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Gregory Brittingham
Gregory Brittingham
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Excessive cell growth causes cytoplasm dilution and contributes to senescence
GE Neurohr, RL Terry, J Lengefeld, M Bonney, GP Brittingham, F Moretto, ...
cell 176 (5), 1083-1097. e18, 2019
4132019
mTORC1 controls phase separation and the biophysical properties of the cytoplasm by tuning crowding
M Delarue, GP Brittingham, S Pfeffer, IV Surovtsev, S Pinglay, ...
Cell 174 (2), 338-349. e20, 2018
3742018
Enumeration and characterization of circulating multiple myeloma cells in patients with plasma cell disorders
B Foulk, M Schaffer, S Gross, C Rao, D Smirnov, MC Connelly, ...
British Journal of Haematology 180 (1), 71-81, 2018
492018
Long interspersed nuclear element-1 expression and retrotransposition in prostate cancer cells
EM Briggs, S Ha, P Mita, G Brittingham, I Sciamanna, C Spadafora, ...
Mobile DNA 9, 1-9, 2018
352018
SWI/SNF senses carbon starvation with a pH-sensitive low-complexity sequence
JI Gutierrez, GP Brittingham, Y Karadeniz, KD Tran, A Dutta, ...
Elife 11, e70344, 2022
292022
Microtubules enhance mesoscale effective diffusivity in the crowded metaphase cytoplasm
L Carlini, GP Brittingham, LJ Holt, TM Kapoor
Developmental cell 54 (5), 574-582. e4, 2020
192020
nucGEMs probe the biophysical properties of the nucleoplasm
T Shu, T Szórádi, GR Kidiyoor, Y Xie, NL Herzog, A Bazley, M Bonucci, ...
BioRxiv, 2021.11. 18.469159, 2021
142021
The largest SWI/SNF polyglutamine domain is a pH sensor
JI Gutiérrez, G Brittingham, X Wang, D Fenyö, LJ Holt
bioRxiv, 165043, 2017
92017
Development of a rapid streptavidin capture-based assay for the tyrosine phosphorylated CSF-1R in peripheral blood mononuclear cells
S Chaturvedi, E Dell, D Siegel, G Brittingham, S Seetharam
International journal of biological sciences 9 (10), 1099, 2013
52013
Genetically encoded multimeric (GEM) nanoparticles probe the biophysical properties of the nucleus
T Szoradi, T Shu, Y Xie, GR Kidiyoor, NL Herzog, S Saxena, M Bonucci, ...
Biophysical Journal 121 (3), 496a, 2022
12022
Genetically Encoded Multimeric nanoparticles (GEMs) to visualize the biophysical properties of the nucleus.
S Pinglay, G Brittingham, M Delarue, KJ Kennedy, G Poterewicz, LJ Holt
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL 28, 2017
12017
mTORC1 controls rheology and phase separation by tuning ribosome concentration.
G Brittingham, M Delarue, S Pfeffer, IV Surovtsev, KJ Kennedy, S Pinglay, ...
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL 28, 2017
12017
Compressive stress changes the biophysical properties of the nucleus in an in vitro model of pancreatic adenocarcinoma
S Saxena, G Brittingham, S Keegan, LJ Holt
Biophysical Journal 123 (3), 407a, 2024
2024
Intricate network of nuclear morphology, chromatin dynamics and macromolecular crowding facilitates efficient nuclear functioning
GR Kidiyoor, T Szoradi, G Brittingham, S Keegan, LJ Holt
Biophysical Journal 122 (3), 485a-486a, 2023
2023
SWI/SNF senses carbon starvation with a pH-sensitive low-complexity sequence
GJ Ignacio, GP Brittingham, K Yonca, KD Tran, D Arnob, AS Holehouse, ...
eLife 11, 2022
2022
SWI/SNF senses carbon starvation with a pH-sensitive low complexity sequence [preprint]
JI Gutiérrez, GP Brittingham, Y Karadeniz, KD Tran, A Dutta, ...
2021
The Biophysical Properties of Cells in Health and Disease
GP Brittingham
New York University, 2021
2021
Abstract C21: KRAS confers resistance to mechanical compression in pancreatic cancer cells
GP Brittingham, LJ Holt
Cancer Research 79 (24_Supplement), C21-C21, 2019
2019
A Fantastic Voyage Into the Cell: Probing the Rheological Properties of the Cell with Genetically Encoded Multimeric (GEM) Nanoparticles
GP Brittingham, M Delarue, S Pinglay, S Pfeffer, IV Surovtsev, B Engle, ...
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL 29 (26), 2018
2018
Probing the macromolecular crowding within the nucleus using microrhelogy in fission yeast.
CL Tan, P Calderon, AT Molines, F Chang, LJ Holt, G Brittingham
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL 29 (26), 2018
2018
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