71. Chandrasekaran R, Kenworthy AK, Lacy DB. Clostridium difficile Toxin A undergoes clathrin-independent, PACSIN2-dependent endocytosis. PLoS Pathog. 2016 Dec 12;12(12):e1006070. PMID: 27942025

70. Tiwari A, Copeland CA, Han B, Hanson CA, Raghunathan K, Kenworthy AK. Caveolin-1 is an aggresome-inducing protein. Sci Rep. 2016 Dec 8;6:38681. PMID: 27929047

69. Raghunathan K, Wong TH, Chinnapen DJ, Lencer WI, Jobling MG, Kenworthy AK. Glycolipid crosslinking is required for cholera toxin to partition into and stabilize ordered domains. Biophys J. 2016 PMID: 27914621

68. Klaus CJ, Raghunathan K, DiBenedetto E, Kenworthy AK. Analysis of diffusion in curved surfaces and its application to tubular membranes.Mol Biol Cell. 2016 Oct 12. pii: mbc.E16-06-0445. PMID: 27733625

67. Han B, Copeland CA, Kawano Y, Rosenzweig EB, Austin ED, Shahmirzadi L, Tang S, Raghunathan K, Chung WK, Kenworthy AK. Characterization of a caveolin-1 mutation associated with both PAH and congenital generalized lipodystrophy.Traffic. 2016 Sep 26. doi: 10.1111/tra.12452. PMID: 27717241

66. Cui Y, Kenworthy AK, Edidin M, Divan R, Rosenmann D, Wang P. Analyzing single giant unilamellar vesicles with a slotline-based RF nanometer sensor. IEEE Trans Microw Theory Tech. 2016 Apr;64(4):1339-1347. PMID: 27713585

65. Han B, Copeland CA, Tiwari A, Kenworthy AK. Assembly and turnover of caveolae: what do we really know?  Front Cell Dev Biol. 2016 Jun 27;4:68.

64. Kraft LJ, Dowler J, Manral P, Kenworthy AK. Size, organization, and dynamics of soluble SQSTM1 and LC3-SQSTM1 complexes in living cells. Autophagy. 2016 Sep;12(9):1660-74. PMID: 27442348

63. Schlebach JP, Barrett PJ, Day CA, Kim JH, Kenworthy AK, Sanders CR Topologically Diverse Human Membrane Proteins Partition to Liquid-Disordered Domains in Phase-Separated Lipid Vesicles.  Biochemistry. 2016 Feb 11. PMID: 26859249

62. Kraft LJ, Manral P, Dowler J, Kenworthy AK. Nuclear LC3 associates with slowly diffusing complexes that survey the nucleolus. Traffic. 2016 Jan 5 PMID: 26728248


61.  Kang M, Andreani M, Kenworthy AK.Validation of Normalizations, Scaling, and photofading Corrections for FRAP Data Analysis. PLoS One. 2015 May 27;10(5):e0127966.

60.  Kenworthy AK. Lipid Domains. Curr Top Membr. 2015;75:xiii-xvii.

59.  Day CA, Baetz NW, Copeland CA, Kraft LJ, Han B, Tiwari A, Drake KR, De Luca H, Chinnapen DJ, Davidson MW, Holmes RK, Jobling MG, Schroer TA, Lencer WI, Kenworthy AK.  Microtubule motors power plasma membrane tubulation in clathrin-independent endocytosis. Traffic. 2015 Feb 18. PMID: 25690058

58. Day CA, Kenworthy AK. Functions of cholera toxin B-subunit as a raft cross-linker. Essays Biochem. 2015;57:135-45. doi: 10.1042/bse0570135.PMID: 25658350

57. Han B, Tiwari A, Kenworthy AK.   Tagging strategies strongly affect the fate of overexpressed caveolin-1. Traffic. 2015 Apr;16(4):417-38. PMID: 25639341

56.  Renard HF, Simunovic M, Lemière J, Boucrot E, Garcia-Castillo MD, Arumugam S, Chambon V, Lamaze C, Wunder C, Kenworthy AK, Schmidt AA, McMahon HT, Sykes C, Bassereau P, Johannes L. Endophilin-A2 functions in membrane scission in clathrin-independent endocytosis. Nature 2015  517, 493–496

55. Prewitt AR, Ghose S, Frump AL, Datta A, Austin ED, Kenworthy AK, de Caestecker MP. Heterozygous Null Bone Morphogenetic Protein Receptor Type 2 Mutations Promote SRC Kinase-dependent Caveolar Trafficking Defects and Endothelial Dysfunction in Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension. J Biol Chem. 2015 Jan 9;290(2):960-71.


54. Kraft LJ, Nguyen TA, Vogel SS, Kenworthy AK. Size, stoichiometry, and organization of soluble LC3-associated complexes. Autophagy. 2014 May;10(5):861-77.

53.  Mazerik JN, Kraft LJ, Kenworthy AK, Tyska MJ. Motor and tail homology 1 (Th1) domains antagonistically control myosin-1 dynamics. Biophys J. 2014 Feb 4;106(3):649-58

52.  Song Y, Kenworthy AK, Sanders CR. Cholesterol as a co-solvent and a ligand for membrane proteins. Protein Sci. 2014 Jan;23(1):1-22.


51.  Hanson CA, Drake KR, Baird MA, Han B, Kraft LJ, Davidson MW, Kenworthy AK. Overexpression of caveolin-1 is sufficient to phenocopy the behavior of a disease-associated mutant. Traffic. 2013 PMID: 23469926


50.  Day CA, Kraft LJ, Kang M, Kenworthy AK. Analysis of Protein and Lipid Dynamics Using Confocal Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleaching (FRAP). Curr Protoc Cytom. Chapter 2:Unit2.19, 2012 PMID: 23042527

49.  Kang M, Day CA, Kenworthy AK, Dibenedetto E. Simplified equation to extract diffusion coefficients from confocal FRAP data. Traffic. 2012. PMID: 22984916

48.  Chinnapen DJ, Hsieh WT, Te Welscher YM, Saslowsky DE, Kaoutzani L, Brandsma E, D’Auria L, Park H, Wagner JS, Drake KR, Kang M, Benjamin T, Ullman MD, Costello CE, Kenworthy AK, Baumgart T, Massol RH, Lencer WI. Lipid Sorting by Ceramide Structure from Plasma Membrane to ER for the Cholera Toxin Receptor Ganglioside GM1. Dev Cell, 11;23(3):573-86, 2012 PMID:22975326

47.  Day, CA, Kenworthy, AK. Mechanisms underlying the confined diffusion of cholera toxin B-subunit in intact cell membranes. PLoS One, 7(4), e34923, 2012 PMCID:3325267

46.  Kraft, LJ, Kenworthy, AK. Imaging protein complex formation in the autophagy pathway: analysis of the interaction of LC3 and Atg4BC74A in live cells using Fo¨rster resonance energy transfer and fluorescence recovery after photobleaching. J Biomed Opt, 17(1), 011008, 2012 PMCID:3325267

45.  Lapierre, LA, Ducharme, NA, Drake, KR, Goldenring, JR, Kenworthy, AK. Coordinated regulation of caveolin-1 and Rab11a in apical recycling compartments of polarized epithelial cells. Exp Cell Res, 318(2), 103-13, 2012 PMCID:3325267


44.  Cha B, Zhu XC, Chen W, Jones M, Ryoo S, Zachos NC, Chen TE, Lin R, Sarker R, Kenworthy AK, Tse M, Kovbasnjuk O, Donowitz M. NHE3 mobility in brush borders increases upon NHERF2-dependent stimulation by lyophosphatidic acid. J Cell Sci, 123, 2434-43, 2010

43.  Drake, KR, Kang, M, Kenworthy, AK. Nucleocytoplasmic distribution and dynamics of the autophagosome marker EGFP-LC3. PLoS One, 5(3), e9806, 2010

42.  Kang, M, Day, CA, DiBenedetto, E, Kenworthy, AK. A quantitative approach to analyze binding diffusion kinetics by confocal FRAP. Biophys J, 99(9), 2737-47, 2010


41.  Day, CA, Kenworthy, AK. Tracking microdomain dynamics in cell membranes. Biochim Biophys Acta, 1788(1), 245-53, 2009

40.  Kang, M, Day, CA, Drake, K, Kenworthy, AK, DiBenedetto, E. A generalization of theory for two-dimensional fluorescence recovery after photobleaching applicable to confocal laser scanning microscopes. Biophys J, 97(5), 1501-11, 2009

39.  Kiskowski MA, Hancock JF, Kenworthy AK. On the use of Ripley’s K-function and its derivatives to analyze domain size. Biophys J, 97, 1095-103, 2009


38.  Kang, M, Kenworthy, AK. A closed-form analytic expression for FRAP formula for the binding diffusion model. Biophys J, 95(2), L13-5, 2008 PMCID:2440465

37.  Kenworthy, AK. Have we become overly reliant on lipid rafts? Talking Point on the involvement of lipid rafts in T-cell activation. EMBO Rep, 9(6), 531-5, 2008 PMCID:2427377

36.  Korade, Z, Kenworthy, AK. Lipid rafts, cholesterol, and the brain. Neuropharmacology, , , 2008 PMCID:2638588

35.  Korade, Z, Kenworthy, AK, Mirnics, K. Molecular consequences of altered neuronal cholesterol biosynthesis. J Neurosci Res, 87(4), 866-875, 2008

34.  Wolf, AA, Jobling, MG, Saslowsky, DE, Kern, E, Drake, KR, Kenworthy, AK, Holmes, RK, Lencer, WI. Attenuated endocytosis and toxicity of a mutant cholera toxin with decreased ability to cluster ganglioside GM1 molecules. Infect Immun, 76(4), 1476-84, 2008 PMCID:2292862


33.  Kenworthy, AK. Nanoclusters digitize Ras signalling. Nat Cell Biol, 9(8), 875-7, 2007

32.  Kenworthy, AK. Breaking up isn”t so hard to do. Biophys J, 93(9), 2984-5, 2007 PMCID:2025653

31.  Kenworthy, AK. Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching studies of lipid rafts. Methods Mol Biol, 398, 179-92, 2007

30.  Kiskowski, MA, Kenworthy, AK. In silico characterization of resonance energy transfer for disk-shaped membrane domains. Biophys J, 92(9), 3040-51, 2007 PMCID:1852346

29.  Roland, JT, Kenworthy, AK, Peranen, J, Caplan, S, Goldenring, JR. Myosin Vb interacts with Rab8a on a tubular network containing EHD1 and EHD3. Mol Biol Cell, 18(8), 2828-37, 2007 PMCID:1949367


28.  Bush, WS, Ihrke, G, Robinson, JM, Kenworthy, AK. Antibody-specific detection of caveolin-1 in subapical compartments of MDCK cells. Histochem Cell Biol, 126(1), 27-34, 2006

27.  Hinow, P, Rogers, CE, Barbieri, CE, Pietenpol, JA, Kenworthy, AK, Dibenedetto, E. The DNA binding activity of p53 displays reaction-diffusion kinetics. Biophys J, 2006 PMCID:1479054

26.  Kenworthy, AK. Fluorescence-based methods to image palmitoylated proteins. Methods, 40(2), 198-205, 2006


25. Goodwin, JS, Drake, KR, Remmert, CL, Kenworthy, AK. Ras diffusion is sensitive to plasma membrane viscosity. Biophys J, 89, 1398-1410, 2005 PMCID:1366624

24.  Goodwin, JS, Drake, KR, Rogers, C, Wright, L, Lippincott-Schwartz, J, Philips, MR, Kenworthy, AK. Depalmitoylated Ras traffics to and from the Golgi complex via a nonvesicular pathway. J Cell Biol, 170(2), 261-72, 2005 PMCID:2171405

23.  Goodwin, JS, Kenworthy, AK. Photobleaching approaches to investigate diffusional mobility and trafficking of Ras in living cells. Methods, 37(2), 154-64, 2005

22.  Hess, S.T., Kumar, M., Verma, A., Farrington, J., Kenworthy, A., and Zimmerberg, J.. Quantitative electron microscopy and fluorescence spectroscopy of the membrane distribution of influenza hemagglutinin. J. Cell Biol., 169, 965-976, 2005

21.  Kenworthy, AK. Where do we go from here? Meeting Report on the Biophysical Society Discussion on ‘Probing Membrane Microdomains’, October 28-31, 2004, Asilomar, CA, USA. Traffic, 6(6), 518-23, 2005

20.  Kenworthy, AK. Fleeting glimpses of lipid rafts: how biophysics is being used to track them. J Investig Med, 53(6), 312-7, 2005


19.  Cha, B, Kenworthy, AK, Murtazina, R, Donowitz, M. The lateral mobility of NHE3 on the apical membrane of renal epithelial OK cells is limited by the PDZ domain proteins NHERF1/2, but is dependent on an intact actin cytoskeleton as determined by FRAP. J Cell Sci, 117(Pt 15), 3353-65, 2004

18.  Kenworthy, AK, Nichols, BJ, Remmert, CL, Hendrix, GM, Kumar, M, Zimmerberg, J, Lippincott-Schwartz, J. Dynamics of putative raft-associated proteins at the cell surface. J Cell Biol, 165(5), 735-46, 2004 PMCID:2172371


17.  Kenworthy, Anne. Peering inside lipid rafts and caveolae. Trends Biochem Sci, 27(9), 435-7, 2002


16.  Kenworthy, A K. Imaging protein-protein interactions using fluorescence resonance energy transfer microscopy. Methods, 24(3), 289-96, 2001

15.  Lippincott-Schwartz, J, Snapp, E, Kenworthy, A. Studying protein dynamics in living cells. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol, 2(6), 444-56, 2001

14.  Nichols, B J, Kenworthy, A K, Polishchuk, R S, Lodge, R, Roberts, T H, Hirschberg, K, Phair, R D, Lippincott-Schwartz, J. Rapid cycling of lipid raft markers between the cell surface and Golgi complex. J Cell Biol, 153(3), 529-41, 2001 PMCID:2190578


13.  Kenworthy, A K, Petranova, N, Edidin, M. High-resolution FRET microscopy of cholera toxin B-subunit and GPI-anchored proteins in cell plasma membranes. Mol Biol Cell, 11(5), 1645-55, 2000 PMCID:14873

12.  Nehls, S, Snapp, E L, Cole, N B, Zaal, K J, Kenworthy, A K, Roberts, T H, Ellenberg, J, Presley, J F, Siggia, E, Lippincott-Schwartz, J. Dynamics and retention of misfolded proteins in native ER membranes. Nat Cell Biol, 2(5), 288-95, 2000


11.  Kenworthy, A K, Edidin, M. Imaging fluorescence resonance energy transfer as probe of membrane organization and molecular associations of GPI-anchored proteins. Methods Mol Biol, 116, 37-49, 1999


10.  Kenworthy, A K, Edidin, M. Distribution of a glycosylphosphatidylinositol-anchored protein at the apical surface of MDCK cells examined at a resolution of <100 A using imaging fluorescence resonance energy transfer. J Cell Biol, 142(1), 69-84, 1998 PMCID:2133040


9.  Kenworthy, A. K., McIntosh, T. J. and Hristova, K. Phase behavior and intersurface forces of self assembling polymer-lipid systems. Current Topics in Colloid and Interface Science, 2, 83-93, 1997


8.  Hristova, K., Kenworthy, A. K., and McIntosh, T. J. Effect of bilayer composition on the phase behavior of liposomal suspensions containing PEG-lipids. Macromolecules, 28, 7693 7699, 1995

7.  Kenworthy, A K, Hristova, K, Needham, D, McIntosh, T J. Range and magnitude of the steric pressure between bilayers containing phospholipids with covalently attached poly(ethylene glycol). Biophys J, 68(5), 1921-36, 1995 PMCID:1282095

6.  Kenworthy, A K, Simon, S A, McIntosh, T J. Structure and phase behavior of lipid suspensions containing phospholipids with covalently attached poly(ethylene glycol). Biophys J, 68(5), 1903-20, 1995 PMCID:1282094

5.  McIntosh, T. J., Kenworthy, A. K., and Needham, D. Measurements of the range and magnitude of the repulsive pressure between PEG-coated liposomes. Stealth Liposomes. D.D. Lasic and F. Martin (Eds.) CRC Press, Boca Raton, , 63-71, 1995


4.  Kenworthy, A K, Magid, A D, Oliver, T N, McIntosh, T J. Colloid osmotic pressure of steer alpha- and beta-crystallins: possible functional roles for lens crystallin distribution and structural diversity. Exp Eye Res, 59(1), 11-30, 1994


3.  Koenig, S H, Brown, R D, Kenworthy, A K, Magid, A D, Ugolini, R. Intermolecular protein interactions in solutions of bovine lens beta L-crystallin. Results from 1/T1 nuclear magnetic relaxation dispersion profiles. Biophys J, 64(4), 1178-86, 1993 PMCID:1262435


2.  Magid, A D, Kenworthy, A K, McIntosh, T J. Colloid osmotic pressure of steer crystallins: implications for the origin of the refractive index gradient and transparency of the lens. Exp Eye Res, 55(4), 615-27, 1992


1.  Simon, S A, Fink, C A, Kenworthy, A K, McIntosh, T J. The hydration pressure between lipid bilayers. Comparison of measurements using x-ray diffraction and calorimetry. Biophys J, 59(3), 538-46, 1991 PMCID:1281219

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