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Methods to study toxic transgenes in C. elegans: an analysis of protease-dead separase in the C. elegans embryo

bioRxiv

Feb 6, 2014

Diana M MitchellJoshua N Bembenek

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We investigated whether the protease activity of separase, which is required for chromosome segregation, is also required for its other roles during anaphase in C. elegans given that non-proteolytic functions of separase have been identified in other organisms. We find that expression o...read more

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Methods to study toxic transgenes in C. elegans: an analysis of protease-dead separase in the C. elegans embryo

bioRxiv

Feb 6, 2014

Diana M MitchellJoshua N Bembenek

PMID: 990002444

DOI: 10.1101/002444

Abstract

We investigated whether the protease activity of separase, which is required for chromosome segregation, is also required for its other roles during anaphase in C. elegans given that non-proteolytic functions of separase have been identified in other organisms. We find that expression o...read more

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ESPL1 gene
Compsocus elegans
Chrysis elegans
Cyclanorbis elegans
Ceramium elegans
Cybiosarda elegans
Crella elegans
Chrysolampus elegans
Clathrulina elegans
Callisthenes elegans
3
1

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