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1. Seeger, M.A., Zhang, Y., and Rice, S.E. (2012). Kinesin Tail Domains Are Intrinsically Disordered. Proteins 80(10):2437-46. PMCID: PMC3437001


1. Waitzman, J.S., Larson, A.G., Cochran, J.C., Naber, N., Cooke, R., Kull, F.J., Pate, E.F., and Rice, S.E. (2011). The loop 5 element structurally and kinetically coordinates dimers of the human kinesin-5, Eg5. Biophysical Journal 101(11):2760-2769. PMCID: PMC3297777

2. Harrington, T.D., Naber, N., Larson, A.G., Cooke, R., Rice, S.E., and Pate, E.F. (2011). Analysis of the interaction of Eg5 Loop 5 with the nucleotide site. Journal of Theoretical Biology 289:107-15. PMCID: PMC3191284

3. Naber, N., Larson, A.G., Rice, S.E., Cooke, R. Pate, E.F. (2011). Multiple conformations of the nucleotide site of kinesin-family motors in the triphosphate state. Journal of Molecular Biology 408(4):628-42.

4. Landahl, E. C., Antipova, O., Bongaarts, A., Barrea, R., Berry, R.W., Binder, L.I., Irving, T., Orgel, J., Vana, L. and Rice, S.E. (2011). X-ray diffraction from intact tau aggregates in human brain tissue. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment 649:184-187.

5. Wang, X., Winter, D., Ashrafi, G., Schlehe, J, Wong, Y.L., Selkoe, D., Steen, J., LaVoie, M., Rice, S.E., and Schwarz, T. (2011). PINK1 and Parkin Target Miro for Phosphorylation and Degradation to Arrest Mitochondrial Motility. Cell 147(4):893-906. PMCID: PMC3261796


1. Wong, Y.L. and Rice, S.E. (2010). Kinesin’s light chains inhibit the head- and microtubule-binding activity of its tail. PNAS 107(26):11781-6. PMCID: PMC2900695

2. Larson, A.G., Naber, N., Cooke, R., Pate, E., and Rice, S.E. (2010). The conserved L5 loop establishes the pre-powerstroke conformation of the Kinesin-5 motor, Eg5. Biophysical Journal, 98(11):2619-27. PMCID: PMC2877332

3. Bensenor, L.B., Barlan, K., Rice, S.E., Fehon, R.G., and Gelfand, V.I. (2010). Microtubule-mediated transport of the tumor-suppressor protein Merlin and its mutants. PNAS 107(16):7311-6. PMCID: PMC2867680

4. Seeger, M.A. and Rice, S.E. (2010) Microtubule-associated protein-like binding of the kinesin-1 tail to microtubules. Journal of Biological Chemistry 285(11):8155-62. PMCID: PMC2832967


1. Ally S, Larson A.G., Barlan K, Rice S.E., Gelfand V.I. (2009). Opposite-polarity motors activate one another to trigger cargo transport in live cells. J Cell Biol. 187(7):1071-82. PMCID: PMC2806283

2. Larson, A.G., Landahl, E.C., and Rice, S.E. (2009). Mechanism of cooperative behavior in systems of slow and fast molecular motors. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 11(24):4890-8. PMCID: PMC2745065

3. Wong, Y.L., Dietrich, K.A., Naber, N., Cooke, R., and Rice, S.E. (2009). The kinesin-1 tail conformationally restricts the nucleotide pocket. Biophysical Journal 96(7):2799-807. PMCID: PMC2711265


1. McMahon, P.M., Hostetter, D.R., and Rice, S.E. (2008). Temperature dependence of Dictyostelium and nonmuscle myosin-IIA tail fragment assembly. Journal of Muscle Research and Cell Motility 29(2-5):109-18

2. Dietrich, K.A., Sindelar, C.V., Brewer, P., Cremo, C.R., Downing, K.H., and Rice, S.E. (2008). “The kinesin-1 motor protein is regulated by a direct interaction of its head and tail.” PNAS 105(26):8938-8943.