Nicolas Grillet

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Molecular Genetics of the inner ear
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Lee HY, Raphael PD, Xia A, et al. (2016) Two-Dimensional Cochlear Micromechanics Measured In Vivo Demonstrate Radial Tuning within the Mouse Organ of Corti. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 8160-73
Mendus D, Sundaresan S, Grillet N, et al. (2014) Thrombospondins 1 and 2 are important for afferent synapse formation and function in the inner ear. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 39: 1256-67
Xiong W, Grillet N, Elledge HM, et al. (2012) TMHS is an integral component of the mechanotransduction machinery of cochlear hair cells. Cell. 151: 1283-95
Webb SW, Grillet N, Andrade LR, et al. (2011) Regulation of PCDH15 function in mechanosensory hair cells by alternative splicing of the cytoplasmic domain. Development (Cambridge, England). 138: 1607-17
Borck G, Ur Rehman A, Lee K, et al. (2011) Loss-of-function mutations of ILDR1 cause autosomal-recessive hearing impairment DFNB42. American Journal of Human Genetics. 88: 127-37
Grillet N, Schwander M, Hildebrand MS, et al. (2009) Mutations in LOXHD1, an evolutionarily conserved stereociliary protein, disrupt hair cell function in mice and cause progressive hearing loss in humans. American Journal of Human Genetics. 85: 328-37
Grillet N, Kazmierczak P, Xiong W, et al. (2009) The mechanotransduction machinery of hair cells. Science Signaling. 2: pt5
Grillet N, Xiong W, Reynolds A, et al. (2009) Harmonin mutations cause mechanotransduction defects in cochlear hair cells. Neuron. 62: 375-87
Iankova I, Chavey C, Clapé C, et al. (2008) Regulator of G protein signaling-4 controls fatty acid and glucose homeostasis. Endocrinology. 149: 5706-12
Schwander M, Sczaniecka A, Grillet N, et al. (2007) A forward genetics screen in mice identifies recessive deafness traits and reveals that pejvakin is essential for outer hair cell function. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 27: 2163-75
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