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List of co-cited articles
1056 articles co-cited >1



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Extreme stretch growth of integrated axons.
Bryan J Pfister, Akira Iwata, David F Meaney, Douglas H Smith. J Neurosci 2004
160
47

The cytomechanics of axonal elongation and retraction.
T J Dennerll, P Lamoureux, R E Buxbaum, S R Heidemann. J Cell Biol 1989
173
35

Tensile regulation of axonal elongation and initiation.
J Zheng, P Lamoureux, V Santiago, T Dennerll, R E Buxbaum, S R Heidemann. J Neurosci 1991
164
34

Direct evidence that growth cones pull.
P Lamoureux, R E Buxbaum, S R Heidemann. Nature 1989
186
28

Mechanical tension contributes to clustering of neurotransmitter vesicles at presynaptic terminals.
Scott Siechen, Shengyuan Yang, Akira Chiba, Taher Saif. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2009
92
30

The emerging role of forces in axonal elongation.
Daniel M Suter, Kyle E Miller. Prog Neurobiol 2011
125
28

Cytomechanics of neurite outgrowth from chick brain neurons.
S Chada, P Lamoureux, R E Buxbaum, S R Heidemann. J Cell Sci 1997
75
34

Growth and elongation within and along the axon.
Phillip Lamoureux, Steven R Heidemann, Nathan R Martzke, Kyle E Miller. Dev Neurobiol 2010
59
38




Tension and compression in the cytoskeleton of PC-12 neurites. II: Quantitative measurements.
T J Dennerll, H C Joshi, V L Steel, R E Buxbaum, S R Heidemann. J Cell Biol 1988
201
21



Drosophila neurons actively regulate axonal tension in vivo.
Jagannathan Rajagopalan, Alireza Tofangchi, M Taher A Saif. Biophys J 2010
52
36

Strength in the periphery: growth cone biomechanics and substrate rigidity response in peripheral and central nervous system neurons.
Daniel Koch, William J Rosoff, Jiji Jiang, Herbert M Geller, Jeffrey S Urbach. Biophys J 2012
166
19

Axons pull on the brain, but tension does not drive cortical folding.
Gang Xu, Andrew K Knutsen, Krikor Dikranian, Christopher D Kroenke, Philip V Bayly, Larry A Taber. J Biomech Eng 2010
146
19

Mechanical tension can specify axonal fate in hippocampal neurons.
Phillip Lamoureux, Gordon Ruthel, Robert E Buxbaum, Steven R Heidemann. J Cell Biol 2002
99
18

Stretch-grown axons retain the ability to transmit active electrical signals.
Bryan J Pfister, David P Bonislawski, Douglas H Smith, Akiva S Cohen. FEBS Lett 2006
46
34

Traction dynamics of filopodia on compliant substrates.
Clarence E Chan, David J Odde. Science 2008
456
16

Cytomechanics of axonal development.
S R Heidemann, P Lamoureux, R E Buxbaum. Cell Biochem Biophys 1995
46
34

Growth cones as soft and weak force generators.
Timo Betz, Daniel Koch, Yun-Bi Lu, Kristian Franze, Josef A Käs. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2011
84
19

Mechanics in neuronal development and repair.
Kristian Franze, Paul A Janmey, Jochen Guck. Annu Rev Biomed Eng 2013
165
16

Tension as a regulator and integrator of axonal growth.
S R Heidemann, R E Buxbaum. Cell Motil Cytoskeleton 1990
73
20

Neurite branch retraction is caused by a threshold-dependent mechanical impact.
Kristian Franze, Jens Gerdelmann, Michael Weick, Timo Betz, Steve Pawlizak, Melike Lakadamyali, Johannes Bayer, Katja Rillich, Michael Gögler, Yun-Bi Lu,[...]. Biophys J 2009
83
18



The regulative role of neurite mechanical tension in network development.
Sarit Anava, Alon Greenbaum, Eshel Ben Jacob, Yael Hanein, Amir Ayali. Biophys J 2009
73
19


Mechanical properties of axons.
Roberto Bernal, Pramod A Pullarkat, Francisco Melo. Phys Rev Lett 2007
75
17

Matrix elasticity directs stem cell lineage specification.
Adam J Engler, Shamik Sen, H Lee Sweeney, Dennis E Discher. Cell 2006
13

Mechanical model of brain convolutional development.
D P Richman, R M Stewart, J W Hutchinson, V S Caviness. Science 1975
355
13

Mechanosensing is critical for axon growth in the developing brain.
David E Koser, Amelia J Thompson, Sarah K Foster, Asha Dwivedy, Eva K Pillai, Graham K Sheridan, Hanno Svoboda, Matheus Viana, Luciano da F Costa, Jochen Guck,[...]. Nat Neurosci 2016
237
13

Mechanical tension as a regulator of axonal development.
S R Heidemann, R E Buxbaum. Neurotoxicology 1994
77
15

Live imaging of axon stretch growth in embryonic and adult neurons.
Joseph R Loverde, Vivian C Ozoka, Robert Aquino, Ling Lin, Bryan J Pfister. J Neurotrauma 2011
30
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The trip of the tip: understanding the growth cone machinery.
Laura Anne Lowery, David Van Vactor. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol 2009
465
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Neurite branching on deformable substrates.
Lisa A Flanagan, Yo-El Ju, Beatrice Marg, Miriam Osterfield, Paul A Janmey. Neuroreport 2002
464
11

Mechanical forces in cerebral cortical folding: a review of measurements and models.
P V Bayly, L A Taber, C D Kroenke. J Mech Behav Biomed Mater 2014
91
12

Development of transplantable nervous tissue constructs comprised of stretch-grown axons.
Bryan J Pfister, Akira Iwata, Andrew G Taylor, John A Wolf, David F Meaney, Douglas H Smith. J Neurosci Methods 2006
55
18

Residual stress in the adult mouse brain.
Gang Xu, Philip V Bayly, Larry A Taber. Biomech Model Mechanobiol 2009
53
18

Stress-dependent finite growth in soft elastic tissues.
E K Rodriguez, A Hoger, A D McCulloch. J Biomech 1994
510
10


The role of mechanics during brain development.
Silvia Budday, Paul Steinmann, Ellen Kuhl. J Mech Phys Solids 2014
69
14


Gyrification from constrained cortical expansion.
Tuomas Tallinen, Jun Young Chung, John S Biggins, L Mahadevan. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2014
165
10

Measurement of subcellular force generation in neurons.
Matthew O'Toole, Phillip Lamoureux, Kyle E Miller. Biophys J 2015
29
34

STED nanoscopy reveals the ubiquity of subcortical cytoskeleton periodicity in living neurons.
Elisa D'Este, Dirk Kamin, Fabian Göttfert, Ahmed El-Hady, Stefan W Hell. Cell Rep 2015
164
10

Traction on immobilized netrin-1 is sufficient to reorient axons.
Simon W Moore, Nicolas Biais, Michael P Sheetz. Science 2009
66
13


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.