Story C. Landis

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Bethesda, MD, United States 
"Story Landis"
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Potter DD, Landis SC, Furshpan EJ. (2008) Adrenergiccholinergic Dual Function in Cultured Sympathetic Neurons of the Rat Development of the Autonomic Nervous System. 123-150
Guidry G, Willison BD, Blakely RD, et al. (2005) Developmental expression of the high affinity choline transporter in cholinergic sympathetic neurons. Autonomic Neuroscience : Basic & Clinical. 123: 54-61
Francis N, Farinas I, Brennan C, et al. (1999) NT-3, like NGF, is required for survival of sympathetic neurons, but not their precursors. Developmental Biology. 210: 411-27
Francis NJ, Landis SC. (1999) Cellular and molecular determinants of sympathetic neuron development. Annual Review of Neuroscience. 22: 541-66
Habecker BA, Symes AJ, Stahl N, et al. (1997) A sweat gland-derived differentiation activity acts through known cytokine signaling pathways. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 272: 30421-8
Habecker BA, Asmus SA, Francis N, et al. (1997) Target regulation of VIP expression in sympathetic neurons. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 814: 198-208
Francis NJ, Asmus SE, Landis SC. (1997) CNTF and LIF are not required for the target-directed acquisition of cholinergic and peptidergic properties by sympathetic neurons in vivo. Developmental Biology. 182: 76-87
Fagan AM, Zhang H, Landis S, et al. (1996) TrkA, but not TrkC, receptors are essential for survival of sympathetic neurons in vivo. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 16: 6208-18
Sun Y, Landis SC, Zigmond RE. (1996) Signals triggering the induction of leukemia inhibitory factor in sympathetic superior cervical ganglia and their nerve trunks after axonal injury. Molecular and Cellular Neurosciences. 7: 152-63
Grant MP, Francis NJ, Landis SC. (1995) The role of acetylcholine in regulating secretory responsiveness in rat sweat glands. Molecular and Cellular Neurosciences. 6: 32-42
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