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The First Mitotic Division of the Human Embryo is Highly Error-prone

Emma Ford, Cerys E. Currie, Deborah M. Taylor, et al.



Selected by Grace Lim

The mitotic protein NuMA plays a spindle-independent role in nuclear formation and mechanics

Andrea Serra-Marques, Ronja Houtekamer, Dorine Hintzen, et al.

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NuMA interaction with chromatin is vital for proper nuclear architecture in human cells

Ashwathi Rajeevan, Riya Keshri, Sachin Kotak



Selected by Gautam Dey

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kinetochore protein Spindly controls microtubule polarity in Drosophila axons

Urko del Castillo, Hans-Arno J. Müller, Vladimir I. Gelfand



Selected by Mafalda Pimentel

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PP1 and PP2A use opposite phospho-dependencies to control distinct processes at the kinetochore

Richard J Smith, Marilia H Cordeiro, Norman E Davey, et al.



Selected by Angika Basant

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Contractile acto-myosin network on nuclear envelope remnants positions human chromosomes for mitosis

Alexander JR Booth, Zuojun Yue, John K Eykelenboom, et al.



Selected by Alyson Smith

Molecular determinants of the Ska-Ndc80 interaction and their influence on microtubule tracking and force-coupling

Pim J. Huis in 't Veld, Vladimir A. Volkov, Isabelle Stender, et al.



Selected by Yasmin Lau

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The spindle assembly checkpoint functions during early development in non-chordate embryos

Janet Chenevert, Marianne Roca, Lydia Besnardeau, et al.



Selected by Maiko Kitaoka

Central spindle microtubules are strongly coupled to chromosomes during both anaphase A and anaphase B

Che-Hang Yu, Stefanie Redemann, Hai-Yin Wu, et al.



Selected by Federico Pelisch

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The modular mechanism of chromocenter formation in Drosophila

Madhav Jagannathan, Ryan Cummings, Yukiko M Yamashita



Selected by Maiko Kitaoka

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Drosophila kinesin-8 stabilises kinetochore-microtubule interaction

Tomoya Edzuka, Gohta Goshima



Selected by Ben Craske, Gaetan Dias Mirandela, Thibault Legal and Toni McHugh

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Tension on kinetochore substrates is insufficient to prevent Aurora-triggered detachment

Anna K de Regt, Charles L Asbury, Sue Biggins



Selected by Angika Basant

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EFFECTORS OF THE SPINDLE ASSEMBLY CHECKPOINT BUT NOT THE MITOTIC EXIT NETWORK ARE CONFINED WITHIN THE NUCLEUS OF SACCHAROMYCES CEREVISIAE

Lydia R Heasley, Jennifer G DeLuca, Steven M Markus



Selected by Hiral Shah
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