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Microtubule Severing Reconstituted in vitro

Microtubule Dynamic Instability with End-Binding Proteins

Single Molecule Motors and Cargos Powered by NanoMachines

Microtubule Fluctuations Used to Measure Mechanical Properties

Crowded Conditions Make Microtubules do the Loop-de-Loop

MAP65 Binding during Microtubule Gliding by Kinesin-1

Prebundling Microtubules MAP65 Creates Cell-Like Arrangements during Gliding Powered by Kinesin-1

J.D. Diaz-Valencia, M.M. Morelli, M. Bailey, D. Zhang, D.J. Sharp, and J.L. Ross, “Drosophila Katanin-60 Depolymerizes and Severs at Microtubule Defects,” Biophysical Journal, 100, 2440-2449 (2011).

L. Liu, E. Tuzel, J.L. Ross, “Loop formation in microtubules during gliding at high density,” Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter Special Issue: Cooperative Dynamics in Cells, 23, 374104 (2011)

L.Conway, D. Wood, E. Tuzel, J.L. Ross, “Motor Transport of Self-Assembled Cargos in Crowded Conditions,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, USA, 109, 20814-20819 (2012).

T.L. Hawkins, M. Mirigian, J. Li, M.S. Yasar, D.L. Sackett, D. Sept, J.L. Ross, “Perturbations in Microtubule Mechanics from Tubulin Preparation,” Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering, 5, 227-238 (2012).