Recommended Readings: Patrik Ernfors, Ph.D. Friday November 1, 2019

Recommended Readings: Patrik Ernfors, Ph.D. Friday November 1, 2019

                                                                        Friday Lectures  

Friday, November 1, 2019  3:45 p.mPatrikErnfors Ph.D.

Caspary Auditorium

Patrik Ernfors Ph.D.

Professor of Tissue Biology

Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics

 Karolinska Institute

The Cellular Basis for Somatosensation and Pain



Recommended Readings:

Science News

Karolinska Institutet. New pain organ discovered in the skin. August 15, 2019. EurekAlert! – AAAS

Empirical Articles 

Abdo, Hind; Calvo-Enrique, Laura; Lopez, Jose Martinez; et al. (2019). Specialized cutaneous Schwann cells initiate pain sensation. SCIENCE. 365 (6454): 695-699

Kupari, Jussi; Haring, Martin; Agirre, Eneritz; et al. (2019). An Atlas of Vagal Sensory Neurons and Their Molecular Specialization. CELL REPORTS. 27 (8): 2508-2523.e1–e4

Haring, Martin; Zeisel, Amit; Hochgerner, Hannah; et al. (2018). Neuronal atlas of the dorsal horn defines its architecture and links sensory input to transcriptional cell types. NATURE NEUROSCIENCE. 21 (6): 869-880

Zeisel, Amit; Hochgerner, Hannah; Lonnerberg, Peter; et al. (2018). Molecular Architecture of the Mouse Nervous System. CELL. 174 (4): 999-1014.e1–e10

Usoskin, Dmitry; Furlan, Alessandro; Islam, Saiful; et al. (2015). Unbiased classification of sensory neuron types by large-scale single-cell RNA sequencing. NATURE NEUROSCIENCE. 18 (1): 145-153

Review Paper

Lallemend, Francois; Ernfors, Patrik. (2012). Molecular interactions underlying the specification of sensory neurons. TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES. 35 (6): 373-381


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