Andrew D Stephens
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Systematic exploration of essential yeast gene function with temperature-sensitive mutants
Z Li, FJ Vizeacoumar, S Bahr, J Li, J Warringer, FS Vizeacoumar, R Min, ...
Nature biotechnology 29 (4), 361-367, 2011
A microtubule-binding domain in dynactin increases dynein processivity by skating along microtubules
TL Culver–Hanlon, SA Lex, AD Stephens, NJ Quintyne, SJ King
Nature cell biology 8 (3), 264-270, 2006
Chromatin and lamin A determine two different mechanical response regimes of the cell nucleus
AD Stephens, EJ Banigan, SA Adam, RD Goldman, JF Marko
Molecular biology of the cell 28 (14), 1984-1996, 2017
Cohesin, condensin, and the intramolecular centromere loop together generate the mitotic chromatin spring
AD Stephens, J Haase, L Vicci, RM Taylor, K Bloom
The Journal of cell biology 193 (7), 1167-1180, 2011
Chromatin histone modifications and rigidity affect nuclear morphology independent of lamins
AD Stephens, PZ Liu, EJ Banigan, LM Almassalha, V Backman, SA Adam, ...
Molecular biology of the cell 29 (2), 220-233, 2018
Pericentric chromatin loops function as a nonlinear spring in mitotic force balance
AD Stephens, RA Haggerty, PA Vasquez, L Vicci, CE Snider, F Shi, ...
Journal of Cell Biology 200 (6), 757-772, 2013
Bub1 kinase and Sgo1 modulate pericentric chromatin in response to altered microtubule dynamics
J Haase, A Stephens, J Verdaasdonk, E Yeh, K Bloom
Current Biology 22 (6), 471-481, 2012
A 3D map of the yeast kinetochore reveals the presence of core and accessory centromere-specific histone
J Haase, PK Mishra, A Stephens, R Haggerty, C Quammen, RM Taylor II, ...
Current Biology 23 (19), 1939-1944, 2013
Chromatin’s physical properties shape the nucleus and its functions
AD Stephens, EJ Banigan, JF Marko
Current opinion in cell biology 58, 76-84, 2019
Tension-dependent nucleosome remodeling at the pericentromere in yeast
JS Verdaasdonk, R Gardner, AD Stephens, E Yeh, K Bloom
Molecular biology of the cell 23 (13), 2560-2570, 2012
Physicochemical mechanotransduction alters nuclear shape and mechanics via heterochromatin formation
AD Stephens, PZ Liu, V Kandula, H Chen, LM Almassalha, C Herman, ...
Molecular biology of the cell 30 (17), 2320-2330, 2019
B ending the Rules: Widefield Microscopy and the Abbe Limit of Resolution
JS Verdaasdonk, AD Stephens, J Haase, K Bloom
Journal of cellular physiology 229 (2), 132-138, 2014
Individual pericentromeres display coordinated motion and stretching in the yeast spindle
AD Stephens, CE Snider, J Haase, RA Haggerty, PA Vasquez, MG Forest, ...
Journal of Cell Biology 203 (3), 407-416, 2013
Separate roles for chromatin and lamins in nuclear mechanics
AD Stephens, EJ Banigan, JF Marko
Nucleus 9 (1), 119-124, 2018
Dyskerin, tRNA genes, and condensin tether pericentric chromatin to the spindle axis in mitosis
CE Snider, AD Stephens, JG Kirkland, O Hamdani, RT Kamakaka, ...
Journal of Cell Biology 207 (2), 189-199, 2014
The spatial segregation of pericentric cohesin and condensin in the mitotic spindle
AD Stephens, CW Quammen, B Chang, J Haase, RM Taylor, K Bloom
Molecular biology of the cell 24 (24), 3909-3919, 2013
Mechanics and buckling of biopolymeric shells and cell nuclei
EJ Banigan, AD Stephens, JF Marko
Biophysical journal 113 (8), 1654-1663, 2017
Direct interaction of Gas11 with microtubules: implications for the dynein regulatory complex
JM Bekker, JR Colantonio, AD Stephens, WT Clarke, SJ King, KL Hill, ...
Cell motility and the cytoskeleton 64 (6), 461-473, 2007
Compartment-dependent chromatin interaction dynamics revealed by liquid chromatin Hi-C
H Belaghzal, T Borrman, AD Stephens, DL Lafontaine, SV Venev, Z Weng, ...
bioRxiv, 704957, 2019
Correlating nuclear morphology and external force with combined atomic force microscopy and light sheet imaging separates roles of chromatin and lamin A/C in nuclear mechanics
CM Hobson, M Kern, ET O’Brien III, AD Stephens, MR Falvo, R Superfine
Molecular biology of the cell 31 (16), 1788-1801, 2020
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