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2. Balboula AZ, Nguyen AL, Gentilello AS, Quartuccio SM, Drutovic D, Solc P, and
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3. Ohring J and Schindler K. 2016. A Scrambled Mess. The Scientist. May issue.
4. Fellmeth JE, Ghanaim ES, and Schindler K. 2016. Characterization of
macrozoospermia-associated AURKC mutations in a mammalian meiotic system. Human Molecular Genetics. 25 (13): 2698-2711.
5. Quartuccio SM and Schindler K. 2015. Functions of Aurora kinase C in meiosis and
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6. Fellmeth JE, Gordon D, Robins CE, Scott RT, Treff NR, and Schindler K. 2015.
Expression and characterization of three Aurora kinase C splice variants found in human oocytes. Molecular Human Reproduction. 21(8): 633-44. * Selected for August’s Editor Highlights in MHR
7. Balboula AZ, Stein P, Schultz RM and Schindler K. 2015. RBBP4 regulates histone
deacetylation and bipolar spindle assembly during oocyte maturation in the mouse.
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8. Nguyen AL, Gentilello AS, Balboula AZ, Shrivastava V, Ohring J, Schindler K. 2014.
Phosphorylation of threonine 3 on histone 3 by Haspin kinase is required for meiosis I in mouse oocytes. Journal of Cell Science. 127(23): 5066-78. *Featured in “In This Issue” in Journal of Cell Science
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10. Balboula AZ, Stein P, Schultz RM and Schindler K. 2014. Knockdown of RBBP7
unveils a requirement of histone deacetylation for CPC function in mouse oocytes. Cell
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11. Oh JS, Susor A, Schindler K, Schultz RM, Conti M. 2013. Cdc25A activity is
required for the metaphase II arrest in mouse oocytes. Journal of Cell Science. 126 (Pt 5): 1081-5.
12. Schindler K, Davydenko O, Fram B, Lampson MA, Schultz RM. 2012. Maternally recruited Aurora C kinase is more stable than Aurora B to support mouse oocyte
maturation and early development. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
USA. 109(33): E2215-22. * Cover art issue 8/14/12
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15. Chiang T, Duncan FE, Schindler K, Schultz RM, Lampson MA. 2010. Weakened
centromere cohesion is the primary cause of age-related aneuploidy in oocytes. Current Biology. 20(17):1522-8.
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causes mitotic arrest and inhibits zygotic genome activation in mouse preimplantation
embryos. Cell Cycle. 8: 3904-3914. * equal contribution
17. Shuda K,* Schindler K,* Ma J, Schultz RM, and Donovan PJ. 2009. Aurora Kinase
B modulates chromosome alignment in mouse oocytes. Molecular Reproduction and
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18. Schindler K, and Schultz RM. 2009. The CDC14A phosphatase regulates oocyte
maturation in mouse. Cell Cycle. 8(7): 1-9.
19. Schindler K, and Schultz RM. 2009. CDC14B acts through FZR1 (CDH1) to
prevent meiotic maturation of mouse oocytes. Biology of Reproduction. 80(4): 795-803.
20. Moore M, Shin M, Bruning A, Schindler K, Vershon A, and Winter E. 2007. Arg-
Pro-X-Ser/Thr-Ala is a consensus phosphoacceptor sequence for the meiosis-specific
Ime2 protein kinase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Biochemistry. 46(1): 271-8.
21. Krishnamoorthy T, Chen X, Govin J, Cheung WL, Dorsey J, Schindler K, Winter E,
Allis CD, Guacci V, Khochbin S, Fuller MT, and Berger SL. 2006. Phosphorylation of
histone H4 Ser1 regulates sporulation in yeast and is conserved in fly and mouse
spermatogenesis. Genes and Development. 20(18): 2580-92.
22. Schindler K, and Winter E. 2006. Phosphorylation of Ime2p regulates meiotic
progression in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 281(27):
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Cdk-activating kinase Cak1p promotes meiotic S phase through Ime2p. Molecular and
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24. Lowe M, Madsen EL, Schindler K, Smith C, Emrich S, Robb F, Halden RU. 2002.
Geochemistry and microbial diversity of a trichloroethene-contaminated Superfund site
undergoing intrinsic in situ reductive dechlorination. FEMS Microbiology and Ecology.
25. Schaber M, Lindgren A, Schindler K, Bungard D, Kaldis P, Winter E. 2002. CAK1
promotes meiosis and spore formation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae in a CDC28-
independent fashion. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 22(1): 57-68.
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