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    Insights into brain development and disease from neurogenetic analyses in Drosophila melanogaster

    Reichert, Heinrich
    Journal of Biosciences. - 2014/39/4/595-603
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    Titre: Insights into brain development and disease from neurogenetic analyses in Drosophila melanogaster
    Auteur: Reichert, Heinrich
    Sujet: Asymmetric division - lineage - neuroblast - SWI/SNF complex - transit amplifying cell - tumour
    Description: Groundbreaking work by Obaid Siddiqi has contributed to the powerful genetic toolkit that is now available for studying the nervous system of Drosophila. Studies carried out in this powerful neurogenetic model system during the last decade now provide insight into the molecular mechanisms that operate in neural stem cells during normal brain development and during abnormal brain tumorigenesis. These studies also provide strong support for the notion that conserved molecular genetic programs act in brain development and disease in insects and mammals including humans.
    Publication en relation: Journal of Biosciences. - 2014/39/4/595-603
    Document hôte: Journal of Biosciences
    Identifiant: 10.1007/s12038-014-9444-x (DOI)

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    Microanatomy and Development of the Dwarf Male of Symbion pandora (Phylum Cycliophora): New Insights from Ultrastructural Investigation Based on Serial Section Electron Microscopy

    Neves, Ricardo Cardoso, Reichert, Heinrich
    PLoS ONE, 2015, Vol.10(4) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Are copepods secondary hosts of Cycliophora?

    Neves, Ricardo
    Bailly, Xavier, Reichert, Heinrich
    Organisms Diversity & Evolution. - 2014/14/4/363-367
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    Titre: Are copepods secondary hosts of Cycliophora?
    Auteur: Neves, Ricardo
    Contributeur: Bailly, Xavier; Reichert, Heinrich
    Sujet: Symbion sp - Evolution of life cycle - Homarus gammarus - Population dispersion - Spiralia - Lophotrochozoa
    Description: Ever since the first observations in the late 1960s, Cycliophora were found exclusively living epizoically on lobsters belonging to the family Nephropidae. The complex cycliophoran life cycle, with alternation of asexual and sexual generations, takes place only in the microhabitat provided by the host mouthparts. Herein, we report the first evidence of a symbiotic relationship between cycliophorans and organisms other than nephropid lobsters, namely, the harpacticoid copepods. Two specimens of copepods associated with cycliophoran life cycle stages were collected from the segmental mouthparts of a European lobster, Homarus gammarus. One of the copepods carried two feeding stages with long stalks, which probably belong to an undescribed Symbion sp., while the other copepod was found bearing an undetermined settled stage. We discuss the implications of these novel observations for the understanding of the Cycliophora life cycle and their dispersion abilities.
    Publication en relation: Organisms Diversity & Evolution. - 2014/14/4/363-367
    Document hôte: Organisms Diversity & Evolution
    Identifiant: 10.1007/s13127-014-0179-1 (DOI)

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    Brain development in the yellow fever mosquito Aedes aegypti a comparative immunocytochemical analysis using cross-reacting antibodies from Drosophila melanogaster

    Mysore, Keshava
    Flister, Susanne, Müller, Pie, Rodrigues, Veronica, Reichert, Heinrich
    Development Genes and Evolution. - 2011/221/5-6/281-296
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    Titre: Brain development in the yellow fever mosquito Aedes aegypti a comparative immunocytochemical analysis using cross-reacting antibodies from Drosophila melanogaster
    Auteur: Mysore, Keshava
    Contributeur: Flister, Susanne; Müller, Pie; Rodrigues, Veronica; Reichert, Heinrich
    Sujet: Aedes aegypti - Fruitfly - Brain development - Optic lobes - Subesophageal ganglion
    Description: Considerable effort has been directed towards understanding the organization and function of peripheral and central nervous system of disease vector mosquitoes such as Aedes aegypti. To date, all of these investigations have been carried out on adults but none of the studies addressed the development of the nervous system during the larval and pupal stages in mosquitoes. Here, we first screen a set of 30 antibodies, which have been used to study brain development in Drosophila, and identify 13 of them cross-reacting and labeling epitopes in the developing brain of Aedes. We then use the identified antibodies in immunolabeling studies to characterize general neuroanatomical features of the developing brain and compare them with the well-studied model system, Drosophila melanogaster, in larval, pupal, and adult stages. Furthermore, we use immunolabeling to document the development of specific components of the Aedes brain, namely the optic lobes, the subesophageal neuropil, and serotonergic system of the subesophageal neuropil in more detail. Our study reveals prominent differences in the developing brain in the larval stage as compared to the pupal (and adult) stage of Aedes. The results also uncover interesting similarities and marked differences in brain development of Aedes as compared to Drosophila. Taken together, this investigation forms the basis for future cellular and molecular investigations of brain development in this important disease vector
    Publication en relation: Development Genes and Evolution. - 2011/221/5-6/281-296
    Document hôte: Development Genes and Evolution
    Identifiant: 10.1007/s00427-011-0376-2 (DOI)

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    Lateinische Sentenzen

    Reichert, Heinrich G
    Wiesbaden
    1948
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    Titre: Lateinische Sentenzen / Heinrich G. Reichert
    Auteur: Reichert, Heinrich G
    Editeur: Wiesbaden
    Date: 1948
    Collation: 1 vol
    Collection: Sammlung Dieterich ; Bd. 49
    Documents dans cette collection: Sammlung Dieterich
    Sujet RERO: Proverbes latins
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Anthologies]
    Classification: CDU 871(082)
    No RERO: 0851785
    Permalien:
    http://data.rero.ch/01-0851785/html?view=FR_V1

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    A Transient Expression of Prospero Promotes Cell Cycle Exit of Drosophila Postembryonic Neurons through the Regulation of Dacapo ( Prospero Promotes Cell Cycle Exit of Neurons)

    Colonques, Jordi, Ceron, Julian, Reichert, Heinrich, Tejedor, Francisco J
    PLoS ONE, 2011, Vol.6(4), p.e19342 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Mechanisms for complexity in the brain: generating the insect central complex

    Boyan, George S, Reichert, Heinrich
    Trends in Neurosciences, 2011, Vol.34(5), pp.247-257 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    A multipotent transit-amplifying neuroblast lineage in the central brain gives rise to optic lobe glial cells in Drosophila

    Viktorin, Gudrun, Riebli, Nadia, Reichert, Heinrich
    Developmental Biology, 15 July 2013, Vol.379(2), pp.182-194 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    GABAergic inhibition of leg motoneurons is required for normal walking behavior in freely moving

    Gowda, Swetha B M, Paranjpe, Pushkar D, Reddy, O Venkateswara, Thiagarajan, Devasena, Palliyil, Sudhir, Reichert, Heinrich, Vijayraghavan, K
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 27 February 2018, Vol.115(9), pp.E2115-E2124 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Identification of the Drosophila melanogaster homolog of the human spastin gene

    Kammermeier, Lars
    Spring, Jürg, Stierwald, Michael, Burgunder, Jean-Marc, Reichert, Heinrich
    Development Genes and Evolution. - 2003/213/8/412-415
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    Titre: Identification of the Drosophila melanogaster homolog of the human spastin gene
    Auteur: Kammermeier, Lars
    Contributeur: Spring, Jürg; Stierwald, Michael; Burgunder, Jean-Marc; Reichert, Heinrich
    Sujet: Drosophila melanogaster - Spastin - AAA domain - Embryonic CNS
    Description: The human SPG4 locus encodes the spastin gene, which is responsible for the most prevalent form of autosomal dominant hereditary spastic paraplegia (AD-HSP), a neurodegenerative disorder. Here we identify the predicted gene product CG5977 as the Drosophila homolog of the human spastin gene, with much higher sequence similarities than any other related AAA domain protein in the fly. Furthermore we report a new potential transmembrane domain in the N-terminus of the two homologous proteins. During embryogenesis, the expression pattern of Drosophila spastin becomes restricted primarily to the central nervous system, in contrast to the ubiquitous expression of the vertebrate spastin genes. Given this nervous system-specific expression, it will be important to determine if Drosophila spastin loss-of-function mutations also lead to neurodegeneration
    Publication en relation: Development Genes and Evolution. - 2003/213/8/412-415
    Document hôte: Development Genes and Evolution
    Identifiant: 10.1007/s00427-003-0340-x (DOI)