Robert Hindges

Robert Hindges

Professor of Developmental Neurobiology, Group Leader



All publications:

2008

Marler KJ, Becker-Barroso E, Martínez A, Llovera M, Wentzel C, Poopalasundaram S, Hindges R, Soriano E, Comella J, Drescher U (2008) A TrkB/EphrinA interaction controls retinal axon branching and synaptogenesis. J Neurosci 28: 12700-12

2007

Reber M, Hindges R, Lemke G (2007) Eph receptors and ephrin ligands in axon guidance. Adv Exp Med Biol 621: 32-49

2006

Reber M, Hindges R, Lemke G (2006) In: Axon Growth and Guidance, Landes Bioscience. Ed. Bagnard D
Eph receptors and ephrin ligands in axon guidance.
Book chapter In Press

2004

Pak W, Hindges R, Lim YS, Pfaff SL, O'Leary DD (2004) Magnitude of binocular vision controlled by islet-2 repression of a genetic program that specifies laterality of retinal axon pathfinding. Cell 119: 567-78

2003

McLaughlin T, Hindges R, O'Leary DD (2003) Regulation of axial patterning of the retina and its topographic mapping in the brain. Curr Opin Neurobiol 13: 57-69
McLaughlin T, Hindges R, Yates PA, O'Leary DD (2003) Bifunctional action of ephrin-B1 as a repellent and attractant to control bidirectional branch extension in dorsal-ventral retinotopic mapping. Development 130: 2407-18

2002

Mui SH, Hindges R, O'Leary DD, Lemke G, Bertuzzi S (2002) The homeodomain protein Vax2 patterns the dorsoventral and nasotemporal axes of the eye. Development 129: 797-804
Hindges R, McLaughlin T, Genoud N, Henkemeyer M, O'Leary DD (2002) EphB forward signaling controls directional branch extension and arborization required for dorsal-ventral retinotopic mapping. Neuron 35: 475-87

1999

Bertuzzi S, Hindges R, Mui SH, O'Leary DD, Lemke G (1999) The homeodomain protein vax1 is required for axon guidance and major tract formation in the developing forebrain. Genes Dev 13: 3092-105