Publications of M. Schuh

Journal Article (39)

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Schuh, M.: Cell scientist to watch – Melina Schuh. Journal of Cell Science 129 (1), pp. 7 - 8 (2016)
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Zielinska, A. P.; Holubcova, Z.; Blayney, M.; Elder, K.; Schuh, M.: Sister kinetochore splitting and precocious disintegration of bivalents could explain the maternal age effect. eLife 4, e11389 (2015)
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Pfender, S.; Kuznetsov, V.; Pasternak, M.; Tischer, T.; Santhanam, B.; Schuh, M.: Live imaging RNAi screen reveals genes essential for meiosis in mammalian oocytes. Nature 524 (7564), pp. 239 - 242 (2015)
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Clift, D.; Schuh, M.: A three-step MTOC fragmentation mechanism facilitates bipolar spindle assembly in mouse oocytes. Nature Communications 6, 7217 (2015)
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Holubcová, Z.; Blayney, M.; Elder, K.; Schuh, M.: Error-prone chromosome-mediated spindle assembly favors chromosome segregation defects in human oocytes. Science 348 (6239), pp. 1143 - 1147 (2015)
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Mogessie, B.; Schuh, M.: Nuclear envelope breakdown: Actin’ quick to tear down the wall. Current Biology 24 (13), pp. R605 - R607 (2014)
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Schuh, M.: Melina Schuh: First comes the egg. Journal of Cell Biology 204 (7), pp. 1080 - 1081 (2014)
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Montaville , P.; Jegou , A.; Pernier, J.; Compper ], C.; Guichard , B.; Mogessie, B.; Schuh, M.; Romet-Lemonne , G.; Carlier , M. F.: Spire and Formin 2 synergize and antagonize in regulating actin assembly in meiosis by a ping-pong mechanism. PLoS Biology 12 (2), e1001795 (2014)
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Clift, D.; Schuh, M.: Restarting life: Fertilization and the transition from meiosis to mitosis. Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 14 (9), pp. 549 - 562 (2013)
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Holubcová, Z.; Howard, G.; Schuh, M.: Vesicles modulate an actin network for asymmetric spindle positioning. Nature Cell Biology 15 (8), pp. 937 - 947 (2013)
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Courtois, A.; Schuh, M.; Ellenberg, J.; Hiiragi, T.: The transition from meiotic to mitotic spindle assembly is gradual during early mammalian development. Journal of Cell Biology 198 (3), pp. 357 - 370 (2012)
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Schuh, M.: Goodbye homunculus. Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 13 (12), p. 410 - 410 (2012)
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Pfender, S.; Kuznetsov, V.; Pleiser, S.; Kerkhoff, E.; Schuh, M.: Spire-type actin nucleators cooperate with formin-2 to drive asymmetric oocyte division. Current Biology 21 (11), pp. 955 - 960 (2011)
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Schuh, M.: An actin-dependent mechanism for long-range vesicle transport. Nature Cell Biology 13 (12), pp. 1431 - 1436 (2011)
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Schuh, M.; Ellenberg, J.: A new model for asymmetric spindle positioning in mouse oocytes. Current Biology 18 (24), pp. 1986 - 1992 (2008)
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Schuh, M.; Ellenberg, J.: Self-organization of MTOCs replaces centrosome function during acentrosomal spindle assembly in live mouse oocytes. Cell 130 (3), pp. 484 - 498 (2007)
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Schuh, M.; Lehner, C. F.; Heidmann, S.: Incorporation of Drosophila CID/CENP-A and CENP-C into centromeres during early embryonic anaphase. Current Biology 17 (3), pp. 237 - 243 (2007)
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Kudo , N. R.; Wassmann , K.; Anger , M.; Schuh, M.; Wirth, K. G.; Xu , H.; Helmhart, W.; Kudo, H.; Mckay , M.; Maro , B. et al.; Ellenberg , J.; de Boer , P.; Nasmyth , K.: Resolution of chiasmata in oocytes requires separase-mediated proteolysis. Cell 126 (1), pp. 135 - 146 (2006)
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Schuh, M.; Ellenberg, J.: Nuclear actin: A lack of export allows formation of filaments. Current Biology 16 (9), pp. R321 - R323 (2006)

Book (2)

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Maiato, H.; Schuh, M. (Eds.): Mitosis and Meiosis. Part B. Elsevier, Amsterdam (2018), xvii, 371 pp.
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