Ning Pan
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Pancreatic β cells require NeuroD to achieve and maintain functional maturity
C Gu, GH Stein, N Pan, S Goebbels, H Hörnberg, KA Nave, P Herrera, ...
Cell metabolism 11 (4), 298-310, 2010
Neurod1 suppresses hair cell differentiation in ear ganglia and regulates hair cell subtype development in the cochlea
I Jahan, N Pan, J Kersigo, B Fritzsch
PloS one 5 (7), e11661, 2010
A novel Atoh1 “self-terminating” mouse model reveals the necessity of proper Atoh1 level and duration for hair cell differentiation and viability
N Pan, I Jahan, J Kersigo, JS Duncan, B Kopecky, B Fritzsch
PloS one 7 (1), e30358, 2012
Conditional deletion of Atoh1 using Pax2-Cre results in viable mice without differentiated cochlear hair cells that have lost most of the organ of Corti
N Pan, I Jahan, J Kersigo, B Kopecky, P Santi, S Johnson, H Schmitz, ...
Hearing research 275 (1-2), 66-80, 2011
The molecular basis of making spiral ganglion neurons and connecting them to hair cells of the organ of Corti
T Yang, J Kersigo, I Jahan, N Pan, B Fritzsch
Hearing research 278 (1-2), 21-33, 2011
Mitochondria and hypoxic signaling: a new view
RO Poyton, PR Castello, KA Ball, DK Woo, N Pan
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1177 (1), 48-56, 2009
Evolution and development of the tetrapod auditory system: an organ of Corti‐centric perspective
B Fritzsch, N Pan, I Jahan, JS Duncan, BJ Kopecky, KL Elliott, J Kersigo, ...
Evolution & development 15 (1), 63-79, 2013
Neurod1 regulates survival and formation of connections in mouse ear and brain
I Jahan, J Kersigo, N Pan, B Fritzsch
Cell and tissue research 341 (1), 95-110, 2010
Defects in the cerebella of conditional Neurod1 null mice correlate with effective Tg(Atoh1-cre) recombination and granule cell requirements for Neurod1 for …
N Pan, I Jahan, JE Lee, B Fritzsch
Cell and tissue research 337, 407-428, 2009
Inner ear development: building a spiral ganglion and an organ of Corti out of unspecified ectoderm
B Fritzsch, N Pan, I Jahan, KL Elliott
Cell and tissue research 361, 7-24, 2015
Organ of Corti and stria vascularis: is there an interdependence for survival?
H Liu, Y Li, L Chen, Q Zhang, N Pan, DH Nichols, WJ Zhang, B Fritzsch, ...
PLoS One 11 (12), e0168953, 2016
Beyond generalized hair cells: molecular cues for hair cell types
I Jahan, N Pan, J Kersigo, B Fritzsch
Hearing research 297, 30-41, 2013
Dissecting the molecular basis of organ of Corti development: Where are we now?
B Fritzsch, I Jahan, N Pan, J Kersigo, J Duncan, B Kopecky
Hearing research 276 (1-2), 16-26, 2011
A RNAscope whole mount approach that can be combined with immunofluorescence to quantify differential distribution of mRNA
J Kersigo, N Pan, JD Lederman, S Chatterjee, T Abel, G Pavlinkova, ...
Cell and tissue research 374, 251-262, 2018
The quest for restoring hearing: understanding ear development more completely
I Jahan, N Pan, KL Elliott, B Fritzsch
Bioessays 37 (9), 1016-1027, 2015
Understanding the evolution and development of neurosensory transcription factors of the ear to enhance therapeutic translation
N Pan, B Kopecky, I Jahan, B Fritzsch
Cell and tissue research 349, 415-432, 2012
Expression of Neurog1 instead of Atoh1 can partially rescue organ of Corti cell survival
I Jahan, N Pan, J Kersigo, LE Calisto, KA Morris, B Kopecky, JS Duncan, ...
PloS one 7 (1), e30853, 2012
Neurog1 can partially substitute for Atoh1 function in hair cell differentiation and maintenance during organ of Corti development
I Jahan, N Pan, J Kersigo, B Fritzsch
Development 142 (16), 2810-2821, 2015
Neurotrophic factor function during ear development: expression changes define critical phases for neuronal viability
B Fritzsch, J Kersigo, T Yang, I Jahan, N Pan
The primary auditory neurons of the mammalian cochlea, 49-84, 2016
Opportunities and limits of the one gene approach: the ability of Atoh1 to differentiate and maintain hair cells depends on the molecular context
I Jahan, N Pan, B Fritzsch
Frontiers in cellular neuroscience 9, 26, 2015
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