Diana S. Himmelstein, Ph.D.

2011 Neuroscience Institute Graduate Program Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
Molecular Neuroscience
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Jhumku Kohtz grad student 2011 Northwestern
 (Mechanisms Regulating Sonic Hedgehog Signaling in the Developing Embryo.)
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Himmelstein DS, Cajigas I, Bi C, et al. (2017) SHH E176/E177-Zn(2+) conformation is required for signaling at endogenous sites. Developmental Biology
Himmelstein DS, Bi C, Clark BS, et al. (2010) Balanced Shh signaling is required for proper formation and maintenance of dorsal telencephalic midline structures. Bmc Developmental Biology. 10: 118
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