Grant Mastick

Biology Dept University of Nevada, Reno, Reno, NV, United States 
Brain development
"Grant Mastick"
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Bjorke B, Weller KG, Jones LE, et al. (2021) Oculomotor nerve guidance and terminal branching requires interactions with differentiating extraocular muscles. Developmental Biology
Kellermeyer R, Heydman LM, Gillis T, et al. (2020) Proteolytic cleavage of Slit by the Tolkin protease converts an axon repulsion cue to an axon growth cue . Development (Cambridge, England)
Gruner HN, Kim M, Mastick GS. (2019) Robo1 and 2 repellent receptors cooperate to guide facial neuron cell migration and axon projections in the embryonic mouse hindbrain. Neuroscience
Kellermeyer R, Heydman LM, Mastick GS, et al. (2018) The Role of Apoptotic Signaling in Axon Guidance. Journal of Developmental Biology. 6
Kim M, Bjorke B, Mastick GS. (2017) Motor neuron migration and positioning mechanisms: new roles for guidance cues. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology
Kim M, Fontelonga TM, Lee CH, et al. (2017) Motor axons are guided to exit points in the spinal cord by Slit and Netrin signals. Developmental Biology
Kim KT, Kim N, Kim HK, et al. (2016) ISL1-based LIM complexes control Slit2 transcription in developing cranial motor neurons. Scientific Reports. 6: 36491
Bjorke B, Shoja-Taheri F, Kim M, et al. (2016) Contralateral migration of oculomotor neurons is regulated by Slit/Robo signaling. Neural Development. 11: 18
Kim M, Fontelonga T, Roesener AP, et al. (2015) Motor neuron cell bodies are actively positioned by Slit/Robo repulsion and Netrin/DCC attraction. Developmental Biology. 399: 68-79
Moreno-Bravo JA, Martinez-Lopez JE, Madrigal MP, et al. (2014) Developmental guidance of the retroflex tract at its bending point involves Robo1-Slit2-mediated floor plate repulsion. Brain Structure & Function
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