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Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute University of Cambridge Li Ka Shing Centre Robinson Way Cambridge CB2 0RE

A high-content RNAi screen reveals multiple roles for long noncoding RNAs in cell division.

E-pub date: 31 Mar 2020

Centriolar satellites are acentriolar assemblies of centrosomal proteins.

E-pub date: 31 May 2019

Anti-mitotic therapies in cancer.

E-pub date: 30 Nov 2018

Specificity of RNAi, LNA and CRISPRi as loss-of-function methods in transcriptional analysis.

E-pub date: 01 Jun 2018

Disease-Associated Mutations in CEP120 Destabilize the Protein and Impair Ciliogenesis.

E-pub date: 29 May 2018

Mitotic spindle association of TACC3 requires Aurora-A-dependent stabilization of a cryptic α-helix.

E-pub date: 13 Apr 2018

Neurodevelopmental protein Musashi-1 interacts with the Zika genome and promotes viral replication.

E-pub date: 07 Jul 2017

Fanni Gergely: Exploring centrosome biology.

E-pub date: 31 Oct 2016

A CEP215-HSET complex links centrosomes with spindle poles and drives centrosome clustering in cancer.

E-pub date: 18 Mar 2016

Transcriptional silencing of long noncoding RNA GNG12-AS1 uncouples its transcriptional and product-related functions.

E-pub date: 02 Feb 2016

Hitting the brakes: targeting microtubule motors in cancer.

E-pub date: 01 Sep 2015

Tackling centrosome biology through gene targeting in chicken B cells.

E-pub date: 31 Aug 2015

Aurora-A-Dependent Control of TACC3 Influences the Rate of Mitotic Spindle Assembly.

E-pub date: 31 Jul 2015

Centrosomes and mitotic spindle poles: a recent liaison?

E-pub date: 01 Feb 2015

Small organelle, big responsibility: the role of centrosomes in development and disease.

E-pub date: 05 Sep 2014

Loss of centrioles causes chromosomal instability in vertebrate somatic cells.

E-pub date: 09 Dec 2013

Design, synthesis, and biological evaluation of an allosteric inhibitor of HSET that targets cancer cells with supernumerary centrosomes.

E-pub date: 21 Nov 2013

Cilia born out of shock and stress.

E-pub date: 31 Oct 2013

Abnormal centrosomal structure and duplication in Cep135-deficient vertebrate cells.

E-pub date: 01 Sep 2013

Disruption of mouse Cenpj, a regulator of centriole biogenesis, phenocopies Seckel syndrome.

E-pub date: 31 Aug 2012

Casein kinase I delta controls centrosome positioning during T cell activation.

E-pub date: 28 Nov 2011

A primary microcephaly protein complex forms a ring around parental centrioles.

E-pub date: 09 Oct 2011

The essential role of centrosomal NDE1 in human cerebral cortex neurogenesis.

E-pub date: 13 May 2011

WDR62 is associated with the spindle pole and is mutated in human microcephaly.

E-pub date: 01 Nov 2010

CDK5RAP2 functions in centrosome to spindle pole attachment and DNA damage response.

E-pub date: 05 Apr 2010

Ana3 is a conserved protein required for the structural integrity of centrioles and basal bodies.

E-pub date: 02 Nov 2009

INPP5E mutations cause primary cilium signaling defects, ciliary instability and ciliopathies in human and mouse.

E-pub date: 01 Sep 2009

Knock-in and knock-out: the use of reverse genetics in somatic cells to dissect mitotic pathways.

E-pub date: 31 Aug 2009

Centrosome function in cancer: guilty or innocent?

E-pub date: 31 Jul 2009

MCAK-independent functions of ch-Tog/XMAP215 in microtubule plus-end dynamics.

E-pub date: 31 Dec 2008

Mitosis: Cdh1 clears the way for anaphase spindle assembly.

E-pub date: 11 Nov 2008

Multiple centrosomes: together they stand, divided they fall.

E-pub date: 01 Sep 2008

Loss of Rassf1a cooperates with Apc(Min) to accelerate intestinal tumourigenesis.

E-pub date: 24 Jul 2008

Aurora-A: the maker and breaker of spindle poles.

E-pub date: 01 Sep 2007

Targeting and retention of type 1 ryanodine receptors to the endoplasmic reticulum.

E-pub date: 10 Aug 2007

Hsp90 is required to localise cyclin B and Msps/ch-TOG to the mitotic spindle in Drosophila and humans.

E-pub date: 01 Apr 2007

BRCA1-independent ubiquitination of FANCD2.

E-pub date: 01 Jul 2003

The mago nashi gene is required for the polarisation of the oocyte and the formation of perpendicular axes in Drosophila.

E-pub date: 30 Jun 1997

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