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Recent year publications:

  • Benzothiazole-based LRRK2 inhibitors as WNT enhancers and promoters of oligodendrocytic fate. (2019). Zaldivar-Diez, J., Li, L., García, A.M., Zhao , W., Medina-Menendez, C., Haggarty, S.J., Gil, C., Morales, A.V.* and Martinez, A*. (*corresponding authors). Dec 26. doi: 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.9b01752). [Epub ahead of print] Abstract
  • Adult neural stem cells: born to last. (2019). A. V. Morales, and H. Mira Front. Cell Dev. Biol. Jun 4;7: 96 Abstract
  • Proximodistal organization of the CA2 hippocampal area. (2019). I. Fernandez-Lamo, D. Gomez-Dominguez, A. Sanchez-Aguilera, A. Oliva, A. V. Morales, M. Valero, E. Cid, A. Berenyi and L. Menendez de la Prida. Cell Reports 26 (7): 1734-1746 [Cover]Abstract
  • A focused library of psychotropic analogs with neuroprotective and neuroregenerative potential. (2019). Uliassi, E.; Peña-Altamira, L. E.; Morales, A.V.; Massenzio, F.; Petralla, S; Rossi, M; Roberti, M.; Martinez Gonzalez, L.; Martínez, A.; Monti, B.; Bolognesi, M. L. ACS Chemical Neuroscience Jan 16;10(1):279-294. Abstract
  • GLI1 Inactivation is associated with Developmental Phenotypes Overlapping with Ellis-Van Creveld Syndrome (2017).A. Palencia-Campos, A. Ullah, J.Nevado, R. Yıldırım, E.Unal, M. Ciorraga, P., Lucia Chico, F. Piceci-Sparascio, V. Guida, A. De Luca, H. Kayserili, I. Ullah, M. Burmeister, P. Lapunzina, W. Ahmad, Morales, A.V., V. L. Ruiz-Perez. Human Molecular Genetics. 26(23):4556-4571. [Cover]Abstract
  • Leucine Rich Repeat Kinase 2 (LRRK2) Inhibitors based on indolinone scaffold: Potential Pro-neurogenic Agents. (2017). Salado, I.G., Zaldivar-Diez, J., Sebastian, V., Li, L., Geiger, L., González, S., Campillo, N.E., Morales, A.V.,, Perez, D.I. and Martinez, A. European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 138:328-342. Abstract
  • The multiple roles of FGF signaling in the extending spinal cord. (2017). Diez del Corral, R. and Morales, A.V. Front. Cell Dev. Biol. Jun 2;5:58. Abstract
  • Brain insulin-like growth factor-I directs the transition from stem cells to mature neurons during postnatal/adult hippocampal neurogenesis. (2016). Nieto-Estevez, V, Oueslati-Morales, C.O., Li, L., Pickel, J., Morales, A.V., and Vicario-Abejon . Stem Cells 34(8):2194-209 . Abstract
  • FGF signaling enhances a Shh negative feedback loop to coordinate ventral patterning and caudal extension of the spinal cord.(2016). Morales, A.V., Espeso-Gil, S., Ocaña, I., Nieto-López, F., Calleja, E., Bovolenta, P., Lewandoski, M. and Diez del Corral, R. Developmental Neurobiology 76(9):956-71. Abstract
  • Neural development and regeneration: it's all in your spinal cord.(2015). Becker CG, Diez Del Corral R. Development 142: 811-816.Abstract
  • Sox5 controls dorsal progenitor and interneuron specification in the spinal cord.(2014).Quiroga AC, Stolt CC, Diez del Corral R, Dimitrov S, Perez-Alcala S, Sock E, Barbas JA, Wegner M, Morales AV. Developmental Neurobiology. 75(5):522-38 (2015) Abstract
  • Retinoic Acid Signaling during Early Spinal Cord Development.(2014).Morales AV, Diez del Corral R. J Dev Biol 2: 174-197.Abstract
  • FGF and retinoic acid activity gradients control the timing of neural crest cell emigration in the trunk. (2011). Martinez-Morales, P.L., Diez Del Corral, R., Olivera-Martinez, I., Quiroga, A.C., Das, R.M., Barbas, J.A., Storey, K.G., and Morales, A.V. J Cell Biol. 194:489-503. Abstract
  • Coordination of Cell Differentiation and Migration in Mathematical Models of Caudal Embryonic Axis Extension. (2011). Harrison, N.C., Diez del Corral, R.*, and Vasiev, B.* PLoS ONE 6, e22700.*Co-corresponding authors. Abstract
  • SOX5 controls cell cycle progression in neural progenitors by interfering with the WNT-beta-catenin pathway.(2010). Martinez-Morales, P.L., Quiroga, A.C., Barbas, J.A., and Morales, A.V. EMBO Rep 11, 466-472. Abstract
  • Dynamic Sox5 protein expression during cranial ganglia development (2007). Morales AV, Perez-Alcala, S. and Barbas JA. Developmental Dynamics (236: 2702-2707). Abstract
  • Snail genes at the crossroads of symmetric and asymmetric processes in the developing mesoderm (2007). Morales AV, Acloque H, Ocaña OH, de Frutos CA, Gold V and Nieto MA. EMBO Reports. 8:104-109 [cover caption]. Abstract
  • How to become neural crest: from segregation to delamination (2005) Morales AV, Barbas JA, Nieto MA. Semin Cell Dev Biol. 16(6):655-62. Abstract
  • LSox5 regulates RhoB expression in the neural tube and promotes generation of the neural crest (2004). Perez-Alcala S, Nieto MA, Barbas JA. Development 131(18):4455-65. Abstract

Related publications by lab members:

  • Snail blocks the cell cycle and confers resistance to cell death.(2004). Vega, S., Morales, A.V., Ocana, O.H., Valdes, F., Fabregat, I., and Nieto, M.A. Genes Dev 18, 1131-1143. Abstract
  • The snail gene family in gastrulation. (2004). Morales, A.V. and Nieto M.A. In: Gastrulation. Ed: Stern, C. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, New York.
  • Opposing FGF and retinoid pathways: a signalling switch that controls differentiation and patterning onset in the extending vertebrate body axis.(2004). Diez del Corral, R., and Storey, K.G. Bioessays 26, 857-869. Abstract
  • Opposing FGF and retinoid pathways control ventral neural pattern, neuronal differentiation, and segmentation during body axis extension (2003).Diez del Corral, R., Olivera-Martinez, I., Goriely, A., Gale, E., Maden, M. and Storey, K.Neuron 40, 65-79. Abstract
  • Periodic Lunatic fringe expression is controlled during segmentation by a cyclic transcriptional enhancer responsive to notch signalling (2002). Morales AV, Yasuda Y, Ish-Horowicz D. Dev Cell. 3(1):63-74.[ highlights in Current Biology 12 :R699-R701 (2002); The Scientist 16 (20) :45 (2002) and in Faculty of 1000, 2002.]Abstract

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