Related Readings – Monday Lecture – Nathaniel Heintz, Ph.D.

Addressing Brain Complexity

Monday, April 30, 2007
Welch Hall (2nd Floor)

3:45 p.m. Refreshments 4:00 p.m. Lecture

Recommended Review Article

Hatten, M. E. and Heintz, N. (2005).Large-scale genomic approaches to brain development and circuitry. Annual Review of Neuroscience 28:89-108.

Related Articles

Anthony, T. E., Mason, H. A., Gridley, T., Fishell, G. and Heintz, N. (2005). Brain lipid-binding protein is a direct target of Notch signaling in radial glial cells. Genes & Development 19:1028-1033.
Gong, S. C., Zheng, C., Doughty, M. L., Losos, K., Didkovsky, N., Schambra, U. B., Nowak, N. J., Joyner, A., Leblanc, G., Hatten, M. E. and Heintz, N. (2003). A gene expression atlas of the central nervous system based on bacterial artificial chromosomes. Nature 425:917-925.
Heintz, N. (2001). Bac to the future: The use of bac transgenic mice for neuroscience research. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 2:861-870.
Miwa, J. M., Stevens, T. R., King, S. L., Caldarone, B. J., Ibanez-Tallon, I., Cheng, X., Fitzsimonds, R. M., Pavildes, C., Lester, H. A., Picciotto, M. R. and Heintz, N. (2006). The prototoxin lynx1 acts on nicotinic acetylcholine receptors to balance neuronal activity and survival in vivo. Neuron 51:587-600.
Wang, Q. J., Ding, Y. M., Kohtz, S., Mizushima, N., Cristea, I. M., Rout, M. P., Chait, B. T., Zhong, Y., Heintz, N. and Yue, Z. Y. (2006). Induction of autophagy in axonal dystrophy and degeneration. Journal of Neuroscience 26:8057-8068.