Forschungsgruppe Englert

Publikationen

2018

  • Cell-based RNAi screening and high-content analysis in primary calvarian osteoblasts applied to identification of osteoblast differentiation regulators.
    Ahmad M, Kroll T, Jakob J, Rauch A, Ploubidou A, Tuckermann J
    Sci Rep 2018, 8(1), 14045
  • Cell cycle-dependent and -independent telomere shortening accompanies murine brain aging.
    Ain Q, Schmeer C, Penndorf D, Fischer M, Bondeva T, Förster M, Haenold R, Witte OW, Kretz A
    Aging (Albany NY) 2018 (epub ahead of print)
  • Transcriptomic alterations during ageing reflect the shift from cancer to degenerative diseases in the elderly.
    Aramillo Irizar P, Schäuble S, Esser D, Groth M, Frahm C, Priebe S, Baumgart M, Hartmann N, Marthandan S, Menzel U, Müller J, Schmidt S, Ast V, Caliebe A, König R, Krawczak M, Ristow M, Schuster S, Cellerino A, Diekmann S, Englert C, Hemmerich P, Sühnel J, Guthke R, Witte OW, Platzer M, Ruppin E, Kaleta C
    Nat Commun 2018, 9(1), 327
  • Kidney regeneration in fish.
    Bates T, Naumann U, Hoppe B, Englert C
    Int J Dev Biol 2018, 62(6-7-8), 419-29
  • Temperature throws a developmental switch.
    Englert C
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2018 (epub ahead of print)
  • Wilms Tumor 1b defines a wound-specific sheath cell subpopulation associated with notochord repair.
    Lopez-Baez JC, Simpson DJ, LLeras Forero L, Zeng Z, Brunsdon H, Salzano A, Brombin A, Wyatt C, Rybski W, Huitema LFA, Dale RM, Kawakami K, Englert C, Chandra T, Schulte-Merker S, Hastie ND, Patton EE
    Elife 2018, 7, e30657
  • Dispersion/reaggregation in early development of annual killifishes: Phylogenetic distribution and evolutionary significance of a unique feature.
    Naumann B, Englert C
    Dev Biol 2018, 442(1), 69-79
  • Loss of Wilms tumor 1 protein is a marker for apoptosis in response to replicative stress in leukemic cells.
    Pons* M, Reichardt* CM, Hennig D, Nathan A, Kiweler N, Stocking C, Wichmann C, Christmann M, Butter F, Reichardt S, Schneider G, Heinzel T, Englert C, Hartkamp J, Krämer OH, Mahendrarajah N
    Arch Toxicol 2018, 92(6), 2119-35 * equal contribution
  • Neuron-specific inactivation of Wt1 alters locomotion in mice and changes interneuron composition in the spinal cord
    Schnerwitzki D, Perry S, Ivanova A, Viegas Caixeta F, Cramer P, Guenther S, Weber K, Tafreshiha A, Becker L, Vargas Panesso IL, Klopstock T, Hrabe de Angelis M, Schmidt M, Kullander K, Englert C
    Life Science Alliance 2018, 1(4), e201800106

2017

  • The Wilms tumor protein Wt1 contributes to female fertility by regulating oviductal proteostasis.
    Nathan A, Reinhardt P, Kruspe D, Jörß T, Groth M, Nolte H, Habenicht A, Herrmann J, Holschbach V, Toth B, Krüger M, Wang ZQ, Platzer M, Englert C
    Hum Mol Genet 2017, 26(9), 1694-705