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Concept Meiosis
Academic Article Temporal characterization of homology-independent centromere coupling in meiotic prophase.
Academic Article Synaptonemal complex components persist at centromeres and are required for homologous centromere pairing in mouse spermatocytes.
Academic Article Better safe than sorry-preventing mitotic segregation of meiotic chromosomes.
Academic Article The synaptonemal complex protein Zip1 promotes bi-orientation of centromeres at meiosis I.
Academic Article Attaching to spindles before they form: do early incorrect chromosome-microtubule attachments promote meiotic segregation fidelity?
Academic Article Dual mechanisms prevent premature chromosome segregation during meiosis.
Academic Article Mps1 and Ipl1/Aurora B act sequentially to correctly orient chromosomes on the meiotic spindle of budding yeast.
Academic Article Ipl1/Aurora-B is necessary for kinetochore restructuring in meiosis I in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Academic Article Meiotic Centromere Coupling and Pairing Function by Two Separate Mechanisms in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Academic Article A ZIP1 separation-of-function allele reveals that centromere pairing drives meiotic segregation of achiasmate chromosomes in budding yeast.
Academic Article Centromere pairing--tethering partner chromosomes in meiosis I.
Academic Article Mps1 promotes chromosome meiotic chromosome biorientation through Dam1.
Academic Article Shugoshin protects centromere pairing and promotes segregation of nonexchange partner chromosomes in meiosis.
Grant Segregation of error-prone chromosomes in meiosis
Grant Orienting Chromosomes on the Meiotic Spindle
Grant The meiotic role of SIK19p in yeast
Grant Meiotic Centromere Behavior in Yeast
Grant Centromere Interactions and Meiotic Chromosome Segregation in Yeast
Academic Article Potential roles for centromere pairing in meiotic chromosome segregation.
Academic Article The roles of MAD1, MAD2 and MAD3 in meiotic progression and the segregation of nonexchange chromosomes.
Academic Article FEAR but not MEN genes are required for exit from meiosis I.
Academic Article Changing partners: moving from non-homologous to homologous centromere pairing in meiosis.
Academic Article Analysis of the kar3 meiotic arrest in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Academic Article A role for centromere pairing in meiotic chromosome segregation.
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