WAVE-Deficient Autoimmune Disorders, Wandering Monopolar Spindles, and a Guide to Selecting Cellular Actin Probes
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- Five patients with immunodeficiency harbor mutations in the WAVE regulatory complex.
Cook et al. | Lenardo Lab | Science
- Dilution of the cell cycle inhibitor Rb in growing cells triggers cell division to maintain cell size.
Zatulovskiy et al. | Skotheim Lab | Science
- Curved protofilaments at growing microtubule ends could explain kinetochore coupling.
Gudimchuk | McIntosh Lab | Nature Communications
- Microtubules help coordinate cytokinetic furrow formation in fission yeast.
Dundon and Pollard | Pollard Lab | Molecular Biology of the Cell
- Wandering monopolar spindles in flattened cells reveal spindle positioning mechanisms.
Dimitracopoulos et al. | Baum Lab | Current Biology
- XMAP215 and γ-tubulin have distinct modes of promoting microtubule nucleation.
King et al. | Davis Lab | Molecular Biology of the Cell
- A pliable tethering domain confers functional diversity to the microtubule motor KIF14.
Zhernov et al. | Lansky Lab | Current Biology
Structural Insights into Actin Filament Recognition by Commonly Used Cellular Actin Markers
Kumari et al. | The EMBO Journal
High resolution structures of commonly utilized actin markers – Read
Disease Mutations in Striated Muscle Myosins
Parker and Peckham | Biophysical Reviews
Mutations in various myosin isoforms and their disease-causing effects – Read
The Tubulin Code in Microtubule Dynamics and Information Encoding
Roll-Mecak | Developmental Cell
Tubulin diversity and the mechanistic underpinnings of the tubulin code – Read
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