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    Alexandre Matov, PhD

    TitlePostdoctoral Scholar
    SchoolUCSF School of Dentistry
    DepartmentCell and Tissue Biology
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      University Medical Center UtrechtVisting FellowOrganoid Culture System
      Cornell University Post-Doc Fellow/Scholar Pharmacology & Molecular Oncology
      Scripps Research InstitutePh.D.Computational Cell Biology2009
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      National Cancer InstituteResearch Service Award
      Marine Biological Laboratory2014Karush Scholar Award
      National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences2013Novel Technology Award

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      1. Plebanek MP, Mutharasan RK, Volpert O, Matov A, Gatlin JC, Thaxton CS. Nanoparticle Targeting and Cholesterol Flux Through Scavenger Receptor Type B-1 Inhibits Cellular Exosome Uptake. Sci Rep. 2015; 5:15724. PMID: 26511855; PMCID: PMC4625174.
      2. Spanjaard E, Smal I, Angelopoulos N, Verlaan I, Matov A, Meijering E, Wessels L, Bos H, de Rooij J. . . Quantitative imaging of focal adhesion dynamics and their regulation by HGF and Rap1 signaling. Exp Cell Res. 2015; 330(2):382-97.
      3. Galletti G, Matov A, Beltran H, Fontugne J, Miguel Mosquera J, Cheung C, MacDonald TY, Sung M, O'Toole S, Kench JG, Suk Chae S, Kimovski D, Tagawa ST, Nanus DM, Rubin MA, Horvath LG, Giannakakou P, Rickman DS. ERG induces taxane resistance in castration-resistant prostate cancer. Nat Commun. 2014; 5:5548. PMID: 25420520; PMCID: PMC4244604.
      4. Harkcom WT, Ghosh AK, Sung MS, Matov A, Brown KD, Giannakakou P, Jaffrey SR. NAD+ and SIRT3 control microtubule dynamics and reduce susceptibility to antimicrotubule agents. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2014 Jun 17; 111(24):E2443-52. PMID: 24889606; PMCID: PMC4066477.
      5. Thadani-Mulero M, Portella L, Sun S, Sung M, Matov A, Vessella RL, Corey E, Nanus DM, Plymate SR, Giannakakou P. Androgen receptor splice variants determine taxane sensitivity in prostate cancer. Cancer Res. 2014 Apr 15; 74(8):2270-82. PMID: 24556717; PMCID: PMC4012562.
      6. Applegate KT, Besson S, Matov A, Bagonis MH, Jaqaman K, Danuser G. plusTipTracker: Quantitative image analysis software for the measurement of microtubule dynamics. J Struct Biol. 2011 Nov; 176(2):168-84. PMID: 21821130; PMCID: PMC3298692.
      7. Matov A, Edvall MM, Yang G, Danuser G. Optimal-Flow Minimum-Cost Correspondence Assignment in Particle Flow Tracking. Comput Vis Image Underst. 2011 Apr; 115(4):531-540. PMID: 21720496.
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      8. Thoma CR, Matov A, Gutbrodt KL, Hoerner CR, Smole Z, Krek W, Danuser G. Quantitative image analysis identifies pVHL as a key regulator of microtubule dynamic instability. J Cell Biol. 2010 Sep 20; 190(6):991-1003. PMID: 20855504; PMCID: PMC3101603.
      9. Matov A, Applegate K, Kumar P, Thoma C, Krek W, Danuser G, Wittmann T. Analysis of microtubule dynamic instability using a plus-end growth marker. Nat Methods. 2010 Sep; 7(9):761-8. PMID: 20729842; PMCID: PMC3032800.
      10. Gatlin JC, Matov A, Danuser G, Mitchison TJ, Salmon ED. Directly probing the mechanical properties of the spindle and its matrix. J Cell Biol. 2010 Feb 22; 188(4):481-9. PMID: 20176922; PMCID: PMC2828919.
      11. Houghtaling BR, Yang G, Matov A, Danuser G, Kapoor TM. Op18 reveals the contribution of nonkinetochore microtubules to the dynamic organization of the vertebrate meiotic spindle. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009 Sep 8; 106(36):15338-43. PMID: 19706424; PMCID: PMC2741252.
      12. Kumar P, Lyle KS, Gierke S, Matov A, Danuser G, Wittmann T. GSK3beta phosphorylation modulates CLASP-microtubule association and lamella microtubule attachment. J Cell Biol. 2009 Mar 23; 184(6):895-908. PMID: 19289791; PMCID: PMC2699158.
      13. Gatlin JC, Matov A, Groen AC, Needleman DJ, Maresca TJ, Danuser G, Mitchison TJ, Salmon ED. Spindle fusion requires dynein-mediated sliding of oppositely oriented microtubules. Curr Biol. 2009 Feb 24; 19(4):287-96. PMID: 19230671; PMCID: PMC2709244.
      14. Ponti A, Matov A, Adams M, Gupton S, Waterman-Storer CM, Danuser G. Periodic patterns of actin turnover in lamellipodia and lamellae of migrating epithelial cells analyzed by quantitative Fluorescent Speckle Microscopy. Biophys J. 2005 Nov; 89(5):3456-69. PMID: 16100274; PMCID: PMC1366841.
      15. Yang G, Matov A, Danuser G . . Reliable tracking of large scale dense antiparallel particle motion for fluorescence live cell imaging (conference paper accepted based on double-blind full paper reviews). Proc IEEE Conf Comput Vis Pattern Recognit. 2005; Jun 20; pp:138-146 .
      16. Adams MC, Matov A, Yarar D, Gupton SL, Danuser G, Waterman-Storer CM. Signal analysis of total internal reflection fluorescent speckle microscopy (TIR-FSM) and wide-field epi-fluorescence FSM of the actin cytoskeleton and focal adhesions in living cells. J Microsc. 2004 Nov; 216(Pt 2):138-52. PMID: 15516225.
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      17. Matov A. . Measurements and modeling of power line channel at high frequencies (conference paper accepted based on double-blind full paper reviews). Proc IASTED Int Conf Adv Commun. 2001; Jul 3; pp:118-123.
      18. Matov A. . A planning tool for high bit rate transmission over power line communication channel (conference paper accepted based on long abstract reviews). Proc IEEE Int Symp Power Line Commun and its Applic. 2001; Apr 4; pp:15-20.
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