The Alexandra Joyner Lab: Publications

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Selected Publications

Wojcinski, A., Lawton, A., Bayin, N.S., Lao, Z., Stephen, D. and Joyner, A.L. (2017) Cerebellar granule cell replenishment postinjury by adaptive reprogramming of Nestin+ progenitors. Nature Neuroscience, 20:1361-1370. dos: 10.1038/nn.4621

Yang, Z.Y., Peng, Y-C., Gopalan, A., Gao, D., Chen, Y. and Joyner, A.L. (2017) Stromal Hedgehog signaling maintains smooth muscle and hampers micro-invasive prostate cancer. Disease Models and Mechanisms, 10:39-5

Legué, E., Gottshall, J., Jaumouillé, E., Shi, W., Barraza, L.H., Washington, S., Grant, R. and Joyner, A.L. (2016) Differential timing of granule cell production during cerebellum development underlies generation of the foliation pattern. Neural Development, 11:17.

Legué, E., Riedel, E. and Joyner, A.L. (2015) Clonal analysis reveals granule cell behaviors and compartmentalization that determine the folded morphology of the cerebellum. Development, 142:1661-1671.

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Suero-Abreu G.A., Raju G.P., Aristizábal O., Volkova E., Houston E.J., Pham D., Wojcinski A., Szulc K.U., Colon D., Joyner A. and Turnbull D.H. (2014) In vivo Mn-enhanced MRI for early tumor detection and growth rate analysis in a mouse medulloblastoma model. Neoplasia, 16:993-100

Petrova, R., Garcia, A.D.R. and Joyner, A.L. (2013) Titration of GLI3 repressor activity by sonic hedgehog signaling is critical for maintaining multiple adult neural stem cell and astrocyte functions. Journal of Neuroscience, 33:17490-17505.

Peng, Y.-C., Levine, C.M., Zahid, S., Wilson, E.L. and Joyner, A.L. (2013) Sonic hedgehog signals to multiple prostate stromal stem cells that replenish distinct stromal subtypes during regeneration. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 110:20611-20616.

Review Articles

Tan*, I. L., Wojcinski*, A., Rallapalli, H., Lao, Z., Sanghrajka, R. M., Stephen, D., Volkova, E., Korshunov, A., Remke, M., Taylor, M. and Joyner, A. L. (2018). Lateral cerebellum is preferentially sensitive to high sonic hedgehog signaling and medulloblastoma formation. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 115:3392-2297. doi:10.1073/pnas.1717815115 * equal contributions

Roselló-Díez, A.K., Stephen, D. and Joyner, A.L. (2017) Altered paracrine signaling from the injured knee joint impairs postnatal long bone growth. eLIFE, 6: e27210.