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David Razafsky, Didier Hodzic. Curr Opin Cell Biol 2015
Times Cited: 15







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96 articles co-cited >1



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Coupling of the nucleus and cytoplasm: role of the LINC complex.
Melissa Crisp, Qian Liu, Kyle Roux, J B Rattner, Catherine Shanahan, Brian Burke, Phillip D Stahl, Didier Hodzic. J Cell Biol 2006
903
40

Nuclear positioning.
Gregg G Gundersen, Howard J Worman. Cell 2013
305
33

LINC complexes form by binding of three KASH peptides to domain interfaces of trimeric SUN proteins.
Brian A Sosa, Andrea Rothballer, Ulrike Kutay, Thomas U Schwartz. Cell 2012
259
26

Nuclear membrane diversity: underlying tissue-specific pathologies in disease?
Howard J Worman, Eric C Schirmer. Curr Opin Cell Biol 2015
72
20

Viruses and the nuclear envelope.
Thomas Hennig, Peter O'Hare. Curr Opin Cell Biol 2015
19
20

Herpesviruses remodel host membranes for virus egress.
David C Johnson, Joel D Baines. Nat Rev Microbiol 2011
335
20

Samp1 is a component of TAN lines and is required for nuclear movement.
Joana Borrego-Pinto, Thibaud Jegou, Daniel S Osorio, Frederic Auradé, Mátyás Gorjánácz, Birgit Koch, Iain W Mattaj, Edgar R Gomes. J Cell Sci 2012
83
20

Linear arrays of nuclear envelope proteins harness retrograde actin flow for nuclear movement.
G W Gant Luxton, Edgar R Gomes, Eric S Folker, Erin Vintinner, Gregg G Gundersen. Science 2010
323
20

Making the LINC: SUN and KASH protein interactions.
Dae In Kim, K C Birendra, Kyle J Roux. Biol Chem 2015
59
20

Nuclei take a position: managing nuclear location.
Brian Burke, Kyle J Roux. Dev Cell 2009
116
20




Nuclear migration events throughout development.
Courtney R Bone, Daniel A Starr. J Cell Sci 2016
70
20

SUN1/2 and Syne/Nesprin-1/2 complexes connect centrosome to the nucleus during neurogenesis and neuronal migration in mice.
Xiaochang Zhang, Kai Lei, Xiaobing Yuan, Xiaohui Wu, Yuan Zhuang, Tian Xu, Rener Xu, Min Han. Neuron 2009
344
20

Nuclear positioning in muscle development and disease.
Eric S Folker, Mary K Baylies. Front Physiol 2013
154
20

Virus entry at a glance.
Yohei Yamauchi, Ari Helenius. J Cell Sci 2013
146
13

Functional analysis of the human papillomavirus type 16 E1=E4 protein provides a mechanism for in vivo and in vitro keratin filament reorganization.
Qian Wang, Heather Griffin, Shirley Southern, Deborah Jackson, Ana Martin, Pauline McIntosh, Clare Davy, Phillip J Masterson, Philip A Walker, Peter Laskey,[...]. J Virol 2004
68
13

Large scale RNAi reveals the requirement of nuclear envelope breakdown for nuclear import of human papillomaviruses.
Inci Aydin, Susanne Weber, Berend Snijder, Pilar Samperio Ventayol, Andreas Kühbacher, Miriam Becker, Patricia M Day, John T Schiller, Michael Kann, Lucas Pelkmans,[...]. PLoS Pathog 2014
106
13

Nuclear envelope budding enables large ribonucleoprotein particle export during synaptic Wnt signaling.
Sean D Speese, James Ashley, Vahbiz Jokhi, John Nunnari, Romina Barria, Yihang Li, Bulent Ataman, Alex Koon, Young-Tae Chang, Qian Li,[...]. Cell 2012
241
13



E1--E4-mediated keratin phosphorylation and ubiquitylation: a mechanism for keratin depletion in HPV16-infected epithelium.
Pauline B McIntosh, Peter Laskey, Kate Sullivan, Clare Davy, Qian Wang, Deborah J Jackson, Heather M Griffin, John Doorbar. J Cell Sci 2010
34
13

LINC'ing form and function at the nuclear envelope.
Peter Meinke, Eric C Schirmer. FEBS Lett 2015
41
13




Simian virus 40 induces lamin A/C fluctuations and nuclear envelope deformation during cell entry.
Veronika Butin-Israeli, Orly Ben-nun-Shaul, Idit Kopatz, Stephen A Adam, Takeshi Shimi, Robert D Goldman, Ariella Oppenheim. Nucleus 2011
37
13

Nuclear envelope disruption involving host caspases plays a role in the parvovirus replication cycle.
Sarah Cohen, Alexandra K Marr, Pierre Garcin, Nelly Panté. J Virol 2011
51
13

SV40 late protein VP4 forms toroidal pores to disrupt membranes for viral release.
Smita Raghava, Kristina M Giorda, Fabian B Romano, Alejandro P Heuck, Daniel N Hebert. Biochemistry 2013
22
13


The way out: what we know and do not know about herpesvirus nuclear egress.
Thomas C Mettenleiter, Frederik Müller, Harald Granzow, Barbara G Klupp. Cell Microbiol 2013
126
13

Kinesin-1-mediated capsid disassembly and disruption of the nuclear pore complex promote virus infection.
Sten Strunze, Martin F Engelke, I-Hsuan Wang, Daniel Puntener, Karin Boucke, Sibylle Schleich, Michael Way, Philipp Schoenenberger, Christoph J Burckhardt, Urs F Greber. Cell Host Microbe 2011
138
13

Nuclear entry of DNA viruses.
Nikta Fay, Nelly Panté. Front Microbiol 2015
58
13

SUN1 interacts with nuclear lamin A and cytoplasmic nesprins to provide a physical connection between the nuclear lamina and the cytoskeleton.
Farhana Haque, David J Lloyd, Dawn T Smallwood, Carolyn L Dent, Catherine M Shanahan, Andrew M Fry, Richard C Trembath, Sue Shackleton. Mol Cell Biol 2006
363
13

Dictyostelium Sun1 is a dynamic membrane protein of both nuclear membranes and required for centrosomal association with clustered centromeres.
Irene Schulz, Otto Baumann, Matthias Samereier, Christine Zoglmeier, Ralph Gräf. Eur J Cell Biol 2009
36
13

Evolution of centrosomes and the nuclear lamina: Amoebozoan assets.
Ralph Gräf, Petros Batsios, Irene Meyer. Eur J Cell Biol 2015
28
13

How plants LINC the SUN to KASH.
Xiao Zhou, Iris Meier. Nucleus 2013
36
13

The revised classification of eukaryotes.
Sina M Adl, Alastair G B Simpson, Christopher E Lane, Julius Lukeš, David Bass, Samuel S Bowser, Matthew W Brown, Fabien Burki, Micah Dunthorn, Vladimir Hampl,[...]. J Eukaryot Microbiol 2012
801
13

Cellular mechanosensing: getting to the nucleus of it all.
Gregory R Fedorchak, Ashley Kaminski, Jan Lammerding. Prog Biophys Mol Biol 2014
108
13

Partners and post-translational modifications of nuclear lamins.
Dan N Simon, Katherine L Wilson. Chromosoma 2013
87
13

Nuclear lamin-A scales with tissue stiffness and enhances matrix-directed differentiation.
Joe Swift, Irena L Ivanovska, Amnon Buxboim, Takamasa Harada, P C Dave P Dingal, Joel Pinter, J David Pajerowski, Kyle R Spinler, Jae-Won Shin, Manorama Tewari,[...]. Science 2013
13

Nuclear lamin A/C deficiency induces defects in cell mechanics, polarization, and migration.
Jerry S H Lee, Christopher M Hale, Porntula Panorchan, Shyam B Khatau, Jerry P George, Yiider Tseng, Colin L Stewart, Didier Hodzic, Denis Wirtz. Biophys J 2007
221
13

Lamin A/C deficiency causes defective nuclear mechanics and mechanotransduction.
Jan Lammerding, P Christian Schulze, Tomosaburo Takahashi, Serguei Kozlov, Teresa Sullivan, Roger D Kamm, Colin L Stewart, Richard T Lee. J Clin Invest 2004
707
13

Structural organization of nuclear lamins A, C, B1, and B2 revealed by superresolution microscopy.
Takeshi Shimi, Mark Kittisopikul, Joseph Tran, Anne E Goldman, Stephen A Adam, Yixian Zheng, Khuloud Jaqaman, Robert D Goldman. Mol Biol Cell 2015
133
13

The interaction between nesprins and sun proteins at the nuclear envelope is critical for force transmission between the nucleus and cytoskeleton.
Maria L Lombardi, Diana E Jaalouk, Catherine M Shanahan, Brian Burke, Kyle J Roux, Jan Lammerding. J Biol Chem 2011
327
13

Isolated nuclei adapt to force and reveal a mechanotransduction pathway in the nucleus.
Christophe Guilluy, Lukas D Osborne, Laurianne Van Landeghem, Lisa Sharek, Richard Superfine, Rafael Garcia-Mata, Keith Burridge. Nat Cell Biol 2014
352
13

Lamin A/C deficiency is associated with fat infiltration of muscle and bone.
Jessica Tong, Wei Li, Christopher Vidal, Li Sze Yeo, Diane Fatkin, Gustavo Duque. Mech Ageing Dev 2011
38
13

Protection of muscle nuclei.
Talila Volk, Shuoshuo Wang. Oncotarget 2015
3
66

Lamins at the crossroads of mechanosignaling.
Selma Osmanagic-Myers, Thomas Dechat, Roland Foisner. Genes Dev 2015
158
13


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