Elmar Schiebel

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University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany 
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Zhang W, Khan A, Vitale J, et al. (2021) A short perinuclear amphipathic α-helix in Apq12 promotes nuclear pore complex biogenesis. Open Biology. 11: 210250
Partscht P, Uddin B, Schiebel E. (2021) Human cells lacking CDC14A and CDC14B show differences in ciliogenesis but not in mitotic progression. Journal of Cell Science. 134
Böhler A, Vermeulen BJA, Würtz M, et al. (2021) The gamma-tubulin ring complex: Deciphering the molecular organization and assembly mechanism of a major vertebrate microtubule nucleator. Bioessays : News and Reviews in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology. e2100114
Würtz M, Böhler A, Neuner A, et al. (2021) Reconstitution of the recombinant human γ-tubulin ring complex. Open Biology. 11: 200325
Rüthnick D, Vitale J, Neuner A, et al. (2021) The N-terminus of Sfi1 and yeast centrin Cdc31 provide the assembly site for a new spindle pole body. The Journal of Cell Biology. 220
Partscht P, Uddin B, Schiebel E. (2020) Human cells lacking CDC14A and CDC14B show differences in ciliogenesis but not in mitotic progression. Journal of Cell Science
Liu P, Würtz M, Zupa E, et al. (2020) Microtubule nucleation: The waltz between γ-tubulin ring complex and associated proteins. Current Opinion in Cell Biology. 68: 124-131
Zupa E, Zheng A, Neuner A, et al. (2020) The cryo-EM structure of a γ-TuSC elucidates architecture and regulation of minimal microtubule nucleation systems. Nature Communications. 11: 5705
Zupa E, Liu P, Würtz M, et al. (2020) The structure of the γ-TuRC: a 25-years-old molecular puzzle. Current Opinion in Structural Biology. 66: 15-21
Remo A, Li X, Schiebel E, et al. (2020) The Centrosome Linker and Its Role in Cancer and Genetic Disorders. Trends in Molecular Medicine. 26: 380-393
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