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The Morgan Huse Lab: Publications

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Huse, M. (2017). Mechanical Forces in the Immune System. Nat. Rev. Immunol. 17, 679-690.

Basu, R., Whitlock, B. M., Husson, J., Le Floc’h, A., Jin, W., Oyler-Yaniv, A., Dotiwala, F., Giannone, G., Hivroz, C., Biais, N., Lieberman, J., Kam, L. C., and Huse, M. (2016). Cytotoxic T Cells Use Mechanical Force to Potentiate Target Cell Killing. Cell 165, 100-110.

Dadi, S., Chhangawala, S., Whitlock, B. M., Franklin, R. A., Luo, C. T., Oh, S. A., Toure, A., Pritykin, Y., Huse, M., Leslie, C. R., and Li, M. O. (2016). Cancer Immunosurveillance by Tissue-Resident Innate Lymphoid Cells and Innate-like T Cells. Cell 164, 365-377.

Nguyen Duc, T., and Huse, M. (2015). A Generalizable Platform for the Photoactivation of Cell Surface Receptors. ACS Chem. Bio. 10, 2435-2440.

Huse, M. (2014). Lipid-based Patterning of the Immunological Synapse. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 42, 1506-1511.

Chauveau, A., Le Floc’h, A., Bantilan, N. S., Koretzky, G. A., and Huse, M. (2014). Diacylglycerol Kinase α Establishes T Cell Polarity by Shaping Diacylglycerol Accumulation at the Immunological Synapse. Sci. Signal. 7, ra82.

Bashour, K. T., Gondarenko, A., Chen, H., Shen, K., Liu, X., Huse, M., Hone, J. C., and Kam, L. C. (2014). CD28 and CD3 Have Complementary Roles in T-cell Traction Forces. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 111, 2241-2246.

Le Floc’h, A. Tanaka, Y., Bantilan, N. S., Voisinne, G., Altan-Bonnet, G., Fukui, Y., and Huse, M. (2013). Annular PIP3 Accumulation Controls Actin Architecture and Modulates Cytotoxicity at the Immunological Synapse. J. Exp. Med. 210, 2721-2737.

Liu, X., Kapoor, T. M., Chen, J. K., and Huse, M. (2013). Diacylglycerol Promotes Centrosome Polarization in T Cells via Reciprocal Localization of Dynein and Myosin II. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 110, 11976-11981.