His primary areas of study are Cell biology, Spindle apparatus, Microtubule, Mitosis and Kinetochore. His Cell biology research includes themes of Spindle checkpoint, Spindle pole body and Aurora B kinase. His Spindle pole body study incorporates themes from Astral microtubules and Dynein.
His Microtubule research includes elements of Microtubule nucleation, Cilium, ATPase and KIF15. In his study, Tubulin is inextricably linked to Centrosome separation, which falls within the broad field of KIF15. His Mitosis research focuses on subjects like Anaphase, which are linked to Cell division and Cytokinesis.
Tarun M. Kapoor mostly deals with Cell biology, Microtubule, Spindle apparatus, Mitosis and Kinesin. His Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Chromosome segregation, Spindle checkpoint, Kinetochore, Anaphase and Spindle pole body. His Microtubule research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Microtubule nucleation and Biophysics.
His study looks at the relationship between Spindle apparatus and topics such as Meiosis, which overlap with Anatomy. His research integrates issues of Cohesin, Cell division and Centrosome separation in his study of Mitosis. His Kinesin research incorporates elements of ATP hydrolysis, Spindle matrix, Allosteric regulation and Binding site.
His primary areas of investigation include Microtubule, Cell biology, Tubulin, Biophysics and AAA proteins. His research in Microtubule intersects with topics in Spindle midzone, Allosteric regulation and Spindle elongation. Tarun M. Kapoor combines Cell biology and Transcription preinitiation complex in his studies.
His Tubulin study incorporates themes from Crystallography, Microtubule nucleation, Function and Actin. His Biophysics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Processivity, Polynucleotide and RNA polymerase. The AAA proteins study combines topics in areas such as Mutation, Mutant, Docking and Protein family.
Tarun M. Kapoor spends much of his time researching Cell biology, Microtubule, Tubulin, Actin and Microtubule nucleation. By researching both Cell biology and Spastin, Tarun M. Kapoor produces research that crosses academic boundaries. His Microtubule research integrates issues from Chromosome movement, Microtubule bundle and Spindle midzone, Spindle elongation, Chromosome segregation.
Tarun M. Kapoor usually deals with Tubulin and limits it to topics linked to Structural protein and Biophysics. In Biophysics, Tarun M. Kapoor works on issues like Processivity, which are connected to Helicase and RNA. His AAA proteins research incorporates themes from Mutation, Chemical biology, Mutant, Protein family and Microtubule severing.
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Small Molecule Inhibitor of Mitotic Spindle Bipolarity Identified in a Phenotype-Based Screen
Thomas U. Mayer;Tarun M. Kapoor;Stephen J. Haggarty;Stephen J. Haggarty;Randall W. King.
The bipolar mitotic kinesin Eg5 moves on both microtubules that it crosslinks
Lukas C. Kapitein;Erwin J. G. Peterman;Benjamin H. Kwok;Jeffrey H. Kim.
Microtubule attachment and spindle assembly checkpoint signalling at the kinetochore
Emily A. Foley;Tarun M. Kapoor.
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology (2013)
Correcting improper chromosome-spindle attachments during cell division.
Michael A Lampson;Kishore Renduchitala;Alexey Khodjakov;Tarun M Kapoor.
Nature Cell Biology (2004)
Chromosomes Can Congress to the Metaphase Plate Before Biorientation
Tarun M. Kapoor;Michael A. Lampson;Polla Hergert;Lisa Cameron;Lisa Cameron.
The human mitotic checkpoint protein BubR1 regulates chromosome-spindle attachments
Michael A Lampson;Tarun M Kapoor.
Nature Cell Biology (2005)
Midzone activation of aurora B in anaphase produces an intracellular phosphorylation gradient.
Brian G. Fuller;Michael A. Lampson;Emily A. Foley;Sara Rosasco-Nitcher.
Small-molecule inhibitors of the AAA+ ATPase motor cytoplasmic dynein
Ari J. Firestone;Joshua S. Weinger;Maria Maldonado;Kari Barlan.
Insights into antiparallel microtubule crosslinking by PRC1, a conserved nonmotor microtubule binding protein.
Radhika Subramanian;Elizabeth M. Wilson-Kubalek;Christopher P. Arthur;Matthew J. Bick.
Evidence that monastrol is an allosteric inhibitor of the mitotic kinesin Eg5.
Zoltan Maliga;Tarun M Kapoor;Timothy J Mitchison.
Chemistry & Biology (2002)
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