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Dr. Vidya Ramesh

GSN Alumna WS 17/18

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Topic of Thesis: Cellular and molecular function of Uhrf1 in neural stem cells

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Magdalena Götz

Publication(s):

Seibt J, Armant O, Le Digarcher A, Castro D, Ramesh V, Journot L, Guillemot F, Vanderhaeghen P and Bouschet T. (2012) Expression at the imprinted dlk1-gtl2 locus is regulated by proneural genes in the developing telencephalon. PLoS One 7(11):e48675.

Castro D, Martynoga B, Parras C, Ramesh V, Pacary E, Johnston C, Drechsel D, Lebel M, Hunt C, Doll D, Bithell A, Etwiller L, Buckley N and Guillemot F. (2011) Ascl1 promotes neural progenitor proliferation through activation of multiple cell cycle regulators. Genes & Dev 25: 930-945.

Ramesh V*, Bayam E*, Cernilogar FM, Bonapace IM, Schulze M, Riemenschneider MJ, Schotta G and Götz M. (2016) Loss of Uhrf1 in neural stem cells leads to activation of retroviral elements and delayed neurodegeneration. Genes and Dev 30: 2199-2212. *co-first authors


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