Publications

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_single_image image=”151″ border_color=”grey” img_link_target=”_self” img_size=”full”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row css=”.vc_custom_1415950124308{margin-right: 10px !important;margin-left: 10px !important;}”][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Gottshall, E.Y., C. Seebart, J.C. Gatlin, and N.L. Ward. 2014. Spatially segregated transcription and translation in cells of the endomembrane-containing bacterium Gemmata obscuriglobus. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 111:11067-11072. [pubmed]

Meadows, J.C., K. Graumann, M. Platani, N. Schweizer, T. Shimi, P. Vagnarelli, and J.C. Gatlin. 2013. Meeting report: mitosis and nuclear structure. J Cell Sci. 126:5087-5090. [pubmed]

Hazel, J., K. Krutkramelis, P. Mooney, M. Tomschik, K. Gerow, J. Oakey, and J.C. Gatlin. 2013. Changes in cytoplasmic volume are sufficient to drive spindle scaling. Science. 342:853-856. [pubmed]

Gatlin, J.C., A. Matov, G. Danuser, T.J. Mitchison, and E.D. Salmon. 2010. Directly probing the mechanical properties of the spindle and its matrix. J Cell Biol. 188:481-489. [pubmed]

Gatlin, J.C., and K. Bloom. 2010. Microtubule motors in eukaryotic spindle assembly and maintenance. Semin Cell Dev Biol. 21:248-254. [pubmed]

Gatlin, J.C., and E.D. Salmon. 2009. Data harvesting from fields of spindles. Cell. 138:426-428. [pubmed]

Maresca, T.J., A.C. Groen, J.C. Gatlin, R. Ohi, T.J. Mitchison, and E.D. Salmon. 2009. Spindle assembly in the absence of a RanGTP gradient requires localized CPC activity. Curr Biol. 19:1210-1215. [pubmed]

Estrada-Bernal, A., J.C. Gatlin, S. Sunpaweravong, and K.H. Pfenninger. 2009. Dynamic adhesions and MARCKS in melanoma cells. J Cell Sci. 122:2300-2310. [pubmed]

Groen, A.C., T.J. Maresca, J.C. Gatlin, E.D. Salmon, and T.J. Mitchison. 2009. Functional overlap of microtubule assembly factors in chromatin-promoted spindle assembly. Mol Biol Cell. 20:2766-2773. [pubmed]

Ribeiro, S.A., J.C. Gatlin, Y. Dong, A. Joglekar, L. Cameron, D.F. Hudson, C.J. Farr, B.F. McEwen, E.D. Salmon, W.C. Earnshaw, and P. Vagnarelli. 2009. Condensin regulates the stiffness of vertebrate centromeres. Mol Biol Cell. 20:2371-2380. [pubmed]

Gatlin, J.C., A. Matov, A.C. Groen, D.J. Needleman, T.J. Maresca, G. Danuser, T.J. Mitchison, and E.D. Salmon. 2009. Spindle fusion requires dynein-mediated sliding of oppositely oriented microtubules. Curr Biol. 19:287-296. [pubmed]

Hokfelt, T., D. Stanic, S.D. Sanford, J.C. Gatlin, I. Nilsson, G. Paratcha, F. Ledda, S. Fetissov, C. Lindfors, H. Herzog, J.E. Johansen, R. Ubink, and K.H. Pfenninger. 2008. NPY and its involvement in axon guidance, neurogenesis, and feeding. Nutrition. 24:860-868. [pubmed]

Sanford, S.D., J.C. Gatlin, T. Hokfelt, and K.H. Pfenninger. 2008. Growth cone responses to growth and chemotropic factors. Eur J Neurosci. 28:268-278. [pubmed]

Gatlin, J.C., A. Estrada-Bernal, S.D. Sanford, and K.H. Pfenninger. 2006. Myristoylated, alanine-rich C- kinase substrate phosphorylation regulates growth cone adhesion and pathfinding. Mol Biol Cell. 17:5115-5130. [pubmed]

Bird, G., N. Fong, J.C. Gatlin, S. Farabaugh, and D.L. Bentley. 2005. Ribozyme cleavage reveals connections between mRNA release from the site of transcription and pre-mRNA processing. Mol Cell. 20:747-758. [pubmed]

Mikule, K., S. Sunpaweravong, J.C. Gatlin, and K.H. Pfenninger. 2003. Eicosanoid activation of protein kinase C epsilon: involvement in growth cone repellent signaling. J Biol Chem. 278:21168-21177. [pubmed]

Mikule, K., J.C. Gatlin, B.A. de la Houssaye, and K.H. Pfenninger. 2002. Growth cone collapse induced by semaphorin 3A requires 12/15-lipoxygenase. J Neurosci. 22:4932-4941. [pubmed][/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]