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(CeDRE team)
Team: "Reverse Engineering Cell Division" (CeDRE)
Selected Publications

  1. Pecreaux, J., Redemann, S., Alayan, Z., Mercat, B., Pastezeur, S., Garzon-Coral, C., Hyman, A.A., and Howard, J. (2016). The mitotic spindle in the one-cell C. elegans embryo is positioned with high precision and stability. ArXiv e-prints, 1605.07053. | Full text on arXiv

  2. Mary, H., Fouchard, J., Gay, G., Reyes, C., Gauthier, T., Gruget, C., Pecreaux, J., Tournier, S., and Gachet, Y. (2015). Fission yeast kinesin-8 controls chromosome congression independently of oscillations. J Cell Sci 128, 3720-3730. Pubmed Download pdf

  3. Riche, S., Zouak, M., Argoul, F., Arneodo, A., Pecreaux, J., and Delattre, M. (2013). Evolutionary comparisons reveal a positional switch for spindle pole oscillations in Caenorhabditis embryos. J Cell Biol 201, 653-662. Pubmed Download pdf

  4. Redemann, S.*, Pecreaux, J.*, Goehring, N.W., Khairy, K., Stelzer, E.H., Hyman, A.A., and Howard, J. (2010). Membrane invaginations reveal cortical sites that pull on mitotic spindles in one-cell C. elegans embryos. PLoS One 5. Pubmed HubMed Download pdf

  5. Pecreaux, J., Zimmer, C., and Olivo-Marin, J.C. (2006). Biophysical active contours for cell tracking I: Tension and bending. Paper presented at: 2006 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing, Icip 2006, Proceedings (October 8-11 2006, Atlanta, GA, USA). Download pdf

  6. Pecreaux, J.*, Roper, J.C.*, Kruse, K., Julicher, F., Hyman, A.A., Grill, S.W., and Howard, J. (2006). Spindle oscillations during asymmetric cell division require a threshold number of active cortical force generators. Curr Biol 16, 2111-2122. Pubmed HubMed Download pdf{Faculty of 1000, biology} [(read the reviews)]