Tim Huffaker

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Genetics
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Patrick Wu research assistant 2008-2011 Cornell
Hongwei Yin grad student 2001 Cornell
Christine T. Brew grad student 2002 Cornell
Karena A. Kosco grad student 2002 Cornell
Liru You grad student 2002 Cornell
Michael J. Wolyniak grad student 2004 Cornell
Eric Hwang grad student 2005 Cornell
Baoying Huang grad student 2006 Cornell
Irene A. Amaro grad student 2010 Cornell
Kristina A. Blake-Hodek grad student 2010 Cornell
Zane J. Bergman grad student 2005-2011 Cornell
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Geyer EA, Burns A, Lalonde BA, et al. (2015) A mutation uncouples the tubulin conformational and GTPase cycles, revealing allosteric control of microtubule dynamics. Elife. 4
Bergman ZJ, Xia X, Amaro IA, et al. (2012) Constitutive dynein activity in She1 mutants reveals differences in microtubule attachment at the yeast spindle pole body. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 23: 2319-26
Albulescu LO, Sabet N, Gudipati M, et al. (2012) A quantitative, high-throughput reverse genetic screen reveals novel connections between Pre-mRNA splicing and 5' and 3' end transcript determinants. Plos Genetics. 8: e1002530
Blake-Hodek KA, Cassimeris L, Huffaker TC. (2010) Regulation of microtubule dynamics by Bim1 and Bik1, the budding yeast members of the EB1 and CLIP-170 families of plus-end tracking proteins. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 21: 2013-23
Amaro IA, Costanzo M, Boone C, et al. (2008) The Saccharomyces cerevisiae homolog of p24 is essential for maintaining the association of p150Glued with the dynactin complex. Genetics. 178: 703-9
Park CJ, Park JE, Karpova TS, et al. (2008) Requirement for the budding yeast polo kinase Cdc5 in proper microtubule growth and dynamics. Eukaryotic Cell. 7: 444-53
Huang B, Huffaker TC. (2006) Dynamic microtubules are essential for efficient chromosome capture and biorientation in S. cerevisiae. The Journal of Cell Biology. 175: 17-23
Wolyniak MJ, Blake-Hodek K, Kosco K, et al. (2006) The regulation of microtubule dynamics in Saccharomyces cerevisiae by three interacting plus-end tracking proteins. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 17: 2789-98
You L, Gillilan R, Huffaker TC. (2004) Model for the yeast cofactor A-beta-tubulin complex based on computational docking and mutagensis. Journal of Molecular Biology. 341: 1343-54
Hwang E, Kusch J, Barral Y, et al. (2003) Spindle orientation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae depends on the transport of microtubule ends along polarized actin cables. The Journal of Cell Biology. 161: 483-8
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