Kadoshima, T. et al. The self-organization of axial polarity, the inside-out layer pattern and the specific progenitor dynamics of the species in the neocortex derived from human ES cells. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. United States 110, 20284-20289 (2013).
Lancaster, M. A. et al. Brain organoids model the development of the human brain and microcephaly. Nature 501, 373–379 (2013).
Camp, J. G. et al. Human brain organoids recapitulate the gene expression programs of fetal neocortex development. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. United States 112, 15672-15677 (2015).
Pollen, A. A. et al. Establishment of brain organoids as models of specific brain evolution of the human being. Cell 176, 743–756.e717 (2019).
Velasco, S. et al. Individual brain organoids reproducibly form the cellular diversity of the human cerebral cortex. Nature 570, 523-527 (2019).
Camp, J. G. et al. Multiline communication regulates the development of human liver outbreaks from pluripotence. Nature 546533-538 (2017).
Wu, H. et al. Comparative analysis and refinement of the differentiation of renal organoids derived from human PSCs with unicellular transcriptomics. Cell Stem Cell 2. 3, 869–881.e868 (2018).
Sloan, S. A. et al. Maturation of human astrocytes captured in 3D cerebral cortical spheroids derived from pluripotent stem cells. Neuron 95, 779–790.e776 (2017).
Amiri, A. et al. Transcriptomic and epigenomic landscape of human cortical development modeled on organoids. Sciences 362, eaat6720 (2018).
Mansour, A. A. et al. A Live model of functional and vascularized human brain organoids. Nat. Biotechnology. 36, 432–441 (2018).
Eiraku, M. et al. Self-organized formation of polarized cortical tissues from ESC and their active manipulation by extrinsic signals. Cell Stem Cell 3, 519-532 (2008).
Xiang, Y. et al. The fusion of regionally specified hPSC derived organoids models human brain development and interneuronal migration. Cell Stem Cell twenty-one, 383–398.e387 (2017).
Quadrato, G. et al. Cellular diversity and network dynamics in photosensitive human brain organoids. Nature 545, 48–53 (2017).
Giandomenico, S. L. et al. Brain organoids in the air-liquid interface generate various nerve tracts with functional output. Nat. Neurosci. 22669-679 (2019).
Marton, R. M. et al. Differentiation and maturation of oligodendrocytes in human three-dimensional neuronal cultures. Nat. Neurosci. 22, 484-491 (2019).
Pașca, A. M. et al. 3D human cell model of hypoxic brain injury of prematurity. Nat. Medicine. 25, 784-791 (2019).
Lui, J. H., Hansen, D. V. and Kriegstein, A. R. Development and evolution of human neocortex. Cell 146, 18–36 (2011).
Götz, M. and Huttner, W. B. The cellular biology of neurogenesis. Nat. Rev. Mol. Cell biol. 6 6, 777-788 (2005).
Nowakowski, T. J. et al. The trajectories of space-time gene expression reveal hierarchies of development of the human cortex. Sciences 358, 1318-1323 (2017).
Mayer, C. et al. Diversification of the development of cortical inhibitor interneurons. Nature 555, 457–462 (2018).
Pollen, A. A. et al. Molecular identity of the human external radial glia during cortical development. Cell 163, 55-67 (2015).
Nowakowski, T. J., Pollen, A. A., Sandoval-Espinosa, C. and Kriegstein, A. R. The transformation of the radial glia scaffold delimits two stages of the development of the human cerebral cortex. Neuron 91 91, 1219-1227 (2016).
Vaid, S. et al. A new population of basal radial glial cells dependent on Hopx in the development of mouse neocortex. Developing 145, dev169276 (2018).
Harrington, A. J. et al. MEF2C regulates synapses and inhibitory and cortical excitatory behaviors relevant to neurodevelopmental disorders. eLife 5 5, e20059 (2016).
Barbosa, A. C. et al. MEF2C, a transcription factor that facilitates learning and memory through negative regulation of numbers and synapse function. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. United States 105, 9391-9396 (2008).
Langfelder, P. and Horvath, S. WGCNA: an R package for weighted correlation network analysis. BMC Bioinformatics 9 9559 (2008).
Tasic, B. et al. Types of shared and distinct transcriptomic cells in neocortical areas. Nature 563, 72-78 (2018).
Saunders, A. et al. Molecular diversity and specializations between adult mouse brain cells. Cell 174, 1015-1030.e1016 (2018).
Zeisel, A. et al. Molecular architecture of the mouse nervous system. Cell 174, 999–1014.e1022 (2018).
Cadwell, C. R., Bhaduri, A., Mostajo-Radji, M. A., Keefe, M. G. and Nowakowski, T. J. Development and arealization of the cerebral cortex. Neuron 103, 980–1004 (2019).
Simi, A. and Studer, M. Developmental genetic programs and activity-dependent mechanisms instruct the mapping of the neocortical area. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. 53, 96-102 (2018).
Yoshida, A. and Tani, K. Phosphoglycerate kinase abnormalities: functional, structural and genomic aspects. Biomed Biochim Minutes 42, S263-S267 (1983).
Izumi, K. et al. ARCN1 Mutations cause a recognizable craniofacial syndrome due to transport defects mediated by COPI. A.M. J. Hum. Genet. 99, 451–459 (2016).
Gee, H. Y., Noh, S. H., Tang, B. L., Kim, K. H. and Lee, M. G. Rescue of ΔF508-CFTR traffic through an unconventional secretion pathway dependent on GRASP. Cell 146, 746–760 (2011).
Kim, J. et al. The monomerization and ER relocation of GRASP is a requirement for unconventional secretion of CFTR. Traffic 17, 733-753 (2016).
Laguesse, S. et al. A deployed dynamic protein response contributes to the control of cortical neurogenesis. Dev Cell 35553-567 (2015).
Tseng, K. Y. et al. MANF is essential for the extension of neurites and neuronal migration in the developing cortex. eNeuro 4 4, JANUARY. 0214-17.2017 (2017).
Shekhar, K. et al. Integral classification of bipolar retinal neurons by unicellular transcriptomics. Cell 166, 1308-1323.e1330 (2016).
Peng, Y. R. et al. Molecular classification and comparative taxonomy of peripheral and foveal cells in the primate retina. Cell 176, 1222-1237.e1222 (2019).
Butler, A., Hoffman, P., Smibert, P., Papalexi, E. and Satija, R. Integrating unicellular transcriptomic data through different conditions, technologies and species. Nat. Biotechnology. 36, 411-420 (2018).
Hoffman, G. E. and Schadt, E. E. VariancePartition: interpretation of the variation factors in complex studies of gene expression. BMC Bioinformatics 17483 (2016).
Hodge, R. D. et al. Types of conserved cells with divergent characteristics in the human cortex versus that of the mouse. Nature 57361-68 (2019).
Velmeshev, D. et al. Unicellular genomics identifies specific molecular changes of the cell type in autism. Sciences 364, 685-689 (2019).