Items where Division is "03 Faculty of Medicine > Departement Biomedizin > Division of Anatomy > Embryology and Stem Cell Biology (Taylor)"
Number of items at this level: 16.
Giachino, C. and Barz, M. and Tchorz, J. S. and Tome, M. and Gassmann, M. and Bischofberger, J. and Bettler, B. and Taylor, V.. (2014) GABA suppresses neurogenesis in the adult hippocampus through GABAB receptors. Development, Vol. 141, H. 1. S. 83-90.
Rolando, C. and Taylor, V.. (2014) Neural stem cell of the hippocampus : development, physiology regulation, and dysfunction in disease. In: Stem cells in development and disease. Elsevier, S. 183-206.
Giachino, C. and Basak, O. and Lugert, S. and Knuckles, P. and Obernier, K. and Fiorelli, R. and Frank, S. and Raineteau, O. and Alvarez-Buylla, A. and Taylor, V.. (2013) Molecular diversity subdivides the adult forebrain neural stem cell population. Stem cells, Vol. 32, H. 1. S. 70-84.
Wang, Y. and Wu, B. and Chamberlain, A. A. and Lui, W. and Koirala, P. and Susztak, K. and Klein, D. and Taylor, V. and Zhou, B.. (2013) Endocardial to myocardial notch-wnt-bmp axis regulates early heart valve development. PLoS one, Vol. 8, H. 4 , e60244.
Basak, O. and Giachino, C. and Fiorini, E. and Macdonald, H. R. and Taylor, V.. (2012) Neurogenic subventricular zone stem/progenitor cells are Notch1-dependent in their active but not quiescent state. Journal of neuroscience, Vol. 32, H. 16. S. 5654-5666.
Knuckles, P. and Vogt, M. A. and Lugert, S. and Milo, M. and Chong, M. M. and Hautbergue, G. M. and Wilson, S. A. and Littman, D. R. and Taylor, V.. (2012) Drosha regulates neurogenesis by controlling neurogenin 2 expression independent of microRNAs. Nature neuroscience, Vol. 15, H. 7. S. 962-969.
Lugert, S. and Vogt, M. and Tchorz, J. S. and Muller, M. and Giachino, C. and Taylor, V.. (2012) Homeostatic neurogenesis in the adult hippocampus does not involve amplification of Ascl1(high) intermediate progenitors. Nature communications, Vol. 3 , Article Nr. 670.
Tchorz, J. S. and Suply, T. and Ksiazek, I. and Giachino, C. and Cloetta, D. and Danzer, C. P. and Doll, T. and Isken, A. and Lemaistre, M. and Taylor, V. and Bettler, B. and Kinzel, B. and Mueller, M.. (2012) A modified RMCE-compatible Rosa26 locus for the expression of transgenes from exogenous promoters. PLoS one, Vol. 7, H. 1 , e30011.
Binder, E. and Rukavina, M. and Hassani, H. and Weber, M. and Nakatani, H. and Reiff, T. and Parras, C. and Taylor, V. and Rohrer, H.. (2011) Peripheral nervous system progenitors can be reprogrammed to produce myelinating oligodendrocytes and repair brain lesions. Journal of neuroscience, Vol. 31, H. 17. S. 6379-6391.
Herzog, D. and Loetscher, P. and van Hengel, J. and Knusel, S. and Brakebusch, C. and Taylor, V. and Suter, U. and Relvas, J. B.. (2011) The small GTPase RhoA is required to maintain spinal cord neuroepithelium organization and the neural stem cell pool. Journal of neuroscience, Vol. 31, H. 13. S. 5120-5130.
Lange, C. and Prenninger, S. and Knuckles, P. and Taylor, V. and Levin, M. and Calegari, F.. (2011) The H(+) vacuolar ATPase maintains neural stem cells in the developing mouse cortex. Stem cells and development, Vol. 20, H. 5. S. 843-850.
Lugert, S. and Taylor, V.. (2011) Neural stem cells: disposable, end-state glia? Cell stem cell, Vol. 8, H. 5. S. 464-465.
Taylor, Verdon. (2011) Hippocampal stem cells: so they are multipotent! Journal of molecular cell biology, Vol. 3, H. 5. S. 270-272.
Ehm, O. and Goritz, C. and Covic, M. and Schaffner, I. and Schwarz, T. J. and Karaca, E. and Kempkes, B. and Kremmer, E. and Pfrieger, F. W. and Espinosa, L. and Bigas, A. and Giachino, C. and Taylor, V. and Frisen, J. and Lie, D. C.. (2010) RBPJkappa-dependent signaling is essential for long-term maintenance of neural stem cells in the adult hippocampus. Journal of neuroscience, Vol. 30, H. 41. S. 13794-13807.
Lugert, S. and Basak, O. and Knuckles, P. and Haussler, U. and Fabel, K. and Gotz, M. and Haas, C. A. and Kempermann, G. and Taylor, V. and Giachino, C.. (2010) Quiescent and active hippocampal neural stem cells with distinct morphologies respond selectively to physiological and pathological stimuli and aging. Cell stem cell, Vol. 6, H. 5. S. 445-456.
Onichtchouk, D. and Geier, F. and Polok, B. and Messerschmidt, D. M. and Mossner, R. and Wendik, B. and Song, S. and Taylor, V. and Timmer, J. and Driever, W.. (2010) Zebrafish Pou5f1-dependent transcriptional networks in temporal control of early development. Molecular systems biology, Vol. 6 , 354.