Browsing by Author "Nan, Beiyan"
Schultzhaus, Zachary S (2017-02-21)ungi, which dominate many ecosystems as major decomposers and pathogens, generally colonize through the formation of long, tubular cells called hyphae. Understanding hyphal growth has been of interest to cell biologists ...
Hallberg, Zachary; Wang, Xin; Wright, Todd; Nan, Beiyan; Ad, Omer; Yeo, Jongchan; Hammond, Ming (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2016)
IFT57 stabilizes the assembled intraflagellar transport complex and mediates transport of motility-related flagellar cargo Jiang, Xue; Hernandez, Daniel; Hernandez, Catherine; Ding, Zhaolan; Nan, Beiyan; Aufderheide, Karl; Qin, Hongmin (Journal of Cell Science, 2017)