Anne Royou’s Fly Lab

Group “Control and Dynamics of Cell Division”

UMR 5095 (CNRS/Université de Bordeaux)

Publications

É. Montembault, M.-C. Claverie, L. Bouit, C. Landmann, J. Jenkins, A. Tsankova, C. Cabernard, and A. Royou (2017). Myosin efflux promotes cell elongation to coordinate chromosome segregation will cell cleavage. Nature Communications, 8(1):326.

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N. Derive, C. Landmann, É. Montembault, M.-C. Claverie, P. Pierre-Eliès, D. Goutte-Gattat, D. McCusker, and A. Royou (2015). Bub3/BubR1-dependent sequestration of Cdc20Fizzy facilitates the segregation of broken chromosomes. J. Cell Biol., 211(3):517–532.

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M. Jose, S. Tollis, D. Nair, R. Mitteau, C. Velours, A. Massoni-Laporte, A. Royou, Sibarita J.B., and D. McCusker (2015). A quantitative imaging-based screen reveals the exocyst complex as a network hub linking endo- and exocytosis. Mol. Biol. Cell, 26(13):2519–2534.

S. Kotada, É. Montembault, W. Sullivan, and A. Royou (2012). Cell elongation is an adaptive response for clearing long chromatid arms from the cleavage plane. J. Cell Biol., 199(5):745–753.

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D. McCusker, A. Royou, C. Velours, and D. Kellogs (2012). Cdk1-dependent control of membrane-trafficking dynamics. Mol. Biol. Cell, 23(17):3336–3347.

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A. Royou, M.E. Gagou, R. Karess, and W. Sullivan (2010). BubR1- and Polo-coated DNA tethers facilitate poleward segregation of acentric chromatids. Cell, 140(2):235–245.

A. Royou, D. McCusker, D. R. Kellog, and W. Sullivan (2008). Grapes(Chk1) prevents nuclear CDK1 activation by delaying Cyclin B nuclear accumulation. J. Cell Biol., 183(1):63–75.

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B. Riggs, B. Fasulo, A. Royou, S. Mische, J. Cao, T.S. Hays, and W. Sullivan (2007). The concentration of Nuf, a Rab11 effector, at the microtubule-organizing center is cell cycle-regulated, Dynein-dependent, and coincides with furrow formation. Mol. Biol. Cell, 18(9):3313–3322.

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S. Chodagam, A. Royou, W. Whitfield, R. Karess, and J.W. Raff (2005). The centrosomal protein CP190 regulates myosin function during early Drosophila development. Curr. Biol., 15(14):1308–1313.

A. Royou, H. Macias, and W. Sullivan (2005). The Drosophila Grp/Chk1 DNA damage checkpoint controls entry into anaphase. Curr. Biol., 15(4):334–339.

E. Silva, S. Tiong, M. Pedersen, E. Homola, A. Royou, B. Fasulo, G. Siriaco, and S.D. Campbell (2004). ATM is required for telomere maintenance and chromosome stability during Drosophila development. Curr. Biol., 14(15):1341–1347.

A. Royou, C. Field, J.C. Sisson, W. Sullivan, and R. Karess (2004). Reassessing the role and dynamics of nonmuscle myosin II during furrow formation in early Drosophila embryos. Mol. Biol. Cell, 15(2):838–850.

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A. Royou, W. Sullivan, and R. Karess (2002). Cortical recruitment of nonmuscle myosin II in early syncytial Drosophila embryos. J. Cell Biol., 158(1):1287–137.

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C.G. Winter, B. Wang, A. Ballew, A. Royou, R. Karess, J.D. Axelrod, and L. Luo (2001). Drosophila Rho-Associated Kinase (Drok) links Frizzled-mediated planar cell polarity signaling to the actin cytoskeleton. Cell, 105(1):81–91.

J.C. Sisson, C. Field, R. Ventura, A. Royou, and W. Sullivan (2000). Lava Lamp, a novel Golgi protein, is required for Drosophila melanogaster cellularization. J. Cell Biol., 151(4):905–918.

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