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Rudolf Jaenisch Wikidata

Jaenisch, Rudolf, 1942- National Library of the Czech Republic German National Library

Rudolf Jaenisch deutscher Molekularbiologe und Genetiker ISNI

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Induction of Expansion and Folding in Human Cerebral Organoids Wikidata
Isogenic human iPSC Parkinson's model shows nitrosative stress-induced dysfunction in MEF2-PGC1α transcription. Wikidata
Jointly reduced inhibition and excitation underlies circuit-wide changes in cortical processing in Rett syndrome. Wikidata
Loss of cardiac microRNA-mediated regulation leads to dilated cardiomyopathy and heart failure Wikidata
Loss of Tet enzymes compromises proper differentiation of embryonic stem cells. Wikidata
Male and female mice derived from the same embryonic stem cell clone by tetraploid embryo complementation. Wikidata
Mammalian nuclear transfer. Wikidata
Matrix remodeling maintains embryonic stem cell self-renewal by activating Stat3. Wikidata
Medicine. iPSC disease modeling. Wikidata
Meiotic sex chromosome inactivation in male mice with targeted disruptions of Xist. Wikidata
Metastable pluripotent states in NOD-mouse-derived ESCs Wikidata
Mice cloned from olfactory sensory neurons. Wikidata
Microfluidic control of cell pairing and fusion. Wikidata
Micromanipulating dosage compensation: understanding X-chromosome inactivation through nuclear transplantation. Wikidata
Mir-290-295 deficiency in mice results in partially penetrant embryonic lethality and germ cell defects. Wikidata
Molecular control of pluripotency. Wikidata
Molecular Criteria for Defining the Naive Human Pluripotent State. Wikidata
Monoclonal mice generated by nuclear transfer from mature B and T donor cells. Wikidata
Multiplexed activation of endogenous genes by CRISPR-on, an RNA-guided transcriptional activator system. Wikidata
Musashi-2 regulates normal hematopoiesis and promotes aggressive myeloid leukemia Wikidata
Musashi proteins are post-transcriptional regulators of the epithelial-luminal cell state Wikidata
Normal eye-specific patterning of retinal inputs to murine subcortical visual nuclei in the absence of brain-derived neurotrophic factor Wikidata
NT-3 facilitates hippocampal plasticity and learning and memory by regulating neurogenesis Wikidata
Nuclear cloning, epigenetic reprogramming and cellular differentiation. Wikidata
Nuclear cloning of embryonal carcinoma cells Wikidata
Nuclear transplantation: lessons from frogs and mice. Wikidata
Oct4 expression is not required for mouse somatic stem cell self-renewal Wikidata
Opposing effects of DNA hypomethylation on intestinal and liver carcinogenesis Wikidata
Pan-Src family kinase inhibitors replace Sox2 during the direct reprogramming of somatic cells. Wikidata
Parent-of-Origin DNA Methylation Dynamics during Mouse Development. Wikidata
Parkinson-associated risk variant in distal enhancer of α-synuclein modulates target gene expression Wikidata
Parkinson-causing α-synuclein missense mutations shift native tetramers to monomers as a mechanism for disease initiation Wikidata
Partial rescue of MeCP2 deficiency by postnatal activation of MeCP2. Wikidata
Partial reversal of Rett Syndrome-like symptoms in MeCP2 mutant mice Wikidata
Phosphorylation of MeCP2 at Serine 80 regulates its chromatin association and neurological function. Wikidata
Pluripotency and cellular reprogramming: facts, hypotheses, unresolved issues. Wikidata
The pluripotency regulator Oct4: a role in somatic stem cells? Wikidata
Pluripotent stem cells are highly susceptible targets for syngeneic, allogeneic, and xenogeneic natural killer cells. Wikidata
Position-dependent silencing of germline Vß segments on TCRß alleles containing preassembled VßDJßCß1 genes. Wikidata
Postnatal loss of methyl-CpG binding protein 2 in the forebrain is sufficient to mediate behavioral aspects of Rett syndrome in mice Wikidata
Rapid generation of inducible mouse mutants Wikidata
Reduced cortical activity due to a shift in the balance between excitation and inhibition in a mouse model of Rett syndrome Wikidata
Reduced representation bisulfite sequencing for comparative high-resolution DNA methylation analysis Wikidata
Reprogramming of a melanoma genome by nuclear transplantation. Wikidata
Reprogramming of postnatal neurons into induced pluripotent stem cells by defined factors Wikidata
Single-cell analysis reveals that expression of nanog is biallelic and equally variable as that of other pluripotency factors in mouse ESCs. Wikidata
Single-cell expression analyses during cellular reprogramming reveal an early stochastic and a late hierarchic phase. Wikidata
Single-gene transgenic mouse strains for reprogramming adult somatic cells Wikidata
Small-molecule enhancers of autophagy modulate cellular disease phenotypes suggested by human genetics. Wikidata
SMARCE1 is required for the invasive progression of in situ cancers Wikidata
Somatic cell nuclear transfer and derivation of embryonic stem cells in the mouse. Wikidata
SOX2 co-occupies distal enhancer elements with distinct POU factors in ESCs and NPCs to specify cell state Wikidata
Sprouty-2 regulates oncogenic K-ras in lung development and tumorigenesis Wikidata
Stem cells and interspecies chimaeras. Wikidata
Stem cells. Setting standards for human embryonic stem cells. Wikidata
Suppression of intestinal neoplasia by deletion of Dnmt3b. Wikidata
Surface-engineered substrates for improved human pluripotent stem cell culture under fully defined conditions. Wikidata
Systematic identification of culture conditions for induction and maintenance of naive human pluripotency. Wikidata
T-cell receptor-driven lymphomagenesis in mice derived from a reprogrammed T cell. Wikidata
TALEN-mediated editing of the mouse Y chromosome. Wikidata
Targeted deletion reveals essential and overlapping functions of the miR-17 through 92 family of miRNA clusters Wikidata
TCR beta feedback signals inhibit the coupling of recombinationally accessible V beta 14 segments with DJ beta complexes Wikidata
Technical challenges in using human induced pluripotent stem cells to model disease. Wikidata
Tet1 in Nucleus Accumbens Opposes Depression- and Anxiety-Like Behaviors. Wikidata
TET1 is a tumor suppressor of hematopoietic malignancy Wikidata
Tet1 is critical for neuronal activity-regulated gene expression and memory extinction. Wikidata
Tet1 is dispensable for maintaining pluripotency and its loss is compatible with embryonic and postnatal development. Wikidata
TET1 plays an essential oncogenic role in MLL-rearranged leukemia Wikidata
Toward eliminating HLA class I expression to generate universal cells from allogeneic donors Wikidata
Tracing dynamic changes of DNA methylation at single-cell resolution. Wikidata
Transcriptional profiling of a mouse model for Rett syndrome reveals subtle transcriptional changes in the brain. Wikidata
Transcriptional profiling of cells sorted by RNA abundance. Wikidata
Transgene excision has no impact on in vivo integration of human iPS derived neural precursors Wikidata
Transgenic mice with defined combinations of drug-inducible reprogramming factors Wikidata
Transnuclear mice with predefined T cell receptor specificities against Toxoplasma gondii obtained via SCNT. Wikidata
Transnuclear TRP1-specific CD8 T cells with high or low affinity TCRs show equivalent antitumor activity. Wikidata
Über infektiöse Substrukturen aus Escherichia coli-Bakteriophagen. 8 On the tertiary structure and biological properties of ∅ × 174 replicative form. [Teildr.] German National Library
Uracil DNA glycosylase activity is dispensable for immunoglobulin class switch. Wikidata
Wnt signaling promotes reprogramming of somatic cells to pluripotency Wikidata
Wt1 functions in the development of germ cells in addition to somatic cell lineages of the testis Wikidata
YAP1 increases organ size and expands undifferentiated progenitor cells Wikidata

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