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E A Bugaeva, O I Podgornaya. Biochemistry (Mosc) 1997
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Nuclear envelope associated protein that binds telomeric DNAs.
O I Podgornaya, E A Bugaeva, A P Voronin, E Gilson, A R Mitchell. Mol Reprod Dev 2000
19
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Telomeric localization of TRF2, a novel human telobox protein.
T Bilaud, C Brun, K Ancelin, C E Koering, T Laroche, E Gilson. Nat Genet 1997
376
66

A telomere-binding protein (TRF2/MTBP) from mouse nuclear matrix with motives of an intermediate filament-type rod domain.
Alexey P Voronin, Ivan B Lobov, Eric Gilson, Olga I Podgornaya. J Anti Aging Med 2003
8
66

Mammalian meiotic telomeres: protein composition and redistribution in relation to nuclear pores.
H Scherthan, M Jerratsch, B Li, S Smith, M Hultén, T Lock, T de Lange. Mol Biol Cell 2000
123
50

The telobox, a Myb-related telomeric DNA binding motif found in proteins from yeast, plants and human.
T Bilaud, C E Koering, E Binet-Brasselet, K Ancelin, A Pollice, S M Gasser, E Gilson. Nucleic Acids Res 1996
186
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Telomere-binding TRF2/MTBP localization during mouse spermatogenesis and cell cycle of the mouse cells L929.
A V Dolnik, I S Kuznetsova, A P Voronin, O I Podgornaya. J Anti Aging Med 2003
9
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Structure, subnuclear distribution, and nuclear matrix association of the mammalian telomeric complex.
M E Ludérus, B van Steensel, L Chong, O C Sibon, F F Cremers, T de Lange. J Cell Biol 1996
188
33

The leptotene-zygotene transition of meiosis.
D Zickler, N Kleckner. Annu Rev Genet 1998
384
33


Arrangement of chromatin in the nucleus.
D E Comings. Hum Genet 1980
241
33

TRF2 protects human telomeres from end-to-end fusions.
B van Steensel, A Smogorzewska, T de Lange. Cell 1998
33

A human telomeric protein.
L Chong, B van Steensel, D Broccoli, H Erdjument-Bromage, J Hanish, P Tempst, T de Lange. Science 1995
591
33

Human telomeres contain two distinct Myb-related proteins, TRF1 and TRF2.
D Broccoli, A Smogorzewska, L Chong, T de Lange. Nat Genet 1997
722
33

Dynamics of satellite binding protein CENP-B and telomere binding protein TRF2/MTBP in the nuclei of mouse spermatogenic line.
A V Dolnik, G N Pochukalina, V N Parfenov, A V Karpushev, O I Podgornaya, A P Voronin. Cell Biol Int 2007
2
100

LBR and lamin A/C sequentially tether peripheral heterochromatin and inversely regulate differentiation.
Irina Solovei, Audrey S Wang, Katharina Thanisch, Christine S Schmidt, Stefan Krebs, Monika Zwerger, Tatiana V Cohen, Didier Devys, Roland Foisner, Leo Peichl,[...]. Cell 2013
465
33

Nuclear lamins: major factors in the structural organization and function of the nucleus and chromatin.
Thomas Dechat, Katrin Pfleghaar, Kaushik Sengupta, Takeshi Shimi, Dale K Shumaker, Liliana Solimando, Robert D Goldman. Genes Dev 2008
647
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Structure-specific DNA-binding proteins as the foundation for three-dimensional chromatin organization.
O I Podgornaya, A P Voronin, N I Enukashvily, I V Matveev, I B Lobov. Int Rev Cytol 2003
26
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TRF2 and lamin A/C interact to facilitate the functional organization of chromosome ends.
Ashley M Wood, Jannie M Rendtlew Danielsen, Catherine A Lucas, Ellen L Rice, David Scalzo, Takeshi Shimi, Robert D Goldman, Erica D Smith, Michelle M Le Beau, Steven T Kosak. Nat Commun 2014
80
33


How shelterin protects mammalian telomeres.
Wilhelm Palm, Titia de Lange. Annu Rev Genet 2008
33

F-actin is a component of the karyosome in neuropteran oocyte nuclei.
R Rübsam, J Büning. Arthropod Struct Dev 2001
14
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Telomere Repeat-Binding Factor 2 Is Responsible for the Telomere Attachment to the Nuclear Membrane.
Nadya V Ilicheva, Olga I Podgornaya, Alex P Voronin. Adv Protein Chem Struct Biol 2015
8
33


Evidence for monomeric actin function in INO80 chromatin remodeling.
Prabodh Kapoor, Mingming Chen, Duane David Winkler, Karolin Luger, Xuetong Shen. Nat Struct Mol Biol 2013
82
33

Insights into the differences between the A- and B-type nuclear lamins.
Stephen A Adam, Robert D Goldman. Adv Biol Regul 2012
24
33

Nuclear actin filaments and their topological changes in frog oocytes.
V N Parfenov, D S Davis, G N Pochukalina, C E Sample, E A Bugaeva, K G Murti. Exp Cell Res 1995
55
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Rapid exchange of mammalian topoisomerase II alpha at kinetochores and chromosome arms in mitosis.
Penny A Tavormina, Marie-George Côme, Joanna R Hudson, Yin-Yuan Mo, William T Beck, Gary J Gorbsky. J Cell Biol 2002
97
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Ultrastructure of late oocyte nuclei in Rana temporaria.
M N Gruzova, V N Parfenov. J Cell Sci 1977
22
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Actin- and protein-4.1-containing filaments link nuclear pore complexes to subnuclear organelles in Xenopus oocyte nuclei.
Elena Kiseleva, Sheona P Drummond, Martin W Goldberg, Sandra A Rutherford, Terence D Allen, Katherine L Wilson. J Cell Sci 2004
100
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Topoisomerase II is a structural component of mitotic chromosome scaffolds.
W C Earnshaw, B Halligan, C A Cooke, M M Heck, L F Liu. J Cell Biol 1985
717
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Lamin A/C expression is a marker of mouse and human embryonic stem cell differentiation.
Dan Constantinescu, Heather L Gray, Paul J Sammak, Gerald P Schatten, Antonei B Csoka. Stem Cells 2006
250
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Nuclear structures in Tribolium castaneum oocytes.
Dmitry S Bogolyubov, Florina M Batalova, Artyom M Kiselyov, Irina S Stepanova. Cell Biol Int 2013
9
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Karyosphere in oogenesis and intranuclear morphogenesis.
M N Gruzova, V N Parfenov. Int Rev Cytol 1993
52
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Centromere protein B null mice are mitotically and meiotically normal but have lower body and testis weights.
D F Hudson, K J Fowler, E Earle, R Saffery, P Kalitsis, H Trowell, J Hill, N G Wreford, D M de Kretser, M R Cancilla,[...]. J Cell Biol 1998
180
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The dynamic properties and possible functions of nuclear lamins.
R D Moir, T P Spann, R D Goldman. Int Rev Cytol 1995
159
16

Binding of matrix attachment regions to lamin B1.
M E Ludérus, A de Graaf, E Mattia, J L den Blaauwen, M A Grande, L de Jong, R van Driel. Cell 1992
303
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CENP-C is required for maintaining proper kinetochore size and for a timely transition to anaphase.
J Tomkiel, C A Cooke, H Saitoh, R L Bernat, W C Earnshaw. J Cell Biol 1994
170
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