Karen Beningo
Karen Beningo
Associate Professor of Biological Science, Wayne State University
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Nascent focal adhesions are responsible for the generation of strong propulsive forces in migrating fibroblasts
KA Beningo, M Dembo, I Kaverina, JV Small, Y Wang
The Journal of cell biology 153 (4), 881-888, 2001
Fc-receptor-mediated phagocytosis is regulated by mechanical properties of the target
KA Beningo, Y Wang
Journal of cell science 115 (4), 849-856, 2002
A contractile activity that closes phagosomes in macrophages
JA Swanson, MT Johnson, K Beningo, P Post, M Mooseker, N Araki
Journal of cell science 112 (3), 307-316, 1999
Responses of fibroblasts to anchorage of dorsal extracellular matrix receptors
KA Beningo, M Dembo, Y Wang
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (52), 18024-18029, 2004
Flexible substrata for the detection of cellular traction forces
KA Beningo, YL Wang
Trends in cell biology 12 (2), 79-84, 2002
Polyacrylamide hydrogels for cell mechanics: steps toward optimization and alternative uses
CE Kandow, PC Georges, PA Janmey, KA Beningo
Methods in cell biology 83, 29-46, 2007
Tumor localization and photosensitization by sulfonated derivatives of tetraphenylporphine
D Kessel, P Thompson, K Saatio, KD Nantwi
Photochemistry and photobiology 45, 787-790, 1987
Flexible polyacrylamide substrata for the analysis of mechanical interactions at cell-substratum adhesions
KA Beningo, CM Lo, YL Wang
Academic Press 69, 325-339, 2002
Traction forces of fibroblasts are regulated by the Rho-dependent kinase but not by the myosin light chain kinase
KA Beningo, K Hamao, M Dembo, Y Wang, H Hosoya
Archives of biochemistry and biophysics 456 (2), 224-231, 2006
Tensile stress stimulates microtubule outgrowth in living cells
I Kaverina, O Krylyshkina, K Beningo, K Anderson, YL Wang, JV Small
Journal of cell science 115 (11), 2283-2291, 2002
Integrins, CAFs and mechanical forces in the progression of cancer
I Jang, KA Beningo
Cancers 11 (5), 721, 2019
Cancer cell invasion is enhanced by applied mechanical stimulation
S Menon, KA Beningo
PloS one 6 (2), e17277, 2011
A permanent human cell line (EA. hy926) preserves the characteristics of endothelin converting enzyme from primary human umbilical vein endothelial cells
K Ahn, S Pan, K Beningo, D Hupe
Life sciences 56 (26), 2331-2341, 1995
An in vitro correlation of mechanical forces and metastatic capacity
I Indra, V Undyala, C Kandow, U Thirumurthi, M Dembo, KA Beningo
Physical biology 8 (1), 015015, 2011
The yeast kinesin-related protein Smy1p exerts its effects on the class V myosin Myo2p via a physical interaction
KA Beningo, SH Lillie, SS Brown
Molecular biology of the cell 11 (2), 691-702, 2000
Enforced polarisation and locomotion of fibroblasts lacking microtubules
I Kaverina, O Krylyshkina, M Gimona, K Beningo, YL Wang, JV Small
Current Biology 10 (12), 739-742, 2000
The endothelin-converting enzyme from human umbilical vein is a membrane-bound metalloprotease similar to that from bovine aortic endothelial cells.
K Ahn, K Beningo, G Olds, D Hupe
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 89 (18), 8606-8610, 1992
Mechanoreception at the cell membrane: More than the integrins
AN Gasparski, KA Beningo
Archives of biochemistry and biophysics 586, 20-26, 2015
The calpain small subunit regulates cell-substrate mechanical interactions during fibroblast migration
VV Undyala, M Dembo, K Cembrola, BJ Perrin, A Huttenlocher, JS Elce, ...
Journal of cell science 121 (21), 3581-3588, 2008
Transient mechanical strain promotes the maturation of invadopodia and enhances cancer cell invasion in vitro
AN Gasparski, S Ozarkar, KA Beningo
Journal of cell science 130 (11), 1965-1978, 2017
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