Jonathon Howard
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Mechanics of motor proteins and the cytoskeleton
J Howard
Sinauer Press: Sunderland, Massachusetts, 2001
Flexural rigidity of microtubules and actin filaments measured from thermal fluctuations in shape.
F Gittes, B Mickey, J Nettleton, J Howard
The Journal of cell biology 120 (4), 923-934, 1993
Movement of microtubules by single kinesin molecules
J Howard, AJ Hudspeth, RD Vale
Nature 342 (6246), 154-158, 1989
Dynamics and mechanics of the microtubule plus end
J Howard, AA Hyman
Nature 422 (6933), 753-758, 2003
A standardized kinesin nomenclature
CJ Lawrence, RK Dawe, KR Christie, DW Cleveland, SC Dawson, ...
The Journal of cell biology 167 (1), 19-22, 2004
Compliance of the hair bundle associated with gating of mechanoelectrical transduction channels in the bullfrog's saccular hair cell
J Howard, AJ Hudspeth
Neuron 1 (3), 189-199, 1988
Molecular motors: structural adaptations to cellular functions
J Howard
Nature 389 (6651), 561-567, 1997
A self-organized vortex array of hydrodynamically entrained sperm cells
IH Riedel, K Kruse, J Howard
Science 309 (5732), 300-303, 2005
XMAP215 is a processive microtubule polymerase
GJ Brouhard, JH Stear, TL Noetzel, J Al-Bassam, K Kinoshita, ...
Cell 132 (1), 79-88, 2008
The depolymerizing kinesin MCAK uses lattice diffusion to rapidly target microtubule ends
J Helenius, G Brouhard, Y Kalaidzidis, S Diez, J Howard
Nature 441 (7089), 115-119, 2006
Yeast kinesin-8 depolymerizes microtubules in a length-dependent manner
V Varga, J Helenius, K Tanaka, AA Hyman, TU Tanaka, J Howard
Nature cell biology 8 (9), 957-962, 2006
Kinesin takes one 8-nm step for each ATP that it hydrolyzes
DL Coy, M Wagenbach, J Howard
Journal of Biological Chemistry 274 (6), 3667-3671, 1999
The kinesin-related protein MCAK is a microtubule depolymerase that forms an ATP-hydrolyzing complex at microtubule ends
AW Hunter, M Caplow, DL Coy, WO Hancock, S Diez, L Wordeman, ...
Molecular cell 11 (2), 445-457, 2003
The force exerted by a single kinesin molecule against a viscous load
AJ Hunt, F Gittes, J Howard
Biophysical journal 67 (2), 766-781, 1994
Mechanical relaxation of the hair bundle mediates adaptation in mechanoelectrical transduction by the bullfrog's saccular hair cell.
J Howard, AJ Hudspeth
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 84 (9), 3064-3068, 1987
Kinesin follows the microtubule's protofilament axis.
S Ray, E Meyhöfer, RA Milligan, J Howard
The Journal of cell biology 121 (5), 1083-1093, 1993
Calibration of optical tweezers with positional detection in the back focal plane
SF Tolić-Nørrelykke, E Schäffer, J Howard, FS Pavone, F Jülicher, ...
Review of scientific instruments 77 (10), 2006
The distribution of active force generators controls mitotic spindle position
SW Grill, J Howard, E Schaffer, EHK Stelzer, AA Hyman
Science 301 (5632), 518-521, 2003
Light-controlled molecular shuttles made from motor proteins carrying cargo on engineered surfaces
H Hess, J Clemmens, D Qin, J Howard, V Vogel
Nano Letters 1 (5), 235-239, 2001
Rigidity of microtubules is increased by stabilizing agents.
B Mickey, J Howard
The Journal of cell biology 130 (4), 909-917, 1995
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