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    1. Hayles, J; Nurse, P
      A journey into space

      NATURE REVIEWS MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY
    2. Bardin, AJ; Amon, A
      Men and sin: What's the difference?

      NATURE REVIEWS MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY
    3. Ayte, J; Schweitzer, C; Zarzov, P; Nurse, P; DeCaprio, JA
      Feedback regulation of the MBF transcription factor by cyclin Cig2

      NATURE CELL BIOLOGY
    4. Morishita, J; Matsusaka, T; Goshima, G; Nakamura, T; Tatebe, H; Yanagida, M
      Bir1/Cut17 moving from chromosome to spindle upon the loss of cohesion is required for condensation, spindle elongation and repair

      GENES TO CELLS
    5. Nanninga, N
      Cytokinesis in prokaryotes and eukaryotes: Common principles and differentsolutions

      MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY REVIEWS
    6. Fischer, JA; McCann, MP; Snetselaar, KM
      Methylation is involved in the Ustilago maydis mating response

      FUNGAL GENETICS AND BIOLOGY
    7. Hendrickson, TW; Yao, J; Bhadury, S; Corbett, AH; Joshi, HC
      Conditional mutations in gamma-tubulin reveal its involvement in chromosome segregation and cytokinesis

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    8. McCollum, D; Gould, KL
      Timing is everything: regulation of mitotic exit and cytokinesis by the MEN and SIN

      TRENDS IN CELL BIOLOGY
    9. Krapp, A; Schmidt, S; Cano, E; Simanis, V
      S-pombe cdc11p, together with sid4p, provides an anchor for septation initiation network proteins on the spindle pole body

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    10. Zimmerly, S; Hausner, G; Wu, XC
      Phylogenetic relationships among group II intron ORFs

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    11. Rhind, N; Russell, P
      Roles of the mitotic inhibitors Wee1 and Mik1 in the G(2) DNA damage and replication checkpoints

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    12. Vas, A; Mok, W; Leatherwood, J
      Control of DNA rereplication via Cdc2 phosphorylation sites in the origin recognition complex

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    13. Steinberg, G; Wedlich-Soldner, R; Brill, M; Schulz, I
      Microtubules in the fungal pathogen Ustilago maydis are highly dynamic anddetermine cell polarity

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    14. Wigge, PA; Kilmartin, JV
      The Ndc80p complex from Saccharomyces cerevisiae contains conserved centromere components and has a function in chromosome segregation

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    15. Le Goff, X; Buvelot, S; Salimova, E; Guerry, F; Schmidt, S; Cueille, N; Cano, E; Simanis, V
      The protein phosphatase 2A B '-regulatory subunit par1p is implicated in regulation of the S-pombe septation initiation network

      FEBS LETTERS
    16. Nabetani, A; Koujin, T; Tsutsumi, C; Haraguchi, T; Hiraoka, Y
      A conserved protein, Nuf2, is implicated in connecting the centromere to the spindle during chromosome segregation: a link between the kinetochore function and the spindle checkpoint

      CHROMOSOMA
    17. Basselin, M; Lipscomb, KJ; Qiu, YH; Kaneshiro, ES
      Transport of aspartic acid, arginine, and tyrosine by the opportunistic protist Pneumocystis carinii

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOMEMBRANES
    18. Basselin, M; Qiu, YH; Lipscomb, KJ; Kaneshiro, ES
      Uptake of the neutral amino acids glutamine, leucine, and serine by Pneumocystis carinii

      ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS
    19. Naqvi, NI; Wong, KCY; Tang, X; Balasubramanian, MK
      Type II myosin regulatory light chain relieves auto-inhibition of myosin-heavy-chain function

      NATURE CELL BIOLOGY
    20. Kondoh, H; Yuasa, T; Yanagida, M
      Mis3 with a conserved RNA binding motif is essential for ribosome biogenesis and implicated in the start of cell growth and S phase checkpoint

      GENES TO CELLS
    21. Cervantes, MD; Farah, JA; Smith, GR
      Meiotic DNA breaks associated with recombination in S. pombe

      MOLECULAR CELL
    22. Forsburg, SL; Hodson, JA
      Mitotic replication initiation proteins are not required for pre-meiotic Sphase

      NATURE GENETICS
    23. Paluh, JL; Nogales, E; Oakley, BR; McDonald, K; Pidoux, AL; Cande, WZ
      A mutation in gamma-tubulin alters microtubule dynamics and organization and is synthetically lethal with the kinesin-like protein Pkl1p

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    24. Takada, S; Shibata, T; Hiraoka, Y; Masuda, H
      Identification of ribonucleotide reductase protein R1 as an activator of microtubule nucleation in Xenopus egg mitotic extracts

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    25. Tournier, S; Millar, JBA
      A role for the START gene-specific transcription factor complex in the inactivation of cyclin B and Cut2 destruction

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    26. Cobbe, N; Heck, MMS
      SMCs in the world of chromosome biology - From prokaryotes to higher eukaryotes

      JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    27. Bureik, M; Rief, N; Drescher, R; Jungbluth, A; Montenarh, M; Wagner, P
      An additional transcript of the cdc25C gene from A431 cells encodes a functional protein

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ONCOLOGY
    28. Sawin, KE
      Cytokinesis: Sid signals septation

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    29. Takanashi, K; Tainaka, H; Kobayashi, K; Yasumori, T; Hosakawa, M; Chiba, K
      CYP2C9 Ile(359) and Leu(359) variants: enzyme kinetic study with seven substrates

      PHARMACOGENETICS
    30. Asaad, NA; Zeng, ZC; Guan, J; Thacker, J; Iliakis, G
      Homologous recombination as a potential target for caffeine radiosensitization in mammalian cells: reduced caffeine radiosensitization in XRCC2 and XRCC3 mutants

      ONCOGENE
    31. Davidson, RC; Moore, TDE; Odom, AR; Heitman, J
      Characterization of the MF alpha pheromone of the human fungal pathogen Cryptococcus neoformans

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    32. Ladds, G; Davis, K; Powner, D; Davey, J
      A temperature-sensitive Krp1 allows in vivo characterization of kexin activation

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    33. Kimura, M; Ishihama, A
      Involvement of multiple subunit-subunit contacts in the assembly of RNA polymerase II

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    34. Tan, Q; Li, X; Sadhale, PP; Miyao, T; Woychik, NA
      Multiple mechanisms of suppression circumvent transcription defects in an RNA polymerase mutant

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    35. Roussel, MR
      An autonomous cell-cycle oscillator involved in the coordination of G1 events

      BIOESSAYS
    36. Ieiri, I; Tainaka, H; Morita, T; Hadama, A; Mamiya, K; Hayashibara, M; Ninomiya, H; Ohmori, S; Kitada, M; Tashiro, N; Higuchi, S; Otsubo, K
      Catalytic activity of three variants (Ile, Leu, and Thr) at amino acid residue 359 in human CYP2C9 gene and simultaneous detection using single-strand conformation polymorphism analysis

      THERAPEUTIC DRUG MONITORING
    37. Graf, R; Brusis, N; Daunderer, C; Euteneuer, U; Hestermann, A; Schliwa, M; Ueda, M
      Comparative structural, molecular, and functional aspects of the Dictyostelium discoideum centrosome

      CENTROSOME IN CELL REPLICATION AND EARLY DEVELOPMENT
    38. Christensen, PU; Bentley, NJ; Martinho, RG; Nielsen, O; Carr, AM
      Mik1 levels accumulate in S phase and may mediate an intrinsic link between S phase and mitosis

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    39. Balasubramanian, MK; McCollum, D; Surana, U
      Tying the knot: linking cytokinesis to the nuclear cycle

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    40. Ikemoto, S; Nakamura, T; Kubo, M; Shimoda, C
      S-pombe sporulation-specific coiled-coil protein Spo15p is localized to the spindle pole body and essential for its modification

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    41. La Goff, X; Motegi, F; Salimova, E; Mabuchi, I; Simanis, V
      The S-pombe rlc1 gene encodes a putative myosin regulatory light chain that binds the type II myosins myo3p and myo2p

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    42. Martinez, P; Ljungdahl, PO
      The SHR3 homologue from S-pombe demonstrates a conserved function of ER packaging chaperones

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    43. Salimova, E; Sohrmann, M; Fournier, N; Simanis, V
      The S-pombe orthologue of the S-cerevisiae mob1 gene is essential and functions in signalling the onset of septum formation

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    44. Okano, S; Kanno, S; Nakajima, S; Yasui, A
      Cellular responses and repair of single-strand breaks introduced by UV damage endonuclease in mammalian cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    45. Paushkin, S; Charroux, B; Abel, L; Perkinson, RA; Pellizzoni, L; Dreyfuss, G
      The survival motor neuron protein of Schizosacharomyces pombe - Conservation of survival motor neuron interaction domains in divergent organisms

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    46. Zilahi, E; Salimova, E; Simanis, V; Sipiczki, M
      The S-pombe sep1 gene encodes a nuclear protein that is required for periodic expression of the cdc15 gene

      FEBS LETTERS
    47. Savinkova, LK; Sokolenko, AA; Rau, VA; Arshinova, TV; Gerasimova, YV; Kudryashova, NV; Godovikova, TS
      Affinity labeling of RNA-polymerase II in the transcriptionally active complex by a phosphorylating analog of the initiation substrate

      BIOCHEMISTRY-MOSCOW
    48. Morsomme, P; Boutry, M
      The plant plasma membrane H+-ATPase: structure, function and regulation

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOMEMBRANES
    49. Takegawa, K
      Role of oligosaccharides in microbial glycoproteins and synthetic methods of neoglycoproteins

      NIPPON NOGEIKAGAKU KAISHI-JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN SOCIETY FOR BIOSCIENCE BIOTECHNOLOGY AND AGROCHEMISTRY
    50. Zhang, YZ; Gould, KL; Dunbrack, RL; Cheng, H; Roder, H; Golemis, EA
      The evolutionarily conserved Dim1 protein defines a novel branch of the thioredoxin fold superfamily

      PHYSIOLOGICAL GENOMICS
    51. Aist, JR; Morris, NR
      Mitosis in filamentous fungi: How we got where we are

      FUNGAL GENETICS AND BIOLOGY
    52. Trachtulec, Z; Forejt, J
      Transcription and RNA processing of mammalian genes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    53. Liu, VF; Bhaumik, D; Wang, TSF
      Mutator phenotype induced by aberrant replication

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    54. Tu, H; Wigler, M
      Genetic evidence for Pak1 autoinhibition and its release by Cdc42

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    55. Sohn, JH; Choi, ES; Kang, HA; Rhee, JS; Agaphonov, MO; Ter-Avanesyan, MD; Rhee, SK
      A dominant selection system designed for copy-number-controlled gene integration in Hansenula polymorpha DL-1

      APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    56. Shpakovskii, GV; Baranova, GM; Wood, V; Gwilliam, RG; Shematorova, EK; Korol'chuk, OL; Lebedenko, EN
      Molecular cloning of some components of the translation apparatus of fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe and a unified list of its cytoplasmic ribosomal proteins

      BIOORGANICHESKAYA KHIMIYA
    57. Shpakovski, GV; Lebedenko, EN
      Molecular evolution and structure of subunits of nuclear RNA polymerases of eukaryotes in context of the exon-intron organization of their genes

      BIOORGANICHESKAYA KHIMIYA
    58. Hiscock, SJ; Kues, U
      Cellular and molecular mechanisms of sexual incompatibility in plants and fungi

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 193
    59. Watanabe, Y; Nurse, P
      Cohesin Rec8 is required for reductional chromosome segregation at meiosis

      NATURE
    60. Dalgaard, LZ; Klar, AJS
      Orientation of DNA replication establishes mating-type switching pattern in S-pombe

      NATURE
    61. Sun, YJ; Dilkes, BP; Zhang, CS; Dante, RA; Carneiro, NP; Lowe, KS; Jung, R; Gordon-Kamm, WJ; Larkins, BA
      Characterization of maize (Zea mays L.) Wee1 and its activity in developing endosperm

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    62. Kim, SM; Huberman, JA
      Influence of a replication enhancer on the hierarchy of origin efficiencies within a cluster of DNA replication origins

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    63. Elagoz, A; Callejo, M; Armstrong, J; Rokeach, LA
      Although calnexin is essential in S-pombe, its highly conserved central domain is dispensable for viability

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    64. Beltraminelli, N; Murone, M; Simanis, V
      The S-pombe zfs1 gene is required to prevent septation if mitotic progression is inhibited

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    65. Daga, RR; Jimenez, J
      Translational control of the Cdc25 cell cycle phosphatase: a molecular mechanism coupling mitosis to cell growth

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    66. Sparks, CA; Morphew, M; McCollum, D
      Sid2p, a spindle pole body kinase that regulates the onset of cytokinesis

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    67. Hurst, ST; Rivier, DH
      Identification of a compound origin of replication at the HMR-E locus in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    68. Rajagopalan, S; Balasubramanian, MK
      S-pombe Pbh1p: an inhibitor of apoptosis domain containing protein is essential for chromosome segregation

      FEBS LETTERS
    69. Hagan, IM; Bridge, AJ; Morphew, M; Bartlett, R
      Cell cycle control and the mitotic spindle

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER
    70. Yoon, JH; Swiderski, PM; Kaplan, BE; Takao, M; Yasui, A; Shen, BH; Pfeifer, GP
      Processing of UV damage in vitro by FEN-1 proteins as part of an alternative DNA excision repair pathway

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    71. RAUDASKOSKI M
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN B-MATING-TYPE GENES AND NUCLEAR MIGRATION INSCHIZOPHYLLUM-COMMUNE

      Fungal genetics and biology (Print)
    72. LADDS G; HUGHES M; DAVEY J
      EXTRACELLULAR DEGRADATION OF AGONISTS AS AN ADAPTIVE MECHANISM

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    73. LOPEZGIRONA A; MONDESERT O; LEATHERWOOD J; RUSSELL P
      NEGATIVE REGULATION OF CDC18 DNA-REPLICATION PROTEIN BY CDC2

      Molecular biology of the cell
    74. JWA M; SONG K
      BYR4, A DOSAGE-DEPENDENT REGULATOR OF CYTOKINESIS IN S-POMBE, INTERACTS WITH A POSSIBLE SMALL GTPASE PATHWAY INCLUDING SPG1 AND CDC16

      Molecules and cells
    75. PETERSEN J; HEITZ MJ; HAGAN IM
      CONJUGATION IN S-POMBE - IDENTIFICATION OF A MICROTUBULE-ORGANIZING CENTER, A REQUIREMENT FOR MICROTUBULES AND A ROLE FOR MAD2

      Current biology
    76. CLARKE L
      CENTROMERES - PROTEINS, PROTEIN COMPLEXES, AND REPEATED DOMAINS AT CENTROMERES OF SIMPLE EUKARYOTES

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    77. ISHII C; NAKAMURA K; INOUE H
      A NEW UV-SENSITIVE MUTANT THAT SUGGESTS A 2ND EXCISION-REPAIR PATHWAYIN NEUROSPORA-CRASSA

      Mutation research. DNA repair
    78. GALLMETZER M; MULLER B; BURGSTALLER W
      NET EFFLUX OF CITRATE IN PENICILLIUM-SIMPLICISSIMUM IS MEDIATED BY A TRANSPORT PROTEIN

      Archives of microbiology
    79. YASUI A; MCCREADY SJ
      ALTERNATIVE REPAIR PATHWAYS FOR UV-INDUCED DNA-DAMAGE

      BioEssays
    80. BENITO J; MARTINCASTELLANOS C; MORENO S
      REGULATION OF THE G(1) PHASE OF THE CELL-CYCLE BY PERIODIC STABILIZATION AND DEGRADATION OF THE P25(RUM1) CDK INHIBITOR

      EMBO journal
    81. BAUM B; NISHITANI H; YANOW S; NURSE P
      CDC18 TRANSCRIPTION AND PROTEOLYSIS COUPLE S-PHASE TO PASSAGE THROUGHMITOSIS

      EMBO journal (Print)
    82. KNOP M; SCHIEBEL E
      RECEPTORS DETERMINE THE CELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF A GAMMA-TUBULIN COMPLEX AND THEREBY THE SITE OF MICROTUBULE FORMATION

      EMBO journal (Print)
    83. OKADA H; TADA K; SEKIYA T; YOKOYAMA K; TAKAHASHI A; TOHDA H; KUMAGAI H; MORIKAWA Y
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION AND HETEROLOGOUS EXPRESSION OF THE GENE ENCODING A LOW-MOLECULAR-MASS ENDOGLUCANASE FROM TRICHODERMA-REESEI QM9414

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    84. Woychik, NA
      Fractions to functions: RNA polymerase II thirty years later

      COLD SPRING HARBOR SYMPOSIA ON QUANTITATIVE BIOLOGY
    85. MILLER JT; JACKSON SA; NASUDA S; GILL BS; WING RA; JIANG J
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A CENTROMERE-SPECIFIC REPETITIVE DNA ELEMENT FROM SORGHUM-BICOLOR

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    86. DONG FG; MILLER JT; JACKSON SA; WANG GL; RONALD PC; JIANG JM
      RICE (ORYZA-SATIVA) CENTROMERIC REGIONS CONSIST OF COMPLEX DNA

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    87. Forget, J; Yao, XJ; Mercier, J; Cohen, EA
      Human immunodeficiency virus type 1 Vpr protein transactivation function: Mechanism and identification of domains involved

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    88. DRUMMOND DR; HAGAN IM
      MUTATIONS IN THE BIMC BOX OF CUT7 INDICATE DIVERGENCE OF REGULATION WITHIN THE BIMC FAMILY OF KINESIN-RELATED PROTEINS

      Journal of Cell Science
    89. HE XW; JONES MH; WINEY M; SAZER S
      MPH1, A MEMBER OF THE MPS1-LIKE FAMILY OF DUAL-SPECIFICITY PROTEIN-KINASES, IS REQUIRED FOR THE SPINDLE CHECKPOINT IN S-POMBE

      Journal of Cell Science
    90. OCONNELL KF; LEYS CM; WHITE JG
      A GENETIC SCREEN FOR TEMPERATURE-SENSITIVE CELL-DIVISION MUTANTS OF CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS

      Genetics
    91. DAVID SS; WILIAMS SD
      CHEMISTRY OF GLYCOSYLASES AND ENDONUCLEASES INVOLVED IN BASE-EXCISIONREPAIR

      Chemical reviews
    92. BAUMAN P; CHENG QC; ALBRIGHT CF
      THE BYR2 KINASE TRANSLOCATES TO THE PLASMA-MEMBRANE IN A RAS1-DEPENDENT MANNER

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    93. GALLI I; UCHIYAMA M; WANG TSF
      DNA-REPLICATION AND ORDER OF CELL-CYCLE EVENTS - A ROLE FOR PROTEIN ISOPRENYLATION

      Biological chemistry
    94. HINDGES R; HUBSCHER U
      DNA-POLYMERASE-DELTA, AN ESSENTIAL ENZYME FOR DNA TRANSACTIONS

      Biological chemistry
    95. ALEKSENKO A; CLUTTERBUCK AJ
      AUTONOMOUS PLASMID REPLICATION IN ASPERGILLUS-NIDULANS - AMA1 AND MATE ELEMENTS

      Fungal genetics and biology
    96. CONNOLLY T; CALIGIURI M; BEACH D
      THE CDC2 PROTEIN-KINASE CONTROLS CDC10 SCT1 COMPLEX-FORMATION/

      Molecular biology of the cell
    97. CALIGIURI M; CONNOLLY T; BEACH D
      RAN1 FUNCTIONS TO CONTROL THE CDC10 SCT1 COMPLEX THROUGH PUC1/

      Molecular biology of the cell
    98. YAMAGUCHI S; MURAKAMI H; OKAYAMA H
      A WD REPEAT PROTEIN CONTROLS THE CELL-CYCLE AND DIFFERENTIATION BY NEGATIVELY REGULATING CDC2 B-TYPE CYCLIN COMPLEXES

      Molecular biology of the cell
    99. CLYNE RK; KELLY TJ
      IDENTIFICATION OF AUTONOMOUSLY REPLICATING SEQUENCE (ARS) ELEMENTS INEUKARYOTIC CELLS

      Methods
    100. XU RM; KOCH C; LIU Y; HORTON JR; KNAPP D; NASMYTH K; CHENG XD
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF THE DNA-BINDING DOMAIN OF MBP1, A TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR IMPORTANT IN CELL-CYCLE CONTROL OF DNA-SYNTHESIS

      Structure


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