Publications of R. Bruce Nicklas    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

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  1. Paliulis, LV; Nicklas, RB, Kinetochore rearrangement in meiosis II requires attachment to the spindle., Chromosoma, vol. 113 no. 8 (March, 2005), pp. 440-446 [15711830], [doi]  [abs].
  2. Nicklas, RB; Waters, JC; Salmon, ED; Ward, SC, Checkpoint signals in grasshopper meiosis are sensitive to microtubule attachment, but tension is still essential., Journal of Cell Science, vol. 114 no. Pt 23 (December, 2001), pp. 4173-4183 [11739650]  [abs].
  3. King, JM; Nicklas, RB, Tension on chromosomes increases the number of kinetochore microtubules but only within limits., Journal of Cell Science, vol. 113 Pt 21 (November, 2000), pp. 3815-3823 [11034909]  [abs].
  4. Nicklas, RB, How cells get the right chromosomes., Science (New York, N.Y.), vol. 275 no. 5300 (January, 1997), pp. 632-637 [9005842], [doi]  [abs].


  1. Paliulis, L.V. and R.B. Nicklas, The reduction of chromosome number in meiosis is determined by properties built into the chromosomes, Journal of Cell Biology, vol. 150 (2000), pp. 1223-1231 .
  2. King, J.M., T.S. Hays and R.B. Nicklas, Dynein is a transient kinetochore component whose binding is regulated by microtubule attachment, not tension, Journal of Cell Biology, vol. 151 (2000), pp. 739-748 .
  3. R.B. Nicklas, How cells get the right chromosomes, Science, vol. 274 (1997), pp. 632-637 .