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1.

Genomic and proteomic approaches towards an understanding of sleep.

O'Hara BF, Ding J, Bernat RL, Franken P.

CNS Neurol Disord Drug Targets. 2007 Feb;6(1):71-81. Review.

PMID:
17305555
2.

Disruption of CENP antigen function perturbs dynein anchoring to the mitotic kinetochore.

Wordeman L, Earnshaw WC, Bernat RL.

Chromosoma. 1996 Jun;104(8):551-60.

PMID:
8662248
3.

CENP-C is required for maintaining proper kinetochore size and for a timely transition to anaphase.

Tomkiel J, Cooke CA, Saitoh H, Bernat RL, Earnshaw WC.

J Cell Biol. 1994 May;125(3):531-45.

4.

Disruption of centromere assembly during interphase inhibits kinetochore morphogenesis and function in mitosis.

Bernat RL, Delannoy MR, Rothfield NF, Earnshaw WC.

Cell. 1991 Sep 20;66(6):1229-38.

PMID:
1913807
5.

Chromosomal passengers: toward an integrated view of mitosis.

Earnshaw WC, Bernat RL.

Chromosoma. 1991 Mar;100(3):139-46.

PMID:
2040201
6.

Role of the centromere/kinetochore in cell cycle control.

Earnshaw WC, Bernat RL, Cooke CA, Rothfield NF.

Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol. 1991;56:675-85. No abstract available.

PMID:
1819515
7.

Injection of anticentromere antibodies in interphase disrupts events required for chromosome movement at mitosis.

Bernat RL, Borisy GG, Rothfield NF, Earnshaw WC.

J Cell Biol. 1990 Oct;111(4):1519-33.

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CENP-B: a major human centromere protein located beneath the kinetochore.

Cooke CA, Bernat RL, Earnshaw WC.

J Cell Biol. 1990 May;110(5):1475-88.

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