Michael Deans
Michael Deans
Associate Professor of Otolaryngology, University of Utah School of Medicine
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Synchronous activity of inhibitory networks in neocortex requires electrical synapses containing connexin36
MR Deans, JR Gibson, C Sellitto, BW Connors, DL Paul
Neuron 31 (3), 477-485, 2001
Connexin36 is essential for transmission of rod-mediated visual signals in the mammalian retina
MR Deans, B Volgyi, DA Goodenough, SA Bloomfield, DL Paul
Neuron 36 (4), 703-712, 2002
Electrical synapses in the thalamic reticular nucleus
CE Landisman, MA Long, M Beierlein, MR Deans, DL Paul, BW Connors
Journal of Neuroscience 22 (3), 1002-1009, 2002
Rhythmicity without synchrony in the electrically uncoupled inferior olive
MA Long, MR Deans, DL Paul, BW Connors
Journal of Neuroscience 22 (24), 10898-10905, 2002
Convergence and segregation of the multiple rod pathways in mammalian retina
B Völgyi, MR Deans, DL Paul, SA Bloomfield
Journal of Neuroscience 24 (49), 11182-11192, 2004
Connexin mutations in deafness
TW White, MR Deans, DP Kelsell, DL Paul
Nature 394 (6694), 630-631, 1998
Asymmetric distribution of prickle-like 2 reveals an early underlying polarization of vestibular sensory epithelia in the inner ear
MR Deans, D Antic, K Suyama, MP Scott, JD Axelrod, LV Goodrich
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (12), 3139-3147, 2007
Comparison of phenotypes between different vangl2 mutants demonstrates dominant effects of the Looptail mutation during hair cell development
H Yin, CO Copley, LV Goodrich, MR Deans
PloS one 7 (2), e31988, 2012
Mammalian Otolin: a multimeric glycoprotein specific to the inner ear that interacts with otoconial matrix protein Otoconin-90 and Cerebellin-1
MR Deans, JM Peterson, GW Wong
PloS one 5 (9), e12765, 2010
Control of neuronal morphology by the atypical cadherin Fat3
MR Deans, A Krol, VE Abraira, CO Copley, AF Tucker, LV Goodrich
Neuron 71 (5), 820-832, 2011
Functional characteristics of skate connexin35, a member of the γ subfamily of connexins expressed in the vertebrate retina
TW White, MR Deans, J O'Brien, MR Al‐Ubaidi, DA Goodenough, H Ripps, ...
European Journal of Neuroscience 11 (6), 1883-1890, 1999
Postnatal refinement of auditory hair cell planar polarity deficits occurs in the absence of Vangl2
CO Copley, JS Duncan, C Liu, H Cheng, MR Deans
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (35), 14001-14016, 2013
Ciliary proteins Bbs8 and Ift20 promote planar cell polarity in the cochlea
HL May-Simera, RS Petralia, M Montcouquiol, YX Wang, KB Szarama, ...
Development 142 (3), 555-566, 2015
A balance of form and function: planar polarity and development of the vestibular maculae
MR Deans
Seminars in cell & developmental biology 24 (5), 490-498, 2013
Mouse horizontal cells do not express connexin26 or connexin36
MR Deans, DL Paul
Cell communication & adhesion 8 (4-6), 361-366, 2001
Celsr1 coordinates the planar polarity of vestibular hair cells during inner ear development
JS Duncan, ML Stoller, AF Francl, F Tissir, D Devenport, MR Deans
Developmental biology 423 (2), 126-137, 2017
Neuronal gap junctions in the mouse main olfactory bulb: morphological analyses on transgenic mice
T Kosaka, MR Deans, DL Paul, K Kosaka
Neuroscience 134 (3), 757-769, 2005
Planar cell polarity-dependent and independent functions in the emergence of tissue-scale hair follicle patterns
M Cetera, L Leybova, FW Woo, M Deans, D Devenport
Developmental biology 428 (1), 188-203, 2017
Frizzled3 and Frizzled6 cooperate with Vangl2 to direct cochlear innervation by type II spiral ganglion neurons
SR Ghimire, MR Deans
Journal of Neuroscience 39 (41), 8013-8023, 2019
A non-autonomous function of the core PCP protein VANGL2 directs peripheral axon turning in the developing cochlea
SR Ghimire, EM Ratzan, MR Deans
Development 145 (12), dev159012, 2018
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