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Insight into tubulin regulation from a complex with colchicine and a stathmin-like domain
Changes in the subunits of tubulin as it switches from its straight conformation to a curved one correlate with the loss of lateral contacts and provide a rationale for the rapid microtubule depolymerization characteristic of dynamic instability. Expand
Fission Yeast Nod1 Is a Component of Cortical Nodes Involved in Cell Size Control and Division Site Placement
It is concluded that Nod1 specifies the division site by localising Gef2 to the mitotic cell middle in a cdc12-112 mutant in which nucleation of the actin ring is impaired. Expand
Dynamin‐Dependent Biogenesis, Cell Cycle Regulation and Mitochondrial Association of Peroxisomes in Fission Yeast
It is concluded thatPeroxisomes are present in fission yeast and that Dnm1 and Vps1 act redundantly in peroxisome biogenesis, which is under cell cycle control. Expand
Fission Yeast Sec3 Bridges the Exocyst Complex to the Actin Cytoskeleton
It is proposed that a role of SpSec3 is to spatially couple actin machineries and their independently polarized regulators and appears as a major co‐ordinator of cell morphology in fission yeast. Expand
The dynamin related protein Dnm1 fragments mitochondria in a microtubule-dependent manner during the fission yeast cell cycle.
It is shown that mitochondria re-organize during the cell cycle and that this process is both dynamin- and microtubule-dependent, with Dnm1 mediates mitochondrial fission during interphasic growth and at cell division. Expand
Hormonal changes during growth of somatic embryogenic masses in hybrid larch
The hormonal status of growing embryogenic masses and non-embryogenic callus during somatic embryo proliferation in hybrid larch and generally for gymnosperms is compared. Expand
The Exocyst Complex in Health and Disease
- Magdalena Martin-Urdiroz, M. Deeks, C. Horton, H. Dawe, I. Jourdain
- Biology, Medicine
- Front. Cell Dev. Biol.
- 12 April 2016
The current knowledge of exocyst function in cell polarity, signaling and cell-cell communication is summarized and implications for plant and animal health and disease are discussed. Expand
Functional analysis of a fungal endophyte stress-activated MAP kinase
Given sakA can rescue the sty1Δ mutant from sensitivity to oxidative stress, SakA has the potential to sense and transduce oxidative stress signals, and there may be a link between MAP kinase and ROS (reactive oxygen species) signalling pathways in E. festucae. Expand
TUBULIN-COLCHICINE: STATHMIN-LIKE DOMAIN COMPLEX
Identification of a conserved F-box protein 6 interactor essential for endocytosis and cytokinesis in fission yeast.
- I. Jourdain, N. Spielewoy, James Thompson, S. Dhut, J. Yates, T. Toda
- Biology, Medicine
- The Biochemical journal
- 1 June 2009
Results indicate that the conserved Sip1 protein comprises a novel non-SCF F-box complex that plays an essential role in endocytosis, cytokinesis and cell division. Expand