Cell Cycle Checkpoints

(Hartwell 1989; Hartwell 1992; Elledge 1996; Hartwell 2004; Hansen and Schedl 2006; Fuller and Stukenberg 2009; Game and Chernikova 2009; McAdams and Shapiro 2009)


Replication checkpoint

(Weinert 1992; D'Urso, Grallert et al. 1995; Navas, Zhou et al. 1995; Paulovich and Hartwell 1995; Sclafani and Holzen 2007; Ciapponi and Cenci 2008; Branzei and Foiani 2009; Putnam, Jaehnig et al. 2009; Segurado and Tercero 2009; Voineagu, Freudenreich et al. 2009; Clelland and Schultz 2010; Nguyen, Clelland et al. 2010; Bermejo, Capra et al. 2011; Kume, Koyano et al. 2011)

DNA damage checkpoint

(Schoemaker, Gayda et al. 1984; Freudl, Braun et al. 1987; Weinert and Hartwell 1989; Weinert 1992; Weinert and Hartwell 1993; Bridges 1995; Navas, Sanchez et al. 1996; Higashitani, Ishii et al. 1997; Longhese, Foiani et al. 1998; Mukherjee, Cao et al. 1998; Trusca, Scott et al. 1998; Datta, Schmeits et al. 2000; Foiani, Pellicioli et al. 2000; Watanabe, Morishita et al. 2002; Lisby and Rothstein 2004; Parrilla-Castellar, Arlander et al. 2004; Helt, Wang et al. 2005; Harrison and Haber 2006; Ishikawa, Ishii et al. 2006; Callegari and Kelly 2007; Alao and Sunnerhagen 2008; Barlow, Lisby et al. 2008; Wood and Chen 2008; Xu, Vaithiyalingam et al. 2008; Baker, Zeitlin et al. 2010; Huen and Chen 2010; Warmerdam and Kanaar 2010; Limbo, Porter-Goff et al. 2011; Searle, Wood et al. 2011)

Spindle checkpoint

(Hoyt 2001; Zhou, Yao et al. 2002; Lew and Burke 2003; Bharadwaj and Yu 2004; Taylor, Scott et al. 2004; Pinsky and Biggins 2005; Asakawa, Kume et al. 2006; Norden, Mendoza et al. 2006; Wang and Sun 2006; Musacchio and Salmon 2007; Burke and Stukenberg 2008; Clarke and Bachant 2008; Fukagawa 2008; Varetti and Musacchio 2008; Vogt, Kirsch-Volders et al. 2008; Caillaud, Paganelli et al. 2009; Doncic, Ben-Jacob et al. 2009; Homer, Gui et al. 2009; Kang and Yu 2009; Kops 2009; Mendoza, Norden et al. 2009; Nezi and Musacchio 2009; Steigemann, Wurzenberger et al. 2009; Vanoosthuyse and Hardwick 2009; Caydasi, Ibrahim et al. 2010; Vazquez-Novelle, Mirchenko et al. 2010; Elowe 2011; Goto, Mishra et al. 2011; Hoffman, Grashoff et al. 2011; Rozelle, Hansen et al. 2011)

Cell size checkpoint

(Rupes, Webb et al. 2001; Donoso, Munoz-Centeno et al. 2005; Fang, de los Reyes et al. 2006)

Nuclear localization

(Lisby and Rothstein 2004; Lisby and Rothstein 2005)



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