Jarysta A, Tarchini B. Multiple PDZ domain protein maintains patterning of the apical cytoskeleton in sensory hair cells. Development. 2021 Jul 15;148(14):dev199549. doi: 10.1242/dev.199549. Epub 2021 Jul 21. PMID: 34228789; PMCID: PMC8326923. PubMed

Kindt KS, Akturk A, Jarysta A, Day M, Beirl A, Flonard M, Tarchini B. EMX2-GPR156-Gαi reverses hair cell orientation in mechanosensory epithelia. Nat Commun. 2021 May 17;12(1):2861. doi: 10.1038/s41467-021-22997-1. PMID: 34001891; PMCID: PMC8129141. PubMed

Tarchini, Basile, and Xiaowei Lu. New Insights into Regulation and Function of Planar Polarity in the Inner Ear. Neuroscience Letters 709 (2019); PubMed

Jean P, Özçete ÖD, Tarchini B, Moser T. Intrinsic planar polarity mechanisms influence the position-dependent regulation of synapse properties in inner hair cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 2019; PubMed 

Tadenev ALD, Akturk A, Devanney N, et al. GPSM2-GNAI Specifies the Tallest Stereocilia and Defines Hair Bundle Row Identity. Curr Biol. 2019;29(6):921-934.e4. PubMed 

Tarchini B, Longo-Guess C, Tian C, Tadenev ALD, Devanney N, Johnson KR. A spontaneous mouse deletion in Mctp1 uncovers a long-range cis-regulatory region crucial for NR2F1 function during inner ear development. Dev Biol. 2018;443(2):153-164. PubMed 

Siletti, K., Tarchini, B., and Hudspeth, A.J. (2017). Daple coordinates organ-wide and cell-intrinsic polarity to pattern inner-ear hair bundles. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 114(52):E11170-E11179. PubMed 

Tadenev, A.L.D., and Tarchini, B. The spindle orientation machinery beyond mitosis: when cell specialization demands polarization. In: Gotta, M. and Meraldi, P. editors. Cell Division Machinery and Disease. Springer International Publishing; 2017. p.209-225. PubMed

Tarchini, B., Tadenev, A.L.D., Devanney, N., and Cayouette, M. (2016). A link between planar polarity and staircase-like bundle architecture in hair cells. Development 143(21):3926-3932. PubMed 

Lacomme, M., Tarchini, B., Boudreau-Pinsonneault, C., Monat, C., and Cayouette, M. (2016). The LGN protein promotes planar proliferative divisions in the neocortex but apicobasal asymmetric terminal divisions in the retina. Development 143 (4), 575-81. PubMed 

Tarchini, B., Jolicoeur, C., and Cayouette, M. (2013). A molecular blueprint at the apical surface establishes planar asymmetry in cochlear hair cells. Developmental Cell 27, 88-102. PubMed 

Alsio, J.M., Tarchini, B., Cayouette, M., and Livesey, F.J. (2013). Ikaros promotes early-born neuronal fates in the cerebral cortex. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 110, E716-725. PubMed 

Tarchini, B., Jolicoeur, C., and Cayouette, M. (2012). In vivo evidence for unbiased Ikaros retinal lineages using an Ikaros-Cre mouse line driving clonal recombination. Developmental Dynamics 241, 1973-1985. PubMed 

Tschopp, P., Tarchini, B., Spitz, F., Zakany, J., and Duboule, D. (2009). Uncoupling time and space in the collinear regulation of Hox genes. PLoS Genetics 5, e1000398. PubMed 

Duboule, D., Tarchini, B., Zakany, J., and Kmita, M. (2007). Tinkering with constraints in the evolution of the vertebrate limb anterior-posterior polarity. Novartis Foundation Symposium 284, 130-137; discussion 138-141, 158-163. PubMed 

Tarchini, B., Duboule, D., and Kmita, M. (2006). Regulatory constraints in the evolution of the tetrapod limb anterior-posterior polarity. Nature 443, 985-988. PubMed 

Tarchini, B., and Duboule, D. (2006). Control of Hoxd genes’ collinearity during early limb development. Developmental Cell 10, 93-103. PubMed 

Tarchini, B., Huynh, T.H., Cox, G.A., and Duboule, D. (2005). HoxD cluster scanning deletions identify multiple defects leading to paralysis in the mouse mutant Ironside. Genes & Development 19, 2862-2876. PubMed 

Kmita, M., Tarchini, B., Zakany, J., Logan, M., Tabin, C.J., and Duboule, D. (2005). Early developmental arrest of mammalian limbs lacking HoxA/HoxD gene function. Nature 435, 1113-1116. PubMed 

Kmita, M., Tarchini, B., Duboule, D., and Herault, Y. (2002). Evolutionary conserved sequences are required for the insulation of the vertebrate Hoxd complex in neural cells. Development 129, 5521-5528. PubMed