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Publications

  • Cornejo, M., D. Nambi, C. Walheim, M. Somerville, J. Walker, L. Kim, L. Ollison, G. Diamante, S. Vyawahare and M. de Bellard. 2010. Effect of NRG1, GDNF, EGF and NGF in the Migration of a Schwann Cell Precursor Line. Neurochemical Research: 1643-1651.

  • Rotenstein, L., A. Milanes, M. Juarez, M. Reyes and M. de Bellard. 2009. Embryonic development of glial cells and myelin in the shark, Chiloscyllium punctatum. Gene Expression Patterns: 572-585.

  • Ndubaku, U. and M. de Bellard. 2008. Glial cells. Acta Histochemica 110: 182-195.

  • De Bellard, M., M. Barembaum, O. Arman and M. Bronner-Fraser. 2007. Lunatic fringe causes expansion and increased neurogenesis of trunk neural tube and neural crest populations. Neuron Glia Biology: 93-103.

  • de Bellard, M., Y. Rao and M. Bronner-Fraser. 2003. Dual function of Slit2 in repulsion and enhanced migration of trunk, but not vagal, neural crest cells. Journal of Cell Biology: 269-279.

  • de Bellard, M., W. Ching, A. Gossler and M. Bronner-Fraser. 2002. Disruption of segmental neural crest migration and ephrin expression in Delta-1 null mice. Developmental Biology: 121-130.

  • Nellemann, C., M. de Bellard, M. Barembaum, E. Laufer and M. Bronner-Fraser. 2001. Excess lunatic fringe causes cranial neural crest over-proliferation. Developmental Biology: 121-130.

  • De Bellard, M. 1999. Characterization of the myelin-associated glycoprotein binding component. .

  • De Bellard, M. and M. Filbin. 1999. Myelin-associated glycoprotein, MAG, selectively binds several neuronal proteins. Journal of Neuroscience Research: 213-218.

  • Cai, D., Y. Shen, M. De Bellard, S. Tang and M. Filbin. 1999. Prior exposure to neurotrophins blocks inhibition of axonal regeneration by MAG and myelin via a cAMP-dependent mechanism. Neuron: 89-101.

  • Kelm, S., A. Pelz, R. Schauer, M. Filbin, S. Tang, M. De Bellard, R. Schnaar, J. Mahoney, A. Hartnell and P. Bradfield. 1994. Sialoadhesin, myelin-associated glycoprotein and CD22 define a new family of sialic acid-dependent adhesion molecules of the immunoglobulin superfamily. Current Biology: 965-972.

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Grants

  • MECHANISMS OF CYTOSKELETON DYNAMICS DURING NEURAL CREST CELL CHEMOATTRACTION

  • ROLE OF SLIT MOLECULES IN NEURAL CREST DELAMINATION

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Positions & Honors

  • 2010 – Fulbright, CIES

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