General References

Mandelkow, E.-M. and E. Mandelkow (1985) Unstained microtubules studied by cryo-electron microscopy: Substructure, supertwist and disassembly\. J. Mol. Biol. 181:123-135.

Mandelkow, E. and E.-M. Mandelkow (1986). Quick-frozen microtubules studied by cryoelectron microscopy and image processing. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences: Recent Advances in Electron and Light Optical imaging in biology and Medicine Ed. A. P. Somlyo. New York, The N.Y. Academy of Sciences.

Mandelkow, E.-V., R. Rapp and E. Mandelkow (1986) Microtubule structure studied by quick freezing: Cryo-electron microscopy and freeze fracture. J. Microsc. 141:361-373.

Mandelkow, E.-M., E. Mandelkow, M. and R. A. (1991) Microtubule dynamics and microtubule caps: a time-resolved cryo-electron microscopy study. J. Cell Biol. 114:977-991.

Chretien, D., F. Metoz, F. Verde, E. Karsenti and R. H. Wade (1992) Lattice defects in microtubules: Protofilament numbers vary within individual microtubules. J. Cell Biol. 117:1031-1040.

Wade, R. H. and D. Chretien (1993) Cryoelectron microscopy of microtubules. J. Struct. Biol. 110:1-27.

Meeting Abstracts, Newsletters and Bulletins

Chretien, D., D. Job and R. H. Wade (1990). Observations of frozen hydrated microtubules. Proc. XII Int'l. Cong. Elec. Microsc. (Seattle) 1:504-505.

Mandelkow, E.-M. and R. Milligan (1990). Time-resolved cryo-electron microscopy of oscillating microtubules. Proc. XII Int'l. Cong. Elec. Microsc. (Seattle) 1:502-503.

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