Scientific Publications Search Search Author Impact Factor Release Date Research Group Search Sort by RelevanceFrom A-ZAuthored onDate/Time RangeRelease date Order AscDesc Birchmeier, Walter Prof. Dr. (190) Birchmeier-Kohler, Carmen Prof. Dr. (23) Diecke, Sebastian Dr. (2) Dietz, Rainer Prof. Dr. (2) Dittmar, Gunnar Dr. (1) Hänig, Christian (1) Heinemann, Udo Prof. Dr. (1) Heuberger, Julian (6) Heuser, Arnd Dr. (1) Jüttner, Rene Dr. (1) Kemmner, Wolfgang PD Dr. (1) Kettenmann, Helmut Prof. Dr. (1) Klaassen, Sabine PD Dr.med. (1) Klaus-Bergmann, Alexandra Dr. (6) Klußmann, Enno PD Dr. (1) Leutz, Achim Prof. Dr. (3) Lewin, Gary Prof. Dr. (2) Luft, Friedrich Prof. Dr. (3) Malchin, Victoria (1) Morano, Ingo Prof. Dr. (2) Müller, Thomas Dr. (3) Nazare, Marc (1) Oliveira Vidal, Ramon Dr. (1) Purfürst, Bettina Dr. (1) Rademann, Joerg Prof. Dr. (3) Rahn, Hans-Peter Dr. (1) Rajewsky, Klaus Prof. Dr. (3) Sauer, Sascha Dr. (1) Scheidereit, Claus Prof. Dr. (2) Schlag, Peter M. Prof. Dr. (4) Schmidt-Ott, Kai Prof. Dr. (1) Schmidt-Ullrich, Ruth Dr. (2) Selbach, Matthias Prof. Dr. (2) Smith, Janice (2) Sperling, Silke Prof. Dr. (1) Stein, Ulrike Prof. Dr. (5) Sunaga-Franze, Daniele Yumi Dr. (1) Treier, Mathias Prof. Dr. (1) Vogel, Regina (4) von Kries, Jens Peter Dr. (3) Walther, Wolfgang Prof. Dr. (3) Wanker, Erich Prof. Dr. (1) Zenkner, Martina (1) Zimmermann, Karin (1) (-) Besser, Daniel Dr. (9) (-) Gossen, Manfred Dr. (1) 2008 (2) 2009 (2) 2010 (2) 2011 (1) 2012 (1) 2016 (1) BIH Bioinformatics (1) Bioinformatics (3) Cancer Genetics and Cellular Stress Responses (1) Cardiac MRI (4) Cell Differentiation and Tumorigenesis (9) Cellular Neurosciences (1) Computational Regulatory Genomics (3) Developmental Biology / Signal Transduction (1) Experimental Ultrahigh-Field MR (22) Gene Regulation and Cell Fate Decision in C. elegans (32) Genetics of Congenital Heart Disease (5) Hypertension-caused End-Organ Damage (1) Hypertension-Mediated End-Organ Damage (1) Mobile DNA (2) Molecular and Cellular Basis of Embryonic Development (1) Molecular Biology of Peptide Hormones (1) Molecular Epidemiology (1) Myology (1) Neuroimmunology Laboratory (Heisenberg Fellowship) (1) Neuromuscular and Cardiovascular Cell Biology (1) Out-patient Clinic for Neuroimmunology (14) Physiology and Pathology of Ion Transport (1) Pluripotent Stem Cells (1) Proteome Dynamics (3) Proteomics (1) Proteomics and Molecular Mechanisms of Neurodegenerative Diseases (2) Proteomics Metabolomics (2) (-) Signal Transduction in Development and Cancer (9) Synaptic Transmission and Plasticity (1) Systems Biology of Neural Tissue Differentiation (1) The role of KCNEs in mammalian physiology (1) Translational Oncology of Solid Tumors (2) 9 Results: Active Filter: Besser, Daniel Dr.Gossen, Manfred Dr.Signal Transduction in Development and Cancer Sort: Result score Newest to oldest Oldest to newest October 01, 2016 in Gut New Wnt/β-catenin target genes promote experimental metastasis and migration of colorectal cancer cells through different signals J. Qi et al. January 01, 2012 in EMBO Rep Where do you come from; where do you go? Pluripotency, differentiation and malfunction of stem cells F.M. Spagnoli et al. July 01, 2011 in EMBO Rep E-cadherin is crucial for embryonic stem cell pluripotency and can replace OCT4 during somatic cell reprogramming T. Redmer et al. July 01, 2010 in Brain Bone morphogenetic protein-7 release from endogenous neural precursor cells suppresses the tumourigenicity of stem-like glioblastoma cells S.R. Chirasani et al. March 02, 2010 in Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A Two isoforms of human RNA polymerase III with specific functions in cell growth and transformation V. Haurie et al. September 29, 2009 in Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A The tyrosine phosphatase Shp2 (PTPN11) directs neuregulin-1/ErbB signaling throughout schwann cell development K.S. Grossmann et al. July 01, 2009 in Gastroenterology A colorectal cancer expression profile that includes transforming growth factor beta inhibitor BAMBI predicts metastatic potential J. Fritzmann et al. October 01, 2008 in Nucleic Acids Res Homogeneity and persistence of transgene expression by omitting antibiotic selection in cell line isolation W.L. Kaufman et al. July 01, 2008 in Cells Tissues Organs FGF2 signaling in mouse embryonic fibroblasts is crucial for self-renewal of embryonic stem cells S. Diecke et al.