Publications of the group of Prof. Amparo Acker-Palmer

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Loss of PHD3 allows tumours to overcome hypoxic growth inhibition and sustain proliferation through EGFR.

Henze, A-T; Garvalov, BK; Seidel, S; Cuesta, A; Ritter, M; Filatova, A; Foss, F; Dopeso, H; Essmann, CL; Maxwell, PH; Reifenberger, G; Carmeliet, P; Acker-Palmer, A (corresponding author); Acker, T (corresponding author)

Nature Communications

5, article number 5582

2014 November

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PHD3 regulates EGFR internalization and signaling in tumours.

Garvalov, BK; Foss, F; Henze, AT; Bethani, I; Gräf-Höchst, S; Singh, D; Filatova, A; Dopeso, H; Seidel, S; Damm, M; Acker-Palmer, A (corresponding author); Acker, T (corresponding author)

Nature Communications

5, article number 5577

2014 November

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FLRT Structure: Balancing Repulsion and Cell Adhesion in Cortical and Vascular Development.

Seiradake, E; Del Toro, D; Nagel, D; Cop, F; Härtl, R; Ruff, T; Seyit-Bremer, G; Harlos, K; Border, EC; Acker-Palmer, A; Jones, EY; Klein, R

Neuron

84 (2), pp.370–385

2014 October

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Amyloid Precursor Protein Knockout Diminishes Synaptic Vesicle Proteins at the Presynaptic Active Zone in Mouse Brain.

Laßek, M; Weingarten, J; Acker-Palmer, A; Bajjalieh, S; Müller, U; Volknandt, W

Current Alzheimer Research

11 (10), pp. 971-980

2014

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Type I cell ROS kinetics under hypoxia in the intact mouse carotid body ex vivo: a FRET based study

Bernardini, A; Brockmeier, U; Metzen, E; Berchner-Pfannschmidt, U; Harde, E; Acker-Palmer, A; Papkovsky, D; Acker, H; Fandrey, J

American Journal of Physiology - Cell Physiology

308 (1), pp. C61-C67

2015 January

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NTPDase2 and Purinergic Signaling Control Progenitor Cell Proliferation in Neurogenic Niches of the Adult Mouse Brain.

Gampe, K; Stefani, J; Hammer, K; Brendel, P; Pötzsch, A; Enikolopov, G; Enjyoji, K; Acker-Palmer, A; Robson, SC; Zimmermann, H

Stem Cells

33 (1), pp. 253-264

2015 January

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Genetic dissection of plexin signalling in vivo.

Worzfeld, T; Swiercz, JM; Sentürk, A; Genz, B; Korostylev, A; Deng, S; Xia, J; Hoshino, M; Epstein, JA; Chan, A; Vollmar, B; Acker-Palmer, A; Kuner, R; Offermanns, S

Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the United States of America

111(6), pp. 2194-2199

2014 January

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The GRIP1/14-3-3 pathway coordinates cargo trafficking and dendrite development.

Geiger, JC; Lipka, J; Segura, I; Hoyer, S; Schlager, MA; Wulf, PS; Weinges, S; Demmers, J; Hoogenraad, CC; Acker-Palmer, A

Developmental Cell

28 (4), pp. 381-393

2014 February

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Reelin and CXCL12 regulate distinct migratory behaviors during the development of the dopaminergic system.

Bodea, G; Spille, J-H; Abe, P; Senturk Andersson, A; Acker-Palmer, A; Stumm, R; Kubitscheck, U; Blaess, S

Development

141, pp. 661-673

2014 February

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Ex Vivo Retinal Explant Cultures to Study Angiogenic Responses.

Sawamiphak, S; Bethani, S; Ritter, M; Acker-Palmer, A

In: The Textbook of Angiogenesis and Lymphangiogenesis. Methods and Applications. Editors: E Zudaire and F Cuttitta. Springer Dordrecht Heidelberg NY London

pp. 169-180.

2012

Ceramide Levels Regulated by Carnitine Palmitoyltransferase 1C Control Dendritic Spine Maturation and Cognition.

Carrasco, P; Sahún, I; McDonald, J; Ramírez, S; Jacas, J; Gratacós, E; Sierra, AY; Serra, D; Herrero, L; Acker-Palmer, A; Hegardt, FG; Dierssen, M; Casals, N

Journal of Biological Chemistry

187 (25), pp. 21224-32

2012 April

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Identification of testis 14-3-3 binding proteins by tandem affinity purification.

Puri, P; Acker-Palmer, A; Stahler, R; Chen, Y; Kline, D; Vijayaraghavan, S

Spermatogenesis

1 (4), pp. 354-365

2011 October

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Enhancement of endogenous neurogenesis in ephrin-B3 deficient mice after transient focal cerebral ischemia.

Doeppner, TR; Bretschneider, E; Doehring, M; Segura, I; Sentürk, A; Acker-Palmer, A; Hasan, MR; Elali, A; Hermann, DM; Bähr, M

Acta Neuropathologica

2011 Oct

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Ephrin Bs are essential components of the Reelin pathway to regulate neuronal migration.

Sentürk, A; Pfennig, S; Weiss, A; Burk, K; Acker-Palmer, A

Nature

472, pp. 356-360

2011 March 21

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DNA damage in oocytes induces a switch of the quality control factor TAp63α from dimer to tetramer.

Deutsch, GB; Zielonka, EM; Coutandin, D; Weber, TA; Schäfer, B; Hannewald, J; Luh, LM; Durst, FG; Ibrahim, M; Hoffmann, J; Niesen, FH; Sentürk, A; Kunkel, H; Brutschy, B; Schleiff, E; Knapp, S; Acker-Palmer, A; Grez, M; McKeon, F; Dötsch, V

Cell

144 (4), pp. 566-576

2011 February 18

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Preparation of retinal explant cultures to study ex vivo tip endothelial cell responses.

Sawamiphak, S; Ritter, M; Acker-Palmer, A

Nature Protocols

5, pp. 1659–1665

2010 September 23

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Spatial organization of transmembrane receptor signalling.

Bethani, I; Skånland, SS; Dikic, I; Acker-Palmer, A

The EMBO Journal

29 (16), pp. 2677-2688

2010 August 18

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Ephrin-B2 regulates VEGFR2 function in developmental and tumour angiogenesis.

Sawamiphak, S; Seidel, S; Essmann, CL; Wilkinson, GA; Pitulescu, ME; Acker, T; Acker-Palmer, A

Nature

465, pp. 487–491

2010 May 5

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Serine phosphorylation of ephrinB2 regulates trafficking of synaptic AMPA receptors.

Essmann, CL; Martinez, E; Geiger, JC; Zimmer, M; Traut, MH; Stein, V; Klein, R; Acker-Palmer, A

Nature Neuroscience

11, pp. 1035-1043

2008 August 10

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Phosphorylation-dependent interaction of tyrosine 3-monooxygenase/tryptophan 5-monooxygenase activation protein (YWHA) with PADI6 following oocyte maturation in mice.

Snow, AJ; Puri, P; Acker-Palmer, A; Bouwmeester, T; Vijayaraghavan, S; Kline, D

Biology of Reproduction

79 (2), pp. 337-347

2008 May 7

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Grb4 and GIT1 transduce ephrinB reverse signals modulating spine morphogenesis and synapse formation.

Segura, I; Essmann, CL; Weinges, S; Acker-Palmer, A

Nature Neuroscience

10, pp. 301-310

2007 February 18

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Transgenic mouse proteomics identifies new 14-3-3-associated proteins involved in cytoskeletal rearrangements and cell signaling.

Angrand, PO; Segura, I; Völkel, P; Ghidelli, S; Terry, R; Brajenovic, M; Vintersten, K; Klein, R; Superti-Furga, G; Drewes, G; Kuster, B; Bouwmeester, T; Acker-Palmer, A

Molecular & Cellular Proteomics

5, pp. 2211-2227.

2006 September 6

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Homeobox A9 transcriptionally regulates the EphB4 receptor to modulate endothelial cell migration and tube formation.

Bruhl, T; Urbich, C; Aicher, D; Acker-Palmer, A; Zeiher, AM; Dimmeler, S

Circulation Research

94, pp. 743-751

2004 February 5

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