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    • A cenp-s/x complex assembles at the centromere in s and g2 phases of the human cell cycle 

      Dornblut, C.; Quinn, N.; Monajambashi, S.; Prendergast, L.; van Vuuren, C.; Munch, S.; Deng, W.; Leonhardt, H.; Cardoso, M. C.; Hoischen, C.; Diekmann, S.; Sullivan, K. F. (The Royal Society, 2014-02-12)
      The functional identity of centromeres arises from a set of specific nucleoprotein particle subunits of the centromeric chromatin fibre. These include CENP-A and histone H3 nucleosomes and a novel nucleosome-like complex ...
    • The cenp-t/-w complex is a binding partner of the histone chaperone fact 

      Prendergast, Lisa; Müller, Sebastian; Liu, Yiwei; Huang, Hongda; Dingli, Florent; Loew, Damarys; Vassias, Isabelle; Patel, Dinshaw J.; Sullivan, Kevin F.; Almouzni, Geneviève (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, 2016-06-01)
      The CENP-T/-W histone fold complex, as an integral part of the inner kinetochore, is essential for building a proper kinetochore at the centromere in order to direct chromosome segregation during mitosis. Notably, CENP-T/-W ...