1. Hogg P.W., Coleman P., Dellazizzo Toth T., and K. Haas. (2022) Quantifying neuronal structural changes over time using dynamic morphometricsTrends in Neurosciences. (2022)  20:S0166-2236(21)00211-3. doi: 10.1016/j.tins.2021.10.011. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 34815102.
  2. Podgorski K, Toth TD, Coleman P, Opushnyev S, Brusco J, Hogg P, Edgcumbe P, Haas K (2021) Comprehensive imaging of synaptic activity reveals dendritic growth rules that cluster inputs. bioRxiv 2021.02.11.430646; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.02.11.430646
  3. Meili F, Wei WJ, Sin WC, Meyers WM, Dascalu I, Callaghan DB, Rogic S, Pavlidis P, and K Haas. (2021). Multi-parametric analysis of 57 SYNGAP1 variants reveal impacts on GTPase signaling, localization, and protein stabilityAmerican Journal of Human Genetics. Dec. 11: DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ajhg.2020.11.011
  4. Sakaki K, Podgorski K, Toth TD, Coleman P, and K Haas. (2020). Comprehensive imaging of sensory-evoked activity of entire neurons within the awake developing brain using ultrafast AOD-based random-access two-photon microscopy. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. Jun 16;14:33. doi: 10.3389/fncir.2020.00033. eCollection 2020. PMID: 32612514
  5. Post KL, Belmadani M, Ganguly P, Meili F, Dingwall R, McDiarmid T, Meyers W, Harrington C, Young B, Callaghan DB, Rogic S, Edwards M, Niciforovic A, Cau A, Rankin C, O’Connor TP, Bamji SX, Loewen CJ, Allan DW, Pavlidis P, Haas K(2020) Multi-model functionalization of disease-associated PTEN missense mutations identifies multiple molecular mechanisms underlying protein dysfunction. Nature Communications11, 2073, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-020-15943-0
  6. Podgorski, K., Dunfield, D., and K. Haas. “Functional clustering drives encoding improvement in a developing brain network during awake visual learning PloS Biology 10 (2012) e1001236. doi:10.1371/journal. pbio.1001236. PMID: 22253571
  7. Chen, S.X., A. Cherry,  P.K. Tari, K. Podgorski, K. Kwong, and K. Haas., “The transcription factor MEF2 directs developmental visually-driven functional and structural metaplasticity”, Cell 151 (2012) 41–55. PMID: 23021214
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