Current Topics in Pharmacology
12:30 PM, Wednesday, January 21, 1998
Room T-530/530A HSC
Speaker: Laurie Nadler
Topic: Regulation of mitosis by a novel protein isomerase
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Ranganathan R, Lu KP, Hunter T, Noel JP (1997) Structural and functional analysis of the mitotic rotamase Pin1 suggests substrate recognition is phosphorylation dependent. Cell 89:875-886.
Lu KP, Hanes SD, Hunter T (1996) A human peptidyl-prolyl isomerase essential for regulation of mitosis. Nature 380:544-547.
Lu KP, Hunter T (1995) Evidence for a NIMA-like mitotic pathway in vertebrate cells. Cell 81:413-424.
Ye XS, Xu G, Pu RT, Fincher RR, McGuire SL, Osmani AH, Osmani SA (1995) The NIMA protein kinase is hyperphosphorylated and activated downstream of p34cdc2/cyclin B: Coordination of two mitosis promoting kinases. EMBO J. 14:986-994.
Fry AM, Nigg EA (1995) The NIMA kinase joins forces with cdc2. Curr. Biol. 5:1122-1124.
Nigg EA (1995) Cyclin-dependent protein kinases: Key regulators of the eukaryotic cell cycle. Bioessays 17:471-480.
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