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Murphy KE, Zhang EY, Wyatt EV, Sperringer JE, Duncan BW, Maness PF.Doublecortin-like kinase 1 (DCLK1) Facilitates Dendritic Spine Growth of Pyramidal Neurons in Mouse Prefrontal Cortex.  Neuroscience. 2023 Jan 1; 508:98-109. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroscience. PMID: 36064052 

The L1 Cell Adhesion Molecule Constrains Dendritic Spine Density in Pyramidal Neurons of the Mouse Cerebral Cortex  

Kelsey E. Murphy, Sarah D. Wade, Justin E. Sperringer, Vishwa Mohan, Bryce W. Duncan, Erin Y. Zhang, Yubin Pak, David Lutz, Melitta Schachner, and Patricia F. Maness 

Frontiers in Neuroanatomy,  in press, 2023.

[1] B.W. Duncan, K.E. Murphy, P.F. Maness, Molecular Mechanisms of L1 and NCAM Adhesion Molecules in Synaptic Pruning, Plasticity, and Stabilization, Front Cell Dev Biol, 9 (2021) 625340, PMC7876315.

[2] B.W. Duncan, V. Mohan, S.D. Wade, Y. Truong, A. Kampov-Polevoi, B.R. Temple, P.F. Maness, Semaphorin3F Drives Dendritic Spine Pruning Through Rho-GTPase Signaling, Mol Neurobiol, DOI 10.1007/s12035-021-02373-2(2021).

[3] T. Takano, J.T. Wallace, K.T. Baldwin, A.M. Purkey, A. Uezu, J.L. Courtland, E.J. Soderblom, T. Shimogori, P.F. Maness, C. Eroglu, S.H. Soderling, Chemico-genetic discovery of astrocytic control of inhibition in vivo, Nature, 588 (2020) 296-302, PMC8011649.

[4] V. Mohan, S.D. Wade, C.S. Sullivan, M.R. Kasten, C. Sweetman, R. Stewart, Y. Truong, M. Schachner, P.B. Manis, P.F. Maness, Close Homolog of L1 Regulates Dendritic Spine Density in the Mouse Cerebral Cortex Through Semaphorin 3B, J Neurosci, 39 (2019) 6233-6250, PMC6687901.

[5] V. Mohan, C.S. Sullivan, J. Guo, S.D. Wade, S. Majumder, A. Agarwal, E.S. Anton, B.S. Temple, P.F. Maness, Temporal Regulation of Dendritic Spines Through NrCAM-Semaphorin3F Receptor Signaling in Developing Cortical Pyramidal Neurons, Cereb Cortex, 29 (2019) 963-977, PMC6499012.

[6] V. Mohan, J.R. Gomez, P.F. Maness, Expression and Function of Neuron-Glia-Related Cell Adhesion Molecule (NrCAM) in the Amygdalar Pathway, Front Cell Dev Biol, 7 (2019) 9, PMC6365415.

[7] C.S. Sullivan, I. Gotthard, E.V. Wyatt, S. Bongu, V. Mohan, R.J. Weinberg, P.F. Maness, Perineuronal Net Protein Neurocan Inhibits NCAM/EphA3 Repellent Signaling in GABAergic Interneurons, Sci Rep, 8 (2018) 6143, PMC5906663.

[8] V. Mohan, E.V. Wyatt, I. Gotthard, K.D. Phend, S. Diestel, B.W. Duncan, R.J. Weinberg, A. Tripathy, P.F. Maness, Neurocan Inhibits Semaphorin 3F Induced Dendritic Spine Remodeling Through NrCAM in Cortical Neurons, Front Cell Neurosci, 12 (2018) 346, PMC6189303.

[9] X. Zhang, C.S. Sullivan, M.B. Kratz, M.R. Kasten, P.F. Maness, P.B. Manis, NCAM Regulates Inhibition and Excitability in Layer 2/3 Pyramidal Cells of Anterior Cingulate Cortex, Front Neural Circuits, 11 (2017) 19, PMC5362729.

[10] C.S. Sullivan, M. Kumper, B.S. Temple, P.F. Maness, The Neural Cell Adhesion Molecule (NCAM) Promotes Clustering and Activation of EphA3 Receptors in GABAergic Interneurons to Induce Ras Homolog Gene Family, Member A (RhoA)/Rho-associated protein kinase (ROCK)-mediated Growth Cone Collapse, J Biol Chem, 291 (2016) 26262-26272, PMC5159490.

[11] B. Hernandez-Enriquez, Z. Wu, E. Martinez, O. Olsen, Z. Kaprielian, P.F. Maness, Y. Yoshida, M. Tessier-Lavigne, T.S. Tran, Floor plate-derived neuropilin-2 functions as a secreted semaphorin sink to facilitate commissural axon midline crossing, Genes Dev, 29 (2015) 2617-2632, PMC4699389.

[12] S. Barao, A. Gartner, E. Leyva-Diaz, G. Demyanenko, S. Munck, T. Vanhoutvin, L. Zhou, M. Schachner, G. Lopez-Bendito, P.F. Maness, B. De Strooper, Antagonistic Effects of BACE1 and APH1B-gamma-Secretase Control Axonal Guidance by Regulating Growth Cone Collapse, Cell Rep, 12 (2015) 1367-1376, PMC4820248.

[13] G.P. Demyanenko, V. Mohan, X. Zhang, L.H. Brennaman, K.E. Dharbal, T.S. Tran, P.B. Manis, P.F. Maness, Neural Cell Adhesion Molecule NrCAM Regulates Semaphorin 3F-Induced Dendritic Spine Remodeling, J Neurosci, 34 (2014) 11274-11287, PMC4138338.

[14] L.H. Brennaman, M.L. Moss, P.F. Maness, EphrinA/EphA-induced ectodomain shedding of neural cell adhesion molecule regulates growth cone repulsion through ADAM10 metalloprotease, J Neurochem, 128 (2014) 267-279.

[15] J. Dai, M. Buhusi, G.P. Demyanenko, L.H. Brennaman, M. Hruska, M.B. Dalva, P.F. Maness, Neuron glia-related cell adhesion molecule (NrCAM) promotes topographic retinocollicular mapping, PLoS One, 8 (2013) e73000, PMC3759449.

[16] L.H. Brennaman, X. Zhang, H. Guan, J.W. Triplett, A. Brown, G.P. Demyanenko, P.B. Manis, L. Landmesser, P.F. Maness, Polysialylated NCAM and EphrinA/EphA Regulate Synaptic Development of GABAergic Interneurons in Prefrontal Cortex, Cereb Cortex, 23 (2013) 162-177, PMC3513957.

[17] J. Dai, J.S. Dalal, S. Thakar, M. Henkemeyer, V.P. Lemmon, J.S. Harunaga, M.C. Schlatter, M. Buhusi, P.F. Maness, EphB regulates L1 phosphorylation during retinocollicular mapping, Mol Cell Neurosci, 50 (2012) 201-210.

[18] G.P. Demyanenko, P.F. Siesser, A.G. Wright, L.H. Brennaman, U. Bartsch, M. Schachner, P.F. Maness, L1 and CHL1 Cooperate in Thalamocortical Axon Targeting, Cereb Cortex, 21 (2011) 401-412, 3020587.

[19] G.P. Demyanenko, T.T. Riday, T.S. Tran, J. Dalal, E.P. Darnell, L.H. Brennaman, T. Sakurai, M. Grumet, B.D. Philpot, P.F. Maness, NrCAM deletion causes topographic mistargeting of thalamocortical axons to the visual cortex and disrupts visual acuity, J Neurosci, 31 (2011) 1545-1558, 3037548.

[20] L.H. Brennaman, G. Kochlamazashvili, L. Stoenica, R.J. Nonneman, S.S. Moy, M. Schachner, A. Dityatev, P.F. Maness, Transgenic mice overexpressing the extracellular domain of NCAM are impaired in working memory and cortical plasticity, Neurobiol Dis, 43 (2011) 372-378.

[21] H. Guan, P.F. Maness, Perisomatic GABAergic innervation in prefrontal cortex Is regulated by ankyrin interaction with the L1 cell adhesion molecule, Cereb Cortex, 20 (2010) 2684-2693.

[22] G.P. Demyanenko, A.I. Halberstadt, R.S. Rao, P.F. Maness, CHL1 cooperates with PAK1-3 to regulate morphological differentiation of embryonic cortical neurons, Neuroscience, 165 (2010) 107-115, 2791357.

[23] L.H. Brennaman, P.F. Maness, NCAM in neuropsychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders, Adv Exp Med Biol, 663 (2010) 299-317.

[24] S.S. Moy, R.J. Nonneman, N.B. Young, G.P. Demyanenko, P.F. Maness, Impaired sociability and cognitive function in Nrcam-null mice, Behav Brain Res, 205 (2009) 123-131.

[25] E.T. Cox, L.H. Brennaman, K.L. Gable, R.M. Hamer, L.A. Glantz, A.S. Lamantia, J.A. Lieberman, J.H. Gilmore, P.F. Maness, L.F. Jarskog, Developmental regulation of neural cell adhesion molecule in human prefrontal cortex, Neuroscience, 162 (2009) 96-105.

[26] M. Buhusi, G.P. Demyanenko, K.M. Jannie, J. Dalal, E.P. Darnell, J.A. Weiner, P.F. Maness, ALCAM regulates mediolateral retinotopic mapping in the superior colliculus, J Neurosci, 29 (2009) 15630-15641.

[27] R.S. Schmid, P.F. Maness, L1 and NCAM adhesion molecules as signaling coreceptors in neuronal migration and process outgrowth, Curr Opin Neurobiol, DOI (2008).

[28] M.C. Schlatter, M. Buhusi, A.G. Wright, P.F. Maness, CHL1 promotes Sema3A-induced growth cone collapse and neurite elaboration through a motif required for recruitment of ERM proteins to the plasma membrane, J Neurochem, 104 (2008) 731-744.

[29] M. Buhusi, M.C. Schlatter, G.P. Demyanenko, R. Thresher, P.F. Maness, L1 interaction with ankyrin regulates mediolateral topography in the retinocollicular projection, J Neurosci, 28 (2008) 177-188.

[30] L.H. Brennaman, P.F. Maness, Developmental regulation of GABAergic interneuron branching and synaptic development in the prefrontal cortex by soluble neural cell adhesion molecule, Mol Cell Neurosci, 37 (2008) 781-793.

[31] A.G. Wright, G.P. Demyanenko, A. Powell, M. Schachner, L. Enriquez-Barreto, T.S. Tran, F. Polleux, P.F. Maness, Close homolog of L1 and neuropilin 1 mediate guidance of thalamocortical axons at the ventral telencephalon, J Neurosci, 27 (2007) 13667-13679.

[32] P.F. Sullivan, R.S. Keefe, L.A. Lange, E.M. Lange, T.S. Stroup, J. Lieberman, P.F. Maness, NCAM1 and neurocognition in schizophrenia, Biol Psychiatry, 61 (2007) 902-910.

[33] P.F. Maness, M. Schachner, Neural recognition molecules of the immunoglobulin superfamily: signaling transducers of axon guidance and neuronal migration, Nat Neurosci, 10 (2007) 19-26.

[34] A.K. Panicker, M. Buhusi, A. Erickson, P.F. Maness, Endocytosis of beta1 integrins is an early event in migration promoted by the cell adhesion molecule L1, Exp Cell Res, 312 (2006) 299-307.

[35] C.L. Hinkle, P.F. Maness, Regulation of neural cell adhesion molecule function by ectodomain shedding, in: S.G. Pandalai (Ed.) Recent Research Developments in Molecular and Cellular Biology, Research Signpost, Kerala, India, 2006, pp. 121-136.

[36] C.L. Hinkle, S. Diestel, J. Lieberman, P.F. Maness, Metalloprotease-induced ectodomain shedding of neural cell adhesion molecule (NCAM), Journal of Neurobiology, 66 (2006) 1378-1395.

[37] N. Pillai-Nair, A.K. Panicker, R.M. Rodriguiz, K.L. Gilmore, G.P. Demyanenko, J.Z. Huang, W.C. Wetsel, P.F. Maness, Neural cell adhesion molecule-secreting transgenic mice display abnormalities in GABAergic interneurons and alterations in behavior, J Neurosci, 25 (2005) 4659-4671.

[38] S. Diestel, C.L. Hinkle, B. Schmitz, P.F. Maness, NCAM140 stimulates integrin-dependent cell migration by ectodomain shedding, J Neurochem, 95 (2005) 1777-1784.

[39] G.P. Demyanenko, A.I. Halberstadt, K.B. Pryzwansky, C. Werner, F. Hofmann, P.F. Maness, Abnormal neocortical development in mice lacking cGMP-dependent protein kinase I, Brain Res Dev Brain Res, 160 (2005) 1-8.

[40] R.S. Schmid, B.R. Midkiff, V.P. Kedar, P.F. Maness, Adhesion molecule L1 stimulates neuronal migration through Vav2-Pak1 signaling, Neuroreport, 15 (2004) 2791-2794.

[41] A. Irintchev, M. Koch, L.K. Needham, P. Maness, M. Schachner, Impairment of sensorimotor gating in mice deficient in the cell adhesion molecule L1 or its close homologue, CHL1, Brain Res, 1029 (2004) 131-134.

[42] M. Grove, G. Demyanenko, A. Echarri, P.A. Zipfel, M.E. Quiroz, R.M. Rodriguiz, M. Playford, S.A. Martensen, M.R. Robinson, W.C. Wetsel, P.F. Maness, A.M. Pendergast, ABI2-deficient mice exhibit defective cell migration, aberrant dendritic spine morphogenesis, and deficits in learning and memory, Mol Cell Biol, 24 (2004) 10905-10922.

[43] G.P. Demyanenko, M. Schachner, E. Anton, R. Schmid, G. Feng, J. Sanes, P.F. Maness, Close homolog of L1 modulates area-specific neuronal positioning and dendrite orientation in the cerebral cortex, Neuron, 44 (2004) 423-437.

[44] A.K. Panicker, M. Buhusi, K. Thelen, P.F. Maness, Cellular signalling mechanisms of neural cell adhesion molecules, Front Biosci, 8 (2003) D900-911.

[45] C.A. Otey, M. Boukhelifa, P. Maness, B35 neuroblastoma cells: an easily transfected, cultured cell model of central nervous system neurons, Methods Cell Biol, 71 (2003) 287-304.

[46] G.P. Demyanenko, P.F. Maness, The L1 cell adhesion molecule is essential for topographic mapping of retinal axons, J Neurosci, 23 (2003) 530-538.

[47] M. Buhusi, B.R. Midkiff, A.M. Gates, M. Richter, M. Schachner, P.F. Maness, Close homolog of L1 is an enhancer of integrin-mediated cell migration, J Biol Chem, 278 (2003) 25024-25031.

[48] K. Thelen, V. Kedar, A.K. Panicker, R.S. Schmid, B.R. Midkiff, P.F. Maness, The neural cell adhesion molecule L1 potentiates integrin-dependent cell migration to extracellular matrix proteins, J Neurosci, 22 (2002) 4918-4931.

[49] P.F. Maness, NCAM transgenic mice display altered sensory gating and locomotor behavior,  Society For Neuroscience, 32nd Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, 2002.

[50] R.-Y. Liu, R.-S. Schmid, W.D. Snider, P.F. Maness, NGF Enhances Sensory Axon Growth Induced by Laminin But Not by the L1 Cell Adhesion Molecule, Mol Cell Neurosci, 20 (2002) 2-12.

[51] R.S. Schmid, P.F. Maness, Cell Recognition Molecules and Disorders of Neurodevelopment, in: A.F. Kalverboer, A. Gramsbergen (Eds.) Int. Handbook on Brain and Behaviour in Human Development, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Groningen, The Netherlands, 2001.

[52] L.K. Needham, K. Thelen, P.F. Maness, Cytoplasmic domain mutations of the L1 cell adhesion molecule reduce L1- ankyrin interactions, J Neurosci, 21 (2001) 1490-1500.

[53] R.-Y. Liu, R.-S. Schmid, P.F. Maness, W.S. Snider, The neural cell adhesion molecule L1 attenuates axonal growth induced by nerve growth factor (submitted), DOI (2001).

[54] G.P. Demyanenko, Y. Shibata, P.F. Maness, Altered distribution of dopaminergic neurons in the brain of L1 null mice, Brain Res Dev Brain Res, 126 (2001) 21-30.

[55] R.S. Schmid, W.M. Pruitt, P.F. Maness, A MAP kinase signaling pathway mediates neurite outgrowth on L1 and requires Src-dependent endocytosis, J Neurosci, 11 (2000) 4177-4188.

[56] R.-Y. Liu, R.-S. Schmid, K. Thelen, P.F. Maness, W. Snider, Distinct effects of laminin and L1 on NGF-induced axon extension, Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, submitted (2000).

[57] T. Bliss, M. Errington, E. Fransen, J. Godfraind, J.A. Kauer, R.F. Kooy, P.F. Maness, A.J. Furley, Long-term potentiation in mice lacking the neural cell adhesion molecule L1, Curr Biol, 10 (2000) 1607-1610.

[58] R.S. Schmid, R.D. Graff, M.D. Schaller, S. Chen, M. Schachner, J.J. Hemperly, P.F. Maness, NCAM stimulates the Ras-MAPK pathway and CREB phosphorylation in neuronal cells, J Neurobiol, 38 (1999) 542-558.

[59] J.J. Fiordalisi, P.F. Maness, Rek, an Axl/Tyro3-related receptor-class tyrosine kinase, is expressed in Muller glia and differentiating neural subpopulations in the avian retina, Exp Eye Res, 68 (1999) 201-210.

[60] G.P. Demyanenko, A.Y. Tsai, P.F. Maness, Abnormalities in neuronal process extension, hippocampal development, and the ventricular system of L1 knockout mice, J Neurosci, 19 (1999) 4907-4920.

[61] G. Demyanenko, A. Tsai, P.F. Maness, Abnormalities in neuronal process extension, hippocampal development, and the ventricular system of L1 knockout mice, J Neurosci, 19 (1999) 4907-4920.

[62] R.S. Schmid, R. Graff, P.F. Maness, The neural cell adhesion molecule L1 activates MAP kinase and CREB signaling pathways, Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 24 (1998) 117.112.

[63] W.R. Morse, J.G. Whitesides III, A.-S. LaMantia, P.F. Maness, p59fyn and pp60c-src modulate axonal guidance in the developing mouse olfactory pathway, J Neurobiol, 36 (1998) 53-63.

[64] R.-S. Schmid, J.J. Hemperly, M.D. Schaller, P.F. Maness, NCAM and L1 Cell Adhesion Molecules Activate MAP Kinase Signaling Pathways, Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 23 (1997) 767.766.

[65] T.W. Sadler, M. Rogers, H. Slavkin, J. Lauder, P. Maness, E. Linney, K. Sulik, P. Mirkes, NIEHS/EPA Workshops. Growth and differentiation factors, Reprod Toxicol, 11 (1997) 331-337.

[66] H.E. Beggs, S.C. Baragona, J.J. Hemperly, P.F. Maness, NCAM-140 interacts with the focal adhesion kinase p125fak and the src-related tyrosine kinase p59fyn, J Biol Chem, 272 (1997) 8310-8319.

[67] P.F. Maness, H.E. Beggs, S.G. Klinz, W.R. Morse, Selective neural cell adhesion molecule signaling by src family tyrosine kinases and phosphatases, Perspect Dev Neurobiol, 4 (1996) 169-181.

[68] J.S. Biscardi, F. Denhez, G.F. Buehler, D.A. Chesnutt, S.C. Baragona, J.P. O’Bryan, C.J. Der, J.J. Fiordalisi, D.W. Fults, P.F. Maness, rek, a gene expressed in retina and brain, encodes a receptor tyrosine kinase of the axl/tyro3 family, J Biol Chem, 271 (1996) 29049-29059.

[69] L.P. Shock, D.J. Bare, S.G. Klinz, P.F. Maness, Protein tyrosine phosphatases expressed in developing brain and retinal Müller glia, Mol Brain Res, 28 (1995) 110-116.

[70] S.G. Klinz, M. Schachner, P.F. Maness, L1 and N-CAM antibodies trigger protein phosphatase activity in growth cone-enriched membranes, J Neurochem, 65 (1995) 84-95.

[71] W.R. Morse, J.G.I. Whitesides, C.R. Shanley, A.-S. LaMantia, P.F. Maness, Association of non-receptor tyrosine kinases and Ca++-independent cell adhesion molecules in the developing olfactory pathway, American Society for Cell Biology Abstracts, 5 (1994) 2114.

[72] M.A. Ignelzi, D.R. Miller, P. Soriano, P.F. Maness, Impaired neurite outgrowth of src-minus cerebellar neurons on the cell adhesion molecule L1, Neuron, 12 (1994) 873-884.

[73] H.E. Beggs, P. Soriano, P.F. Maness, NCAM-dependent neurite outgrowth is inhibited in neurons from fyn-minus mice, J Cell Biol, 127 (1994) 825-833.

[74] D.R. Miller, G.M. Lee, P.F. Maness, Increased neurite outgrowth induced by inhibition of protein tyrosine kinase activity in PC12 pheochromocytoma cells, J Neurochem, 60 (1993) 2134-2144.

[75] M.E. Cox, P.F. Maness, Tyrosine phosphorylation of a-tubulin is an early response to NGF and pp60v-src in PC12 cells, J Mol Neurosci, 4 (1993) 63-72.

[76] J.S. Biscardi, N.G.F. Cooper, P.F. Maness, Phosphotyrosine-modified proteins are localized in Müller cells of the chick neural retina, Experimental Eye Research, 56 (1993) 281-289.

[77] D.J. Bare, J.M. Lauder, M.B. Wilkie, P.F. Maness, p59fyn in rat brain is localized in developing axonal tracts and subpopulations of adult neurons and glia, Oncogene, 8 (1993) 1429-1436.

[78] P.F. Maness, M.E. Cox, Protein tyrosine kinases in nervous system development, Sem Cell Biol, 3 (1992) 117-126.

[79] P.F. Maness, Nonreceptor protein tyrosine kinases associated with neuronal development, Dev Neurosci, 14 (1992) 257-270.

[80] S.G. Klinz, P.F. Maness, Tyrosine kinase pp60c-src in nerve growth cones and developing brain: topographical and functional analysis, Neuroprotocols, 1 (1992) 224-231.

[81] C.A. Ingraham, M.P. Cooke, Y.-N. Chuang, R.M. Perlmutter, P.F. Maness, Cell type and developmental regulation of the fyn proto-oncogene in neural retina, Oncogene, 7 (1992) 95-100.

[82] M.A. Ignelzi, S.S. Padilla, D.E. Warder, P.F. Maness, Altered expression of pp60c-src induced by peripheral nerve injury, J Comp Neurol, 315 (1992) 171-177.

[83] J.R. Atashi, S.G. Klinz, C.A. Ingraham, W.T. Matten, M. Schachner, P.F. Maness, Neural cell adhesion molecules modulate tyrosine phosphorylation of tubulin in nerve growth cone membranes, Neuron, 8 (1992) 1-20.

[84] M.E. Cox, P.F. Maness, Neurite extension and protein tyrosine phosphorylation elicited by inducible expression of the v-src oncogene in a PC12 cell line, Exp Cell Res, 195 (1991) 423-431.

[85] J.S. Biscardi, C.G. Shores, P.F. Maness, Elevated protein tyrosine phosphorylation in the optic tract of the chick embryo, Curr Eye Res, 10 (1991) 1121-1128.

[86] W.T. Matten, M. Aubry, J. West, P.F. Maness, Tubulin is phosphorylated at tyrosine by pp60c-src in nerve growth cone membranes, J Cell Biol, 111 (1990) 1959-1970.

[87] P.F. Maness, C.G. Shores, M. Ignelzi, Localization of the normal cellular src protein to the growth cone of differentiating neurons in brain and retina, Adv Exp Med Biol, 265 (1990) 117-125.

[88] P.F. Maness, W.T. Matten, Tyrosine phosphorylation of membrane-associated tubulin in nerve growth cones enriched in pp60c-src, Ciba Found Symp, 150 (1990) 57-69; discussion 69-78.

[89] C.G. Shores, P.F. Maness, Tyrosine phosphorylated proteins accumulate in junctional regions of the developing chick neural retina, J Neurosci Res, 24 (1989) 59-66.

[90] D. Fults, P.F. Maness, Y. Nakamura, R. White, The N-ras oncogene is activated in a human medulloblastoma cell line, Brain Res, 503 (1989) 281-287.

[91] P.F. Maness, M. Aubry, C.G. Shores, L. Frame, K.H. Pfenninger, C-src gene product in developing rat brain is enriched in nerve growth cone membranes, Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 85 (1988) 5001-5005.

[92] M. Aubry, P.F. Maness, Developmental regulation of protein tyrosine phosphorylation in rat brain, J Neurosci Res, 21 (1988) 473-479.

[93] C.G. Shores, M.E. Cox, P.F. Maness, A tyrosine kinase related to pp60c-src is associated with membranes of Electrophorus electricus electric organ, J Biol Chem, 262 (1987) 9477-9485.

[94] W.T. Matten, P.F. Maness, Vmax. activation of pp60c-src tyrosine kinase from neuroblastoma Neuro-2A, Biochem J, 248 (1987) 691-696.

[95] D. Hillsgrove, C.G. Shores, J.C. Parker, P.F. Maness, Band 3 tyrosine kinase in avian erythrocyte plasma membrane is immunologically related to pp60c-src, Am J Physiol, 253 (1987) C286-295.

[96] P.F. Maness, L.K. Sorge, D.W. Fults, An early developmental phase of pp60c-src expression in the neural ectoderm, Dev Biol, 117 (1986) 83-89.

[97] P.F. Maness, pp60c-src encoded by the proto-oncogene c-src is a product of sensory neurons, J Neurosci Res, 16 (1986) 127-139.

[98] L.K. Sorge, L. Van Eldik, P.F. Maness, A calmodulin-dependent protein kinase in Rous sarcoma virus-transformed rat cells and normal liver, Biochim Biophys Acta, 844 (1985) 174-181.

[99] J.P. Sorge, L.K. Sorge, P.F. Maness, pp60c-src is expressed in human fetal and adult brain, Am J Pathol, 119 (1985) 151-157, PMC1888080.

[100] D.W. Fults, A.C. Towle, J.M. Lauder, P.F. Maness, pp60c-src in the developing cerebellum, Mol Cell Biol, 5 (1985) 27-32.

[101] L.K. Sorge, B.T. Levy, P.F. Maness, pp60c-src is developmentally regulated in the neural retina, Cell, 36 (1984) 249-257.

[102] B.T. Levy, L.K. Sorge, A. Meymandi, P.F. Maness, pp60c-src kinase is in chick and human embryonic tissues, Dev Biol, 104 (1984) 9-17.

[103] P.F. Maness, M.E. Perry, B.T. Levy, P1,P4-Di(adenosine-5′)tetraphosphate inhibits phosphorylation of immunoglobulin G by Rous sarcoma virus pp60src, J Biol Chem, 258 (1983) 4055-4058.

[104] P.F. Maness, B.T. Levy, Highly purified pp60src induces the actin transformation in microinjected cells and phosphorylates selected cytoskeletal proteins in vitro, Mol Cell Biol, 3 (1983) 102-112.

[105] B.T. Levy, L.K. Sorge, C.C. Drum, P.F. Maness, Differential inhibition of cellular and viral pp60src kinase by P1,P4-di(adenosine-5′)tetraphosphate, Mol Cell Biol, 3 (1983) 1718-1723, PMC370032.

[106] P.F. Maness, R.C. Walsh, Jr., Dihydrocytochalasin B disorganizes actin cytoarchitecture and inhibits initiation of DNA synthesis in 3T3 cells, Cell, 30 (1982) 253-262.

[107] P.F. Maness, H. Engeser, M.E. Greenberg, M. O’Farrell, W.E. Gall, G.M. Edelman, Activities of the src-gene product of avian sarcoma virus, Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol, 44 Pt 2 (1980) 949-958.

[108] P.F. Maness, H. Engeser, M.E. Greenberg, M. O’Farrell, W.E. Gall, G.M. Edelman, Characterization of the protein kinase activity of avian sarcoma virus src gene product, Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 76 (1979) 5028-5032, PMC413072.

[109] D.A. McClain, P.F. Maness, G.M. Edelman, Assay for early cytoplasmic effects of the src gene product of Rous sarcoma virus, Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 75 (1978) 2750-2754, PMC392641.

[110] P.F. Maness, G.M. Edelman, Inactivation and chemical alteration of mating factor alpha by cells and spheroplasts of yeast, Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 75 (1978) 1304-1308, PMC411459.

[111] P.F. Maness, A. Orengo, Serum complement levels in patients with digestive tract carcinomas and other neoplastic diseases, Oncology, 34 (1977) 87-89.

[112] P.F. Maness, A. Orengo, Differences between pyrimidine nucleoside monophosphate kinase from rat Novikoff ascites hepatoma and rat liver, Cancer Res, 36 (1976) 2312-2316.