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publications from the Richardson lab

Doctoral Theses:

Psachoulia, K. (2010). NG2 cells in adult neural plasticity.  Doctoral Thesis, University College London.* [PDF]

 

Fogarty, M.H. (2006). Fate-mapping the mouse neural tube by Cre-loxP transgenesis.  Doctoral Thesis, University of London. [PDF]

 

*note that the degree awarding authority recently changed from ‘University of London’ to ‘University College London’

Journal articles:

2013-2014

Paes de Faria, J., Kessaris, N., Andrew, P., Richardson, W.D. and Li, H.(2012). New Olig1 null mice confirm a non-essential role for Olig1 in oligodendrocyte development.  BMC Neurosci.15,12. DOI:10.1186/1471-2202-15-12 [PDF] [suppl info]

 

Young, K.M., Psachoulia, K., Tripathi, R.B., Dunn, S.-J., Cossell, L., Attwell, D., Tohyama, K. and Richardson, W.D. Oligodendrocyte dynamics in the healthy adult CNS: evidence for myelin remodelling.  Neuron 77 ,873-885. [PDF] [suppl info]

 

2008-2012

Clarke, L.E., Young, K.M., Hamilton, N.B., Li, H., Richardson, W.D. and Attwell, D. (2012). Properties and fate of oligodendrocyte progenitor cells in the corpus callosum, motor cortex and piriform cortex of the mouse.  J.Neurosci.  [PDF]

 

Richardson, W.D., Young, K.M., Tripathi, R.B. and McKenzie, I. (2011).  NG2-glia as multipotent neural stem cells: fact or fantasy?  Neuron 70, 661-673.  [PDF]

 

Tripathi, R.B., Clarke, L.E., Burzomato, V., Anderson, P.N., Kessaris, N., Attwell, D., and Richardson, W.D. (2011). Dorsally- and ventrally-derived oligodendrocytes have similar electrical properties but myelinate preferred tracts.  J. Neurosci.31, 6809-6819.  [PDF]

 

Li, H., Paes de Faria, J., Andrew, P., Nitarska, J. and Richardson, W.D. (2011). Phosphorylation regulates OLIG2 co-factor choice and the motor neuron-oligodendrocyte fate switch.  Neuron 69, 918-929 [PDF] [suppl info]

 

Tripathi, R.B., Rivers, L.E., Jamen, F. Young, K.M. and Richardson, W.D. (2010). NG2 glia generate new oligodendrocytes but few astrocytes in a murine experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis model of demyelinating disease. J. Neurosci. 30, 16383-16390. [PDF] [suppl info]

 

Young, K.M., Mitsumori, T., Pringle, N., Grist, M. and Richardson, W.D. (2010). An Fgfr3‑iCreERT2 transgenic mouse line for studies of neural stem cells and astrocytes.  Glia 58, 943-953.  [PDF]  [suppl Fig.S1] [suppl Fig.S2]

 

Zawadzka, M., Rivers, L.E., Fancy, S.P.J., Zhao, C., Tripathi R., Jamen, F., Young, K.M., Goncharevich, A., Pohl, H., Rizzi, M., Rowitch, D.H., Kessaris, N., Suter, U., Richardson, W.D.* and Franklin, R.M.J.*  (2010). CNS-resident glial progenitor/stem cells produce Schwann cells as well as oligodendrocytes during repair of CNS demyelination.  Cell Stem Cell 6, 578-590.  * joint senior authors   [PDF]

 

Psachoulia, K., Jamen, F., Young, K.M. and Richardson, W.D. (2009).  Cell cycle dynamics of NG2 cells in the postnatal and ageing mouse brain.  Neuron Glia Biology 5, 57-67. [PDF]

 

Li, H. and Richardson, W.D. (2009).  The evolution of Olig genes and their roles in myelination.  Neuron Glia Biology 4, 129-135.  [PDF]

 

Li, H., He, Y., Richardson, W.D. and Casacchia, P. (2009). Two-tier transcriptional control of oligodendrocyte differentiation.  Curr. Opinion Neurobiol. 19, 479-485.  [PDF]

 

Li, H. and Richardson, W.D. (2009).  Genetics meets epigenetics:  HDACs and Wnt signalling in oligodendrocyte development and regeneration. Nat. Neurosci. 12, 815-817. (News and Views)  [PDF]

 

Rivers, L.E., Young, K.M., Rizzi, M., Jamen, F., Psachoulia, K., Wade, A., Kessaris, N. and Richardson, W.D. (2008).  PDGFRA/ NG2-positive glia generate myelinating oligodendrocytes and piriform projection neurons in adult mice.  Nat. Neurosci. 11, 1392–1401. [PDF]  [suppl info]

 

Pontecorvi, M., Goding, C.R., Richardson, W.D. and Kessaris, N. (2008). Expression of Tbx2 and Tbx3 in the developing hypothalamic-pituitary axis.  Gene Expression Patterns 8, 411-417.  [PDF]

 

Kessaris, N., Pringle, N.P. and Richardson, W.D. (2008). Specification of CNS glia from neural stem cells in the embryonic neuroepithelium.

Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. B  363, 71-85.   [PDF]

 

2003-2007

Li, H., Lu, Y., Smith, H.K. and Richardson W.D. (2007).  Olig1 and Sox10 interact synergistically to drive myelin basic protein (mbp) transcription in oligodendrocytes.  J. Neurosci. 27, 14375-14382.  [PDF]  [suppl info]

 

Young, K., Fogarty, M., Kessaris, N. and Richardson, W.D. (2007).  Subventricular zone stem cells are heterogeneous with respect to their embryonic origins and neurogenic fates in the adult olfactory bulb.  J. Neurosci. 27, 8286-8296.   [PDF]  [suppl info]

 

Barrio, M.G., Taveira-Marques, R., Muruyama, Y., Yuk., D.‑I., Li, S., Wines-Samuelson, M., Shen., J., Smith, H.K., Xiang, M., Rowitch, D. and Richardson, W.D. (2007).  A regulatory network involving Foxn4, Mash‑1 and Delta‑like 4/Notch‑1 generates V2a and V2b spinal interneurons from a common progenitor pool.  Development  134, 3427-3436.  [PDF]

 

Kazakova, N., Li, H., Mora, A., Jessen, K., Mirsky, R., Richardson, W.D. and Smith, H.K. (2006).  A screen for mutations in zebrafish that affect myelin basic protein expression in Schwann cells and oligodendrocytes.  Dev. Biol. 297, 1-13. [PDF]

 

Richardson, W.D., Kessaris, N., & Pringle, N.P. (2006). Oligodendrocyte Wars.  Nat. Rev. Neurosci. 7, 11-18. [PDF]

Kessaris, N., Fogarty, M., Iannarelli, P., Grist, M., Wegner, M. and Richardson, W.D. (2006).  Competing waves of oligodendrocytes in the forebrain and postnatal elimination of an embryonic lineage.  Nat. Neurosci. 9, 173-179 [PDF]

Fogarty, M., Richardson , W.D. and Kessaris, N. (2005).  A subset of oligodendrocytes generated from radial glia in the dorsal spinal cord.  Development 132, 1951-1959. [PDF]

West, H., Richardson , W.D. and Fruttiger, M. (2005).  Stabilization of the retinal vascular network by reciprocal feedback between blood vessels and astrocytes.  Development 132, 1855-1862. [PDF]

Billon, N., Terrinoni, A., Jolicoeur, C., McCarthy, A., Richardson , W.D., Melino, G. and Raff, M. (2004). Roles for p53 and p73 during oligodendrocyte development. Development 131, 1211-1220. [PDF]

Kessaris, N., Jamen, F., Rubin, L.L., and Richardson, W.D. (2004). Cooperation between Sonic hedgehog and fibroblast growth factor/ MAPK signalling pathways in neocortical precursors.  Development 131, 1289-1298. [PDF]

Woodruff, R.F., Fruttiger, M., Richardson, W.D. and Franklin, R.J.M. (2004).  Platelet-derived growth factor regulates oligodendrocyte progenitor numbers in adult CNS and their response following CNS demyelination.  Mol. Cell. Neurosci. 25, 252-262.[PDF]

Ivanova, A., Agochiya, M., Amoyel, M. and Richardson, W.D. (2003).  Receptor tyrosine phosphatase zeta/ beta in astrocyte progenitors in the developing chick spinal cord.  Gene Expression Patterns 4, 161-166. [PDF]

Pringle, N.P., Yu, W.-P., Howell, M., Covin, J.S., Ornitz, D.M., and Richardson, W.D. (2003). Fgfr3 in astrocytes and their precursors: evidence that spinal cord astrocytes and oligodendrocytes originate in separate neuroepithelial domains.  Development 130, 93-102. [PDF]

1998-2002

Rowitch, D.H., Lu, Q.R., Kessaris, N., and Richardson, W.D. (2002). An “oligarchy” rules neural development.  Trends Neurosci. 25, 417-422. [PDF]

 

Fu, H., Qi, Y., Tan, M., Cai, J., Takebayashi, H., Nakafuku, M., Richardson, W.D., and Qiu, M. (2001).  Dual origin of spinal oligodendrocyte progenitors and evidence for the cooperative role of Olig2 and Nkx2.2 in the control of oligodendrocyte differentiation.  Development 129, 681-693.

Kessaris, N., Pringle, N. and Richardson, W.D. (2001).  Ventral neurogenesis and the neuron-glial switch.  Neuron 31, 677-680. [PDF]

Tekki-Kessaris, N., Woodruff, R., Hall, A.C., Gaffield, W., Kimura, S., Stiles, C.D., Rowitch, D.H., and Richardson, W.D. (2001). Hedgehog-dependent oligodendrocyte lineage specification in the telencephalon. Development 128, 2545-2554. [PDF]

Richardson, W.D (2001). Oligodendrocyte development. In Glial Cell Development (KR Jessen and WD Richardson, editors). Oxford University Press. In press. [pre-print]

van Heyningen, P., Calver, A.R. and Richardson, W.D. (2001). Control of progenitor cell number by mitogen supply-and-demand. Current Biology 11, 232-241. [PDF]

Woodruff, R.H., Tekki-Kessaris, N., Stiles, C.D., Rowitch, D.H. and Richardson, W.D. (2001). Oligodendrocyte development in the spinal cord and telencephalon: common themes and new perspectives. Int. J. Dev. Neurosci. 19, 379-385. [PDF]

Fruttiger, M., Calver, A.R. and Richardson, W.D. (2000). PDGF is constitutively secreted from neuronal cell bodies but not from axons. Current Biology 10, 1283-1286. [PDF]

Sun, T., Jayatilake, D., Ataliotis, P., Afink, G.B., Nistér, M., Richardson, W.D. and Smith, H.K. (2000). A human YAC transgene rescues craniofacial and neural tube development in PDGFRa knockout mice and uncovers a role for PDGFRa in prenatal lung growth. Development 127, 4519-4529. [PDF]

Richardson, W.D., Smith, H.K., Sun, T., Pringle, N.P., Hall, A. and Woodruff, R. (2000). Oligodendrocyte lineage and the motor neuron connection. Glia 29, 136-142. [PDF]

Fruttiger, M., Karlsson, L., Hall, A.C., Abramsson, A., Calver, A.R., Bostrom, H., Willetts, K., Bertold, C.-H., Heath, J.K., Betsholtz, C. and Richardson, W.D. (1999). Defective oligodendrocyte development and severe hypomyelination in PDGF-A knockout mice. Development 126, 457-467. [PDF]

Sun, T., Pringle, N.P., Hardy, A., Richardson, W.D. and Smith H.K. (1998). Pax6 influences the time and site of origin of glial precursors in the ventral neural tube. Mol. Cell. Neurosci. 12, 228-239.  [PDF]

Pringle, N.P., Guthrie, S., Lumsden, A., and Richardson, W.D. (1998). Dorsal spinal cord neuroepithelium generates astrocytes but not oligodendrocytes. Neuron 20, 883-893.  [PDF]

Calver, A.R., Hall, A.C., Yu, W-P., Walsh. F.S., Heath, J.K., Betsholtz, C. and Richardson, W.D. (1998). Oligodendrocyte population dynamics and the role of PDGF in vivo. Neuron 20, 869-882.  [PDF]

1990-1997

Pringle, N.P., Nadon, N.L., Rhode, D., Richardson, W.D. and Duncan, I.D. (1997). Normal temporal and spatial distribution of oligodendrocyte progenitors in the myelin- deficient (md) rat. J. Neurosci. Res. 47, 264-270.

Richardson, W.D., Pringle, N.P., Yu, W.-P. and Hall, A.C. (1997). Origins of spinal cord oligodendrocytes: possible developmental and evolutionary relationships with motor neurons. Dev. Neurosci. 19, 54-64.  [PDF]

Hall, A.C., Giese, N.A. and Richardson, W.D. (1996). Spinal cord oligodendrocytes develop from ventrally-derived progenitor cells that express PDGF alpha-receptors. Development 122, 4085-4094.  [PDF]

Fruttiger, M.., Calver, A.R., Kruger, W., Mudhar, H.S., Michalovich, D., Takakura, N., Nishikawa, S.-I. and Richardson, W.D. (1996). PDGF mediates a neuron-astrocyte interaction in the developing retina. Neuron 17, 1117-1131.  [PDF]

Pringle, N.P., Yu, W.-P., Guthrie, S., Roelink, H., Lumsden, A., Peterson, A.C. and Richardson, W.D. (1996). Determination of neuroepithelial cell fate: induction of the oligodendrocyte lineage by ventral midline cells and Sonic hedgehog. Dev. Biol. 177, 30-42.  [PDF]

Richardson, W.D., Pringle, N.P., Yu, W.-P., Collarini, E.J. and Hall, A.C. (1995). Embryonic origin and early development of oligodendrocytes. In: Glial Cell Development. K.R. Jessen and W.D. Richardson, eds. (Oxford University Press, Oxford, New York), pp53-70.

Yu, W.-P., Collarini, E.J., Pringle, N.P. and Richardson, W.D. (1994). Embryonic expression of myelin genes: evidence for a focal source of oligodendrocyte precursors in the ventricular zone of the neural tube. Neuron 12, 1353-1362.  [PDF]

Ninkina, N.N., Stevens, G.E.M., Wood, J.S., and Richardson,W.D. (1993). A novel Brn3-like POU transcription factor expressed in subsets of rat sensory and spinal cord neurons. Nucleic Acids Res., 21, 3175-3182.

Mudhar, H.S., Pollock, R.A., Wang, C., Stiles, C., and Richardson, W.D. (1993). PDGF and its receptors in the developing rodent retina and optic nerve. Development 118, 539-552.  [PDF]

Pringle, N.P., and Richardson, W.D. (1993). A singularity of PDGF alpha receptor expression in the dorsoventral axis of the neural tube may define the origin of the oligodendrocyte lineage. Development 117, 525-533.  [PDF]

Barres, B.A., Hart, I.K., Coles, H.S.R., Burne, J.F., Voyvodic, J.T., Richardson, W.D. and Raff, M.C. (1992).  Cell death and control of cell survival in the oligodendrocyte lineage.  Cell 70, 31-46.  [PDF]

Pringle, N.P., Mudhar, H.S., Collarini, E.J. and Richardson, W.D. (1992). PDGF receptors in the rat CNS: during late neurogenesis, PDGF alpha-receptor expression seems to be restricted to glial cells of the oligodendrocyte lineage.  Development 115, 535-551.  [PDF]

Pre-1990

Pringle, N., Collarini, E.J., Mosley, M.J., Heldin, C.‑H., Westermark, B and Richardson, W.D.  (1989). PDGF A chain homodimers drive proliferation of bipotential (O-2A) glial progenitor cells in the developing rat optic nerve. EMBO J. 8, 1049-1056.  [PDF]

Richardson, W.D., Pringle, N.P., Mosley, M.J., Westermark, B. and Dubois-Dalcq, M. (1988). A role for platelet-derived growth factor in normal gliogenesis in the central nervous system.  Cell 53, 300-310.  [PDF]

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