Sartoretti MM, Campetella CA, Lanuza GM.  Dbx1 controls spinal cord astrocyte development by modulating Notch signaling.  Development, in press (2022). PubMed Full text

Ogando MB, Pedroncini O, Federman N, Romano SA, Brum LA, Lanuza GM, Refojo D, Marin-Burgin A. Cholinergic modulation of dentate gyrus processing through dynamic reconfiguration of inhibitory circuits. Cell Reports, 36, 109572 (2021). PubMed Full text

Di-Bella DJ*, Carcagno AL*, Bartolomeu ML, Pardi MB, Löhr H, Siegel N, Hammerschmidt M, Marin-Burgin A and Lanuza GMAscl1 balances neuronal vs. ependymal fate in the spinal cord central canal. Cell Reports, 28: 2264-2274 (2019). *equal contribution  Full text

Schinder AF and Lanuza GM. Whispering neurons fuel cortical highways (Perspective). Science 360: 265-266 (2018).  Full Text  PubMed

Gosgnach S, Bikoff JB, Dougherty KJ, El Manira A, Lanuza GM, Zhang Y.  Delineating the Diversity of Spinal Interneurons in Locomotor Circuits. J Neurosci. 37: 10835-10841 (2017).  Full text    PubMed

Petracca YL*, Sartoretti MM*, Di Bella DY, Marin Burgin A, Carcagno A, Schinder AF, and Lanuza GM. The late and dual origin of cerebrospinal fluid-contacting neurons in the mouse spinal cord.  . Development 143: 880-891 (2016).  Full Text  PubMed

Blacklaws J, Deska-Gauthier D, Jones DT, Petracca YL, Fawcett J, Glover JC, Lanuza GM and Zhang Y. Sim1 is required for the migration and axonal projections of V3 interneurons in the developing mouse spinal cord.  Dev.Neurobiol.   75:1003-1017 (2015). Full Text  PubMed

Carcagno AL*, Di Bella DJ*, Goulding M, Guillemot F and Lanuza GM.  Neurogenin3 restricts serotonergic neuron differentiation to the hindbrain. J.Neurosci. 34: 15223-15233 (2014).  Full Text  PubMed  

Temprana SG, Mongiat LA, Yang SM, Trinchero MF, Alvarez D, Kropff E, Giacomini D, Beltramone N, Lanuza GM, Schinder AF. Delayed coupling to feedback inhibition during a critical period for the integration of adult-born granule cells.  Neuron 85: 116-130 (2015). Full Text PubMed  

Lanuza GM*, Zhang J*, Britz O, Wang Z, Siembab V, Zhang Y, Velasquez T, Alvarez F, Frank T and Goulding M. V1 and v2b interneurons secure the alternating flexor-extensor motor activity mice require for limbed locomotion.  *equal contribution.   Neuron  82: 138-150 (2014). Full text PubMed

Dyck J, Lanuza GM and Gosgnach S. Functional characterization of dI interneurons in the neonatal mouse spinal cord. J.Neurophysiol. 107: 3256-3266 (2012).   PubMed

Liang M, Song MR, Xu ZG, Lanuza GM, Liu Y, Zhuang T, Chen Y, Pfaff S, Evans SM, Sun Y. Isl1 Is Required For Multiple Aspects of Motor Neuron Development.  Mol.Cell.Neurosci. 47:215-222 (2011).   PubMed

Hirata T, Cocas L, Lanuza GM, Li P, Huntsman M and Corbin JG. Identification of distinct telencephalic progenitor pools for excitatory and inhibitory cell diversity in the amygdala.   Nature Neurosci.  12: 141-149 (2009).    PubMed

Zhang Y, Narayan S, Geiman E, Lanuza GM. V3 spinal neurons establish a robust and balanced locomotor rhythm during walking. , Velasquez, Shanks B, T, Akay T, Dyck J, Pearson K, Gosgnach S, Fan C-M and Goulding M. Neuron 60: 84-96  (2008).   PubMed

Lanuza GM*, Gosgnach S*, Butt SJB, Saueressig H, Zhang Y, Velazquez T, Riethmacher D, Callaway E, Kiehn O and Goulding M.  *equal contribution. V1 spinal neurons regulate the speed of vertebrate locomotor outputs. Nature 440: 215-219  (2006).   PubMed

Kriks S, Lanuza GM, Mizuguchi R, Nakafuku M and Goulding M. Gsh2 is required for the repression of Ngn1 in specification of dorsal interneuron fate in the spinal cord. Development 132: 2991-3002 (2005).    PubMed

Lanuza GM*, Gosgnach S*, PieraniA, JessellT and Goulding M.   *co-author. Genetic identification of spinal interneurons that coordinate left-right locomotor activity necessary for walking movements.   Neuron 42: 375-386 (2004).    PubMed

Goulding M, Lanuza G, Sapir T and Narayan S. The formation of sensorimotor circuits. Curr.Opin.Neurobiol. 12:508-515 (2002).    PubMed

Lanuza GM, Groome NP, Barañao JL and Campo S. Dimeric inhibin production are differentially regulated by hormones and local factors in granulosa cells. Endocrinology 140: 2549-2554 (1999).    PubMed

Lanuza GM, Fischman ML and Barañao JL. Growth promoting activity of oocytes on granulosa cells is decreased upon meiotic maturation. Dev.Biol. 197: 129-139 (1998).    PubMed