Previous Faculty Publications

Below you will find a selection of research articles published by members of the IMPRS-TP faculty prior to February 2017. Please click on the article title to access the repsective Pubmed entry.

Schludi MH, ...Arzberger T and Edbauer D. Distribution of dipeptide repeat proteins in cellular models and C9orf72 mutation cases suggests link to transcriptional silencing. Acta Neuropathol. 2015 Oct;130(4):537-55. 

Levin J, Bak TH, Rominger A, Mille E, Arzberger T, Giese A, Ackl N, Lorenzl S, Bader B, Patzig M, Bötzel K, Danek A. The association of aphasia and right-sided motor impairment in corticobasal syndrome. J Neurol. 2015 Jul 5.

Attardo A, Fitzgerald JE and Schnitzer MJImpermanence of dendritic spines in live adult CA1 hippocampus. Nature. 2015 Jul 30;523(7562):592-6

Barretto RP, Ko TH, Jung JC, Wang TJ, Capps G, Waters AC, Ziv Y, Attardo A, Recht L, Schnitzer MJ. Time-lapse imaging of disease progression in deep brain areas using fluorescence microendoscopy. Nat Med. 2011 Feb;17(2):223-8.

Attardo A, Fabel K, Krebs J, Haubensak W, Huttner WB, Kempermann G. Tis21 expression marks not only populations of neurogenic precursors but also new postmitotic neurons in adult hippocampal neurogenesis. Cereb Cortex 2010 Feb;20(2):304-14.

Attardo A, Calegari F, Haubensak W, Wilsch-Bräuninger M, and Huttner WB. Live imaging at the onset of cortical neurogenesis reveals differential appearance of the neuronal phenotype in apical versus basal progenitor progeny. PLoS ONE 2008 Jun 11;3(6):e2388

Filosa A, Barker AJ, Dal Maschio M and Baier HFeeding State Modulates Behavioral Choice and Processing of Prey Stimuli in the Zebrafish Tectum. Neuron May 4, 2016: 90, 596–608.

Temizer I, Donovan JC, Baier H, Semmelhack JL. A visual pathway for looming-evoked escape in larval zebrafish. Curr Biol. 2015 Jul 20;25(14):1823-34

Auer TO, Xiao T, Bercier V, Gebhardt C, Duroure K, Concordet JP, Wyart C, Suster M, Kawakami K, Wittbrodt J, Baier H, Del Bene F. Deletion of a kinesin I motor unmasks a mechanism of homeostatic branching control by neurotrophin-3. Elife 2015 Jun 15;4.

Kubo F, Hablitzel B, Dal Maschio M, Driever W, Baier H, Arrenberg AB. Functional architecture of an optic flow responsive area that drives horizontal eye movements in zebrafish. Neuron 2014 Mar 19; 81:1344-59.

Semi-schematic illustration of the anatomy of the larval zebrafish tectum. The tectum is composed of a neuropil area (red punctae) and a cell body layer (blue nuclei). Axons of retinal ganglion cells (magenta, two shown) enter the superficial layers of the neuropil, where they form synapses with superficial interneurons (orange) and a subset of periventricular neurons (green, several subtypes). Retinal axons are planar, side views are shown. Other periventricular neurons (e.g., the blue type) are local interneurons or projection neurons. Radial glia (yellow) span the entire depth of the tectum. The tectum of a larval fish (7 days post-fertilization) is about 200 μm from rostal to caudal.

Ziv L, Muto A, Schoonheim PJ, Meijsing SH, Strasser D, Ingraham HA, Schaaf MJ, Yamamoto KR, Baier HAn affective disorder in zebrafish with mutation of the glucocorticoid receptor. Mol Psychiatry 2013 Jun; 18:681-691.

Xiao T, Staub W, Robles E, Gosse NJ, Cole GJ, Baier H. Assembly of lamina-specific neuronal connections by Slit bound to type IV collagen. Cell 2011 Jul 8; 146:164-176.

Del Bene F, Wyart C, Robles E, Tran A, Looger L, Scott EK, Isacoff EY, Baier H. Filtering of visual information in the tectum by an identified neural circuit. Science 2010 Oct 29; 330:669-673.

Arrenberg AB, Stainier DY, Baier H, Huisken J. Optogenetic control of cardiac function. Science 2010 Nov 12; 330:971-974.

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