Edinburgh Research Explorer

Bill Earnshaw

Professor of Chromosome Dynamics

  1. 2014
  2. Targeting the INCENP in-box-Aurora B interaction to inhibit CPC activity in vivo

    Gohard, F. H., St-Cyr, D. J., Tyers, M. & Earnshaw, W. C., 1 Jan 2014, In : Open Biology. 4, 11, 140163.

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  3. 2013
  4. A new assay for measuring chromosome instability (CIN) and identification of drugs that elevate CIN in cancer cells

    Lee, H-S., Lee, N. C. O., Samoshkin, A., Kononenko, A. V., Kouprina, N., Larionov, V., Grimes, B. R., Bansal, R., Masumoto, H. & Earnshaw, W. C., 22 May 2013, In : BMC Cancer. 13, 12 p., 252.

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  5. Protecting a transgene expression from the HAC-based vector by different chromatin insulators

    Lee, N. C., Kononenko, A. V., Lee, H-S., Larionov, V., Kouprina, N., Tolkunova, E. N., Liskovykh, M. A., Tomilin, A. N., Masumoto, H. & Earnshaw, W. C., 16 May 2013, In : Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences. 15 p.

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  6. Re-engineering an alphoid-HAC-based vector to enable high-throughput analyses of gene function

    Kononenko, A. V., Lee, N. C. O., Kouprina, N., Larionov, V. & Earnshaw, W. C., 1 May 2013, In : Nucleic Acids Research. 41, 10, e107.

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  7. A new generation of human artificial chromosomes for functional genomics and gene therapy

    Kouprina, N., Larionov, V., Earnshaw, W. C. & Masumoto, H., 1 Apr 2013, In : Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences. 70, 7, p. 1135-1148 14 p.

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  8. Esperanto for histones: CENP-A, not CenH3, is the centromeric histone H3 variant

    Earnshaw, B., Allshire, R., Black, B. E., Bloom, K., Salmon, E. D., Brinkley, B. R., Brown, W., Cheesman, I. M., Choo, K. H. A., Copenhaver, G. P., DeLuca, J. G. & (47 other authors), E. A., Apr 2013, In : Chromosome Research. 21, 2, p. 101-106

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  9. Chromosome Engineering Allows the Efficient Isolation of Vertebrate Neocentromeres

    Shang, W-H., Hori, T., Fukagawa, T., Toyoda, A., Fujiyama, A., Misu, S., Monma, N., Ikeo, K., Hiratani, I., Maeshima, K., Martins, N. M. C., Earnshaw, W. C. & Kimura, H., 25 Mar 2013, In : Developmental Cell. 24, 6, p. 635-648 14 p.

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  10. Condensin i associates with structural and gene regulatory regions in vertebrate chromosomes

    Kim, J. H., Zhang, T., Wong, N. C., Davidson, N., Maksimovic, J., Oshlack, A., Earnshaw, W. C., Kalitsis, P. & Hudson, D. F., 2013, In : Nature Communications. 4, 2537.

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  11. Nap1 regulates proper CENP-B binding to nucleosomes

    Tachiwana, H., Miya, Y., Shono, N., Ohzeki, J-I., Osakabe, A., Otake, K., Larionov, V., Earnshaw, W. C., Kimura, H., Masumoto, H. & Kurumizaka, H., 2013, In : Nucleic Acids Research. 41, 5, p. 2869-2880 12 p.

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  12. 2012
  13. Organization of synthetic alphoid DNA array in human artificial chromosome (HAC) with a conditional centromere

    Kouprina, N., Samoshkin, A., Erliandri, I., Nakano, M., Lee, H-S., Fu, H., Iida, Y., Aladjem, M., Oshimura, M., Masumoto, H., Earnshaw, W. C. & Larionov, V., 21 Dec 2012, In : ACS Synthetic Biology. 1, 12, p. 590-601 12 p.

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