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Institut für Neuroanatomie

 
Haastert K, Grosheva M, Angelova S, Guntinas-Lichius O, Skouras E, Joern M, Grothe C, Dunlop S, Angelov DN. (2009)
Schwann cells over-expressing FGF-2 alone or combined with manual stimulation do not promote functional recovery after facial nerve injury.
J Biomed Biotechnol, 2009:408794, 11 pages, doi:10. 1155/2009/408794. [Epub 2009 Oct 8]


Bruns AF, Bergeijk JV, Lorbeer C, Nölle A, Jungnickel J, Grothe C, Claus P. (2009)
Fibroblast growth factor-2 regulates the stability of nuclear bodies.
Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 106(31):12747-12752. [Epub 2009 Jul 17]


Schiff M, Weinhold B, Grothe C, Hildebrandt H. (2009)
NCAM and polysialyltransferase profiles match dopminergic marker gene expression but polysialic acid is dispensable for development of the midbrain dopamine system.
J Neurochem 110(5):1661-1673. [Epub 2009 Jul 8]


Ragancokova D, Jahn K, Kotsiari A, Schlesinger F, Haastert K, Stangel M, Petri S, Krampfl K. (2009)
Analysis of neuroprotective effects of valproic acid on primary motor neurons in monoculture or co-cultures with astrocytes or Schwann cells.
Cell Mol Neurobiol 29(6-7):1037-1043. [Epub 2009 Mar 28]


Dunham-Ems SM, Lee Y-W, Stachowiak EK, Pudavar H, Claus P, Prasad PN, Stachowiak MK. (2009)
Fibroblast Growth Factor Receptor-1 (FGFR1) nuclear dynamics reveal a novel mechanism in transcription control.
Mol Biol Cell 20(9):2401-2412. [Epub 2009 Mar 4]


Haastert K, Seef P, Stein VM, Tipold A, Grothe C. (2009)
A new cell culture protocol for enrichment and genetic modification of adult canine Schwann cells suitable for peripheral nerve tissue engineering.
Res Vet Sci 87(1):140-142. [Epub 2009 Feb. 18]


Jungnickel J, Brämer C, Bronzlik P, Lipokatic-Takacs E, Weinhold B, Gerardy-Schahn R, Grothe C. (2009)
Level and localization of polysialic acid is critical for early peripheral nerve regeneration.
Mol Cell Neurosci 40(3):374-381 [Epub 2008 Dec 24]


Bruns AF, Grothe C, Claus P. (2009)
Fibroblast growth factor 2 (FGF-2) is a novel substrate for arginine methylation by PRMT5.
Biol Chem 390(1):59-65. [Epub 2008 Oct 21]