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Nagra, A., Katsube, M., Gao, W., Rosin, J.M., and Vora, S.R.* (2023). Embryonic inhibition of colony-stimulating factor 1 receptor impacts craniofacial morphogenesis. Orthodontics & Craniofacial Research, 00:1-9.
Rosin, J.M.*, Tretiakov, N., Hanniman, E., Hampton, K., and Kurrasch, D.M.* (2022). Gestational Bisphenol A Exposure Impacts Embryonic Hypothalamic Microglia Numbers, Ramification, and Phagocytic Cups. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 16:830399.
Rosin, J.M.*, Malik, F. and Kurrasch, D.M.* (2021). Live-cell imaging of microglial interactions with radial glia in transgenic embryonic mouse brains using slice culture. STAR Protocols, 2:100670.
Rosin, J.M., Sinha, S., Biernaskie, J. and Kurrasch, D.M.* (2021). A subpopulation of embryonic microglia respond to maternal stress and influence nearby neural progenitors. Developmental Cell, 56: 1326-1345.
Rosin, J.M., Marsters, C.M., Malik, F., Far, R., Adnani, L., Schuurmans, C., Pittman, Q.J. and Kurrasch, D.M.* (2021). Embryonic microglia interact with hypothalamic radial glia during development and upregulate the TAM receptors MERTK and AXL following an insult. Cell Reports, 34: 108587.
Rosin, J.M. and Kurrasch, D.M.* (2021). Chapter 1: The role of microglia in the developing hypothalamus. Glial-neuronal signaling in neuroendocrine systems. Masterclass in Neuroendocrinology, 11: 3-28. (Book Chapter).
Aslanpour, S., Rosin, J.M., Balakrishnan, A., Klenin, N., Blot, F., Gradwohl, G., Schuurmans, C. and Kurrasch, D.M.* (2020). Ascl1 is required to specify a subset of ventromedial hypothalamic neurons. Development, 147: dev180067.
Rosin, J.M. and Kurrasch, D.M.* (2019). Emerging roles for hypothalamic microglia as regulators of physiological homeostasis. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology, 54: 100748.
Skuplik, I., Benito-Sanz, S., Rosin, J.M., Bobick, B.E., Heath, K.E.* and Cobb, J.* (2018). Identification of a limb enhancer that is removed by pathogenic deletions downstream of the SHOX gene. Scientific Reports, 8: 14292.
Rosin, J.M., Vora, S.R. and Kurrasch, D.M.* (2018). Depletion of embryonic microglia using the CSF1R inhibitor PLX5622 has adverse sex-specific effects on mice, including accelerated weight gain, hyperactivity and anxiolytic-like behaviour. Brain, Behavior & Immunity, 73: 682-697.
Rosin, J.M. and Kurrasch, D.M.* (2018). In utero electroporation induces cell death and alters embryonic microglia morphology and expression signatures in the developing hypothalamus. Journal of Neuroinflammation, 15: 181.
Rosin, J.M. and Kurrasch, D.M.* (2018). Bisphenol A and microglia: could microglia be responsive to this environmental contaminant during neural development? American Journal of Physiology, Endocrinology and Metabolism, 315: E279-E285.
Marsters, C.M.#, Rosin, J.M.#, Thornton, H.F., Aslanpour, S., Klenin, N., Wilkinson, G., Schuurmans, C., Pittman, Q.J. and Kurrasch, D.M.* (2016). Oligodendrocyte development in the embryonic tuberal hypothalamus and the influence of Ascl1. Neural Development, 11: 20.
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Rosin, J.M., Li, W., Cox, L.C., Rolfe, S.M., Latorre, V., Akiyama, J.A., Visel, A., Kumamoto, T., Bobola, N., Turner, E.E. and Cox, T.C.* (2016). A distal 594 bp ECR specifies Hmx1 expression in pinna and lateral facial morphogenesis and is regulated by the Hox-Pbx-Meis complex. Development, 143: 2582-92.
Rosin, J.M., Kurrasch, D.M. and Cobb, J.A.* (2015). Shox2 is required for the proper development of the facial motor nucleus and the establishment of the of the facial nerves. BMC Neuroscience, 16: 39.
Rosin, J.M., McAllister, B.B., Dyck, R.H., Percival, C.J., Kurrasch, D.M. and Cobb, J.A.* (2015). Mice lacking the transcription factor SHOX2 display impaired cerebellar development and deficits in motor coordination. Developmental Biology, 399: 54-67.
Rosin, J.M., Abassah-Oppong, S. and Cobb, J.* (2013). Comparative transgenic analysis of enhancers from the human SHOX and mouse Shox2 genomic regions. Human Molecular Genetics, 22: 3063-3076.
Neufeld, S.#, Rosin, J.M.#, Ambasta, A.#, Hui, K., Shaneman, V., Crowder, R., Vickerman, L. and Cobb, J.* (2012). A conditional allele of Rspo3 reveals redundant function of R-spondins during mouse limb development. Genesis, 50: 741-749.
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