Richard T. Tregear

Affiliations: 
University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
Area:
Muscle physiology
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Steven Marston grad student Imperial College London
Maxine L. Clarke grad student 1981 Oxford
William J Lehman research scientist 1973-1973 Oxford (Physics Tree)
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Wu S, Liu J, Reedy MC, et al. (2012) Structural changes in isometrically contracting insect flight muscle trapped following a mechanical perturbation. Plos One. 7: e39422
Wu S, Liu J, Reedy MC, et al. (2010) Electron tomography of cryofixed, isometrically contracting insect flight muscle reveals novel actin-myosin interactions. Plos One. 5
Askew GN, Tregear RT, Ellington CP. (2010) The scaling of myofibrillar actomyosin ATPase activity in apid bee flight muscle in relation to hovering flight energetics. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 213: 1195-206
Tregear R. (2008) The birth of the journal of muscle research Journal of Muscle Research and Cell Motility. 29: 145
Bekyarova TI, Reedy MC, Baumann BAJ, et al. (2008) Reverse actin sliding triggers strong myosin binding that moves tropomyosin Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 105: 10372-10377
Liu J, Reedy MC, Goldman YE, et al. (2004) Electron tomography of fast frozen, stretched rigor fibers reveals elastic distortions in the myosin crossbridges. Journal of Structural Biology. 147: 268-82
Tregear RT, Reedy MC, Goldman YE, et al. (2004) Cross-bridge number, position, and angle in target zones of cryofixed isometrically active insect flight muscle. Biophysical Journal. 86: 3009-19
Molloy JE, Kendrick-Jones J, Veigel C, et al. (2000) An unexpectedly large working stroke from chymotryptic fragments of myosin II. Febs Letters. 480: 293-7
Taylor KA, Schmitz H, Reedy MC, et al. (1999) Tomographic 3D reconstruction of quick-frozen, Ca2+-activated contracting insect flight muscle. Cell. 99: 421-31
Tregear RT, Edwards RJ, Irving TC, et al. (1998) X-ray diffraction indicates that active cross-bridges bind to actin target zones in insect flight muscle. Biophysical Journal. 74: 1439-51
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