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Zoltan Maliga

Zoltan Maliga
Postdoctoral Fellow with Tim Mitchison, Harvard Medical School

Hyman Lab postdoc from 2005-2013

Hyman Lab publications:
Boxem, M; Maliga, Z; Klitgord, N; Li, N; Lemmens, I; Mana, M; de Lichtervelde, L; Mul, JD; van de Peut, D; Devos, M; Simonis, N; Yildirim, MA; Cokol, M; Kao, HL; de Smet, AS; Wang, HD; Schlaitz, AL; Hao, T; Milstein, S; Fan, CY; Tipsword, M; Drew, K; Galli, M; Rhrissorrakrai, K; Drechsel, D; Koller, D; Roth, FP; Iakoucheva, LM; Dunker, AK; Bonneau, R; Gunsalus, KC; Hill, DE; Piano, F; Tavernier, J; van den Heuvel, S; Hyman, AA; Vidal, M (2008) A protein domain-based interactome network for C-elegans early embryogenesis Cell. 134(3): 534-545

Ettinger, AW; Wilsch-Brauninger, M; Marzesco, AM; Bickle, M; Lohmann, A; Maliga, Z; Karbanova, J; Corbeil, D; Hyman, AA; Huttner, WB. (2011) Proliferating versus differentiating stem and cancer cells exhibit distinct midbody-release behaviour. Nature Communications: 2

Dückert, H; Pries, V; Khedkar, V; Menninger, S; Bruss, H; Bird, AW; Maliga, Z; Brockmeyer, A; Janning, P; Hyman, A; Grimme, S; Schurmann, M; Preut, H; Hubel, K; Ziegler, S; Kumar, K; Waldmann, H. (2012). Natural product-inspired cascade synthesis yields modulators of centrosome integrity. Nat. Chem. Biol. 8(2):179-184.

Maliga Z, Junqueira M, Toyoda Y, Ettinger A, Mora-Bermúdez F, Klemm RW, Vasilj A, Guhr E, Ibarlucea-Benitez I, Poser I, Bonifacio E, Huttner WB, Shevchenko A, Hyman AA. (2013). A genomic toolkit to investigate kinesin and myosin motor function in cells. Nat Cell Biol: 15(3):325-34.

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