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Trrap-dependent histone acetylation specifically regulates cell-cycle gene transcription to control neural progenitor fate decisions.
Authors: Tapias, Alicia; Zhou, Zhong-Wei; Shi, Yue; Chong, Zechen; Wang, Pei; Groth, Marco; Platzer, Matthias; Huttner, Wieland; Herceg, Zdenko; Yang, Yun-Gui; Wang, Zhao-Qi
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2014
Title of Journal: Cell Stem Cell
Volume: 14
Issue / Number: 5
Start Page: 632
End Page: 643
Document Type: Article
ID: 705654.0


Loss of epithelial hypoxia-inducible factor prolyl hydroxylase 2 accelerates skin wound healing in mice.
Authors: Kalucka, Joanna; Ettinger, Andreas; Franke, Kristin; Mamlouk, Soulafa; Singh, Rashim Pal; Farhat, Katja; Muschter, Antje; Olbrich, Susanne; Breier, Georg; Katschinski, Dörthe M; Huttner, Wieland; Weidemann, Alexander; Wielockx, Ben
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2013
Title of Journal: Molecular and Cellular Biology
Volume: 33
Issue / Number: 17
Start Page: 3426
End Page: 3438
Document Type: Article
ID: 688550.0


[Abstract:] MicroRNA-9 controls the migration of cortical neurons in developing mouse neocortex
Authors: Clovis, Yvonne M.; Enard, Wolfgang; Huttner, Wieland; De Pietri Tonelli, Davide
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2011
Name of Conference/Meeting: 34th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society
Title of Journal: Neuroscience Research
Volume (in Journal): 71
Issue / Number: Suppl. 1
Start Page: e47
End Page: e47
Document Type: Conference-Paper
ID: 573042.0


Intraflagellar transport protein 172 is essential for primary cilia formation and plays a vital role in patterning the mammalian brain
Authors: Gorivodsky, Marat; Mukhopadhyay, Mahua; Wilsch-Bräuninger, Michaela; Phillips, Matthew; Teufel, Andreas; Kim, Changmee; Malik, Nasir; Huttner, Wieland; Westphal, Heiner
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2009
Title of Journal: Developmental Biology
Volume: 325
Issue / Number: 1
Start Page: 24
End Page: 32
Document Type: Article
ID: 463138.0


Intraflagellar transport protein 172 is essential for primary cilia formation and plays a vital role in patterning the mammalian brain
Authors: Gorivodsky, Marat; Mukhopadhyay, Mahua; Wilsch-Braeuninger, Michaela; Phillips, Matthew; Teufel, Andreas; Kim, Changmee; Malik, Nasir; Huttner, Wieland; Westphal, Heiner
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2008
Title of Journal: Developmental Biology
Volume: 325
Issue / Number: 1
Start Page: 24
End Page: 32
Document Type: Article
ID: 414377.0