Jeffrey N. Molk, Ph.D.

2006 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
Mitosis, Microtubules
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Edward D. (Ted) Salmon grad student 2006 UNC Chapel Hill
 (Microtubule plus end binding proteins and nuclear movements in the Saccharomyces cerevisiae life cycle.)
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Tenlen JR, Molk JN, London N, et al. (2008) MEX-5 asymmetry in one-cell C. elegans embryos requires PAR-4- and PAR-1-dependent phosphorylation. Development (Cambridge, England). 135: 3665-75
Gardner MK, Haase J, Mythreye K, et al. (2008) The microtubule-based motor Kar3 and plus end-binding protein Bim1 provide structural support for the anaphase spindle. The Journal of Cell Biology. 180: 91-100
Molk JN, Bloom K. (2006) Microtubule dynamics in the budding yeast mating pathway. Journal of Cell Science. 119: 3485-90
Shimogawa MM, Graczyk B, Gardner MK, et al. (2006) Mps1 phosphorylation of Dam1 couples kinetochores to microtubule plus ends at metaphase. Current Biology : Cb. 16: 1489-501
Joglekar AP, Bouck DC, Molk JN, et al. (2006) Molecular architecture of a kinetochore-microtubule attachment site. Nature Cell Biology. 8: 581-5
Molk JN, Salmon ED, Bloom K. (2006) Nuclear congression is driven by cytoplasmic microtubule plus end interactions in S. cerevisiae. The Journal of Cell Biology. 172: 27-39
Roumanie O, Wu H, Molk JN, et al. (2005) Rho GTPase regulation of exocytosis in yeast is independent of GTP hydrolysis and polarization of the exocyst complex. The Journal of Cell Biology. 170: 583-94
Molk JN, Schuyler SC, Liu JY, et al. (2004) The differential roles of budding yeast Tem1p, Cdc15p, and Bub2p protein dynamics in mitotic exit. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 15: 1519-32
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