Stephanie C. Weber
Stephanie C. Weber
Associate Professor, Department of Biology, McGill University
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Bacterial chromosomal loci move subdiffusively through a viscoelastic cytoplasm
SC Weber, AJ Spakowitz, JA Theriot
Physical review letters 104 (23), 238102, 2010
Getting RNA and protein in phase
SC Weber, CP Brangwynne
Cell 149 (6), 1188-1191, 2012
RNA transcription modulates phase transition-driven nuclear body assembly
J Berry, SC Weber, N Vaidya, M Haataja, CP Brangwynne
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (38), E5237-E5245, 2015
Nonthermal ATP-dependent fluctuations contribute to the in vivo motion of chromosomal loci
SC Weber, AJ Spakowitz, JA Theriot
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (19), 7338-7343, 2012
Inverse size scaling of the nucleolus by a concentration-dependent phase transition
SC Weber, CP Brangwynne
Current Biology 25 (5), 641-646, 2015
Clusters of bacterial RNA polymerase are biomolecular condensates that assemble through liquid–liquid phase separation
AM Ladouceur, BS Parmar, S Biedzinski, J Wall, SG Tope, D Cohn, A Kim, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (31), 18540-18549, 2020
Subdiffusive motion of a polymer composed of subdiffusive monomers
SC Weber, JA Theriot, AJ Spakowitz
Physical Review E 82 (1), 011913, 2010
Evidence for and against liquid-liquid phase separation in the nucleus
P A, SC Weber
Non-coding RNA 5 (4), 50, 2019
Analytical tools to distinguish the effects of localization error, confinement, and medium elasticity on the velocity autocorrelation function
SC Weber, MA Thompson, WE Moerner, AJ Spakowitz, JA Theriot
Biophysical journal 102 (11), 2443-2450, 2012
Sequence-encoded material properties dictate the structure and function of nuclear bodies
SC Weber
Current opinion in cell biology 46, 62-71, 2017
Hierarchical size scaling during multicellular growth and development
S Uppaluri, SC Weber, CP Brangwynne
Cell Reports 17 (2), 345-352, 2016
Evaluation of Lanthanide-Doped Upconverting Nanoparticles for in Vitro and in Vivo Applications
DM Samhadaneh, GA Mandl, Z Han, M Mahjoob, SC Weber, M Tuznik, ...
ACS Applied Bio Materials 3 (7), 4358-4369, 2020
Nucleolar organization and functions in health and disease
U Stochaj, SC Weber
Cells 9 (3), 526, 2020
Let’s phase it: viruses are master architects of biomolecular condensates
SM Sagan, SC Weber
Trends in Biochemical Sciences 48 (3), 229-243, 2023
Dissecting the complexity of biomolecular condensates
P Swain, SC Weber
Biochemical Society Transactions 48 (6), 2591-2602, 2020
Phase Separation in Biology and Disease; Current Perspectives and Open Questions
S Boeynaems, S Chong, J Gsponer, L Holt, D Milovanovic, DM Mitrea, ...
Journal of molecular biology, 167971, 2023
Beyond equilibrium phase diagrams: enzymatic activity shakes up bacterial condensates
S Biedzinski, B Parmar, SC Weber
Molecular cell 79 (2), 205-206, 2020
Single-Molecule Tracking of RNA Polymerase In and Out of Condensates in Live Bacterial Cells
BS Parmar, SC Weber
Phase-Separated Biomolecular Condensates: Methods and Protocols, 371-381, 2022
Phase Transitions in the Nucleus: the functional implications of concentration-dependent assembly of a Liquid-like RNA/Protein Body
L Zhu, S Weber, J Berry, N Vaidya, M Haataja, C Brangwynne
APS March Meeting Abstracts 2015, P1. 078, 2015
Mu gets in the loop
SC Weber, JA Theriot
Molecular cell 39 (1), 1-3, 2010
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