Cliff Brangwynne
Cliff Brangwynne
Professor, Chemical and Biological Engineering, Princeton University
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Germline P granules are liquid droplets that localize by controlled dissolution/condensation
CP Brangwynne, CR Eckmann, DS Courson, A Rybarska, C Hoege, ...
Science 324 (5935), 1729-1732, 2009
7742009
Microtubules can bear enhanced compressive loads in living cells because of lateral reinforcement
CP Brangwynne, FC MacKintosh, S Kumar, NA Geisse, J Talbot, ...
J Cell Biol 173 (5), 733-741, 2006
5522006
Directional control of lamellipodia extension by constraining cell shape and orienting cell tractional forces
KK Parker, AMYL Brock, C Brangwynne, RJ Mannix, N Wang, E Ostuni, ...
The FASEB journal 16 (10), 1195-1204, 2002
4902002
Active liquid-like behavior of nucleoli determines their size and shape in Xenopus laevis oocytes
CP Brangwynne, TJ Mitchison, AA Hyman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (11), 4334-4339, 2011
4102011
The cell as a material
KE Kasza, AC Rowat, J Liu, TE Angelini, CP Brangwynne, GH Koenderink, ...
Current opinion in cell biology 19 (1), 101-107, 2007
3912007
Liquid phase condensation in cell physiology and disease
Y Shin, CP Brangwynne
Science 357 (6357), eaaf4382, 2017
3412017
Coexisting liquid phases underlie nucleolar subcompartments
M Feric, N Vaidya, TS Harmon, DM Mitrea, L Zhu, TM Richardson, ...
Cell 165 (7), 1686-1697, 2016
3272016
The disordered P granule protein LAF-1 drives phase separation into droplets with tunable viscosity and dynamics
S Elbaum-Garfinkle, Y Kim, K Szczepaniak, CCH Chen, CR Eckmann, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (23), 7189-7194, 2015
2972015
Polymer physics of intracellular phase transitions
CP Brangwynne, P Tompa, RV Pappu
Nature Physics 11 (11), 899-904, 2015
2852015
Getting RNA and protein in phase
SC Weber, CP Brangwynne
Cell 149 (6), 1188-1191, 2012
2722012
RNA controls PolyQ protein phase transitions
H Zhang, S Elbaum-Garfinkle, EM Langdon, N Taylor, P Occhipinti, ...
Molecular cell 60 (2), 220-230, 2015
2172015
Glioma expansion in collagen I matrices: analyzing collagen concentration-dependent growth and motility patterns
LJ Kaufman, CP Brangwynne, KE Kasza, E Filippidi, VD Gordon, ...
Biophysical journal 89 (1), 635-650, 2005
2172005
Phase transitions and size scaling of membrane-less organelles
CP Brangwynne
J Cell Biol 203 (6), 875-881, 2013
1892013
Bending dynamics of fluctuating biopolymers probed by automated high-resolution filament tracking
CP Brangwynne, GH Koenderink, E Barry, Z Dogic, FC MacKintosh, ...
Biophysical journal 93 (1), 346-359, 2007
1652007
Nonequilibrium microtubule fluctuations in a model cytoskeleton
CP Brangwynne, GH Koenderink, FC MacKintosh, DA Weitz
Physical review letters 100 (11), 118104, 2008
1622008
Intracellular transport by active diffusion
CP Brangwynne, GH Koenderink, FC MacKintosh, DA Weitz
Trends in cell biology 19 (9), 423-427, 2009
1552009
Cytoplasmic diffusion: molecular motors mix it up
CP Brangwynne, GH Koenderink, FC MacKintosh, DA Weitz
The Journal of cell biology 183 (4), 583-587, 2008
1502008
Mechanical response of cytoskeletal networks
ML Gardel, KE Kasza, CP Brangwynne, J Liu, DA Weitz
Methods in cell biology 89, 487-519, 2008
1432008
Force fluctuations and polymerization dynamics of intracellular microtubules
CP Brangwynne, FC MacKintosh, DA Weitz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (41), 16128-16133, 2007
1252007
Nuclear bodies: the emerging biophysics of nucleoplasmic phases
L Zhu, CP Brangwynne
Current opinion in cell biology 34, 23-30, 2015
1212015
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