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Humans may harbor more than 100 genes from other organisms (2015)

Bacteria may have multiple replication origins (2015)

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Life in an unusual intracellular niche: a bacterial symbiont infecting the nucleus of amoebae (2014)

Mitotic spindle multipolarity without centrosome amplification. (2014)

Cajal bodies: where form meets function (2013)

Revealing Long-Range Interconnected Hubs in Human Chromatin Interaction Data Using Graph Theory (2013) (master replication origins)

Tiny Genomes May Offer Clues to First Plants and Animals (2013)

Recycling Endosomes (2013)

Biogenesis of extracellular vesicles (EV): exosomes, microvesicles, retrovirus-like vesicles, and apoptotic bodies. (2013)

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Evolution: Tracing the origins of centrioles, cilia, and flagella. (2011) Centrosomes and centrioles are found in all eukaryotic phyla, indicating the presence of an ancestral protoeukaryote. 

Bacterial “microtubules” (2011)

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Ancient Retroviruses Spurred Evolution Of Gene Regulatory Networks In Humans And Other Primates. (2011)

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Jumping Gene Cluster Tangles Tree of Life. (2011)

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Evolution of programmed cell fusion: common mechanisms and distinct functions. (2010)

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Spirochete attachment ultrastructure: Implications for the origin and evolution of cilia. (2010)

Endosymbiotic associations within protists. (2010)

Fragile Genomic Sites Are Associated with Origins of Replication (2009)

Horizontal gene transfer and the evolution of cnidarian stinging cells (2009)

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New clues to actin function in chromatin regulation (2008)

Centrosomal RNA correlates with intron-poor nuclear genes in Spisula oocytes. (2008)

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Actin-related proteins in chromatin-level control of the cell cycle and developmental transitions (2007)

The nuclear tubular invaginations are dynamic structures inside the nucleus of HeLa cells. (2006)

Centrosome-associated RNA in surf clam oocytes (2006)

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Scientists prove that parts of the cell nuclei are not arranged at random. (2006)

Selective detection and transport of fully matched DNA by DNA-loaded microtubule and kinesin motor protein. (2006).

Tertiary Endosymbiosis Driven Genome Evolution in Dinoflagellate Algae (2005)

Endosymbiotic Bacteriodales bacteria of the flagellated protist Pseudotrichonympha grassii in the gut of the termite Coptotermes formosanus. (2005)

Motor Proteins and endosymbionts (2005)

Nuclear bodies and compartments: functional roles and cellular signalling in health and disease. (2004)

The ring of life provides evidence for a genome fusion origin of eukaryotes (2004)

Endosymbiotic gene transfer: organelle genomes forge eukaryotic chromosomes (2004)

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Genome Evolution in Bacterial Endosymbionts of Insects. (2002)

Facultative bacterial endosymbionts benefit pea aphids Acyrthosiphon pisum during heat stress. (2002)

Export from Pericentriolar Endocytic Recycling Compartment to Cell Surface Depends on Stable, Detyrosinated (Glu) Microtubules and Kinesin (2001)

Eukaryotic chromosomes made of viruses? (2001)

Origin pairing (‘handcuffing’) as a mode of negative control of P1 plasmid copy number.  (2001) (pdf download available)

Four intracellular genomes direct weevel biology: Nuclear, mitochondrial, principal endosymbiont, and Wolbachia. (1999) (pdf download available)

Fungi are more closely related to animals than to plants. (1997)

Archaea and the prokaryote-to-eukaryote transition. (1997) (pdf download available)

Mapping of a replication origin within the promoter region of two unlinked, abundantly transcribed actin genes of Physarum polycephalum. (1996)

Major nonhistone proteins of rat liver chromatin: preliminary identification of myosin, actin, tubulin, and tropomyosin (1996)

Microtubules of the flagellar apparatus are active during prey capture in the chrysophycean alga Epipyxis pulchra (1992)

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Contractile proteins. Major components of nuclear and chromosome non-histone proteins. (1975)

The fine structure of a nuclear envelope associated endosymbiont of paramecium. (1970)  (pdf download available)

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