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Œ¤‹†‹ÆÑiSelected Publicationsj

  1. Zhong Y, Takemoto, M, Fukuda T, Hattori Y, Murakami F, Nakajima D, Nakayama M, Yamamoto N (2004) Identification of the genes that are expressed in the upper layers of the neocortex. Cerebral Cortex. in press.

  2. Hanamura K, Harada A, Katoh-Semba R, Murakami F, Yamamoto N (2004) BDNF and NT-3 promote thalamocortical axon growth with distinct substrate and temporal dependency. Eur J Neurosci in press.

  3. Takemoto N, Fukuda T, Murakami F, Tanaka H, Yamamoto N (2002) Role of ephrin-B3 in the formation of region- and lamina-specific thalamocortical projections. Eur J Neurosci 16:1168-72.

  4. Yamamoto N (2002) Cellular and molecular basis of axonal targeting in the formation of lamina-specific thalamocortical projections. Neurosci Res 42. 167-173.

  5. Yamamoto N, Inui K, Matsuyama Y, Harada A, Hanamura K, Murakami F Ruthazer ES, Rutishauser U, Seki T (2000) Inhibitory mechanism by polysialic acid for lamina-specific branch formation of thalamocortical axons. J Neurosci 20: 9145-9151.

  6. Yamada K, Yamamoto N, Toyama K (2000) Development of NMDA and non-NMDA receptor-mediated excitatory synaptic transmission in geniculocortical and corticocortical connections studied by organotypic coculture preparations. Eur J Neurosci 12: 3854-3862.

  7. Yamamoto N, Matsuyama Y, Harada A, Inui K, Murakami F, Hanamura K (2000) Characterization of factors regulating lamina-specific growth of thalamocortical axon. J Neurobiol 42: 56-68.

  8. Yamamoto N, Higashi S, Toyama K (1997) Stop and Branch behaviors of geniculocortical axons: A time-lapse study in organotypic cocultures. J Neurosci 17: 3653-3663.

  9. Yamamoto N, Toyama K (1995) Repulsive and attractive mechanisms for the formation of corticofugal projections. NeuroRep 6: 1517-1520.

  10. Kurotani T, Yamamoto N, Toyama K (1993) Development of neural connections between visual cortex and transplanted lateral geniculate nucleus in rats. Develop. Brain Res 71: 151-168.

  11. Yamamoto N, Yamada K, Kurotani T, Toyama K (1992) Laminar specificity of extrinsic cortical connections studied in coculture preparations. Neuron 9: 217-228.

  12. Yamamoto N, Kurotani T, Toyama K (1989) Neural connections between the lateral geniculate nucleus and visual cortex in vitro. Science 245: 192-194.

  13. Hamasaki T, Komatsu Y, Yamamoto N, Nakajima S, Hirakawa K, Toyama K (1987) Electrophysiological study of synaptic connections between a transplanted lateral geniculate nucleus and the visual cortex of the host rat. Brain Res 422: 172-177.


”’èƒOƒ‹[ƒvŒ¤‹†‹ÆÑiSelected Publicationsj

  1. Shirasaki, R., Lewcock, J. W., Lettieri, K., and Pfaff, S. L. (2006). FGF as a Target-Derived Chemoattractant for Developing Motor Axons Programmed by the LIM Code. Neuron (in review)

  2. [Marquardt, T.(1), Shirasaki, R.(1)], Ghosh, S., Andrews, S. E., Carter, N., Hunter, T, and Pfaff, S. L. (2005). Coexpressed EphA Receptors and Ephrin-A Ligands Mediate Opposing Actions on Growth Cone Navigation from Distinct Membrane Domains. Cell 121, 127-139. [1, Co-First authors].

  3. Schwander, M., Shirasaki, R., Pfaff, S. L., and Mueller, U. (2004). Beta1 Integrins in Muscle, but Not in Motor Neurons, Are Required for Skeletal MuscleInnervation. J. Neurosci. 24, 8181-8191.

  4. Miyahara, M., Shirasaki, R., Tashiro, Y., Muguruma, K., and Murakami, F. (2003). Pathfinding and Growth Termination of Primary Trigeminal Sensory Afferents in the Embryonic Rat Hindbrain. J. Comp. Neurol. 460, 503-513.

  5. Shirasaki, R., and Pfaff, S. L. (2002). Transcriptional Codes and the Control of Neuronal Identity. Annu. Rev. Neurosci. 25, 251-281. [Review]

  6. Shirasaki, R., and Murakami, F. (2001). Crossing the Floor Plate Triggers Sharp Turning of Commissural Axons. Dev. Biol. 236, 99-108.

  7. Tashiro, Y., Miyahara, M., Shirasaki, R., Okabe, M., Heizmann, C. W., and Murakami, F. (2001). Local Nonpermissive and Oriented Permissive Cues Guide Vestibular Axons to the Cerebellum. Development 128, 973-981.

  8. Wada, T., Kagawa, T., Ivanova, A., Zalc, B., Shirasaki, R., Murakami, F., Iemura, S., Ueno, N., and Ikenaka, K. (2000). Dorsal Spinal Cord Inhibits Oligodendrocyte Development. Dev. Biol. 227, 42-55.

  9. Tashiro, Y., Endo, T., Shirasaki, R., Miyahara, M., Heizmann, C. W., and Murakami, F. (2000). Afferents of Cranial Sensory Ganglia Pathfind to Their Target Independent of the Site of Entry Into the Hindbrain. J. Comp. Neurol. 417, 491-500.

  10. Nakamura, S., Ito, Y., Shirasaki, R., and Murakami, F. (2000). Local Directional Cues Control Growth Polarity of Dopaminergic Axons along the Rostrocaudal Axis. J. Neurosci. 20, 4112-4119.

  11. Shirasaki, R., Katsumata, R., and Murakami, F. (1998). Change in Chemoattractant Responsiveness of Developing Axons at an Intermediate Target. Science 279, 105-107.

  12. Murakami, F. and Shirasaki, R. (1997). Guidance of Circumferential Growing Axons by the Floor Plate in the Vertebrate Central Nervous System. Cell & Tissue Res. 290, 323-330. [Review]

  13. Shirasaki, R., Mirzayan, C., Tessier-Lavigne, M., and Murakami, F. (1996). Guidance of Circumferentially Growing Axons by Netrin-Dependent and -Independent Floor Plate Chemotropism in the Vertebrate Brain. Neuron 17, 1079-1088.

  14. Tamada, A., Shirasaki, R., and Murakami, F. (1995). Floor Plate Chemoattracts Crossed Axons and Chemorepels Uncrossed Axons in the Vertebrate Brain. Neuron 14, 1083-1093.

  15. Shirasaki, R., Tamada, A., Katsumata, R., and Murakami, F. (1995). Guidance of Cerebellofugal Axons in the Rat Embryo: Directed Growth toward the Floor Plate and Subsequent Elongation along the Longitudinal Axis. Neuron 14, 961-972.

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