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
9082009
Microtubules can bear enhanced compressive loads in living cells because of lateral reinforcement
CP Brangwynne, FC MacKintosh, S Kumar, NA Geisse, J Talbot, ...
The Journal of cell biology 173 (5), 733-741, 2006
5652006
Liquid phase condensation in cell physiology and disease
Y Shin, CP Brangwynne
Science 357 (6357), eaaf4382, 2017
5172017
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
5032002
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
4822011
Coexisting liquid phases underlie nucleolar subcompartments
M Feric, N Vaidya, TS Harmon, DM Mitrea, L Zhu, TM Richardson, ...
Cell 165 (7), 1686-1697, 2016
4422016
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
4042007
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
3602015
Polymer physics of intracellular phase transitions
CP Brangwynne, P Tompa, RV Pappu
Nature Physics 11 (11), 899-904, 2015
3582015
Getting RNA and protein in phase
SC Weber, CP Brangwynne
Cell 149 (6), 1188-1191, 2012
3032012
RNA controls PolyQ protein phase transitions
H Zhang, S Elbaum-Garfinkle, EM Langdon, N Taylor, P Occhipinti, ...
Molecular cell 60 (2), 220-230, 2015
2622015
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
2292005
Phase transitions and size scaling of membrane-less organelles
CP Brangwynne
Journal of Cell Biology 203 (6), 875-881, 2013
2212013
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
1692007
Intracellular transport by active diffusion
CP Brangwynne, GH Koenderink, FC MacKintosh, DA Weitz
Trends in cell biology 19 (9), 423-427, 2009
1652009
Nonequilibrium microtubule fluctuations in a model cytoskeleton
CP Brangwynne, GH Koenderink, FC MacKintosh, DA Weitz
Physical review letters 100 (11), 118104, 2008
1632008
Spatiotemporal control of intracellular phase transitions using light-activated optoDroplets
Y Shin, J Berry, N Pannucci, MP Haataja, JE Toettcher, CP Brangwynne
Cell 168 (1-2), 159-171. e14, 2017
1582017
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
1542008
RNA transcription modulates phase transition-driven nuclear body assembly
J Berry, SC Weber, N Vaidya, M Haataja, CP Brangwynne
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (38), E5237-E5245, 2015
1512015
Nuclear bodies: the emerging biophysics of nucleoplasmic phases
L Zhu, CP Brangwynne
Current opinion in cell biology 34, 23-30, 2015
1482015
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