Anna Akhmanova

Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands 
"Anna Akhmanova"
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Meiring JCM, Grigoriev I, Nijenhuis W, et al. (2022) Opto-katanin, an optogenetic tool for localized, microtubule disassembly. Current Biology : Cb
Maleki AN, Veld PJHI', Akhmanova A, et al. (2022) Estimation of microtubule-generated forces using a DNA origami nanospring. Journal of Cell Science
Willekers S, Tessadori F, van der Vaart B, et al. (2022) The centriolar satellite protein Cfap53 facilitates formation of the zygotic microtubule organizing center in the zebrafish embryo. Development (Cambridge, England). 149
Chen F, Wu J, Iwanski MK, et al. (2022) Self-assembly of pericentriolar material in interphase cells lacking centrioles. Elife. 11
Morthorst SK, Nielsen C, Farinelli P, et al. (2022) Angiomotin isoform 2 promotes binding of PALS1 to KIF13B at primary cilia and regulates ciliary length and signaling. Journal of Cell Science
Akhmanova A, Kapitein LC. (2022) Mechanisms of microtubule organization in differentiated animal cells. Nature Reviews. Molecular Cell Biology
Gao L, Meiring JCM, Varady A, et al. (2022) Photocontrol of Microtubule Dynamics and Integrity, Migration and Mitosis, by the Potent GFP-Imaging-Compatible Photoswitchable Reagents SBTubA4P and SBTub2M. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Alkemade C, Wierenga H, Volkov VA, et al. (2022) Cross-linkers at growing microtubule ends generate forces that drive actin transport. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119: e2112799119
Buijs RR, Hummel JJA, Burute M, et al. (2022) WDR47 protects neuronal microtubule minus ends from katanin-mediated severing. Cell Reports. 36: 109371
Rai A, Liu T, Katrukha EA, et al. (2021) Lattice defects induced by microtubule-stabilizing agents exert a long-range effect on microtubule growth by promoting catastrophes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
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