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

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Papers Published

  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].

Other

  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 .