CARTA-inspired Publications

CARTA encourages transdisciplinary research to advance our understanding of human origins through its symposium series. CARTA symposia provide a forum for researchers in varied fields to come together "to explore and explain the human phenomenon.” Member interactions continue after symposia and via the web site. This page lists examples of publications inspired by interactions amongst CARTA members. The list will be updated periodically.

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Li, L, Preuss, T, Rilling, J, Hopkins, W, Glasser, M, Kumar, B, Nana, R, Zhang, X, Hu, X. Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) precentral corticospinal system asymmetry and handedness: a diffusion magnetic resonance imaging study. PLoS One. United States. 2010;5:e12886.
Bogin, B. Evolution of Human Growth. In: Muehlenbein, MP, eds. Human Evolutionary Biology. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press. 2010, p.379-395.
Balsters, J, Cussans, E, Diedrichsen, J, Phillips, K, Preuss, T, Rilling, J, Ramnani, N. Evolution of the cerebellar cortex: the selective expansion of prefrontal-projecting cerebellar lobules. Neuroimage. United States. 2010;49:2045-52.
Bunge, S, Preuss, T. Evolutionary and developmental issues in cognitive neuroscience. In: Encyclopedia of Behavioral Neuroscience. Oxford: Elsevier. 2010.
Varki, A. Fate of 'retired' research chimps. Nature, 2010/10/29. 2010;467:1047.
Crews, D, Bogin, B. Growth, Development, Senescence, and Aging: A Life History Perspective. In: Larsen, C, eds. A Companion to Biological Anthropology. Malden, Mass.: Wiley-Blackwell. 2010, p.124-152.
Watkins, PA, Moser, AB, Toomer, CB, Steinberg, SJ, Moser, HW, Karaman, MW, Ramaswamy, K, Siegmund, KD, D Lee, R, Ely, JJ, Ryder, OA, Hacia, JG. Identification of differences in human and great ape phytanic acid metabolism that could influence gene expression profiles and physiological functions. BMC Physiol. 2010;10:19.
Ghaderi, D, Taylor, RE, Padler-Karavani, V, Diaz, S, Varki, A. Implications of the presence of N-glycolylneuraminic acid in recombinant therapeutic glycoproteins. Nat Biotechnol, 2010/07/27. 2010;28:863-7.
Gao, MC, Bellugi, U, Dai, L, Mills, DL, Sobel, EM, Lange, K, Korenberg, JR. Intelligence in Williams Syndrome is related to STX1A, which encodes a component of the presynaptic SNARE complex. PLoS One, 2010/04/28. 2010;5:e10292.
Bogin, B, Varela-Silva, MI. Leg length, body proportion, and health: a review with a note on beauty. Int J Environ Res Public Health, 2010/07/10. 2010;7:1047-75.
Patel, AD. Music, biological evolution, and the brain. In: Bailar, M, Levander, CField, Henry, C, eds. Emerging disciplines : shaping new fields of scholarly inquiry in and beyond the humanities. Houston: Rice University Press. 2010, p.91-144.
Taylor, RE, Gregg, CJ, Padler-Karavani, V, Ghaderi, D, Yu, H, Huang, S, Sorensen, RU, Chen, X, Inostroza, J, Nizet, V, Varki, A. Novel mechanism for the generation of human xeno-autoantibodies against the nonhuman sialic acid N-glycolylneuraminic acid. J Exp Med, 2010/07/14. 2010;207:1637-46.
Finch, CE, Holmes, DJ. Ovarian aging in developmental and evolutionary contexts. Ann N Y Acad Sci, 2010/08/27. 2010;1204:82-94.
Preuss, TM. Reinventing primate neuroscience for the 21st century. In: Primate neuroethology. New York: Oxford University Press. 2010, p.422-453.
Soto, PC, Stein, LL, Hurtado-Ziola, N, Hedrick, SM, Varki, A. Relative over-reactivity of human versus chimpanzee lymphocytes: implications for the human diseases associated with immune activation. J Immunol, 2010/03/17. 2010;184:4185-95.
Locke, J. The development of linguistic systems: insights from evolution. In: Guendouzi, J, Loncke, F, Williams, M, eds. The Handbook of Psycholinguistic and Cognitive Processes. New York: Taylor and Francis. 2010.
Golarai, G, Hong, S, Haas, B, Galaburda, A, Mills, D, Bellugi, U, Grill-Spector, K, Reiss, A. The fusiform face area is enlarged in Williams syndrome. J Neurosci. 2010;30:6700-12.
Varki, A. Uniquely human evolution of sialic acid genetics and biology. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2010/05/07. 2010;107 Suppl :8939-46.
Zitzer-Comfort, C, Reilly, J, Korenberg, J, Bellugi, U. We are social— Therefore we are: The interplay of mind, culture and genetics in Williams syndrome. In: Worthman, CM, eds. Formative experiences : the interaction of caregiving, culture, and developmental psychobiology. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press. 2010.


Baker, ME, Chang, DJ, Chandsawangbhuwana, C. 3D model of lamprey estrogen receptor with estradiol and 15alpha-hydroxy-estradiol. PLoS One, 2009/06/27. 2009;4:e6038.
Than, N, Romero, R, Goodman, M, Weckle, A, Xing, J, Dong, Z, Xu, Y, Tarquini, F, Szilagyi, A, Gal, P, Hou, Z, Tarca, A, Kim, C, Kim, J, Haidarian, S, Uddin, M, Bohn, H, Benirschke, K, Santolaya-Forgas, J, Grossman, L, Erez, O, Hassan, S, Zavodszky, P, Papp, Z, Wildman, D. A primate subfamily of galectins expressed at the maternal-fetal interface that promote immune cell death. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2009/06/06. 2009;106:9731-6.
Paul, BM, Snyder, AZ, Haist, F, Raichle, ME, Bellugi, U, Stiles, J. Amygdala response to faces parallels social behavior in Williams syndrome. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 2009/07/28. 2009;4:278-85.
Ramchandra, R, Hood, S, Denton, D, Woods, R, McKinley, M, McAllen, R, May, C. Basis for the preferential activation of cardiac sympathetic nerve activity in heart failure. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. United States. 2009;106:924-8.