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  • The CENP-T C-Terminus Is Exclusively Proximal to H3.1 and not to H3.2 or H3.3.
    Abendroth C, Hofmeister A, Hake SB, Kamweru PK, Miess E, Dornblut C, Küffner I, Deng W, Leonhardt H, Orthaus S, Hoischen C, Diekmann S
    Int J Mol Sci 2015, 16(3), 5839-63
  • Aging-Induced Stem Cell Mutations as Drivers for Disease and Cancer.
    Adams* PD, Jasper* H, Rudolph* KL
    Cell Stem Cell 2015, 16(6), 601-12 ** co-corresponding authors
  • Amyloid domains in the cell nucleus controlled by nucleoskeletal protein lamin B1 reveal a new pathway of mercury neurotoxicity.
    Arnhold F, Gührs KH, von Mikecz A
    PeerJ 2015, 3, e754
  • Stem Cells and Aging: What’s Next?
    Artandi SE, Blau HM, de Haan G, Geiger H, Goodell MA, Jones L, Levine RL, Munoz-Canoves P, Rodewald HR, Wagers A, Wang ZQ, Yamashita Y
    Cell Stem Cell 2015, 16, 578-81
  • Differential Regulation of MicroRNAs in End-Stage Failing Hearts Is Associated with Left Ventricular Assist Device Unloading.
    Barsanti C, Trivella MG, D'Aurizio R, El Baroudi M, Baumgart M, Groth M, Caruso R, Verde A, Botta L, Cozzi L, Pitto L
    Biomed Res Int 2015, 2015, 592512
  • Comparison of captive lifespan, age-associated liver neoplasias and age-dependent gene expression between two annual fish species: Nothobranchius furzeri and Nothobranchius korthause.
    Baumgart M, Di Cicco E, Rossi G, Cellerino A, Tozzini ET
    Biogerontology 2015, 16(1), 63-9
  • Regulation of centrosome function in health and disease
    Bedi MS
    Dissertation 2015, Jena, Germany
  • Virus - induced human oncogenesis
    Bedi MS, Ploubidou A
    In: eLS 2015, 1–11, John Wiley and Sons Ltd
  • Elevated copper ion levels as potential cause of impaired kinesin-dependent transport processes.
    Böhm KJ
    Arch Toxicol 2015, 89(4), 565-72
  • Aluminium-induced kinesin inactivation as potential molecular cause of impairment of neuronal transport processes.
    Böhm KJ, Shabanpour M, Kalchishkova N
    Chem Res Toxicol 2015, 28(6), 1275-81