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Nucleotide binding and phosphorylation in microtubule assembly in vitro.
The mechanism of microtubule assembly in vitro.
Microtubule assembly and nucleation.
Nucleotide specificity in microtubule assembly in vitro.
The minimum GTP cap required to stabilize microtubules.
Corequirement of specific phosphoinositides and small GTP-binding protein Cdc42 in inducing actin assembly in Xenopus egg extracts.
Bioenergetics and kinetics of microtubule and actin filament assembly-disassembly.
The Arp2/3 complex mediates actin polymerization induced by the small GTP-binding protein Cdc42.
A chemical inhibitor of N-WASP reveals a new mechanism for targeting protein interactions.
Some thoughts on the partitioning of tubulin between monomer and polymer under conditions of dynamic instability.
Polewards chromosome movement driven by microtubule depolymerization in vitro.
Implications of treadmilling for the stability and polarity of actin and tubulin polymers in vivo.
Beyond self-assembly: from microtubules to morphogenesis.
Turnover of tubulin and the N site GTP in Chinese hamster ovary cells.