Marysia Placzek

University of Sheffield, Sheffield, England, United Kingdom 
"Marysia Placzek"
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Muthu V, Eachus H, Ellis P, et al. (2016) Rx3 and Shh direct anisotropic growth and specification in the zebrafish tuberal/anterior hypothalamus. Development (Cambridge, England)
Ellis P, Burbridge S, Soubes S, et al. (2015) ProNodal acts via FGFR3 to govern duration of Shh expression in the prechordal mesoderm. Development (Cambridge, England)
Liu F, Placzek M. (2014) Axon guidance effects of classical morphogens Shh and BMP7 in the hypothalamo-pituitary system. Neuroscience Letters. 562: 108-13
Pearson CA, Placzek M. (2013) Development of the medial hypothalamus: forming a functional hypothalamic-neurohypophyseal interface. Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 106: 49-88
Christou YA, Ohyama K, Placzek M, et al. (2013) Wild-type but not mutant SOD1 transgenic astrocytes promote the efficient generation of motor neuron progenitors from mouse embryonic stem cells. Bmc Neuroscience. 14: 126
Liu F, Placzek M, Xu H. (2013) Axon guidance effect of classical morphogens Shh and BMP7 in the hypothalamo-pituitary system. Neuroscience Letters. 553: 104-9
Robins SC, Stewart I, McNay DE, et al. (2013) α-Tanycytes of the adult hypothalamic third ventricle include distinct populations of FGF-responsive neural progenitors. Nature Communications. 4: 2049
Liu F, Pogoda HM, Pearson CA, et al. (2013) Direct and indirect roles of Fgf3 and Fgf10 in innervation and vascularisation of the vertebrate hypothalamic neurohypophysis. Development (Cambridge, England). 140: 1111-22
Pearson CA, Ohyama K, Manning L, et al. (2011) FGF-dependent midline-derived progenitor cells in hypothalamic infundibular development. Development (Cambridge, England). 138: 2613-24
Van Hateren NJ, Das RM, Hautbergue GM, et al. (2011) FatJ acts via the Hippo mediator Yap1 to restrict the size of neural progenitor cell pools. Development (Cambridge, England). 138: 1893-902
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