Melpomeni Platani
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Cajal body dynamics and association with chromatin are ATP-dependent
M Platani, I Goldberg, AI Lamond, JR Swedlow
Nature cell biology 4 (7), 502-508, 2002
In vivo analysis of Cajal body movement, separation, and joining in live human cells
M Platani, I Goldberg, JR Swedlow, AI Lamond
The Journal of cell biology 151 (7), 1561-1574, 2000
The protein composition of mitotic chromosomes determined using multiclassifier combinatorial proteomics
S Ohta, JC Bukowski-Wills, L Sanchez-Pulido, F de Lima Alves, L Wood, ...
Cell 142 (5), 810-821, 2010
Dynamic interactions between splicing snRNPs, coiled bodies and nucleoli revealed using snRNP protein fusions to the green fluorescent protein
J Sleeman, CE Lyon, M Platani, JP Kreivi, AI Lamond
Experimental cell research 243 (2), 290-304, 1998
The chromosomal passenger complex activates Polo kinase at centromeres
M Carmena, X Pinson, M Platani, Z Salloum, Z Xu, A Clark, F MacIsaac, ...
PLoS biology 10 (1), e1001250, 2012
Live cell imaging using wide-field microscopy and deconvolution
JR Swedlow, M Platani
Cell structure and function 27 (5), 335-341, 2002
Direct membrane protein–DNA interactions required early in nuclear envelope assembly
S Ulbert, M Platani, S Boue, IW Mattaj
The Journal of cell biology 173 (4), 469-476, 2006
The Nup107-160 nucleoporin complex promotes mitotic events via control of the localization state of the chromosome passenger complex
M Platani, R Santarella-Mellwig, M Posch, R Walczak, JR Swedlow, ...
Molecular biology of the cell 20 (24), 5260-5275, 2009
Nup53 is required for nuclear envelope and nuclear pore complex assembly
LA Hawryluk-Gara, M Platani, R Santarella, RW Wozniak, IW Mattaj
Molecular biology of the cell 19 (4), 1753-1762, 2008
Macromolecular mobility inside the cell nucleus
M Carmo-Fonseca, M Platani, JR Swedlow
Trends in cell biology 12 (11), 491-495, 2002
Two interlinked bistable switches govern mitotic control in mammalian cells
S Rata, MFSP Rodriguez, S Joseph, N Peter, FE Iturra, F Yang, ...
Current biology 28 (23), 3824-3832. e6, 2018
The inner nuclear membrane protein Lem2 is critical for normal nuclear envelope morphology
S Ulbert, W Antonin, M Platani, IW Mattaj
FEBS letters 580 (27), 6435-6441, 2006
The inner centromere protein (INCENP) coil is a single α-helix (SAH) domain that binds directly to microtubules and is important for chromosome passenger complex (CPC …
K Samejima, M Platani, M Wolny, H Ogawa, G Vargiu, PJ Knight, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 290 (35), 21460-21472, 2015
Functional analysis after rapid degradation of condensins and 3D-EM reveals chromatin volume is uncoupled from chromosome architecture in mitosis
K Samejima, DG Booth, H Ogawa, JR Paulson, L Xie, CA Watson, ...
Journal of cell science 131 (4), jcs210187, 2018
HP 1α targets the chromosomal passenger complex for activation at heterochromatin before mitotic entry
JG Ruppert, K Samejima, M Platani, O Molina, H Kimura, AA Jeyaprakash, ...
The EMBO journal 37 (6), e97677, 2018
Mio depletion links mTOR regulation to Aurora A and Plk1 activation at mitotic centrosomes
M Platani, L Trinkle-Mulcahy, M Porter, AA Jeyaprakash, WC Earnshaw
Journal of Cell Biology 210 (1), 45-62, 2015
Nuclear organisation and subnuclear bodies
M Platani, AI Lamond
RNA trafficking and nuclear structure dynamics, 1-22, 2008
Seh1 targets GATOR2 and Nup153 to mitotic chromosomes
M Platani, I Samejima, K Samejima, MT Kanemaki, WC Earnshaw
Journal of Cell Science 131 (9), jcs213140, 2018
Microinjection of antibodies targeting the lamin A/C histone-binding site blocks mitotic entry and reveals separate chromatin interactions with HP1, CenpB and PML
CR Dixon, M Platani, AA Makarov, EC Schirmer
Cells 6 (2), 9, 2017
The INCENP coil is a single alpha helical (SAH) domain that binds directly to microtubules and is important for CPC localization and function in mitosis
K Samejima, M Platani, M Wolny, H Ogawa, G Vargiu, PJ Knight, ...
J. Biol. Chem 290, 21460-21472, 2015
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