Publications of A. Zielinska

Journal Article (4)

Journal Article
ElInati, E.; Zielinska, A.; McCarthy, A.; Kubikova, N.; Maciulyte, V.; Mahadevaiah, S.; Sangrithi, M. N.; Ojarikre, O.; Wells, D.; Niakan, K. K. et al.; Schuh, M.; Turner, J. M. A.: The BCL-2 pathway preserves mammalian genome integrity by eliminating recombination-defective oocytes. Nature Communications 11, 2598 (2020)
Journal Article
Zielinska, A.; Bellou, E.; Sharma, N.; Frombach, A. S.; Seres, B.; Gruhn, J. R.; Blayney, M.; Eckel, H.; Moltrecht, R.; Elder, K. et al.; Hoffmann, E. R.; Schuh, M.: Meiotic kinetochores fragment into multiple lobes upon cohesin loss in aging eggs. Current Biology 29 (22), pp. 3749 - 3765 (2019)
Journal Article
Gruhn, J. R.; Zielinska, A.; Shukla, V.; Blanshard, R.; Capalbo, A.; Cimadomo, D.; Nikiforov, D.; Chan, A. C.; Newnham, L. J.; Vogel, I. et al.; Scarica, C.; Krapchev, M.; Taylor, D.; Kristensen, S. G.; Cheng, J.; Ernst, E.; Bjørn, A. M. B.; Colmorn, L. B.; Blayney, M.; Elder, K.; Liss, J.; Hartshorne, G.; Grøndahl, M. L.; Rienzi, L.; Ubaldi, F.; McCoy, R.; Lukaszuk, K.; Andersen, C. Y.; Schuh, M.; Hoffmann, E. R.: Chromosome errors in human eggs shape natural fertility over reproductive life span. Science 365 (6460), pp. 1466 - 1469 (2019)
Journal Article
Zielinska, A.; Schuh, M.: Double trouble at the beginning of life. Science 361 (6398), pp. 128 - 129 (2018)

Book Chapter (1)

Book Chapter
Zielinska, A.; Schuh, M.: A microscopy-based approach for studying meiosis in live and fixed human oocytes. In: Mitosis and Meiosis Part B, pp. 315 - 333 (Eds. Maiato, H.; Schuh, M.). Elsevier, Amsterdam (2018)

Meeting Abstract (1)

Meeting Abstract
Zielinska, A.: The untimely separation of chromosomes and kinetochores in human oocytes may explain the maternal age effect. In Molecular Cytogenetics, 10 (Suppl 1), L19. 11th European Cytogenetics Conference, Florence, Italy, July 01, 2017 - July 04, 2017. (2017)

Thesis - PhD (1)

Thesis - PhD
Zielinska, A.: Studies in oocytes from three mammalian species demonstrate that meiotic kinetochores are composed of previously unidentified subdomains and reveal two novel mechanisms behind the maternal-age effect in humans. Dissertation, Trinity College, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom (2020)
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