Recommended Readings: Mary Beth Hatten Ph.D. Monday October 3, 2011

Monday Seminar Series

New Directions in CNS Migration

Mary Beth Hatten  Ph.D.

Laboratory of Developmental Neuroscience

Monday, October 3, 2011,  4 p.m.,  Caspary Hall


Recommended Reading:

Schneider S; Gulacs A; Hatten ME.  2011.  Lrp12/Mig13a reveals changing patterns of preplate neuronal polarity during corticogenesis that are absent in reeler mutant mice.    Cerebral Cortex.  21(1):134-144.

Aboitiz, F; Montiel J; Garcia RR.  2005.   Ancestry of the mammalian preplate and its derivatives: evolutionary relicts or embruonic adaptations?  Rev Neuroscience  16(4):359-376.  Request from Markus Library.

Kondos SC; Halfaludi C; Voskoboinik I; et al.  2010.  The structure and function of mammalian membrane-attack complex/perforin-like proteins.  Tissue Antigens.  76(5):341-351.

Wilson Perrin M; Fryer RH; Fang Y; et al. 2010.  Astn2, a novel member of the astrotactin gene family, regulates the trafficking of ASTN1 during clial-guided neuronal migration.   Journal of Neuroscience    30(25):8529-8540

Govek EE; Hatten MB; Van Aelst L.   2011. The role of Rho GTPase Proteins in CNS Neuronal Migration.   Developmental Neurobiology.  71(6, Sp. 1): 528- 553.

Antonia Baltrons M; Susana Boran M; Pifarre P; et al.  2008.  Regulation and Function of cyclic GMP-mediated pathways in glial cells. NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH   33(12):2427-2435