Rudolph Research Group

Publications

2019

  • Adaptive immunodeficiency accelerates the development of intestinal atrophy in telomere dysfunctional mice during ageing
    Bajwa S
    Dissertation 2019, Jena, Germany
  • Cohesin-mediated NF-κB signaling limits hematopoietic stem cell self-renewal in aging and inflammation.
    Chen Z, Amro EM, Becker F, Hölzer M, Rasa SMM, Njeru SN, Han B, Di Sanzo S, Chen Y, Tang D, Tao S, Haenold R, Groth M, Romanov VS, Kirkpatrick JM, Kraus JM, Kestler HA, Marz M, Ori A, Neri F, Morita** Y, Rudolph** KL
    J Exp Med 2019, 216(1), 152-75 ** co-corresponding authors
  • Wnt Signaling Mediates the Aging-Induced Differentiation Impairment of Intestinal Stem Cells.
    Cui H, Tang D, Garside GB, Zeng T, Wang Y, Tao Z, Zhang L, Tao S
    STEM CELL REV REP 2019, 15(3), 448-55
  • TRiC activates the unfolded protein response and protects starved stem cells by modulating energy and lipid metabolism during planarian regeneration
    Gutiérrez-Gutiérrez* Ó, Felix* DA, Salvetti A, Thems A, Pietsch S, Koeberle A, Rudolph KL, González-Estévez C
    bioRxiv 2019, https://doi.org/10.1101/732875 * equal contribution
  • Sirt1 deletion improves intestinal atrophy in telomere dysfunctional mice by impairing induction of DNA damage responses
    Kim I
    Dissertation 2019, Jena, Germany
  • The peripheral differentiation of human natural killer T cells.
    Liu J, Hill BJ, Darko S, Song K, Quigley MF, Asher TE, Morita Y, Greenaway HY, Venturi V, Douek DC, Davenport MP, Price DA, Roederer M
    Immunol Cell Biol 2019, 97(6), 586-96
  • ORP3 is a tumor suppressor protein in the B-cell lineage of aging mice
    Njeru SN
    Dissertation 2019, Jena, Germany
  • Author Correction: Epigenetic stress responses induce muscle stem-cell ageing by Hoxa9 developmental signals.
    Schwörer S, Becker F, Feller C, Baig AH, Köber U, Henze H, Kraus JM, Xin B, Lechel A, Lipka DB, Varghese CS, Schmidt M, Rohs R, Aebersold R, Medina KL, Kestler HA, Neri F, von Maltzahn** J, Tümpel** S, Rudolph** KL
    Nature 2019, 572(7769), E11-5 ** co-corresponding authors
  • SIRT6 Is Responsible for More Efficient DNA Double-Strand Break Repair in Long-Lived Species.
    Tian X, Firsanov D, Zhang Z, Cheng Y, Luo L, Tombline G, Tan R, Simon M, Henderson S, Steffan J, Goldfarb A, Tam J, Zheng K, Cornwell A, Johnson A, Yang JN, Mao Z, Manta B, Dang W, Zhang Z, Vijg J, Wolfe A, Moody K, Kennedy BK, Bohmann D, Gladyshev VN, Seluanov A, Gorbunova V
    Cell 2019, 177(3), 622-638.e22
  • Quiescence: Good and Bad of Stem Cell Aging.
    Tümpel S, Rudolph KL
    Trends Cell Biol 2019, 29(8), 672-85