Richard C. Weisenberg

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Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
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Demonstrated that microtubules can be assembled in vitro from tubulin.

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Gao BC, Weisenberg RC. (1988) Characterization of a microtubule-stimulated adenosinetriphosphatase activity associated with microtubule gelation-contraction. Biochemistry. 27: 5032-8
Weisenberg RC, Flynn J, Gao BC, et al. (1988) Microtubule gelation-contraction in vitro and its relationship to component a of slow axonal transport. Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton. 10: 331-40
Weisenberg RC, Flynn J, Gao BC, et al. (1987) Microtubule gelation-contraction: essential components and relation to slow axonal transport. Science (New York, N.Y.). 238: 1119-22
Weisenberg RC, Allen RD, Inoue S. (1986) ATP-dependent formation and motility of aster-like structures with isolated calf brain microtubule proteins. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 83: 1728-32
Cianci C, Graff D, Gao B, et al. (1986) ATP-dependent gelation contraction of microtubules in vitro. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 466: 656-9
Weisenberg RC. (1986) Kinetic and steady state analysis of microtubule assembly. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 466: 543-51
Weisenberg RC, Cianci C. (1984) ATP-induced gelation--contraction of microtubules assembled in vitro. The Journal of Cell Biology. 99: 1527-33
Weisenberg RC, Cianci C. (1982) Does colchicine inhibit microtubule assembly substoichiometrically? Journal of Cell Biology. 95: no. 17060
Weisenberg RC, Deery WJ. (1981) The mechanism of calcium-induced microtubule disassembly. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 102: 924-31
Deery WJ, Weisenberg RC. (1981) Kinetic and steady-state analysis of microtubules in the presence of colchicine. Biochemistry. 20: 2316-24
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