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Jennifer Catherine Waters, PH.D.

TitleInstructor in Cell Biology
InstitutionHarvard Medical School
DepartmentCell Biology
AddressHarvard Medical School
Cell Biology, LHRRB 113
240 Longwood Ave
Boston MA 02115
Phone617/432-3542
Fax617/432-1144

 Biography 
 awards and honors
2002 - OPIA Imaging Association Award for Achievement in Optical Microscopy

 Research 
 research resources
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 selected publications
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  1. Salmon ED, Shaw SL, Waters JC, Waterman-Storer CM, Maddox PS, Yeh E, Bloom K. A high-resolution multimode digital microscope system. Methods Cell Biol. 2013; 114:179-210.
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  2. Waters JC. Live-cell fluorescence imaging. Methods Cell Biol. 2013; 114:125-50.
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  3. Salmon WC, Waters JC. CCD cameras for fluorescence imaging of living cells. Cold Spring Harb Protoc. 2011 Jul; 2011(7):790-802.
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  4. Waters JC. Accuracy and precision in quantitative fluorescence microscopy. J Cell Biol. 2009 Jun 29; 185(7):1135-48.
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  5. Murray JM, Appleton PL, Swedlow JR, Waters JC. Evaluating performance in three-dimensional fluorescence microscopy. J Microsc. 2007 Dec; 228(Pt 3):390-405.
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  6. Waters JC. Live-cell fluorescence imaging. Methods Cell Biol. 2007; 81:115-40.
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  7. Salmon ED, Shaw SL, Waters JC, Waterman-Storer CM, Maddox PS, Yeh E, Bloom K. A high-resolution multimode digital microscope system. Methods Cell Biol. 2007; 81:187-218.
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  8. Salic A, Waters JC, Mitchison TJ. Vertebrate shugoshin links sister centromere cohesion and kinetochore microtubule stability in mitosis. Cell. 2004 Sep 3; 118(5):567-78.
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  9. Salmon ED, Shaw SL, Waters J, Waterman-Storer CM, Maddox PS, Yeh E, Bloom K. A high-resolution multimode digital microscope system. Methods Cell Biol. 2003; 72:185-216.
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  10. Nicklas RB, Waters JC, Salmon ED, Ward SC. Checkpoint signals in grasshopper meiosis are sensitive to microtubule attachment, but tension is still essential. J Cell Sci. 2001 Dec; 114(Pt 23):4173-83.
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  11. Waters JC, Chen RH, Murray AW, Gorbsky GJ, Salmon ED, Nicklas RB. Mad2 binding by phosphorylated kinetochores links error detection and checkpoint action in mitosis. Curr Biol. 1999 Jun 17; 9(12):649-52.
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  12. Waters JC, Chen RH, Murray AW, Salmon ED. Localization of Mad2 to kinetochores depends on microtubule attachment, not tension. J Cell Biol. 1998 Jun 1; 141(5):1181-91.
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  13. Waters JC, Salmon E. Pathways of spindle assembly. Curr Opin Cell Biol. 1997 Feb; 9(1):37-43.
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  14. Waters JC, Skibbens RV, Salmon ED. Oscillating mitotic newt lung cell kinetochores are, on average, under tension and rarely push. J Cell Sci. 1996 Dec; 109 ( Pt 12):2823-31.
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  15. Chen RH, Waters JC, Salmon ED, Murray AW. Association of spindle assembly checkpoint component XMAD2 with unattached kinetochores. Science. 1996 Oct 11; 274(5285):242-6.
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  16. Waters JC, Mitchison TJ, Rieder CL, Salmon ED. The kinetochore microtubule minus-end disassembly associated with poleward flux produces a force that can do work. Mol Biol Cell. 1996 Oct; 7(10):1547-58.
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  17. Waters JC, Salmon ED. Cytoskeleton: a catastrophic kinesin. Curr Biol. 1996 Apr 1; 6(4):361-3.
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  18. Waters JC, Salmon ED. Chromosomes take an active role in spindle assembly. Bioessays. 1995 Nov; 17(11):911-4.
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  19. Waters JC, Cole RW, Rieder CL. The force-producing mechanism for centrosome separation during spindle formation in vertebrates is intrinsic to each aster. J Cell Biol. 1993 Jul; 122(2):361-72.
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