Recent Publications

Ma*, N., J. Titus*, A. Gable, J.L. Ross and P. Wadsworth. 2011. TPX2 Regulates the localization and activity of Eg5 in the mammalian mitotic spindle. J. Cell Biol. accepted for publication. * Denotes equal contribution.

Wadsworth, P., W.-L. Lee, T. Murata, and T. I. Baskin. 2010. Variations on theme: spindle assembly in diverse cells. Protoplasma. 246.

Ma, N., U. S. Tulu, N. P. Ferenz, C. Fagerstrom, A. Wilde, and P. Wadsworth. 2010. Poleward Transport of TPX2 in the Mammalian Mitotic Spindle Requires Dynein, Eg5 and Microtubule Flux. Mol. Biol. Cell. 21:979-988.

Ferenz, N. P., A. Gable, and P. Wadsworth. 2010. Mitotic functions of kinesin-5. Seminars in Cell and Devel. Bio. 21:255-259.

Ferenz, N. P., N. Ma, W.-L. Lee, and P. Wadsworth. 2010. Imaging Protein Dynamics in Live Mitotic Cells. Methods 51:193-196.

Tulu, U. S., N. P. Ferenz, and P. Wadsworth. 2010. Photoactivatable Green Fluorescent Protein-Tubulin. In: Methods in Cell Biology. Vol. 97, Chapter 5.

Miquelard-Garnier, G., J.A. Zimberlin, C. B. Sikora, P. Wadsworth, and A. Crosby. 2010. Polymer microlenses for quantifying cell sheet mechanics. Soft Matter. 6:398-403.

Ferenz, N. P., R. Paul, C. Fagerstrom, A. Mogilner, P. Wadsworth. 2009. Dynein antagonizes Eg5 by crosslinking and sliding antiparallel microtubules. Curr. Bio. 19:1833-1838.

Murthy, K. and P. Wadsworth, 2008.Dual role for microtubules in regulating corcial contractility during cytokinesis. J. Cell Science. 121:2350-2359.

Ferenz, N. P. , Fagerstrom, C. and Wadsworth, P. 2007. Prophase microtubule arrays undergo flux-like behavior in mammalian cells. Mol. Biol. Cell. 18:3993-4002.

Yang, Z, Tulu, U. S., Wadsworth, P. and C. L. Rieder. 2007. Kinetochore dynein is required for chromosome motion and congression independent of the spindle checkpoint. Curr. Biol. 17:973-980.


Past Publications