Follow
John Bixby
John Bixby
Professor of Pharmacology, University of Miami
Verified email at miami.edu
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
The middle temporal visual area in the macaque: myeloarchitecture, connections, functional properties and topographic organization
DC Van Essen, JHR Maunsell, JL Bixby
Journal of Comparative Neurology 199 (3), 293-326, 1981
7801981
KLF family members regulate intrinsic axon regeneration ability
DL Moore, MG Blackmore, Y Hu, KH Kaestner, JL Bixby, VP Lemmon, ...
Science 326 (5950), 298-301, 2009
6712009
Microtubule stabilization reduces scarring and causes axon regeneration after spinal cord injury
F Hellal, A Hurtado, J Ruschel, KC Flynn, CJ Laskowski, M Umlauf, ...
Science 331 (6019), 928-931, 2011
5562011
Identification of the major proteins that promote neuronal process outgrowth on Schwann cells in vitro.
JL Bixby, J Lilien, LF Reichardt
The Journal of cell biology 107 (1), 353-361, 1988
5201988
N-cadherin and integrins: two receptor systems that mediate neuronal process outgrowth on astrocyte surfaces
KJ Tomaselli, KM Neugebauer, JL Bixby, J Lilien, LF Reichard
Neuron 1 (1), 33-43, 1988
4321988
Systemic administration of epothilone B promotes axon regeneration after spinal cord injury
J Ruschel, F Hellal, KC Flynn, S Dupraz, DA Elliott, A Tedeschi, M Bates, ...
Science 348 (6232), 347-352, 2015
3802015
Molecular mechanisms of axon growth and guidance
JL Bixby, WA Harris
Annual review of cell biology 7 (1), 117-159, 1991
3631991
Purified N-cadherin is a potent substrate for the rapid induction of neurite outgrowth.
JL Bixby, R Zhang
The Journal of cell biology 110 (4), 1253-1260, 1990
3541990
The pattern of interhemispheric connections and its relationship to extrastriate visual areas in the macaque monkey
DC Van Essen, WT Newsome, JL Bixby
Journal of Neuroscience 2 (3), 265-283, 1982
3241982
The projections from striate cortex (V1) to areas V2 and V3 in the macaque monkey: asymmetries, areal boundaries, and patchy connections
DC Van Essen, WT Newsome, JHR Maunsell, JL Bixby
Journal of Comparative Neurology 244 (4), 451-480, 1986
3231986
Neurite outgrowth on muscle cell surfaces involves extracellular matrix receptors as well as Ca2+-dependent and-independent cell adhesion molecules.
JL Bixby, RS Pratt, J Lilien, LF Reichardt
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 84 (8), 2555-2559, 1987
2961987
Krüppel-like Factor 7 engineered for transcriptional activation promotes axon regeneration in the adult corticospinal tract
MG Blackmore, Z Wang, JK Lerch, D Motti, YP Zhang, CB Shields, JK Lee, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (19), 7517-7522, 2012
2562012
Distinct molecular interactions mediate neuronal process outgrowth on non-neuronal cell surfaces and extracellular matrices.
KJ Tomaselli, LF Reichardt, JL Bixby
The Journal of cell biology 103 (6), 2659-2672, 1986
2371986
Agrin orchestrates synaptic differentiation at the vertebrate neuromuscular junction
MA Ruegg, JL Bixby
Trends in neurosciences 21 (1), 22-27, 1998
2291998
Distinct neurite outgrowth signaling pathways converge on ERK activation
JC Perron, JL Bixby
Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience 13 (5), 362-378, 1999
2151999
Reactive oxygen species regulate axonal regeneration through the release of exosomal NADPH oxidase 2 complexes into injured axons
A Hervera, F De Virgiliis, I Palmisano, L Zhou, E Tantardini, G Kong, ...
Nature cell biology 20 (3), 307-319, 2018
2032018
Protein kinase C is involved in laminin stimulation of neurite outgrowth
JL Bixby
Neuron 3 (3), 287-297, 1989
1781989
A new in vitro model of the glial scar inhibits axon growth
IB Wanner, A Deik, M Torres, A Rosendahl, JT Neary, VP Lemmon, ...
Glia 56 (15), 1691-1709, 2008
1772008
Extracellular matrix molecules and cell adhesion molecules induce neurites through different mechanisms.
JL Bixby, P Jhabvala
The Journal of cell biology 111 (6), 2725-2732, 1990
1571990
Agrin is a differentiation-inducing “stop signal” for motoneurons in vitro
JA Campagna, MA Rüegg, JL Bixby
Neuron 15 (6), 1365-1374, 1995
1551995
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20