Cell biology, Actin, Motility, Lamellipodium and Actin cytoskeleton are his primary areas of study. His Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cell morphology, Cell and Cytoskeleton. His Actin study combines topics in areas such as Biophysics, Anatomy, Protein filament and Cell movement.
Alex Mogilner combines subjects such as Polymerization and Ratchet with his study of Protein filament. His Motility research includes themes of Adhesion and Treadmilling. He works mostly in the field of Lamellipodium, limiting it down to concerns involving Myosin and, occasionally, Leading edge, Fluid dynamics, Intracellular Fluid and Actinin.
Alex Mogilner focuses on Cell biology, Biophysics, Actin, Microtubule and Motility. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Spindle apparatus and Actin remodeling of neurons, Actin cytoskeleton, Actin remodeling, Cytoskeleton. His Biophysics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cell, Cell type, Cytoplasm, Nanotechnology and Treadmilling.
His research in Actin intersects with topics in Leading edge, Lamellipodium, Protein filament and Myosin. His Leading edge research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Adhesion and Pseudopodia. His study looks at the relationship between Microtubule and fields such as Molecular motor, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Biophysics, Actin, Cell biology, Mechanics and Cell. The various areas that he examines in his Biophysics study include Cytoplasm, Cell migration, Nucleus, Extracellular matrix and Cell type. His Actin study incorporates themes from Steady state, Intracellular, Motility and Myosin.
His research investigates the connection with Motility and areas like Lamellipodium which intersect with concerns in Drag. His work in Cell biology tackles topics such as Cell division which are related to areas like Sister chromatids and Filamentous actin. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Spectral method and Tensor.
His main research concerns Biophysics, Actin, Motility, Microtubule and Cell biology. His work in the fields of Myosin overlaps with other areas such as A protein and Whole cell. His Actin research integrates issues from Micropatterning, Cortical network, Cytoplasm and Symmetry breaking.
His Motility study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Steady state, Treadmilling, Cofilin and Cell function. His research integrates issues of Explicit formulae and Classical mechanics in his study of Microtubule. His studies deal with areas such as Cleavage furrow, Centralspindlin complex, Aurora B kinase, Cytokinesis and Sister chromatids as well as Cell biology.
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Cell motility driven by actin polymerization
Alexander Mogilner;George Oster.
Biophysical Journal (1996)
Actin and alpha-actinin orchestrate the assembly and maturation of nascent adhesions in a myosin II motor-independent manner.
Colin K. Choi;Miguel Vicente-Manzanares;Jessica Zareno;Leanna A. Whitmore.
Nature Cell Biology (2008)
Mechanism of shape determination in motile cells
Kinneret Keren;Zachary Pincus;Greg M. Allen;Erin L. Barnhart.
Force Generation by Actin Polymerization II: The Elastic Ratchet and Tethered Filaments
Alex Mogilner;George Oster.
Biophysical Journal (2003)
A non-local model for a swarm
Alexander Mogilner;Leah Edelstein-Keshet.
Journal of Mathematical Biology (1999)
The Physics of Filopodial Protrusion
Alexander Mogilner;B. Rubinstein.
Biophysical Journal (2005)
Mutual interactions, potentials, and individual distance in a social aggregation
A. Mogilner;L. Edelstein-Keshet;L. Bent;A. Spiros.
Journal of Mathematical Biology (2003)
Direct measurement of the lamellipodial protrusive force in a migrating cell
Marcus Prass;Ken Jacobson;Alex Mogilner;Manfred Radmacher.
Journal of Cell Biology (2006)
Regulation of actin dynamics in rapidly moving cells: a quantitative analysis.
Alex Mogilner;Leah Edelstein-Keshet.
Biophysical Journal (2002)
Cell division : cytoskeleton
Jonathan M. Scholey;Ingrid Brust-Mascher;Alex Mogilner.
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