Nicolas Biais
Nicolas Biais
Assistant Professor of Biology CUNY Brooklyn College
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Nonmuscle myosin IIA-dependent force inhibits cell spreading and drives F-actin flow
Y Cai, N Biais, G Giannone, M Tanase, G Jiang, JM Hofman, CH Wiggins, ...
Biophysical journal 91 (10), 3907-3920, 2006
3352006
Integrin-dependent force transmission to the extracellular matrix by α-actinin triggers adhesion maturation
P Roca-Cusachs, A Del Rio, E Puklin-Faucher, NC Gauthier, N Biais, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (15), E1361-E1370, 2013
2362013
Cytoskeletal coherence requires myosin-IIA contractility
Y Cai, O Rossier, NC Gauthier, N Biais, MA Fardin, X Zhang, LW Miller, ...
Journal of cell science 123 (3), 413-423, 2010
1932010
Mechanotransduction: use the force (s)
EK Paluch, CM Nelson, N Biais, B Fabry, J Moeller, BL Pruitt, C Wollnik, ...
BMC biology 13 (1), 1-14, 2015
1922015
Cytotoxic T cells use mechanical force to potentiate target cell killing
R Basu, BM Whitlock, J Husson, A Le Floc’h, W Jin, A Oyler-Yaniv, ...
Cell 165 (1), 100-110, 2016
1852016
Cooperative retraction of bundled type IV pili enables nanonewton force generation
N Biais, B Ladoux, D Higashi, M So, M Sheetz
PLoS Biol 6 (4), e87, 2008
1542008
Obstruction of pilus retraction stimulates bacterial surface sensing
CK Ellison, J Kan, RS Dillard, DT Kysela, A Ducret, C Berne, CM Hampton, ...
Science 358 (6362), 535-538, 2017
1412017
Magnetic tweezers in cell biology
M Tanase, N Biais, M Sheetz
Methods in cell biology 83, 473-493, 2007
1352007
Retraction of DNA-bound type IV competence pili initiates DNA uptake during natural transformation in Vibrio cholerae
CK Ellison, TN Dalia, AV Ceballos, JCY Wang, N Biais, YV Brun, AB Dalia
Nature microbiology 3 (7), 773-780, 2018
1272018
Force generated by actomyosin contraction builds bridges between adhesive contacts
OM Rossier, N Gauthier, N Biais, W Vonnegut, MA Fardin, P Avigan, ...
The EMBO journal 29 (6), 1055-1068, 2010
1232010
Force-dependent polymorphism in type IV pili reveals hidden epitopes
N Biais, DL Higashi, J BrujiŠ, M So, MP Sheetz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (25), 11358-11363, 2010
1162010
Traction on immobilized netrin-1 is sufficient to reorient axons
SW Moore, N Biais, MP Sheetz
Science 325 (5937), 166-166, 2009
872009
Magnetic micropillars as a tool to govern substrate deformations
J Le Digabel, N Biais, J Fresnais, JF Berret, P Hersen, B Ladoux
Lab on a Chip 11 (15), 2630-2636, 2011
632011
Filamin depletion blocks endoplasmic spreading and destabilizes force-bearing adhesions
CD Lynch, NC Gauthier, N Biais, AM Lazar, P Roca-Cusachs, CH Yu, ...
Molecular biology of the cell 22 (8), 1263-1273, 2011
622011
The Vibrio cholerae minor pilin TcpB initiates assembly and retraction of the toxin-coregulated pilus
D Ng, T Harn, T Altindal, S Kolappan, JM Marles, R Lala, I Spielman, ...
PLoS pathogens 12 (12), e1006109, 2016
482016
Uncovering the mechanism of trapping and cell orientation during Neisseria gonorrhoeae twitching motility
V Zaburdaev, N Biais, M Schmiedeberg, J Eriksson, AB Jonsson, ...
Biophysical journal 107 (7), 1523-1531, 2014
412014
Fabrication of elastomer pillar arrays with modulated stiffness for cellular force measurements
S Ghassemi, N Biais, K Maniura, SJ Wind, MP Sheetz, J Hone
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B: Microelectronics and Nanometerá…, 2008
402008
Functional analysis of an unusual type IV pilus in the Gram‐positive Streptococcus sanguinis
I Gurung, I Spielman, MR Davies, R Lala, P Gaustad, N Biais, V Pelicic
Molecular microbiology 99 (2), 380-392, 2016
362016
Influence of type IV pilus retraction on the architecture of the Neisseria gonorrhoeae-infected cell cortex
DL Higashi, GH Zhang, N Biais, LR Myers, NJ Weyand, DA Elliott, M So
Microbiology 155 (Pt 12), 4084, 2009
362009
N. elongata produces type IV pili that mediate interspecies gene transfer with N. gonorrhoeae
DL Higashi, N Biais, NJ Weyand, A Agellon, JL Sisko, LM Brown, M So
PloS one 6 (6), e21373, 2011
322011
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