Selected Publications

1. Petsalaki E and Zachos G. DNA damage response proteins regulating mitotic cell division: double agents preserving genome stability. The FEBS Journal 287: 1700-1721, 2020.

2. Petsalaki E and Zachos G. Building bridges between chromosomes: novel insights into the abscission checkpoint. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 76: 4291-4307, 2019.

3. Petsalaki E, Dandoulaki M and Zachos G. Chmp4c is required for stable kinetochore-microtubule attachments. Chromosoma 127: 461-473, 2018.

4. Dandoulaki M, Petsalaki E, Sumpton D, Zanivan S and Zachos G. Src activation by Chk1 promotes actin patch formation and prevents chromatin bridge breakage in cytokinesis. Journal of Cell Biology 217: 3071-3089, 2018.

5. Petsalaki E and Zachos G. Novel ESCRT functions at kinetochores. Aging (Albany NY) 10: 299-300, 2018.

6. Petsalaki E and Zachos G. CHMP4C: A novel regulator of the mitotic spindle checkpoint. Molecular & Cellular Oncology 5: e1445944, 2018.

7. Petsalaki E, Dandoulaki M and Zachos G. The ESCRT protein Chmp4c regulates mitotic spindle checkpoint signaling. Journal of Cell Biology 217: 861-876, 2018.

8. Zachos G. TIPs for shaping Aurora B activity. Nature Chemical Biology 12: 204-205, 2016.

9. Petsalaki E and Zachos G. Clks 1, 2 and 4 prevent chromatin breakage by regulating the Aurora B-dependent abscission checkpoint. Nature Communications 7: 11451, 2016. doi 10.1038/10.1038/ncomms11451.

10. Petsalaki E, Dandoulaki M, Morrice N and Zachos G. Chk1 protects against chromatin bridges by constitutively phosphorylating BLM serine 502 to inhibit BLM degradation. Journal of Cell Science 127: 3902-3908, 2014.

11. Petsalaki E and Zachos G. Chk2 prevents mitotic exit when the majority of kinetochores are unattached. Journal of Cell Biology 205: 339-356, 2014.

12. Petsalaki E and Zachos G. Chk1 and Mps1 jointly regulate correction of merotelic kinetochore attachments. Journal of Cell Science 126: 1235-1246, 2013.

13. Petsalaki E, Akoumianaki T, Black EJ, Gillespie DA and Zachos G. Phosphorylation at serine 331 is required for Aurora B activation. Journal of Cell Biology 195: 449-466, 2011.