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L Erskine, S E Williams, K Brose, T Kidd, R A Rachel, C S Goodman, M Tessier-Lavigne, C A Mason. J Neurosci 2000
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Slit1 and Slit2 cooperate to prevent premature midline crossing of retinal axons in the mouse visual system.
Andrew S Plump, Lynda Erskine, Christelle Sabatier, Katja Brose, Charles J Epstein, Corey S Goodman, Carol A Mason, Marc Tessier-Lavigne. Neuron 2002
320
55

Ephrin-B2 and EphB1 mediate retinal axon divergence at the optic chiasm.
Scott E Williams, Fanny Mann, Lynda Erskine, Takeshi Sakurai, Shiniu Wei, Derrick J Rossi, Nicholas W Gale, Christine E Holt, Carol A Mason, Mark Henkemeyer. Neuron 2003
239
35

Slit2 is a repellent for retinal ganglion cell axons.
S P Niclou, L Jia, J A Raper. J Neurosci 2000
133
32

Slit inhibition of retinal axon growth and its role in retinal axon pathfinding and innervation patterns in the diencephalon.
T Ringstedt, J E Braisted, K Brose, T Kidd, C Goodman, M Tessier-Lavigne, D D O'Leary. J Neurosci 2000
117
29

Zic2 patterns binocular vision by specifying the uncrossed retinal projection.
Eloísa Herrera, Lucia Brown, Jun Aruga, Rivka A Rachel, Gül Dolen, Katsuhiko Mikoshiba, Stephen Brown, Carol A Mason. Cell 2003
181
23

Netrin-1 and DCC mediate axon guidance locally at the optic disc: loss of function leads to optic nerve hypoplasia.
M S Deiner, T E Kennedy, A Fazeli, T Serafini, M Tessier-Lavigne, D W Sretavan. Neuron 1997
332
22

Slit proteins bind Robo receptors and have an evolutionarily conserved role in repulsive axon guidance.
K Brose, K S Bland, K H Wang, D Arnott, W Henzel, C S Goodman, M Tessier-Lavigne, T Kidd. Cell 1999
889
22

Slits contribute to the guidance of retinal ganglion cell axons in the mammalian optic tract.
Hannah Thompson, David Barker, Olivier Camand, Lynda Erskine. Dev Biol 2006
35
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Slit proteins prevent midline crossing and determine the dorsoventral position of major axonal pathways in the mammalian forebrain.
Anil Bagri, Oscar Marín, Andrew S Plump, Judy Mak, Samuel J Pleasure, John L R Rubenstein, Marc Tessier-Lavigne. Neuron 2002
326
18

Ephrin-B regulates the Ipsilateral routing of retinal axons at the optic chiasm.
S Nakagawa, C Brennan, K G Johnson, D Shewan, W A Harris, C E Holt. Neuron 2000
145
18

A role for Nr-CAM in the patterning of binocular visual pathways.
Scott E Williams, Martin Grumet, David R Colman, Mark Henkemeyer, Carol A Mason, Takeshi Sakurai. Neuron 2006
64
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astray, a zebrafish roundabout homolog required for retinal axon guidance.
C Fricke, J S Lee, S Geiger-Rudolph, F Bonhoeffer, C B Chien. Science 2001
148
17

Foxd1 is required for proper formation of the optic chiasm.
Eloísa Herrera, Riva Marcus, Suzanne Li, Scott E Williams, Lynda Erskine, Eseng Lai, Carol Mason. Development 2004
78
21

Mammalian brain morphogenesis and midline axon guidance require heparan sulfate.
Masaru Inatani, Fumitoshi Irie, Andrew S Plump, Marc Tessier-Lavigne, Yu Yamaguchi. Science 2003
325
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Slit proteins regulate distinct aspects of retinal ganglion cell axon guidance within dorsal and ventral retina.
Hannah Thompson, Olivier Camand, David Barker, Lynda Erskine. J Neurosci 2006
46
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Growth-cone attraction to netrin-1 is converted to repulsion by laminin-1.
V H Höpker, D Shewan, M Tessier-Lavigne, M Poo, C Holt. Nature 1999
382
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Control of retinal ganglion cell axon growth: a new role for Sonic hedgehog.
F Trousse, E Martí, P Gruss, M Torres, P Bovolenta. Development 2001
128
16

Vertebrate slit, a secreted ligand for the transmembrane protein roundabout, is a repellent for olfactory bulb axons.
H S Li, J H Chen, W Wu, T Fagaly, L Zhou, W Yuan, S Dupuis, Z H Jiang, W Nash, C Gick,[...]. Cell 1999
371
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Roundabout controls axon crossing of the CNS midline and defines a novel subfamily of evolutionarily conserved guidance receptors.
T Kidd, K Brose, K J Mitchell, R D Fetter, M Tessier-Lavigne, C S Goodman, G Tear. Cell 1998
684
14

Pax2 contributes to inner ear patterning and optic nerve trajectory.
M Torres, E Gómez-Pardo, P Gruss. Development 1996
447
14


Robos are required for the correct targeting of retinal ganglion cell axons in the visual pathway of the brain.
Céline Plachez, William Andrews, Anastasia Liapi, Bernd Knoell, Uwe Drescher, Baljinder Mankoo, Liu Zhe, Elvira Mambetisaeva, Adelaide Annan, Lawrence Bannister,[...]. Mol Cell Neurosci 2008
33
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Invariant Sema5A inhibition serves an ensheathing function during optic nerve development.
Stephen F Oster, MacDara O Bodeker, Fengling He, David W Sretavan. Development 2003
70
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Conserved roles for Slit and Robo proteins in midline commissural axon guidance.
Hua Long, Christelle Sabatier, Le Ma, Andrew Plump, Wenlin Yuan, David M Ornitz, Atsushi Tamada, Fujio Murakami, Corey S Goodman, Marc Tessier-Lavigne. Neuron 2004
325
12

Biochemical purification of a mammalian slit protein as a positive regulator of sensory axon elongation and branching.
K H Wang, K Brose, D Arnott, T Kidd, C S Goodman, W Henzel, M Tessier-Lavigne. Cell 1999
382
12

Signaling mechanisms underlying Slit2-induced collapse of Xenopus retinal growth cones.
Michael Piper, Richard Anderson, Asha Dwivedy, Christine Weinl, Francis van Horck, Kin Mei Leung, Emily Cogill, Christine Holt. Neuron 2006
212
12


Slit2-Mediated chemorepulsion and collapse of developing forebrain axons.
K T Nguyen Ba-Charvet, K Brose, V Marillat, T Kidd, C S Goodman, M Tessier-Lavigne, C Sotelo, A Chédotal. Neuron 1999
213
11

The winged helix transcription factor Foxg1 facilitates retinal ganglion cell axon crossing of the ventral midline in the mouse.
Thomas Pratt, Natasha M M-L Tian, T Ian Simpson, John O Mason, David J Price. Development 2004
48
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belladonna/(Ihx2) is required for neural patterning and midline axon guidance in the zebrafish forebrain.
Anandita Seth, James Culverwell, Mitchell Walkowicz, Sabrina Toro, Jens M Rick, Stephan C F Neuhauss, Zoltan M Varga, Rolf O Karlstrom. Development 2006
74
14



VEGF signaling through neuropilin 1 guides commissural axon crossing at the optic chiasm.
Lynda Erskine, Susan Reijntjes, Thomas Pratt, Laura Denti, Quenten Schwarz, Joaquim M Vieira, Bennett Alakakone, Derryck Shewan, Christiana Ruhrberg. Neuron 2011
109
11

Optic chiasm presentation of Semaphorin6D in the context of Plexin-A1 and Nr-CAM promotes retinal axon midline crossing.
Takaaki Kuwajima, Yutaka Yoshida, Noriko Takegahara, Timothy J Petros, Atsushi Kumanogoh, Thomas M Jessell, Takeshi Sakurai, Carol Mason. Neuron 2012
70
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Axon sorting in the optic tract requires HSPG synthesis by ext2 (dackel) and extl3 (boxer).
Jeong-Soo Lee, Sophia von der Hardt, Melissa A Rusch, Sally E Stringer, Heather L Stickney, William S Talbot, Robert Geisler, Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard, Scott B Selleck, Chi-Bin Chien,[...]. Neuron 2004
127
10

Semaphorin 5A is a bifunctional axon guidance cue regulated by heparan and chondroitin sulfate proteoglycans.
David B Kantor, Onanong Chivatakarn, Katherine L Peer, Stephen F Oster, Masaru Inatani, Michael J Hansen, John G Flanagan, Yu Yamaguchi, David W Sretavan, Roman J Giger,[...]. Neuron 2004
283
10


Molecular gradients and development of retinotopic maps.
Todd McLaughlin, Dennis D M O'Leary. Annu Rev Neurosci 2005
303
10

The divergent Robo family protein rig-1/Robo3 is a negative regulator of slit responsiveness required for midline crossing by commissural axons.
Christelle Sabatier, Andrew S Plump, Le Ma, Katja Brose, Atsushi Tamada, Fujio Murakami, Eva Y-H P Lee, Marc Tessier-Lavigne. Cell 2004
303
10

EphB forward signaling controls directional branch extension and arborization required for dorsal-ventral retinotopic mapping.
Robert Hindges, Todd McLaughlin, Nicolas Genoud, Mark Henkemeyer, Dennis D M O'Leary. Neuron 2002
238
10


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