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Selected Publications


Cheung A., Schachermayer G., Biehler A., Wallis A., Missaire M. & Hindges R. (2022) Teneurin paralogues are able to localise synaptic sites driven by the intracellular domain and have the potential to form cis-heterodimers, Front. Neurosci. 16:915149


Cheung A.*, Trevers K.E.*, Reyes-Corral M., Antinucci P. and Hindges R. (2019) Expression and Roles of Teneurins in Zebrafish. Front. Neurosci. 13:158. 

Antinucci, P. and Hindges, R. (2016) A crystal-clear zebrafish for in vivo imaging. Sci. Rep. 6, 29490

Antinucci, P., Suleyman, O., Monfries, C. & Hindges, R. (2016). Neural Mechanisms Generating Orientation Selectivity in the Retina. Current Biology 26: 1802-1815. 

Antinucci, P., Nikolaou, N., Meyer, M.P. & Hindges, R. (2013). Teneurin-3 specifies morphological and functional connectivity of retinal ganglion cells in the vertebrate visual system. Cell Reports 5: 582-592. 

Maiorano N.A. & Hindges, R. (2013) Restricted perinatal retinal degeneration induces retina reshaping and correlated structural rearrangement of the retinotopic map, Nature Commun. 4:1938

Pinter, R. & Hindges, R. (2010). Perturbations of MicroRNA Function in Mouse Dicer Mutants Produce Retinal Defects and Lead to Aberrant Axon Pathfinding at the Optic Chiasm, PLoS ONE 5(4): e10021

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