Kubke Lab:Journal Club
I think the best thing is to describe the specifics of the paper on the front page and use the talk page to actually discuss the paper. =Page naming+ Please name this pages with the following format:
(add a, b, c, etc at the end as necessary)
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Needing Journal Club entries
References that are mentioned throughout the project
- Shigeru Kuratani, “Craniofacial Development and the Evolution of the Vertebrates: the Old Problems on a New Background,” Zoological Science 22, no. 1 (2005): 1.
- Francisco Cambronero and Luis Puelles, “Rostrocaudal nuclear relationships in the avian medulla oblongata: A fate map with quail chick chimeras,” The Journal of Comparative Neurology 427, no. 4 (11, 2000): 522-545.
- Shigeru Kuratani and Shinichi Aizawa, “Patterning of the cranial nerves in the chick embryo is dependent on cranial mesoderm and rhombomeric metamerism,” Development, Growth and Differentiation 37, no. 6 (12, 1995): 717-731.
- Faustino Marín and Luis Puelles, “Morphological Fate of Rhombomeres in Quail/Chick Chimeras: A Segmental Analysis of Hindbrain Nuclei,” European Journal of Neuroscience 7, no. 8 (8, 1995): 1714-1738.
- S. C Kuratani, S. Miyagawa-Tomita, and M. L Kirby, “Development of cranial nerves in the chick embryo with special reference to the alterations of cardiac branches after ablation of the cardiac neural crest,” Anatomy and embryology 183, no. 5 (1991): 501–514.
- S. Kuratani and S. Tanaka, “Peripheral development of the avian vagus nerve with special reference to the morphological innervation of heart and lung,” Anatomy and embryology 182, no. 5 (1990): 435–445.
- S. Kuratani, “Development of glossopharyngeal nerve branches in the early chick embryo with special reference to morphology of the Jacobson's anastomosis,” Anatomy and embryology 181, no. 3 (1990): 253–269.
- Shigeru Kuratani et al., “Early development of the hypoglossal nerve in the chick embryo as observed by the whole-mount nerve staining method,” American Journal of Anatomy 182, no. 2 (6, 1988): 155-168.
- Viktor Hamburger and Howard L. Hamilton, “A series of normal stages in the development of the chick embryo,” Journal of Morphology 88, no. 1 (1, 1951): 49-92.
- C. L. Yntema, “Experiments on the origin of the sensory ganglia of the facial nerve in the chick,” The Journal of Comparative Neurology 81, no. 2 (10, 1944): 147-167.
- Bass, A. H. (1985). "Comparative neuroanatomy: foundations for a comparative neurobiology." Environmental Biology of Fishes 13(1): 77-79.
- Jacobson, S., E. M. Marcus, et al. (2007). Neuroanatomy for the neuroscientist. New York ; London, Springer.
- Developmental organization of the glossopharyngeal nucleus in the embryonic chick brainstem slice as revealed by optical sectioning recording, by (Sato et al 2002). Added a proposed question to the shared personal objectives document.
- MOLECULAR PROFILING INDICATES AVIAN BRANCHIOMOTOR NUCLEI INVADE THE HINDBRAIN ALAR PLATE by Ju, Aroca, Luo, Puelles and Redies, 2004. Was helpful in some respects, made a few notes from it.
- THE CRANIAL MUSCLES AND CRANIAL AND FIRST SPINAL NERVES IN AMIA CALVA, EDWARD PHELPS ALLIS but did not find it useful. --Reuben Cutfield 17:20, 4 January 2011 (EST)
- 'Head morphogenesis in embryonic avian chimeras: evidence for a segmental pattern in the ectoderm corresponding to the neuromeres', Development 108, 543-558 and adding a few notes to my objectives page.
- 'Cranial Sensory and Autonomic Ganglia' by ADELE DAMICO-MARTEL
- 'THE CRANIAL-NERVE COMPONENTS IN THE: TOADFISH (OPSANUS TAU)' by DAVID S. PANKRATZ
- 'Neural Crest and Placodal Contributions in the Development of the Glossopharyngeal-Vagal Complex in the Chick' by C.H. NARAYANAN AND Y. NARAYANAN .
Auditory group journal club articles
Papers to discuss in the journal club. S. G. Lomber, S. Malhotra, and J. M. Sprague, “Restoration of Acoustic Orienting Into a Cortically Deaf Hemifield by Reversible Deactivation of the Contralesional Superior Colliculus: The Acoustic "Sprague Effect",” Journal of Neurophysiology 97, no. 2 (11, 2006): 979-993. J. DeFelipe, “From the Connectome to the Synaptome: An Epic Love Story,” Science 330, no. 6008 (11, 2010): 1198-1201.
Other related reading (not to be discussed in the journal club) J. M. Sprague, “Interaction of Cortex and Superior Colliculus in Mediation of Visually Guided Behavior in the Cat,” Science 153, no. 3743 (9, 1966): 1544-1547. Alan C Rosenquist and S Murray Sherman, “JAMES MATHER SPRAGUE 1916– 2002” (National Academy of Sciences USA, Washington DC, 2007). B. B. Biswal et al., “Toward discovery science of human brain function,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107, no. 10 (2, 2010): 4734-4739.