Igor Adameyko
Igor Adameyko
Karolinska Institutet, Sweden; Medical University of Vienna, Austria
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Schwann cell precursors from nerve innervation are a cellular origin of melanocytes in skin
I Adameyko, F Lallemend, JB Aquino, JA Pereira, P Topilko, T Müller, ...
Cell 139 (2), 366-379, 2009
3742009
RNA velocity of single cells
G La Manno, R Soldatov, A Zeisel, E Braun, H Hochgerner, V Petukhov, ...
Nature 560 (7719), 494-498, 2018
3102018
Glial origin of mesenchymal stem cells in a tooth model system
N Kaukua, MK Shahidi, C Konstantinidou, V Dyachuk, M Kaucka, A Furlan, ...
Nature 513 (7519), 551-554, 2014
2212014
Parasympathetic neurons originate from nerve-associated peripheral glial progenitors
V Dyachuk, A Furlan, MK Shahidi, M Giovenco, N Kaukua, ...
Science 345 (6192), 82-87, 2014
1292014
Sox2 and Mitf cross-regulatory interactions consolidate progenitor and melanocyte lineages in the cranial neural crest
I Adameyko, F Lallemend, A Furlan, N Zinin, S Aranda, SS Kitambi, ...
Development 139 (2), 397-410, 2012
1122012
Multipotent peripheral glial cells generate neuroendocrine cells of the adrenal medulla
A Furlan, V Dyachuk, ME Kastriti, L Calvo-Enrique, H Abdo, S Hadjab, ...
Science 357 (6346), eaal3753, 2017
742017
The regulation of Sox9 gene expression by the GATA4/FOG2 transcriptional complex in dominant XX sex reversal mouse models
NL Manuylov, Y Fujiwara, II Adameyko, F Poulat, SG Tevosian
Developmental biology 307 (2), 356-367, 2007
742007
Retrograde signaling onto Ret during motor nerve terminal maturation
C Baudet, E Pozas, I Adameyko, E Andersson, J Ericson, P Ernfors
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (4), 963-975, 2008
622008
Glial versus melanocyte cell fate choice: Schwann cell precursors as a cellular origin of melanocytes
I Adameyko, F Lallemend
Cellular and molecular life sciences 67 (18), 3037-3055, 2010
512010
The retinoic acid inducible Cas-family signaling protein Nedd9 regulates neural crest cell migration by modulating adhesion and actin dynamics
JB Aquino, F Lallemend, F Marmigère, II Adameyko, EA Golemis, ...
Neuroscience 162 (4), 1106-1119, 2009
482009
Non-canonical functions of the peripheral nerve
M Kaucká, I Adameyko
Experimental cell research 321 (1), 17-24, 2014
432014
Superficial cells are self-renewing chondrocyte progenitors, which form the articular cartilage in juvenile mice
L Li, PT Newton, T Bouderlique, M Sejnohova, T Zikmund, ...
The FASEB Journal 31 (3), 1067-1084, 2017
372017
MYC proteins promote neuronal differentiation by controlling the mode of progenitor cell division
N Zinin, I Adameyko, M Wilhelm, N Fritz, P Uhlén, P Ernfors, ...
EMBO reports 15 (4), 383-391, 2014
372014
Spatiotemporal structure of cell fate decisions in murine neural crest
R Soldatov, M Kaucka, ME Kastriti, J Petersen, T Chontorotzea, ...
Science 364 (6444), eaas9536, 2019
312019
Analysis of neural crest–derived clones reveals novel aspects of facial development
M Kaucka, E Ivashkin, D Gyllborg, T Zikmund, M Tesarova, J Kaiser, M Xie, ...
Science advances 2 (8), e1600060, 2016
312016
The nervous system orchestrates and integrates craniofacial development: a review
I Adameyko, K Fried
Frontiers in physiology 7, 49, 2016
302016
GATA‐4: FOG interactions regulate gastric epithelial development in the mouse
CM Jacobsen, S Mannisto, S Porter‐Tinge, E Genova, H Parviainen, ...
Developmental dynamics: an official publication of the American Association …, 2005
272005
The transcription factor Hmx1 and growth factor receptor activities control sympathetic neurons diversification
A Furlan, M Lübke, I Adameyko, F Lallemend, P Ernfors
The EMBO journal 32 (11), 1613-1625, 2013
262013
Specialized cutaneous Schwann cells initiate pain sensation
H Abdo, L Calvo-Enrique, JM Lopez, J Song, MD Zhang, D Usoskin, ...
Science 365 (6454), 695-699, 2019
242019
Nerve-associated neural crest: peripheral glial cells generate multiple fates in the body
J Petersen, I Adameyko
Current opinion in genetics & development 45, 10-14, 2017
242017
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