Recommended Readings: James A. Hudspeth, Ph.D. Monday October 28, 2019

Recommended Readings: James A. Hudspeth, Ph.D. Monday October 28, 2019

Monday LecturesJames A. Hudspeth, Ph.D.

Monday, October 28, 2019  4:00 p.m.

Carson Family Auditorium

James A. Hudspeth, Ph.D.

F.M. Kirby Professor and Head

Laboratory of Sensory Neuroscience

The Rockefeller University

Structural and Developmental Investigations of Sensory Hair Cells in the Inner Ear and Lateral-line System


Recommended Readings:

Empirical Articles

Bartsch, Tobias F.; Hengel, Felicitas E.; Oswald, Aaron; et al. (2019). Elasticity of individual protocadherin 15 molecules implicates tip links as the gating springs for hearing. PNAS. 116 (22): 11048-11056

Dow, Eliot; Jacobo, Adrian; Hossain, Sajjad; et al. (2018). Connectomics of the zebrafish’s lateral-line neuromast reveals wiring and miswiring in a simple microcircuit. ELIFE (7)

Dow, Eliot; Siletti, Kimberly; Hudspeth, Albert J. (2015). Cellular projections from sensory hair cells form polarity-specific scaffolds during synaptogenesis. GENES & DEVELOPMENT. 29 (10): 1087-1094

Steiner, Aaron B.; Kim, Taeryn; Cabot, Victoria; et al. (2014). Dynamic gene expression by putative hair-cell progenitors during regeneration in the zebrafish lateral line. PNAS. 111 (14): E1393-E1401

Maoileidigh, Daibhid O.; Hudspeth, A. J. (2013). Effects of cochlear loading on the motility of active outer hair cells. PNAS. 110 (14): 5474-5479

McDermott, Brian M., Jr.; Asai, Yukako; Baucom, Jessica M.; et al. (2010). Transgenic labeling of hair cells in the zebrafish acousticolateralis system. GENE EXPRESSION PATTERNS. 10 (2-3): 113-118

Review Paper

Hudspeth, A. J. (2014). Integrating the active process of hair cells with cochlear function. NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE. 15 (9): 600-614

Reichenbach, Tobias; Hudspeth, A. J. (2014). The physics of hearing: fluid mechanics and the active process of the inner ear. REPORTS ON PROGRESS IN PHYSICS. 77 (7)

Hudspeth, A. J. (2013). SnapShot: Auditory transduction. Neuron 80: 536

Book Chapters

Maoileidigh, Daibhid O.; Salvi, Joshua D.; Hudspeth, A. J. (2018). Signal Detection by Active, Noisy Hair Bundles. In To the Ear and Back Again: Advances in Auditory Biophysics. Book Series: AIP Conference Proceedings. 1965: 060002-1 – 060002-8

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