meiotic drive

Lampson MA, Black BE. 2017. Cellular and molecular mechanisms of centromere drive. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology Volume LXXXII. pdf

Chmátal L, Schultz RM, Black BE, Lampson MA. 2017. Cell biology of cheating – transmission of centromeres and other selfish elements through asymmetric meiosis. In Centromeres and Kinetochores. Ed. B. E. Black. Progress in Molecular and Subcellular Biology. Springer International Publishing. pdf

Akera T, Chmátal L, Trimm E, Yang K, Aonbangkhen C, Chenoweth DM, Janke C, Schultz RM, Lampson MA. 2017. Spindle asymmetry drives non-Mendelian chromosome segregation. Science 358(6363):668-672. pdf and see Perspective by McNally and video from ScienceHighlight in Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology, Dispatch by Kim and Desai in Current Biology, Spotlight by Laloraya in Trends in Cell Biologyreview by Kursel and Malik in Current Opinion in Cell Biology.

Iwata-Otsubo A, Dawicki-McKenna JM, Akera T, Falk SJ, Chmátal L, Yang K, Sullivan BA, Schultz RM, Lampson MA*, Black BE*. 2017. Amplified satellite repeats act as selfish elements in female meiosis. Current Biology 27(15):2365-2373. *Shared corresponding authors. pdf and see Dispatch by Kim and Desai in Current Biology and review by Kursel and Malik in Current Opinion in Cell Biology.

Chmátal L, Gabrial SI, Mitsainas GP, Martínez-Vargas J, Ventura J, Searle JB, Schultz RM, Lampson MA. 2014. Centromere strength provides the cell biological basis for meiotic drive and karyotype evolution in mice. Current Biology 24(19):2295-300. pdf and see Dispatch by Ross and Malik.