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Albert M. Gordon grad student 1994 University of Washington
Lee Lawrence Huntsman grad student 1994 University of Washington
 (Contractile regulation by calcium in mammalian cardiac muscle.)
Jonathon Howard post-doc 1994-1999 University of Washington (Neurotree)
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Howard J, Hancock WO. (2020) Three Beads Are Better Than One. Biophysical Journal. 118: 1-3
Hunter AW, Caplow M, Coy DL, et al. (2003) The kinesin-related protein MCAK is a microtubule depolymerase that forms an ATP-hydrolyzing complex at microtubule ends. Molecular Cell. 11: 445-57
Vinh DB, Kern JW, Hancock WO, et al. (2002) Reconstitution and characterization of budding yeast gamma-tubulin complex. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 13: 1144-57
Coy DL, Hancock WO, Wagenbach M, et al. (1999) Kinesin's tail domain is an inhibitory regulator of the motor domain. Nature Cell Biology. 1: 288-92
Hancock WO, Howard J. (1999) Kinesin's processivity results from mechanical and chemical coordination between the ATP hydrolysis cycles of the two motor domains. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 96: 13147-52
Hancock WO, Howard J. (1998) Processivity of the motor protein kinesin requires two heads. The Journal of Cell Biology. 140: 1395-405
Hancock WO, Huntsman LL, Gordon AM. (1997) Models of calcium activation account for differences between skeletal and cardiac force redevelopment kinetics. Journal of Muscle Research and Cell Motility. 18: 671-81
Hancock WO, Martyn DA, Huntsman LL, et al. (1996) Influence of Ca2+ on force redevelopment kinetics in skinned rat myocardium. Biophysical Journal. 70: 2819-29
Hancock WO, Martyn DA, Huntsman LL. (1993) Ca2+ and segment length dependence of isometric force kinetics in intact ferret cardiac muscle Circulation Research. 73: 603-611
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