Vladimir Volkov


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1. Microtubules pull the strings: disordered sequences as efficient couplers of microtubule-generated force

VA VolkovEssays in Biochemistry 2020; EBC20190078. DOI: 10.1042/EBC20190078

2. Mechanisms of motor-independent membrane remodeling driven by dynamic microtubules

R Rodríguez-García, VA Volkov, C-Y Chen, EA Katrukha, N Olieric, A Aher, I Grigoriev, MP López, MO Steinmetz, LC Kapitein, G Koenderink, M Dogterom, A Akhmanova. Current Biology 2020; 30(6): 972-987.e12. DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2020.01.036
preprint: bioRxiv

3. Molecular determinants of the Ska-Ndc80 interaction and their influence on microtubule tracking and force-coupling

PJ Huis in ’t Veld*, VA Volkov*, I Stender, A Musacchio, M Dogterom. eLife 2019; 8:e49539 DOI: 10.7554/eLife.49539
preprint: bioRxiv
*equal contribution

4. The depolymerase activity of MCAK shows graded response to Aurora B kinase phosphorylation through allosteric regulation

T McHugh, J Zou, VA Volkov, SK Talapatra, J Rappsilber, M Dogterom, JPI Welburn. Journal of Cell Science 2019; 132(4): jcs.228353 DOI: 10.1242/jcs.228353

5. Multivalency of NDC80 in the outer kinetochore is essential to track shortening microtubules and generate forces

VA Volkov*, PJ Huis in ’t Veld*, M Dogterom, A Musacchio. eLife 2018; 7:e36764 DOI: 10.7554/eLife.36764
preprint: bioRxiv
*equal contribution

6. CENP-F couples cargo to growing and shortening microtubule ends

G Kanfer, M Peterka, VK Arzhanik, AL Drobyshev, FI Ataullakhanov, VA Volkov*, B Kornmann*. Molecular biology of the cell (2017) 28(18), 2400-2409
DOI: 10.1091/mbc.e16-11-0756
preprint: bioRxiv
*equal contribution, co-corresponding authors

7. Centromere protein F includes two sites that couple efficiently to depolymerizing microtubules

VA Volkov, PM Grissom, VK Arzhanik, AV Zaytsev, K Renganathan, T McClure-Begley, WM Old, N Ahn, JR McIntosh. Journal of Cell Biology (2015) 209(6), 813-828 DOI: 10.1083/jcb.201408083
This paper was highlighted in F1000.

8. Preparation of segmented microtubules to study motions driven by the disassembling microtubule ends

VA Volkov, AV Zaytsev, EL Grishchuk. Journal of of visualized experiments: JoVE (2014) 85
full text and video protocol

9. Long tethers provide high-force coupling of the Dam1 ring to shortening microtubules

VA Volkov, AV Zaytsev, N Gudimchuk, PM Grissom, AL Gintsburg, FI Ataullakhanov, JR McIntosh, EL Grishchuk. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2013) 110(19), 7708-7713 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1305821110

10. Tubulin depolymerization may be an ancient biological motor

JR McIntosh, V Volkov, FI Ataullakhanov, EL Grishchuk. Journal of Cell Science (2010) 123(20), 3425-3434 DOI: 10.1242/jcs.067611

11. Fibrils connect microtubule tips with kinetochores: a mechanism to couple tubulin dynamics to chromosome motion

JR McIntosh, EL Grishchuk, MK Morphew, AK Efremov, K Zhudenkov, VA Volkov, IM Cheeseman, A Desai, DN Mastronarde, FI Ataullakhanov. Cell (2008) 135(2), 322-333 DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2008.08.038

12. The Dam1 ring binds microtubules strongly enough to be a processive as well as energy-efficient coupler for chromosome motion

EL Grishchuk, AK Efremov, VA Volkov, IS Spiridonov, N Gudimchuk, S Westermann, D Drubin, G Barnes, JR McIntosh, FI Ataullakhanov. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2008) 105(40), 15423-15428 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0807859105

13. Different assemblies of the DAM1 complex follow shortening microtubules by distinct mechanisms

EL Grishchuk, IS Spiridonov, VA Volkov, AK Efremov, S Westermann, D Drubin, G Barnes, FI Ataullakhanov, JR McIntosh. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2008) 105(19), 6918-6923 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0801811105

14. An allosteric mechanism for switching between parallel tracks in mammalian sulfur metabolism

TK Korendyaseva, DN Kuvatov, VA Volkov, MV Martinov, VM Vitvitsky, R Banerjee, FI Ataullakhanov. PLoS computational biology (2008) 4(5), e1000076 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000076

Vladimir Volkov — v.volkov@tudelft.nl — +31 15 278-4058 — @microtubule_guy