Yannick Carrier#, Laura Quintana Rio#, Nadia Formicola, Vicente de Sousa-Xavier, Maha Tabet, Yu-Chieh David Chen, Lisa Orts, Maeva Wislez, Filipe Pinto-Teixeira. doi: Biased cell adhesion organizes a circuit for visual motion integration

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Pinto-Teixeira F., Koo C., Rossi AM., Neriec N., Bertet C., Li X., Del-Valle-Rodriguez A., Desplan C., Development of Concurrent Retinotopic Maps in the Fly Motion Detection Circuit. Cell. 2018 2: 485-498. PMID:29576455. 

o  This manuscript was previewed in Cell (Yoon KJ et al, Cell 2018) and commented in Current Bio (Pang M. and Clandinin TR, Current Bio 2018).


Perry M., Konstantinides N., Pinto-Teixeira F., and Desplan C., Generation and Evolution of Neural Cell Types and Circuits: Insights from the Drosophila Visual System. Annu Rev Genet. 2017. 51: 501-527. PMID: 28961025.


Pinto-Teixeira F.*, Konstantinides N. *, and Desplan C., Programmed. cell death. acts at. different stages of Drosophila neurodevelopment to shape the central nervous system. FEBSLett. 2016 590: 2435-53.PMID: 27404003.

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Pinto-Teixeira F., and Desplan C., Re-utilization of a transcription factor. Elife. 2016  14;5. pii: e21522. PMID:27740911. 


Pinto-Teixeira F. *, Viader-Llargues O.*, Torres-Mejia E., Pola-Morell L. and López-Schier H., Inexhaustible hair-cell regeneration in young and aged zebrafish. BiolOpen. 2015. 4: 903-909. PMID: 26002931. 

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Pinto-Teixeira F.,and Desplan C., Notch activity in neural progenitors coordinates cytokinesis and asymmetric differentiation. SciSignal. 2014. 7(348). PMID: 25336612.


Pinto-Teixeira F., Muzzopappa M., Swoger J., Mineo A., Sharpe J., and López-Schier H., Intravital imaging of hair-cell development and regeneration in the zebrafish. FrontNeuroanat. 2013 Oct11;7:33. PMID: 24130521. 

Pinto-Teixeira F., and Desplan C., Dying to entrain: regulating ipRGC spacing. Dev Cell. 2013. 24(4):338-40. PMID: 23449468.


WibowoI.*, Pinto-Teixeira F.*, Satou C., Higashijima S., and López-Schier H., Compartmentalized Notch signaling sustains epithelial mirror symmetry. Development. 2011 138:1143-52. PMID: 21343366.

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