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Iskandar, B.J., A. Nelson, J.H.P. Skene, C. Johnson, D. Resnick and H, Hariharan (2003) Folic acid aupplementation enhances mechanisms in the adult CNS. J. Neurosci.
24. Bomze, H.M., Bulsara, K.R., Iskandar, B.J., Caroni, P. and J.H.P. Skene (2001) Activation of spinal axon regeneration by replacing two growth cone proteins in adult neurons. Nature Neurosci. 4: 38-43.
Skene, J.H.P., and D.W. Cleveland (2001) Hypoxia and Lou Gehrig. Nature Genetics 28: 107-108.
Udvadia, A.J., Koster, R.W., and J.H.P. Skene (2001) GAP-43 promoter elements in transgenic zebrafish reveal a difference in signals for axon growth during CNS development and regeneration. Development 128: 1175-1182.
Hess, D.T., D.S. Smith, S.I. Patterson, R.A. Kahn, J.H.P. Skene and J.J. Norden (1999) Rapid arrest of axon elongation by brefeldin A: a role for the small GTP-binding protein ARF in neuronal growth cones. J. Neurobiol. 38: 105-115.
Patterson, S.I. and J.H.P. Skene (1999) A shift in protein S-palmitoylation, with persistence of growth-associated substrates, marks a critical period for synaptic plasticity in developing brain. J. Neurobiol. 39:423-437.
Weber, J.R.M. and J.H.P. Skene (1998) Activity of a highly promiscuous AP-1 element can be confined to neurons by a tissue-selective repressive element. J. Neurosci. 18: 5264-5274.
Herdegen, T., J.H.P. Skene and M. Bahr (1997) The c-jun transcription factor-bipotential mediator of neuronal death, survival and regeneration. Trends in Neurosci. 20: 227-231.
Smith, D.S. and J.H.P. Skene (1997) A transcription-dependent switch controls competence of adult neurons for distinct modes of axonal growth. J. Neurosci. 17: 646-658.
Weber, J.R.M. and J.H.P. Skene (1997) Identification of a novel silencer element that contributes to neuron-specific gene expression. J. Neurosci. 17: 7583-7593.