Englert Research Group

Publications

2010

  • Cofilin-1 inactivation leads to proteinuria--studies in zebrafish, mice and humans.
    Ashworth S, Teng B, Kaufeld J, Miller E, Tossidou I, Englert C, Bollig F, Staggs L, Roberts ISD, Park JK, Haller H, Schiffer M
    PLoS One 2010, 5(9), e12626
  • Gender separation increases somatic growth in females but does not affect lifespan in Nothobranchius furzeri.
    Graf M, Cellerino A, Englert C
    PLoS One 2010, 5(8), e11958
  • Telomere length of patients with major depression is shortened but independent from therapy and severity of the disease.
    Hartmann N, Boehner M, Groenen F, Kalb R
    Depress Anxiety 2010, 27(12), 1111-6
  • A novel Wilms tumor 1 (WT1) target gene negatively regulates the WNT signaling pathway.
    Kim MS, Yoon SK, Bollig F, Kitagaki J, Hur W, Whye NJ, Wu YP, Rivera MN, Park JY, Kim HS, Malik K, Bell DW, Englert C, Perantoni AO, Lee SB
    J Biol Chem 2010, 285(19), 14585-93
  • Sipl1 and Rbck1 are novel Eya1-binding proteins with a role in craniofacial development.
    Landgraf K, Bollig F, Trowe MO, Besenbeck B, Ebert C, Kruspe D, Kispert A, Hänel F, Englert C
    Mol Cell Biol 2010, 30(24), 5764-75
  • An unusual peptide from Conus villepinii: synthesis, solution structure, and cardioactivity.
    Miloslavina A, Ebert C, Tietze D, Ohlenschläger O, Englert C, Görlach M, Imhof D
    Peptides 2010, 31(7), 1292-300
  • Wt1 and retinoic acid signaling in the subcoelomic mesenchyme control the development of the pleuropericardial membranes and the sinus horns.
    Norden J, Grieskamp T, Lausch E, van Wijk B, van den Hoff MJB, Englert C, Petry M, Mommersteeg MTM, Christoffels VM, Niederreither K, Kispert A
    Circ Res 2010, 106(7), 1212-20
  • Analysis of Wt1 function using a conditional knock-out mouse model
    Sierig R
    Dissertation 2010, Jena, Germany
  • Characterization of mesonephric development and regeneration using transgenic zebrafish.
    Zhou W, Boucher RC, Bollig F, Englert C, Hildebrandt F
    AM J PHYSIOL-RENAL 2010, 299(5), F1040-7

2009

  • A highly conserved retinoic acid responsive element controls wt1a expression in the zebrafish pronephros.
    Bollig F, Perner B, Besenbeck B, Köthe S, Ebert C, Taudien S, Englert C
    Development 2009, 136(17), 2883-92