Publications

A. Iqbal, A. Sheikh, T. Karayannis (2019) DeNeRD: high-throughput detection of neurons for brain-wide analysis with deep learning. Scientific Reports link

A. Iqbal, R. Khan, T. Karayannis (2019) Developing a brain atlas through deep learning. Nature Machine Intelligence, 1.6: 277.link

FF. Voigt, D. Kirschenbaum, E. Platonova, S. Pagès, RAA. Campbell, R. Kästli, R. Schaettin, L. Egolf, A. van der Bourg, P. Bethge, K. Haenraets, N. Frézel, T. Topilko, P. Perin, D. Hillier, S. Hildebrand, A. Schueth, A. Roebroeck, B. Roska, E. Stoeckli, R. Pizzala, N. Renier, HU. Zeilhofer, T. Karayannis, U. Ziegler, L. Batti, A. Holtmaat, C. Lüscher, A. Aguzzi, F. Helmchen (2019) The mesoSPIM initiative: open-source light-sheet mesoscopes for imaging in cleared tissue. Nature Methods, in press; see also bioRxiv 577122 link

R. Priya, M.F. Paredes, T. Karayannis, N. Yusuf, X. Liu, X. Jaglin, I. Graef, A. Alvarez-Buylla, G. Fishell (2018) Activity Regulates Cell Death within Cortical Interneurons through a Calcineurin-Dependent Mechanism. Cell Reports, 22(7): 1695-1709

G. Miyoshi, A. Young, T. Petros, T. Karayannis, M. McKenzie Chang, A. Lavado, T. Iwano, M. Nakajima, H. Taniguchi, Z.J. Huang, N. Heintz, G. Oliver, F. Matsuzaki, R.P. Machold and G. Fishell (2015) Prox1 regulates the subtype-specific development of caudal ganglionic eminence-derived GABAergic cortical interneurons. J Neuroscience, 35(37): 12869-89

N. De Marco Garcia, R. Priya, S. Tuncdemir, G. Fishell, T. Karayannis (2015) Sensory inputs control the integration of neurogliaform interneurons into cortical circuits. Nature Neuroscience, 18(3):393-401

T. Karayannis*, E. Au*, J. Patel, I. Kruglikov, S. Markx, R. Delorme, D. Héron, J. Glessner, S. Restituito, A. Gordon, L. Rodriguez-Murillo, N.C. Roy, J. Gogos, B. Rudy, M.E. Rice, M. Karayiorgou, H. Hakonarson, B. Keren, G. Huguet, T. Bourgeron, C. Hoeffer, R.W. Tsien, E. Peles, G. Fishell (2014) Cntnap4/Caspr4 Differentially Contributes to GABAergic and Dopaminergic Synaptic Transmission. Nature 511(7508):236-40

E. Au, T. Ahmed, T. Karayannis, S. Biswas, L. Gan, G. Fishell (2013) A modular gain-of-function approach to generate cortical interneuron subtypes from ES cells. Neuron 80(5):1145-58

T. Karayannis* (corresponding), N. De Marco Garcia*, G. Fishell (2012) Functional adaptation of cortical interneurons to attenuated activity is subtype-specific. Frontiers in Neural Circuits 6:66

N. De Marco Garcia*, T. Karayannis*, G. Fishell (2011) Neuronal activity is required for the development of specific cortical interneuron subtypes. Nature, 472(7343):351-5

T. Karayannis*, D. Elfant*, I. Huerta-Ocampo, M. Jones, M. Capogna (2010) Slow GABA transient and receptor desensitization shape synaptic responses evoked by hippocampal neurogliaform cells. J. Neuroscience, 30(29): 9898-909

T. Karayannis, G. Fishell (2010) Previews. Inhibition as a transplant-mediated therapy: a new paradigm for treating Parkinson's? Cell Stem Cell, 6(3):184-5

P. Fuentealba, T. Klausberger, T. Karayannis, J. Huck, D. Roberts, M. Capogna, P. Somogyi (2010) Expression of COUP-TFII Nuclear Receptor in Restricted GABAergic Neuronal Populations in the Adult Rat Hippocampus. J. Neuroscience, 30(5):1595-609

G.Miyoshi, J. Hjerling-Leffler, T. Karayannis, V.H. Sousa, S.J. Butt, J. Battiste, J. Johnson, R. Machold, G. Fishell (2010) Genetic fate mapping reveals that the CGE produces a large and diverse population of superficial cortical interneurons. J. Neuroscience, 30(5):1582-94

V.H. Sousa, G. Miyoshi, J. Hjerling-Leffler, T. Karayannis, and G. Fishell (2009) Characterization of Nkx6-2-Derived Neocortical Interneuron Lineages. Cerebral Cortex, 19:i1-i10

T. Karayannis, I. Huerta-Ocampo M. Capogna (2007) GABAergic and pyramidal neurons of deep cortical layers directly receive and differently integrate callosal input. Cereb Cortex, 17(5):1213-26

C.J. Price, T. Karayannis, B.Z. Pal, M. Capogna (2005) Group II and III mGlurs-mediated presynaptic inhibition of EPSCs recorded from hippocampal interneurons of CA1 stratum lacunosum moleculare. Neuropharmacology, 49 Suppl 1:45-56