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Ekaterina L. Grishchuk, Ph.D.

Ekaterina L. Grishchuk, Ph.D.

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Assistant Professor of Physiology
Department: Physiology

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Physiology Department
Perelman School of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania
415 Curie Blvd.
675A Clinical Research Building
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: (215) 746-8178
Fax: (215) 573-2273
Lab: (215) 746-8177
M.S. (Physics, specialization in Biophysics)
Moscow State University, Russia, 1990.
Ph.D. (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology)
University of Colorado, Boulder, USA, 1997.
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Description of Research Expertise

Mechanisms that drive and control chromosome motions in mitosis

Selected Publications

Barisic Marin, Sousa Ricardo S, Tripathy Suvranta K, Magiera Maria M, Zaytsev Anatoly V, Pereira Ana L, Janke Carsten, Grishchuk* Ekaterina L, Maiato* Helder: Microtubule detyrosination guides chromosomes during mitosis. Science 348(6236): 799-803, May 2015 Notes: *equal contributions and co-corresponding authors.

Zaytsev Anatoly V, Mick Jeanne E, Maslennikov Evgeny, Nikashin Boris, DeLuca Jennifer G, Grishchuk Ekaterina L: Multisite phosphorylation of the NDC80 complex gradually tunes its microtubule-binding affinity. Molecular Biology of the Cell 26(10): 1829-44, May 2015.

Zaytsev Anatoly V, Sundin Lynsie, DeLuca Keith F, Grishchuk* Ekaterina L, DeLuca* Jennifer R: Accurate phosphoregulation of kinetochore-microtubule affinity requires unconstrained molecular interactions. Journal of Cell Biology 206(1): 45-59, Jun 2014 Notes: *equal contributions and co-corresponding authors.

Vitre Benjamin, Gudimchuk Nikita, Borda Ranier, Kim Yumi, Heuser John E, Cleveland Don W, Grishchuk Ekaterina L: Kinetochore-microtubule attachment throughout mitosis potentiated by the elongated stalk of the kinetochore kinesin CENP-E. Molecular Biology of the Cell 25(15): 2272-81, Jul 2014 Notes: Featured: journal cover.

Gudimchuk Nikita, Vitre Benjamin, Kim Yumi, Kiyatkin Anatoly, Cleveland Don W, Ataullakhanov Fazly I, Grishchuk Ekaterina L : Kinetochore kinesin CENP-E is a processive bi-directional tracker of dynamic microtubule tips Nature Cell Biology 15(9): 1079-88, Sep 2013.

Volkov Vladimir A, Zaytsev Anatoly V, Gudimchuk Nikita, Grissom Paula M, Gintsburg Anatoly L, Ataullakhanov Fazly I, McIntosh J Richard, Grishchuk Ekaterina L: Long tethers provide high-force coupling of the Dam1 ring to shortening microtubules. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 110(19): 7708-13, May 2013.

Schmidt Jens C, Arthanari Haribabu, Boeszoermenyi Andras, Dashkevich Natalia M, Wilson-Kubalek Elizabeth M, Monnier Nilah, Markus Michelle, Oberer Monika, Milligan Ron A, Bathe M, Wagner Gerhard, Grishchuk Ekaterina L, Cheeseman Iain M: The kinetochore-bound Ska1 complex tracks depolymerizing microtubules and binds to curved protofilaments. Developmental Cell 23(5): 968-80, Nov 2012.

McIntosh J Richard, Grishchuk Ekaterina L, Morphew Mary K, Efremov Artem K, Zhudenkov Kirill, Volkov Vladimir A, Cheeseman Iain M, Desai Arshad, Mastronarde David N, Ataullakhanov Fazly I: Fibrils connect microtubule tips with kinetochores: a mechanism to couple tubulin dynamics to chromosome motion. Cell 135(2): 322-33, Oct 2008.

Grishchuk Ekaterina L, Efremov Artem K, Volkov Vladimir A, Spiridonov Ilia S, Gudimchuk Nikita, Westermann Stefan, Drubin David, Barnes Georjana, McIntosh J Richard, Ataullakhanov Fazly I: The Dam1 ring binds microtubules strongly enough to be a processive as well as energy-efficient coupler for chromosome motion. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105(40): 15423-8, Oct 2008.

Grishchuk Ekaterina L, Molodtsov Maxim I, Ataullakhanov Fazly I, McIntosh J Richard: Force production by disassembling microtubules. Nature 438(7066): 384-8, Nov 2005.

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