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One-hit wonders of genomic instability

Author(s): Strunnikov Alexander
NEK1 Facilitates Cohesin Removal during Mammalian Spermatogenesis

Author(s): Kim Holloway | Elle C. Roberson | Kelly L. Corbett | Nadine K. Kolas | Edward Nieves | Paula E. Cohen
Cohesin in Oocytes—Tough Enough for Mammalian Meiosis?

Author(s): Ekaterina Revenkova | Caroline Adelfalk | Rolf Jessberger
Mechanisms of Ectopic Gene Conversion

Author(s): P.J. Hastings
Genome-Wide Mapping of the Cohesin Complex in the Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Author(s): Glynn Earl F | Megee Paul C | Yu Hong-Guo | Mistrot Cathy | Unal Elcin | Koshland Douglas E | DeRisi Joseph L | Gerton Jennifer L
The Kinetochore Is an Enhancer of Pericentric Cohesin Binding

Author(s): Weber Stewart A | Gerton Jennifer L | Polancic Joan E | DeRisi Joseph L | Koshland Douglas | Megee Paul C
Dissociation of Cohesin from Chromosome Arms and Loss of Arm Cohesion during Early Mitosis Depends on Phosphorylation of SA2

Author(s): Hauf Silke | Roitinger Elisabeth | Koch Birgit | Dittrich Christina M | Mechtler Karl | Peters Jan-Michael
Shugoshin Prevents Dissociation of Cohesin from Centromeres During Mitosis in Vertebrate Cells

Author(s): McGuinness Barry E | Hirota Toru | Kudo Nobuaki R | Peters Jan-Michael | Nasmyth Kim
Securin is not required for chromosomal stability in human cells.

Author(s): Pfleghaar Katrin | Heubes Simone | Cox Jürgen | Stemmann Olaf | Speicher Michael R
Upregulation of meiosis-specific genes in lymphoma cell lines following genotoxic insult and induction of mitotic catastrophe

Author(s): Kalejs Martins | Ivanov Andrey | Plakhins Gregory | Cragg Mark | Emzinsh Dzintars | Illidge Timothy | Erenpreisa Jekaterina
A copula method for modeling directional dependence of genes

Author(s): Kim Jong-Min | Jung Yoon-Sung | Sungur Engin | Han Kap-Hoon | Park Changyi | Sohn Insuk

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