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Spinal Cord Medicine & Life Sciences
Hedgehogs Medicine & Life Sciences
Interneurons Medicine & Life Sciences
Neural Tube Medicine & Life Sciences
Motor Neurons Medicine & Life Sciences
Vertebrates Medicine & Life Sciences
Central Nervous System Medicine & Life Sciences
Transcription Factors Medicine & Life Sciences

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Research Output 1996 2018

  • 2060 Citations
  • 19 h-Index
  • 25 Article
  • 5 Chapter
  • 4 Review article
  • 2 Comment/debate
6 Citations (Scopus)

Signals from the brain and olfactory epithelium control shaping of the mammalian nasal capsule cartilage

Kaucka, M., Petersen, J., Tesarova, M., Szarowska, B., Kastriti, M. E., Xie, M., Kicheva, A., Annusver, K., Kasper, M., Symmons, O., Pan, L., Spitz, F., Kaiser, J., Hovorakova, M., Zikmund, T., Sunadome, K., Matise, M., Wang, H., Marklund, U., Abdo, H. & 6 others, Ernfors, P., Maire, P., Wurmser, M., Chagin, A. S., Fried, K. & Adameyko, I., Jun 13 2018, In : eLife. 7, e34465.

Rutgers, The State University

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Nasal Cartilages
Olfactory Mucosa
Cartilage
Capsules
Brain
3 Citations (Scopus)

Atrophin protein RERE positively regulates Notch targets in the developing vertebrate spinal cord

Wang, H., Gui, H., Rallo, M. S., Xu, Z. & Matise, M., May 1 2017, In : Journal of neurochemistry. 141, 3, p. 347-357 11 p.

Rutgers, The State University

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Vertebrates
Spinal Cord
Neural Tube
Proteins
Zebrafish
7 Citations (Scopus)
histone deacetylase
Histone Deacetylases
Neurology
central nervous system
Vertebrates
15 Citations (Scopus)
Interneurons
RNA Interference
Signal Transduction
Spinal Cord
Transcription Factors
12 Citations (Scopus)

Mammalian Nkx2.2+ perineurial glia are essential for motor nerve development

Clark, J. K., O'keefe, A., Mastracci, T. L., Sussel, L., Matise, M. & Kucenas, S., Jan 1 2014, In : Developmental Dynamics. 243, 9, p. 1116-1129 14 p.

Rutgers, The State University

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Neuroglia
Peripheral Nerves
Central Nervous System
Blood-Nerve Barrier
Schwann Cells