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  1. Asbury, C. (2005). Kinesin: world's tiniest biped. Current opinion in cell biology, 17(1), 89–97. Elsevier.
  2. Block, S. (1995). Nanometres and piconewtons: the macromolecular mechanics of kinesin. Trends in Cell Biology, 5(4), 169–175. Elsevier.
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  6. Carter, N. J., & Cross, R. A. (2006). Kinesin’s moonwalk. Current Opinion in Cell Biology, (Figure 1), 61-67.
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  8. Cross, R. A. (2004). What kinesin does at roadblocks: the coordination mechanism for molecular walking ´. Molecular Biology, 23(1), 23-32.
  9. Fan, D., Zheng, W., Hou, R., Li, F., & Wang, Z. (2008). Modeling Motility of the Kinesin Dimer from Molecular Properties of Individual Monomers †. Society, (11), 4733-4742.
  10. Fehr, A. N., Asbury, C. L., & Block, S. M. (2008). Kinesin Steps Do Not Alternate in Size. Health (San Francisco), 20-22.
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  12. Guydosh, N. R., & Block, S. M. (2006). Backsteps induced by nucleotide analogs suggest the front head of kinesin is gated by strain. PNAS, 103(21).
  13. Hackney, D. (1988). Kinesin ATPase: rate-limiting ADP release. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 85(17), 6314–6318. National Acad Sciences.
  14. Hackney, D. (1996). The kinetic cycles of myosin, kinesin, and dynein. Annual review of physiology, 58(1), 731–750. Annual Reviews.
  15. Hancock, W. O., & Howard, J. (1999). Kinesin’s processivity results from mechanical and chemical coordination between the ATP hydrolysis cycles of the two motor domains.
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  17. Hyeon, C., Klumpp, S., & Onuchic, J. N. (2009). Kinesin's backsteps under mechanical load. Physics, 1-34.
  18. Imafuku, Y., Thomas, N., & Tawada, K. (2009). Hopping and stalling of processive molecular motors. Journal of Theoretical Biology, (2002). Elsevier.
  19. Kaseda, K., Higuchi, H., & Hirose, K. (2003). Alternate fast and slow stepping of a heterodimeric kinesin molecule. Group, 5(12), 10-15.
  20. Kawaguchi, K., & Ishiwata, S. (2001). Nucleotide-dependent single- to double-headed binding of kinesin. Science (New York, N.Y.), 291(5504), 667-9.
  21. Klumpp, L., Hoenger, A., & Gilbert, S. (2004). Kinesin's second step. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 101(10), 3444–3449. National Acad Sciences.
  22. Liu, M., Todd, B., & Sadus, R. (2005). Cooperativity in the motor activities of the ATP-fueled molecular motors. BBA-Proteins and Proteomics, 1752(2), 111–123. Elsevier.
  23. Rosenfeld, S., Fordyce, P., Jefferson, G., King, P., & Block, S. (2003). Stepping and Stretching HOW KINESIN USES INTERNAL STRAIN TO WALK PROCESSIVELY. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 278(20), 18550–18556. ASBMB.
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  26. Taniguchi, Yuichi, and Toshio Yanagida. 2008. "The forward and backward stepping processes of kinesin are gated by ATP binding." Biophysics 4: 11-18.
  27. Uemura, S., and others. 2003. "Loading direction regulates the affinity of ADP for kinesin." Nature Structural \& Molecular Biology 10(4): 308–311.
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