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Research | September 19, 2019
Spatio-temporal control of DNA replication by the pneumococcal cell cycle regulator CcrZ
Clement Gallay, Clement Gallay, Stefano Sanselicio, Mary E. Anderson, Young Min Soh, Xue Liu, Gro A. Stamsås, Simone Pelliciari, Renske van Raaphorst, Morten Kjos, Heath Murray, Stephan Gruber, Alan D. Grossman and Jan-Willem Veening
Published in bioRxiv


Research | 21 June 2019
Identification of HIV transmitting CD11c+ human epidermal dendritic cells
Kirstie M. Bertram, Rachel A. Botting[…]Andrew N. Harman
Nature Communications 10 , 1–15

Research | 14 June 2019
NDP52 tunes cortical actin interaction with astral microtubules for accurate spindle orientation
Huijuan Yu, Fengrui Yang[…]Xuebiao Yao
Cell Research , 1–14

Research | 24 May 2019
The cell-wide web coordinates cellular processes by directing site-specific Ca2+ flux across cytoplasmic nanocourses
Jingxian Duan, Jorge Navarro-Dorado[…]A. Mark Evans
Nature Communications 10 , 1–12

Research | 24 September 2018
Genome-wide screening of NEAT1 regulators reveals cross-regulation between paraspeckles and mitochondria
Yang Wang, Shi-Bin Hu[…]Ling-Ling Chen
Nature Cell Biology 20 , 1145–1158

Research | 19 June 2019
PTPN21 and Hook3 relieve KIF1C autoinhibition and activate intracellular transport
Nida Siddiqui, Alexander James Zwetsloot[…]Anne Straube
Nature Communications 10 , 1–16

Research | 14 June 2019
BubR1 phosphorylates CENP-E as a switch enabling the transition from lateral association to end-on capture of spindle microtubules
Yuejia Huang, Lin Lin[…]Xuebiao Yao
Cell Research , 1–17

Protocols | 8 April 2019
RNase A treatment and reconstitution with DNA damage response RNA in living cells as a tool to study the role of non-coding RNA in the formation of DNA damage response foci
Flavia Michelini, Francesca Rossiello[…]Sofia Francia
Nature Protocols 14 , 1489–1508

Research | 8 February 2018
Epothilone B Speeds Corneal Nerve Regrowth and Functional Recovery through Microtubule Stabilization and Increased Nerve Beading
Hanqing Wang, Chengju Xiao[…]Zhijie Li
Scientific Reports 8 , 1–14

Research | 11 March 2019
AMPK-mediated activation of MCU stimulates mitochondrial Ca2+ entry to promote mitotic progression
Haixin Zhao, Teng Li[…]Xin Pan
Nature Cell Biology 21 , 476–486

Research | 29 May 2019
Atypical function of a centrosomal module in WNT signalling drives contextual cancer cell motility
Yi Luo, Miriam Barrios-Rodiles[…]Laurence Pelletier
Nature Communications 10 , 1–20

Research | 24 June 2019
Structural basis of tubulin detyrosination by vasohibins
Faxiang Li, Yingjie Hu[…]Hongtao Yu
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology , 1–9

Research | 24 June 2019
Long-term implant fibrosis prevention in rodents and non-human primates using crystallized drug formulations
Shady Farah, Joshua C. Doloff[…]Daniel G. Anderson
Nature Materials , 1–13

Research | 17 June 2019
Sensory lesioning induces microglial synapse elimination via ADAM10 and fractalkine signaling
Georgia Gunner, Lucas Cheadle[…]Dorothy P. Schafer
Nature Neuroscience 22 , 1075–1088

Research | 15 May 2018
Homotypic endothelial nanotubes induced by wheat germ agglutinin and thrombin
Lucia Pedicini, Katarina T. Miteva[…]Lynn McKeown
Scientific Reports 8 , 1–12

Research | 30 January 2018
c-Src activity is differentially required by cancer cell motility modes
Jeremy S. Logue, Alexander X. Cartagena-Rivera & Richard S. Chadwick
Oncogene 37 , 2104–2121

Research | 16 January 2019
A conserved dimer interface connects ERH and YTH family proteins to promote gene silencing
Guodong Xie, Tommy V. Vo[…]Shiv I. S. Grewal
Nature Communications 10 , 1–15

Research | 6 March 2017
The tetrameric kinesin Kif25 suppresses pre-mitotic centrosome separation to establish proper spindle orientation
Justin Decarreau, Michael Wagenbach[…]Linda Wordeman
Nature Cell Biology 19 , 384–390

Research | 31 January 2017
A new model of sperm nuclear architecture following assessment of the organization of centromeres and telomeres in three-dimensions
…capture images in 3D using DeltaVision (Applied Precision, WA,… …using the same standard settings (DeltaVision – SoftWoRx -V 5….
Dimitrios Ioannou, Nicole M. Millan[…]Helen G. Tempest
Scientific Reports 7

Research | 23 April 2019
Oscillatory cAMP cell-cell signalling persists during multicellular Dictyostelium development
Gail Singer, Tsuyoshi Araki & Cornelis J. Weijer
Communications Biology 2 , 1–12

Research | 25 January 2017
Survival rate of eukaryotic cells following electrophoretic nanoinjection
…was carried out with a DeltaVision Elite Imaging System (GE…
Matthias Simonis, Wolfgang Hübner[…]Simon Hennig
Scientific Reports 7

Research | 22 April 2019
Long-range interactions between topologically associating domains shape the four-dimensional genome during differentiation
Jonas Paulsen, Tharvesh M. Liyakat Ali[…]Philippe Collas
Nature Genetics 51 , 835–843

Research | 3 June 2019
Loss of PICH promotes chromosome instability and cell death in triple-negative breast cancer
Yan Huang, Wanjin Li[…]Tao Zhou
Cell Death & Disease 10 , 1–13

Research | 3 June 2019
DNA replication acts as an error correction mechanism to maintain centromere identity by restricting CENP-A to centromeres
Yael Nechemia-Arbely, Karen H. Miga[…]Don W. Cleveland
Nature Cell Biology 21 , 743–754

Research | 4 March 2019
Chromosome segregation errors generate a diverse spectrum of simple and complex genomic rearrangements
Peter Ly, Simon F. Brunner[…]Don W. Cleveland
Nature Genetics 51 , 705–715

Research | 28 May 2019
SORLA regulates endosomal trafficking and oncogenic fitness of HER2
Mika Pietilä, Pranshu Sahgal[…]Johanna Ivaska
Nature Communications 10 , 1–16

Research | 27 May 2019
The bipartite TAD organization of the X-inactivation center ensures opposing developmental regulation of Tsix and Xist
Joke G. van Bemmel, Rafael Galupa[…]Edith Heard
Nature Genetics 51 , 1024–1034

Research | 27 May 2019
Heterogeneous GM-CSF signaling in macrophages is associated with control of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Bryan D. Bryson, Tracy R. Rosebrock[…]Sarah M. Fortune
Nature Communications 10 , 1–11

Research | 1 April 2019
Mitotic regulators and the SHP2-MAPK pathway promote IR endocytosis and feedback regulation of insulin signaling
Eunhee Choi, Sotaro Kikuchi[…]Hongtao Yu
Nature Communications 10 , 1–17

Research | 23 November 2017
The responses of cancer cells to PLK1 inhibitors reveal a novel protective role for p53 in maintaining centrosome separation
Linda Smith, Raed Farzan[…]David W. Meek
Scientific Reports 7 , 1–12

Research | 8 September 2017
Transcription factors NRF2 and HSF1 have opposing functions in autophagy
Sharadha Dayalan Naidu, Dina Dikovskaya[…]Albena T. Dinkova-Kostova
Scientific Reports 7 , 1–12

Research | 20 May 2019
A bacterial effector deubiquitinase specifically hydrolyses linear ubiquitin chains to inhibit host inflammatory signalling
Muyang Wan, Xiaofei Wang[…]Yongqun Zhu
Nature Microbiology , 1–12

Research | 23 April 2019
Nuclear membrane protein Lem2 regulates nuclear size through membrane flow
Kazunori Kume, Helena Cantwell[…]Paul Nurse
Nature Communications 10 , 1–8

Research | 11 March 2019
Molecular architecture of a cylindrical self-assembly at human centrosomes
Tae-Sung Kim, Liang Zhang[…]Kyung S. Lee
Nature Communications 10 , 1–15

Research | 14 May 2019
Kinesin-6 Klp9 plays motor-dependent and -independent roles in collaboration with Kinesin-5 Cut7 and the microtubule crosslinker Ase1 in fission yeast
Masashi Yukawa, Masaki Okazaki[…]Takashi Toda
Scientific Reports 9 , 1–15