Stephanie Majkut
Stephanie Majkut
Post-doc, Penn Muscle Institute Trainee, University of Pennsylvania
Verified email at sas.upenn.edu
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Heart-specific stiffening in early embryos parallels matrix and myosin expression to optimize beating
S Majkut, T Idema, J Swift, C Krieger, A Liu, DE Discher
Current Biology 23 (23), 2434-2439, 2013
1412013
Mechanosensing by the lamina protects against nuclear rupture, DNA damage, and cell-cycle arrest
S Cho, M Vashisth, A Abbas, S Majkut, K Vogel, Y Xia, IL Ivanovska, ...
Developmental cell 49 (6), 920-935. e5, 2019
852019
Stress sensitivity and mechanotransduction during heart development
S Majkut, PCDP Dingal, DE Discher
Current Biology 24 (10), R495-R501, 2014
552014
Substrate stiffness-modulated registry phase correlations in cardiomyocytes map structural order to coherent beating
K Dasbiswas, S Majkut, DE Discher, SA Safran
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-8, 2015
442015
Mechanical signaling coordinates the embryonic heartbeat
KK Chiou, JW Rocks, CY Chen, S Cho, KE Merkus, A Rajaratnam, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (32), 8939-8944, 2016
342016
Cardiomyocytes from late embryos and neonates do optimal work and striate best on substrates with tissue-level elasticity: metrics and mathematics
SF Majkut, DE Discher
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 11 (8), 1219-1225, 2012
242012
Prevalence of the ermB Gene in Clostridium difficile Strains Isolated at a University Teaching Hospital from 1987 through 1998
YJ Tang-Feldman, JP Henderson, G Ackermann, SS Feldman, M Bedley, ...
Clinical infectious diseases 40 (10), 1537-1540, 2005
132005
Mechanism of coordination of the bacteriophage T4 DNA packaging motor analyzed by real-time single molecule fluorescence assay
L Dai, D Singh, R Vafabakhsh, M Mahalingam, V Kottadiel, Y Chemla, ...
Biophysical Journal 110 (3), 46a, 2016
12016
Optimal development of matrix elasticity
S Majkut, T Idema, J Swift, C Krieger, A Liu, DE Discher
Current biology: CB 23 (23), 2434, 2013
12013
Mechanosensing to Protect the Genome from DNA Damage during Development
S Cho, S Majkut, A Abbas, K Vogel, M Vashisth, J Irianto, M Tewari, A Liu, ...
Biophysical Journal 114 (3), 516a, 2018
2018
Mechano-protection by lamin-A against DNA damage as the developing heart stiffens and strengthens.
S Cho, S Majkut, A Abbas, K Vogel, M Vashisth, J Irianto, M Tewari, ...
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL 28, 2017
2017
Structural Changes in the SNARE Protein SNAP&25 by PH and Ionic Strength
KS Clawson, D Hallan, TT Harris, KJ Welker, KL Woodbury, DJ Woodbury
Biophysical Journal 110 (3), 46a, 2016
2016
Substrate Stiffness-Modulated Registry Phase Correlations in Cardiomyocytes Maps Structural Order to Coherent Beating
K Dasbiswas, SJ Majkut, DE Discher, SA Safran
Biophysical Journal 108 (2), 443a, 2015
2015
Stress activated contractile wavefronts in the mechanically-excitable embryonic heart
K Chiou, S Majkut, D Discher, T Lubensky, A Liu
APS March Meeting Abstracts 2014, F11. 004, 2014
2014
Stiffening of Embryonic Myocarium during Development Parallels Myosin and Matrix Expression and Dynamically Matches Cell Function
SF Majkut, DE Discher, J Swift
Biophysical Journal 104 (2), 156a, 2013
2013
Mechanical development and functional mechanosensitivity during early cardiogenesis
SF Majkut
2013
Tissue-specific stiffening of embryos parallels myosin and matrix expression and dynamically matches cardiomyocyte function.
SF Majkut, J Swift, D Discher
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL 23, 2012
2012
Elasticity of developing cardiac tissue
S Majkut, J Swift, C Krieger, D Discher
APS March Meeting Abstracts 2011, H40. 006, 2011
2011
Elasticity of Developing Cardiac Tissue and Influence on Early Cardiomyocyte Beating
SF Majkut, DE Discher
Biophysical Journal 100 (3), 296a, 2011
2011
Tissue-specific stiffening of embryos parallels myosin and matrix expression and dynamically matches cell function: a focus on embryonic heart.
SF Majkut, J Swift, DE Discher
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL 22, 2011
2011
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