David Altman

Assistant Professor
Willamette University Physics Department

Collins Science Center 312
Willamette University
900 State Street
Salem, OR 97301
daltman (at) willamette.edu

Altman, D., D. Goswami, T. Hasson, J.A. Spudich, and S. Mayor, Precise positioning of myosin VI on endocytic vesicles. PLoS Biology, 2007. 5(8): e210. (pdf file)

Bryant, Z., D. Altman, J.A. Spudich, The power stroke of myosin VI and the basis of reverse directionailty . Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 2007. 104, 722-777. (pdf file)

Altman, D., and J.A. Spudich, Single-molecule optical trap studies and the myosin family of motors, in Nanoscale Technology in Biological Systems , R.S. Greco, F.B. Prinz, and R.L. Smith, Editors. 2005, CRC Press: Boca Raton. p. 175-212.

Hostetter, D., S. Rice, S. Dean, D. Altman, P.M. McMahon, S. Sutton, A. Tripathy, and J.A. Spudich, Dictyostelium myosin bipolar thick filament formation: importance of charge and specific domains of the myosin rod. PLoS Biology, 2004. 2(11): p. e356.

Altman, D., H.L. Sweeney, and J.A. Spudich, The mechanism of myosin VI translocation and its load induced anchoring. Cell, 2004. 116: 737-49. (pdf file)

Dufresne, E.R., D. Altman, and D.G. Grier, Brownian dynamics of a sphere between parallel walls. Europhys Lett, 2001. 53: 264-270. (pdf file)