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Randall W. King
Randall W. King
Professor of Cell Biology, Harvard Medical School
Verified email at hms.harvard.edu
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Small molecule inhibitor of mitotic spindle bipolarity identified in a phenotype-based screen
TU Mayer, TM Kapoor, SJ Haggarty, RW King, SL Schreiber, TJ Mitchison
Science 286 (5441), 971-974, 1999
22581999
How proteolysis drives the cell cycle
RW King, RJ Deshaies, JM Peters, MW Kirschner
Science 274 (5293), 1652-1659, 1996
17371996
A 20S complex containing CDC27 and CDC16 catalyzes the mitosis-specific conjugation of ubiquitin to cyclin B
RW King, JM Peters, S Tugendreich, M Rolfe, P Hieter, MW Kirschner
Cell 81 (2), 279-288, 1995
12051995
Mitosis in transition
RW King, PK Jackson, MW Kirschner
Cell 79 (4), 563-571, 1994
10531994
Enhancement of proteasome activity by a small-molecule inhibitor of USP14
BH Lee, MJ Lee, S Park, DC Oh, S Elsasser, PC Chen, C Gartner, ...
Nature 467 (7312), 179-184, 2010
9942010
A nonapoptotic cell death process, entosis, that occurs by cell-in-cell invasion
M Overholtzer, AA Mailleux, G Mouneimne, G Normand, SJ Schnitt, ...
Cell 131 (5), 966-979, 2007
7822007
Anaphase is initiated by proteolysis rather than by the inactivation of maturation-promoting factor
SL Holloway, M Glotzer, RW King, AW Murray
Cell 73 (7), 1393-1402, 1993
7171993
Quantitative analysis of in vitro ubiquitinated cyclin B1 reveals complex chain topology
DS Kirkpatrick, NA Hathaway, J Hanna, S Elsasser, J Rush, D Finley, ...
Nature cell biology 8 (7), 700-710, 2006
5122006
Chromosome nondisjunction yields tetraploid rather than aneuploid cells in human cell lines
Q Shi, RW King
Nature 437 (7061), 1038-1042, 2005
4692005
Chromosome nondisjunction yields tetraploid rather than aneuploid cells in human cell lines
Q Shi, RW King
Nature 437 (7061), 1038-1042, 2005
4692005
A genome-wide homologous recombination screen identifies the RNA-binding protein RBMX as a component of the DNA-damage response
B Adamson, A Smogorzewska, FD Sigoillot, RW King, SJ Elledge
Nature cell biology 14 (3), 318-328, 2012
4642012
Deubiquitinating enzyme Ubp6 functions noncatalytically to delay proteasomal degradation
J Hanna, NA Hathaway, Y Tone, B Crosas, S Elsasser, DS Kirkpatrick, ...
Cell 127 (1), 99-111, 2006
4282006
Small molecule regulators of protein arginine methyltransferases
D Cheng, N Yadav, RW King, MS Swanson, EJ Weinstein, MT Bedford
Journal of Biological Chemistry 279 (23), 23892-23899, 2004
3992004
Mutagenic analysis of the destruction signal of mitotic cyclins and structural characterization of ubiquitinated intermediates.
RW King, M Glotzer, MW Kirschner
Molecular biology of the cell 7 (9), 1343-1357, 1996
3871996
Dissecting cellular processes using small molecules: identification of colchicine-like, taxol-like and other small molecules that perturb mitosis
SJ Haggarty, TU Mayer, DT Miyamoto, R Fathi, RW King, TJ Mitchison, ...
Chemistry & biology 7 (4), 275-286, 2000
3732000
Dissecting cellular processes using small molecules: identification of colchicine-like, taxol-like and other small molecules that perturb mitosis
SJ Haggarty, TU Mayer, DT Miyamoto, R Fathi, RW King, TJ Mitchison, ...
Chemistry & biology 7 (4), 275-286, 2000
3732000
Ubiquitin chains are remodeled at the proteasome by opposing ubiquitin ligase and deubiquitinating activities
B Crosas, J Hanna, DS Kirkpatrick, DP Zhang, Y Tone, NA Hathaway, ...
Cell 127 (7), 1401-1413, 2006
3672006
Identification of a cullin homology region in a subunit of the anaphase-promoting complex
H Yu, JM Peters, RW King, AM Page, P Hieter, MW Kirschner
Science 279 (5354), 1219-1222, 1998
3371998
Pharmacologic inhibition of the anaphase-promoting complex induces a spindle checkpoint-dependent mitotic arrest in the absence of spindle damage
X Zeng, F Sigoillot, S Gaur, S Choi, KL Pfaff, DC Oh, N Hathaway, ...
Cancer cell 18 (4), 382-395, 2010
3362010
Trimming of ubiquitin chains by proteasome-associated deubiquitinating enzymes
MJ Lee, BH Lee, J Hanna, RW King, D Finley
Molecular & Cellular Proteomics 10 (5), 2011
2932011
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