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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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Cytoskeletal biophysics: Passive crosslinker adapts to keep microtubule bundles on track. Elting, Current Biology, 2021.
Posted 21 Jun 2021
The collapse of the spindle following ablation in S. pombe is mediated by microtubules and the motor protein dynein. Zareiesfandabadi and Elting, BioRxiv 2020.
Posted 20 Oct 2020
Automated tracking of S. pombe spindle elongation dynamics. Uzsoy, Zareiesfandabadi, Jennings, Kemper and Elting, BioRxiv 2020.
Posted 9 Oct 2020
K-fiber bundles in the mitotic spindle are mechanically reinforced by Kif15. Begley, Solon, Davis, Sherrill, Ohi, and Elting, BioRxiv 2020.
Posted 20 Jun 2020
Knitting Ripples. Daniels and Elting, Patterns, 2020.
Posted 8 May 2020
The Spindle: Integrating Architecture and Mechanics across Scales. Elting *, Suresh * and Dumont, Trends in Cell Biology 2018.
Posted 6 Aug 2018
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
Parsa's S. pombe spindle ablation preprint selected for a preLight
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Preprint of Parsa's S. pombe spindle ablation paper on BioRxiv!
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Preprint of Ana Sofía's spindle tracker paper on BioRxiv!
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Elting Lab receives NIH R35 MIRA Grant
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Preprint of Marc's k-fiber bundle paper on BioRxiv!
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New lab members!
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Department of Physics
NC State University