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Refereed journal articles

  1. A. Kania, R. Johnson, and T. M. Jessell. Coordinate roles for LIM homeobox genes in directing the dorsoventral trajectory of motor axons in the vertebrate limb. (2000). Cell 102:161-73.

  2. A. Kania and T. M. Jessell. Topographic Motor Projections into the Limb Imposed by LIM Homeodomain Protein Regulation of Ephrin-A:EphA Interactions. (2003). Neuron 38:581-596. 

  3. V. Luria, D. Krawchuk, T. M. Jessell, E. Laufer, and A. Kania. Specification of motor axon trajectory by ephrin-B:EphB signaling: symmetrical control of axonal patterning in the developing limb. (2008). Neuron 60:1039-1053.

  4. T.-J. Kao, E. Palmesino, and A. Kania. Src family kinases are required for limb trajectory selection by spinal motor axons. (2009). J. Neuroscience 29:5690–5700.

  5. X. W. Gu and A. Kania. Identification of Lmx1b targets in the developing limb muscles. (2010). Dev. Dyn. 239:2246–2255.

  6. E. Palmesino, D. Rousso, T.-J. Kao, A. Klar, E. Laufer, O. Uemura, H. Okamoto B. Novitch and A. Kania. Foxp1 and Lhx1 coordinate motor neuron migration with axon trajectory choice by gating Reelin signalling. (2010). PLoS Biology 8(8): e1000446. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1000446
  7. T.-J. Kao and A. Kania. Ephrin-mediated cis-attenuation of Eph receptor signaling is essential for spinal motor axon guidance. (2011). Neuron 71: 76-91

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