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Profile Publications(9)
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Publications By Helen Rankin Willsey

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Whole-Mount RNA In Situ Hybridization and Immunofluorescence of Xenopus Embryos and Tadpoles., Willsey HR., Cold Spring Harb Protoc. April 7, 2021;


Xenopus leads the way: Frogs as a pioneering model to understand the human brain., Exner CRT, Willsey HR., Genesis. February 1, 2021; 59 (1-2): e23405.          


Parallel in vivo analysis of large-effect autism genes implicates cortical neurogenesis and estrogen in risk and resilience., Willsey HR, Exner CRT, Xu Y, Everitt A, Sun N, Wang B, Dea J, Schmunk G, Zaltsman Y, Teerikorpi N, Kim A, Anderson AS, Shin D, Seyler M, Nowakowski TJ, Harland RM, Willsey AJ, State MW., Neuron. January 1, 2021; 109 (5): 788-804.e8.


In Xenopus ependymal cilia drive embryonic CSF circulation and brain development independently of cardiac pulsatile forces., Dur AH, Tang T, Viviano S, Sekuri A, Willsey HR, Tagare HD, Kahle KT, Deniz E., Fluids Barriers CNS. December 11, 2020; 17 (1): 72.                  


The neurodevelopmental disorder risk gene DYRK1A is required for ciliogenesis and control of brain size in Xenopus embryos., Willsey HR, Xu Y, Everitt A, Dea J, Exner CRT, Willsey AJ, State MW, Harland RM., Development. January 1, 2020; 147 (21):                             


DYRK1A-related intellectual disability: a syndrome associated with congenital anomalies of the kidney and urinary tract., Blackburn ATM, Bekheirnia N, Uma VC, Corkins ME, Xu Y, Rosenfeld JA, Bainbridge MN, Yang Y, Liu P, Madan-Khetarpal S, Delgado MR, Hudgins L, Krantz I, Rodriguez-Buritica D, Wheeler PG, Al-Gazali L, Mohamed Saeed Mohamed Al Shamsi A, Gomez-Ospina N, Chao HT, Mirzaa GM, Scheuerle AE, Kukolich MK, Scaglia F, Eng C, Willsey HR, Braun MC, Lamb DJ, Miller RK, Bekheirnia MR., Genet Med. January 1, 2019; 21 (12): 2755-2764.            


Katanin-like protein Katnal2 is required for ciliogenesis and brain development in Xenopus embryos., Willsey HR, Walentek P, Exner CRT, Xu Y, Lane AB, Harland RM, Heald R, Santama N., Dev Biol. January 1, 2018; 442 (2): 276-287.                                      


The Psychiatric Cell Map Initiative: A Convergent Systems Biological Approach to Illuminating Key Molecular Pathways in Neuropsychiatric Disorders., Willsey AJ, Morris MT, Wang S, Willsey HR, Sun N, Teerikorpi N, Baum TB, Cagney G, Bender KJ, Desai TA, Srivastava D, Davis GW, Doudna J, Chang E, Sohal V, Lowenstein DH, Li H, Agard D, Keiser MJ, Shoichet B, von Zastrow M, Mucke L, Finkbeiner S, Gan L, Sestan N, Ward ME, Huttenhain R, Nowakowski TJ, Bellen HJ, Frank LM, Khokha MK, Lifton RP, Kampmann M, Ideker T, State MW, Krogan NJ., Cell. January 1, 2018; 174 (3): 505-520.      


Localized JNK signaling regulates organ size during development., Willsey HR, Zheng X, Carlos Pastor-Pareja J, Willsey AJ, Beachy PA, Xu T., Elife. March 28, 2016; 5                       

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