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EB1 targets to kinetochores with attached, polymerizing microtubules.
Roles of polymerization dynamics, opposed motors, and a tensile element in governing the length of Xenopus extract meiotic spindles.
Chemical subdomains within the kinetochore domain of isolated CHO mitotic chromosomes.
Slide-and-cluster models for spindle assembly.
Spindle fusion requires dynein-mediated sliding of oppositely oriented microtubules.
Identification and partial characterization of mitotic centromere-associated kinesin, a kinesin-related protein that associates with centromeres during mitosis.
Self-organization of stabilized microtubules by both spindle and midzone mechanisms in Xenopus egg cytosol.
Multiple mechanisms determine ER network morphology during the cell cycle in Xenopus egg extracts.
Cell biology: How cilia beat.
Increased lateral microtubule contact at the cell cortex is sufficient to drive mammalian spindle elongation.
Co-movement of astral microtubules, organelles and F-actin by dynein and actomyosin forces in frog egg cytoplasm.