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Dean S Dawson

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InstitutionOklahoma Medical Research Foundation
DepartmentCell Cyle and Cancer Biology Research
Address825 NE 13th St
Oklahoma City OK
Phone405/271-8192
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    University of UtahPhD1984Molecular Biology
    Harvard UniversityPostdoc1988Genetics

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    R01GM110271     (DAWSON, DEAN S)Sep 20, 2017 - Aug 31, 2018
    NIH/NIGMS
    Orienting Chromosomes on the Meiotic Spindle
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R01GM087377     (DAWSON, DEAN S)Jul 5, 2010 - Jun 30, 2018
    NIH/NIGMS
    Meiotic Centromere Behavior in Yeast
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Meyer RE, Brown J, Beck L, Dawson DS. Mps1 promotes chromosome meiotic chromosome biorientation through Dam1. Mol Biol Cell. 2018 02 15; 29(4):479-489. PMID: 29237818.
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    2. Kurdzo EL, Obeso D, Chuong H, Dawson DS. Meiotic Centromere Coupling and Pairing Function by Two Separate Mechanisms in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Genetics. 2017 02; 205(2):657-671. PMID: 27913618.
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    3. Rankin S, Dawson DS. Recent advances in cohesin biology. F1000Res. 2016; 5. PMID: 27547382; PMCID: PMC4975370.
    4. Meyer RE, Chuong HH, Hild M, Hansen CL, Kinter M, Dawson DS. Ipl1/Aurora-B is necessary for kinetochore restructuring in meiosis I in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Mol Biol Cell. 2015 Sep 01; 26(17):2986-3000. PMID: 26157162; PMCID: PMC4551314.
    5. Kurdzo EL, Dawson DS. Centromere pairing--tethering partner chromosomes in meiosis I. FEBS J. 2015 Jul; 282(13):2458-70. PMID: 25817724; PMCID: PMC4490064.
    6. Obeso D, Pezza RJ, Dawson D. Couples, pairs, and clusters: mechanisms and implications of centromere associations in meiosis. Chromosoma. 2014 Mar; 123(1-2):43-55. PMID: 24126501; PMCID: PMC3969401.
    7. Kim S, Meyer R, Chuong H, Dawson DS. Dual mechanisms prevent premature chromosome segregation during meiosis. Genes Dev. 2013 Oct 01; 27(19):2139-46. PMID: 24115770; PMCID: PMC3850097.
    8. Meyer RE, Dawson DS. Attaching to spindles before they form: do early incorrect chromosome-microtubule attachments promote meiotic segregation fidelity? Cell Cycle. 2013 Jul 01; 12(13):2011-5. PMID: 23759585; PMCID: PMC3737303.
    9. Meyer RE, Kim S, Obeso D, Straight PD, Winey M, Dawson DS. Mps1 and Ipl1/Aurora B act sequentially to correctly orient chromosomes on the meiotic spindle of budding yeast. Science. 2013 Mar 01; 339(6123):1071-4. PMID: 23371552; PMCID: PMC3604795.
    10. Bisig CG, Guiraldelli MF, Kouznetsova A, Scherthan H, Höög C, Dawson DS, Pezza RJ. Synaptonemal complex components persist at centromeres and are required for homologous centromere pairing in mouse spermatocytes. PLoS Genet. 2012 Jun; 8(6):e1002701. PMID: 22761579; PMCID: PMC3386160.
    11. Havens KA, Gardner MK, Kamieniecki RJ, Dresser ME, Dawson DS. Slk19p of Saccharomyces cerevisiae regulates anaphase spindle dynamics through two independent mechanisms. Genetics. 2010 Dec; 186(4):1247-60. PMID: 20923975; PMCID: PMC2998308.
    12. Obeso D, Dawson DS. Temporal characterization of homology-independent centromere coupling in meiotic prophase. PLoS One. 2010 Apr 23; 5(4):e10336. PMID: 20428251; PMCID: PMC2859069.
    13. Chuong H, Dawson DS. Meiotic cohesin promotes pairing of nonhomologous centromeres in early meiotic prophase. Mol Biol Cell. 2010 Jun 01; 21(11):1799-809. PMID: 20375150.
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    14. Gladstone MN, Obeso D, Chuong H, Dawson DS. The synaptonemal complex protein Zip1 promotes bi-orientation of centromeres at meiosis I. PLoS Genet. 2009 Dec; 5(12):e1000771. PMID: 20011112; PMCID: PMC2781170.
    15. Stewart MN, Dawson DS. Changing partners: moving from non-homologous to homologous centromere pairing in meiosis. Trends Genet. 2008 Nov; 24(11):564-73. PMID: 18804891; PMCID: PMC2861281.
    16. Pablo-Hernando ME, Arnaiz-Pita Y, Nakanishi H, Dawson D, del Rey F, Neiman AM, Vázquez de Aldana CR. Cdc15 is required for spore morphogenesis independently of Cdc14 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Genetics. 2007 Sep; 177(1):281-93. PMID: 17660551; PMCID: PMC2013696.
    17. Kamieniecki RJ, Liu L, Dawson DS. FEAR but not MEN genes are required for exit from meiosis I. Cell Cycle. 2005 Aug; 4(8):1093-8. PMID: 15970684.
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    18. Cheslock PS, Kemp BJ, Boumil RM, Dawson DS. The roles of MAD1, MAD2 and MAD3 in meiotic progression and the segregation of nonexchange chromosomes. Nat Genet. 2005 Jul; 37(7):756-60. PMID: 15951820.
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    19. Stewart MN, Dawson DS. Potential roles for centromere pairing in meiotic chromosome segregation. Cell Cycle. 2004 Oct; 3(10):1232-4. PMID: 15467470.
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    20. Kemp B, Boumil RM, Stewart MN, Dawson DS. A role for centromere pairing in meiotic chromosome segregation. Genes Dev. 2004 Aug 15; 18(16):1946-51. PMID: 15289462; PMCID: PMC514173.
    21. Shanks RM, Bascom-Slack C, Dawson DS. Analysis of the kar3 meiotic arrest in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Cell Cycle. 2004 Mar; 3(3):363-71. PMID: 14726698.
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    22. Chen X, Magee BB, Dawson D, Magee PT, Kumamoto CA. Chromosome 1 trisomy compromises the virulence of Candida albicans. Mol Microbiol. 2004 Jan; 51(2):551-65. PMID: 14756793.
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