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    Morphology and interaction between lipid domains

    Ursell, Tristan S, Klug, William S, Phillips, Rob
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 11 August 2009, Vol.106(32), pp.13301-6 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Concepts of genetics

    Klug, William S
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    Symmetry and Stability of Membrane Protein Lattices

    Kahraman, Osman, Koch, Peter D, Klug, William S, Haselwandter, Christoph A
    Biophysical Journal, 28 January 2014, Vol.106(2), pp.714a-714a [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Oligomeric States and Cooperative Gating in Clusters of Mechanosensitive Membrane Proteins

    Kahraman, Osman, Klug, William S, Haselwandter, Christoph A
    Biophysical Journal, 28 January 2014, Vol.106(2), pp.299a-299a [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Viral Capsid Equilibrium Dynamics Reveals Nonuniform Elastic Properties

    May, Eric r, Aggarwal, Ankush, Klug, William s, Brooks, Charles l
    Biophysical Journal, 08 June 2011, Vol.100(11), pp.L59-L61 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Microrheology of Highly Crosslinked Microtubule Networks is Dominated by Force-Induced Crosslinker Unbinding

    Valentine, Megan T, Yang, Yali, Bai, Mo, Klug, William S, Levine, Alex J
    Biophysical Journal, 29 January 2013, Vol.104(2), pp.550a-551a [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    The Equilibrium and Nonequilibrium Mechanics of Cytoskeletal Networks

    Missel, Andrew R., Bai, Mo, Klug, William S., Levine, Alex J.
    Biophysical Journal, 01/2010, Vol.98(3), S1, p.161a [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: The Equilibrium and Nonequilibrium Mechanics of Cytoskeletal Networks
    Auteur: Missel, Andrew R.; Bai, Mo; Klug, William S.; Levine, Alex J.
    Fait partie de: Biophysical Journal, 01/2010, Vol.98(3), S1, p.161a
    Identifiant: 00063495 (ISSN); http (DOI)

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    Affine-nonaffine transition in networks of nematically ordered semiflexible polymers

    Missel, Andrew R, Bai, Mo, Klug, William S, Levine, Alex J
    Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics, October 2010, Vol.82(4 Pt 1), pp.041907 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    The mechanics and affinenonaffine transition in polydisperse semiflexible networks

    Bai, Mo, Missel, Andrew R., Klug, William S., Levine, Alex J.
    Soft Matter, 2011, Vol.7(3), pp.907-914 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: The mechanics and affinenonaffine transition in polydisperse semiflexible networks
    Auteur: Bai, Mo; Missel, Andrew R.; Klug, William S.; Levine, Alex J.
    Sujet: Modulus of Elasticity ; Bending ; Mathematical Models ; Density ; Impurities ; Networks ; Filaments ; Mathematical Analysis ; Condensed Matter Physics (General) (So);
    Description: Semiflexible gels are composed of a crosslinked network of filaments that can support both bending and extensional forces. We study numerically the mechanical effect of adding a low density of highly incompliant semiflexible filaments to a random network of softer semiflexible filaments. Such heterogeneous networks form simple models of the mechanics of cytoskeletal networks composed primarily of F-actin but containing a low density of significantly stiffer microtubules. Networks composed solely of these two filament types were recently studied in the in vitro experiments of Lin et al. Here we determine the effect of the stiffer impurity filaments generally on the collective mechanics of the heterogeneous filament network and, more specifically, on the affine to non-affine (A/NA) crossover in the softer filament matrix, which occurs in semiflexible networks as a function of their network density. We show that the addition of a small fraction of longer and stiffer filaments to a nonaffine network leads to a significant increase in its collective elastic moduli, even though the stiff filaments do not themselves form a stress bearing network. We also determine the relationship between the density of the stiff filaments and the geometric measure of nonaffinity for the network. Here the effect of the stiffer impurity filaments is complex: their addition makes affine networks slightly more affine, but highly nonaffine networks even more nonaffine. Moreover, there is a strong negative spatial correlation between density of the stiff filaments and local geometric measure of nonaffinity. Taken together, these two observations show that the stiffer filaments serve to locally suppress nonaffine deformation but redistribute it to regions of the network where the stiffer filaments are sparse.
    Fait partie de: Soft Matter, 2011, Vol.7(3), pp.907-914
    Identifiant: 1744-683X (ISSN); 1744-6848 (E-ISSN); 10.1039/c0sm00496k (DOI)

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    Structural Mechanics of Viral Shells: Stretching the Limits of Continuum Models

    Klug, William S
    Biophysical Journal, February 2009, Vol.96(3), pp.15a-15a [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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