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2. Evidence for conserved DNA and histone H3 methylation reprogramming in mouse, bovine and rabbit zygotes

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3. RESEARCH Rabbit somatic cell cloning: effects of donor cell type, histone acetylation status and chimeric embryo complementation

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4. Nuclear Transfer in Rabbits with Different Types of Donor Cells


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5. Sumoylated BubR1 plays an important role in chromosome segregation and mitotic timing

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6. Sumoylation of Kif18A plays a role in regulating mitotic progression

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7. Persistence of histone H2AX phosphorylation after meiotic chromosome synapsis and abnormal centromere cohesion in Poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase (Parp-1) null oocytes

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8. Nuclear protein IK undergoes dynamic subcellular translocation and forms unique nuclear bodies during the cell cycle

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9. Nuclear protein IK undergoes dynamic subcellular translocation and forms unique nuclear bodies during the cell cycle

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10. Chromium induces chromosomal instability, which is partly due to deregulation of BubR1 and Emi1, two APC/C inhibitors

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