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Function of the p86 subunit of eukaryotic initiation factor (iso)4F as a microtubule-associated protein in plant cells.

Bokros CL, Hugdahl JD, Kim HH, Hanesworth VR, van Heerden A, Browning KS, Morejohn LC.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1995 Jul 18;92(15):7120-4.

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Microtubule Binding Proteins Are Not Necessarily Microtubule-Associated Proteins.

Morejohn LC.

Plant Cell. 1994 Dec;6(12):1696-1699. No abstract available.

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Deficient nucleation during co-polymerization of mammalian MAP2 and tobacco tubulin.

Hugdahl JD, Morejohn LC.

Biochem Mol Biol Int. 1994 Sep;34(2):375-84.

PMID:
7849649
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Competitive Inhibition of High-Affinity Oryzalin Binding to Plant Tubulin by the Phosphoric Amide Herbicide Amiprophos-Methyl.

Murthy JV, Kim HH, Hanesworth VR, Hugdahl JD, Morejohn LC.

Plant Physiol. 1994 May;105(1):309-320.

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Unique functional characteristics of the polymerization and MAP binding regulatory domains of plant tubulin.

Hugdahl JD, Bokros CL, Hanesworth VR, Aalund GR, Morejohn LC.

Plant Cell. 1993 Sep;5(9):1063-80.

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Characterization of the reversible taxol-induced polymerization of plant tubulin into microtubules.

Bokros CL, Hugdahl JD, Hanesworth VR, Murthy JV, Morejohn LC.

Biochemistry. 1993 Apr 6;32(13):3437-47.

PMID:
8096395
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The biochemistry of compounds with anti-microtubule activity in plant cells.

Morejohn LC, Fosket DE.

Pharmacol Ther. 1991;51(2):217-30. Review.

PMID:
1686112
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Oryzalin, a dinitroaniline herbicide, binds to plant tubulin and inhibits microtubule polymerization in vitro.

Morejohn LC, Bureau TE, Molè-Bajer J, Bajer AS, Fosket DE.

Planta. 1987 Oct;172(2):252-64. doi: 10.1007/BF00394595.

PMID:
24225878
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Resistance of Rosa microtubule polymerization to colchicine results from a low-affinity interaction of colchicine and tubulin.

Morejohn LC, Bureau TE, Tocchi LP, Fosket DE.

Planta. 1987 Feb;170(2):230-41. doi: 10.1007/BF00397893.

PMID:
24232883
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Inhibition of plant cell proteolytic activities that degrade tubulin.

Morejohn LC, Bureau TE, Fosket DE.

Cell Biol Int Rep. 1985 Sep;9(9):849-57.

PMID:
2864138
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Tubulins from different higher plant species are immunologically nonidentical and bind colchicine differentially.

Morejohn LC, Bureau TE, Tocchi LP, Fosket DE.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1984 Mar;81(5):1440-4.

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The tubulins of animals, plants, fungi and protists implications for metazoan evolution.

Little M, Ludueña RF, Morejohn LC, Asnes C, Hoffman E.

Orig Life. 1984 Mar;13(3-4):169-76.

PMID:
6728453
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Higher plant tubulin identified by self-assembly into microtubules in vitro.

Morejohn LC, Fosket DE.

Nature. 1982 Jun 3;297(5865):426-8. No abstract available.

PMID:
7078653
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