Ivana Gasic

Affiliations: 
Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
Area:
cell biology
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Gasic I, Groendyke BJ, Nowak RP, et al. (2020) Tubulin Resists Degradation by Cereblon-Recruiting PROTACs. Cells. 9
Lin Z, Gasic I, Chandrasekaran V, et al. (2019) TTC5 mediates autoregulation of tubulin via mRNA degradation. Science (New York, N.Y.)
Gasic I, Boswell SA, Mitchison TJ. (2019) Tubulin mRNA stability is sensitive to change in microtubule dynamics caused by multiple physiological and toxic cues. Plos Biology. 17: e3000225
Gasic I, Mitchison TJ. (2018) Autoregulation and repair in microtubule homeostasis. Current Opinion in Cell Biology. 56: 80-87
Redli PM, Gasic I, Meraldi P, et al. (2016) The Ska complex promotes Aurora B activity to ensure chromosome biorientation. The Journal of Cell Biology. 215: 77-93
Gasic I, Nerurkar P, Meraldi P. (2015) Centrosome age regulates kinetochore-microtubule stability and biases chromosome mis-segregation. Elife. 4
Tan CH, Gasic I, Huber-Reggi SP, et al. (2015) The equatorial position of the metaphase plate ensures symmetric cell divisions. Elife. 4
Gasic I, Nerurkar P, Meraldi P. (2015) Author response: Centrosome age regulates kinetochore–microtubule stability and biases chromosome mis-segregation Elife
Tan CH, Gasic I, Huber-Reggi SP, et al. (2015) Author response: The equatorial position of the metaphase plate ensures symmetric cell divisions Elife
Vladimirou E, Mchedlishvili N, Gasic I, et al. (2013) Nonautonomous movement of chromosomes in mitosis. Developmental Cell. 27: 60-71
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