Prof. Dr. Anja Bräuer

Zelluläre und molekulare Mechanismen der Neurodegeneration: Beteiligung und Rolle von Sphingolipiden Signaltransduktionsanalysen bei axonalem Wachstum Molekulare Mechanismen der kortikalen Entwicklung Phospholipidprofilanalysen

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Department für Humanmedizin

Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg

Raum: W34/008 (» Adresse und Lageplan) Tel.: +49-441 798 3995

Aktuelle Lehrveranstaltungen

Wintersemester 2017/2018

Sommersemester 2017


Publikationen

10 ausgewählte Publikationen:

1. Coiro P., Stoenica L., Strauss U., Bräuer AU. Plasticity-related gene 5 expression promotes spine formation in primary neurons. J Biol Chem, 2014, July 29

2. Velmans T., Battefeld A., Geist B., Soriguera Farrés A., Strauss U., Bräuer AU. Plasticity related gene-3 promotes neurite shaft protrusion. BMC Neuroscience, 2013 Mar 19; 14(1):36

3. Strauss U. and Bräuer AU. Current views on regulation and function of plasticity-related genes (PRGs) in the brain. BBA – Molecular and Cell Biology of Lipids. Special Issue: Lysophospholipids, Biochim Biophys Acta., Jan. 2013

4. Wierschke S., Gigout S., Horn P. Lehmann TN., Dehnicke C., Bräuer AU.* and Deisz RA.*, Evaluating reference genes to normalize gene expression in human epileptogenic brain tissues, Biochem. Bioph Res Co., 2010 Dec 17;403(3-4):385-390

5. Trimbuch T.*, Beed P.*, Vogt J.*, Schuchmann S., Maier N., Kintscher M., Breustedt J., Schuelke M., Streu N., Kieselmann O., Brunk I., Laube G., Strauss U., Battefeld A., Wende H., Birchmeier C., Wiese S., Sendtner M., Kawabe H., Kishimoto-Suga M., Brose N., Baumgart J., Geist B., Aoki J., Savaskan NE., Bräuer AU., Chun J., Ninnemann O., Schmitz D.*, Nitsch R.* HHSynaptic PRG-1 modulates excitatory transmission via lipid phosphate-mediated signalingHH, Cell, 2009 Sep 18, 138 (6):1222-35

6. Savaskan NE, Rocha L, Kotter MR, Baer A, Lubec G, van Meeteren LA, Kishi Y, Aoki J, Moolenaar WN, Nitsch R, and Bräuer AU Autotaxin (NPP-2) in the brain: cell type-specific expression and regulation during development and after neurotrauma. Cell Mol Life Sci, Jan, 64(2): 230-243, 2007

7. Peeva GP*, Angelova SK*, Guntinas-Lichius O, Streppel M, Irintchev A*, Schütz U, Popratiloff A, Savaskan NE, Bräuer AU, Alvanou A, Nitsch R, and Angelov DN*. Improved outcome of facial nerve repair in rats is associated with enhanced regenerative response of motoneurons and augmented neocortical plasticity. Eur J Neurosci., 24 (8): 2152-2162, 2006

8. Bräuer, AU*, Savaskan, NE*, and Nitsch, R. Molecular cloning and expression regulation of PRG-3, a new member of the plasticity-related gene family. Eur J Neurosci., 19(1):212-20, 2004

9. Bräuer AU.*, Savaskan NE.*, Prehn S., Ninnemann O., and Nitsch R. Is PRG1 a new lipid phosphatase? Nat Neurosci Comment, 7 (8), 2004

10. Bräuer AU.*, Savaskan NE.*, Prehn S., Ninnemann O., and Nitsch R. Identification of the novel lipid phosphate phosphatase PRG-1 (plasticity related gene-1) involved in axonal outgrowth and regenerative sprouting. Nature Neurosci., 6(6):572-8, 2003