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Nervous System Development Publications

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Nervous System Development Publications

92.  Vogt J, Kirischuk S, Unichenko P, Schluter L, Pelosi A, Endle H, Yang JW, Schmarowski N, Cheng J, Thalman C, Strauss U, Prokudin A, Bharati BS, Aoki J, Chun J, Lutz B, Luhmann HJ, Nitsch R.  Synaptic phospholipid signaling modulates axon outgrowth via glutamate-dependent Ca2+-mediated molecular pathways.  Cereb Cortex epub ahead of print 2016 Nov 30.

91.  Lake BB, Ai R, Kaeser GE, Salathia NS, Yung YC, Liu R, Wildberg A, Gao D, Fung H-L, Chen S, Vijayaraghavan R, Wong J, Chen C, Sheng X, Kaper F, Shen R, Ronaghi M, Fan JB, *Wang W, *Chun J, *Zhang K.  Neuronal subtypes and diversity revealed by single-nucleus RNA sequencing of the human brain.  Science 2016;352(6293):1586-1590. *Co-senior authors.  PMC5038589

90.  Garcia-Diaz B, Riquelme R, Varela-Nieto I, Jimenez AJ, de Diego I, Gomez-Conde AL, Matas-Rico E, Aguirre JA, Chun J, Pedraza C, Santin LJ, Fernandez O, Rodriguez de Fonseca F, Estivill-Torrus G.  Loss of lysophosphatidic acid receptor LPA1 alters oligiodendrocyte differentiation and myelination in the mouse cerebral cortex.  Brain Struct Funct 2015;220(6):3701-3720.

89.  Santos-Nogueira E, Lopez-Serrano C, Hernandez J, Lago N, Astudillo AM, Balsinde J, Estivill-Torrus G, de Fonseca FR, Chun J, Lopez-Vales R.  Activation of lysophosphatidic acid receptor type 1 contributes to pathophysiology of spinal cord injury.  J Neurosci 2015;35(28):10224-35.  doi:10.1523/JNEUROSCI.4703-14.2015.  PMC4502263  DOWNLOAD PDF

88.  Mirendil H, Thomas EA, De Loera C, Okada K, Inomata Y, Chun J.  LPA signaling initiates schizophrenia-like brain and behavioral changes in a mouse model of prenatal brain hemorrhage. Transl Psychiatry 2015;5:e541.  doi:10.1038/tp.2015.33.  PMC4462599  DOWNLOAD PDF

87.  Gonzalez de San Ramon E, Manuel I, Giralt MT, Chun J, Estivill-Torrus G, Rodridguez de Fonseca F, Santin LJ, Ferrer I, Rodriguez-Puertas R.  Anatomical location of LPA1 activation and LPA phospholipid precursors in rodent and human brain.  J Neurochem 2015;134(3):471-485.  doi:10.1111/jnc.13112.

86.  Suardiaz M, Galan-Arriero I, Avila-Martin G, Estivill-Torrus G, de Fonseca FR, Chun J, Gomez-Soriano J, Bravo-Esteban E, Taylor J.  Spinal cord compression injury in lysophosphatidic acid 1 receptor-null mice promotes maladaptive pronociceptive descending control.  Eur J Pain 2015.  doi:10.1002/ejp.695.

85.  Sheng X, Yung YC, Chen A, Chun J.  Lysophosphatidic acid signalling in development. Development 2015;142:1390-1395.  doi:  10.1242/dev.121723.  PMC4392601  DOWNLOAD PDF

84.  Yung YC, Stoddard NC, Mirendil H, Chun J.  Lysophosphatidic acid signaling in the nervous system.  Neuron 2015;85(4):669-682.  doi:  10.1016/j.neuron.2015.01/009.  PMC4400838  DOWNLOAD PDF

83.  Anliker B, Choi JW, Lin ME, Gardell SE, Rivera R, Kennedy G, Chun J.  Lysophosphatidic acid (LPA) and its receptor, LPA1, influence embryonic Schwann cell migration, myelination, and cell-to-axon segregation.  Glia 2013;61(12):2009-2022.  PMC3941654  DOWNLOAD PDF

82.  Herr DR, Lee CW, Wang W, Ware A, Rivera R, Chun J.  Sphingosine 1-phosphate receptors are essential mediators of eyelid closure during embryonic development.  J Biol Chem 2013;288(41):29882-29889.  PMC3795286  DOWNLOAD PDF

81.  Castilla-Ortega E, Rosell-Valle C, Blanco E, Pedraza C, Chun J, Rodriguez de Fonseca F, Estivill-Torrus G, Santin LJ.  Reduced wheel running and blunted effects of voluntary exercise in LPA1-null mice:  The importance of assessing the amount of running in transgenic mice studies.  Neurosci Res 2013;77(3):170-179.  DOWNLOAD PDF

80.  Mirendil H, Lin ME, Chun J.  Lysophosphatidic acid (LPA) receptor signaling. In Lysophospholipid receptors: signaling and biochemistry. Edited by Chun J, Hla T, Spiegel S, Moolenaar W.  John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ. 2013.

79.  Lysophospholipid receptors:  signaling and biochemistry. Edited by Chun J, Hla T, Spiegel S, Moolenaar W.  John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ. 2013. 

78.  Choi JW, Chun J.  Lysophospholipids and their receptors in the central nervous system.  Biochim Biophys Acta 2013;1831(1):20-32. PMC3693945  DOWNLOAD PDF

77.  Peterson SE, Yang AH, Bushman DM, Westra JW, Yung YC, Barral S, Mutoh T, Rehen SK, Chun J.  Aneuploid cells are differentially susceptible to caspase-mediated death during embryonic cerebral cortical development.  J Neurosci 2012;32(46):16213-16222. PMC3614491  DOWNLOAD PDF

76.  Garcia-Fernandez M, Castilla-Ortega E, Pedraza C, Blanco E, Hurtado-Guerrero I, Barbancho MA, Chun J, Rodriguez-de-Fonseca F, Estivill-Torrus G, Nunez LJ.  Chronic immobilization in the malpar1 knockout mice increases oxidative stress in the hippocampus.  Int J Neurosci 2012;122(10):583-589.

75.  Castilla-Ortega E, Pedraza C, Chun J, Fonseca FR, Estivill-Torrus G, Santin LJ.  Hippocampal c-Fos activation in normal and LPA1-null mice after two object recognition tasks with different memory demands.  Behav Brain Res 2012;232(2):400-405.  DOWNLOAD PDF

74.  Mutoh T, Rivera R, Chun J.  Insights into the pharmacological relevance of lysophospholipid receptors.  Br J Pharmacol 2012;165(4):829-844. PMC3312481  DOWNLOAD PDF

73.  Akahoshi N, Ishizaki Y, Yasuda H, Murashima YL, Shinba T, Goto K, Himi T, Chun J, Ishii I.  Frequent spontaneous seizures followed by spatial working memory/anxiety deficits in mice lacking sphingosine 1-phosphate receptor 2.  Epilepsy Behav 2011;22(4):659-665.   DOWNLOAD PDF

72.  Castilla-Ortega E, Hoyo-Becerra C, Pedraza C, Chun J, Rodriguez De Fonseca F, Estivill-Torrus G, Santin LJ.  Aggravation of chronic stress effects on hippocampal neurogenesis and spatial memory in LPA(1) receptor knockout mice.  PLoS One 2011;6(9):e25522. PMC3183048.  Correction in PLoS One. 2011;6(11). doi: 10.1371/annotation/c105dab8-59b8-467a-9223-5bd92936e49a   DOWNLOAD PDF

71.  Yung YC, Mutoh T, Lin ME, Noguchi K, Rivera RR, Choi JW, Kingsbury MA, Chun J.  Lysophosphatidic acid signaling may initiate fetal hydrocephalus.  Sci Transl Med 2011;3:99ra87.  PMC3653407   DOWNLOAD PDF

70.  Herr KJ, Herr DR, Lee CW, Noguchi K, Chun J.  Stereotyped fetal brain disorganization is induced by hypoxia and requires lysophosphatidic acid receptor 1 (LPA1) signaling.  Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 2011;108(37):15444-15449. PMC3174597   DOWNLOAD PDF

69.  Chun J, Westra JW, Bushman, D.  A reply to Iourov I. et al.  Neurodegen Dis 2011;8(1-2):38-40. 

68.  Dubin AE, Herr DR, Chun J.  Diversity of lysophosphatidic acid receptor-mediated intracellular calcium signaling in early cortical neurogenesis.  J Neuroscience 2010;30(21):7300-7039.  PMC2932640   DOWNLOAD PDF

67.  Castilla-Ortega E, Sánchez-López J, Hoyo-Becerra C, Matas-Rico E, Zambrana-Infantes E, Chun J, Fonseca FR, Pedraza C, Estivill-Torrús G, Santin LJ.  Exploratory, anxiety and spatial memory impairments are dissociated in mice lacking the LPA1 receptor.  Neurobiol Learn Mem 2010;94(1):73-82.  PMC3684252   DOWNLOAD PDF

66.  Birgbauer E, Chun J.  Lysophospholipid receptors LPA1-3 are not required for the inhibitory effects of LPA on mouse retinal growth cones.  Eye and Brain 2010;2:1-13.  DOWNLOAD PDF   Click here to see the supplemental video for Figure 1.

65.  Santin L, Bilbao A, Pedraza C, Matas-Rico E, Lopez-Barroso D, Castilla-Ortega E, Sanchez-Lopez J, Riquelme R, Varela-Nieto I, de la Villa P, Suardiaz M, Chun J, Fonseca FR, Estivill-Torrus G.  Behavioral phenotype of maLPA1-null mice:  Increased anxiety-like behavior and spatial memory deficits.  Genes Brain Behav 2009;8(8):772-784.  DOWNLOAD PDF

64.  Yung YC, Kennedy G, Chun J.  Identification of neural programmed cell death through the detection of DNA fragmentation in situ and by PCR.  In Current Protocols in Neuroscience, Unit 3.8, Taylor G (Ed.), John Wiley & Sons, July 2009.  PMC2774705   DOWNLOAD PDF

63.  Matas-Rico E, Garcia-Diaz B, Llebrez-Zayas P, Lopez-Barroso D, Santin L, Pedraza C, Smith-Fernandez A, Fernandez-Llebrez P, Tellez T, Redondo M, Chun J, Rodriguez de Fonseca F, Estivill-Torrus G.  Deletion of lysophosphatidic acid receptor LPA1 reduces neurogenesis in the mouse dentate gyrus.  Mol Cell Neurosci 2008;39(3):342-355.  PMC3667670   DOWNLOAD PDF

62.  Spohr TC, Choi JW, Gardell SE, Herr D, Rehen SK, Gomes FC, Chun J. LPA receptor-dependent secondary effects via astrocytes promote neuronal differentiation.  J Biol Chem 2008;283(12):7470-7479. PMC2276323    DOWNLOAD PDF

61.  Estivill-Torrus G, Llebrez-Zayas P, Matas-Rico E, Santin L, Pedraza C, De Diego I, Del Arco I, Fernandez-Llebrez P, Chun J, Rodriguez De Fonseca F.  Absence of LPA1 signaling results in defective cortical development.  Cerebral Cortex 2008;18(4):938-950.  DOWNLOAD PDF

60.  Peterson S, Rehen S, Westra W, Yung Y, Chun J.  Spectral karyotyping and fluorescent in situ hybridization.  In Human Stem Cell Manual:  A Laboratory Guide, Chapter 6, pp. 71-84. Loring JF, Wesselschmidt Rl, Schwartz PH (eds).  Elsevier, 2007.

59.  Peterson SE, Westra JW, Paczkowski CM, Chun J.  Chromosomal mosaicism in neural stem cells.  In Neural Stem Cells Methods and Protocols, Chapter 16, pp. 197-204.  Weiner LP (ed.). Humana Press, 2008.   DOWNLOAD PDF

58.  Herr D, Grillet N, Schwander M, Rivera R, Müller U, Chun J.  Sphingosine 1-phosphate signaling is required for maintenance of hair cells largely via activation of S1P2.  J Neurosci 2007;27(6):1474-1478.   DOWNLOAD PDF

57.  Rajendran RS, Zupanc MM, Losche A, Westra J, Chun J, Zupanc GKH.  Numerical chromosome variation and mitotic segregation defects in the adult brain of teleost fish.  Dev Neurobiol 2007;67(10):1334-1347.   DOWNLOAD PDF

56.  Rehen SK, Kingsbury MA, Almeida BSV, Herr D, Peterson S, Chun J.  A new method of embryonic culture for assessing global changes in brain organization.  J Neurosci Meth 2006;158:100-108.   DOWNLOAD PDF

55.  Birgbauer E, Chun J.  New developments in the biological functions of lysophospholipids.  Cell Mol Life Sci 2006;63:2695-2701.   DOWNLOAD PDF

54.  Kingsbury MA, Yung YC, Peterson SE, Westra JW, Chun J.  Aneuploidy in the normal and diseased brain.  Cell Mol Life Sci 2006;63:2626-2641.   DOWNLOAD PDF

53.  Kingsbury MA, Friedman B, McConnell MJ, Rehen SK, Yang AH, Kaushal D, Chun J.  Aneuploid neurons are functionally active and integrated into brain circuitry.  Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 2005;102:6143-6147PMC1087909   DOWNLOAD PDF

52.  Rehen SK, Yung YC, McCreight MP, Yang AH, Almeida BSV, Kingsbury MA, Cabral KMS, Kaushal D, McConnell MJ, Anliker B, Fontanoz M, Chun J.  Constitutional aneuploidy in the normal human brain.  J Neurosci 2005;25:2176-2180. (cover art)   DOWNLOAD PDF

51.  Rehen S, Chun J.  Cell Death (during development of the central nervous system).  In Brain Development:  Normal Processes and the Effects of Alcohol and Nicotine, Chapter 5, pp. 73-90. Miller MW (ed.). Oxford University Press, 2005.

50.  McConnell MJ, Kaushal D, Yang AH, Kingsbury MA, Rehen SK, Treuner K, Helton R, Annas EG, Chun J, Barlow C.  Failed clearance of aneuploid embryonic neural progenitor cells leads to excess aneuploidy in Atm-deficient but not the Trp53-deficient adult cerebral cortex.  J Neurosci 2004;24:8090-8096.   DOWNLOAD PDF

49.  Chun J.  Choices, choices, choices.  Nature Neurosci 2004;7:323-325.   DOWNLOAD PDF

48.  Kingsbury MA, Rehen SK, Contos JJA, Higgins C, Chun J.  Non-proliferative effects of lysophosphatidic acid enhance cortical growth and folding.  Nature Neurosci 2003;6:1292-1299.  (See also News & Views).   DOWNLOAD PDF

47.  Yang AH, Kaushal D, Rehen SK, Kriedt K, Kingsbury MA, McConnell MJ, Chun J.  Chromosome segregation defects contribute to aneuploidy in normal neural progenitor cells.  J Neurosci 2003;23:10454-10462.   DOWNLOAD PDF

46.  Zhao X, Ueba T, Christie BR, Barkho B, McConnell MJ, Nakashima K, Lein ES, Eadie BD, Willhoite AR, Muotri AR, Summers RG, Chun J, Lee K-F, Gage FH.  Mice lacking methyl-CpG binding protein 1 have deficits in adult neurogenesis and hippocampal function.  Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 2003;100:6777-6782.  PMC164523   DOWNLOAD PDF

45.  Kaushal D, Contos JJA, Treuner K, Yang AH, Kingsbury MA, Rehen SK, McConnell MJ, Okabe M, Barlow C, Chun J.  Alteration of gene expression by chromosome loss in the postnatal mouse.  J Neurosci 2003;23:5599-5606.  DOWNLOAD PDF

44.  Fukushima N, Weiner JA, Kaushal J, Contos JJA, Rehen SK, Kingsbury MA, Kim KY, Chun J.  Lysophosphatidic acid influences the morphology and motility of young, postmitotic cortical neurons.  Mol Cell Neurosci 2002;20:271-282.   DOWNLOAD PDF

43.  Ishii I, Chun J.  Anandamide-induced neuroblastoma cell rounding via the CB1 cannabinoid receptors.  Neuroreport 2002;13:593-596.  

42.  Ye X, Ishii I,  Kingsbury MA, Chun J.  Lysophosphatidic acid as a novel cell survival/apoptotic factor.  Biochim Biophys Acta 2002;1585:108-113.  DOWNLOAD PDF

41.  Ye X, Fukushima N, Kingsbury MA, Chun J.  Lysophosphatidic acid in neural signaling.  Neuroreport 2002;13:2169-2175.   DOWNLOAD PDF

40.  Fukushima N, Ye X, Chun J.  Neurobiology of lysophosphatidic acid signaling.  The Neuroscientist 2002;8:540-550. 

39.  Rehen SK, McConnell MJ, Kaushal D, Kingsbury MA, Yang AH, Chun J.  Genetic mosaicism in the brain:  A new paradigm for neuronal diversity.  Dir in Science 2002;1:53-55.  

38.  Rehen SK, McConnell MJ, Kaushal D, Kingsbury MA, Yang AH, Chun J.  Chromosomal variation in neurons of the developing and adult mammalian nervous system. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 2001;98:13361-13366.  PMC60876   DOWNLOAD PDF

37.  Weiner JAW, Fukushima N, Contos JJA, Scherer SS, Chun J.  Regulation of Schwann cell morphology and adhesion by receptor-mediated lysophosphatidic acid signaling.  J Neurosci 2001;21:7069-7078.   DOWNLOAD PDF

36.  Moeller T, Contos JJ, Musante DB, Chun J, Ransom BR.  Expression and function of lysophosphatidic acid receptors in cultured rodent microglial cells.  J Biol Chem 2001;276:25946-25952.  DOWNLOAD PDF

35.  Chun J.  Selected comparison of immune and nervous system development.  Adv Immunol 2001;77:297-322.  DOWNLOAD PDF

34.  Contos JJ, Fukushima N, Weiner JA, Kaushal D, Chun J.  Requirement for the lpA1 lysophosphatidic acid receptor gene in normal suckling behavior.  Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 2000;97:13384-13389.  PMC27233   DOWNLOAD PDF

33.  Fukushima N, Weiner JA, Chun J.  Lysophosphatidic acid (LPA) is a novel extracellular regulator of cortical neuroblast morphology.  Dev Biol 2000;228:6-18.   DOWNLOAD PDF

32.  Pompeiano M, Blaschke AJ, Flavell RA, Srinivasan A, Chun J.  Decreased apoptosis in proliferative and postmitotic regions of the caspase 3 deficient embryonic CNS.  J Comp Neurol 2000;423:1-12.   DOWNLOAD PDF

31.  Gu Y, Sekiguchi J, Gao Y, Dikkes P, Frank K, Ferguson D, Hasty P, Chun J, Alt FW.  Defective embryoic neurogenesis in ku, but not DNA-PKcs, deficient mice.  Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 2000;97:2668-2673.  PMC15987   DOWNLOAD PDF

30.  Chun J.  An alternative view of cell death, DNA breaks and possible rearrangements.  Trends in Neurosci 2000;23:407-408.  DOWNLOAD PDF

29.  Chun J, Weiner JA, Fukushima N, Contos JJA, Zhang G, Kumura Y, Dubin A, Ishii I, Hecht JH, Akita C, Kaushal D.  Neurobiology of receptor-mediated lysophospholipid signaling:  From the first lysophospholipid (LP) receptor to roles in nervous system function and development.  Ann NY Acad Sci 2000;905:110-117.   DOWNLOAD PDF

28.  Weiner JA, Chun J.  Schwann cell survival mediated by the signaling phospholipid lysophosphatidic acid.  Proc Natl Acad Sci 1999;96:5233-5238.  PMC21847   DOWNLOAD PDF

27.  Dubin AE, Bahnson T, Weiner JA, Fukushima N, Chun J.  Lysophosphatidic acid (LPA) stimulates neurotransmitter-like conductance changes that precede GABA and L-glutamate in early, presumptive cortical neuroblasts.  J Neurosci 1999;19:1371-1381.   DOWNLOAD PDF

26.  Weiner JA, Hecht JH, Chun J.  The lysophosphatidic acid receptor gene vzg-1/lpA1/edg-2 is expressed by mature oligodendrocytes during myelination in the postnatal murine brain.  J Comp Neurol 1998;398:587-589.   DOWNLOAD PDF

25.  Fukushima N, Kimura Y, Chun J.  A single receptor encoded by vzg-1/lpa1/edg-2 couples to G-proteins and mediates multiple cellular responses to lysophosphatidic acid (LPA).  Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 1998;95:6151-6156.  PMC27607   DOWNLOAD PDF

34.  Blaschke AJ, Weiner JA, Chun J.  Programmed cell death is a universal feature of embryonic and postnatal neuroproliferative regions throughout the CNS.  J Comp Neurol 1998;396:39-50.   DOWNLOAD PDF

23.  Weiner JA, Chun J.  Png-1, a nervous system-specific zinc finger gene, identifies regions containing postmitotic neurons during mammalian embryonic development. J Comp Neurol 1997;381:130-142.   DOWNLOAD PDF

22.  Staley K, Blaschke AJ, Chun J.  Apoptotic DNA fragmentation is detected by a semi-quantitative ligation-mediated PCR of blunt DNA ends.  Cell Death and Differen 1997;4:66-75.  DOWNLOAD PDF

21.  Hecht JH, Weiner JA, Post SR, Chun J.  Ventricular zone gene -1 (Vzg-1) encodes a lysophosphatidic acid receptor expressed in neurogenic regions of the developing cerebral cortex.  J Cell Biol 1996;135:1071-1083.  PMC2133395   DOWNLOAD PDF

20.  Chun J, Jaenisch R.  Clonal cell lines produced by birth-date targeting of neocortical neuroblasts using multiple oncogenes transduced by retroviruses.  Mol Cell Neurosci 1996;7:304-321.   DOWNLOAD PDF

19.  Blaschke AJ, Staley K, Chun J.  Widespread programmed cell death in proliferative and postmitotic regions of the fetal cerebral cortex.  Development 1996;122:1165-1174 (see comment in Neuron 1996;16:693).   DOWNLOAD PDF

18.  Chun J.  Developmental neurobiology:  A genetic Cheshire cat?  Curr Biol 1999;9:651-654.   DOWNLOAD PDF

17.  Chun J.  Lysophospholipid receptors:  Implications for neural signaling.  Crit Rev Neurobiol 1999;13:151-168.

16.  Chun J.  The first cloned and identified lysophospholipid (LP) receptor gene, vzg-1:  Implications for the nervous system and related receptors. Adv Exp Med Biol 1999;469:357-62.

15.  Chun J, Schatz DG.  Developmental neurobiology:  Alternative “ends” to a familiar story?  Curr Biol 1999;9:R251-R253.   DOWNLOAD PDF

14.  Chun J, Schatz DG.  Rearranging views on neurogenesis:  Neuronal death in the absence of DNA end-joining proteins.  Neuron 1999;22:7-10.  DOWNLOAD PDF

13.  Chun J.  Detection of cells undergoing programmed cell death using in situ end labeling plus (ISEL+). In Apoptosis Detection, CHAPTER 5, pp. 35-45, in “Apoptosis detection and assay methods.” Zhu L, Chun J (eds.). BioTechniques Books, Natick, MA, 1998.

12.  Chun J.  Apoptotic DNA fragmentation detection using ligation mediated PCR (LMPCR).  In Apopotosis Detection, CHAPTER 4, pp. 23-33, in “Apoptosis detection and assay methods.” Zhu L, Chun J (eds.). BioTechniques Books, Natick, MA, 1998.

11.  Chun J, Blaschke AJ.  Unit 3.8, Identification of neural programmed cell death through the detection of DNA fragmentation in situ and by PCR.  In Current Protocols in Neuroscience.  Gerfen C, Mckay R (eds.).  John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1997. PMC2774705

10.  Chun JJM.  A protocol using retrovirally-introduced multiple oncogenes in the production of neuron-like cell lines from the murine central nervous system. NeuroProtocols 1993;3:214-221.

9.  Chun JJM, Schatz DG, Oettinger MA, Jaenisch R, Baltimore D.  The Recombination activating gene-1 (RAG-1) transcript is present in the murine central nervous system.  Cell 1991;64:189-200.

8.  Chun JJM, Shatz CJ.  The earliest-generated neurons of the cat cerebral cortex:  characterization by MAP2 and neurotransmitter immunohistochemistry during fetal life.  J Neurosci 1989;9:1648-1667.

7.  Chun JJM, Shatz CJ.  Interstitial cells of the adult neocortical white matter are the remnant of the early generated subplate neuron population.  J Comp Neurol 1989;282:555-569.

6.  Chun JJM, Shatz CJ.  Redistribution of synaptic vesicle antigens is correlated with the disappearance of a transient synaptic zone in the developing cerebral cortex.  Neuron 1988;1:297-310.

5.  Chun JJM, Shatz CJ.  A fibronectin-like molecule is present in the developing cat cerebral cortex and is correlated with subplate neurons.  J Cell Biol 1988;106:857-872.  PMC2115079

4.  Chun JJM, Nakamura MJ, Shatz CJ.  Transient cells of the developing mammalian telencephalon are peptide-immunoreactive neurons.  Nature 1987;325:617-620.

3.  Chun JJM, Schatz DG.  Recombination activating gene -1 (RAG-1) transcription in the mammalian CNS.  Chapter 22.  In Neuronal Cell Death and Repair, Vol. 6. Cuello AC (ed.).  Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, 1993.

2.  Schatz DG, Chun JJM.  V(D)J recombination and the transgenic brain blues.  New Biologist 1992;4:188-196.  

1.  Shatz CJ, Chun JJM, Luskin MB.  The role of the subplate in the development of the mammalian telencephalon.  In:  Development of the Cerebral Cortex, Vol. 7. Peters A, Jones EG (eds.).  Plenum Publishing Corp., New York, NY, 1988.

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