Primary cilia are critical for Sonic hedgehog-mediated dopaminergic neurogenesis in the embryonic midbrain

Gazea M, Tasouri E, Tolve M, Bosch V, Kabanova A, Gojak C, Kurtulmus B, Novikov O, Spatz J, Pereira G, Hübner W, et al. (2015)
Developmental Biology 409(1): 55-71.

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Gazea, Mary; Tasouri, Evangelia; Tolve, Marianna; Bosch, Viktoria; Kabanova, Anna; Gojak, Christian; Kurtulmus, Bahtiyar; Novikov, Orna; Spatz, Joachim; Pereira, Gislene; Hübner, WolfgangUniBi ; Brodski, Claude
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Gazea M, Tasouri E, Tolve M, et al. Primary cilia are critical for Sonic hedgehog-mediated dopaminergic neurogenesis in the embryonic midbrain. Developmental Biology. 2015;409(1):55-71.
Gazea, M., Tasouri, E., Tolve, M., Bosch, V., Kabanova, A., Gojak, C., Kurtulmus, B., et al. (2015). Primary cilia are critical for Sonic hedgehog-mediated dopaminergic neurogenesis in the embryonic midbrain. Developmental Biology, 409(1), 55-71. doi:10.1016/j.ydbio.2015.10.033
Gazea, M., Tasouri, E., Tolve, M., Bosch, V., Kabanova, A., Gojak, C., Kurtulmus, B., Novikov, O., Spatz, J., Pereira, G., et al. (2015). Primary cilia are critical for Sonic hedgehog-mediated dopaminergic neurogenesis in the embryonic midbrain. Developmental Biology 409, 55-71.
Gazea, M., et al., 2015. Primary cilia are critical for Sonic hedgehog-mediated dopaminergic neurogenesis in the embryonic midbrain. Developmental Biology, 409(1), p 55-71.
M. Gazea, et al., “Primary cilia are critical for Sonic hedgehog-mediated dopaminergic neurogenesis in the embryonic midbrain”, Developmental Biology, vol. 409, 2015, pp. 55-71.
Gazea, M., Tasouri, E., Tolve, M., Bosch, V., Kabanova, A., Gojak, C., Kurtulmus, B., Novikov, O., Spatz, J., Pereira, G., Hübner, W., Brodski, C., Tucker, K.L., Blaess, S.: Primary cilia are critical for Sonic hedgehog-mediated dopaminergic neurogenesis in the embryonic midbrain. Developmental Biology. 409, 55-71 (2015).
Gazea, Mary, Tasouri, Evangelia, Tolve, Marianna, Bosch, Viktoria, Kabanova, Anna, Gojak, Christian, Kurtulmus, Bahtiyar, Novikov, Orna, Spatz, Joachim, Pereira, Gislene, Hübner, Wolfgang, Brodski, Claude, Tucker, Kerry L., and Blaess, Sandra. “Primary cilia are critical for Sonic hedgehog-mediated dopaminergic neurogenesis in the embryonic midbrain”. Developmental Biology 409.1 (2015): 55-71.

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