Vincent Tropepe
Vincent Tropepe
Professor of Cell & Systems Biology, University of Toronto
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Retinal stem cells in the adult mammalian eye
V Tropepe, BLK Coles, BJ Chiasson, DJ Horsford, AJ Elia, RR McInnes, ...
Science 287 (5460), 2032-2036, 2000
Distinct neural stem cells proliferate in response to EGF and FGF in the developing mouse telencephalon
V Tropepe, M Sibilia, BG Ciruna, J Rossant, EF Wagner, D van der Kooy
Developmental biology 208 (1), 166-188, 1999
In vivo growth factor expansion of endogenous subependymal neural precursor cell populations in the adult mouse brain
CG Craig, V Tropepe, CM Morshead, BA Reynolds, S Weiss, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 16 (8), 2649-2658, 1996
Direct neural fate specification from embryonic stem cells: a primitive mammalian neural stem cell stage acquired through a default mechanism
V Tropepe, S Hitoshi, C Sirard, TW Mak, J Rossant, D Van Der Kooy
Neuron 30 (1), 65-78, 2001
Notch pathway molecules are essential for the maintenance, but not the generation, of mammalian neural stem cells
S Hitoshi, T Alexson, V Tropepe, D Donoviel, AJ Elia, JS Nye, RA Conlon, ...
Genes & development 16 (7), 846-858, 2002
A reference map of the human binary protein interactome
K Luck, DK Kim, L Lambourne, K Spirohn, BE Begg, W Bian, R Brignall, ...
Nature 580 (7803), 402-408, 2020
Adult mammalian forebrain ependymal and subependymal cells demonstrate proliferative potential, but only subependymal cells have neural stem cell characteristics
BJ Chiasson, V Tropepe, CM Morshead, D van der Kooy
Journal of Neuroscience 19 (11), 4462-4471, 1999
Transforming growth factor-α null and senescent mice show decreased neural progenitor cell proliferation in the forebrain subependyma
V Tropepe, CG Craig, CM Morshead, D van der Kooy
Journal of Neuroscience 17 (20), 7850-7859, 1997
Photoswitching azo compounds in vivo with red light
S Samanta, AA Beharry, O Sadovski, TM McCormick, A Babalhavaeji, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (26), 9777-9784, 2013
Can zebrafish be used as a model to study the neurodevelopmental causes of autism?
V Tropepe, HL Sive
Genes, Brain and Behavior 2 (5), 268-281, 2003
Neural stem cell lineages are regionally specified, but not committed, within distinct compartments of the developing brain
S Hitoshi, V Tropepe, M Ekker, D van der Kooy
Oxford University Press for The Company of Biologists Limited 129 (1), 233-244, 2002
A comparative framework for understanding the biological principles of adult neurogenesis
BW Lindsey, V Tropepe
Progress in neurobiology 80 (6), 281-307, 2006
Separate proliferation kinetics of fibroblast growth factor-responsive and epidermal growth factor-responsive neural stem cells within the embryonic forebrain germinal zone
DJ Martens, V Tropepe, D van der Kooy
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (3), 1085-1095, 2000
Fluorescence imaging of azobenzene photoswitching in vivo
AA Beharry, L Wong, V Tropepe, GA Woolley
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 50 (6), 1325-1327, 2011
Dopamine D2 receptor activity modulates Akt signaling and alters GABAergic neuron development and motor behavior in zebrafish larvae
BR Souza, MA Romano-Silva, V Tropepe
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (14), 5512-5525, 2011
The cellular composition of neurogenic periventricular zones in the adult zebrafish forebrain
BW Lindsey, A Darabie, V Tropepe
Journal of Comparative Neurology 520 (10), 2275-2316, 2012
Evolutionary transformation of rod photoreceptors in the all-cone retina of a diurnal garter snake
RK Schott, J Müller, CGY Yang, N Bhattacharyya, N Chan, M Xu, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (2), 356-361, 2016
Time to recognize zebrafish ‘affective’behavior
AV Kalueff, AM Stewart, EJ Kyzar, J Cachat, M Gebhardt, S Landsman, ...
Behaviour 149 (10-12), 1019-1036, 2012
The role of dopaminergic signalling during larval zebrafish brain development: a tool for investigating the developmental basis of neuropsychiatric disorders
BR Souza, V Tropepe
Walter de Gruyter 22 (1), 107-119, 2011
Changes in the social environment induce neurogenic plasticity predominantly in niches residing in sensory structures of the zebrafish brain independently of cortisol levels
BW Lindsey, V Tropepe
Developmental neurobiology 74 (11), 1053-1077, 2014
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