Cell biology, Mitosis, Mitotic exit, Cell division and Live cell imaging are his primary areas of study. The Cell biology study combines topics in areas such as Spindle apparatus, Separase, Aurora B kinase, Kinetochore and Fluorescence-lifetime imaging microscopy. His Mitosis study combines topics in areas such as Condensin, Aurora Kinase B, Chromosome segregation, Cytokinesis and Chromatin.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Protein phosphatase 2 and Annotation, Bioinformatics. In his study, Cytoplasm, Cleavage furrow ingression, Protein filament, ESCRT and Anatomy is strongly linked to Abscission, which falls under the umbrella field of Cell division. His research integrates issues of Phenotype, Super-resolution microscopy, Computational biology and Hidden Markov model in his study of Live cell imaging.
His main research concerns Cell biology, Mitosis, Cell division, Anaphase and Spindle apparatus. His Cell biology research integrates issues from Cytokinesis, Spindle checkpoint, Chromosome, Kinetochore and Chromatin. His work deals with themes such as Condensin, Chromosome segregation, Sister chromatids, Cell cycle and Mitotic exit, which intersect with Mitosis.
His Cell division research includes themes of Abscission and Microtubule. While the research belongs to areas of Anaphase, Daniel W. Gerlich spends his time largely on the problem of Metaphase, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Molecular biology. His Spindle apparatus study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Dynein and PLK1.
Cell biology, Mitosis, Sister chromatids, Chromatin and Anaphase are his primary areas of study. Daniel W. Gerlich has included themes like Spindle apparatus and Cytokinesis in his Cell biology study. His Mitosis research incorporates elements of Phenotype, Molecular biology and Chromosome, Chromosome segregation.
His research in Sister chromatids intersects with topics in Cell division, Chromatid and Cohesin. Daniel W. Gerlich combines subjects such as Cell nucleus, Epigenetics and Histone with his study of Chromatin. He interconnects Cancer cell and Cancer research in the investigation of issues within Anaphase.
Daniel W. Gerlich spends much of his time researching Cell biology, Mitosis, Cytokinesis, Cell division and Spindle apparatus. Daniel W. Gerlich combines subjects such as Protein subunit and Cleavage furrow ingression with his study of Cell biology. His study focuses on the intersection of Mitosis and fields such as Chromosome with connections in the field of Nuclear protein and Cell nucleus.
His Cytokinesis study combines topics in areas such as Cell cortex, Protein filament and Actin cytoskeleton. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Chromosome segregation, Sister chromatids, Microtubule cytoskeleton, Tubulin and Kinetochore. Daniel W. Gerlich has included themes like Phenotype, microRNA and Cell fate determination in his Spindle apparatus study.
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Phenotypic profiling of the human genome by time-lapse microscopy reveals cell division genes
Beate Neumann;Thomas Walter;Jean Karim Hériché;Jutta Bulkescher.
Fluorogenic probes for live-cell imaging of the cytoskeleton.
Gražvydas Lukinavičius;Luc Reymond;Elisa D'Este;Anastasiya Masharina.
Nature Methods (2014)
Aurora B-Mediated Abscission Checkpoint Protects against Tetraploidization
Patrick Steigemann;Claudia Wurzenberger;Michael H.A. Schmitz;Michael Held.
Nuclear Envelope Breakdown Proceeds by Microtubule-Induced Tearing of the Lamina
Joël Beaudouin;Daniel Gerlich;Nathalie Daigle;Roland Eils.
Cortical Constriction During Abscission Involves Helices of ESCRT-III–Dependent Filaments
Julien Guizetti;Julien Guizetti;Lothar Schermelleh;Jana Mäntler;Sandra Maar.
Roles of Polo-like Kinase 1 in the Assembly of Functional Mitotic Spindles
Izabela Sumara;Juan F. Giménez-Abián;Juan F. Giménez-Abián;Daniel Gerlich;Toru Hirota.
Current Biology (2004)
Distinct functions of condensin I and II in mitotic chromosome assembly.
Toru Hirota;Daniel Gerlich;Birgit Koch;Jan Ellenberg.
Journal of Cell Science (2004)
Global Chromosome Positions Are Transmitted through Mitosis in Mammalian Cells
Daniel Gerlich;Joël Beaudouin;Bernd Kalbfuss;Nathalie Daigle.
Live-cell imaging reveals a stable cohesin-chromatin interaction after but not before DNA replication.
Daniel Gerlich;Birgit Koch;Florine Dupeux;Jan-Michael Peters.
Current Biology (2006)
CellCognition: time-resolved phenotype annotation in high-throughput live cell imaging
Michael Held;Michael Held;Michael H A Schmitz;Michael H A Schmitz;Bernd Fischer;Thomas Walter.
Nature Methods (2010)
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