Thomas A. Reh

University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
developmental neurobiology
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Todd L, Jenkins W, Finkbeiner C, et al. (2022) Reprogramming Müller glia to regenerate ganglion-like cells in adult mouse retina with developmental transcription factors. Science Advances. 8: eabq7219
Palazzo I, Todd LJ, Hoang TV, et al. (2022) NFkB-signaling promotes glial reactivity and suppresses Müller glia-mediated neuron regeneration in the mammalian retina. Glia. 70: 1380-1401
Finkbeiner C, Ortuño-Lizarán I, Sridhar A, et al. (2022) Single-cell ATAC-seq of fetal human retina and stem-cell-derived retinal organoids shows changing chromatin landscapes during cell fate acquisition. Cell Reports. 38: 110294
Todd L, Hooper MJ, Haugan AK, et al. (2021) Efficient stimulation of retinal regeneration from Müller glia in adult mice using combinations of proneural bHLH transcription factors. Cell Reports. 37: 109857
Todd L, Reh TA. (2021) Comparative Biology of Vertebrate Retinal Regeneration: Restoration of Vision through Cellular Reprogramming. Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology
Eldred KC, Reh TA. (2021) Human retinal model systems: Strengths, weaknesses, and future directions. Developmental Biology. 480: 114-122
VandenBosch LS, Wohl SG, Wilken MS, et al. (2020) Developmental changes in the accessible chromatin, transcriptome and Ascl1-binding correlate with the loss in Müller Glial regenerative potential. Scientific Reports. 10: 13615
Jorstad NL, Wilken MS, Todd L, et al. (2020) STAT Signaling Modifies Ascl1 Chromatin Binding and Limits Neural Regeneration from Muller Glia in Adult Mouse Retina. Cell Reports. 30: 2195-2208.e5
Sridhar A, Hoshino A, Finkbeiner CR, et al. (2020) Single-Cell Transcriptomic Comparison of Human Fetal Retina, hPSC-Derived Retinal Organoids, and Long-Term Retinal Cultures. Cell Reports. 30: 1644-1659.e4
Wohl SG, Hooper MJ, Reh TA. (2019) MicroRNAs miR-25, let-7 and miR-124 regulate the neurogenic potential of Müller glia in mice. Development (Cambridge, England)
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