Jeffrey H. Stear, Ph.D.

2003 University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Cell Biology
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Mark B. Roth grad student 2003 University of Washington
 (Studies of chromosome structure and movement in Caenorhabditis elegans.)
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Wang Y, Stear JH, Swain A, et al. (2020) Drug targeting the actin cytoskeleton potentiates the cytotoxicity of low dose vincristine by abrogating actin-mediated repair of spindle defects. Molecular Cancer Research : McR
Meiring JCM, Bryce NS, Wang Y, et al. (2018) Co-polymers of Actin and Tropomyosin Account for a Major Fraction of the Human Actin Cytoskeleton. Current Biology : Cb
Ferreira J, Stear JH, Saumweber H. (2017) Nucleoporins NPP-10, NPP-13, and NPP-20 are required for HCP-4 nuclear import to establish correct centromere assembly. Journal of Cell Science
Appaduray MA, Masedunskas A, Bryce NS, et al. (2016) Recruitment Kinetics of Tropomyosin Tpm3.1 to Actin Filament Bundles in the Cytoskeleton Is Independent of Actin Filament Kinetics. Plos One. 11: e0168203
Gell C, Bormuth V, Brouhard GJ, et al. (2010) Microtubule dynamics reconstituted in vitro and imaged by single-molecule fluorescence microscopy. Methods in Cell Biology. 95: 221-45
Zanic M, Stear JH, Hyman AA, et al. (2009) EB1 recognizes the nucleotide state of tubulin in the microtubule lattice. Plos One. 4: e7585
Görisch SM, Sporbert A, Stear JH, et al. (2008) Uncoupling the replication machinery: replication fork progression in the absence of processive DNA synthesis. Cell Cycle (Georgetown, Tex.). 7: 1983-90
Brouhard GJ, Stear JH, Noetzel TL, et al. (2008) XMAP215 is a processive microtubule polymerase. Cell. 132: 79-88
Stear JH, Roth MB. (2004) The Caenorhabditis elegans kinetochore reorganizes at prometaphase and in response to checkpoint stimuli. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 15: 5187-96
Stear JH, Roth MB. (2002) Characterization of HCP-6, a C. elegans protein required to prevent chromosome twisting and merotelic attachment. Genes & Development. 16: 1498-508
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