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George Holzwarth

(1990-2010 only)

 

 

   
 

Gagliano J, Walb M, Blaker B, Macosko JC, and Holzwarth, G. "Kinesin velocity increases with the number of motors pulling against viscoelastic drag", European Biophysics Journal 39 (5),801-813 (2010)[pdf]

Hill DB, Macosko JC, Holzwarth GM "Motion-enhanced, differential interference contrast (MEDIC) microscopy of moving vesicles in live cells: VE-DIC updated", J. Microscopy 231, 433-439 (2008)[pdf].

Shtridelman Y, Holzwarth, GM, Bauer CT, Gassman NR, DeWitt DA, and Macosko, JC, " In vivo Multimotor Force-Velocity Curves by Tracking and Sizing Sub-Diffraction-limited Vesicles", Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering 2, 190-199 (2009)

Macosko, J.C., Newbern, J.M., Rockford, J., Chisena, E.N., Brown, C.M., Holzwarth, G., and Milligan C.E. "Fewer active motors per vesicle may explain slowed vesicle transport in chick motoneurons after three days in vitro", Brain Research 1211, 6-12 (2008).

Chisena EN, Wall RA, Macosko JC, and Holzwarth GM "Speckled microtubules improve tracking in motor-protein gliding assays", Phys Biol 4, 10-15 (2007).

Hill DB, Plaza MJ, Bonin K, and Holzwarth G "Fast Vesicle Transport in PC12 Neurites: Velocities and Forces", European Biophysics Journal 33(3), 623-632 (2004), DOI: 10.1007/s00249-004-0403-6, [pdf] [html].

Holzwarth G, Bonin K, and Hill DB, "Forces Required of Kinesin during Processive Transport through Cytoplasm", Biophys J. 82, 1784-1790(2002) [pdf].[html].

Holzwarth G, Hill DB, and McLaughlin EB, "Polarization-modulated DIC microscopy with a variable retarder", Applied Optics 39, 6288-94(2000).

Holzwarth G, Webb SC, Kubinski DJ, and Allen NS, Improving DIC Microscopy with Polarization Modulation, J. Microscopy 188, 249-254 (1997)[pdf].

Holzwarth G, Channel thickness variations could degrade resolution in electrophoresis. Electrophoresis 17, 1587-1589(1996).

Sabanayagam CR. and Holzwarth G, Real-time velocity of DNA bands during field-inversion gel electrophoresis. Electrophoresis 17, 1052-1059 (1996).

Neitzey LM, Holzwarth G, Duke TAJ, and Viovy JL. Two-dimensional motion of DNA bands during pulsed-field gel electrophoresis: effect of field angle. Biopolymers 35, 307-317 (1995).

Hutson MS, Holzwarth G, Duke TAJ, and Viovy JL. Two-dimensional motion of DNA bands during 120-degree  pulsed-field gel electrophoresis: effect of molecular weight. Biopolymers 35, 297-306(1995).

Neitzey LM, Hutson MS, and Holzwarth G. 2-Dimensional motion of DNA bands during 120-degree Pulsed-field Gel Electrophoresis. Electrophoresis 14, 296-303 (1993)

Keiner, Louis E., and Holzwarth, G. The Velocity and Recoil of DNA Bands during Gel Electrophoresis. J. Chem. Phys. 97, 4476-4484(1992).

Howard, Timothy D. and Holzwarth, G. Fluctuations in the Velocity of Individual DNA Molecules During Agarose Gel Electrophoresis. Biophysical J., 63, 1487-1492(1992).

Whitcomb, Richard W. and Holzwarth, G. On the Movement and Alignment of DNA during 120? Pulsed-Field Gel Electrophoresis. Nucleic Acids Research 18, 6331-6338 (1990).

Holzwarth, G., Whitcomb, R. W., Platt, K. J., Crater, G. D. and McKee, C. B. Velocity of Linear DNA during Pulsed-Field Gel Electrophoresis. Electrophoresis of Large DNA Molecules: Theory and Application. Edited by Lai and Birren. Cold Spring Harbor Press, 43-53 (1990).