Weber, S. C. (2017) Sequence-encoded material properties dictate the structure and function of nuclear bodies, Current Opinion in Cell Biology, 46, 62.  


Uppaluri, S., Weber, S. C., and Brangwynne, C. P. (2016) Hierarchical size scaling during multicellular growth and developmentCell Reports17, 345.


Berry, J. M.*, Weber, S. C.*, Vaidya, N., Haataja, M. and Brangwynne, C. P. (2015) RNA transcription modulates phase transition-driven nuclear body assembly, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112, E5237.  *Co-first authors.


Weber, S. C., and Brangwynne, C. P. (2015) Inverse size scaling of the nucleolus by a concentration-dependent phase transition, Current Biology, 25, 641.


Weber, S. C., and Brangwynne, C. P. (2012) Getting RNA and protein in phase, Cell149, 1188.


Weber, S. C., Thompson, M. A., Moerner, W. E., Spakowitz, A. J. and Theriot, J. A. (2012) Analytical tools to distinguish the effects of localization error, confinement and medium elasticity on the velocity autocorrelation function, Biophysical Journal, 102, 2443.


Weber, S. C., Spakowitz, A. J. and Theriot, J. A. (2012) Nonthermal ATP-dependent fluctuations contribute to the in vivo motion of chromosomal loci, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109, 7338.

 

Active diffusion: the erratic dance of chromosomal loci.


Weber, S. C., Theriot, J. A. and Spakowitz, A. J. (2010) Subdiffusive motion of a polymer composed of subdiffusive monomers, Physical Review E, 82, 011913.


Weber, S. C. and Theriot, J. A. (2010) Mu gets in the loop, Molecular Cell, 39, 1.


Weber, S. C., Spakowitz, A. J. and Theriot, J. A. (2010) Bacterial chromosomal loci move subdiffusively through a viscoelastic cytoplasm, Physical Review Letters, 104, 238102. 

 

Synopsis: Scenes from a cytoplasm