Gregg G. Gundersen, Ph.D.

Pathology Columbia University, New York, NY 
Microtubules, Actin, Cell migration, Cell polarity
"Gregg Gundersen"


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Bennett M. Shapiro grad student 1983 University of Washington
 (Persistence of sperm surface components in the early embryo.)
J. Chloë Bulinski post-doc UCLA


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Geri E. Kreitzer grad student Columbia
Alexi Mikhailov grad student Columbia
Tiffani A. Cook grad student 2000 Columbia
Anita S. Infante grad student 2000 Columbia
Alexander F. Palazzo grad student 1997-2003 Columbia
Christina H. Eng grad student 2006 Columbia
Ellen J. Ezratty grad student 2007 Columbia
Francesca Bartolini post-doc Columbia (Chemistry Tree)
Eric Folker post-doc Columbia
Edgar R. Gomes post-doc 2002-2007 Columbia
Jan Schmoranzer post-doc 2003-2009 Columbia
GW Gant Luxton post-doc 2005-2011 Columbia
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Chang W, Wang Y, Luxton GWG, et al. (2019) Imbalanced nucleocytoskeletal connections create common polarity defects in progeria and physiological aging. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 116: 3578-3583
Zhu R, Gundersen GG. (2018) Centrifugal Displacement of Nuclei in Adherent Cells to Study LINC Complex-Dependent Mechanisms of Homeostatic Nuclear Positioning. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1840: 91-100
Antoku S, Gundersen GG. (2018) Analysis of Nesprin-2 Interaction with Its Binding Partners and Actin. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1840: 35-43
Schrank BR, Aparicio T, Li Y, et al. (2018) Nuclear ARP2/3 drives DNA break clustering for homology-directed repair. Nature
Zhu R, Liu C, Gundersen GG. (2017) Nuclear positioning in migrating fibroblasts. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology
Zhu R, Antoku S, Gundersen GG. (2017) Centrifugal Displacement of Nuclei Reveals Multiple LINC Complex Mechanisms for Homeostatic Nuclear Positioning. Current Biology : Cb
Qu X, Yuan FN, Corona C, et al. (2017) Stabilization of dynamic microtubules by mDia1 drives Tau-dependent Aβ1-42 synaptotoxicity. The Journal of Cell Biology
Saunders CA, Harris NJ, Willey PT, et al. (2017) TorsinA controls TAN line assembly and the retrograde flow of dorsal perinuclear actin cables during rearward nuclear movement. The Journal of Cell Biology
Kawamura A, Washington I, Mihai DM, et al. (2016) Identification of ginkgolide targets in brain by photoaffinity-labeling. Chemical Biology & Drug Design
Jayo A, Malboubi M, Antoku S, et al. (2016) Fascin Regulates Nuclear Movement and Deformation in Migrating Cells. Developmental Cell. 38: 371-83
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