News and Views


Nature Cell Biology 11, 1047 - 1048 (2009)
doi:10.1038/ncb0909-1047

SAD kinase keeps centrosomes lonely

Daici Chen1 & Jackie Vogel1

  1. Daici Chen and Jackie Vogel are in the Department of Biology, Bellini Life Sciences Pavilion, McGill University, Montreal, QC H3A 0B1, Canada.
    e-mail: jackie.vogel@mcgill.ca


Centrosome duplication is under strict control such that it occurs only once per cell cycle. New insights into the molecular mechanisms that control centrosome number come from the discovery of a role for SADB kinase in centrosome biogenesis.

Top


MORE ARTICLES LIKE THIS

These links to content published by NPG are automatically generated.

REVIEWS

Warming up at the poles

EMBO reports Review (01 Apr 2006)

See all 4 matches for Reviews

NEWS AND VIEWS

Two new tubulins differ in a split decision

Nature Cell Biology News and Views (01 Jan 2000)

Uncoiling centriole duplication

Nature Cell Biology News and Views (01 Jul 2004)


Extra navigation

Search PubMed for

natureevents