Charles L Asbury
Charles L Asbury
University of Washington, Physiology & Biophysics
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Kinesin moves by an asymmetric hand-over-hand mechanism
CL Asbury, AN Fehr, SM Block
Science 302 (5653), 2130-2134, 2003
Tension directly stabilizes reconstituted kinetochore-microtubule attachments
B Akiyoshi, KK Sarangapani, AF Powers, CR Nelson, SL Reichow, ...
Nature 468 (7323), 576-579, 2010
An automated two-dimensional optical force clamp for single molecule studies
MJ Lang, CL Asbury, JW Shaevitz, SM Block
Biophysical journal 83 (1), 491-501, 2002
Probing the kinesin reaction cycle with a 2D optical force clamp
SM Block, CL Asbury, JW Shaevitz, MJ Lang
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (5), 2351-2356, 2003
The kinesin-8 motor Kif18A suppresses kinetochore movements to control mitotic chromosome alignment
J Stumpff, G Von Dassow, M Wagenbach, C Asbury, L Wordeman
Developmental cell 14 (2), 252-262, 2008
The Ndc80 kinetochore complex forms load-bearing attachments to dynamic microtubule tips via biased diffusion
AF Powers, AD Franck, DR Gestaut, J Cooper, B Gracyzk, RR Wei, ...
Cell 136 (5), 865-875, 2009
Trapping of DNA in nonuniform oscillating electric fields
CL Asbury, G Van Den Engh
Biophysical Journal 74 (2), 1024-1030, 1998
Trapping of DNA by dielectrophoresis
CL Asbury, AH Diercks, G Van Den Engh
Electrophoresis 23 (16), 2658-2666, 2002
Cooperation of the Dam1 and Ndc80 kinetochore complexes enhances microtubule coupling and is regulated by aurora B
JF Tien, NT Umbreit, DR Gestaut, AD Franck, J Cooper, L Wordeman, ...
Journal of Cell Biology 189 (4), 713-723, 2010
The Dam1 kinetochore complex harnesses microtubule dynamics to produce force and movement
CL Asbury, DR Gestaut, AF Powers, AD Franck, TN Davis
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (26), 9873-9878, 2006
Phosphoregulation and depolymerization-driven movement of the Dam1 complex do not require ring formation
DR Gestaut, B Graczyk, J Cooper, PO Widlund, A Zelter, L Wordeman, ...
Nature cell biology 10 (4), 407-414, 2008
Tension applied through the Dam1 complex promotes microtubule elongation providing a direct mechanism for length control in mitosis
AD Franck, AF Powers, DR Gestaut, T Gonen, TN Davis, CL Asbury
Nature cell biology 9 (7), 832-837, 2007
Kinesin: world's tiniest biped
CL Asbury
Current opinion in cell biology 17 (1), 89-97, 2005
Kif18A and chromokinesins confine centromere movements via microtubule growth suppression and spatial control of kinetochore tension
J Stumpff, M Wagenbach, A Franck, CL Asbury, L Wordeman
Developmental cell 22 (5), 1017-1029, 2012
A TOG protein confers tension sensitivity to kinetochore-microtubule attachments
MP Miller, CL Asbury, S Biggins
Cell 165 (6), 1428-1439, 2016
The Ndc80 kinetochore complex directly modulates microtubule dynamics
NT Umbreit, DR Gestaut, JF Tien, BS Vollmar, T Gonen, CL Asbury, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (40), 16113-16118, 2012
A tethering mechanism controls the processivity and kinetochore-microtubule plus-end enrichment of the kinesin-8 Kif18A
J Stumpff, Y Du, CA English, Z Maliga, M Wagenbach, CL Asbury, ...
Molecular cell 43 (5), 764-775, 2011
Catalysis of the microtubule on-rate is the major parameter regulating the depolymerase activity of MCAK
JR Cooper, M Wagenbach, CL Asbury, L Wordeman
Nature structural & molecular biology 17 (1), 77-82, 2010
Experimental investigation of steady flow in rigid models of abdominal aortic aneurysms
CL Asbury, JW Ruberti, EI Bluth, RA Peattie
Annals of biomedical engineering 23 (1), 29-39, 1995
Force is a signal that cells cannot ignore
EC Yusko, CL Asbury
Molecular biology of the cell 25 (23), 3717-3725, 2014
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