Lydia Djenoune

Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
Neurobiology, Development, Morphogenesis, Calcium Signaling
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Djenoune L, Tomar R, Dorison A, et al. (2021) Autonomous Calcium Signaling in Human and Zebrafish Podocytes Controls Kidney Filtration Barrier Morphogenesis. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology : Jasn
Quan FB, Desban L, Mirat O, et al. (2020) Somatostatin 1.1 contributes to the innate exploration of zebrafish larva. Scientific Reports. 10: 15235
Sternberg JR, Prendergast AE, Brosse L, et al. (2018) Pkd2l1 is required for mechanoception in cerebrospinal fluid-contacting neurons and maintenance of spine curvature. Nature Communications. 9: 3804
Djenoune L, Wyart C. (2017) Light on a sensory interface linking the cerebrospinal fluid to motor circuits in vertebrates. Journal of Neurogenetics. 31: 113-127
Djenoune L, Desban L, Gomez J, et al. (2017) The dual developmental origin of spinal cerebrospinal fluid-contacting neurons gives rise to distinct functional subtypes. Scientific Reports. 7: 719
Böhm UL, Prendergast A, Djenoune L, et al. (2016) CSF-contacting neurons regulate locomotion by relaying mechanical stimuli to spinal circuits. Nature Communications. 7: 10866
Fidelin K, Djenoune L, Stokes C, et al. (2015) State-Dependent Modulation of Locomotion by GABAergic Spinal Sensory Neurons. Current Biology : Cb. 25: 3035-3047
Quan FB, Dubessy C, Galant S, et al. (2015) Comparative distribution and in vitro activities of the urotensin II-related peptides URP1 and URP2 in zebrafish: evidence for their colocalization in spinal cerebrospinal fluid-contacting neurons. Plos One. 10: e0119290
Djenoune L, Khabou H, Joubert F, et al. (2014) Investigation of spinal cerebrospinal fluid-contacting neurons expressing PKD2L1: evidence for a conserved system from fish to primates. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy. 8: 26
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