2009 - Member of Academia Europaea
Member of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO)
His primary areas of investigation include Genetics, Meiosis, Cell biology, Synaptonemal complex and Synapsis. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Computational biology and Genetics. His Meiosis research includes themes of Telomere, Molecular biology and Homologous chromosome.
His work on Proteasome, Protein kinase A and Kinase as part of his general Cell biology study is frequently connected to Cyclin B, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Christer Höög focuses mostly in the field of Synaptonemal complex, narrowing it down to topics relating to Chromosomal crossover and, in certain cases, FLP-FRT recombination, Ectopic recombination and Mitotic crossover. His Chromosome segregation research includes elements of Spindle apparatus, Spindle checkpoint and Cohesin.
His primary areas of study are Genetics, Meiosis, Cell biology, Synaptonemal complex and Synapsis. His work on Computational biology expands to the thematically related Genetics. His Meiosis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Homologous chromosome, Aneuploidy and Homologous recombination.
The various areas that Christer Höög examines in his Cell biology study include Telomere and Molecular biology. In the subject of general Synaptonemal complex, his work in Synaptonemal Complex Protein 1 is often linked to Central element, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Synapsis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Lateral element and Chromosomal crossover.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Meiosis, Genetics, Synaptonemal complex, Synapsis and Chromosome segregation. Christer Höög has researched Meiosis in several fields, including Homologous chromosome, Homologous recombination and Cell biology. In his work, Cell Cycle Protein and Anaphase is strongly intertwined with Aneuploidy, which is a subfield of Cell biology.
Christer Höög conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Genetics and MDC1 through his works. Many of his studies on Synapsis apply to Chromosomal crossover as well. The concepts of his Centromere study are interwoven with issues in Lateral element and Chiasma.
Christer Höög mainly investigates Genetics, Meiosis, Chromosome segregation, Synapsis and Synaptonemal complex. His Homologous recombination, Prophase, Centromere and Mitotic crossover study, which is part of a larger body of work in Genetics, is frequently linked to Age related, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work carried out in the field of Homologous recombination brings together such families of science as Chromosome movement, Homologous chromosome and Chromosome, Chiasma.
His research in Homologous chromosome intersects with topics in Biorientation and Cohesin. The study incorporates disciplines such as Lateral element and Meiotic chromosome segregation in addition to Prophase. His studies in Mitotic crossover integrate themes in fields like FLP-FRT recombination, Chromosomal crossover and Ectopic recombination.
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The murine SCP3 gene is required for synaptonemal complex assembly, chromosome synapsis, and male fertility.
Li Yuan;Jian-Guo Liu;Jian Zhao;Eva Brundell.
Molecular Cell (2000)
Female Germ Cell Aneuploidy and Embryo Death in Mice Lacking the Meiosis-Specific Protein SCP3
Li Yuan;Jian-Guo Liu;Mary-Rose Hoja;Johannes Wilbertz.
PKA and MPF-Activated Polo-like Kinase Regulate Anaphase-Promoting Complex Activity and Mitosis Progression
Shuji Kotani;Stuart Tugendreich;Mika Fujii;Pia-Marie Jorgensen.
Molecular Cell (1998)
Age-Related Meiotic Segregation Errors in Mammalian Oocytes Are Preceded by Depletion of Cohesin and Sgo2
Lisa Martine Lister;Lisa Martine Lister;Anna Kouznetsova;Louise Ann Hyslop;Dimitrios Kalleas;Dimitrios Kalleas.
Current Biology (2010)
The murine Ki-67 cell proliferation antigen accumulates in the nucleolar and heterochromatic regions of interphase cells and at the periphery of the mitotic chromosomes in a process essential for cell cycle progression
Maria Starborg;Katarina Gell;Eva Brundell;Christer Höög.
Journal of Cell Science (1996)
Identification of BIME as a subunit of the anaphase-promoting complex.
Jan-Michael Peters;Randall W. King;Christer Höög;Marc W. Kirschner.
High-throughput protein expression of cDNA products as a tool in functional genomics.
Magnus Larsson;Susanne Gräslund;Li Yuan;Eva Brundell.
Journal of Biotechnology (2000)
A Meiotic Chromosomal Core Consisting of Cohesin Complex Proteins Recruits DNA Recombination Proteins and Promotes Synapsis in the Absence of an Axial Element in Mammalian Meiotic Cells
Jeanette Pelttari;Mary-Rose Hoja;Li Yuan;Jian-Guo Liu.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (2001)
RNF212 is a dosage-sensitive regulator of crossing-over during mammalian meiosis
April Reynolds;Huanyu Qiao;Ye Yang;Jefferson K Chen.
Nature Genetics (2013)
Two novel proteins recruited by synaptonemal complex protein 1 (SYCP1) are at the centre of meiosis
Yael Costa;Robert Speed;Rupert Öllinger;Manfred Alsheimer.
Journal of Cell Science (2005)
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