Embryology and Stem Cell Biology


Selected Publications

Giachino, C., Basak, O., Lugert, S., Knuckles, P., Obernier, K., Fiorelli, R., Frank, S., Raineteau, O., Alvarez-Buylla, A., and Taylor, V. (2013). Molecular diversity subdivides the adult forebrain neural stem cell population. Stem Cells. Aug 20. doi: 10.1002/stem.1520. [Epub ahead of print].

Knuckles, P., Vogt, M.A., Lugert, S., Milo, M., Chong, M.M.W., Hautbergue, G.M., Wilson, S.A., Littman, D.R., and Taylor, V. (2012). Drosha regulates neurogenesis by controlling Neurogenin2 Expression independent of mi- croRNAs. Nature Neuroscience. 15, 962-969.

Basak, O., Giachino, C., Fiorini, E., MacDonald, H.R., and Taylor, V. (2012). Neurogenic subventricular zone stem/ progenitor cells are Notch1-dependent in their active but not quiescent state. J Neurosci. 32, 5654-5666.

Lugert, S., Vogt, M., Tchorz, J.S., Müller, M., Giachino. C. and Taylor, V. (2012). Homeostatic neurogenesis in the adult hippocampus does not involve amplification of Ascl1high intermediate progenitors. Nature Communi- cations 3, 670.

Lugert, S., Basak, O., Knuckles, P., Häussler, U., Haas, C., Fabel, K., Goetz, M., Kempermann, G., Taylor, V.* and Giachino. C.* (2010). Quiescent and active hippocampal neural stem cells with distinct morphologies respond selectively to physiological and pathological stimuli and aging. Cell Stem Cell, 6:445-456.