Peter McCaffery

University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Cell Biology
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Yann Mineur collaborator 2006- University of Aberdeen
Wim E. Crusio collaborator 2002-2005 CNRS
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Kouchmeshky A, Goodman T, Whiting A, et al. (2020) Tissue localization of retinoic acid receptor (RAR) active drugs. Methods in Enzymology. 637: 513-538
Stoney PN, Fragoso YD, Saeed RB, et al. (2015) Expression of the retinoic acid catabolic enzyme CYP26B1 in the human brain to maintain signaling homeostasis. Brain Structure & Function
Fragoso YD, Stoney PN, Shearer KD, et al. (2015) Expression in the human brain of retinoic acid induced 1, a protein associated with neurobehavioural disorders. Brain Structure & Function. 220: 1195-203
Goodman T, Crandall JE, Nanescu SE, et al. (2012) Patterning of retinoic acid signaling and cell proliferation in the hippocampus. Hippocampus. 22: 2171-83
Shearer KD, Stoney PN, Nanescu SE, et al. (2012) Photoperiodic expression of two RALDH enzymes and the regulation of cell proliferation by retinoic acid in the rat hypothalamus. Journal of Neurochemistry. 122: 789-99
Evans JE, McCaffery P. (2010) HPLC/MS(N) analysis of retinoids. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 652: 149-62
Silvestri C, Narimatsu M, von Both I, et al. (2008) Genome-wide identification of Smad/Foxh1 targets reveals a role for Foxh1 in retinoic acid regulation and forebrain development. Developmental Cell. 14: 411-23
McCaffery P, Simons C. (2007) Prospective teratology of retinoic acid metabolic blocking agents (RAMBAs) and loss of CYP26 activity. Current Pharmaceutical Design. 13: 3020-37
McCaffery P, Zhang J, Crandall JE. (2006) Retinoic acid signaling and function in the adult hippocampus. Journal of Neurobiology. 66: 780-91
McCaffery P, Koul O, Smith D, et al. (2004) Ethanol increases retinoic acid production in cerebellar astrocytes and in cerebellum. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research. 153: 233-41
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