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Simone Reber

Simone Reber
Group Leader, Integrative Research Institute for Life Sciences

Hyman Lab postdoc from 2008-2014

Hyman Lab publications:
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

Reber S, Hyman AA. (2011). Samurai sword sets spindle size. Cell: 147(6):1224-5.

Widlund PO, Podolski M, Reber S, Alper J, Storch M, Hyman AA, Howard J, Drechsel DN. (2012). One-step purification of assembly-competent tubulin from diverse eukaryotic sources. Mol Biol Cell: 23(22):4393-401.

Scolz, M; Widlund, PO; Piazza, S; Bublik, DR; Reber, S; Peche, LY; Ciani, Y; Hubner, N; Isokane, M; Monte, M; Ellenberg, J; Hyman, AA; Schneider, C; Bird, AW. (2012). GTSE1 Is a Microtubule Plus-End Tracking Protein That Regulates EB1-Dependent Cell Migration. Plos One: 7(12)

Reber SB, Baumgart J, Widlund PO, Pozniakovsky A, Howard J, Hyman AA, Jülicher F. (2013). XMAP215 activity sets spindle length by controlling the total mass of spindle microtubules. Nat Cell Biol: 15(9):1116-22.

Reber S, Hyman AA. “Emergent Properties of the Metaphase Spindle.” Mitosis: A subject collection from Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology. Ed. Yanagida, Hyman, Pines. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 2015. 31-52.

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