Michael A. Lampson

Affiliations: 
Cell and Molecular Biology University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Area:
Cell Biology, Human Development, Molecular Biology
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Teresa Chiang grad student 2011 Penn
Olga Davydenko grad student 2013 Penn
X. M. Zhang grad student 2014 Penn
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Kumon T, Lampson MA. (2022) Evolution of eukaryotic centromeres by drive and suppression of selfish genetic elements. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology
Maier NK, Ma J, Lampson MA, et al. (2021) Separase cleaves the kinetochore protein Meikin at the meiosis I/II transition. Developmental Cell
Chen GY, Renda F, Zhang H, et al. (2021) Tension promotes kinetochore-microtubule release by Aurora B kinase. The Journal of Cell Biology. 220
Das A, Black BE, Lampson MA. (2020) Maternal inheritance of centromeres through the germline. Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 140: 35-54
Yang Y, Lampson MA, Black BE. (2020) Centromere identity and function put to use: construction and transfer of mammalian artificial chromosomes to animal models. Essays in Biochemistry
Guan Y, Leu NA, Ma J, et al. (2020) SKP1 drives the prophase I to metaphase I transition during male meiosis. Science Advances. 6: eaaz2129
Akera T, Trimm E, Lampson MA. (2019) Molecular Strategies of Meiotic Cheating by Selfish Centromeres. Cell
Wu DZ, Lackner RM, Aonbangkhen C, et al. (2019) Reversible optogenetic control of protein function and localization. Methods in Enzymology. 624: 25-45
Akera T, Lampson MA. (2019) Chromosome Segregation: Poor Supervision in the Early Stage of Life. Current Biology : Cb. 29: R156-R158
Huang H, Lampson M, Efimov A, et al. (2018) Chromosome instability in tumor cells due to defects in Aurora B mediated error correction at kinetochores. Cell Cycle (Georgetown, Tex.)
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