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Sheng-zhi Wang, Leena A Ibrahim, Young J Kim, Daniel A Gibson, Haiwen C Leung, Wei Yuan, Ke K Zhang, Huizhong W Tao, Le Ma, Li I Zhang. J Neurosci 2013
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110 articles co-cited >1



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Otic mesenchyme cells regulate spiral ganglion axon fasciculation through a Pou3f4/EphA4 signaling pathway.
Thomas M Coate, Steven Raft, Xiumei Zhao, Aimee K Ryan, E Bryan Crenshaw, Matthew W Kelley. Neuron 2012
53
36



Developmental profiling of spiral ganglion neurons reveals insights into auditory circuit assembly.
Cindy C Lu, Jessica M Appler, E Andres Houseman, Lisa V Goodrich. J Neurosci 2011
98
22

Ephrin-A5/EphA4 signalling controls specific afferent targeting to cochlear hair cells.
Jean Defourny, Anne-Lise Poirrier, François Lallemend, Susana Mateo Sánchez, Jakob Neef, Pierre Vanderhaeghen, Eduardo Soriano, Christiane Peuckert, Klas Kullander, Bernd Fritzsch,[...]. Nat Commun 2013
49
22

Auditory neurons make stereotyped wiring decisions before maturation of their targets.
Edmund J Koundakjian, Jessica L Appler, Lisa V Goodrich. J Neurosci 2007
124
22

Gata3 is a critical regulator of cochlear wiring.
Jessica M Appler, Cindy C Lu, Noah R Druckenbrod, Wei-Ming Yu, Edmund J Koundakjian, Lisa V Goodrich. J Neurosci 2013
62
18

Cochleovestibular nerve development is integrated with migratory neural crest cells.
Lisa L Sandell, Naomi E Butler Tjaden, Amanda J Barlow, Paul A Trainor. Dev Biol 2014
38
18

Spatiotemporal definition of neurite outgrowth, refinement and retraction in the developing mouse cochlea.
Lin-Chien Huang, Peter R Thorne, Gary D Housley, Johanna M Montgomery. Development 2007
99
18

A non-canonical pathway from cochlea to brain signals tissue-damaging noise.
Emma N Flores, Anne Duggan, Thomas Madathany, Ann K Hogan, Freddie G Márquez, Gagan Kumar, Rebecca P Seal, Robert H Edwards, M Charles Liberman, Jaime García-Añoveros. Curr Biol 2015
72
18

Hair cell innervation by spiral ganglion neurons in the mouse.
A M Berglund, D K Ryugo. J Comp Neurol 1987
120
18

Neuropilin-2/Semaphorin-3F-mediated repulsion promotes inner hair cell innervation by spiral ganglion neurons.
Thomas M Coate, Nathalie A Spita, Kaidi D Zhang, Kevin T Isgrig, Matthew W Kelley. Elife 2015
35
18

Disruption of ephrin B/Eph B interaction results in abnormal cochlear innervation patterns.
Constance Q Zhou, James Lee, Mark J Henkemeyer, Kenneth H Lee. Laryngoscope 2011
19
15


Slit/Robo signaling modulates the proliferation of central nervous system progenitors.
Víctor Borrell, Adrián Cárdenas, Gabriele Ciceri, Joan Galcerán, Nuria Flames, Ramón Pla, Sandrina Nóbrega-Pereira, Cristina García-Frigola, Sandra Peregrín, Zhen Zhao,[...]. Neuron 2012
86
13

The molecular basis of making spiral ganglion neurons and connecting them to hair cells of the organ of Corti.
Tian Yang, Jennifer Kersigo, Israt Jahan, Ning Pan, Bernd Fritzsch. Hear Res 2011
72
13

Complementary roles of BDNF and NT-3 in vestibular and auditory development.
P Ernfors, T Van De Water, J Loring, R Jaenisch. Neuron 1995
364
13


A disorganized innervation of the inner ear persists in the absence of ErbB2.
Jacqueline K Morris, Adel Maklad, Laura A Hansen, Feng Feng, Christian Sorensen, Kuo-Fen Lee, Wendy B Macklin, Bernd Fritzsch. Brain Res 2006
57
13


Spatial shaping of cochlear innervation by temporally regulated neurotrophin expression.
I Fariñas, K R Jones, L Tessarollo, A J Vigers, E Huang, M Kirstein, D C de Caprona, V Coppola, C Backus, L F Reichardt,[...]. J Neurosci 2001
223
13


Dual embryonic origin of the mammalian otic vesicle forming the inner ear.
Laina Freyer, Vimla Aggarwal, Bernice E Morrow. Development 2011
65
13

Smaller inner ear sensory epithelia in Neurog 1 null mice are related to earlier hair cell cycle exit.
V Matei, S Pauley, S Kaing, D Rowitch, K W Beisel, K Morris, F Feng, K Jones, J Lee, B Fritzsch. Dev Dyn 2005
281
13

Glial but not neuronal development in the cochleo-vestibular ganglion requires Sox10.
Ingrid Breuskin, Morgan Bodson, Nicolas Thelen, Marc Thiry, Laurence Borgs, Laurent Nguyen, Claus Stolt, Michael Wegner, Philippe P Lefebvre, Brigitte Malgrange. J Neurochem 2010
38
13

Cranial neural crest cells form corridors prefiguring sensory neuroblast migration.
Sabine Freter, Stephen J Fleenor, Rasmus Freter, Karen J Liu, Jo Begbie. Development 2013
33
13

Targeted deletion of Sox10 by Wnt1-cre defects neuronal migration and projection in the mouse inner ear.
YanYan Mao, Simone Reiprich, Michael Wegner, Bernd Fritzsch. PLoS One 2014
43
13


A robust and high-throughput Cre reporting and characterization system for the whole mouse brain.
Linda Madisen, Theresa A Zwingman, Susan M Sunkin, Seung Wook Oh, Hatim A Zariwala, Hong Gu, Lydia L Ng, Richard D Palmiter, Michael J Hawrylycz, Allan R Jones,[...]. Nat Neurosci 2010
13

Characterization of the transcriptome of nascent hair cells and identification of direct targets of the Atoh1 transcription factor.
Tiantian Cai, Hsin-I Jen, Hyojin Kang, Tiemo J Klisch, Huda Y Zoghbi, Andrew K Groves. J Neurosci 2015
79
13

Gene Expression by Mouse Inner Ear Hair Cells during Development.
Déborah I Scheffer, Jun Shen, David P Corey, Zheng-Yi Chen. J Neurosci 2015
174
13

Type II spiral ganglion afferent neurons drive medial olivocochlear reflex suppression of the cochlear amplifier.
Kristina E Froud, Ann Chi Yan Wong, Jennie M E Cederholm, Matthias Klugmann, Shaun L Sandow, Jean-Pierre Julien, Allen F Ryan, Gary D Housley. Nat Commun 2015
44
13


Molecular anatomy of the hair cell's ribbon synapse.
Revathy C Uthaiah, A J Hudspeth. J Neurosci 2010
75
13

The postsynaptic function of type II cochlear afferents.
Catherine Weisz, Elisabeth Glowatzki, Paul Fuchs. Nature 2009
92
13

Lack of Bdnf and TrkB signalling in the postnatal cochlea leads to a spatial reshaping of innervation along the tonotopic axis and hearing loss.
Thomas Schimmang, Justin Tan, Marcus Müller, Ulrike Zimmermann, Karin Rohbock, Iris Kôpschall, Annette Limberger, Liliana Minichiello, Marlies Knipper. Development 2003
102
13


Unmyelinated type II afferent neurons report cochlear damage.
Chang Liu, Elisabeth Glowatzki, Paul Albert Fuchs. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2015
62
13

Slit-mediated repulsion is a key regulator of motor axon pathfinding in the hindbrain.
Rachel Hammond, Valerie Vivancos, Arifa Naeem, John Chilton, Elvira Mambetisaeva, William Andrews, Vasi Sundaresan, Sarah Guthrie. Development 2005
60
9

Netrins are diffusible chemotropic factors for commissural axons in the embryonic spinal cord.
T E Kennedy, T Serafini, J R de la Torre, M Tessier-Lavigne. Cell 1994
9



Moving away from the midline: new developments for Slit and Robo.
Athena R Ypsilanti, Yvrick Zagar, Alain Chédotal. Development 2010
160
9

Expression of nerve growth factor (NGF) receptors in the developing inner ear of chick and rat.
C S von Bartheld, S L Patterson, J G Heuer, E F Wheeler, M Bothwell, E W Rubel. Development 1991
99
9

Spatial and temporal segregation of auditory and vestibular neurons in the otic placode.
Donald Bell, Andrea Streit, Itziar Gorospe, Isabel Varela-Nieto, Berta Alsina, Fernando Giraldez. Dev Biol 2008
56
9


Neuropilin-1 conveys semaphorin and VEGF signaling during neural and cardiovascular development.
Chenghua Gu, E Rene Rodriguez, Dorothy V Reimert, Tianzhi Shu, Bernd Fritzsch, Linda J Richards, Alex L Kolodkin, David D Ginty. Dev Cell 2003
512
9

Immortalized mouse inner ear cell lines demonstrate a role for chemokines in promoting the growth of developing statoacoustic ganglion neurons.
Lynne M Bianchi, Zeeba Daruwalla, Therese M Roth, Naweah P Attia, Nicholas W Lukacs, Ayo-Lynn Richards, Ian O White, Susan J Allen, Kate F Barald. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol 2005
21
9


Axon guidance in the inner ear.
Donna M Fekete, Andrea M Campero. Int J Dev Biol 2007
48
9


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