Neil Segil

Affiliations: 
Genetic, Molecular, and Cell Biology University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
Area:
Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience Biology
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Litao Tao grad student 2014 USC
Patricia M. White post-doc 2000-2008 House Ear Institute, Los Angeles (Neurotree)
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Jen HI, Hill MC, Tao L, et al. (2019) Transcriptomic and epigenetic regulation of hair cell regeneration in the mouse utricle and its potentiation by Atoh1. Elife. 8
Maletic-Savatic M, Semerci F, Choi WT, et al. (2017) Lunatic fringe-mediated Notch signaling regulates adult hippocampal neural stem cell maintenance. Elife. 6
Basch ML, Brown RM, Jen HI, et al. (2016) Fine-tuning of Notch signaling sets the boundary of the organ of Corti and establishes sensory cell fates. Elife. 5
Rainey RN, Ng SY, Llamas J, et al. (2016) Mutations in Cockayne Syndrome-Associated Genes (Csa and Csb) Predispose to Cisplatin-Induced Hearing Loss in Mice. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 4758-70
Abdolazimi Y, Stojanova Z, Segil N. (2016) Selection of cell fate in the organ of Corti involves the integration of Hes/Hey signaling at the Atoh1 promoter. Development (Cambridge, England). 143: 841-50
Stojanova ZP, Kwan T, Segil N. (2015) Epigenetic regulation of Atoh1 guides hair cell development in the mammalian cochlea. Development (Cambridge, England). 142: 3529-36
Tao L, Segil N. (2015) Early transcriptional response to aminoglycoside antibiotic suggests alternate pathways leading to apoptosis in sensory hair cells in the mouse inner ear. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 9: 190
Nagtegaal AP, Rainey RN, van der Pluijm I, et al. (2015) Cockayne syndrome group B (Csb) and group a (Csa) deficiencies predispose to hearing loss and cochlear hair cell degeneration in mice. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 35: 4280-6
Worman HJ, Segil N. (2013) Nucleocytoplasmic connections and deafness. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 123: 553-5
White PM, Stone JS, Groves AK, et al. (2012) EGFR signaling is required for regenerative proliferation in the cochlea: conservation in birds and mammals. Developmental Biology. 363: 191-200
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