Ralph Imondi

Affiliations: 
Coastal Marine Biolabs, Ventura, CA, United States 
Area:
Developmental Neurobiology
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Zaven Kaprielian grad student 2001 Yeshiva University
 (Commissural axon pathfinding on the contralateral side of the vertebrate midline.)
John B. Thomas post-doc Salk Institute
S. Lawrence Zipursky post-doc UCLA
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Imondi R, Jevince AR, Helms AW, et al. (2007) Mis-expression of L1 on pre-crossing spinal commissural axons disrupts pathfinding at the ventral midline. Molecular and Cellular Neurosciences. 36: 462-71
Imondi R, Thomas JB. (2003) Neuroscience. The ups and downs of Wnt signaling. Science (New York, N.Y.). 302: 1903-4
Imondi R, Kaprielian Z. (2001) Commissural axon pathfinding on the contralateral side of the floor plate: a role for B-class ephrins in specifying the dorsoventral position of longitudinally projecting commissural axons. Development (Cambridge, England). 128: 4859-71
Kaprielian Z, Runko E, Imondi R. (2001) Axon guidance at the midline choice point. Developmental Dynamics : An Official Publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 221: 154-81
Kaprielian Z, Imondi R, Runko E. (2000) Axon guidance at the midline of the developing CNS. The Anatomical Record. 261: 176-97
Imondi R, Wideman C, Kaprielian Z. (2000) Complementary expression of transmembrane ephrins and their receptors in the mouse spinal cord: a possible role in constraining the orientation of longitudinally projecting axons. Development (Cambridge, England). 127: 1397-410
Zhu Q, Runko E, Imondi R, et al. (1998) New cell surface marker of the rat floor plate and notochord. Developmental Dynamics : An Official Publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 211: 314-26
Imondi RL, Floody OR. (1998) Separation of septal influences on lordosis, ultrasound production, and body weight. Physiology & Behavior. 63: 481-8
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