Edinburgh Research Explorer

Bill Earnshaw

Professor of Chromosome Dynamics

  1. Vertebrate cells genetically deficient for Cdc14A or Cdc14B retain DNA damage checkpoint proficiency but are impaired in DNA repair

    Mocciaro, A., Berdougo, E., Zeng, K., Black, E., Vagnarelli, P., Earnshaw, W., Gillespie, D., Jallepalli, P. & Schiebel, E., 17 May 2010, In: Journal of Cell Biology. 189, 4, p. 631-639 9 p.

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  2. Epigenetic engineering reveals a balance between histone modifications and transcription in kinetochore maintenance: H3K4me2 is necessary for kinetochore assembly and function

    Molina, O., Vargiu, G., Alba Abad, M., Zhiteneva, A., Arulanandam, J., Masumoto, H., Kouprina, N., Larionov, V. & Earnshaw, W., 14 Nov 2016, In: Nature Communications. 51 p.

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  3. PREditOR: A synthetic biology approach to removing heterochromatin from cells

    Molina, O., Carmena, M., Maudlin, I. E. & Earnshaw, W. C., 6 Dec 2016, In: Chromosome Research. 24, 4, p. 495-509

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  4. Using human artificial chromosomes to study centromere assembly and function

    Molina, O., Kouprina, N., Masumoto, H., Larionov, V. & Earnshaw, W., 1 Oct 2017, In: Chromosoma. p. 559-575 17 p.

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  5. Nano Random Forests to mine protein complexes and their relationships in quantitative proteomics data

    Montaño-gutierrez, L., Ohta, S., Kustatscher, G., Earnshaw, B. & Rappsilber, J., 5 Jan 2017, In: Molecular Biology of the Cell.

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  6. Inactivation of a Human Kinetochore by Specific Targeting of Chromatin Modifiers

    Nakano, M., Cardinale, S., Noskov, V. N., Gassmann, R., Vagnarelli, P., Kandels-Lewis, S., Larionov, V., Earnshaw, W. C. & Masumoto, H., 15 Apr 2008, In: Developmental Cell. 14, 4, p. 507-522 16 p.

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  7. The protein composition of mitotic chromosomes determined using multi-classifier combinatorial proteomics

    Ohta, S., Bukowski-Wills, J-C., Sanchez-Pulido, L., Alves, F. D. L., Wood, L., Chen, Z., Platani, M., Fischer, L., Hudson, D. F., Ponting, C., Fukagawa, T., Earnshaw, W. C. & Rappsilber, J., Nov 2010, In: Mutagenesis. 25, 6, p. 635-635 1 p.

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  8. CENP-32 is required to maintain centrosomal dominance in bipolar spindle assembly

    Ohta, S., Wood, L., Toramoto, I., Yagyu, K. I., Fukagawa, T. & Earnshaw, W. C., 15 Apr 2015, In: Molecular Biology of the Cell. 26, 7, p. 1225-1237 13 p.

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  9. Building mitotic chromosomes

    Ohta, S., Wood, L., Bukowski-Wills, J-C., Rappsilber, J. & Earnshaw, W. C., Feb 2011, In: Current opinion in cell biology. 23, 1, p. 114-121 8 p.

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  10. The Protein Composition of Mitotic Chromosomes Determined Using Multiclassifier Combinatorial Proteomics

    Ohta, S., Bukowski-Wills, J-C., Sanchez-Pulido, L., Alves, F. D. L., Wood, L., Chen, Z. A., Platani, M., Fischer, L., Hudson, D. F., Ponting, C., Fukagawa, T., Earnshaw, W. C. & Rappsilber, J., 3 Sep 2010, In: Cell. 142, 5, p. 810-821 12 p.

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