Michael W. Baker

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University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
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Hsu CC, Baker MW, Gaasterland T, et al. (2017) Top-Down Atmospheric Ionization Mass Spectrometry Microscopy Combined With Proteogenomics. Analytical Chemistry
Baker MW, Macagno ER. (2016) Gap Junction Proteins and the Wiring (Rewiring) of Neuronal Circuits. Developmental Neurobiology
Baker MW, Macagno ER. (2014) Control of neuronal morphology and connectivity: emerging developmental roles for gap junctional proteins. Febs Letters. 588: 1470-9
Baker MW, Yazdani N, Macagno ER. (2013) Gap junction-dependent homolog avoidance in the developing CNS. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 33: 16673-83
Yazdani N, Firme CP, Macagno ER, et al. (2013) Expression of a dominant negative mutant innexin in identified neurons and glial cells reveals selective interactions among gap junctional proteins. Developmental Neurobiology. 73: 571-86
Firme CP, Natan RG, Yazdani N, et al. (2012) Ectopic expression of select innexins in individual central neurons couples them to pre-existing neuronal or glial networks that express the same innexin. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 32: 14265-70
Kandarian B, Sethi J, Wu A, et al. (2012) The medicinal leech genome encodes 21 innexin genes: Different combinations are expressed by identified central neurons Development Genes and Evolution. 222: 29-44
Sethi J, Zhao B, Cuvillier-Hot V, et al. (2010) The receptor protein tyrosine phosphatase HmLAR1 is up-regulated in the CNS of the adult medicinal leech following injury and is required for neuronal sprouting and regeneration. Molecular and Cellular Neurosciences. 45: 430-8
Baker MW, Macagno ER. (2010) Expression levels of a LAR-like receptor protein tyrosine phosphatase correlate with neuronal branching and arbor density in the medicinal leech. Developmental Biology. 344: 346-57
Baker MW, Peterson SM, Macagno ER. (2008) The receptor phosphatase HmLAR2 collaborates with focal adhesion proteins in filopodial tips to control growth cone morphology. Developmental Biology. 320: 215-25
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