Enas Abu-Shah
Enas Abu-Shah
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Symmetry breaking in reconstituted actin cortices
EA Shah, K Keren
Elife 3, e01433, 2014
902014
Architecture of a minimal signaling pathway explains the T-cell response to a 1 million-fold variation in antigen affinity and dose
M Lever, HS Lim, P Kruger, J Nguyen, N Trendel, E Abu-Shah, PK Maini, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (43), E6630-E6638, 2016
592016
Mechanical forces and feedbacks in cell motility
EA Shah, K Keren
Current opinion in cell biology 25 (5), 550-557, 2013
442013
Actin turnover in lamellipodial fragments
DRB Aroush, N Ofer, E Abu-Shah, J Allard, O Krichevsky, A Mogilner, ...
Current Biology 27 (19), 2963-2973. e14, 2017
352017
Durable interactions of T cells with T cell receptor stimuli in the absence of a stable immunological synapse
V Mayya, E Judokusumo, EA Shah, CG Peel, W Neiswanger, D Depoil, ...
Cell reports 22 (2), 340-349, 2018
342018
Self-organized stress patterns drive state transitions in actin cortices
TH Tan, M Malik-Garbi, E Abu-Shah, J Li, A Sharma, FC MacKintosh, ...
Science advances 4 (6), eaar2847, 2018
312018
Scaling behaviour in steady-state contracting actomyosin networks
M Malik-Garbi, N Ierushalmi, S Jansen, E Abu-Shah, BL Goode, ...
Nature physics 15 (5), 509-516, 2019
242019
A dynamic CD2-rich compartment at the outer edge of the immunological synapse boosts and integrates signals
P Demetriou, E Abu-Shah, S Valvo, S McCuaig, V Mayya, A Kvalvaag, ...
Nature Immunology 21 (10), 1232-1243, 2020
132020
A tissue-like platform for studying engineered quiescent human T-cells’ interactions with dendritic cells
E Abu-Shah, P Demetriou, Š Bálint, V Mayya, MA Kutuzov, O Dushek, ...
Elife 8, e48221, 2019
112019
Centering and symmetry breaking in confined contracting actomyosin networks
N Ierushalmi, M Malik-Garbi, A Manhart, EA Shah, BL Goode, A Mogilner, ...
Elife 9, e55368, 2020
92020
CD2 expression acts as a quantitative checkpoint for immunological synapse structure and T-cell activation
P Demetriou, E Abu-Shah, S McCuaig, V Mayya, S Valvo, ...
Biorxiv, 589440, 2019
72019
On the limited recognition of inorganic surfaces by short peptides compared with antibodies
A Artzy‐Schnirman, E Abu‐Shah, M Dishon, H Soifer, Y Sivan, Y Reiter, ...
Journal of Peptide Science 20 (6), 446-450, 2014
72014
Human CD8+ T cells exhibit a shared antigen threshold for different effector responses
E Abu-Shah, N Trendel, P Kruger, J Nguyen, J Pettmann, M Kutuzov, ...
The Journal of Immunology 205 (6), 1503-1512, 2020
62020
Reconstitution of cortical actin networks within water-in-oil emulsions
EA Shah, M Malik-Garbi, K Keren
Methods in cell biology 128, 287-301, 2015
62015
Cutting edge: synapse propensity of human memory CD8 T cells confers competitive advantage over naive counterparts
V Mayya, E Judokusumo, E Abu-Shah, W Neiswanger, C Sachar, ...
The Journal of Immunology 203 (3), 601-606, 2019
52019
Architecture of a minimal signalling pathway explains the T cell response to a 1,000,000-fold variation in antigen affinity and dose
M Lever, HS Lim, P Kruger, J Nguyen, N Trendel, E Abu-Shah, PK Maini, ...
BioRxiv, 071878, 2016
52016
Differential mapping of the free barbed and pointed ends of actin filaments in cells
N Ofer, E Abu Shah, K Keren
Cytoskeleton 71 (6), 341-350, 2014
52014
The discriminatory power of the T cell receptor
J Pettmann, A Huhn, EA Shah, MA Kutuzov, DB Wilson, ML Dustin, ...
Elife 10, e67092, 2021
22021
T cells exhibit unexpectedly low discriminatory power and can respond to ultra-low affinity peptide-MHC ligands
J Pettmann, E Abu-Shah, M Kutuzov, DB Wilson, ML Dustin, SJ Davis, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
22020
Architecture of a minimal signaling pathway explains the T-cell response to a 1 million-fold variation in antigen affinity and dose (vol 113, pg E6630, 2016)
M Lever, HS Lim, P Kruger, J Nguyen, N Trendel, E Abu-Shah, PK Maini, ...
PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF …, 2017
22017
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