Andrew W. Schaefer, Ph.D.

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Biology Yale University, New Haven, CT 
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Mejean CO, Schaefer AW, Buck KB, et al. (2013) Elastic coupling of nascent apCAM adhesions to flowing actin networks. Plos One. 8: e73389
Van Goor D, Hyland C, Schaefer AW, et al. (2012) The role of actin turnover in retrograde actin network flow in neuronal growth cones. Plos One. 7: e30959
Mejean CO, Schaefer AW, Millman EA, et al. (2009) Multiplexed force measurements on live cells with holographic optical tweezers. Optics Express. 17: 6209-17
Burnette DT, Ji L, Schaefer AW, et al. (2008) Myosin II activity facilitates microtubule bundling in the neuronal growth cone neck. Developmental Cell. 15: 163-9
Schaefer AW, Schoonderwoert VT, Ji L, et al. (2008) Coordination of actin filament and microtubule dynamics during neurite outgrowth. Developmental Cell. 15: 146-62
Burnette DT, Schaefer AW, Ji L, et al. (2007) Filopodial actin bundles are not necessary for microtubule advance into the peripheral domain of Aplysia neuronal growth cones. Nature Cell Biology. 9: 1360-9
Suter DM, Schaefer AW, Forscher P. (2004) Microtubule dynamics are necessary for SRC family kinase-dependent growth cone steering. Current Biology : Cb. 14: 1194-9
Zhang XF, Schaefer AW, Burnette DT, et al. (2003) Rho-dependent contractile responses in the neuronal growth cone are independent of classical peripheral retrograde actin flow. Neuron. 40: 931-44
Rodriguez OC, Schaefer AW, Mandato CA, et al. (2003) Conserved microtubule-actin interactions in cell movement and morphogenesis. Nature Cell Biology. 5: 599-609
Schaefer AW, Kabir N, Forscher P. (2002) Filopodia and actin arcs guide the assembly and transport of two populations of microtubules with unique dynamic parameters in neuronal growth cones. The Journal of Cell Biology. 158: 139-52
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