meiotic drive and spindle asymmetry

Takashi’s paper showing how selfish centromeres exploit spindle asymmetry in meiosis to bias their transmission to the egg is published in Science. The paper is featured in a Perspective and video from Science, Highlight in Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology, Dispatch in Current Biology, Spotlight in Trends in Cell Biology, review in Current Opinion in Cell Biology, and in Natural History Magazine.

minisymposium talks at ASCB

Huaiying and Takashi are giving talks at the 2017 ASCB annual meeting in Philadelphia. Huaiying’s talk: Optogenetic control of nuclear body assembly Sunday, Dec. 3 at 6:05 pm in Minisymposium 3: Inside the Nucleus: Genome Organization and Gene Expression Takashi’s talk: Microtubule destabilizing activity of selfish centromeres drives non-Mendelian segregation Sunday, Dec. 3 at 5:50 pm […]

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