2001 publication highlights

Selected publications for 2001, alphabetically by first author.

Collinson JM, Quinn JC, Buchanan MA, Kaufman MH, Wedden SE, West JD, Hill RE (2001) Primary defects in the lens underlie complex anterior segment abnormalities of the Pax6 heterozygous eye. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 98: 9688-9693.

Hannan AJ, Blakemore C, Katsnelson A, Vitalis T, Huber KM, Bear M, Roder J, Kim D, Shin HS, Kind PC (2001) PLC-beta 1, activated via mGluRs, mediates activity-dependent differentiation in cerebral cortex. Nature Neuroscience 4: 282-288.

Kirby RJ, Hamilton GM, Finnegan DJ, Johnson KJ, Jarman AP (2001) Drosophila homolog of the myotonic dystrophy-associated gene, SIX5, is required for muscle and gonad development. Current Biology 11: 1044-1049.

Masuzaki H, Paterson J, Shinyama H, Morton NM, Mullins JJ, Seckl JR, Flier JS (2001) A transgenic model of visceral obesity and the metabolic syndrome. Science 294: 2166-2170.

Mitchell DE, Gingras G, Kind PC (2001) Initial recovery of vision after early monocular deprivation in kittens is faster when both eyes are open. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 98: 11662-11667.

Paige AJ, Taylor KJ, Taylor C, Hillier SG, Farrington S, Scott D, Porteous DJ, Smyth JF, Gabra H, Watson JE (2001) WWOX: a candidate tumor suppressor gene involved in multiple tumor types. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 98: 11417-11422.

Rosay P, Armstrong JD, Wang ZS Kaiser K (2001) Synchronized neural activity in the Drosophila memory centers and its modulation by amnesiac. Neuron 30: 759-770.

Stancheva I, Hensey C Meehan RR (2001) Loss of the maintenance methyltransferase, xDnmt1, induces apoptosis in Xenopus embryos. EMBO Journal 20: 1963-1973.

Yau JLW, Noble J, Kenyon CJ, Hibberd C, Kotelevtsev Y, Mullins JJ, Seckl JR (2001) Lack of tissue glucocorticoid reactivation in 11ß-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase type 1 knockout mice ameliorates age-related learning impairments. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 98: 4716-4721.


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