Making Lab: Publications

  • Curran, S; Strandkvist, C; Bathmann, J; de Gennes, M; Kabla, A; Salbreux, G and Baum, B (2017)
    Myosin II controls junction fluctuations to guide epithelial tissue ordering.
    Developmental Cell 43, 480-492 e486 PubMed abstract
  • Gehrig, S; Macpherson, JA; Driscoll, PC; Symon, A; Martin, SR; MacRae, JI; Kleinjung, J; Fraternali, F and Anastasiou, D (2017)
    An engineered photoswitchable mammalian pyruvate kinase.
    FEBS Journal 284, 2955-2980 PubMed abstract
  • Shaya, O; Binshtok, U; Hersch, M; Rivkin, D; Weinreb, S; Amir-Zilberstein, L; Khamaisi, B; Oppenheim, O; Desai, RA; Goodyear, RJ; Richardson, GP; Chen, CS and Sprinzak, D (2017)
    Cell-cell contact area affects notch signaling and notch-dependent patterning.
    Developmental Cell 40, 505-511 PubMed abstract
  • Bergert, M; Erzberger, A; Desai, RA; Aspalter, IM; Oates, AC; Charras, G; Salbreux, G and Paluch, EK (2015)
    Force transmission during adhesion-independent migration.
    Nature Cell Biology 17, 524-529 PubMed abstract
  • Desai, RA; Gopal, SB; Chen, S and Chen, CS (2013)
    Contact inhibition of locomotion probabilities drive solitary versus collective cell migration.
    Journal of the Royal Society Interface 10, 20130717 PubMed abstract
  • Lancaster, OM; Le Berre, M; Dimitracopoulos, A; Bonazzi, D; Zlotek-Zlotkiewicz, E; Picone, R; Duke, T; Piel, M and Baum, B (2013)
    Mitotic rounding alters cell geometry to ensure efficient bipolar spindle formation.
    Developmental Cell 25, 270-283 PubMed abstract
  • Desai, RA; Khan, MK; Gopal, SB and Chen, CS (2011)
    Subcellular spatial segregation of integrin subtypes by patterned multicomponent surfaces.
    Integrative Biology 3, 560-567 PubMed abstract
  • Picone, R; Ren, X; Ivanovitch, KD; Clarke, JDW; McKendry, RA and Baum, B (2010)
    A polarised population of dynamic microtubules mediates homeostatic length control in animal cells.
    PLOS Biology 8, e1000542 PubMed abstract

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