Recent Publications

Stone, JS and Rubel, EW (2000). Temporal, spatial, and morphological features of hair cell regeneration in the avian basilar papilla. Journal of Comparative Neurology 417: 1-16.   [PubMed]

Matsui, JI, Oesterle, EC, Stone, JS, Rubel, EW (2000). Characterization of damage and regeneration in cultured avian utricles. Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology 1:46-63.   [PubMed]

Bermingham-McDonogh, O, Stone, JS, Reh, TA, Rubel, EW (2001). FGFR3 expression during development and regeneration of chick inner ear. Developmental Biology 238:247-59.   [PubMed]

Lippe, WR, Zirpel, LI, Stone, JS (2002). Muscarinic receptors modulate intracellular Ca2+ concentration in hyaline cells of the chicken basilar papilla. Journal of Comparative Physiology 188:381-95.   [PubMed]

Stone, J.S., Shang, J.L, and Tomarev, S (2003). Expression of Prox1 defines regions of the avian otocyst that give rise to sensory or neural cells. Journal of Comparative Neurology 460:487-502.   [PubMed]

Stone, JS, Shang, JL, Tomarev, S (2004). Post-mitotic levels of the divergent homeodomain transcription factor, cProx1, predict hair cell fate during avian hair cell regeneration. Developmental Dynamics, 230: 597-614.   [PubMed]

Bermingham-McDonogh, O, Oesterle, EC, Stone, JS, Hume, CR, Huynh, HM, Hayashi, T. (2006) The expression of Prox1 during mouse cochlear development. Journal of Comparative Neurology 496: 172-86.   [PubMed]

Cafaro, J, Lee, G-S, Stone, JS (2007). Atoh1 expression defines activated progenitors as well as differentiating hair cells during avian hair cell regeneration. Developmental Dynamics 236:156-170.   [PubMed]

Stone, JS and Cotanche, DA. (2007). Hair cell regeneration in the avian auditory epithelium. Review. International Journal of Developmental Biology 51: 633-47.   [PubMed]

Stone, JS, Oesterle, EO (2008). Cell determinants of proliferation and differentiation during hair cell regeneration. In Auditory Hair Cell Protection and Regeneration, Eds. Richard Salvi, Richard Fay, and Arthur Popper. Springer-Verlag: New York.

Daudet, N, Gibson, R, Shang, J, Bernard, A, Lewis, J, Stone, JS (2009). Notch regulation of progenitor cell behavior in quiescent and regenerating auditory epithelium of mature birds. Developmental Biology 326: 86-100.   [PubMed]

Brignull, H, Raible, DW, Stone, JS (2009). Feathers and Fins: Non-mammalian models for hair cell regeneration. Brain Research 1277:12-23.   [PubMed]

Shang J, Cafaro J, Nehmer R, Stone JS (2010). Supporting cell division is not required for regeneration of auditory hair cells after ototoxic injury in vitro. Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology 11: 203-22.   [PubMed]

Lin, V, Golub, J, Nguyen, TB, Hume, C, Oesterle, EC, and Stone, JS. (2011). Inhibition of notch activity promotes non-mitotic regeneration of HCs in the adult mouse utricle. Journal of Neuroscience 31: 15329-39.   [PubMed]

White, PM, Stone, JS, Groves, AK, Segil, N. (2012). EGFR signaling is required for regenerative proliferation in the cochlea: Conservation in birds and mammals. Developmental Biology 363(1):191-200.   [PubMed]

Lewis, RM, Hume, CR, Stone, JS. (2012) Atoh1 expression and function during auditory hair cell regeneration in post-hatch chickens. Hearing Research 289(1-2):74-85.   [PubMed]

Stone, JS, Hume, CR (2012). Translational Perspectives: Current Issues in Inner Ear Regeneration. In “Translational Perspectives in Hearing Science”. Eds. K. Tremblay and R. Burkhard, Plural Publishing, San Diego.

Golub, JS, Tong, L, Nguyen, T, Hume, C, Palmiter, RD, Rubel, EW, Stone, JS (2012). Hair cell replacement in adult mouse utricles after targeted ablation of hair cells with diphtheria toxin. Journal of Neuroscience 32(43):15093-105.   [PubMed]

Chonko KT, Jahan I, Stone JS, Wright MC, Fujiyama T, Hoshino M, Fritzsch B, Maricich SM (2013). Atoh1 directs hair cell differentiation and survival in the late embryonic mouse inner ear. Developmental Biology 381(2):401-10.   [PubMed]

Rubel, EW, Furrer, SA, Stone JS (2013). A brief history of hair cell regeneration research and speculations on the future. Hearing Research 297:42-51.   [PubMed]

Wan G, Corfas G, Stone JS (2013). Inner ear supporting cells: Rethinking the silent majority. Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology 2013 Mar 29.   [PubMed]

Pujol, R, Pickett, S, Nguyen, T, Stone, JS (2014). Large basolateral processes on type II hair cells comprise a novel processing unit in mammalian vestibular organs. Journal of Comparative Neurology. 522(14):3141-59   [PubMed]

Lewis, R, Rubel, E, Stone, JS (2016). Regeneration of auditory hair cells: A potential treatment for hearing loss on the horizon? Acoustics Today, Summer 2016 Issue.

Burns JC, Stone JS (2016). Development and regeneration of vestibular hair cells in mammals. Semin Cell Dev Biol S1084-9521(16):30354-8.   [PubMed]

Kelley, M, Stone, JS (2016, in press). Hair cell development and regeneration. In Auditory Hair Cell Protection and Regeneration, Eds. Richard Salvi, Richard Fay, and Arthur Popper. Springer-Verlag: New York

Bucks, SA, Cox, BC, Vlosich, BA, Manning, JP, Nguyen, TB, Stone, JS (2017). Supporting cells remove and replace sensory receptor hair cells in a balance organ of adult mice. eLife 6, e18128   [PubMed]

Warchol ME, Stone J, Barton M, Ku J, Veile R, Daudet N, Lovett M (2017) ADAM10 and γ-secretase regulate sensory regeneration in the avian vestibular organs. Developmental Biology S0012-1606(17)30125-2. doi: 10.1016/j.ydbio.2017.05.014.   [PubMed]