These tools will no longer be maintained as of December 31, 2024. Archived website can be found here. PubMed4Hh GitHub repository can be found here. Contact NLM Customer Service if you have questions.


Molecular Biopsy of Human Tumors

- a resource for Precision Medicine *

441 related articles for article (PubMed ID: 11882285)

  • 1. Requirement of chromatid cohesion proteins rad21/scc1 and mis4/scc2 for normal spindle-kinetochore interaction in fission yeast.
    Toyoda Y; Furuya K; Goshima G; Nagao K; Takahashi K; Yanagida M
    Curr Biol; 2002 Mar; 12(5):347-58. PubMed ID: 11882285
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 2. M phase-specific kinetochore proteins in fission yeast: microtubule-associating Dis1 and Mtc1 display rapid separation and segregation during anaphase.
    Nakaseko Y; Goshima G; Morishita J; Yanagida M
    Curr Biol; 2001 Apr; 11(8):537-49. PubMed ID: 11369198
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 3. Cohesins determine the attachment manner of kinetochores to spindle microtubules at meiosis I in fission yeast.
    Yokobayashi S; Yamamoto M; Watanabe Y
    Mol Cell Biol; 2003 Jun; 23(11):3965-73. PubMed ID: 12748297
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 4. Faithful anaphase is ensured by Mis4, a sister chromatid cohesion molecule required in S phase and not destroyed in G1 phase.
    Furuya K; Takahashi K; Yanagida M
    Genes Dev; 1998 Nov; 12(21):3408-18. PubMed ID: 9808627
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 5. Control of localization of a spindle checkpoint protein, Mad2, in fission yeast.
    Ikui AE; Furuya K; Yanagida M; Matsumoto T
    J Cell Sci; 2002 Apr; 115(Pt 8):1603-10. PubMed ID: 11950879
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 6. Spindle checkpoint signaling requires the mis6 kinetochore subcomplex, which interacts with mad2 and mitotic spindles.
    Saitoh S; Ishii K; Kobayashi Y; Takahashi K
    Mol Biol Cell; 2005 Aug; 16(8):3666-77. PubMed ID: 15930132
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 7. Bir1/Cut17 moving from chromosome to spindle upon the loss of cohesion is required for condensation, spindle elongation and repair.
    Morishita J; Matsusaka T; Goshima G; Nakamura T; Tatebe H; Yanagida M
    Genes Cells; 2001 Sep; 6(9):743-63. PubMed ID: 11554922
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 8. Dynein participates in chromosome segregation in fission yeast.
    Courtheoux T; Gay G; Reyes C; Goldstone S; Gachet Y; Tournier S
    Biol Cell; 2007 Nov; 99(11):627-37. PubMed ID: 17561805
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 9. Coordinated requirements of human topo II and cohesin for metaphase centromere alignment under Mad2-dependent spindle checkpoint surveillance.
    Toyoda Y; Yanagida M
    Mol Biol Cell; 2006 May; 17(5):2287-302. PubMed ID: 16510521
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 10. Characterization of fission yeast cohesin: essential anaphase proteolysis of Rad21 phosphorylated in the S phase.
    Tomonaga T; Nagao K; Kawasaki Y; Furuya K; Murakami A; Morishita J; Yuasa T; Sutani T; Kearsey SE; Uhlmann F; Nasmyth K; Yanagida M
    Genes Dev; 2000 Nov; 14(21):2757-70. PubMed ID: 11069892
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 11. Disruption of astral microtubule contact with the cell cortex activates a Bub1, Bub3, and Mad3-dependent checkpoint in fission yeast.
    Tournier S; Gachet Y; Buck V; Hyams JS; Millar JB
    Mol Biol Cell; 2004 Jul; 15(7):3345-56. PubMed ID: 15146064
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 12. Dual regulation of Mad2 localization on kinetochores by Bub1 and Dam1/DASH that ensure proper spindle interaction.
    Saitoh S; Kobayashi Y; Ogiyama Y; Takahashi K
    Mol Biol Cell; 2008 Sep; 19(9):3885-97. PubMed ID: 18632983
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 13. Cohesin defects lead to premature sister chromatid separation, kinetochore dysfunction, and spindle-assembly checkpoint activation.
    Hoque MT; Ishikawa F
    J Biol Chem; 2002 Nov; 277(44):42306-14. PubMed ID: 12200439
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 14. Novel mad2 alleles isolated in a Schizosaccharomyces pombe gamma-tubulin mutant are defective in metaphase arrest activity, but remain functional for chromosome stability in unperturbed mitosis.
    Tange Y; Niwa O
    Genetics; 2007 Apr; 175(4):1571-84. PubMed ID: 17277378
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 15. p93dis1, which is required for sister chromatid separation, is a novel microtubule and spindle pole body-associating protein phosphorylated at the Cdc2 target sites.
    Nabeshima K; Kurooka H; Takeuchi M; Kinoshita K; Nakaseko Y; Yanagida M
    Genes Dev; 1995 Jul; 9(13):1572-85. PubMed ID: 7628693
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 16. Functional characterization of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae protein Chl1 reveals the role of sister chromatid cohesion in the maintenance of spindle length during S-phase arrest.
    Laha S; Das SP; Hajra S; Sanyal K; Sinha P
    BMC Genet; 2011 Sep; 12():83. PubMed ID: 21943249
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 17. Fission yeast Bub1 is essential in setting up the meiotic pattern of chromosome segregation.
    Bernard P; Maure JF; Javerzat JP
    Nat Cell Biol; 2001 May; 3(5):522-6. PubMed ID: 11331883
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 18. The fission yeast DASH complex is essential for satisfying the spindle assembly checkpoint induced by defects in the inner-kinetochore proteins.
    Kobayashi Y; Saitoh S; Ogiyama Y; Soejima S; Takahashi K
    Genes Cells; 2007 Mar; 12(3):311-28. PubMed ID: 17352737
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 19. BubR1 is essential for kinetochore localization of other spindle checkpoint proteins and its phosphorylation requires Mad1.
    Chen RH
    J Cell Biol; 2002 Aug; 158(3):487-96. PubMed ID: 12163471
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

  • 20. Fission yeast Mad3p is required for Mad2p to inhibit the anaphase-promoting complex and localizes to kinetochores in a Bub1p-, Bub3p-, and Mph1p-dependent manner.
    Millband DN; Hardwick KG
    Mol Cell Biol; 2002 Apr; 22(8):2728-42. PubMed ID: 11909965
    [TBL] [Abstract][Full Text] [Related]  

    [Next]    [New Search]
    of 23.