Recommended Readings: Melina Schuh, Ph.D. Friday October 2, 2020

Recommended Readings: Melina Schuh, Ph.D. Friday October 2, 2020

Webinar Friday Lecture Series 

(open to the Tri-I community)

Friday, October 2, 2020

Melina Schuh, Ph.D.


Department of Meiosis

Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry

New Insights into Aneuploidy in Mammalian Embryos


Recommended Readings:

Empirical Articles

ElInati, Elias; Zielinska, Agata P.; McCarthy, Afshan; et al. (2020). The BCL-2 pathway preserves mammalian genome integrity by eliminating recombination-defective oocytes. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS. 11 (1)

Zielinska, Agata P.; Bellou, Eirini; Sharma, Ninadini; et al. (2019). Meiotic Kinetochores Fragment into Multiple Lobes upon Cohesin Loss in Aging Eggs. CURRENT BIOLOGY. 29 (22): ‏ 3749-+

Gruhn, Jennifer R.; Zielinska, Agata P.; Shukla, Vallari; et al. (2019). Chromosome errors in human eggs shape natural fertility over reproductive life span. SCIENCE. 365 (6460): ‏ 1466-+

So, Chun; Seres, K. Bianka; Steyer, Anna M.; et al. (2019). A liquid-like spindle domain promotes acentrosomal spindle assembly in mammalian oocytes. SCIENCE. 364 (6447): ‏ 1252-+

Uraji, Julia; Scheffler, Kathleen; Schuh, Melina. (2018). Functions of actin in mouse oocytes at a glance. JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE. 131 (22)

Clift, Dean; So, Chun; McEwan, William A.; et al. (2018). Acute and rapid degradation of endogenous proteins by Trim-Away. NATURE PROTOCOLS. 13 (10): ‏ 2149-2175

Review Paper

Webster, Alexandre; Schuh, Melina. (2017). Mechanisms of Aneuploidy in Human Eggs. TRENDS IN CELL BIOLOGY. 27 (1): 55-68

Book Chapters

Mogessie, Binyam; Scheffler, Kathleen; Schuh, Melina. (2018). Assembly and Positioning of the Oocyte Meiotic Spindle. ANNUAL REVIEW OF CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY. 34: 381-403

Zielinska, Agata P.; Schuh, Melina. (2018). A microscopy-based approach for studying meiosis in live and fixed human oocytes. MITOSIS AND MEIOSIS, PT B. 145: 315-333

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