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Up-to-date publication list on ORCID:

Adams, J.M., Sawe, C., Rogers, S., Reid, J., Dasari, R. & Engelke, M.F. (2024). Characterization of the disease-causing mechanism of KIF3B mutations from ciliophathy patients. Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences. 11, 1327963.

Fasawe, A.S., Adams, J.M. & Engelke, M.F. (2024). KIF3A tail domain phosphorylation is not required for ciliogenesis in mouse embryonic fibroblasts. iScience. 27(3), 109149.

Yue, Y., Engelke, M.F., Blasius, T. L. & Verhey, K.J. (2022). Hedgehog-induced ciliary trafficking of kinesin-4 motor KIF7 requires intraflagellar transport but not KIF7’s microtubule binding. Molecular biology of the cell. 33(1), br1.

Engelke, M.F., Waas, B., Kearns, S.E., Suber, A., Boss, A., Allen B.L. & Verhey, K.J. (2019). Acute Inhibition of Heterotrimeric Kinesin-2 Function Reveals Mechanisms of Intraflagellar Transport in Mammalian Cilia. Current Biology. 29(7), 1137-1148.

Ravindran, M.S., Engelke, M.F., Verhey, K.J. & Tsai, B. (2017). Exploiting the kinesin-1 molecular motor to generate a virus membrane penetration site. Nature Communications. 8, 15496.

Engelke, M.F., Winding, M., Yue, Y., Shastry, S., Teloni, F., Reddy, S., Blasius, T.L., Soppina, P., Hancock, W.O., Gelfand, V.I. & Verhey, K.J. (2016). Engineered kinesin motor proteins amenable to small-molecule inhibition. Nature Communications. 7, 11159.

Strunze, S.*, Engelke, M.F.*, Wang, I.H., Püntener, D., Boucke, K., Schleich, S., Way, M., Schoenenberger, P., Burckhardt, C.J. & Greber, U.F. (2011). Kinesin-1-mediated capsid disassembly and disruption of the nuclear pore complex promote virus infection. Cell Host & Microbe. 10(3), 210-23. 
*equal contribution.

Engelke, M.F., Burckhardt, C.J., Morf, M.K. & Greber, U.F. (2011). The dynactin complex enhances the speed of microtubule-dependent motions of adenovirus both towards and away from the nucleus. Viruses. 3(3), 233-53.

Püntener, D., Engelke, M.F., Ruzsics, Z., Strunze, S., Wilhelm, C. & Greber, U.F. (2011). Stepwise loss of fluorescent core protein V from human adenovirus during entry into cells. Journal of Virology. 85(1), 481-96.

Gazzola, M., Burckhardt, C.J., Bayati, B., Engelke, M., Greber, U.F. & Koumoutsakos, P. (2009). A stochastic model for microtubule motors describes the in vivo cytoplasmic transport of human adenovirus. PLoS Computational Biology. 5(12), e1000623.

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