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Jeff Stear

Jeff Stear
Researcher in the group of Kathryn Pool, Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin

Hyman Lab postdoc from 2004-2006

Hyman Lab publications:
Brouhard GJ, Stear JH, Noetzel TL, Al-Bassam J, Kinoshita K, Harrison SC, Howard J, Hyman AA (2008). XMAP215 is a processive microtubule polymerase Cell 132(1): 79-88

Zanic M, Stear JH, Howard J, Hyman AA, (2009). EB1 Recognizes the Nucleotide State of Tubulin in the Microtubule Lattice. PLoS One. 4(10): e7585.

Widlund, PO; Stear, JH; Pozniakovsky, A; Zanic, M; Reber, S; Brouhard, GJ; Hyman, AA; Howard, J (2011). XMAP215 polymerase activity is built by combining multiple tubulin-binding TOG domains and a basic lattice-binding region. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108(7): 2741-2746

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