Shan Sockanathan
Shan Sockanathan
Professor of Neuroscience, Johns Hopkins University
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Requirement for the homeobox gene Hb9 in the consolidation of motor neuron identity
S Arber, B Han, M Mendelsohn, M Smith, TM Jessell, S Sockanathan
Neuron 23 (4), 659-674, 1999
A role for SOX1 in neural determination
LH Pevny, S Sockanathan, M Placzek, R Lovell-Badge
Development 125 (10), 1967-1978, 1998
A comparison of the properties of Sox-3 with Sry and two related genes, Sox-1 and Sox-2
J Collignon, S Sockanathan, A Hacker, M Cohen-Tannoudji, D Norris, ...
Development 122 (2), 509-520, 1996
DNA binding activity of recombinant SRY from normal males and XY females
VR Harley, DI Jackson, PJ Hextall, GD Berkovitz, S Sockanathan, ...
Science 255 (5043), 453-456, 1992
Motor neuron–derived retinoid signaling specifies the subtype identity of spinal motor neurons
S Sockanathan, TM Jessell
Cell 94 (4), 503-514, 1998
A requirement for retinoic acid-mediated transcriptional activation in ventral neural patterning and motor neuron specification
BG Novitch, H Wichterle, TM Jessell, S Sockanathan
Neuron 40 (1), 81-95, 2003
Complementary domains of retinoic acid production and degradation in the early chick embryo
EC Swindell, C Thaller, S Sockanathan, M Petkovich, TM Jessell, ...
Developmental biology 216 (1), 282-296, 1999
Involvement of SOX proteins in lens‐specific activation of crystallin genes.
Y Kamachi, S Sockanathan, Q Liu, M Breitman, R Lovell‐Badge, ...
The EMBO journal 14 (14), 3510-3519, 1995
Preventing the loss of competence for neural induction: HGF/SF, L5 and Sox-2
A Streit, S Sockanathan, L Pérez, M Rex, PJ Scotting, PT Sharpe, ...
Development 124 (6), 1191-1202, 1997
Anatomy of a transcription factor important for the start of the cell cycle in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
M Primig, S Sockanathan, H Auer, K Nasmyth
Nature 358 (6387), 593-597, 1992
Retinoid receptor signaling in postmitotic motor neurons regulates rostrocaudal positional identity and axonal projection pattern
S Sockanathan, T Perlmann, TM Jessell
Neuron 40 (1), 97-111, 2003
A retinoic acid–dependent checkpoint in the development of CD4+ T cell–mediated immunity
K Pino-Lagos, Y Guo, C Brown, MP Alexander, R Elgueta, KA Bennett, ...
Journal of Experimental Medicine 208 (9), 1767-1775, 2011
GDE2 promotes neurogenesis by glycosylphosphatidylinositol-anchor cleavage of RECK
S Park, C Lee, P Sabharwal, M Zhang, CLF Meyers, S Sockanathan
Science 339 (6117), 324-328, 2013
The antioxidant enzyme Prdx1 controls neuronal differentiation by thiol-redox-dependent activation of GDE2
Y Yan, P Sabharwal, M Rao, S Sockanathan
Cell 138 (6), 1209-1221, 2009
FARP1 promotes the dendritic growth of spinal motor neuron subtypes through transmembrane Semaphorin6A and PlexinA4 signaling
BQ Zhuang, YRS Su, S Sockanathan
Neuron 61 (3), 359-372, 2009
Transmembrane protein GDE2 induces motor neuron differentiation in vivo
M Rao, S Sockanathan
Science 309 (5744), 2212-2215, 2005
Expression of the dominant negative retinoid receptor, RAR403, alters telencephalic progenitor proliferation, survival, and cell fate specification
F Rajaii, ZT Bitzer, Q Xu, S Sockanathan
Developmental biology 316 (2), 371-382, 2008
Neuronal differentiation is associated with a redox-regulated increase of copper flow to the secretory pathway
Y Hatori, Y Yan, K Schmidt, E Furukawa, NM Hasan, N Yang, CN Liu, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-12, 2016
In vivo comparative study of RNAi methodologies by in ovo electroporation in the chick embryo
M Rao, JH Baraban, F Rajaii, S Sockanathan
Developmental dynamics: an official publication of the American Association …, 2004
Dorsal–ventral patterning: a view from the top
BQ Zhuang, S Sockanathan
Current opinion in neurobiology 16 (1), 20-24, 2006
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