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Jay Bikoff Lab: Publications

  • Sweeney, L.B., Bikoff, J.B.*, Gabitto, M.I.*, Brenner-Morton, Baek, M., Yang, J.H., Tabak, E., S., Dasen, J.S., Kintner, C.R., and Jessell, T.M. (2018). Origin and segmental diversity of spinal inhibitory interneurons. Neuron, in press. *equal contribution

  • Gosgnach, S., Bikoff, J.B., Dougherty, K., El Manira, A., Lanuza, G., and Zhang, Y. (2017). Delineating the diversity of spinal interneurons in locomotor circuits. J. Neurosci., 37 (45), 10835-10841.

  • Bikoff, J.B., Gabitto, M.I., Rivard, A.F., Drobac, E., Machado, T.A., Miri, A., Brenner-Morton, S., Famojure, E., Diaz, C., Alvarez, F.J., Mentis, G.Z., and Jessell, T.M. (2016). Spinal inhibitory interneuron diversity delineates variant motor microcircuits. Cell, 165, 207-219.

  • Gabitto, M.I.*, Pakman, A.*, Bikoff, J.B.*, Abbott, L.F., Jessell, T.M., and Paninski, L. (2016). Bayesian sparse regression analysis documents the diversity of spinal inhibitory interneurons. Cell, 165, 220-233. *equal contribution

  • Ho H.Y., Susman M.W., Bikoff J.B., Ryu Y.K., Jonas A.M., Hu L., Kuruvilla R., and Greenberg M.E. (2012). Wnt5a-Ror- Dishevelled signaling constitutes a core developmental pathway that controls tissue morphogenesis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 13, 4044-4051.

  • Margolis, S.S., Salogiannis, J., Lipton, D.M., Mandel-Brehm, C., Wills, Z.P., Mardinly, A.R., Hu, L., Greer, P.L., Bikoff, J.B., Ho, H.Y., Soskis,M.J., Sahin, M., and Greenberg, M.E. (2010). EphB-mediated degredation of the RhoA GEF Ephexin5 relieves a developmental brake on excitatory synapse formation. Cell, 143, 442-455.

  • Zhou, P., Porcionatto, M., Pilapil, M., Chen, Y., Choi, Y., Tolias, K.F., Bikoff, J.B., Hong, E.J., Greenberg, M.E., and Segal, R.A. (2007). Polarized signaling endosomes coordinate BDNF- induced chemotaxis of cerebellar precursors. Neuron, 55, 53-68.

  • Tolias, K.F., Bikoff, J.B., Kane, C.G., Tolias, C.S., Hu, L., and Greenberg, M.E. (2007). The Rac1 guanine nucleotide exchange factor Tiam1 mediates EphB receptor-dependent dendritic spine development. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 104, 7265-7270.

  • Fu, W.Y., Chen, Y., Sahin, M., Zhao, S.S., Shi, L., Bikoff, J.B., Lai, K.O., Yung, W.H., Fu, A.K.Y., Greenberg, M.E., and Ip, N.Y. (2007). Cdk5 regulates EphA4-mediated dendritic spine retraction through an ephexin1-dependent mechanism. Nat. Neurosci., 10, 67-76.

  • Tolias, K.F.*, Bikoff, J.B.*, Burette, A., Paradis, S., Harrar, D., Tavazoie, S., Weinberg, R.J., and Greenberg, M.E. (2005). The Rac1-GEF Tiam1 couples the NMDA receptor to the activity-dependent development of dendritic arbors and spines. Neuron, 45, 525-538. *equal contribution

  • Wills, Z., Emerson, M., Rusch, J., Bikoff, J., Baum, B., Perrimon, N., and Van Vactor, D. (2002). A Drosophila homolog of cyclase-associated proteins collaborates with the Abl tyrosine kinase to control midline axon pathfinding. Neuron, 36, 611-622.