Recommended Readings: David Keays, Ph.D. Monday March 4, 2019

Special Seminar Series

Monday, March 4, 2019  4:00 p.m.

Carson Family Auditorium

David Keays, Ph.D.

Group Leader

Research Institute of Molecular Pathology – Vienna, Austria

The Mysterious Magnetoreceptors


Recommended Readings:

Empirical Articles

Landler, Lukas; Keays, David A. (2018). Cryptochrome: The magnetosensor with a sinister side? PLOS BIOLOGY. 16 (10)

Engels, Svenja; Treiber, Christoph Daniel; Salzer, Marion Claudia; et al. (2018). Lidocaine is a nocebo treatment for trigeminally mediated magnetic orientation in birds. JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY INTERFACE. 15 (145)

Nimpf, Simon; Malkemper, Erich Pascal; Lauwers, Mattias; et al. (2017). Subcellular analysis of pigeon hair cells implicates vesicular trafficking in cuticulosome formation and maintenance. ELIFE. 6

Nimpf, Simon; Keays, David A. (2017). Is magnetogenetics the new optogenetics? EMBO JOURNAL. 36 (12): 1643-1646

Nordmann, Gregory C.; Hochstoeger, Tobias; Keays, David A. (2017). Unsolved mysteries: Magnetoreception-A sense without a receptor. PLOS BIOLOGY. 15 (10)

Edelman, Nathaniel B.; Fritz, Tanja; Nimpf, Simon; et al. (2015). No evidence for intracellular magnetite in putative vertebrate magnetoreceptors identified by magnetic screening. PNAS. 112 (1): 262-267

Lauwers, Mattias; Pichler, Paul; Edelman, Nathaniel Bernard; et al. (2013). An Iron-Rich Organelle in the Cuticular Plate of Avian Hair Cells. CURRENT BIOLOGY. 23 (10): 924-929

Treiber, Christoph Daniel; Salzer, Marion Claudia; Riegler, Johannes; et al. (2012). Clusters of iron-rich cells in the upper beak of pigeons are macrophages not magnetosensitive neurons. NATURE. 484 (7394): 367-U102