Publications 2007

M.C. Noom, W.W. Navarre, T. Oshima, G.J.L. Wuite, R.T. Dame
H-NS promotes looped domain formation in the bacterial chromosome
Current Biology 17(21): R913-R914 (2007)

I.L. Ivanovska, G.J.L. Wuite, B. Jönsson, A. Evilevitch
Internal DNA pressure modifies stability of wild-type phage
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 104:9603-9608 (2007)

W. Roos, I.L. Ivanovska, A. Evilevitch, G.J.L. Wuite
Viral capsids: mechanical characteristics, genome packaging and delivery mechanisms
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 64: 1484-1497 (2007) doi:10.1007/s00018-007-6451-1

M. Modesti, D. Ristic, T. v.d. Heijden, C. Dekker, J. v Mameren, E.J.G. Peterman, G.J.L. Wuite, R. Kanaar, C. Wyman Fluorescent human RAD51 reveals multiple nucleation sites and filament segments tightly associated along a single DNA molecule
Structure 15:599-609 (2007)

M.C. Noom, W.W. Navarre, T. Oshima, G.J.L. Wuite, R.T. Dame
H-NS promotes looped domain formation in the bacterial chromosome
Current Biology 17(21): R913-R914 (2007)

I.L. Ivanovska, G.J.L. Wuite, B. Jönsson, A. Evilevitch
Internal DNA pressure modifies stability of wild-type phage
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 104:9603-9608 (2007)

W. Roos, I.L. Ivanovska, A. Evilevitch, G.J.L. Wuite
Viral capsids: mechanical characteristics, genome packaging and delivery mechanisms
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 64: 1484-1497 (2007) doi:10.1007/s00018-007-6451-1

M. Modesti, D. Ristic, T. v.d. Heijden, C. Dekker, J. v Mameren, E.J.G. Peterman, G.J.L. Wuite, R. Kanaar, C. Wyman Fluorescent human RAD51 reveals multiple nucleation sites and filament segments tightly associated along a single DNA molecule
Structure 15:599-609 (2007)

R.T. Dame, M.C. Noom, G.J.L. Wuite
Bacterial chromatin organization by H-NS protein unraveled using a dual DNA assay
Nature 444:387-390 (2006)
See also exclusive review in BioEssays 29 (3):212 - 216 (2007)
See also conference report in Nature Chemical Biology 3(4):193–197 (2007)

Verbrugge, S., B. Ebbing, G. Woehlke, and E.J.G. Peterman, Alternating site mechanism of Kinesin-1 characterized by single-molecule FRET using fluorescent ATP analogues. Biophysical J (2007)

Kapitein, L.C., M.E. Janson, S.M.J.L. van den Wildenberg, C.C. Hoogenraad, C.F. Schmidt, and E.J.G. Peterman, Microtubule-Driven Multimerization Recruits ase1p onto Overlapping Microtubules. Current Biology, 2008. 18(21): p. 1713-1717

Kapitein, L.C., B.H. Kwok, J.S. Weinger, C.F. Schmidt, T.M. Kapoor, and E.J.G. Peterman, Microtubule cross-linking triggers the directional motility of kinesin-5. Journal of Cell Biology, 2008. 182(3): p. 421-428

Kapitein, L.C. and E.J.G. Peterman, Single Molecule Experiments and the Kinesin Motor Protein Superfamily: Walking Hand in Hand, in Single Molecule Biology, A. Knight, Editor. 2008, Academic Press: San Diego

Van den Wildenberg, S.M., L. Tao, L.C. Kapitein, C.F. Schmidt, J.M. Scholey, and E.J. Peterman, The homotetrameric kinesin-5 KLP61F preferentially crosslinks microtubules into antiparallel orientations. Current Biology, 2008. 18(23): p. 1860-4

Verbrugge, S., L.C. Kapitein, and E.J. Peterman, Kinesin moving through the spotlight: single-motor fluorescence microscopy with submillisecond time resolution. Biophys J, 2007. 92(7): p. 2536-45