Publications of Judith Stegmüller

Journal Article (12)

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Vingill, S.; Brockelt, D.; Lancelin, C.; Tatenhorst, L.; Dontcheva, G.; Preisinger, C.; Schwedhelm-Domeyer, N.; Joseph, S.; Mitkovski, M.; Goebbels, S. et al.; Nave, K.-A.; Schulz, J. B.; Marquardt, T.; Lingor, P.; Stegmüller, J.: Loss of FBXO7 (PARK15) results in reduced proteasome activity and models a parkinsonism-like phenotype in mice. EMBO Journal 35, pp. 2008 - 2025 (2016)
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Maus, F.; Sakry, D.; Binamé, F.; Karram, K.; Rajalingam, K.; Watts, C.; Heywood, R.; Krüger, R.; Stegmüller, J.; Werner, H. B. et al.; Nave, K.-A.: The NG2 proteoglycan protects oligodendrocyte precursor cells against oxidative stress via interaction with OMI/HtrA2. PLoS One 10, e0137311 (2015)
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Mitkovski, M.; Dahm, L.; Heinrich, R.; Monnheimer, M.; Gerhart, S.; Stegmüller, J.; Hanisch, U.-K.; Nave, K.-A.; Ehrenreich, H.: Erythropoietin dampens injury-induced microglial motility:. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 35 (8), pp. 1233 - 1236 (2015)
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Mukherjee, C.; Holubowska, A.; Schwedhelm-Domeyer, N.; Mitkovski, M.; Lee, S.-J.; Kannan, M.; Matz, A.; Vadhvani, M.; Stegmüller, J.: Loss of the neuron-specific F-box protein FBXO41 models an ataxia-like phenotype in mice with neuronal migration defects and degeneration in the cerebellum. Journal of Neuroscience 35 (23), pp. 8701 - 8717 (2015)
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Matz, A.; Lee, S.-J.; Schwedhelm-Domeyer, N.; Zanini, D.; Holubowska, A.; Kannan, M.; Farnworth, M.; Jahn, O.; Göpfert, M. C.; Stegmüller, J.: Regulation of neuronal survival and morphology by the E3 ubiquitin ligase RNF157. Cell Death and Differentiation 22 (4), pp. 626 - 642 (2015)
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Stegmüller, J.: The brake within: mechanisms of intrinsic regulation of axon growth featuring the CDH1-APC pathway. Translational Neuroscience 4 (3), pp. 273 - 281 (2013)
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Vadhvani, M.; Schwedhelm-Domeyer, N.; Mukherjee, C.; Stegmüller, J.: The centrosomal E3 ubiquitin ligase FBXO31-SCF regulates neuronal morphogenesis and migration. PLoS ONE 8 (2), e57530 (2013)
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Kannan, M.; Lee, S.-J.; Schwedhelm-Domeyer, N.; Nakazawa, T.; Stegmüller, J.: p250GAP is a novel player in the Cdh1-APC/Smur growth regulation. PLoS ONE 7 (11), e50735 (2012)
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Huynh, M. A.; Ikeuchi, Y.; Netherton, S.; De la Torre-Ubieta, L.; Kanadia, R.; Stegmüller, J.; Cepko, C.; Bonni, S.; Bonni, A.: An isoform-specific SnoN1-FOXO1 repressor complex controls neuronal morphogenesis and positioning in the mammalian brain. Neuron 69 (5), pp. 930 - 944 (2011)
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Ikeuchi, Y.; Stegmüller, J.; Netherton, S.; Huynh, M. A.; Masu, M.; Frank, D.; Bonni, S.; Bonni, A.: A SnoN-Ccd1 pathway promotes axonal morphogenesis in the mammalian brain. Journal of Neuroscience 29 (13), pp. 4312 - 4321 (2009)
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Chatterjee, N.; Stegmüller, J.; Schätzle, P.; Karram, K.; Koroll, M.; Werner, H. B.; Nave, K.-A.; Trotter, J.: Interaction of syntenin-1 and the NG2 proteoglycan in migratory oligodendrocyte precursor cells. Journal of Biological Chemistry 283 (13), pp. 8310 - 8317 (2008)
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Stegmüller, J.; Werner, H.; Nave, K.-A.; Trotter, J.: The proteoglycan NG2 is complexed with alpha-amino-3-hydroxy-5- methyl-4-isoxazolepropionic acid (AMPA) receptors by the PDZ glutamate receptor interaction protein (GRIP) in glial progenitor cells - Implications for glial-neuronal signaling. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 278 (6), pp. 3590 - 3598 (2003)
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