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Dr Owen Davies
A molecular mechanism for LINC complex branching by structurally diverse SUN-KASH 6:6 assemblies2021
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 Jill Hunter
Lucy Salmon
Dr Caroline Wilson
Professor Neil Perkins
Dr Owen Davies
et al.
Centrosome dysfunction associated with somatic expression of the synaptonemal complex protein TEX122021
James Dunce
Dr Owen Davies
Structural basis of meiotic chromosome synaptic elongation through hierarchical fibrous assembly of SYCE2-TEX122021
Dr Owen Davies
SUMO is a pervasive regulator of meiosis2021
Dr Mohamed Rouainia
Dr Peter Helm
Dr Owen Davies
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Deterioration of an infrastructure cutting subjected to climate change2020
Dr Owen Davies
Extending the scope of coiled-coil crystal structure solution by AMPLE through improved ab initio modelling2020
Dr Owen Davies
Helical ensembles outperform ideal helices in molecular replacement2020
Dr Orla Dunne
Dr Cristina Gallego Paramo
Dr Owen Davies
Meiotic chromosome synapsis depends on multivalent SYCE1-SIX6OS1 interactions that are disrupted in cases of human infertility2020
Dr Owen Davies
Obtaining tertiary protein structures by the ab-initio interpretation of small angle X-ray scattering data2020
Dr Owen Davies
The BRCA2-MEILB2-BRME1 complex governs meiotic recombination and impairs the mitotic BRCA2-RAD51 function in cancer cells2020
Dr Orla Dunne
Dr Owen Davies
A molecular model for self-assembly of the synaptonemal complex protein SYCE32019
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
Dr Owen Davies
Crossover recombination and synapsis are linked by adjacent regions within the N terminus of the Zip1 synaptonemal complex protein2019
Dr Orla Dunne
Dr Owen Davies
Molecular structure of human synaptonemal complex protein SYCE12019
Dr Owen Davies
Target highlights in CASP13: Experimental target structures through the eyes of their authors2019
Dr Yi Yang
Harriet Denton
Dr Owen Davies
Dr Kate Smith-Jackson
Professor Kevin Marchbank
et al.
An Engineered Complement Factor H Construct for Treatment of C3 Glomerulopathy2018
James Dunce
Dr Orla Dunne
Matthew Ratcliff
Dr Suzanne Madgwick
Dr Owen Davies
et al.
Structural basis of meiotic chromosome synapsis through SYCP1 self-assembly2018
James Dunce
Amy Milburn
Lee Sen
Dr Owen Davies
Structural basis of meiotic telomere attachment to the nuclear envelope by MAJIN-TERB2-TERB12018
Dr Owen Davies
Single-Molecule observation of DNA compaction by meiotic protein SYCP32017
Dr Owen Davies
C14ORF39/SIX6OS1 is a constituent of the synaptonemal complex and is essential for mouse fertility2016
Dr Bernadette Carroll
Gisela Otten
Matthew Ratcliff
Dr Graham Smith
Dr Joao Passos
et al.
Control of TSC2-Rheb signaling axis by arginine regulates mTORC1 activity2016
Dr Owen Davies
CtIP tetramer assembly is required for DNA-end resection and repair2015
Dr Owen Davies
A molecular model for the role of SYCP3 in meiotic chromosome organisation2014
Dr Owen Davies
Tcf15 Primes Pluripotent Cells for Differentiation2013
Dr Owen Davies
Structural analysis of the SYCE2-TEX12 complex provides molecular insights into synaptonemal complex assembly2012
Dr Owen Davies
Defining the molecular basis of BubR1 kinetochore recruitment and APC/C-Cdc20 inhibition2010
Dr Owen Davies
Crystal structure of human XLF/Cernunnos reveals unexpected differences from XRCC4 with implications for NHEJ2008
Dr Owen Davies
Structure of an Xrcc4–DNA ligase IV yeast ortholog complex reveals a novel BRCT interaction mode2006