Cellerino Associated Research Group

Publications

2011

  • The short-lived annual fish Nothobranchius furzeri shows a typical teleost aging process reinforced by high incidence of age-dependent neoplasias.
    Di Cicco E, Tozzini Terzibasi E, Rossi G, Cellerino A
    Exp Gerontol 2011, 46(4), 249-56
  • Phylogeny, genetic variability and colour polymorphism of an emerging animal model: The short-lived annual Nothobranchius fishes from southern Mozambique.
    Dorn A, Ng'oma E, Janko K, Reichwald K, Polačik M, Platzer M, Cellerino* A, Reichard* M
    Mol Phylogenet Evol 2011, 61(3), 739-49 * equal contribution
  • Mitochondrial DNA copy number and function decrease with age in the short-lived fish Nothobranchius furzeri.
    Hartmann N, Reichwald K, Wittig I, Dröse S, Schmeisser S, Lück C, Hahn C, Graf M, Gausmann U, Terzibasi E, Cellerino A, Ristow M, Brandt U, Platzer M, Englert C
    Aging Cell 2011, 10(5), 824-31
  • Der annuelle Türkise Prachtgrundkärpfling Nothobranchius furzeri als neues Modell für die Alternsforschung
    Platzer M, Reichwald K, Hartmann N, Cellerino A, Englert C
    In: Interdisziplinäre geriatrische Versorgung (edited by Heiß W), Altersmedizin aktuell 2011, Kapitel 3.1.3, ecomed Medizin, L

2010

  • 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
  • Potential negative impacts and low effectiveness in the use of African annual killifish in the biocontrol of aquatic mosquito larvae in temporary water bodies.
    Reichard M, Watters BR, Wildekamp RH, Sonnenberg R, Nagy B, Polacik M, Valdesalici S, Cellerino A, Cooper BJ, Hengstler H, Rosenstock J, Sainthouse I
    Parasit Vectors 2010, 3, 89

2009

  • Exogenous brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) reverts phenotypic changes in the retinas of transgenic mice lacking the BDNF gene.
    Arango-González* B, Cellerino* A, Kohler K
    Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 2009, 50(3), 1416-22 * equal contribution, published during change of institution
  • Life Extension in the Short-Lived Fish Nothobranchius furzeri
    Cellerino A
    In: Aging Medicine (edited by Sell C, Lorenzini A, BrownBorg HM), Life-Span Extension: Single-Cell Organisms to Man 2009, 157-71, Humana Press Inc., Totow
  • Telomeres shorten while Tert expression increases during ageing of the short-lived fish Nothobranchius furzeri.
    Hartmann N, Reichwald K, Lechel A, Graf M, Kirschner J, Dorn A, Terzibasi E, Wellner J, Platzer M, Rudolph KL, Cellerino A, Englert C
    Mech Ageing Dev 2009, 130(5), 290-6
  • High tandem repeat content in the genome of the short-lived annual fish Nothobranchius furzeri: a new vertebrate model for aging research.
    Reichwald K, Lauber C, Nanda I, Kirschner J, Hartmann N, Schories S, Gausmann U, Taudien S, Schilhabel MB, Szafranski K, Glöckner G, Schmid M, Cellerino A, Schartl M, Englert C, Platzer M
    Genome Biol 2009, 10(2), R16