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Eng SR, Dykes I, Lanier J, Fedtsova N, Turner EE. POU-domain factor Brn3a regulates both distinct and common programs of gene expression in the spinal and trigeminal sensory ganglia. Neural Develop. 2007 Jan 19;2(1):3 [Epub ahead of print]

Lanier J, Quina LA, Eng SR, Cox E, Turner EE. Brn3a target gene recognition in embryonic sensory neurons. Dev Biol. 2006 Nov 16; [Epub ahead of print]

Cox E, Lanier J, Quina L, Eng SR, Turner EE. Regulation of FGF10 by POU transcription factor Brn3a in the developing trigeminal ganglion. J Neurobiol. 2006 Sep 1;66(10):1075-83.

Quina, LA, Pak, W, Lanier, J, Banwait, P, Gratwick, K, Liu, Y, Velasquez, T, O’Leary, DDM, Goulding, M and Turner, EE. Brn3a-expressing retinal ganglion cells project specifically to thalamocortical and collicular visual pathways. J. Neuroscience 25, 11595-11604 (2005)

Eng SR, Lanier J, Fedtsova N, Turner EE. Coordinated regulation of gene expression by Brn3a in developing sensory ganglia. Development, 131, 3859-70 (2004) GEO Accession: GSE3895

Fedtsova, N, Perris, R, and Turner, EE. Sonic hedgehog determines the position of the trigeminal ganglia. Devel. Biol. 261, 456-469, 2003.

Trieu, M, Ma, A, Eng, SR, Fedstova, N, and Turner, EE. Direct autoregulation and gene dosage compensation by POU-domain transcription factor Brn3a. Development, 130, 111-121 (2003).

Fetsova, N and Turner, EE. Signals from the ventral midline and isthmus regulate the development of Brn3.0-expressing neurons in the midbrain. Mech. Devel.105, 129-144 (2001).

Eng, SR, Gratwick, K, Rhee, JM, Fedtsova, N, Gan, L and Turner, EE. Defects in sensory axon growth precede neuronal death in Brn3a-deficient mice. J. Neuroscience, 21, 541-49 (2001).

Trieu, M, Rhee, JM, Fedtsova, N, and Turner, EE. Autoregulatory sequences are revealed by complex stability screening of the mouse brn-3.0 locus. J. Neuroscience 19, 6549-58 (1999).

Rhee, JM, Gruber, CA, Brodie, TB and Turner, EE. Highly cooperative homodimerization is a conserved property of neural POU proteins. J. Biol. Chem. 273, 34196-34205 (1998).

Fedtsova, N and Turner, EE. Inhibitory effects of ventral signals on the development of Brn-3.0-expressing neurons in the dorsal spinal cord. Devel. Biol. 190, 18-31 (1997).

Gruber, CA, Rhee, JM, Gleiberman, A, and Turner, EE. POU-domain factors of the Brn-3 class recognize functional DNA elements which are distinctive, symmetrical, and highly conserved in evolution. Mol. Cell Bio. 17, 2391-2400 (1997).

Fedtsova, N and Turner, EE. Brn-3.0 Expression identifies early post-mitotic CNS neurons and sensory neural precursors. Mechanisms of Development 53, 291-304, (1995).

Turner, E, Jenne, K and Rosenfeld, MG. Brn-3.2: A POU-domain Transcription Factor with Distinctive CNS Expression and Regulation by Retinoic Acid. Neuron 12, 205-18 (1994).

Gerrero, MR, McEvilly, R, Turner, E, Lin, C, O'Connell, S, Jenne, K, Hobbs, MV and Rosenfeld, MG. The Mammalian POU Protein, Brn-3, is Linked to the Pituitary, B cells and Sensory Neuronal Development. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 90, 10841-10845 (1993)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
   
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