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[1978a] Taylor, D.L. and Wang, Y.-L. Molecular cytochemistry: incorporation of fluorescently labeled actin into living cells. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 75:857-861.

[1979a] Wang, Y.-L. and Taylor, D.L. Distribution of fluorescently labeled actin in living sea urchin eggs during early development. J. Cell Biol. 81:672-679.

[1980a] Wang, Y.-L. and Taylor, D.L. Preparation and characterization of a new molecular cytochemical probe: 5-iodoacetamidofluorescein-labeled actin. J. Histochem. Cytochem. 28:1198-1206.

[1980b] Taylor, D.L. and Wang, Y.-L. Fluorescently labeled molecules as probes of the structure and function of living cells. Nature 284:405-410.

[1981a] Wang, Y.-L. and Taylor, D.L. Probing the dynamic equilibrium of actin polymerization by fluorescence energy transfer. Cell 27:429-436.

[1981b] Wang, Y.-L. and Taylor, D.L. Exchange of 1,N6-etheno-ATP with actin-bound nucleotides as a tool for following the steady-state exchange of subunits in F-actin solutions. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 78:5503-5507.

[1982a] Wang, Y.-L., Lanni, F., McNeil, P.L., Ware, B.R. and Taylor, D.L. Mobility of cytoplasmic and membrane associated actin in living cells. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 79:4660-4664.

[1982b] Wang, Y.-L., Heiple, J.M. and Taylor, D.L. Fluorescent analog cytochemistry of contractile proteins. Methods Cell Biol. 24:1-11.

[1983a] Wang, Y.-L., Bonder, E.M., Mooseker, M.S. and Taylor, D.L. Effects of the intestinal microvillar 95k-dalton protein (villin) on the polymerization and subunit exchange of actin. Cell Motility 3:151-165.

[1984a] Wang, Y.-L.Reorganization of actin filament bundles in living fibroblasts. J. Cell Biol. 99:1478-1485.

[1985a] McKenna, N.M., Meigs, J.B. and Wang, Y.-L. Identical distribution of fluorescently labeled brain and muscle actins in living cardiac fibroblasts and myocytes. J. Cell Biol. 100:292-296.

[1985b] Wang, Y.-L. Exchange of actin subunits at the leading edge of living fibroblasts: possible roles in treadmilling. J. Cell Biol. 101:597-602.

[1985c] McKenna, N.M., Meigs, J.B. and Wang, Y.-L. Exchangeability of alpha-actinin in living cardiac myocytes and fibroblasts. J. Cell Biol. 101:2223-2232.

[1986a] Meigs, J.B. and Wang, Y.-L. Reorganization of alpha-actinin and vinculin induced by a phorbol ester in living cells. J. Cell Biol. 102:1430-1438.

[1986b] Wang, Y.-L. Reorganization of alpha-actinin and vinculin in living cells following ATP depletion and replenishment. Exp. Cell Res. 167:16-28.

[1986c] McKenna, N.M. and Wang, Y.-L. Possible translocation of alpha-actinin and actin along stress fibers. Exp. Cell Res. 167:95-105.

[1986d] McKenna, N.M. Johnson, C.S. and Wang, Y.-L. Formation and alignment of Z-lines in living chick myotubes microinjected with rhodamine-labeled alpha-actinin. J. Cell Biol. 103:2163-2171.

[1987a] Stickel, S.K. and Wang, Y.-L. Alpha-actinin containing aggregates in transformed cells are dynamic structures. J. Cell Biol. 104:1521-1526.

[1987b] Wang, Y.-L. and Goren, M.B. Differential and sequential delivery of fluorescent lysosomal probes into phagosomes in mouse peritoneal macrophages. J. Cell Biol. 104:1749-1754.

[1987c] Wang, Y.-L. Mobility of filamentous actin in living cytoplasm. J. Cell Biol. 105:2811-2816.

[1988a] Stickel, S.K. and Wang, Y.-L. Synthetic peptide GRGDS induces dissociation of alpha-actinin and vinculin from the sites of focal contacts. J. Cell Biol. 107:1231-1239.

[1988b] Johnson, C.S., McKenna, N.M. and Wang, Y.-L.Association of microinjected myosin and its subfragments with myofibrils in living muscle cells. J. Cell Biol. 107:2213-2221.

[1988c] McKenna, N.M., Johnson, C.S., Konkel, M.E. and Wang, Y.-L. Organization of myosin in living muscle and non-muscle cells. in Cellular and Molecular Biology of Muscle Development, (L. Kedes and F. Stockdale, eds.) Alan R. Liss, New York, pp.237-246.

[1989a] McKenna, N.M., Wang, Y.-L. and Konkel M.E. Formation and movement of myosin-containing structures in living fibroblasts. J. Cell Biol. 109:1163-1172.

[1989b] Wang, Y.-L. Fluorescent analogue cytochemistry: tracing functional protein components in living cells. Methods Cell Biol. 29:1-12.

[1989c] McKenna, N.M. and Wang, Y.-L. Culturing cells on the microscope stage. Methods Cell Biol. 29:195-205.

[1990a] Sanders, M.C. and Wang, Y.-L. Exogenous nucleation sites fail to induce detectable polymerization of actin in living NRK cells. J. Cell Biol. 110:359-365.

[1990b] Cao, L.-G. and Wang, Y.-L. Mechanism of the formation of contractile ring in dividing cultured animal cells. I. Recruitment of preexisting actin filaments into the cleavage furrow. J. Cell Biol. 110:1089-1095.

[1990c] Cao, L.-G. and Wang, Y.-L. Mechanism of the formation of contractile ring in dividing cultured animal cells. II. Cortical movement of actin filaments into the cleavage furrow. J. Cell Biol. 111:1905-1911.

[1990d] Wang, Y.-L. Analysis of structural dynamics in living cells with fluorescence video microscopy. in Optical Microscopy for Biology, (B. Herman and K. Jacobson, eds), Wiley-Liss, New York, pp.449-458.

[1990e] Wang, Y.-L. and Sanders, M.C.Analysis of cytoskeletal structures by the microinjection of fluorescent probes. in Non-invasive Techniques in Cell Biology (S. Grinstein and J.K. Foskett, eds), Wiley-Liss, New York, pp.177-212.

[1991a] Fishkind, D.J., Cao, L.-G. and Wang, Y.-L. Microinjection of the catalytic fragement of myosin light chain kinase into dividing cells: Effects on mitosis and cytokinesis. J. Cell Biol. 114:967-975.

[1991b] Wang, J., Cao, L.-G., Wang, Y.-L. and Pederson, T. Localization of pre-messenger RNA at discrete nuclear sites. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 88:7391-7395.

[1991c] Sanders, M.C. and Wang, Y.-L. Assembly of actin cortex occurs at distal ends of growing neurites. J. Cell Sci., 100:771-780.

[1991d] Wang, Y.-L. Preparation and characterization of tetramethylrhodamine-labeled myosin. Methods Enzymol. 196:497-505.

[1991e] Wang, Y.-L. Dynamics of the cytoskeleton in live cells. Curr. Opinion Cell Biol. 3:27-32.

[1992a] Cao, L.-G., Babcock, G.G., Rubenstein, P.A. and Wang, Y.-L. Effects of profilin and profilactin on actin structure and function in living cells. J. Cell Biol. 117:1023-1029.

[1992b] Sanders, M.C., Goldstein, A.L. and Wang, Y.-L. Thymosin b4 is a potent regulator of actin polymerization in living cells. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 89:4678-4682.

[1992c] Wang, Y.-L. Fluorescence microscopic analysis of cytoskeletal organization and dynamics. in Cytoskeleton: A Practical Approach (K. L. Carraway and C.A.C. Carraway, eds), Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp.1-22.

[1993a] Cao, L.-G., Fishkind, D.J. and Wang, Y.-L.Localization and dynamics of nonfilamentous actin in cultured cells. J. Cell Biol. 123:173-181.

[1993b] Fishkind, D.J. and Wang, Y.-L. Orientation and three-dimensional organization of actin filaments in dividing cultured cells. J. Cell Biol. 123:837-848.

[1994a] Wang, Y.-L., Silverman, J.D. and Cao, L.-G. Single particle tracking of surface receptor movement during cell division. J. Cell Biol. 127:963-971.

[1994b] Wang, Y.-L. Microinjection of proteins into somatic cells. in Handbook of Cell Biology (J.E. Celis, ed.), Academic Press, San Diego, pp.16-21.

[1995a] Jacobson, M.R., Cao, L.-G., Wang, Y.-L. and Pederson, T. Dynamic localization of Rnase MRP RNA in the nucleolus observed by fluorescent RNA cytochemistry in living cells. J. Cell Biol. 131:1649-1658.

[1995b] Fishkind, D.J. and Wang, Y.-L. New Horizons for Cytokinesis. Curr. Opinion Cell Biol. 7:23-31.

[1996a] Cao, L.-G. and Wang, Y.-L. Signals from the spindle midzone are required for the stimulation of cytokinesis in cultured epithelial cells. Mol. Biol. Cell 7:225-232.

[1996b] Pelham, R.J. Jr., Lin, J.J.-C. and Wang, Y.-L. A high-molecular mass non-muscle tropomyosin isoform stimulates retrograde organelle transport. J. Cell Sci. 109:981-989.

[1996c] Tarachandani, A. and Wang, Y.-L. Site-directed mutagenesis enabled preparation of a functional fluorescent analog of profilin: biochemical characterization and localization in living cells. Cell Motil. Cytoskeleton 34:313-323.

[1996d] Fishkind, D.J., Silverman, J.D. and Wang, Y.-L. Function of spindle microtubules in directing cortical movement and actin filament organization in dividing cultured cells. J. Cell Sci. 109:2041-2051.

[1996e] Anderson, K.I., Wang, Y.-L. and Small, J.V. Coordination of protrusion and translocation of the keratocyte involves rolling of the cell body. J. Cell Biol. 134:1209-1218.

[1996f] Wheatley, S.P. and Wang, Y.-L. Midzone microtubule bundles are continuously required for cytokinesis in cultured epithelial cells. J. Cell Biol. 135:981-989.

[1997a] Jacobson, M.R., Cao, L.-G., Taneja, K., Singer, R.H., Wang, Y.-L. and Pederson, T. RNase P: Nucleolar association of the RNA subunit. J. Cell Sci. 110:829-837.

[1997b] Wheatley, S.P., Hinchcliffe, E.H., Glotzer, M., Hyman, A., Sluder, G. and Wang, Y.-L. CDK1 inactivation regulates anaphase spindle dynamics and cytokinesis in vivo. J. Cell Biol. 138:385-393.

[1997c] Jacobson, M.R., Pederson, T. and Wang, Y.-L. Conjugation of fluorescent probes to proteins and nucleic acids. in Handbook of Cell Biology, Vol. IV (J.E. Celis, ed.), Academic Press, San Diego, pp.5-10.

[1997d] Pelham, R.J. Jr. and Wang, Y.-L. Cell locomotion and focal adhesions are regulated by substrate flexibility. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 94:13661-13665.

[1998a] Wang, Y.-L. Digital deconvolution of fluorescence images for biologists. Methods Cell Biol. 56:305-315.

[1998b] Wheatley, S.P. and Wang,Y.-L. Fluorescence immunolocalization. Methods Cell Biol. 57:313-332.

[1998c] Wang, Y.-L. and Pelham, R.J. Jr. Preparation of a flexible, porous polyacrylamide substrate for mechanical studies of cultured cells. Methods Enzymol. 298:489-496.

[1998d] Wheatley, S.P., O'Connell, C.B. and Wang, Y.-L. Inhibition of chromosomal separation provides insights into cleavage furrow stimulation in cultured epithelial cells. Mol. Biol. Cell 9:2173-2184.

[1999a] O'Connell, C.B., Wheatley, S.P., Ahmed, S. and Wang Y.-L. The small GTP-binding protein Rho regulates cortical activities in cultured cells during division. J. Cell Biol. 144:305-313.

[1999b] Dembo, M. and Wang, Y.-L. Stresses at the cell-to-substrate interface during locomotion of fibroblasts. Biophys. J. 76:2307-2316.

[1999c] Pelham, R.J. Jr. and Wang Y.-L. High resolution detection of mechanical forces exerted by locomoting fibroblasts on the substrate. Mol. Biol. Cell 10:935-945.

[2000a] O'Connell, C.B. and Wang, Y.-L. Mammalian spindle orientation and position respond to changes in cell shape in a dynein-dependent fashion. Mol. Biol. Cell 11:1765-1774.

[2000b] Lo, C.-M., Wang, H.-B., Dembo, M. and Wang, Y.-L. Cell movement is guided by the rigidity of the substrates. Biophys. J. 79:144-152.

[2000c] Kaverina, I., Krylyshkina, O., Gimona, M., Beningo, K., Wang, Y.-L. and Small, J.V. Enforced polarization and locomotion of fibroblasts lacking microtubules. Curr. Biol. 10:739-742.

[2000d] Wang, H.-B., Dembo, M. and Wang, Y.-L. Substrate flexibility regulates growth and apoptosis of normal but not transformed cells. Am. J. Physiol. 279:C1345-C1350.

[2000e] Faulkner, N.E., Dujardin, D.L., Tai, C.Y., Vaughan, K.T., O'Connell, C.B., Wang Y.-L. and Vallee, R.B. A role for the lissencephaly gene LIS1 in mitosis and cytoplasmic dynein function. Nature Cell Biol. 2:784-791.

[2001a] Munevar, S., Dembo, M. and Wang, Y.-L. Traction force microscopy of normal and H-ras transformed 3T3 fibroblasts. Biophys. J. 80:1744-1757.

[2001b] O'Connell, C.B., Warner, A.K. and Wang, Y.-L. Distinct roles of the equatorial and polar cortices in the cleavage of adherent cells. Curr. Biol. 11:702-707.

[2001c] Beningo, K.A., Dembo, M., Kaverina, I., Small, J.V. and Wang, Y.-L. Nascent focal adhesions are responsible for the generation of strong propulsive forces in migrating fibroblasts. J. Cell Biol. 153:881-887.

[2001d] Wang, H.-B., Dembo, M., Hanks, S.K. and Wang, Y.-L. Focal adhesion kinase is involved in mechanosensing during fibroblast migration. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 98:11295-11300.

[2001e] Munevar, S., Wang, Y.-L. and Dembo, M. Distinct roles of frontal and rear cell-substrate adhesions in fibroblast migration. Mol. Biol. Cell.12:3947-3954.

[2001f] Wang, Y.-L. The mechanism of cytokinesis: reconsideration and reconciliation. Cell Struct. Funct. 26:633-638.

[2002a] Beningo, K.A. and Wang, Y.-L. Flexible substrata for the detection of traction forces. Trends Cell Biol. 12:79-84.

[2002b] Beningo, K.A. and Wang, Y.-L. Fc-receptor mediated phagocytosis is regulated by mechanical properties of the target. J. Cell Sci. 115:849-856.

[2002c] Kaverina, I., Krylyshkina, O., Beningo, K., Anderson, K., Wang, Y.-L. and Small, J.V. Tensile stress stimulates microtubule outgrowth in living cells. J. Cell Sci. 115:2283-2291.

[2002d] Murata-Hori, M., Tatsuka, M. and Wang, Y.-L. Probing the dynamics and functions of Aurara B kinase in living cells during mitosis and cytokinesis. Mol. Biol. Cell 13:1099-1108.

[2002e] Murata-Hori, M. and Wang, Y.-L. The kinase activity of aurora B is required for kinetochore-microtubule interactions, bi-directional chromosomal movements, and spindle microtubule organization during mitosis. Curr. Biol. 12:894-899.

[2002f] Murata-Hori, M. and Wang, Y.-L. Both midzone and astral microtubules are involved in the delivery of cytokinesis signals to the equatorial cortex: insights from the mobility of Aurora B. J. Cell Biol. 159:45-53.

[2002g] Harrington, K.S., Javed A., Drissi, H., McNeil, S., Lian, J.B., Stein, J.S., van Wijnen, A.J., Wang, Y.-L. and Stein G.S. Transcription factors RUNX1/AML1 and RUNX2/Cbfa1 dynamically associate with stationary subnuclear domains. J. Cell Sci. 115:4167-4176.

[2002h] Beningo, K.A., Lo, C.-M. and Wang, Y.-L. Flexible polyacrylamide substrata for the analysis of mechanical interactions at cell-substratum adhesions. Methods Cell Biol. 69:325-339.

[2002i] Marganski, W.A., Dembo, M. and Wang, Y.-L. Measurements of cell-generated deformations on flexible substrata using correlation-based optical flow. Methods Enzymol. 361:197-211.

[2003a] Wang, Y.-L. Computational restoration of fluorescence images: noise reduction, deconvolution, and pattern recognition. Methods Cell Biol. 72:337-348.

[2004a] Munevar, S, Wang, Y.-L. and Dembo, M. Regulation of mechanical interactions between fibroblasts and the substrate by stretch-activated calcium entry. J. Cell Sci. 117:85-92.

[2004b] Lo, C.-M., Buxton, D.B., Chua G.C., Dembo, M., Adelstein, R.S. and Wang, Y.-L. Nonmuscle myosin IIB is involved in the guidance of fibroblast migration. Mol. Biol. Cell 15:982-989.

[2004c] Wang, Y.-L., Burridge, K., Dembo, M., Gabbiani, G., Hanks, S.K., Hosoya, H., Janmey, P., Karlsson, R., Lindberg, U., Mabuchi, I., Otey, C., Rottner, K., Small, J.V., Wang, C.-L.A. and Zigmond, S.Biomedical Research Publication System. Science 303:1974-1976.

[2004d] Beningo, K.A., Dembo, M. and Wang, Y.-L. Responses of fibroblasts to anchorage of dorsal extracellular matrix receptors. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 101:18024-18029.

[2004e] Shiu, Y.T., Marganski, W.A., Usami, S., Schwartz, M.A., Wang, Y.-L., Dembo, M. and Chien, S. Rho mediates shear-enhancement of endothelial cell migration and traction force generation. Biophys. J. 86:2558-2565.

[2005a] Murata-Hori, M., Sluder, G. and Wang, Y.-L. Regulation of cell cycle by the anaphase spindle midzone. BMC Cell Biol. 5:49.

[2005b] Guha, M., Zhou, M. and Wang, Y.-L. Cortical actin turnover during cytokinesis requires myosin II. Curr. Biol. 15:732-736.

[2005c] Wang, Y.-L. The mechanism of cortical ingression during early cytokinesis: thinking beyond the contractile ring hypothesis. Trends Cell Biol. 15:581-588.

[2005d] Murata-Hori, M. and Wang, Y.-L. Microinjection of mRNA into somatic cells.

[2006a] Discher, D., Janmey, P. and Wang, Y.-L. Tissue cells feel and respond to the stiffness of their substrates. Science 310:1139-1143.

[2006b] Warner, A.K., Keen, J.H. and Wang, Y.-L. Dynamics of membrane clathrin-coated structures during cytokinesis. Traffic 7:205-215.

[2006c] Guo, W.H., Frey, M.T., Burnham N.A. and Wang, Y.-L. Substrate rigidity regulates the formation and maintenance of tissues. Biophys. J. 90:2213-2220.

[2006d] Frey, M.T., Tsai, I.Y., Russell, T.P., Hanks, S.K. and Wang, Y.-L. Cellular responses to 3D substrate topography: role of myosin II and focal adhesion kinase. Biophys. J. 90:3774-3782.

[2006e] Beningo, K.A., Hamao, K., Dembo, M., Wang, Y.-L. and Hosoya, H. Traction forces of fibroblasts are regulated by the Rho-dependent kinase but not by the myosin light chain kinase. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 456:224-231.

[2006f] Wang, Y.-L. Introduction to fluorescence imaging of live cells - an annotated checklist. in Cell Biology, A Laboratory Handbook, 3rd Edition, Vol III (J.E. Celis, ed.), Academic Press, San Diego, pp.107-110.

[2006g] Wang, Y.-L., Hahn, K.L., Murphy, R.F. and Horwitz, A.F. From imaging to understanding: Frontiers in live cell imaging. Bethesda, MD April 19-21, 2006. J. Cell Biol. 174:481-484.

[2007a] Mader, C.C., Hinchcliffe, E.H. and Wang, Y.-L. Probing cell shape regulation with patterned substratum: requirement of myosin II-mediated contractility. Soft Matter 3:357-363.

[2007b] Beningo, K.A. and Wang, Y.-L. Double-hydrogel substrates as a model system for 3D cell culture. in Adhesion Protein Protols, 2nd Edition (A.S. Coutts, ed.), Humana Press, Totowa, pp.203-211.

[2007c] Wang, Y.-L. Flux at focal adhesions: slippage clutch, mechanical gauge, or signal depot. Science STKE 377:pe 10.

[2007d] Frey, M.T, Engler, A., Discher, D.E., Lee, J., and Wang, Y.-L. Microscopic methods for measuring the elasticity of gel substrates for cell culture: microspheres, microindenters, and atomic force microscopy. Methods Cell Biol. 83:48-63.

[2007e] Mukhina, S., Wang, Y.-L., and Murata-Hori, M. Alpha-actinin is required for tightly regulated remodeling of the actin cortical network during cytokinesis. Dev. Cell 13:554-569.

[2007f] Wang, Y.-L. Noise-induced systematic errors in ratio imaging: serious artifacts and correction with multi-resolution denoising. J. Microsc. 228:123-131.

[2007g] Guo, W.H., and Wang, Y.-L. Retrograde fluxes of focal adhesion proteins in response to cell migration and mechanical signals. Mol. Biol. Cell. 18:4519-4527.

[2008a] Zhou, M., and Wang, Y.-L. Distinct pathways for the early recruitment of myosin II and actin to the cytokinetic furrow. Mol. Biol. Cell. 19:318-326.

[2008b] Iwasaki T., and Wang, Y.-L. Cytoplasmic force gradient in migrating adherent cells. Biophys. J. 94:L35-L37.

[2008c] Satulovsky, J., Lui, R., and Wang, Y.-L. Exploring the control circuit of cell migration by mathematical modeling. Biophys. J. 94:3671-3683.

[2008d] Undyala, V.V., Dembo, M., Cembrola, K., Perrin, B.J., Huttenlocher, A., Elce, J.S., Greer, P.A., Wang, Y.-L.  and Beningo, K.A. The calpain small subunit regulates cell-substrate mechanical interactions during fibroblast migration.  J. Cell Sci. 121:3581-3588.

[2009a] Frey, M.T., and Wang, Y.-L. A photo-modulatable material for probing cellular responses to substrate rigidity. Soft Matter 5:1918-1924.

[2009b] Guo, W.-H. and Wang, Y.-L. Micropatterning cell–substrate adhesions using linear polyacrylamide as the blocking agent. In Live Cell Imaging (R.D. Goldman, J.R. Swedlow, D.L. Spector, eds), Cold Spring Harbor Lab Press, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, pp.43-52.

[2011a] Rape, A.D., Guo, W.-H., and Wang, Y.-L. The regulation of traction force in relation to cell shape and focal adhesions.  Biomaterials 32:2043-2051.

[2011b] Rape, A.D., Guo, W.-H., and Wang, Y.-L. Responses of cells to adhesion-mediated signals: A universal mechanism. in Mechanobiology of Cell-Cell and Cell-Matrix Interactions, A.W. Johnson and B. Harley, eds., Springer, Heidelberg, pp.1-9.

[2011c] Hoffecker, I.T., Guo, W.-H., and Wang, Y.-L. Assessing the spatial resolution of cellular rigidity sensing using a micropatterned hydrogel-photoresist composite.  Lab Chip 11:3538-3544.

[2011d] Rape, A.D., Guo, W.-H., and Wang, Y.-L. Microtubule depolymerization induces traction force increase through two distinct pathways.  J. Cell Sci. 124:4233-4240.

[2012a] Guo, W.-H., and Wang, Y.-L. A three-component mechanism for fibroblast migration with a contractile cell body that couples a myosin II-independent propulsive anterior to a myosin II-dependent resistive tail.  Mol. Biol. Cell. 23:1657-1663.

[2013a] Chang, S.S., Guo, W.-H., Kim, Y., and Wang, Y.-L. Guidance of cell migration by substrate dimension.  Biophys. J. 104:313-321.

[2013b] Zhang, J., Guo, W.-H., Rape, A.D., and Wang, Y.-L. Micropatterning cell adhesion on polyacrylamide hydrogels.  In Cell-Cell Interactions: Methods and Protocols (T.A. Baudino, ed.), Springer, New York, pp.147-156.

[2014a] Zhang, J., Guo, W.-H., and Wang, Y.-L. Microtubules stabilize cell polarity by localizing rear signals.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 111:16383-16388.

[2014b] Wong, S., Guo, W.-H., and Wang, Y.-L. Fibroblasts probe substrate rigidity with filopodia extensions before occupying an area.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 111:17176-17181.

[2014c] Wong, S.A., Guo, W.-H., Hoffecker, I.T., and Wang, Y.-L. Preparation of a micropatterned rigid-soft composite substrate for probing cellular rigidity sensing.  Methods Cell Biol. 121:1-15.

[2017a] Zhang, J., and Wang, Y.-L. Centrosome defines the rear of cells during mesenchymal migration.  Mol. Biol. Cell. 28:3240-3251.

[2018a] Li, D., and Wang, Y.-L. Coordination of cell migration mediated by site-dependent cell-cell contact.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 105:10678-10683.

[2019a] Chang, S.S., Rape, A.D., Wong, S.A., Guo, W.-H., and Wang, Y.-L. Migration regulates cellular mechanical states.  Mol. Biol. Cell. 30:3104-3111.

[2020a] Wang, Y.-L., and Li, D. Creating complex polyacrylamide hydrogel structures using 3D printing with applications to mechanobiology.  Macromol. Biosci.2020:2000082.

[2020b] Li, D., and Wang, Y.-L. Mechanobiology, Tissue Development, and Tissue Engineering.  In Principles of Tissue Engineering, 5th edition (R. Lanza, R. Langer, J. Vacanti & A. Atala, eds.), Elsevier, Cambridge, MA., pp.237-256.

[2021a] Lien, J.-C., and Wang, Y.-L. Cyclic stretching-induced epithelial cell reorientation is driven by microtubule-modulated transverse extension during the relaxation phase. Sci. Reports 11:14803.

[2021b] Wang, Y.-L., and Lin, Y.-C. Traction force microscopy by deep learning.  Biophys. J. 120:1-21.