Russell J. Stewart
Russell J. Stewart
Professor of Bioengineering, University of Utah
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Hybrid hydrogels assembled from synthetic polymers and coiled-coil protein domains
C Wang, RJ Stewart, JŘ KopeČek
Nature 397 (6718), 417-420, 1999
The kinesin-like ncd protein of Drosophila is a minus end-directed microtubule motor
HB McDonald, RJ Stewart, LSB Goldstein
Cell 63 (6), 1159-1165, 1990
Two-dimensional tracking of ncd motility by back focal plane interferometry
MW Allersma, F Gittes, MJ deCastro, RJ Stewart, CF Schmidt
Biophysical journal 74 (2), 1074-1085, 1998
Biomimetic underwater adhesives with environmentally triggered setting mechanisms
H Shao, RJ Stewart
Advanced materials 22 (6), 729-733, 2010
Natural underwater adhesives
RJ Stewart, TC Ransom, V Hlady
Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics 49 (11), 757-771, 2011
Complex coacervates as a foundation for synthetic underwater adhesives
RJ Stewart, CS Wang, H Shao
Advances in colloid and interface science 167 (1-2), 85-93, 2011
Cement proteins of the tube-building polychaete Phragmatopoma californica
H Zhao, C Sun, RJ Stewart, JH Waite
Journal of Biological Chemistry 280 (52), 42938-42944, 2005
Evidence that the head of kinesin is sufficient for force generation and motility in vitro
JT Yang, WM Saxton, RJ Stewart, EC Raff, LSB Goldstein
Science 249 (4964), 42-47, 1990
A Water‐Borne Adhesive Modeled after the Sandcastle Glue of P. californica
H Shao, KN Bachus, RJ Stewart
Macromolecular bioscience 9 (5), 464-471, 2009
The tube cement of Phragmatopoma californica: a solid foam
RJ Stewart, JC Weaver, DE Morse, JH Waite
Journal of experimental biology 207 (26), 4727-4734, 2004
Minus-end-directed motion of kinesin–coated microspheres driven by microtubule depolymerization
VA Lombillo, RJ Stewart, J Richard McIntosh
Nature 373 (6510), 161-164, 1995
Imaging globular and filamentous proteins in physiological buffer solutions with tapping mode atomic force microscopy
M Fritz, M Radmacher, JP Cleveland, MW Allersma, RJ Stewart, ...
Langmuir 11 (9), 3529-3535, 1995
Direction of microtubule movement is an intrinsic property of the motor domains of kinesin heavy chain and Drosophila ncd protein.
RJ Stewart, JP Thaler, LS Goldstein
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 90 (11), 5209-5213, 1993
Mitochondrial Association of a Plus End–Directed Microtubule Motor Expressed during Mitosis in Drosophila
AJ Pereira, B Dalby, RJ Stewart, SJ Doxsey, LSB Goldstein
The Journal of cell biology 136 (5), 1081-1090, 1997
Multiphase adhesive coacervates inspired by the sandcastle worm
S Kaur, GM Weerasekare, RJ Stewart
ACS applied materials & interfaces 3 (4), 941-944, 2011
The role of coacervation and phase transitions in the sandcastle worm adhesive system
RJ Stewart, CS Wang, IT Song, JP Jones
Advances in colloid and interface science 239, 88-96, 2017
Toward kinesin-powered microdevices
L Limberis, RJ Stewart
Nanotechnology 11 (2), 47, 2000
Hybrid hydrogels cross-linked by genetically engineered coiled-coil block proteins
C Wang, J Kopeček, RJ Stewart
Biomacromolecules 2 (3), 912-920, 2001
Biocompatibility of adhesive complex coacervates modeled after the sandcastle glue of Phragmatopoma californica for craniofacial reconstruction
BD Winslow, H Shao, RJ Stewart, PA Tresco
Biomaterials 31 (36), 9373-9381, 2010
Adaptation of caddisfly larval silks to aquatic habitats by phosphorylation of H-fibroin serines
RJ Stewart, CS Wang
Biomacromolecules 11 (4), 969-974, 2010
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