Todd E. Anthony, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
 2003 Rockefeller University, New York, NY, United States 
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Genetic dissection of neural circuits that control stress-induced behavioral states
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Nathaniel Heintz grad student 2003 Rockefeller
 (Molecular mechanisms of neural tube closure and neuron-radial glial signaling during neuronal migration.)
David J. Anderson post-doc 2006-2014 Caltech
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Cai H, Haubensak W, Anthony TE, et al. (2014) Central amygdala PKC-δ(+) neurons mediate the influence of multiple anorexigenic signals. Nature Neuroscience. 17: 1240-8
Lee H, Kim DW, Remedios R, et al. (2014) Scalable control of mounting and attack by Esr1+ neurons in the ventromedial hypothalamus. Nature. 509: 627-32
Anthony TE, Dee N, Bernard A, et al. (2014) Control of stress-induced persistent anxiety by an extra-amygdala septohypothalamic circuit. Cell. 156: 522-36
Anthony TE, Heintz N. (2008) Genetic lineage tracing defines distinct neurogenic and gliogenic stages of ventral telencephalic radial glial development. Neural Development. 3: 30
Anthony TE, Heintz N. (2007) The folate metabolic enzyme ALDH1L1 is restricted to the midline of the early CNS, suggesting a role in human neural tube defects. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 500: 368-83
Anthony TE, Heintz N. (2005) Cre-ating somatic cell genetic mosaics in the mouse. Cell. 121: 322-3
Anthony TE, Mason HA, Gridley T, et al. (2005) Brain lipid-binding protein is a direct target of Notch signaling in radial glial cells. Genes & Development. 19: 1028-33
Anthony TE, Klein C, Fishell G, et al. (2004) Radial glia serve as neuronal progenitors in all regions of the central nervous system. Neuron. 41: 881-90
Anthony TE, Azmitia EC. (1997) Molecular characterization of antipeptide antibodies against the 5-HT1A receptor: evidence for state-dependent antibody binding. Brain Research. Molecular Brain Research. 50: 277-84
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