Vartanova, A. E., Plodukhin, A. Y., Ratmanova, N. K., Andreev, I. A., Anisimov, M. N., Gudimchuk, N. B., ... & Alabugin, I. V. Expanding Stereoelectronic Limits of endo-tet Cyclizations: Synthesis of Benz [b] azepines from Donor-Acceptor Cyclopropanes. Journal of the American Chemical Society. (2021). DOI
Gudimchuk, N.B., McIntosh, J.R. Regulation of microtubule dynamics, mechanics and function through the growing tip. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol. (2021). DOI
Chen, J., Kholina, E., Szyk, A., Fedorov, V. A., Kovalenko, I., Gudimchuk, N., & Roll-Mecak, A. α-tubulin tail modifications regulate microtubule stability through selective effector recruitment, not changes in intrinsic polymer dynamics. Developmental Cell (2021). DOI
Ulyanov, E. V., Vinogradov, D. S., McIntosh, J. R. and Gudimchuk, N. B. Brownian dynamics simulation of protofilament relaxation during rapid freezing. Plos one, 16(2), e0247022, (2021). DOI
Alexandrova, V. V., Anisimov, M. N., Eltsov, I. A., Kilina, A. P., Lopanskaia, I. N., Makarova, L. O., Vovchenko, M. A. and Gudimchuk, N. B. Avoiding common problems with statistical analysis of biological experiments using a simple nested data simulator. SBPReports; 1 (1), 12-19 (2021). DOI
Gudimchuk, N. B., Ulyanov, E. V., O'Toole, E., Page, C. L., Vinogradov, D. S., Morgan, G., Gabriella, L., Moore, J. K., Szczesna, E., Roll-Mecak, A., Ataullakhanov, F. I., and McIntosh, R. J. Mechanisms of microtubule dynamics and force generation examined with computational modeling and electron cryotomography. Nature communications 11, 1 (2020), 3765. DOI
Ustinov, N. B., Korshunova, A. V., and Gudimchuk, N. B. Protein complex ndc80: Properties, functions, and possible role in pathophysiology of cell division. Biochemistry (Moscow) 85, 4 (2020), 448–462. DOI

Anisimov, M.N., and Gudimchuk N.B. Zoo of microtubule dynamics inhibitors. Priroda, 8 (2020), 3–12. DOI (In Russian)
Mustyatsa, V. V., Kostarev, A. V., Tvorogova, A. V., Ataullakhanov, F. I., Gudimchuk, N. B., and Vorobjev, I. A. Fine structure and dynamics of EB3 binding zones on microtubules in fibroblast cells. Molecular Biology of the Cell 30, 17 (2019), 2105–2114. DOI
Fedorov, V. A., Orekhov, P. S., Kholina, E. G., Zhmurov, A. A., Ataullakhanov, F. I., Kovalenko, I. B., and Gudimchuk, N. B. Mechanical properties of tubulin intra- and inter-dimer interfaces and their implications for microtubule dynamic instability. PLoS Computational Biology 15, 8 (2019), e1007327. DOI
Orekhov, P. S., Kirillov, I. V., Fedorov, V. A., Kovalenko, I. B., Gudimchuk, N. B., and Zhmurov, A. A. Parametrization of the elastic network model using high-throughput parallel molecular dynamics simulations. Supercomputing Frontiers and Innovations 6, 1 (2019), 19–22. DOI
Gudimchuk, N., and Roll-Mecak, A. Watching microtubules grow one tubulin at a time. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 116, 15 (2019), 7163–7165. DOI
Korshunova, A.V., Lopanskaia, I.N. & Gudimchuk, N.B. Modern Approaches to Analysis of Protein–Ligand Interactions. Biophysics 64, 495–509 (2019). DOI
McIntosh, R. J., O'Toole, E., Morgan, G., Austin, J., Ulyanov, E., Ataullakhanov, F., and Gudimchuk, N. Microtubules grow by the addition of bent guanosine triphosphate tubulin to the tips of curved protofilaments. Journal of Cell Biology (2018), jcb.201802138. DOI
Fedorov, V. A., Kholina, E. G., Kovalenko, I. B., and Gudimchuk, N. B. Performance analysis of different computational architectures: molecular dynamics in application to protein assemblies, illustrated by microtubule and electron transfer proteins. Supercomputing Frontiers and Innovations 5, 4 (2018). DOI
Gudimchuk, N., Tarasovetc, E. V., Mustyatsa, V., Drobyshev, A. L., Vitre, B., Cleveland, D. W., Ataullakhanov, F. I., and Grishchuk, E. L. Probing mitotic CENP-E kinesin with the tethered cargo motion assay and laser tweezers. Biophysical Journal 114, 11 (2018), 2640–2652. DOI
Mustyatsa, V. V., Boyakhchyan, A. V., Ataullakhanov, F. I., and Gudimchuk, N. B. EB-family proteins: Functions and microtubule interaction mechanisms. Biochemistry (Moscow) 82, 7 (2017), 791–802. DOI
Zakharov, P.N., Arzhanik, V.K., Ulyanov, E.V., Gudimchuk, N.B. and Ataullakhanov, F.I. Microtubules: dynamically unstable stochastic phase-switching polymers. Phys.-Usp. 59 773 (2016), 853–868. DOI
Rumyanstev, Y.A., Zakharov, P.N., Abrashitova, N.A., Shmatok, A.V., Ryzhikh, V.O., Gudimchuk, N.B., Ataullakhanov, F.I. PGA HPC Implementation of Microtubule Brownian Dynamics Simulations. Proceedings of ISP RAS. (2016) 28(3):241-266. DOI (In Russian)
Zakharov, P., Gudimchuk, N., Voevodin, V., Tikhonravov, A., I, A. F., and L, G. E. Molecular and mechanical causes of microtubule catastrophe and aging. Biophysical Journal 109, 12 (2015), 2574–2591. DOI
Gudimchuk N.B., Zakharov, P.N., Ulyanov, E.V., Ataullakhanov, F.I. Dynamic microtubules: from experiments to models. Priroda, 10 (2015), 3–10. (In Russian)
Vitre, B., Gudimchuk, N., Borda, R., Kim, Y., Heuser, J. E., Cleveland, D. W., and Grishchuk, E. L. Kinetochore-microtubule attachment throughout mitosis potentiated by the elongated stalk of the kinetochore kinesin CENP-E. Molecular Biology of the Cell 25, 15 (2014), 2272–2281. DOI
Gudimchuk, N., Vitre, B., Kim, Y., Kiyatkin, A., Cleveland, D. W., Ataullakhanov, F. I., and Grishchuk, E. L. Kinetochore kinesin CENP-E is a processive bi-directional tracker of dynamic microtubule tips. Nature Cell Biology 15, 9 (2013), 1079–1088. DOI
Volkov, V. A., Zaytsev, A. V., Gudimchuk, N., Grissom, P. M., Gintsburg, A. L., Ataullakhanov, F. I., McIntosh, J. R., and Grishchuk, E. L. Long tethers provide high-force coupling of the dam1 ring to shortening microtubules. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 110, 19 (2013), 7708–7713. DOI
Grishchuk, E. L., Efremov, A. K., Volkov, V. A., Spiridonov, I. S., Gudimchuk, N., Westermann, S., Drubin, D., Barnes, G., McIntosh, J. R., and Ataullakhanov, F. I. The Dam1 ring binds microtubules strongly enough to be a processive as well as energy-efficient coupler for chromosome motion. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105, 40 (2008), 15423–15428. DOI