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    1. Nguyen-Ba-Charvet, KT; Brose, K; Marillat, V; Sotelo, C; Tessier-Lavigne, M; Chedotal, A
      Sensory axon response to substrate-bound Slit2 is modulated by laminin andcyclic GMP

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Lang, DM; Warren, JT; Klisa, C; Stuermer, CAO
      Topographic restriction of TAG-1 expression in the developing retinotectalpathway and target dependent reexpression during axon regeneration

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Tashiro, Y; Miyahara, M; Shirasaki, R; Okabe, M; Heizmann, CW; Murakami, F
      Local nonpermissive and oriented permissive cues guide vestibular axons tothe cerebellum

      DEVELOPMENT
    4. Birgbauer, E; Oster, SF; Severin, CG; Sretavan, DW
      Retinal axon growth cones respond to EphB extracellular domains as inhibitory axon guidance cues

      DEVELOPMENT
    5. Rangarajan, R; Courvoisier, H; Gaul, U
      Dpp and Hedgehog mediate neuron-glia interactions in Drosophila eye development by promoting the proliferation and motility of subretinal glia

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    6. Vecino, E; Avila, J
      Distribution of the phosphorylated form of microtubule associated protein 1B in the fish visual system during optic nerve regeneration

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    7. Yates, PA; Roskies, AL; McLaughlin, T; O'Leary, DDM
      Topographic-specific axon branching controlled by ephrin-As is the critical event in retinotectal map development

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Pielage, J; Klambt, C
      Glial cells aid axonal target selection

      TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES
    9. Yamada, T; Okafuji, T; Ohta, K; Handwerker, C; Drescher, U; Tanaka, H
      Analysis of ephrin-A2 in the chick retinotectal projection using a function-blocking monoclonal antibody

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    10. Wang, H; Chadaram, SR; Norton, AS; Laskowski, MB
      Development of inhibition by Ephrin-A5 on outgrowth of embryonic spinal motor neurites

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    11. Huai, JS; Drescher, U
      An ephrin-A-dependent signaling pathway controls integrin function and is linked to the tyrosine phosphorylation of a 120-kDa protein

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    12. Marin, O; Blanco, MJ; Nieto, MA
      Differential expression of Eph receptors and ephrins correlates with the formation of topographic projections in primary and secondary visual circuits of the embryonic chick forebrain

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    13. Menzel, P; Valencia, F; Godement, P; Dodelet, VC; Pasquale, EB
      Ephrin-A6, a new ligand for EphA receptors in the developing visual system

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    14. Rachel, RA; Murdoch, JN; Beermann, F; Copp, AJ; Mason, CA
      Retinal axon misrouting at the optic chiasm in mice with neural tube closure defects

      GENESIS
    15. Wallace, K; Liu, TH; Vaessin, H
      The pan-neural bHLH proteins DEADPAN and ASENSE regulate mitotic activity and cdk inhibitor dacapo expression in the Drosophila larval optic lobes

      GENESIS
    16. Song, Y; Chung, S; Kunes, S
      Combgap relays wingless signal reception to the determination of cortical cell fate in the Drosophila visual system

      MOLECULAR CELL
    17. Weise, J; Ankerhold, RL; Bahr, M
      Degeneration and regeneration of ganglion cell axons

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    18. Loschinger, J; Weth, F; Bonhoeffer, F
      Reading of concentration gradients by axonal growth cones

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    19. Mellitzer, G; Xu, QL; Wilkinson, DG
      Control of cell behaviour by signalling through Eph receptors and ephrins

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    20. Kunes, S
      Axonal signals in the assembly of neural circuitry

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    21. Savaskan, NE; Skutella, T; Brauer, AU; Plaschke, M; Ninnemann, O; Nitsch, R
      Outgrowth-promoting molecules in the adult hippocampus after perforant path lesion

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    22. Vercelli, A; Garbossa, D; Biasiol, S; Repici, M; Jhaveri, S
      NOS inhibition during postnatal development leads to increased ipsilateralretinocollicular and retinogeniculate projections in rats

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    23. Champlin, DT; Truman, JW
      Ecdysteroid coordinates optic lobe neurogenesis via a nitric oxide signaling pathway

      DEVELOPMENT
    24. Gao, PP; Sun, CH; Zhou, XF; DiCicco-Bloom, E; Zhou, RP
      Ephrins stimulate or inhibit neurite outgrowth and survival as a function of neuronal cell type

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    25. Ernst, AF; Gallo, G; Letourneau, PC; McLoon, SC
      Stabilization of growing retinal axons by the combined signaling of nitricoxide and brain-derived neurotrophic factor

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    26. Becker, CG; Becker, T
      Gradients of ephrin-A2 and ephrin-A5b mRNA during retinotopic regenerationof the optic projection in adult zebrafish

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    27. Jhaveri, D; Sen, A; Rodrigues, V
      Mechanisms underlying olfactory neuronal connectivity in Drosophila - The atonal lineage organizes the periphery while sensory neurons and glia pattern the olfactory lobe

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    28. Hoyle, HD; Turner, FR; Raff, EC
      A transient specialization of the microtubule cytoskeleton is required fordifferentiation of the Drosophila visual system

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    29. Garcia-Alonso, LA
      Postembryonic sensory axon guidance in Drosophila

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    30. Davenport, RW; Thies, E; Cohen, ML
      Neuronal growth cone collapse triggers lateral extensions along trailing axons

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    31. Hohnke, CD; Sur, M
      Development of the visual pathways: Effects of neural activity

      MENTAL RETARDATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES RESEARCH REVIEWS
    32. O'Leary, DDM; Wilkinson, DG
      Eph receptors and ephrins in neural development

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    33. Savaskan, NE; Plaschke, M; Ninnemann, O; Spillmann, AA; Schwab, ME; Nitsch, R; Skutella, T
      Myelin does not influence the choice behaviour of entorhinal axons but strongly inhibits their outgrowth length in vitro

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    34. Knobel, KM; Jorgensen, EM; Bastiani, MJ
      Growth cones stall and collapse during axon outgrowth in Caenorhabditis elegans

      DEVELOPMENT
    35. Wallace, VA; Raff, MC
      A role for Sonic hedgehog in axon-to-astrocyte signalling in the rodent optic nerve

      DEVELOPMENT
    36. Picker, A; Brennan, C; Reifers, F; Clarke, JDW; Holder, N; Brand, M
      Requirement for the zebrafish mid-hindbrain boundary in midbrain polarisation, mapping and confinement of the retinotectal projection

      DEVELOPMENT
    37. Price, MD; Lai, ZC
      The yan gene is highly conserved in Drosophila and its expression suggestsa complex role throughout development

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    38. Stein, E; Savaskan, NE; Ninnemann, O; Nitsch, R; Zhou, RP; Skutella, T
      A role for the EPH ligand ephrin-A3 in entorhino-hippocampal axon targeting

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    39. Gao, WJ; Pallas, SL
      Cross-modal reorganization of horizontal connectivity in auditory cortex without altering thalamocortical projections

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    40. Wang, H; Chadaram, SR; Norton, AS; Lewis, R; Boyum, J; Trumble, W; Sanes, JR; Laskowski, MB
      Positionally selective growth of embryonic spinal cord neurites on muscle membranes

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    41. Hohnke, CD; Sur, W
      Stable properties of spontaneous EPSCs and miniature retinal EPSCs during the development of ON/OFF sublamination in the ferret lateral geniculate nucleus

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    42. Ichijo, H
      Differentiation of the chick retinotectal topographic map by remodeling inspecificity and refinement in accuracy

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    43. Khachab, MY; Bruce, LL
      The development of corticocollicular projections in anophthalmic mice

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    44. O'Leary, DDM; Yates, PA; McLaughlin, T
      Molecular development of sensory maps: Representing sights and smells in the brain

      CELL
    45. Gao, PP; Yue, Y; Cerretti, DP; Dreyfus, C; Zhou, RP
      Ephrin-dependent growth and pruning of hippocampal axons

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    46. Nagashima, M; Dent, EW; Shi, XZ; Kalil, K
      Cortical neurite outgrowth and growth cone behaviors reveal developmentally regulated cues in spinal cord membranes

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    47. Tan, MML; Harvey, AR
      Retinal axon regeneration in peripheral nerve, tectal, and muscle grafts in adult rats

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    48. Johnson, FA; Dawson, AJ; Meyer, RL
      Activity-dependent refinement in the goldfish retinotectal system is mediated by the dynamic regulation of processes withdrawal: An in vivo imaging study

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    49. Chan, SO; Chung, KY
      Changes in axon arrangement in the retinofungal pathway of mouse embryos: Confocal microscopy study using single- and double-dye label

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    50. Leppert, CA; Diekmann, H; Paul, C; Laessing, U; Marx, M; Bastmeyer, M; Stuermer, CAO
      Neurolin Ig domain 2 participates in retinal axon guidance and Ig domains 1 and 3 in fasciculation

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    51. Thompson, DA; Kriss, A; Cottrell, S; Taylor, D
      Visual evoked potential evidence of albino-like chiasmal misrouting in a patient with Angelman syndrome with no ocular features of albinism

      DEVELOPMENTAL MEDICINE AND CHILD NEUROLOGY
    52. Skutella, T; Savaskan, NE; Ninnemann, O; Nitsch, R
      Target- and maturation specific membrane-associated molecules determine the ingrowth of entorhinal fibers into the hippocampus

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    53. STOECKLI ET; LANDMESSER LT
      AXON GUIDANCE AT CHOICE POINTS

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    54. Ba-Charvet, KTN; von Boxberg, Y; Guazzi, S; Boncinelli, E; Godement, P
      A potential role for the OTX2 homeoprotein in creating early 'highways' for axon extension in the rostral brain

      DEVELOPMENT
    55. GOODHILL GJ; BAIER H
      AXON GUIDANCE - STRETCHING GRADIENTS TO THE LIMIT

      Neural computation
    56. OTT H; BASTMEYER M; STUERMER CAO
      NEUROLIN, THE GOLDFISH HOMOLOG OF DM-GRASP, IS INVOLVED IN RETINAL AXON PATHFINDING TO THE OPTIC DISK

      The Journal of neuroscience
    57. DAVENPORT RW; THIES E; ZHOU RP; NELSON PG
      CELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF EPHRIN-A2, EPHRIN-A5, AND OTHER FUNCTIONAL GUIDANCE CUES UNDERLIES RETINOTOPIC DEVELOPMENT ACROSS SPECIES

      The Journal of neuroscience
    58. WU DY; SCHNEIDER GE; SILVER J; POSTON M; JHAVERI S
      A ROLE FOR TECTAL MIDLINE GLIA IN THE UNILATERAL CONTAINMENT OF RETINOCOLLICULAR AXONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    59. HONDA H
      TOPOGRAPHIC MAPPING IN THE RETINOTECTAL PROJECTION BY MEANS OF COMPLEMENTARY LIGAND AND RECEPTOR GRADIENTS - A COMPUTER-SIMULATION STUDY

      Journal of theoretical biology
    60. SCHMIDT JT; SCHACHNER M
      ROLE FOR CELL-ADHESION AND GLYCOSYL (HNK-1 AND OLIGOMANNOSIDE) RECOGNITION IN THE SHARPENING OF THE REGENERATING RETINOTECTAL PROJECTION INGOLDFISH

      Journal of neurobiology
    61. MOONEY RD; CRNKOHOPPENJANS TA; KE M; BENNETTCLARKE CA; LANE RD; CHIAIA NL; RHOADES RW
      AUGMENTATION OF SEROTONIN IN THE DEVELOPING SUPERIOR COLLICULUS ALTERS THE NORMAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE UNCROSSED RETINOTECTAL PROJECTION

      Journal of comparative neurology
    62. TAI MH; ZIPSER B
      MANNOSE-SPECIFIC RECOGNITION MEDIATES 2 ASPECTS OF SYNAPTIC GROWTH OFLEECH SENSORY AFFERENTS - COLLATERAL BRANCHING AND PROLIFERATION OF SYNAPTIC VESICLE CLUSTERS

      Developmental biology (Print)
    63. CONNOR RJ; MENZEL P; PASQUALE EB
      EXPRESSION AND TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION OF EPH RECEPTORS SUGGEST MULTIPLE MECHANISMS IN PATTERNING OF THE VISUAL-SYSTEM

      Developmental biology
    64. WEILAND UM; OTT H; BASTMEYER M; SCHADEN H; GIORDANO S; STUERMER CAO
      EXPRESSION OF AN L1-RELATED CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE ON DEVELOPING CNS FIBER TRACTS IN ZEBRAFISH AND ITS FUNCTIONAL CONTRIBUTION TO AXON FASCICULATION

      Molecular and cellular neurosciences
    65. DRESCHER U
      THE EPH FAMILY IN THE PATTERNING OF NEURAL DEVELOPMENT

      Current biology
    66. MASON CA; SRETAVAN DW
      GLIA, NEURONS, AND AXON PATHFINDING DURING OPTIC CHIASM DEVELOPMENT

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    67. MACDONALD R; SCHOLES J; STRAHLE U; BRENNAN C; HOLDER N; BRAND M; WILSON SW
      THE PAX PROTEIN NOI IS REQUIRED FOR COMMISSURAL AXON PATHWAY FORMATION IN THE ROSTRAL FOREBRAIN

      Development
    68. WALZ A; MCFARLANE S; BRICKMAN YG; NURCOMBE V; BARTLETT PF; HOLT CE
      ESSENTIAL ROLE OF HEPARAN SULFATES IN AXON NAVIGATION AND TARGETING IN THE DEVELOPING VISUAL-SYSTEM

      Development
    69. JAHAN R; MISCHEL PS; CURRAN JG; PEACOCK WJ; SHIELDS DW; VINTERS HV
      BILATERAL NEUROPATHOLOGIC CHANGES IN A CHILD WITH HEMIMEGALENCEPHALY

      Pediatric neurology
    70. DING Y; MAROTTE LR
      RETINOTOPIC ORDER IN THE OPTIC-NERVE AND SUPERIOR COLLICULUS DURING DEVELOPMENT OF THE RETINOCOLLICULAR PROJECTION IN THE WALLABY (MACROPUS-EUGENII)

      Anatomy and embryology
    71. ALVAREZBOLADO G; SCHWARZ M; GRUSS P
      PAX-2 IN THE CHIASM

      Cell and tissue research
    72. DAVENPORT RW
      FUNCTIONAL GUIDANCE COMPONENTS AND THEIR CELLULAR-DISTRIBUTION IN RETINOTECTAL COCULTURES

      Cell and tissue research
    73. YAMAMOTO N; HIGASHI S; TOYAMA K
      STOP AND BRANCH BEHAVIORS OF GENICULOCORTICAL AXONS - A TIME-LAPSE STUDY IN ORGANOTYPIC COCULTURES

      The Journal of neuroscience
    74. KARLSTROM RO; TROWE T; BONHOEFFER F
      GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF AXON GUIDANCE AND MAPPING IN THE ZEBRAFISH

      Trends in neurosciences
    75. HIRATA T; FUJISAWA H
      CORTEX-SPECIFIC DISTRIBUTION OF MEMBRANE-BOUND FACTORS THAT PROMOTE NEURITE OUTGROWTH OF MITRAL CELLS IN CULTURE

      Journal of neurobiology
    76. PLANT GW; WOERLY S; HARVEY AR
      HYDROGELS CONTAINING PEPTIDE OR AMINOSUGAR SEQUENCES IMPLANTED INTO THE RAT-BRAIN - INFLUENCE ON CELLULAR MIGRATION AND AXONAL GROWTH

      Experimental neurology
    77. THANOS S; NASKAR R; HEIDUSCHKA P
      REGENERATING GANGLION-CELL AXONS IN THE ADULT-RAT ESTABLISH RETINOFUGAL TOPOGRAPHY AND RESTORE VISUAL FUNCTION

      Experimental Brain Research
    78. KLOSTERMANN S; BONHOEFFER F
      INVESTIGATIONS OF SIGNALING PATHWAYS IN AXON GROWTH AND GUIDANCE

      Perspectives on developmental neurobiology
    79. CHIEN CB; HARRIS WA
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION IN VERTEBRATE GROWTH CONES NAVIGATING IN-VIVO

      Perspectives on developmental neurobiology
    80. CLINE H
      CAN THERE BE GROWTH WITHOUT GROWTH CONES

      Seminars in the neurosciences
    81. LOGAN C; WIZENMANN A; DRESCHER U; MONSCHAU B; BONHOEFFER F; LUMSDEN A
      ROSTRAL OPTIC TECTUM ACQUIRES CAUDAL CHARACTERISTICS FOLLOWING ECTOPIC ENGRAILED EXPRESSION

      Current biology
    82. FRIEDMAN GC; OLEARY DD
      EPH RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASES AND THEIR LIGANDS IN NEURAL DEVELOPMENT

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    83. BAIER H; KLOSTERMANN S; TROWE T; KARLSTROM RO; NUSSLEINVOLHARD C; BONHOEFFER F
      GENETIC DISSECTION OF THE RETINOTECTAL PROJECTION

      Development
    84. KARLSTROM RO; TROWE T; KLOSTERMANN S; BAIER H; BRAND M; CRAWFORD AD; GRUNEWALD B; HAFFTER P; HOFFMANN H; MEYER SU; MULLER BK; RICHTER S; VANEEDEN FJM; NUSSLEINVOLHARD C; BONHOEFFER F
      ZEBRAFISH MUTATIONS AFFECTING RETINOTECTAL AXON PATHFINDING

      Development
    85. ITASAKI N; NAKAMURA H
      A ROLE FOR GRADIENT EN EXPRESSION IN POSITIONAL SPECIFICATION ON THE OPTIC TECTUM

      Neuron
    86. RETAUX S; MCNEILL L; HARRIS WA
      ENGRAILED, RETINOTECTAL TARGETING, AND AXONAL PATTERNING IN THE MIDBRAIN DURING XENOPUS DEVELOPMENT - AN ANTISENSE STUDY

      Neuron
    87. MATSUZAWA M; WEIGHT FF; POTEMBER RS; LIESI P
      DIRECTIONAL NEURITE OUTGROWTH AND AXONAL DIFFERENTIATION OF EMBRYONICHIPPOCAMPAL-NEURONS ARE PROMOTED BY A NEURITE OUTGROWTH DOMAIN OF THEB2-CHAIN OF LAMININ

      International journal of developmental neuroscience
    88. BRECKNELL JE; DU JS; MUIR E; FIDLER PS; HLAVIN ML; DUNNETT SB; FAWCETT JW
      BRIDGE GRAFTS OF FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR-4-SECRETING SCHWANNOMA CELLS PROMOTE FUNCTIONAL AXONAL REGENERATION IN THE NIGROSTRIATAL PATHWAY OF THE ADULT-RAT

      Neuroscience
    89. DAVENPORT RW; THIES E; NELSON PG
      CELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF GUIDANCE CUES IN THE ESTABLISHMENT OF RETINOTECTAL TOPOGRAPHY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    90. BASTMEYER M; OLEARY DDM
      DYNAMICS OF TARGET RECOGNITION BY INTERSTITIAL AXON BRANCHING ALONG DEVELOPING CORTICAL AXONE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    91. HENKEFAHLE S; MANN F; GOTZ M; WILD K; BOLZ J
      DUAL-ACTION OF A CARBOHYDRATE EPITOPE ON AFFERENT AND EFFERENT AXONS IN CORTICAL DEVELOPMENT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    92. METIN C; GODEMENT P
      THE GANGLIONIC EMINENCE MAY BE AN INTERMEDIATE TARGET FOR CORTICOFUGAL AND THALAMOCORTICAL AXONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    93. RETAUX S; HARRIS WA
      ENGRAILED AND RETINOTECTAL TOPOGRAPHY

      Trends in neurosciences
    94. BERRY FB; PRUSKY GT; BROWN IR
      ALTERATION OF CAM-I MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION IN THE DEVELOPING RAT SUPERIOR COLLICULUS FOLLOWING CHRONIC TREATMENT WITH AN NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST

      Developmental brain research
    95. GOODMAN CS
      MECHANISMS AND MOLECULES THAT CONTROL GROWTH CONE GUIDANCE

      Annual review of neuroscience
    96. GAO PP; ZHANG JH; YOKOYAMA M; RACEY B; DREYFUS CF; BLACK IB; ZHOU R
      REGULATION OF TOPOGRAPHIC PROJECTION IN THE BRAIN - ELF-1 IN THE HIPPOCAMPOSEPTAL SYSTEM

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    97. CLINE HT; WITTE S; JONES KW
      LOW LEAD LEVELS STUNT NEURONAL GROWTH IN A REVERSIBLE MANNER

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    98. SUGISAKI N; HIRATA T; NARUSE I; KAWAKAMI A; KITSUKAWA T; FUJISAWA H
      POSITIONAL CUES THAT ARE STRICTLY LOCALIZED IN THE TELENCEPHALON INDUCE PREFERENTIAL GROWTH OF MITRAL CELL AXONS

      Journal of neurobiology
    99. HALLORAN MC; KALIL K
      SELECTIVE NEURITE OUTGROWTH OF CULTURED CORTICAL-NEURONS ON SPECIFIC REGIONS OF BRAIN CRYOSTAT SECTIONS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    100. CHALUPA LM; SNIDER CJ; KIRBY MA
      TOPOGRAPHIC ORGANIZATION IN THE RETINOCOLLICULAR PATHWAY OF THE FETALCAT DEMONSTRATED BY RETROGRADE LABELING OF GANGLION-CELLS

      Journal of comparative neurology


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