Guillermo Lanuza

Leloir Inst 
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Mean distance: 19.04 (cluster 11)
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Sartoretti MM, Campetella CA, Lanuza GM. (2022) Dbx1 controls the development of astrocytes of the intermediate spinal cord by modulating Notch signaling. Development (Cambridge, England). 149
Di Bella DJ, Carcagno AL, Bartolomeu ML, et al. (2019) Ascl1 Balances Neuronal versus Ependymal Fate in the Spinal Cord Central Canal. Cell Reports. 28: 2264-2274.e3
Schinder AF, Lanuza GM. (2018) Whispering neurons fuel cortical highways. Science (New York, N.Y.). 360: 265-266
Gosgnach S, Bikoff JB, Dougherty KJ, et al. (2017) Delineating the Diversity of Spinal Interneurons in Locomotor Circuits. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 37: 10835-10841
Petracca YL, Sartoretti MM, Di Bella DJ, et al. (2016) The late and dual origin of cerebrospinal fluid-contacting neurons in the mouse spinal cord. Development (Cambridge, England)
Blacklaws J, Deska-Gauthier D, Jones CT, et al. (2015) Sim1 is required for the migration and axonal projections of V3 interneurons in the developing mouse spinal cord. Developmental Neurobiology
Carcagno AL, Di Bella DJ, Goulding M, et al. (2014) Neurogenin3 restricts serotonergic neuron differentiation to the hindbrain. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 15223-33
Zhang J, Lanuza GM, Britz O, et al. (2014) V1 and v2b interneurons secure the alternating flexor-extensor motor activity mice require for limbed locomotion. Neuron. 82: 138-50
Dyck J, Lanuza GM, Gosgnach S. (2012) Functional characterization of dI6 interneurons in the neonatal mouse spinal cord. Journal of Neurophysiology. 107: 3256-66
Liang X, Song MR, Xu Z, et al. (2011) Isl1 is required for multiple aspects of motor neuron development. Molecular and Cellular Neurosciences. 47: 215-22
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