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Efimov, A., Kharitonov, A., Efimova, N., Loncarek, J., et al. (2007). Asymmetric CLASP-Dependent Nucleation of Noncentrosomal Microtubules at the trans-Golgi Network. Developmental Cell, 12(6), 917 - 930.
Ferreira, J. G., Pereira, A. J., Akhmanova, A., & Maiato, H. (2013). Aurora B spatially regulates EB3 phosphorylation to coordinate daughter cell adhesion with cytokinesis. Journal of Cell Biology, 201(5), 709 - 724.
Maia, A., & Maiato, H. (2011). Aurora mitochondrialis drives fission during mitosis. Developmental Cell, 21(3), 387 - 388.
Maiato, H., & Ferrás, C. (2017). Cell Biology: Actin divides to conquer. Science, 357(6353), 756 - 757.
Maiato, H., & Pereira, A. J. (2017). Cell Division: NuMA Bears the Load in the Spindle. Current Biology, 27(15), R765 - R767.
Ding, Y., Yao, C., Lince-Faria, M., Rath, U., et al. (2009). Chromator is required for proper microtubule spindle formation and mitosis in Drosophila. Developmental Biology, 334(1), 253 - 263.
Maiato, H., Afonso, O., & Matos, I. (2015). A chromosome separation checkpoint: A midzone Aurora B gradient mediates a chromosome separation checkpoint that regulates the anaphase-telophase transition. BioEssays, 37(3), 257 - 266.
Manning, A. L., Bakhoum, S. F., Maffini, S., Correia-Melo, C., et al. (2010). CLASP1, astrin and Kif2b form a molecular switch that regulates kinetochore-microtubule dynamics to promote mitotic progression and fidelity. EMBO Journal, 29(20), 3531 - 3543.
Logarinho, E., Maffini, S., Barisic, M., Marques, A., et al. (2012). CLASPs prevent irreversible multipolarity by ensuring spindle-pole resistance to traction forces during chromosome alignment. Nature Cell Biology, 14(3), 295 - 303.
Akhmanova, A., & Maiato, H. (2017). Closing the tubulin detyrosination cycle. Science, 358(6369), 1381 - 1382.
Barisic, M., & Maiato, H. (2015). Cracking the (tubulin) code of mitosis. Oncotarget, 6(23), 19356 - 19357.
Maiato, H., Khodjakov, A., & Rieder, C. L. (2005). Drosophila CLASP is required for the incorporation of microtubule subunits into fluxing kinetochore fibres. Nature Cell Biology, 7(1), 42 - 47.
Conde, C., Osswald, M., Barbosa, J., Moutinho-Santos, T., et al. (2013). Drosophila Polo regulates the spindle assembly checkpoint through Mps1-dependent BubR1 phosphorylation. EMBO Journal, 32(12), 1761 - 1777.
Coelho, P. A., Queiroz-Machado, J., Carmo, A. M., Moutinho-Pereira, S., et al. (2008). Dual role of topoisomerase II in centromere resolution and aurora B activity. PLoS biology, 6(8).
Coelho, P. A., Queiroz-Machado, J., Carmo, A. M., Moutinho-Pereira, S., et al. (2008). Dual role of topoisomerase II in centromere resolution and aurora B activity. PLoS Biology, 6(8), 1758 - 1777.
Maiato, H., DeLuca, J., Salmon, E. D., & Earnshaw, W. C. (2004). The dynamic kinetochore-microtubule interface. Journal of Cell Science, 117(23), 5461 - 5477.
Reis, R., Feijão, T., Gouveia, S., Pereira, A. J., et al. (2009). Dynein and Mast/Orbit/CLASP have antagonistic roles in regulating kinetochore-microtubule plus-end dynamics. Journal of Cell Science, 122(14), 2543 - 2553.
Tan, C. H., Gasic, I., Huber-Reggi, S. P., Dudka, D., et al. (2015). The equatorial position of the metaphase plate ensures symmetric cell divisions. eLife, 4(JULY2015).
Earnshaw, W. C., Allshire, R. C., Black, B. E., Bloom, K., et al. (2013). Esperanto for histones: CENP-A, not CenH3, is the centromeric histone H3 variant. Chromosome Research, 21(2), 101 - 106.
Olszak, A. M., Van Essen, D., Pereira, A. J., Diehl, S., et al. (2011). Heterochromatin boundaries are hotspots for de novo kinetochore formation. Nature Cell Biology, 13(7), 799 - 808.
Wandke, C., Barisic, M., Sigl, R., Rauch, V., et al. (2012). Human chromokinesins promote chromosome congression and spindle microtubule dynamics during mitosis. Journal of Cell Biology, 198(5), 847 - 863.
Pires, L. R., Oliveira, H., Barrias, C. C., Sampaio, P., et al. (2011). Imidazole-grafted chitosan-mediated gene delivery: In vitro study on transfection, intracellular trafficking and degradation. Nanomedicine, 6(9), 1499 - 1512.


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