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Academic Article Control of microtubule dynamics by Stu2p is essential for spindle orientation and metaphase chromosome alignment in yeast.
Academic Article Dynamic microtubules lead the way for spindle positioning.
Academic Article Measuring nanometer scale gradients in spindle microtubule dynamics using model convolution microscopy.
Academic Article Centrioles want to move out and make cilia.
Academic Article Budding yeast chromosome structure and dynamics during mitosis.
Academic Article CSAP localizes to polyglutamylated microtubules and promotes proper cilia function and zebrafish development.
Academic Article Yeast kinetochores do not stabilize Stu2p-dependent spindle microtubule dynamics.
Academic Article Stable kinetochore-microtubule attachment constrains centromere positioning in metaphase.
Academic Article Microtubule-dependent changes in assembly of microtubule motor proteins and mitotic spindle checkpoint proteins at PtK1 kinetochores.
Academic Article Mechanisms of microtubule-based kinetochore positioning in the yeast metaphase spindle.
Academic Article Tension-dependent regulation of microtubule dynamics at kinetochores can explain metaphase congression in yeast.
Academic Article New Tetrahymena basal body protein components identify basal body domain structure.
Academic Article Bld10/Cep135 stabilizes basal bodies to resist cilia-generated forces.
Concept Microtubules
Concept Microtubule-Associated Proteins
Academic Article Choosing sides--asymmetric centriole and basal body assembly.
Academic Article DisAp-dependent striated fiber elongation is required to organize ciliary arrays.
Academic Article A Short CEP135 Splice Isoform Controls Centriole Duplication.
Academic Article Tetrahymena Poc1 ensures proper intertriplet microtubule linkages to maintain basal body integrity.
Academic Article Asymmetrically localized proteins stabilize basal bodies against ciliary beating forces.
Grant Mechanisms of basal body assembly, stability and positioning
Academic Article Idiopathic Scoliosis Families Highlight Actin-Based and Microtubule-Based Cellular Projections and Extracellular Matrix in Disease Etiology.
Academic Article Proteins that control the geometry of microtubules at the ends of cilia.
Academic Article Microtubule glycylation promotes attachment of basal bodies to the cell cortex.
Academic Article Ciliary force-responsive striated fibers promote basal body connections and cortical interactions.
Academic Article Sas4 links basal bodies to cell division via Hippo signaling.
Academic Article A semi-automated machine learning-aided approach to quantitative analysis of centrosomes and microtubule organization.
Grant Centrosome regulation of trafficking, ciliogenesis and cilia-dependent signaling
Grant Centriole assembly and function for centrosome and cilia biology
Academic Article The SON RNA splicing factor is required for intracellular trafficking structures that promote centriole assembly and ciliogenesis.
Academic Article Trisomy 21 increases microtubules and disrupts centriolar satellite localization.
Academic Article Basal bodies bend in response to ciliary forces.
Academic Article Poc1 is a basal body inner junction protein that promotes triplet microtubule integrity and interconnections.

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