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1. Hatten ME, Lisberger SG   Multitasking on the run   ELIFE 2013 MAR 19; 2(?):? Article e00641 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

2. Schneider S, Gulacsi A, Hatten ME   Lrp12/Mig13a Reveals Changing Patterns of Preplate Neuronal Polarity during Corticogenesis that Are Absent in Reeler Mutant Mice. PMID 205439316 PMCID 3000567   CEREB CORTEX 2011 JAN;21(1):134-144 PMID/PMCID

3. Rousselet E, Marcinkiewicz J, Kriz J, Zhou A, Hatten ME, Prat A, Seidah NG   PCSK9 reduces the protein levels of the LDL receptor in mouse brain during development and after ischemic stroke. PMID 21518694 PMCID 3111744   J LIPID RES 2011 JUL;52(7):1383-1391 PMID/PMCID

4. Govek EE, Hatten ME, Van Aelst L   The role of Rho GTPase proteins in CNS neuronal migration. PMID 21557504   DEV NEUROBIOL 2011 JUN; 71(6):528-553 PMID/PMCID

5. Hatten ME, Roussel MF   Development and cancer of the cerebellum.PMID 21315459 PMCID 3051031   TRENDS NEUROSCI 2011 MAR;34(3):134-142 PMID/PMCID

6. Roussel MF, Hatten ME   CEREBELLUM: DEVELOPMENT AND MEDULLOBLASTOMA.PMID 21295689   CANCER AND DEVELOPMENT 2011;235-282 PMID/PMCID

7. Wilson PM, Fryer RH, Fang Y, Hatten ME   Astn2, A Novel Member of the Astrotactin Gene Family, Regulates the Trafficking of ASTN1 during Glial-Guided Neuronal Migration. PMID 20573900   J NEUROSCI 2010 JUN 23;30(25):8529-8540 PMID/PMCID

8. Nybo K, Hatten ME   A New Way of Expression.   BIOTECHNIQUES 2010 MAR;48(3):181 PMID/PMCID

9. Solecki DJ , Trivedi N , Govek EE , Kerekes RA , Gleason SS , Hatten ME   Myosin II Motors and F-Actin Dynamics Drive the Coordinated Movement of the Centrosome and Soma during CNS Glial-Guided Neuronal Migration. PMID 19607793   NEURON 2009 JUL 16;63(1):63-80 PMID/PMCID

10. Osheroff H , Hatten ME   Gene Expression Profiling of Preplate Neurons Destined for the Subplate: Genes Involved in Transcription, Axon Extension, Neurotransmitter Regulation, Steroid Hormone Signaling, and Neuronal Survival. PMID 19398467 PMCID 2693533   CEREB CORTEX 2009 JUL;19():I126-I134 PMID/PMCID

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