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Bral2 is indispensable for the proper localization of brevican and the structural integrity of the perineuronal net in the brainstem and cerebellum
Authors: Bekku, Y.; Saito, M.; Moser, M.; Fuchigami, M.; Maehara, A.; Nakayama, M.; Kusachi, S.; Ninomiya, Y.; Oohashi, T.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2012-06-01
Title of Journal: Journal of Comparative Neurology
Volume: 520
Issue / Number: 8
Start Page: 1721
End Page: 1736
Document Type: Article
ID: 609520.0
Bral1: Its Role in Diffusion Barrier Formation and Conduction Velocity in the CNS
Authors: Bekku, Y.; Vargova, L.; Goto, Y.; Vorisek, I.; Dmytrenko, L.; Narasaki, M.; Ohtsuka, A.; Fässler, R.; Ninomiya, Y.; Sykova, E.; Oohashi, T.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2010-02-24
Title of Journal: Journal of Neuroscience
Volume: 30
Issue / Number: 8
Start Page: 3113
End Page: 3123
Document Type: Article
ID: 474608.0
Ten_m3 regulates eye-specific patterning in the mammalian visual pathway and is required for binocular vision
Authors: Leamey, C. A.; Merlin, S.; Lattouf, P.; Sawatari, A.; Zhou, X.; Demel, N.; Glendining, K. A.; Oohashi, T.; Sur, M.; Faessler, R.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2007-09
Title of Journal: PLoS Biology
Volume: 5
Issue / Number: 9
Start Page: 2077
End Page: 2092
Sequence Number of Article: e241
Document Type: Article
ID: 328420.0
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Molecular cloning of Bral2, a novel brain-specific link protein, and immunohistochemical colocalization with brevican in perineuronal nets
Authors: Bekku, Y.; Su, W. D.; Hirakawa, S.; Fässler, R.; Ohtsuka, A.; Kang, J. S.; Sanders, J.; Murakami, T.; Ninomiya, Y.; Oohashi, T.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2003-09
Title of Journal: Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience
Volume: 24
Issue / Number: 1
Start Page: 148
End Page: 159
Document Type: Article
ID: 120368.0
The murine Ten-m/Odz genes show distinct but overlapping expression patterns during development and in adult brain
Authors: Zhou, X. H.; Brandau, O.; Feng, K.; Oohashi, T.; Ninomiya, Y.; Rauch, U.; Fässler, R.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2003-08
Title of Journal: Gene Expression Patterns
Volume: 3
Issue / Number: 4
Start Page: 397
End Page: 405
Document Type: Article
ID: 123130.0
All four members of the Ten-m/Odz family of transmembrane proteins form dimers
Authors: Feng, K.; Zhou, X. H.; Oohashi, T.; Morgelin, M.; Lustig, A.; Hirakawa, S.; Ninomiya, Y.; Engel, J.; Rauch, U.; Fässler, R.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2002-07-19
Title of Journal: Journal of Biological Chemistry
Volume: 277
Issue / Number: 29
Start Page: 26128
End Page: 26135
Document Type: Article
ID: 41711.0
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