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Clifford P. Brangwynne

Chemical and Biological Engineering Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
self-assembly of biological materials
"Clifford P. Brangwynne"

Cliff Brangwynne obtained his PhD (2007) at Harvard University working in the group of David Weitz. He was a visiting fellow at the Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems in Dresden, and was awarded a Helen Hay Whitney Fellowship to work with Anthony Hyman at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden (2008–2010).

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David A. Weitz grad student 2007 Harvard
 (Mechanics and dynamics of microtubule bending.)
Anthony Hyman post-doc 2008-2010 Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics


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Anastasia Repouliou research assistant 2019-2020 Princeton (FlyTree)
Joshua A. Riback post-doc 2018- Princeton
Stephanie C. Weber post-doc 2011-2015 Princeton
Yongdae Shin post-doc 2014-2017 Princeton (Neurotree)
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Riback JA, Eeftens JM, Lee DSW, et al. (2023) Viscoelasticity and advective flow of RNA underlies nucleolar form and function. Molecular Cell. 83: 3095-3107.e9
Lee DSW, Choi CH, Sanders DW, et al. (2023) Size distributions of intracellular condensates reflect competition between coalescence and nucleation. Nature Physics. 19: 586-596
Lee DSW, Strom AR, Brangwynne CP. (2022) The mechanobiology of nuclear phase separation. Apl Bioengineering. 6: 021503
Eeftens JM, Kapoor M, Michieletto D, et al. (2021) Polycomb condensates can promote epigenetic marks but are not required for sustained chromatin compaction. Nature Communications. 12: 5888
Rana U, Brangwynne CP, Panagiotopoulos AZ. (2021) Phase separation vs aggregation behavior for model disordered proteins. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 155: 125101
Shimobayashi SF, Ronceray P, Sanders DW, et al. (2021) Nucleation landscape of biomolecular condensates. Nature
Zhang Y, Lee DSW, Meir Y, et al. (2021) Mechanical Frustration of Phase Separation in the Cell Nucleus by Chromatin. Physical Review Letters. 126: 258102
Wei MT, Chang YC, Shimobayashi SF, et al. (2020) Nucleated transcriptional condensates amplify gene expression. Nature Cell Biology
Lafontaine DLJ, Riback JA, Bascetin R, et al. (2020) The nucleolus as a multiphase liquid condensate. Nature Reviews. Molecular Cell Biology
Riback JA, Zhu L, Ferrolino MC, et al. (2020) Composition-dependent thermodynamics of intracellular phase separation. Nature. 581: 209-214
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