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Stuart Firestein

Widespread receptor driven modulation in peripheral olfactory coding. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.Xu L, Li W, Voleti V, Hillman E M C, Firestein S. 2019. 

Functional odor classification through a medicinal chemistry approach. Science Advances. Poivet E, Tahirova N, Peterlin Z, Xu L, Zou D, Acree T, Firestein S. 2018.

A Renal Olfactory Receptor Aids in Kidney Glucose Handling. Scientific Reports (Nature Publisher Group). Shepard BD, Cheval L, Peterlin Z, Firestein S, Koepsell H, Doucet A, Pluznick JL. 2016.

Applying medicinal chemistry strategies to understand odorant discrimination. Nature Communications, 7, 11157. Poivet E, Peterlin Z, Tahirova N, Xu L, Altomare C, Paria A, Firestein S. 2016. 

Injury in aged animals robustly activates quiescent olfactory neural stem cells. Frontiers in Neuroscience. Brann JH, Ellis DP, Ku BS, Spinazzi EF, Firestein S. 2015

Nonsensory target-dependent organization of piriform cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Chen CF, Zou CJ, Altomare CG, Xu L, Greer CA, Firestein SJ. 2014.

A lifetime of neurogenesis in the olfactory system. Frontiers in Neuroscience. Brann JH, Firestein SJ. 2014.

The state of the art odorant receptor deorphanization: A report from the orphanage. The Journal of General Physiology. Brann JH, Firestein SJ. 2014.

Age-dependent regional changes in the rostral migratory stream. Neurobiology of Aging. Mobley AS, Bryant AK, Richard MB, Brann JH, Firestein SJ, Greer CA. 2013.

Two-photon polarization microscopy reveals protein structure and function. Natural Methods. Lazar J, Bondar A, Timr S, Firestein SJ. 2011.

Detection of explosives by olfactory sensory neurons. Journal of Hazardous Materials. Circle A, Lobasso S, Lopalco P, Dibattista M, Araneda R, Peterlin Z, Firestein SJ. 2010.

Regeneration of New Neurons Is Preserved in Aged Vomeronasal Epithelia. Journal of Neuroscience. Fierstein SJ, Brann JH. 2010.

Discrimination of saturated aldehydes by the rat I7 olfactory receptor. Biochemistry. Kurland MD, Newcomer MB, Peterlin Z, Ryan K, Firestein SJ, Batista VS. 2010.

The Molecular Basis for Odor Recognition. Cell. Firestein SJ, Greer CA, Mombaerts P. 1991.