Francois P. Guillemot

MRC National Institute for Medical Research, London, England, United Kingdom 
"Francois Guillemot"
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Frederico B, Martins I, Chapela D, et al. (2022) DNGR-1-tracing marks an ependymal cell subset with damage-responsive neural stem cell potential. Developmental Cell. 57: 1957-1975.e9
Lattke M, Guillemot F. (2022) Understanding astrocyte differentiation: Clinical relevance, technical challenges, and new opportunities in the omics era. Wires Mechanisms of Disease. e1557
Kerloch T, Farrugia F, Bouit L, et al. (2021) The atypical Rho GTPase Rnd2 is critical for dentate granule neuron development and anxiety-like behavior during adult but not neonatal neurogenesis. Molecular Psychiatry
Lattke M, Goldstone R, Ellis JK, et al. (2021) Extensive transcriptional and chromatin changes underlie astrocyte maturation in vivo and in culture. Nature Communications. 12: 4335
Magno L, Asgarian Z, Pendolino V, et al. (2021) Transient developmental imbalance of cortical interneuron subtypes presages long-term changes in behavior. Cell Reports. 35: 109249
Ito N, Riyadh MA, Ahmad SAI, et al. (2021) Dysfunction of the proteoglycan Tsukushi causes hydrocephalus through altered neurogenesis in the subventricular zone in mice. Science Translational Medicine. 13
Harris L, Rigo P, Stiehl T, et al. (2021) Coordinated changes in cellular behavior ensure the lifelong maintenance of the hippocampal stem cell population. Cell Stem Cell
Bottes S, Jaeger BN, Pilz GA, et al. (2020) Long-term self-renewing stem cells in the adult mouse hippocampus identified by intravital imaging. Nature Neuroscience
Liu D, Kousa AI, O'Neill KE, et al. (2020) Canonical Notch signaling controls the early thymic epithelial progenitor cell state and emergence of the medullary epithelial lineage in fetal thymus development. Development (Cambridge, England)
Urbán N, Blomfield IM, Guillemot F. (2019) Quiescence of Adult Mammalian Neural Stem Cells: A Highly Regulated Rest Neuron. 104: 834-848
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