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  1. The transition from mitotic cell division to meiotic development in S. cerevisiae requires induction of a transient transcription program that is initiated by Ime1-dependent destruction of the repressor Ume6. Alt...

    Authors: Stephen J. Kim and Randy Strich
    Citation: Cell Division 2016 11:10

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Cell Division 2017 12:5

  2. Cullin-RING ligases (CRLs), the largest E3 ubiquitin ligase family, promote ubiquitination and degradation of various cellular key regulators involved in a broad array of physiological and pathological process...

    Authors: Danrui Cui, Xiufang Xiong and Yongchao Zhao
    Citation: Cell Division 2016 11:8
  3. TBX3, a member of the T-box family of transcription factors, is essential in development and has emerged as an important player in the oncogenic process. TBX3 is overexpressed in several cancers and has been s...

    Authors: Tarryn Willmer, Shannagh Hare, Jade Peres and Sharon Prince
    Citation: Cell Division 2016 11:6
  4. PTMs (posttranslational modifications) such as ubiquitylation, sumoylation, acetylation and protein methylation are pivotal modifiers that determine the activation, deactivation or subcellular localization of ...

    Authors: Mingjing He, Zhuan Zhou, Anil A. Shah, Yang Hong, Qianming Chen and Yong Wan
    Citation: Cell Division 2016 11:4
  5. The suppressor of cytokine signaling (SOCS) box consists of the BC box and the cullin 5 (Cul5) box, which interact with Elongin BC and Cul5, respectively. SOCS box-containing proteins have ubiquitin ligase act...

    Authors: Fumihiko Okumura, Akiko Joo-Okumura, Kunio Nakatsukasa and Takumi Kamura
    Citation: Cell Division 2016 11:1
  6. Curcumin has long been known to posses medicinal properties and recent scientific studies have shown its efficacy in treating cancer. Curcumin is now considered to be a promising anti-cancer agent and studies ...

    Authors: Sayantan Bose, Abir Kumar Panda, Shravanti Mukherjee and Gaurisankar Sa
    Citation: Cell Division 2015 10:6
  7. Cullin-RING ubiquitin ligases (CRLs) are regulated by neddylation, which is a post translation modification of the Cullin family proteins. Neddylation of Cul1 activates the ligase through some means of biochem...

    Authors: Gil Bornstein and Chagai Grossman
    Citation: Cell Division 2015 10:5
  8. The ubiquitin family member Sumo has important functions in many cellular processes including DNA repair, transcription and cell division. Numerous studies have shown that Sumo is essential for maintaining cel...

    Authors: Jorrit M. Enserink
    Citation: Cell Division 2015 10:4
  9. The cyclin E oncogene activates CDK2 to drive cells from G1 to S phase of the cell cycle to commence DNA replication. It coordinates essential cellular functions with the cell cycle including histone biogenesis, ...

    Authors: Samuel Rogers, Brian S Gloss, Christine S Lee, Claudio Marcelo Sergio, Marcel E Dinger, Elizabeth A Musgrove, Andrew Burgess and Catherine Elizabeth Caldon
    Citation: Cell Division 2015 10:1
  10. Heterochromatin protein 1 (HP1) is important in the establishment, propagation, and maintenance of constitutive heterochromatin, especially at the pericentromeric region. HP1 might participate in recruiting an...

    Authors: Rodrigo González-Barrios, Ernesto Soto-Reyes, Ricardo Quiroz-Baez, Eunice Fabián-Morales, José Díaz-Chávez, Victor del Castillo, Julia Mendoza, Alejandro López-Saavedra, Clementina Castro and Luis A Herrera
    Citation: Cell Division 2014 9:6
  11. Recent experiments revealing nanoscale electrostatic force generation at kinetochores for chromosome motions have prompted models for interactions between positively charged molecules in kinetochores and negat...

    Authors: Lucian John Gagliardi and Daniel H Shain
    Citation: Cell Division 2014 9:5
  12. The S-phase checkpoint aims to prevent cells from generation of extensive single-stranded DNA that predisposes to genome instability. The S. cerevisiae complex Tof1/Csm3/Mrc1 acts to restrain the replicative MCM ...

    Authors: Sonya Dimitrova Uzunova, Alexander Stefanov Zarkov, Anna Marianova Ivanova, Stoyno Stefanov Stoynov and Marina Nedelcheva Nedelcheva-Veleva
    Citation: Cell Division 2014 9:4
  13. Centrosome amplification (CA) amongst particular breast cancer subtypes (Her2+ subtype) is associated with genomic instability and aggressive tumor phenotypes. However, changes in signaling pathways associated...

    Authors: Mi-Young Lee, Mihaela Marina, Jamie L King and Harold I Saavedra
    Citation: Cell Division 2014 9:3
  14. Smurf2 is a member of the HECT family of E3 ubiquitin ligases that play important roles in determining the competence of cells to respond to TGF- β/BMP signaling pathway. However, besides TGF-β/BMP pathway, Sm...

    Authors: Diana David, Sankar Jagadeeshan, Ramkumar Hariharan, Asha Sivakumari Nair and Radhakrishna Madhavan Pillai
    Citation: Cell Division 2014 9:2
  15. Chk1 both arrests replication forks and enhances repair of DNA damage by phosphorylation of downstream effectors. Metnase (also termed SETMAR) is a SET histone methylase and transposase nuclease protein that p...

    Authors: Elizabeth A Williamson, Yuehan Wu, Sudha Singh, Michael Byrne, Justin Wray, Suk-Hee Lee, Jac A Nickoloff and Robert Hromas
    Citation: Cell Division 2014 9:1
  16. CSN6 is one subunit of the constitutive photomorphogenesis 9 (COP9) signalosome (CSN), which is an evolutionarily conserved multiprotein complex found in plants and animals and originally described as a repres...

    Authors: Shang-Nuan Zhang, Dong-Sheng Pei and Jun-Nian Zheng
    Citation: Cell Division 2013 8:14
  17. We previously reported that a pool of low molecular weight peptides can be extracted by alkali treatment of DNA preparations obtained from prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells after intensive deproteinization. Thi...

    Authors: Loretta Mancinelli, Teresa Secca, Paula M De Angelis, Francesco Mancini, Matteo Marchesini, Cristiano Marinelli, Lanfranco Barberini and Francesco Grignani
    Citation: Cell Division 2013 8:11
  18. The discovery of molecular markers associated with various breast cancer subtypes has greatly improved the treatment and outcome of breast cancer patients. Unfortunately, breast cancer cells acquire resistance...

    Authors: Katie R Hagen, Xiangbin Zeng, Mi-Young Lee, Shannon Tucker Kahn, Mary Kathryn Harrison Pitner, Sandra S Zaky, Yuan Liu, Ruth M O’Regan, Xingming Deng and Harold I Saavedra
    Citation: Cell Division 2013 8:10
  19. The execution of meiotic nuclear divisions in S. cerevisiae is regulated by protein degradation mediated by the anaphase promoting complex/cyclosome (APC/C) ubiquitin ligase. The correct timing of APC/C activity ...

    Authors: Grace S Tan, Rebecca Lewandowski, Michael J Mallory, Randy Strich and Katrina F Cooper
    Citation: Cell Division 2013 8:9
  20. The liver has a remarkable capacity to regenerate. Even with surgical removal (partial hepatectomy) of 70% of liver mass, the remnant tissue grows to recover the original mass and functions. Liver regeneration...

    Authors: Yuichiro Miyaoka and Atsushi Miyajima
    Citation: Cell Division 2013 8:8
  21. Centrosomes function primarily as microtubule-organizing centres and play a crucial role during mitosis by organizing the bipolar spindle. In addition to this function, centrosomes act as reaction centers wher...

    Authors: Guillaume Chouinard, Isabelle Clément, Julie Lafontaine, Francis Rodier and Estelle Schmitt
    Citation: Cell Division 2013 8:7
  22. The yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe is frequently used as a model for studying the cell cycle. The cells are rod-shaped and divide by medial fission. The process of cell division, or cytokinesis, is controlled by...

    Authors: Daniel Schmitter, Paulina Wachowicz, Daniel Sage, Anastasia Chasapi, Ioannis Xenarios, Viesturs Simanis and Michael Unser
    Citation: Cell Division 2013 8:6
  23. Cell division is positively regulated by cyclin-dependent kinases (CDKs) partnered with cyclins and negatively regulated by CDK inhibitors. In the frog, Xenopus laevis, three types of CDK inhibitors have been des...

    Authors: Xi-Ning Zhu, Dong Hyun Kim, Horng-Ru Lin, Varija N Budhavarapu, Herbert B Rosenbaum, Paul R Mueller and P Renee Yew
    Citation: Cell Division 2013 8:5
  24. During mitosis most nucleolar proteins redistribute to other locales providing an opportunity to study the relationship between nucleolar protein localization and function. Dictyostelium is a model organism for t...

    Authors: Andrew Catalano and Danton H O’Day
    Citation: Cell Division 2013 8:4
  25. Proteins of the BTB-kelch family are known to be involved in multiple biological processes such as migration, cytoskeleton arrangement, regulation of cell morphology, protein ubiquitination and gene expression...

    Authors: Sandra Lührig, Susanne Kolb, Nadine Mellies and Jessica Nolte
    Citation: Cell Division 2013 8:3
  26. Our understanding of the structure and function of kinetochores has advanced dramatically over the past 10 years, yet how the plus end of spindle microtubules interacts with the kinetochore and establishes amp...

    Authors: Ngang Heok Tang and Takashi Toda
    Citation: Cell Division 2013 8:2
  27. Infantile hemangioma (IH) is a benign vascular neoplasm that arises from the abnormal proliferation of endothelial cells and enhanced angiogenesis. Recently, propranolol has been found to be effective in the m...

    Authors: Yi Ji, Siyuan Chen, Kai Li, Xianmin Xiao, Shan Zheng and Ting Xu
    Citation: Cell Division 2013 8:1
  28. Cell size homeostasis is a conserved attribute in many eukaryotic species involving a tight regulation between the processes of growth and proliferation. In budding yeast S. cerevisiae, growth to a “critical cell...

    Authors: Huzefa Dungrawala, Hui Hua, Jill Wright, Lesley Abraham, Thivakorn Kasemsri, Anthony McDowell, Jessica Stilwell and Brandt L Schneider
    Citation: Cell Division 2012 7:24
  29. Microcell-mediated chromosome transfer (MMCT) was developed to introduce a low number of chromosomes into a host cell. We have designed a novel technique combining part of MMCT with somatic cell nuclear transf...

    Authors: Natalia Canel, Romina Bevacqua, María Inés Hiriart and Daniel Salamone
    Citation: Cell Division 2012 7:23
  30. Previously we have reported on the development of a new mouse anti-titin monoclonal antibody, named MAb Titl 5 H1.1, using the synthetic peptide N-AVNKYGIGEPLESDSVVAK-C which corresponds to an amino acid seque...

    Authors: Aavo-Valdur Mikelsaar, Alar Sünter, Ruth Mikelsaar, Peeter Toomik, Anu Kõiveer, Imre Mikelsaar and Erkki Juronen
    Citation: Cell Division 2012 7:21
  31. A major determinant of cell fate is regulation of cell cycle. Tight regulation of this process is lost during the course of development and progression of various tumors. The ubiquitin-proteasome system (UPS) ...

    Authors: Panagiotis J Vlachostergios, Ioannis A Voutsadakis and Christos N Papandreou
    Citation: Cell Division 2012 7:18
  32. Malignant diseases are responsible of approximately 13% of all deaths each year in the world. Natural products represent a valuable source for the development of novel anticancer drugs. The present study was a...

    Authors: Victor Kuete, Tolga Eichhorn, Benjamin Wiench, Benjamin Krusche and Thomas Efferth
    Citation: Cell Division 2012 7:16
  33. In Schizosaccharomyces pombe the SET domain protein, Set3p - together with its interacting partners, Snt1p, and Hif2p - form a complex that aids in preventing cell division failure upon mild cytokinetic stress. I...

    Authors: Charnpal Grewal, Jack Hickmott, Stefan Rentas and Jim Karagiannis
    Citation: Cell Division 2012 7:13

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