The Elting Lab combines approaches from physics, biology, and engineering to ask how biological molecules self-assemble into cellular-scale machinery that transduces force and performs mechanical functions.
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Mapping Load-Bearing in the Mammalian Spindle Reveals Local Kinetochore Fiber Anchorage that Provides Mechanical Isolation and Redundancy. Elting, et al. Current Biology 2017.
Posted 24 Jul 2017
The chromokinesin Klp3a and microtubules facilitate acentric chromosome segregation. Karg, et al. J Cell Bio. 2017.
Posted 12 May 2017
Force on spindle microtubule minus ends moves chromosomes. Elting *, Hueschen *, et al. J Cell Biol. 2014.
Posted 14 Jul 2014
Single-molecule fluorescence imaging of processive myosin with enhanced background suppression using linear zero-mode waveguides (ZMWs) and convex lens induced confinement (CLIC). Elting et al. Opt Exp. 2013.
Posted 14 Jan 2013
Future challenges in single-molecule fluorescence and laser trap approaches to studies of molecular motors. Elting & Spudich. Dev Cell. 2012.
Posted 11 Dec 2012
Detailed tuning of structure and intramolecular communication are dispensable for processive motion of myosin VI. Elting et al. Biophys J. 2011.
Posted 1 Jan 2011
Engineered myosin VI motors reveal minimal structural determinants of directionality and processivity. Liao et al. J Mol Biol. 2009.
Posted 22 Jul 2009
Rapid Membrane Fusion of Individual Virus Particles with Supported Lipid Bilayers. Wessels et al. Biophys J. 2007.
Posted 8 Mar 2007
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NC State University