Mechanochemical Cell Biology
Mechanochemical Cell Biology
Mechanochemical Cell Biology
Mechanochemical Cell Biology
Mechanochemical Cell Biology
Mechanochemical Cell Biology
Mechanochemical Cell Biology

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Traction control

New work from Algis in the Cross lab unveils the backstepping mechanism of kinesin. Kinesin's ability to slip back and re-engage allows it, in the end, to make better forwards progress!
>> Find out more [Open Access]

 

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Motors In Quarantine

CMCB scientists run a weekly virtual seminar series on molecular motors.
>> Join in! | [Find out more]

iScatiSCAT-itude

First paper from Koester lab! In a collaboration with Marco and the Kukura lab, an in vitro membrane-tethered acto-myosin network was imaged with iSCAT microscopy. First author Lewis Mosby contributed the tracking software.
>> Find out more [Paper]

 

Corona-control

Phil reveals how the kinetochore protein CENP-F helps hold onto microtubules with one hand, while limiting the motorised stripping of corona components with the other
>> Read the paper | [Link] |

DORA

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We strive to focus on scientific content rather than journal impact factor or other inappropriate metrics.

Find out more about the San Francisco Declaration of Research Assessment (SF-DORA) here.