Spindle checkpoint silencing requires association of PP1 to both Spc7 and kinesin-8 motors.

@article{Meadows2011SpindleCS,
  title={Spindle checkpoint silencing requires association of PP1 to both Spc7 and kinesin-8 motors.},
  author={John Cecil Meadows and Lindsey A. Shepperd and Vincent Vanoosthuyse and Theresa C. Lancaster and Alicja M. Sochaj and Graham J. Buttrick and Kevin G. Hardwick and Jonathan B A Millar},
  journal={Developmental cell},
  year={2011},
  volume={20 6},
  pages={739-50}
}
The spindle checkpoint is the prime cell-cycle control mechanism that ensures sister chromatids are bioriented before anaphase takes place. Aurora B kinase, the catalytic subunit of the chromosome passenger complex, both destabilizes kinetochore attachments that do not generate tension and simultaneously maintains the spindle checkpoint signal. However, it is unclear how the checkpoint is silenced following chromosome biorientation. We demonstrate that association of type 1 phosphatase (PP1… CONTINUE READING
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