William O. Hancock
William O. Hancock
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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
3692003
Processivity of the motor protein kinesin requires two heads
WO Hancock, J Howard
The Journal of cell biology 140 (6), 1395-1405, 1998
3261998
Kinesin’s tail domain is an inhibitory regulator of the motor domain
DL Coy, WO Hancock, M Wagenbach, J Howard
Nature cell biology 1 (5), 288-292, 1999
3061999
Kinesin’s processivity results from mechanical and chemical coordination between the ATP hydrolysis cycles of the two motor domains
WO Hancock, J Howard
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (23), 13147-13152, 1999
2621999
Bidirectional cargo transport: moving beyond tug of war
WO Hancock
Nature reviews Molecular cell biology 15 (9), 615-628, 2014
2452014
Microscale transport and sorting by kinesin molecular motors
L Jia, SG Moorjani, TN Jackson, WO Hancock
Biomedical microdevices 6 (1), 67-74, 2004
1532004
Lithographically patterned channels spatially segregate kinesin motor activity and effectively guide microtubule movements
SG Moorjani, L Jia, TN Jackson, WO Hancock
Nano Letters 3 (5), 633-637, 2003
1392003
Examining kinesin processivity within a general gating framework
JOL Andreasson, B Milic, GY Chen, NR Guydosh, WO Hancock, SM Block
Elife 4, e07403, 2015
1002015
Neck linker length determines the degree of processivity in kinesin-1 and kinesin-2 motors
S Shastry, WO Hancock
Current Biology 20 (10), 939-943, 2010
932010
Reconstitution and characterization of budding yeast γ-tubulin complex
DBN Vinh, JW Kern, WO Hancock, J Howard, TN Davis
Molecular biology of the cell 13 (4), 1144-1157, 2002
892002
Anterograde microtubule transport drives microtubule bending in LLC-PK1 epithelial cells
AD Bicek, E Tüzel, A Demtchouk, M Uppalapati, WO Hancock, DM Kroll, ...
Molecular biology of the cell 20 (12), 2943-2953, 2009
882009
Directing Transport of CoFe2O4‐Functionalized Microtubules with Magnetic Fields
BM Hutchins, M Platt, WO Hancock, ME Williams
small 3 (1), 126-131, 2007
872007
Millimeter scale alignment of magnetic nanoparticle functionalized microtubules in magnetic fields
M Platt, G Muthukrishnan, WO Hancock, ME Williams
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (45), 15686-15687, 2005
872005
Kinesin processivity is gated by phosphate release
B Milic, JOL Andreasson, WO Hancock, SM Block
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (39), 14136-14140, 2014
832014
A polarized microtubule array for kinesin-powered nanoscale assembly and force generation
TB Brown, WO Hancock
Nano letters 2 (10), 1131-1135, 2002
772002
Insights into the mechanical properties of the kinesin neck linker domain from sequence analysis and molecular dynamics simulations
V Hariharan, WO Hancock
Cellular and molecular bioengineering 2 (2), 177-189, 2009
722009
Kinetics of nucleotide-dependent structural transitions in the kinesin-1 hydrolysis cycle
KJ Mickolajczyk, NC Deffenbaugh, JO Arroyo, J Andrecka, P Kukura, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (52), E7186-E7193, 2015
692015
Interhead tension determines processivity across diverse N-terminal kinesins
S Shastry, WO Hancock
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (39), 16253-16258, 2011
692011
Transport by populations of fast and slow kinesins uncovers novel family-dependent motor characteristics important for in vivo function
G Arpağ, S Shastry, WO Hancock, E Tüzel
Biophysical journal 107 (8), 1896-1904, 2014
662014
The processivity of kinesin-2 motors suggests diminished front-head gating
G Muthukrishnan, Y Zhang, S Shastry, WO Hancock
Current Biology 19 (5), 442-447, 2009
632009
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