Trends in Cell Biology: "Headlines", Book reviews  (PDF)
by Andersen SSL, 1998-2003

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Licensing centrosome duplication (1998), Trends in Cell Biology, Vol 8, 222.

A novel centrosomal lattice with a cutting edge (1998), Trends in Cell Biology, Vol 8, 262.

Function of five motors in spindle assembly (1998), Trends in Cell Biology, Vol 8, 435.

Mitotic spindle assembly without centrosomes (1998), Trends in Cell Biology, Vol 8, 345.

Apoptosis and spindle-assembly united (1999), Trends in Cell Biology, Vol 9, 94-95.

Breakthroughs on mitotic and meiotic chromosome cohesion (1999), Trends in Cell Biology, Vol 9, 152-153.

Ménage à quatre: profilin regulates axon pathfinding in vivo (1999), Trends in Cell Biology, Vol 9, 171.

Stathmin/Op18: catastrophe again? (1999), Trends in Cell Biology, Vol 9, 254.

Leading edge: whY-action branches attract Arp2/3? (1999), Trends in Cell Biology, Vol 9, 343.

Going uninhibited with tail-less motors (1999), Trends in Cell Biology, Vol 9, 432-433.

Cell Division figured out – the dynamics of cell division (1999), Trends in Cell Biology, Vol 9, 460-461. (Book review).

Are dynamic lipid modifications essential for endocytosis? (2000), Trends in Cell Biology, Vol 10, 9.

Daughter centrioles on the move (2000), Trends in Cell Biology, Vol 10, 273.

PDZ again: establishing cell polarity (2000), Trends in Cell Biology, Vol 10, 368.

The construction of biological membranes (2000), Trends in Cell Biology, Vol 10, 413.

Zyg-1: elegans personified (2001), Trends in Cell Biology, Vol 11, 321-322.

Regulating rhotraction of axonal branches (2002), Trends in Cell Biology, Vol 12, 12.

Bon appétit with cell proliferation basics (2002),Trends in Cell Biology, Vol 12, 152-153. (Book review).