Department of Cellular Physiology

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  • Barski JJ, Denker BM, Guan J, Lauth M, Spreafico F, Fertala A, Meyer M. Developmental upregulation of an alternative form of pcp2 with reduced GDI activity.  Cerebellum. 13(2): 207-14 (2014).
  • Scherl A, Dethleffsen K,Michael Meyer. Interactive knowledge networks for interdisciplinary course navigation within Moodle. Adv Physiol Educ (2012).
  • Barski J, Helbig C, Meyer M. Partial rescue of NT-3 null mutant phenotype by a PDGF-β regulated transgene.  Neuroscience Letters. 501: 179–184 (2011).
  • Plomer M, Jessen K, Rangelov G, Meyer M. Der Wissenstransfer aus der Physik in die Physiologie - Untersuchung am Physikpraktikum für Mediziner der LMU. In: Nordmeier V et al., (ed.). Didaktik der Physik. Lehmanns, Berlin (2009).
  • Voigtländer, T, Unterberger U, Guentchev M, Schwaller B, Celio MR, Meyer M, Budka H. The role of parvalbumin and calbindin in D28k in experimental scrapie. Neuropath Appl Neurobiol 34, 435-445 (2008).
  • Harrington AW, Leiner B, Blechschmitt C, Arevalo JC, Lee R, Mörl K, Meyer M, Hempstead BL, Yoon SO, Giehl KM.  Secreted Pro-NGF is a pathophysiological death-inducing ligand after adult CNS injury. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 101, 6224-6230 (2004).
  • Feil R, Hartmann J, Luo C, Wolfsgruber W, Schilling K, Feil S, Barski JJ, Meyer M, Konnerth A, De Zeeuw CI, Hofmann F. Impairment of LTD and cerebellar learning by Purkinje cell-specific ablation of cGMP-dependent protein kinase I. J Cell Biol. 163: 295-302 (2003).
  • Dethleffsen K, Heinrich G, Lauth M, Knapik E, Meyer M.  Insert-Containing Neurotrophins in Teleost Fish and Their Relationship to Nerve Growth Factor. Mol Cell Neurosci. 24, 380-394 (2003).
  • Barski JJ, Hartmann J, Rose CR, Hoebeek F, Moerl K, Noll-Hussong M, De Zeeuw CI, Konnerth A, Meyer M. Calbindin in cerebellar Purkinje cells is a critical determinant of the precision of motor coordination. J Neuroscience 23, 3469-3477 (2002).
  • Lauth M, Spreafico F, Dethleffsen K, Meyer M. Stable and efficient cassette exchange under nonselectable conditions by combined use of two site-specific recombinases. Nucleic Acid Res. 31, e115 (2002).
  • Dethleffsen K, Mörl K, Meyer M. Control of local NGF mRNA synthesis by preformed factors rapidly released from peripheral nerves. Mol Cell Neurosci 20, 503-514 (2002).
  • Schwaller B, Meyer M, Schiffmann SN.  “New” functions for “old” proteins: The role of the calcium-binding proteins calbindin D-28k, calretinin and parvalbumin, in cerebellar physiology. Studies with knockout mice. Cerebellum 1, 241-258 (2002).
  • Barski JJ, Mörl K, Meyer M. Conditional inactivation of the calbindin D-28k gene by Cre/loxP-mediated recombination. Genesis 32, 165-168 (2002). 
  • Barski JJ, Lauth M, Meyer M. Genetic targeting of cerebellar Purkinje cells: History, current status and novel strategies. Cerebellum 1, 111-118 (2002).
  • von Schack D, Casademunt E, Schweigreiter R, Meyer M, Bibel M, Dechant G. Complete ablation of the neurotrophin receptor p75NTR causes defects in both the vascular and nervous system. Nature Neuroscience 4, 977-978 (2001).
  • Giehl KM, Röhrig S, Bonatz H, Gutjahr M, Leiner B, Bartke I, Yan Q, Reichardt LF, Backus C, Welcher AA, Dethleffsen K, Mestres P, Meyer M. Endogenous BDNF and NT-3 antagonistically regulate survival of axotomized corticospinal neurons in vivo. J Neuroscience 21, 3492-3502 (2001).
  • Tucker KL, Meyer M, Barde YA. Neurotrophins are required for nerve growth during development. Nature Neuroscience 4, 29-37 (2001).
  • Spreafico F, Barski JJ, Farina C, Meyer M. Mouse DREAM/calsenilin/KChip3: gene structure, coding potential and expression. Mol. Cell. Neurosci., 17, 1-16 (2001).
  • Cheron G, Schurmans S, Lohof A, d´Alcantara P, Meyer M, Draye JP, Parmentier M, Schiffmann SN. Electrophysiological behavior of Purkinje cells and motor coordination in calretinin knock-out mice. Progress in Brain Research 124, 299-308 (2000).
  • Barski JJ, Dethleffsen K, Meyer M. Cre Recombinase Expression in Cerebellar Purkinje Cells. Genesis 28, 93-98 (2000).
  • Lauth M, Moerl K, Barski JJ, Meyer M. Characterization of Cre-mediated cassette exchange after plasmid microinjection in fertilized mouse oocytes. Genesis 27, 153-158 (2000).
  • Bonatz H, Röhrig S, Mestres P, Meyer M, Giehl K. An axotomy model for the induction of cell death of rat and mice corticospinal neurons in vivo. J. Neurosci. Meth. 100, 105-115 (2000).
  • Airaksinen L, Virkkala J, Aarnisalo A, Meyer M, Ylikoski J, Airaksinen MS. Lack of Calbindin-D28k does not affect hearing level or survival of Hair Cells in acoustic trauma. ORL 62, 9-12 (2000).
  • Vecellio M, Schwaller B, Meyer M, Hunziker . and Celio M. Alteration in Purkinje-cell spines of calbindin D-28k and parvalbumin knock-out animals. Eur J Neurosci. 12, 945-954 (2000).
  • Almeida, OFX, Conde GL, Crochemore C, Demeneix BA, Fischer D, Hassan AHS, Meyer M, Holsboer F and Michaelidis, TM. Subtle shifts in the ratio between pro- and anti-apoptotic molecules following activation of corticosteroid receptors decide neuronal fate. FASEB J., 14, 779-790 (2000).
  • Sooy K, Schermerhorn T, Noda M, Surana M, Rhoten WB, Meyer M, Fleischer N, Sharp GWG., Christakos S. Calbindin-D28k controls Ca and insulin release: evidence obtained from calbindin-D28k knock-out mice and β cell lines. J. Biol. Chem., 274, 34343-9 (1999).
  • Schiffmann SN, Cheron G, Lohof A, d'Alcantara P, Meyer M, Parmentier M, Schurmans S. Impaired motor coordination and Purkinje cell excitability in mice lacking calretinin. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 96, 5257-5262 (1999).
  • Cellerino A., Michaelidis T., Barski J.-J., Bähr M., Thoenen H., Meyer M. Retinal ganglion cell loss after the period of naturally occurring cell death in bcl-2 -/- mice. NeuroReport 10, 1-5 (1999).
  • Gillardon F., Moll I., Meyer M., Michaelidis T.M.  Alterations in cell death and cell cycle progression in the UV-irradiated epidermis of bcl-2 deficient mice. Cell Death & Differentiation 6, 55-60 (1999).
  • Smyth N, Vatansever H.S., Murray P., Meyer M., Frie C., Paulsson M., Edgar D. Absence of basement membranes after targeting the Lamc1 gene results in embryonic lethality due to failure of endoderm differentiation. J. Cell Biol. 144, 151-160 (1999).
  • Bender R, Heimrich B, Meyer M, Frotscher M. Hippocampal mossy fiber sprouting is not impaired in brain-derived neurotrophic factor-deficient mice. Exp. Brain Res. 120, 399-402 (1998).
  • Klapstein GJ, Gray PA, Lieberman DN, Vietla S, Airaksinen MS, Thoenen H, Meyer M, Mody I. Calbindin-D28k (CB) fails to protect hippocampal neurons against ischemia in spite of its cytoplasmic calcium buffering properties: evidence from CB knockout mice. Neuroscience 85, 361-373 (1998).
  • Wässle H, Peichl L, Airaksinen MS, Meyer M. Calcium binding proteins in the retina of a calbindin-null mutant. Cell Tissue Res. 292, 211-218 (1998).