Category Archives: Molecular motors

Microtubule-Motor Adventures

This post could also be called what I learnt from keeping an open mind, and how important it is to emphasize negative controls. Having said that I am inspired to write by Steve Koch (U. New Mex) and his commentary … Continue reading

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One, many and the nanometer collective: Dynein gliding assays show the way

Our 5 year long study on dynein can be summarized in the “one, many and collective” phrase. We have been able to show that teams of motors on a surface in a gliding assay appear to transport different lengths of … Continue reading

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