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Dr Tyrell Cartwright
Rebecca Harris
Dr Stephanie Meyer
Nikolaus Watson
Cheryl Tan
et al.
Dissecting the roles of Haspin and VRK1 in histone H3 phosphorylation during mitosis2022
Syed Gillani
Professor Jonathan Higgins
PCTAIRE1 promotes mitotic progression and resistance against antimitotic and apoptotic signals2022
Ma Luo
Professor Wein-Duo Yang
Dr Tyrell Cartwright
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Dr Jinju Chen
et al.
Simultaneous Measurement of Single-Cell Mechanics and Cell-to-Materials Adhesion Using Fluidic Force Microscopy2022
Chris Thomas
Ben Wetherall
Dr Mark Levasseur
Rebecca Harris
Scott Kerridge
et al.
A prometaphase mechanism of securin destruction is essential for meiotic progression in mouse oocytes2021
Dr Diana Papini
Dr Mark Levasseur
Professor Jonathan Higgins
The Aurora B gradient sustains kinetochore stability in anaphase2021
Nikolaus Watson
Dr Tyrell Cartwright
Dr Conor Lawless
Dr Onur Sen
Professor Jonathan Higgins
et al.
Kinase inhibition profiles as a tool to identify kinases for specific phosphorylation sites2020
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Priming chromatin for segregation: functional roles of mitotic histone modifications2020
Dr Lisa Prendergast
Dr Urszula McClurg
Dr Rolando Berlinguer Palmini
Sarah Marshall
Inmaculada Hernandez Lopez
et al.
Resolution of R-loops by INO80 promotes DNA replication and maintains cancer cell proliferation and viability2020
Dr Mark Levasseur
Christopher Thomas
Dr Owen Davies
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Dr Suzanne Madgwick
et al.
Aneuploidy in oocytes is prevented by sustained CDK1 activity through degron masking in cyclin B12019
Nikolaus Watson
Dr Onur Sen
Professor Jonathan Higgins
CDK1-mediated phosphorylation at H2B serine 6 is required for mitotic chromosome segregation2019
Dr Onur Sen
Professor Jonathan Higgins
The live cell DNA stain SiR-Hoechst induces DNA damage responses and impairs cell cycle progression2018
Nikolaus Watson
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Histone Kinases and Phosphatases2016
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Dr Lisa Prendergast
Mitotic Mysteries: The Case of HP12016
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Polyoma small T antigen triggers cell death via mitotic catastrophe2015
Dr Diana Papini
Professor Jonathan Higgins
TD-60 links RalA GTPase function to the CPC in mitosis2015
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Integrin αEβ7: molecular features and functional significance in the immune system2014
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Polo‐like kinase‐1 triggers histone phosphorylation by Haspin in mitosis2014
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Chromosome Segregation: Learning to let go2013
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Histone Modifications and Mitosis: Countermarks, Landmarks and Bookmarks2013
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Professor Mary Herbert
Nucleosome Assembly Proteins Get SET to Defeat the Guardian of Chromosome Cohesion2013
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Haspin inhibitors reveal centromeric functions of Aurora B in chromosome segregation2012
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Molecular basis for phosphospecific recognition of histone H3 tails by Survivin paralogues at inner centromeres2012
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Structure-activity relationship study of beta-carboline derivatives as haspin kinase inhibitors2012
Professor Jonathan Higgins
A positive feedback loop involving Haspin and Aurora B promotes CPC accumulation at centromeres in Mitosis2011
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Perturbation of mitosis through inhibition of histone acetyltransferases: the key to ochratoxin A toxicity and carcinogenicity?2011
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Histone H3 Thr-3 Phosphorylation by Haspin Positions Aurora B at Centromeres in Mitosis2010
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Structure and functional characterization of the atypical human kinase haspin2009
Professor Jonathan Higgins
Haspin2008
Professor Jonathan Higgins
T-lymphocyte-epithelial-cell interactions: integrin αE(CD103)β7, LEEP-CAM and chemokines2000