Member of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO)
Claudio E. Sunkel focuses on Cell biology, Molecular biology, Kinetochore, Spindle apparatus and Prophase. He works on Cell biology which deals in particular with Microtubule. His work carried out in the field of Molecular biology brings together such families of science as Chromatin, Transcription, Gene, Anaphase and RNA polymerase II.
His Kinetochore study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Metaphase and Centromere. Claudio E. Sunkel usually deals with Spindle apparatus and limits it to topics linked to Mitosis and Centrosome and Polo kinase. In his research on the topic of Prophase, Condensin and Cohesin is strongly related with Sister chromatids.
Claudio E. Sunkel mostly deals with Cell biology, Mitosis, Kinetochore, Spindle checkpoint and Spindle apparatus. His Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Prophase, Anaphase, Centrosome and Chromosome segregation. His studies deal with areas such as Molecular biology, Mitotic exit, Interphase and Polo kinase as well as Mitosis.
The concepts of his Kinetochore study are interwoven with issues in Metaphase and Centromere. He works mostly in the field of Spindle checkpoint, limiting it down to topics relating to Carcinogenesis and, in certain cases, Progenitor cell, as a part of the same area of interest. His work in Spindle apparatus covers topics such as Sister chromatids which are related to areas like Condensin and Chromatid.
His main research concerns Cell biology, Mitosis, Spindle checkpoint, Kinetochore and Stem cell. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Spindle apparatus and Gene. His Spindle apparatus study combines topics in areas such as Metaphase, Cell cycle checkpoint and RNA interference.
His Mitosis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cytoplasm, Chromosome segregation, Prophase, Phosphorylation and Mitotic exit. His Spindle checkpoint research integrates issues from Gene silencing, Anaphase and Protein phosphatase 1. His Kinetochore study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Microtubule.
Claudio E. Sunkel mainly investigates Cell biology, Mitosis, Phosphorylation, Cytoplasm and Mitotic exit. Claudio E. Sunkel combines subjects such as Centrosome, Prophase, Anaphase and Kinetochore with his study of Cell biology. His Centrosome research includes elements of Carcinogenesis, Aneuploidy, Stem cell and Cell growth.
Prophase and SCRIB are two areas of study in which Claudio E. Sunkel engages in interdisciplinary work. Claudio E. Sunkel has included themes like Spindle apparatus, Cell cycle checkpoint and Metaphase in his Anaphase study. His primary area of study in Kinetochore is in the field of Spindle checkpoint.
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polo, a mitotic mutant of Drosophila displaying abnormal spindle poles.
C.E. Sunkel;D.M. Glover.
Journal of Cell Science (1988)
polo encodes a protein kinase homolog required for mitosis in Drosophila.
S Llamazares;A Moreira;A Tavares;C Girdham.
Genes & Development (1991)
Mutations in the Essential Spindle Checkpoint Gene bub1 Cause Chromosome Missegregation and Fail to Block Apoptosis in Drosophila
Joydeep Basu;Hassan Bousbaa;Elsa Logarinho;ZeXiao Li.
Journal of Cell Biology (1999)
The 55 kd regulatory subunit of Drosophila protein phosphatase 2A is required for anaphase
Regina E. Mayer-Jaekel;Hiroyuki Ohkura;Rui Gomes;Claudio E. Sunkel.
Human CLASP1 Is an Outer Kinetochore Component that Regulates Spindle Microtubule Dynamics
Helder Maiato;Helder Maiato;Elizabeth A.L. Fairley;Conly L. Rieder;Jason R. Swedlow.
A role for Drosophila SMC4 in the resolution of sister chromatids in mitosis
Soren Steffensen;Paula A. Coelho;Neville Cobbe;Sharron Vass.
Current Biology (2001)
Gamma-tubulin is required for the structure and function of the microtubule organizing centre in Drosophila neuroblasts.
C.E. Sunkel;R. Gomes;P. Sampaio;J. Perdigão.
The EMBO Journal (1995)
The Drosophila RAD21 cohesin persists at the centromere region in mitosis.
W D Warren;S Steffensen;E Lin;P Coelho.
Current Biology (2000)
Condensin-dependent localisation of topoisomerase II to an axial chromosomal structure is required for sister chromatid resolution during mitosis.
Paula A. Coelho;Joana Queiroz-Machado;Joana Queiroz-Machado;Claudio E. Sunkel;Claudio E. Sunkel.
Journal of Cell Science (2003)
Human Autoantibodies Reveal Titin as a Chromosomal Protein
Cristina Machado;Claudio E. Sunkel;Deborah J. Andrew.
Journal of Cell Biology (1998)
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