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Tue Nov 29 2022
Welcome to the Heiman Lab!
IN THE LAB
You are standing in a lab on the 14th floor of the CLS building. There are benches with microscopes in front of you. Several lab members are working nearby. An office is to your right. There is a petri dish here.
What would you like to do?
> read lab papers
You pick up a stack of papers and start glancing through their titles.
When is a neuron like an epithelial cell. Maxwell G. Heiman, Developmental Biology 2022. pdf
Axon-dendrite and apical-basolateral sorting in a single neuron. Monique Lillis, Nathan J. Zaccardi, and Maxwell G. Heiman, Genetics 2022. pdf
Loss of the extracellular matrix protein DIG-1 causes glial fragmentation, dendrite breakage, and dendrite extension defects. Megan K. Chong *, Elizabeth R. Cebul *, Karolina Mizeracka *, and Maxwell G. Heiman, Journal of Developmental Biology 2021. pdf
Lineage-specific control of convergent differentiation by a Forkhead repressor. Karolina Mizeracka, Julia M. Rogers, Shai Shaham, Martha L. Bulyk, and Maxwell G. Heiman, Development 2021. pdf
Cell-type-specific promoters for C. elegans glia. Wendy Fung *, Leigh Wexler *, and Maxwell G. Heiman, Journal of Neurogenetics 2020. pdf
Dendrites with specialized glial attachments develop by retrograde extension using SAX-7 and GRDN-1. Elizabeth R. Cebul *, Ian G. McLachlan *, and Maxwell G. Heiman, Development 2020. pdf
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