Nabeshima Group


  1. Bilgir C., Dombecki C.R., Chen P. F., Villeneuve A.M., and Nabeshima, K.. Assembly of the Synaptonemal Complex Is a Highly Temperature-Sensitive Process That Is Supported by PGL-1 During Caenorhabditis elegans Meiosis. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 2013, 3, 585-594. cdb logo
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  3. Nabeshima, K. Collaborative Homologous Pairing during C. elegans Meiosis. Worm 2012, 19528. cdb logo
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  5. Yokoo, R., Zawadzki, K.A., Nabeshima, K., Drake, M., Arur, S., and Villeneuve, A.M. COSA-1 Reveals Robust Homeostasis and Separable Licensing and Reinforcement Steps Governing Meiotic Crossovers. Cell 2012, 149, 75-87. cdb logo

  6. Zhang, W., Miley, N., Zastrow, M.S., MacQueen, A.J., Sato, A., Nabeshima, K., Martinez-Perez, E., Mlynarczyk-Evans, S., Carlton, P.M., and Villeneuve, A.M. HAL-2 Promotes Homologous Pairing during Caenorhabditis elegans Meiosis by Antagonizing Inhibitory Effects of Synaptonemal Complex Precursors. PLoS Genetics 2012, 8, e1002880. cdb logo

  7. Dombecki, C.R., Chiang, A.C.Y., Kang, H.-J., Bilgir, C., Stefanski, N.A., Neva, B.J., Klerkx, E.P.F., and Nabeshima, K. The Chromodomain Protein MRG-1 Facilitates SC-Independent Homologous Pairing during Meiosis in Caenorhabditis elegans. Developmental cell 2011, 21, 1092-1103. cdb logo

  8. Nabeshima, K., Mlynarczyk-Evans, S., and Villeneuve, A. M. Chromosome Painting Reveals Asynaptic Full Alignment of Homologs and HIM-8 Dependent Remodeling of X Chromosome Territories during Caenorhabditis elegans Meiosis. PLoS genetics 2011, 7, e1002231. cdb logo

  9. Henzel, J. V.,Nabeshima, K., Schvarzstein, M., Turner, B. E., Villeneuve, A. M., and Hillers, K. J. An Asymmetric Chromosome Pair Undergoes Synaptic Adjustment and Crossover Redistribution During Caenorhabditis elegans Meiosis: Implications for Sex Chromosome Evolution. Genetics 2011, 187, 685-699. cdb logo

  10. Nabeshima, K. Chromosome Structure and Homologous Chromosome Association During Meiotic Prophase in Caenorhabditis elegans. Methods Mol Biol 2011, 549-562. cdb logo

  11. Yuen, K.W., Nabeshima, K., Oegema, K., and Desai, A. Rapid De Novo Centromere Formation Occurs Independently of Heterochromatin Protein 1 in C. elegans Embryos. Curr Biol 2011, 21, 1800-1807. cdb logo

  12. Nabeshima, K., Villeneuve, A. M., and Colaiacovo, M. P. Crossing over is coupled to late meiotic prophase bivalent differentiation through asymmetric disassembly of the SC. J Cell Biol 2005, 168, 683-689. cdb logo
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  14. Nabeshima, K., Villeneuve, A. M., and Hillers, K. J. Chromosome-wide regulation of meiotic crossover formation in Caenorhabditis elegans requires properly assembled chromosome axes. Genetics 2004, 168, 1275-1292. cdb logo

  15. Couteau, F., Nabeshima, K., Villeneuve, A., and Zetka, M. A component of C. elegans meiotic chromosome axes at the interface of homolog alignment, synapsis, nuclear reorganization, and recombination. Curr Biol 2004, 14, 585-592. cdb logo

  16. Shimada M., Nabeshima K., Tougan T., and H. Nojima. The meiotic recombination checkpoint is regulated by checkpoint rad+ genes in fission yeast. EMBO J 2002, 21: 2807-2818, 2002. cdb logo

  17. Nabeshima, K., Y. Kakihara, Y. Hiraoka, and H. Nojima. A novel meiosis-specific protein of fission yeast, Meu13p, promotes homologous pairing independently of homologous recombination. EMBO J 2001, 20: 3871-3881. cdb logo