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Department of Molecular Biology|College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

University of Wyoming
Department of Molecular Biology (#3944)
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071


Office Phone:  (307) 766-3498
Lab Phone: (307) 766-3141
Fax: (307) 766-5098

Selected Publications by: Jesse "Jay" Gatlin

(click here for complete listing on PubMed)                        

Gatlin JC and Bloom KS.  Microtubule motors in eukaryotic spindle assembly and maintenance.  2010. Seminars in Cell and Dev Biol 21(3):248-54.

Gatlin JC, Matov A, Danuser G, Mitchison TJ and Salmon ED.  Directly Probing the Mechanical Properties of the Spindle and its Matrix.  2010. J Cell Biol 188(4):481-9. (see JCB biosights video)

Gatlin JC and Salmon ED. Data harvesting from fields of spindles. 2009. Cell 138:426-8.

Maresca TJ, Groen AC, Gatlin JC, Ohio R, Mitchison TJ and Salmon ED. Spindle Assembly in the Absence of a RanGTP Gradient Requires Localized CPC Activity. 2009. Curr Biol 19(14):1210-5.

Groen AC, Maresca TJ, Gatlin JC, Salmon ED and Mitchison TJ. Functional overlap of microtubule assembly factors in chromatin-promoted spindle assembly. 2009. Mol Biol Cell 20:2766-73.

Ribeiro SA, Gatlin JC, Dong Y, Joglekar A, Cameron L, Hudson DF, Farr CJ, McEwen BF, Salmon ED, Earnshaw WC and Vagnarelli P. Condensin regulates the stiffness of vertebrate centromeres. 2009. Mol Biol Cell 20:2371-80.

Gatlin JC, Matov A, Groen AC, Needleman DJ, Maresca TJ, Danuser G, Mitchison TJ and Salmon ED. Spindle fusion requires dynein-mediated sliding of oppositely oriented microtubules. 2009. Curr Biol 19:287-96.

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