REVIEW ARTICLES
Sun DA and Patel NH (2019). β€œThe amphipod crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis: an emerging comparative model of arthropod development, evolution, and regeneration.” Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Developmental Biology. (Contribution: writing, figure design, illustration, editing). in production

ACKNOWLEDGED IN
Amamoto R et al. (2016). "Adult axolotls can regenerate original neuronal diversity in response to brain injury.eLife. (Contribution: experimental support in animal work; discussion of experiments and methods).

Chen HH and Arlotta P. (2016). "Seq-ing the cortex one neuron at a time." Nature Neuroscience. (Contribution: design of figures).

Quadrato G, Zhang AC, and Arlotta P (2016). "Stressed out? Healing Tips for Newly Reprogrammed Neurons." Cell Stem Cell. (Contribution: design of figures).

Arlotta P and Hobert O (2015). "Homeotic Transformations of Neuronal Cell Identities.Trends in Neurosciences. (Contribution: assistance in figure design).

Tomassy GS, Dershowitz LB, and Arlotta P. (2015). "Diversity Matters: A Revised Guide to Myelination." Trends in Cell Biology. (Contribution: design of figures).

Lodato S and Arlotta P. (2015). "Generating Neuronal Diversity in the Mammalian Cerebral Cortex." Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology 31. (Contribution: design of figures).

Lodato S, Shetty AS, and Arlotta P. (2015) "Cerebral cortex assembly: generating and reprogramming projection neuron diversity." Trends in Neurosciences 38, 117-125. (Contribution: design of figures).

Arlotta P. and Berninger B. (2014). "Brains in metamorphosis: reprogramming cell identity within the central nervous system." Current Opinion in Neurobiology 27, 208-214. (Contribution: design of figures).