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Author: Luke M Rice

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    • biophysics: 337 (rank: 3,876 (tie) out of 7,841)
    • cell biology: 1,165 (rank: 1,197 out of 13,160)

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Microtubules form by progressively faster tubulin accretion, not by nucleation-elongation

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GDP to GTP exchange on the microtubule end can contribute to the frequency of catastrophe

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Direct observation of individual tubulin dimers binding to growing microtubules

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A role for long-range, through-lattice coupling in microtubule catastrophe

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