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Yost, S., de Wolf, B., Hanks, S., Zachariou, A., Marcozzi, C., Clarke, M., de Voer, R.M., Etemad, B., Uijttewaal, E., Ramsay, E., et al. (2017). Biallelic TRIP13 mutations predispose to Wilms tumor and chromosome missegregation. Nature genetics, Vol.49 (7), pp. 1148-1151.

Ajduk, A., Strauss, B., Pines, J. & Zernicka-Goetz, M. (2017). Delayed APC/C activation extends the first mitosis of mouse embryos. Scientific reports, Vol.7 (1).

Di Fiore, B., Wurzenberger, C., Davey, N.E. & Pines, J. (2016). The Mitotic Checkpoint Complex Requires an Evolutionary Conserved Cassette to Bind and Inhibit Active APC/C. Molecular cell, Vol.64 (6), pp. 1144-1153.

Izawa, D. & Pines, J. (2015). The mitotic checkpoint complex binds a second CDC20 to inhibit active APC/C. Nature, Vol.517 (7536), pp. 631-634.

Grallert, A., Boke, E., Hagting, A., Hodgson, B., Connolly, Y., Griffiths, J.R., Smith, D.L., Pines, J. & Hagan, I.M. (2015). A PP1–PP2A phosphatase relay controls mitotic progression. Nature, Vol.517 (7532), pp. 94-98.

Di Fiore, B., Davey, N.E., Hagting, A., Izawa, D., Mansfeld, J., Gibson, T.J. & Pines, J. (2015). The ABBA Motif Binds APC/C Activators and Is Shared by APC/C Substrates and Regulators. Developmental cell, Vol.32 (3), pp. 358-372.

Wieser, S. & Pines, J. (2015). The Biochemistry of Mitosis. Cold spring harbor perspectives in biology, Vol.7 (3), pp. a015776-a015776.

Matsusaka, T., Enquist-Newman, M., Morgan, D.O. & Pines, J. (2014). Co-activator independent differences in how the metaphase and anaphase APC/C recognise the same substrate. Biology open, Vol.3 (10), pp. 904-912.

Atkin, J., Halova, L., Ferguson, J., Hitchin, J.R., Lichawska-Cieslar, A., Jordan, A.M., Pines, J., Wellbrock, C. & Petersen, J. (2014). Torin1-mediated TOR kinase inhibition reduces Wee1 levels and advances mitotic commitment in fission yeast and HeLa cells. Journal of cell science, Vol.127 (6), pp. 1346-1356.

Collin, P., Nashchekina, O., Walker, R. & Pines, J. (2013). The spindle assembly checkpoint works like a rheostat rather than a toggle switch. Nature cell biology, Vol.15 (11), pp. 1378-1385.

Izawa, D. & Pines, J. (2012). Mad2 and the APC/C compete for the same site on Cdc20 to ensure proper chromosome segregation. The journal of cell biology, Vol.199 (1), pp. 27-37.

Florindo, C., Perdigão, J., Fesquet, D., Schiebel, E., Pines, J. & Tavares, Á.A. (2012). Human Mob1 proteins are required for cytokinesis by controlling microtubule stability. Journal of cell science, Vol.125 (13), pp. 3085-3090.

Pines, J. (2012). A red light in mitosis. Nature reviews molecular cell biology, Vol.13 (8), pp. 482-482.

Izawa, D. & Pines, J. (2011). How APC/C–Cdc20 changes its substrate specificity in mitosis. Nature cell biology, Vol.13 (3), pp. 223-233.

Pines, J. (2011). Cubism and the cell cycle: the many faces of the APC/C. Nature reviews molecular cell biology, Vol.12 (7), pp. 427-438.

Pagliuca, F.W., Collins, M.O., Lichawska, A., Zegerman, P., Choudhary, J.S. & Pines, J. (2011). Quantitative Proteomics Reveals the Basis for the Biochemical Specificity of the Cell-Cycle Machinery. Molecular cell, Vol.43 (3), pp. 406-417.

Mansfeld, J., Collin, P., Collins, M.O., Choudhary, J.S. & Pines, J. (2011). APC15 drives the turnover of MCC-CDC20 to make the spindle assembly checkpoint responsive to kinetochore attachment. Nature cell biology, Vol.13 (10), pp. 1234-1243.

Pines, J. & Hagan, I. (2011). The Renaissance or the cuckoo clock. Philosophical transactions of the royal society b: biological sciences, Vol.366 (1584), pp. 3625-3634.

Gavet, O. & Pines, J. (2010). Progressive Activation of CyclinB1-Cdk1 Coordinates Entry to Mitosis. Developmental cell, Vol.18 (4), pp. 533-543.

Khodjakov, A. & Pines, J. (2010). Centromere tension: a divisive issue. Nature cell biology, Vol.12 (10), pp. 919-923.

Gavet, O. & Pines, J. (2010). Activation of cyclin B1–Cdk1 synchronizes events in the nucleus and the cytoplasm at mitosis. The journal of cell biology, Vol.189 (2), pp. 247-259.

Di Fiore, B. & Pines, J. (2010). How cyclin A destruction escapes the spindle assembly checkpoint. The journal of cell biology, Vol.190 (4), pp. 501-509.

Pines, J. (2009). The APC/C: A Smörgåsbord for Proteolysis. Molecular cell, Vol.34 (2), pp. 135-136.

Elder, A.D., Domin, A., Kaminski Schierle, G.S., Lindon, C., Pines, J., Esposito, A. & Kaminski, C.F. (2009). A quantitative protocol for dynamic measurements of protein interactions by Förster resonance energy transfer-sensitized fluorescence emission. Journal of the royal society interface, Vol.6 (suppl_1).

Garnett, M.J., Mansfeld, J., Godwin, C., Matsusaka, T., Wu, J., Russell, P., Pines, J. & Venkitaraman, A.R. (2009). UBE2S elongates ubiquitin chains on APC/C substrates to promote mitotic exit. Nature cell biology, Vol.11 (11), pp. 1363-1369.

Yekezare, M. & Pines, J. (2009). Escaping the firing squad: acetylation of BubR1 protects it from degradation in checkpoint cells. The embo journal, Vol.28 (14), pp. 1991-1993.

Ahel, I., Ahel, D., Matsusaka, T., Clark, A.J., Pines, J., Boulton, S.J. & West, S.C. (2008). Poly(ADP-ribose)-binding zinc finger motifs in DNA repair/checkpoint proteins. Nature, Vol.451 (7174), pp. 81-85.

Wolthuis, R., Clay-Farrace, L., van Zon, W., Yekezare, M., Koop, L., Ogink, J., Medema, R. & Pines, J. (2008). Cdc20 and Cks Direct the Spindle Checkpoint-Independent Destruction of Cyclin A. Molecular cell, Vol.30 (3), pp. 290-302.

Di Fiore, B. & Pines, J. (2008). Defining the role of Emi1 in the DNA replication–segregation cycle. Chromosoma, Vol.117 (4), pp. 333-338.

Floyd, S., Pines, J. & Lindon, C. (2008). APC/CCdh1 Targets Aurora Kinase to Control Reorganization of the Mitotic Spindle at Anaphase. Current biology, Vol.18 (21), pp. 1649-1658.

Nilsson, J., Yekezare, M., Minshull, J. & Pines, J. (2008). The APC/C maintains the spindle assembly checkpoint by targeting Cdc20 for destruction. Nature cell biology, Vol.10 (12), pp. 1411-1420.

Basto, R. & Pines, J. (2007). The Centrosome Opens the Way to Mitosis. Developmental cell, Vol.12 (4), pp. 475-477.

Di Fiore, B. & Pines, J. (2007). Emi1 is needed to couple DNA replication with mitosis but does not regulate activation of the mitotic APC/C. The journal of cell biology, Vol.177 (3), pp. 425-437.

Pines, J. (2006). Mitosis: a matter of getting rid of the right protein at the right time. Trends in cell biology, Vol.16 (1), pp. 55-63.

Pines, J. (2006). New approaches to research on mitosis. Methods, Vol.38 (1), pp. 1-1.

Dasso, M., Ohno, M., Pines, J. & Stewart, M. (2006). Meeting Report: International Symposium on Ran and the Cell Cycle, October 2-5, 2005, Awaji Yumebutai, Japan. Traffic, Vol.7 (4), pp. 474-478.

Acquaviva, C. (2006). The anaphase-promoting complex/cyclosome: APC/C. Journal of cell science, Vol.119 (12), pp. 2401-2404.

Pines, J. & Lindon, C. (2005). Proteolysis: anytime, any place, anywhere?. Nature cell biology, Vol.7 (8), pp. 731-735.

Acquaviva, C., Herzog, F., Kraft, C. & Pines, J. (2004). The anaphase promoting complex/cyclosome is recruited to centromeres by the spindle assembly checkpoint. Nature cell biology, Vol.6 (9), pp. 892-898.

Matsusaka, T. & Pines, J. (2004). Chfr acts with the p38 stress kinases to block entry to mitosis in mammalian cells. The journal of cell biology, Vol.166 (4), pp. 507-516.

Lindon, C. & Pines, J. (2004). Ordered proteolysis in anaphase inactivates Plk1 to contribute to proper mitotic exit in human cells. The journal of cell biology, Vol.164 (2), pp. 233-241.

Jackman, M., Lindon, C., Nigg, E.A. & Pines, J. (2003). Active cyclin B1–Cdk1 first appears on centrosomes in prophase. Nature cell biology, Vol.5 (2), pp. 143-148.

Clay-Farrace, L. (2003). Human replication protein Cdc6 prevents mitosis through a checkpoint mechanism that implicates Chk1. The embo journal, Vol.22 (3), pp. 704-712.

Kornbluth, S. & Pines, J. (2003). Cell division, growth and death Cell growth: live and let die. Curr opin cell biol, Vol.15 (6), pp. 645-647.

Kornbluth, S. & Pines, J. (2003). Cell division, growth and death. Current opinion in cell biology, Vol.15 (6), pp. 645-647.

Kraft, C. (2003). Mitotic regulation of the human anaphase-promoting complex by phosphorylation. The embo journal, Vol.22 (24), pp. 6598-6609.

Pines, J. (2002). Cell cycle trials in Salamanca: Workshop on G2/M progression and associated checkpoints. Embo reports, Vol.3 (1), pp. 17-21.

Nguyen, T.B., Manova, K., Capodieci, P., Lindon, C., Bottega, S., Wang, X.-., Refik-Rogers, J., Pines, J., Wolgemuth, D.J. & Koff, A., et al. (2002). Characterization and Expression of Mammalian Cyclin B3, a Prepachytene Meiotic Cyclin. Journal of biological chemistry, Vol.277 (44), pp. 41960-41969.

Jackman, M., Kubota, Y., den Elzen, N., Hagting, A. & Pines, J. (2002). Cyclin A- and Cyclin E-Cdk Complexes Shuttle between the Nucleus and the Cytoplasm. Molecular biology of the cell, Vol.13 (3), pp. 1030-1045.  show abstract

Hagting, A., den Elzen, N., Vodermaier, H.C., Waizenegger, I.C., Peters, J.-. & Pines, J. (2002). Human securin proteolysis is controlled by the spindle checkpoint and reveals when the APC/C switches from activation by Cdc20 to Cdh1. The journal of cell biology, Vol.157 (7), pp. 1125-1137.

Pines, J. & Rieder, C.L. (2001). Re-staging mitosis: a contemporary view of mitotic progression. Nature cell biology, Vol.3 (1), pp. E3-E6.

Okuno, Y. (2001). Stability, chromatin association and functional activity of mammalian pre-replication complex proteins during the cell cycle. The embo journal, Vol.20 (15), pp. 4263-4277.

den Elzen, N. & Pines, J. (2001). Cyclin a Is Destroyed in Prometaphase and Can Delay Chromosome Alignment and Anaphase. The journal of cell biology, Vol.153 (1), pp. 121-136.

Zernicka-Goetz, M. & Pines, J. (2001). Use of Green Fluorescent Protein in Mouse Embryos. Methods, Vol.24 (1), pp. 55-60.

Draviam, V.M., Orrechia, S., Lowe, M., Pardi, R. & Pines, J. (2001). The Localization of Human Cyclins B1 and B2 Determines Cdk1 Substrate Specificity and Neither Enzyme Requires Mek to Disassemble the Golgi Apparatus. The journal of cell biology, Vol.152 (5), pp. 945-958.

Ko, T.K., Kelly, E. & Pines, J. (2001). CrkRS: a novel conserved Cdc2-related protein kinase that colocalises with SC35 speckles. Journal of cell science, Vol.114 (Pt 14), pp. 2591-2603.  show abstract

Ko, T.K., Kelly, E. & Pines, J. (2001). CrkRS: a novel conserved Cdc2-related protein kinase that colocalises with SC35 speckles. Journal of cell science, Vol.114 (14), pp. 2591-2603.

Miska, E.A. (2001). Differential localization of HDAC4 orchestrates muscle differentiation. Nucleic acids research, Vol.29 (16), pp. 3439-3447.

Pines, J. (1999). Checkpoint on the nuclear frontier. Nature, Vol.397 (6715), pp. 104-105.

Clute, P. & Pines, J. (1999). Temporal and spatial control of cyclin B1 destruction in metaphase. Nature cell biology, Vol.1 (2), pp. 82-87.

Pines, J. (1999). Four-dimensional control of the cell cycle. Nature cell biology, Vol.1 (3), pp. E73-E79.

Hagting, A., Jackman, M., Simpson, K. & Pines, J. (1999). Translocation of cyclin B1 to the nucleus at prophase requires a phosphorylation-dependent nuclear import signal. Current biology, Vol.9 (13), pp. 680-689.

Karlsson, C., Katich, S., Hagting, A., Hoffmann, I. & Pines, J. (1999). Cdc25b and Cdc25c Differ Markedly in Their Properties as Initiators of Mitosis. The journal of cell biology, Vol.146 (3), pp. 573-584.  show abstract

Miska, E.A. (1999). HDAC4 deacetylase associates with and represses the MEF2 transcription factor. The embo journal, Vol.18 (18), pp. 5099-5107.

Furuno, N., den Elzen, N. & Pines, J. (1999). Human Cyclin a Is Required for Mitosis until Mid Prophase. The journal of cell biology, Vol.147 (2), pp. 295-306.

Arnaud, L., Pines, J. & Nigg, E.A. (1998). GFP tagging reveals human Polo-like kinase 1 at the kinetochore/centromere region of mitotic chromosomes. Chromosoma, Vol.107 (6-7), pp. 424-429.

Pines, J., Jackman, M. & Simpson, K. (1998). Assays for CDK Activity and DNA Replication in the Cell Cycle. Current protocols in cell biology, Vol.00 (1), pp. 8.2.1-8.2.11.

Hagting, A., Karlsson, C., Clute, P., Jackman, M. & Pines, J. (1998). MPF localization is controlled by nuclear export. The embo journal, Vol.17 (14), pp. 4127-4138.

Pines, J. (1998). Regulation of the G2 to M Transition. , , pp. 57-78.

Krude, T., Jackman, M., Pines, J. & Laskey, R.A. (1997). Cyclin/Cdk-Dependent Initiation of DNA Replication in a Human Cell-Free System. Cell, Vol.88 (1), pp. 109-119.

Pines, J. (1997). Cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitors: the age of crystals. Biochimica et biophysica acta (bba) - reviews on cancer, Vol.1332 (1), pp. M39-M42.

ZernickaGoetz, M., Pines, J., Hunter, S.M., Dixon, J.P., Siemering, K.R., Haseloff, J. & Evans, M.J. (1997). Following cell fate in the living mouse embryo. Development, Vol.124 (6), pp. 1133-1137.

Pines, J. (1997). Localization of cell cycle regulators by immunofluorescence. , , pp. 99-113.

Jackman, M.R. & Pines, J.N. (1997). Cyclins and the G(2)/M transition. Cancer surveys, Vol.29, pp. 47-73.

Pines, J. (1996). Cyclin from Sea Urchins to HeLas: Making the Human Cell Cycle. Biochemical society transactions, Vol.24 (1), pp. 15-33.

Pines, J. (1996). Cell cycle: Reaching for a role for the Cks proteins. Current biology, Vol.6 (11), pp. 1399-1402.

ZernickaGoetz, M., Pines, J., Ryan, K., Siemering, K.R., Haseloff, J., Evans, M.J. & Gurdon, J.B. (1996). An indelible lineage marker for Xenopus using a mutated green fluorescent protein. Development, Vol.122 (12), pp. 3719-3724.

Jackman, M., Firth, M. & Pines, J. (1995). Human cyclins B1 and B2 are localized to strikingly different structures: B1 to microtubules, B2 primarily to the Golgi apparatus. The embo journal, Vol.14 (8), pp. 1646-1654.

Pines, J. (1995). Cyclins, CDKs and cancer. Seminars in cancer biology, Vol.6 (2), pp. 63-72.

Pines, J. (1995). Confirmational change. Nature, Vol.376 (6538), pp. 294-295.

Pines, J. (1995). GFP in mammalian cells. Trends in genetics, Vol.11 (8), pp. 326-327.

Pines, J. (1995). Cyclins and cyclin-dependent kinases: a biochemical view. Biochemical journal, Vol.308 (3), pp. 697-711.

Pines, J. (1995). Cyclins and Cyclin-Dependent Kinases: Theme and Variations. , , pp. 181-212.

Pines, J. (1994). Arresting developments in cell-cycle control. Trends in biochemical sciences, Vol.19 (4), pp. 143-145.

Pines, J. (1994). p21 inhibits cyclin shock. Nature, Vol.369 (6481), pp. 520-521.

Pines, J. & Hunter, T. (1994). The differential localization of human cyclins A and B is due to a cytoplasmic retention signal in cyclin B. The embo journal, Vol.13 (16), pp. 3772-3781.

PINES, J. (1994). THE CELL-CYCLE KINASES. Seminars in cancer biology, Vol.5 (4), pp. 305-313.

Pines, J. (1994). Ubiquitin with everything. Nature, Vol.371 (6500), pp. 742-743.

Hunter, T. & Pines, J. (1994). Cyclins and cancer II: Cyclin D and CDK inhibitors come of age. Cell, Vol.79 (4), pp. 573-582.

Pines, J. (1994). Protein kinases and cell cycle control. Seminars in cell biology, Vol.5 (6), pp. 399-408.

Pines, J. (1993). Cyclins and their associated cyclin-dependent kinases in the human cell cycle. Biochemical society transactions, Vol.21 (4), pp. 921-925.

Pines, J. (1993). Cyclins and cyclin-dependent kinases: take your partners. Trends in biochemical sciences, Vol.18 (6), pp. 195-197.

Pines, J. (1993). Clear as crystal?. Current biology, Vol.3 (8), pp. 544-547.

OCONNOR, P.M., FERRIS, D.K., PAGANO, M., DRAETTA, G., PINES, J., HUNTER, T., LONGO, D.L. & KOHN, K.W. (1993). G2 DELAY INDUCED BY NITROGEN-MUSTARD IN HUMAN-CELLS AFFECTS CYCLIN A/CDK2 AND CYCLIN-B1 CDC2-KINASE COMPLEXES DIFFERENTLY. Journal of biological chemistry, Vol.268 (11), pp. 8298-8308.

Devoto, S.H., Mudryj, M., Pines, J., Hunter, T. & Nevins, J.R. (1992). A cyclin A-protein kinase complex possesses sequence-specific DNA binding activity: p33cdk2 is a component of the E2F-cyclin A complex. Cell, Vol.68 (1), pp. 167-176.

OCONNOR, P.M., FERRIS, D.K., WHITE, G.A., PINES, J., HUNTER, T., LONGO, D.L. & KOHN, K.W. (1992). RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN CDC2 KINASE, DNA CROSS-LINKING, AND CELL-CYCLE PERTURBATIONS INDUCED BY NITROGEN-MUSTARD. Cell growth & differentiation, Vol.3 (1), pp. 43-52.

Pines, J. & Hunter, T. (1992). Cyclins A and B1 in the human cell cycle. Ciba foundation symposium, Vol.170, pp. 187-196.  show abstract

Hamaguchi, J.R. (1992). Requirement for p34cdc2 kinase is restricted to mitosis in the mammalian cdc2 mutant FT210. The journal of cell biology, Vol.117 (5), pp. 1041-1053.

BAILLY, E., PINES, J., HUNTER, T. & BORNENS, M. (1992). CYTOPLASMIC ACCUMULATION OF CYCLIN-B1 IN HUMAN-CELLS - ASSOCIATION WITH A DETERGENT-RESISTANT COMPARTMENT AND WITH THE CENTROSOME. Journal of cell science, Vol.101, pp. 529-545.

Pines, J. (1992). Cell proliferation and control. Current opinion in cell biology, Vol.4 (2), pp. 144-148.

Lock, L.F., Pines, J., Hunter, T., Gilbert, D.J., Gopalan, G., Jenkins, N.A., Copeland, N.G. & Donovan, P.J. (1992). A single cyclin A gene and multiple cyclin B1-related sequences are dispersed in the mouse genome. Genomics, Vol.13 (2), pp. 415-424.

LU, X.P., KOCH, K.S., LEW, D.J., DULIC, V., PINES, J., REED, S.I., HUNTER, T. & LEFFERT, H.L. (1992). INDUCTION OF CYCLIN MESSENGER-RNA AND CYCLIN-ASSOCIATED HISTONE-H1 KINASE DURING LIVER-REGENERATION. Journal of biological chemistry, Vol.267 (5), pp. 2841-2844.

PINES, J. & HUNTER, T. (1992). CYCLIN-A AND CYCLIN-B1 IN THE HUMAN CELL-CYCLE. Ciba foundation symposia, Vol.170, pp. 187-204.

Pines, J. (1991). Human cyclins A and B1 are differentially located in the cell and undergo cell cycle-dependent nuclear transport. The journal of cell biology, Vol.115 (1), pp. 1-17.

Nevins, J.R., Chellappan, S.P., Mudryj, M., Hiebert, S., Devoto, S., Horowitz, J., Hunter, T. & Pines, J. (1991). E2F Transcription Factor Is a Target for the RB Protein and the Cyclin A Protein. Cold spring harbor symposia on quantitative biology, Vol.56 (0), pp. 157-162.

Pines, J. & Hunter, T. (1991). Human Cell Division: The Involvement of Cyclins A and B1, and Multiple cdc2s. Cold spring harbor symposia on quantitative biology, Vol.56 (0), pp. 449-463.

Mudryj, M., Devoto, S.H., Hiebert, S.W., Hunter, T., Pines, J. & Nevins, J.R. (1991). Cell cycle regulation of the E2F transcription factor involves an interaction with cyclin A. Cell, Vol.65 (7), pp. 1243-1253.

PINES, J. (1991). CYCLINS - WHEELS WITHIN WHEELS. Cell growth & differentiation, Vol.2 (6), pp. 305-310.

Nishitani, H., Ohtsubo, M., Yamashita, K., Iida, H., Pines, J., Yasudo, H., Shibata, Y., Hunter, T. & Nishimoto, T. (1991). Loss of RCC1, a nuclear DNA-binding protein, uncouples the completion of DNA replication from the activation of cdc2 protein kinase and mitosis. The embo journal, Vol.10 (6), pp. 1555-1564.

Hunter, T. & Pines, J. (1991). Cyclins and cancer. Cell, Vol.66 (6), pp. 1071-1074.

Pines, J. & Hunter, T. (1991). Cyclin-dependent kinases: a new cell cycle motif?. Trends in cell biology, Vol.1 (5), pp. 117-121.

Weber, M., Kubiak, J.Z., Arlinghaus, R.B., Pines, J. & Maro, B. (1991). c-mos proto-oncogene product is partly degraded after release from meiotic arrest and persists during interphase in mouse zygotes. Developmental biology, Vol.148 (1), pp. 393-397.

PINES, J. & HUNTER, T. (1991). HUMAN CELL-DIVISION - THE INVOLVEMENT OF CYCLINS-A AND CYCLINS-B1, AND MULTIPLE CDC2S. Cold spring harbor symposia on quantitative biology, Vol.56, pp. 449-463.

NEVINS, J.R., CHELLAPPAN, S.P., MUDRYJ, M., HIEBERT, S., DEVOTO, S., HOROWITZ, J., HUNTER, T. & PINES, J. (1991). E2F TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR IS A TARGET FOR THE RB PROTEIN AND THE CYCLIN-A PROTEIN. Cold spring harbor symposia on quantitative biology, Vol.56, pp. 157-162.

Pines, J. & Hunter, T. (1990). p34cdc2: the S and M kinase?. The new biologist, Vol.2 (5), pp. 389-401.  show abstract

Pines, J. & Hunter, T. (1990). Human cyclin A is adenovirus E1A-associated protein p60 and behaves differently from cyclin B. Nature, Vol.346 (6286), pp. 760-763.

Yamashita, K., Yasuda, H., Pines, J., Yasumoto, K., Nishitani, H., Ohtsubo, M., Hunter, T., Sugimura, T. & Nishimoto, T. (1990). Okadaic acid, a potent inhibitor of type 1 and type 2A protein phosphatases, activates cdc2/H1 kinase and transiently induces a premature mitosis-like state in BHK21 cells. The embo journal, Vol.9 (13), pp. 4331-4338.

MINSHULL, J., PINES, J., GOLSTEYN, R., STANDART, N., MACKIE, S., COLMAN, A., BLOW, J., RUDERMAN, J.V., WU, M. & HUNT, T., et al. (1989). The role of cyclin synthesis, modification and destruction in the control of cell division. Journal of cell science, Vol.1989 (Supplement 12), pp. 77-97.

Meijer, L., Arion, D., Golsteyn, R., Pines, J., Brizuela, L., Hunt, T. & Beach, D. (1989). Cyclin is a component of the sea urchin egg M-phase specific histone H1 kinase. The embo journal, Vol.8 (8), pp. 2275-2282.

Pines, J. & Hunter, T. (1989). Isolation of a human cyclin cDNA: Evidence for cyclin mRNA and protein regulation in the cell cycle and for interaction with p34cdc2. Cell, Vol.58 (5), pp. 833-846.

Felix, M.A., Pines, J., Hunt, T. & Karsenti, E. (1989). A post-ribosomal supernatant from activated Xenopus eggs that displays post-translationally regulated oscillation of its cdc2+ mitotic kinase activity. The embo journal, Vol.8 (10), pp. 3059-3069.

Pines, J. & Hunt, T. (1987). Molecular cloning and characterization of the mRNA for cyclin from sea urchin eggs. The embo journal, Vol.6 (10), pp. 2987-2995.

Standart, N., Minshull, J., Pines, J. & Hunt, T. (1987). Cyclin synthesis, modification and destruction during meiotic maturation of the starfish oocyte. Developmental biology, Vol.124 (1), pp. 248-258.

Walker, A., Acquaviva, C., Matsusaka, T., Koop, L. & Pines, J. UbcH10 has a rate-limiting role in G1 phase but might not act in the spindle checkpoint or as part of an autonomous oscillator. Journal of cell science, Vol.121 (14), pp. 2319-2326.

Zernicka-Goetz, M. & Pines, J. Cell Lineage Analysis: Applications of Green Fluorescent Protein. , , pp. 279-287.

Sedgwick, G.G., Hayward, D.G., Di Fiore, B., Pardo, M., Yu, L., Pines, J. & Nilsson, J. Mechanisms controlling the temporal degradation of Nek2A and Kif18A by the APC/C–Cdc20 complex. The embo journal, Vol.32 (2), pp. 303-314.

Pines, J., Strauss, B., Harrison, A., Almeida Coelho, P., Yata, K. & Zernicka-Goetz, M. Cyclin B1 is essential for mitosis in mouse embryos, and its nuclear export sets the time for mitosis. Journal of cell biology, .  show abstract

Jackman, M., Marcozzi, C., Pardo, M., Yu, L., Tyson, A.L., Choudhary, J.S. & Pines, J. Cyclin B1-Cdk1 binding to MAD1 links nuclear pore disassembly to chromosomal stability. , .  show abstract


Conferences

Mansfeld, J., Collin, P., Collins, M.O., Choudhary, J.S. & Pines, J. (2012). APC15 drives the turnover of MCC-Cdc20 to make the spindle assembly checkpoint responsive to kinetochore attachment, FEBS JOURNAL, Vol.279, p.556.

PINES, J. & HUNTER, T. (1992). CYCLIN-A AND CYCLIN-B1 IN THE HUMAN CELL-CYCLE, REGULATION OF THE EUKARYOTIC CELL CYCLE, Vol.170, pp.187-204.

FELIX, M.-., PINES, J., HUNT, T. & KARSENTI, E. (1989). Temporal regulation of cdc2 mitotic kinase activity and cyclin degradation in cell-free extracts of Xenopus eggs, Journal of Cell Science, Vol.1989 (Supplement 12), pp.99-116.

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