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Theodorou, M. et al.: Limitations of in vivo reprogramming to dopaminergic neurons via a tricistronic strategy. Hum. Gene Ther. Methods 26, 107-122 (2015)
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Tischner, C.* et al.: MTO1 mediates tissue-specificity of OXPHOS defects via tRNA modification and translation optimization, which can be bypassed by dietary intervention. Hum. Mol. Genet. 24, 2247-2266 (2015)
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Truong, D.J.J. et al.: Development of an intein-mediated split-Cas9 system for gene therapy. Nucleic Acids Res. 43, 6450-6458 (2015)
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Washkowitz, A.J.* et al.: Mga is essential for the survival of pluripotent cells during peri-implantation development. Development 142, 31-40 (2015)
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Wende, C.-Z. et al.: Hairy/enhancer-of-split MEGANE and proneural MASH1 factors cooperate synergistically in midbrain GABAergic neurogenesis. PLoS ONE 10:e0127681 (2015)
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Zhang, J. et al.: A WNT1-regulated developmental gene cascade prevents dopaminergic neurodegeneration in adult En1+/- mice. Neurobiol. Dis. 82, 32-45 (2015)
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Aprile-Garcia, F.* et al.: P2RX7-a susceptibility gene for mood disorders? Purinergic Signal. 10, 718 (2014)
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Becker, L. et al.: MTO1-deficient mouse model mirrors the human phenotype showing complex I defect and cardiomyopathy. PLoS ONE 9:e114918 (2014)
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Blanco, S.* et al.: Aberrant methylation of tRNAs links cellular stress to neuro-developmental disorders. EMBO J. 33, 2020-2039 (2014)
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di Giovannantonio, L.G.* et al.: Otx2 cell-autonomously determines dorsal mesencephalon versus cerebellum fate independently of isthmic organizing activity. Development 141, 377-388 (2014)
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Dykes, I.M.* et al.: HIC2 is a novel dosage-dependent regulator of cardiac development located within the distal 22q11 deletion syndrome region. Circ. Res. 115, 23-31 (2014)
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Gewies, A.* et al.: Uncoupling Malt1 threshold function from paracaspase activity results in destructive autoimmune inflammation. Cell Rep. 9, 1292-1305 (2014)
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Giusti, S.A.* et al.: MicroRNA-9 controls dendritic development by targeting REST. eLife 3:e02755 (2014)
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Kraus, P.* et al.: Pleiotropic functions for transcription factor Zscan10. PLoS ONE 9:e104568 (2014)
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Kühn, R. ; Brandl, C. ; Ortiz, O. & Wurst, W.: Generation of targeted deletions in mouse zygotes by pairs of TALENs or SGRNAS/Cas9. Transgenic Res. 23, 870 (2014)
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Matthes, M. et al.: Mouse IDGenes: A reference database for genetic interactions in the developing mouse brain. Database 2014:bau083 (2014)
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Meier, F. et al.: FGF/FGFR2 signaling regulates the generation and correct positioning of Bergmann glia cells in the developing mouse cerebellum. PLoS ONE 9:e101124 (2014)
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Moreth, K. et al.: High-throughput phenotypic assessment of cardiac physiology in four commonly used inbred mouse strains. J. Comp. Physiol. B 184, 763-775 (2014)
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Pertek, A. et al.: Simple derivation of transgene-free iPS cells by a dual recombinase approach. Mol. Biotechnol. 56, 697-713 (2014)
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Poschmann, G.* et al.: High fat diet induced isoform changes of the Parkinson’s disease protein DJ-1. J. Proteome Res. 13, 2339-2351 (2014)