Selected publications

1.Mizuno H.*, Nakazawa S., Iwasato T. In vivo two-photon imaging of cortical neurons in neonatal mice. JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments) in press. (*: Corresponding author)

2.Nakazawa S., Mizuno H., Iwasato T. Differential dynamics of dendritic trees revealed by long-term in vivo imaging of neonatal barrel cortex. Nature Commun. 9, 3106 (2018)

3.Mizuno H.*, Ikezoe K., Nakazawa S., Sato T., Kitamura K., Iwasato, T.* Patchwork-type spontaneous activity in neonatal barrel cortex layer 4 transmitted via thalamocortical projections. Cell Rep. 22, 123-35 (2018) (*: corresponding authors)

4.Luo W.**, Mizuno H.**, Iwata R., Nakazawa S. Yasuda K., Itohara S., Iwasato T. Supernova: A versatile vector system for single-cell labeling and gene function studies in vivo. Sci. Rep. 6, 35747 (2016) (**: equal contribution)

5.Mizuno H., Luo W., Tarusawa E., Saito Y.M., Sato T., Yoshimura Y., Itohara S., Iwasato, T. NMDAR-regulated dynamics of layer 4 neuronal dendrites during thalamocortical reorganization in neonates. Neuron 82, 365-79, (2014)

6.Mizuno H., Hirano T., Tagawa Y. Pre-synaptic and post-synaptic neuronal activity supports the axon development of callosal projection neurons during different post-natal periods in the mouse cerebral cortex. Eur. J. Neurosci. 31, 410-24 (2010)

7.Tagawa Y., Mizuno H., Hirano T. Activity-dependent development of interhemispheric connections in the visual cortex. Rev. Neurosci. 19, 19-28 (2008)

8.Mizuno H., Hirano T., Tagawa Y. Evidence for activity-dependent cortical wiring: Formation of interhemispheric connections in neonatal mouse visual cortex requires projection neuron activity. J. Neurosci. 27, 6760-70 (2007)