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Conserved microtubule–actin interactions in cell movement and morphogenesis
OC Rodriguez, AW Schaefer, CA Mandato, P Forscher, WM Bement, ...
Nature cell biology 5 (7), 599-609, 2003
Versatile fluorescent probes for actin filaments based on the actin‐binding domain of utrophin
BM Burkel, G Von Dassow, WM Bement
Cell motility and the cytoskeleton 64 (11), 822-832, 2007
A microtubule-dependent zone of active RhoA during cleavage plane specification
WM Bement, HA Benink, G Von Dassow
The Journal of cell biology 170 (1), 91-101, 2005
A novel cytoskeletal structure involved in purse string wound closure and cell polarity maintenance.
WM Bement, P Forscher, MS Mooseker
The Journal of cell biology 121 (3), 565-578, 1993
A microtubule-binding myosin required for nuclear anchoring and spindle assembly
KL Weber, AM Sokac, JS Berg, RE Cheney, WM Bement
Nature 431 (7006), 325-329, 2004
Concentric zones of active RhoA and Cdc42 around single cell wounds
HA Benink, WM Bement
The Journal of cell biology 168 (3), 429-439, 2005
Wound repair: toward understanding and integration of single-cell and multicellular wound responses
KJ Sonnemann, WM Bement
Annual review of cell and developmental biology 27 (1), 237-263, 2011
Regulation of cytokinesis by Rho GTPase flux
AL Miller, WM Bement
Nature cell biology 11 (1), 71-77, 2009
Activator–inhibitor coupling between Rho signalling and actin assembly makes the cell cortex an excitable medium
WM Bement, M Leda, AM Moe, AM Kita, ME Larson, AE Golding, C Pfeuti, ...
Nature cell biology 17 (11), 1471-1483, 2015
Wound-induced assembly and closure of an actomyosin purse string in Xenopus oocytes
WM Bement, CA Mandato, MN Kirsch
Current biology 9 (11), 579-587, 1999
Myosin-10 and actin filaments are essential for mitotic spindle function
S Woolner, LL O'Brien, C Wiese, WM Bement
The Journal of cell biology 182 (1), 77-88, 2008
TEDS rule: a molecular rationale for differential regulation of myosins by phosphorylation of the heavy chain head
WM Bement, MS Mooseker
Cell motility and the cytoskeleton 31 (2), 87-92, 1995
Identification and overlapping expression of multiple unconventional myosin genes in vertebrate cell types.
WM Bement, T Hasson, JA Wirth, RE Cheney, MS Mooseker
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91 (14), 6549-6553, 1994
Contraction and polymerization cooperate to assemble and close actomyosin rings around Xenopus oocyte wounds
CA Mandato, WM Bement
The Journal of cell biology 154 (4), 785-798, 2001
Unconventional myosins acting unconventionally
S Woolner, WM Bement
Trends in cell biology 19 (6), 245-252, 2009
Rho GTPase activity zones and transient contractile arrays
WM Bement, AL Miller, G von Dassow
Bioessays 28 (10), 983-993, 2006
Cdc42-dependent actin polymerization during compensatory endocytosis in Xenopus eggs
AM Sokac, C Co, J Taunton, W Bement
Nature cell biology 5 (8), 727-732, 2003
Action at a distance during cytokinesis
G von Dassow, KJC Verbrugghe, AL Miller, JR Sider, WM Bement
Journal of Cell Biology 187 (6), 831-845, 2009
Activators of protein kinase C trigger cortical granule exocytosis, cortical contraction, and cleavage furrow formation in Xenopus laevis oocytes and eggs.
WM Bement, DG Capco
The Journal of cell biology 108 (3), 885-892, 1989
Integration of single and multicellular wound responses
AG Clark, AL Miller, E Vaughan, EY Hoi-Ying, R Penkert, WM Bement
Current biology 19 (16), 1389-1395, 2009
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