Christian Speck elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology. Congratulations Christian Speck, FRSB!
Tognetti, S., Riera, A., Speck, C. (2015) Switch on the engine: how the eukaryotic replicative MCM2–7 helicase becomes activated. Chromosoma 124, 13-26.
Christian Speck is selected to the editorial board of the Biochemical Journal. Congratulations, Christian!
Riera, A., Speck, C. (2015). MCM2-7 – Opening the gate to DNA Replication. Cell Cycle 14, 6-8.
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Silva, N., Ferrandiz, N., Barroso, C., Tognetti, S., Lightfoot, J., Telecan, O., Encheva, V., Faull, P., Hanni, S., Furger, A., Snidjers, A. P., Speck, C., Martinez-Perez, E. (2014). The fidelity of synaptonemal complex assembly is regulated by a signaling mechanism that controls early meiotic progression. Developmental Cell 31, 503-511.
Sun, J.*, Fernandez-Cid, A.*, Riera, A.*, Tognetti, S., Yuan, Z., Stillman, B.†, Speck, C.†, Li, H.† (2014). Structural and mechanistic insights into Mcm2–7 double-hexamer assembly and function. Genes & Development 28, 2291-2303.
*Shared first authorship, †Corresponding authors
Abstract | Biomedical Picture of the Day |
Alberto Riera and Silvia Tognetti’s 3D computer model of MCM2-7 published in BPoD – Biomedical Picture of the Day.
Silvia Tognetti successfully defends her PhD thesis, on helicase activation mechanisms during initiation of DNA replication. Congratulations Dr Tognetti!
Riera, A., Tognetti, S., Speck, C. (2014). Helicase loading: How to build a MCM2-7 double-hexamer. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology 30C, 104-109.