Faculty Profile

Dr. John W. Murray, Ph.D.

John W. Murray, Ph.D.

Instructor, Department of Anatomy & Structural Biology

Selected Publications

Fort AG, Murray JW, Dandachi N, Davidson MW, Dermietzel R, Wolkoff AW, Spray DC. 2011. In vitro motility of liver connexin vesicles along microtubules utilizes kinesin motors. J Biol Chem. Jul 1;286(26):22875-85


Murray JW, Thosani AJ, Wang P, Wolkoff AW. 2011. Heterogeneous accumulation of fluorescent bile acids in primary rat hepatocytes does not correlate with their homogenous expression of ntcp.  Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol. Jul;301(1):G60-8


Mukhopadhyay A, Nieves E, Che FY, Wang J, Jin L, Murray JW, Gordon K, Angeletti RH, Wolkoff AW. 2011. Proteomic analysis of endocytic vesicles: Rab1a regulates motility of early endocytic vesicles. J Cell Sci. Mar 1;124(Pt 5):765-75.


Murray JW, Wolkoff AW. 2007. In vitro motility system to study the role of motor proteins in receptor-ligand sorting. Methods Mol Biol;392:143-58.


Sarkar S, Bananis E, Nath S, Anwer MS, Wolkoff AW, Murray, JW. 2006. KCzeta is required for microtubule-based motility of vesicles containing the ntcp transporter. Traffic. Aug;7(8):1078-91.


Lee GE, Murray JW, Wolkoff AW, Wilson DW. 2006. Reconstitution of herpes simplex virus microtubule-dependent trafficking in vitro. J. Virol. 80:4264-75.


Bananis, E, Murray, JW, Stockert RJ, Satir P, Wolkoff AW. 2000. Microtubule and motor-dependent endocytic vesicle sorting in vitro. J. Cell Biol. 151 (1):179-186.


Murray JW, Edmonds BT, Liu G, Condeelis J. 1996. Bundling of actin filaments by elongation factor 1 alpha inhibits polymerization at filament ends. J. Cell Biol. 135:1309-1321.


Murray J, Vawter-Hugart H, Voss E, Soll DR. 1992. Three-dimensional motility cycle in leukocytes. Cell Motil. Cytoskel. 22:211-23.

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