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Michael Kiebler

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RNA Transport: From Head to Toe in Radial Glial Cells.
Ehses J, Kiebler MA, Fernández-Moya SM
Curr Biol. 2016;26(24): R1285-R1287 (Impact(2015)=8.983, Impact(2016)=8.851, Typ=Article; Journal Article)

mTOR and MAPK: from localized translation control to epilepsy.
Pernice HF, Schieweck R, Kiebler MA, Popper B
BMC Neurosci. 2016;17(1): 73 (Impact(2015)=2.304, Impact(2016)=2.312, Typ=Article; Journal Article; Review)

CLIPing Staufen to secondary RNA structures: Size and location matter!
Moya SandraMFer, Kiebler MichaelA
Bioessays. 2015;37(10): 1062-1066 (Impact(2015)=4.725, Typ=Article)

The multifunctional Staufen proteins: conserved roles from neurogenesis to synaptic plasticity.
Heraud-Farlow JE, Kiebler MA
Trends Neurosci. 2014;37(9): 470-9 (Impact(2014)=13.555, Impact(2015)=12.504, Typ=Article; Journal Article; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't)

Meet the players: local translation at the synapse.
Fernandez-Moya SM, Bauer KE, Kiebler MA
Front Mol Neurosci. 2014;7: 84 (Impact(2014)=4.084, Impact(2015)=5.154, Typ=Article; Journal Article)

Interactome of two diverse RNA granules links mRNA localization to translational repression in neurons.
Fritzsche R, Karra D, Bennett KL, Ang FY, Heraud-Farlow JE, Tolino M, Doyle M, Bauer KE, Thomas S, Planyavsky M, Arn E, Bakosova A, Jungwirth K, Hörmann A, Palfi Z, Sandholzer J, Schwarz M, Macchi P, Colinge J, Superti-Furga G, Kiebler MA

Cell Rep. 2013;5(6): 1749-62 (Impact(2013)=7.207, Impact(2015)=7.87, Typ=Article; Journal Article; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't)

Staufen2 regulates neuronal target RNAs.
Heraud-Farlow JE, Sharangdhar T, Li X, Pfeifer P, Tauber S, Orozco D, Hörmann A, Thomas S, Bakosova A, Farlow AR, Edbauer D, Lipshitz HD, Morris QD, Bilban M, Doyle M, Kiebler MA
Cell Rep. 2013;5(6): 1511-8 (Impact(2013)=7.207, Impact(2015)=7.87, Typ=Article; Journal Article; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't)

What, where, and when: the importance of post-transcriptional regulation in the brain.
Kiebler MA, Scheiffele P, Ule J
Front Neurosci. 2013;7: 192 (Impact(2015)=3.398, Typ=Editorial; Journal Article)

MoniTORing neuronal excitability at the synapse.
Kepert I, Kiebler MA
J Cell Biol. 2013;202(1): 7-9 (Impact(2013)=9.786, Impact(2015)=8.717, Typ=Comment; Journal Article; Comment)

Interactome of two diverse RNA granules links mRNA localization to translational repression in neurons (Resource).
Fritzsche R, Karra D, Bennett K, Ang Fy, Heraud-Farlow J, Tolino M, Doyle M, Bauer KE, Thomas S, Planvavsky M, Arn E, Bakosova A, Buhlert K, Hörmann A, Palfi Z, Sandholzer J, Schwarz, M, Macchi P, Colinge J, Superti-Furga G. and Kiebler MA
(2013)  Cell Reports 5:1749-62.

A Zipcode unzipped (Perspectives)
Doyle M and Kiebler MA.
(2012)  Genes & Dev. 26, 110-3.

A numbers game underpins cytoplasmic mRNA transport (News & Views).
Doyle M and Kiebler MA.
(2012)  Nature Cell Biol. 14, 333-5.

Segregation of the double-stranded RNA-binding protein Stau2 during mammalian asymmetric neural stem cell division promotes lineage progression and differentiation.
Kusek G, Campbell M, Doyle F, Tenenbaum S, Kiebler MA, Temple S
(2012).  Cell Stem Cell 11, 505-16.

An asymmetrically-localized Staufen2-dependent RNA complex regulates maintenance of mammalian neural stem cells.
Vessey JP, Amadei G, Burns S, Kiebler MA, Kaplan DR Miller FD
(2012) Cell Stem Cell 11, 517-28.

Mechanisms of dendritic mRNA transport and its role in synaptic tagging (Review).
Doyle M and Kiebler MA.
(2011)  EMBO J. 30: 3540-52 (Part of a Focus issue on Transport, September issue)

Mammalian Pumilio2 regulates dendrite morphogenesis and synaptic function.
Vessey J, Schoderböck L, Gingl E, Luzi E, Riefler J, Di Leva F, Karra D, Thomas S, Kiebler MA and Macchi P.
(2010)  PNAS 107: 3222-7.

A loss of function allele for murine Staufen1 leads to impairment of dendritic Staufen1-RNP delivery and dendritic spine morphogenesis.
Vessey JP, Macchi P, Stein JM, Hawker KN, Vogelsang P, Aparicio S, Abel T, Kiebler MA.
(2008)  PNAS 105:16374-9.

The dendritic spine-associated GTPase Septin 7 is crucial for dendrite branching and dendritic spine morphology (Report).
Xie Y, Vessey JP, Konecna A, Dahm R, Macchi P, and Kiebler MA
(2007).  Curr. Biol. 17, 1746-51.

Neuronal RNA granules: movers and makers (Mini-Review).
Kiebler MA and Bassell GJ
(2006).  Neuron 51, 685-690.

The brain specific double-stranded RNA binding protein Staufen2 is required for dendritic spine morphogenesis.
Goetze B, Tuebing F, Xie Y, Dorostkar MM, Thomas S, Pehl U, Boehm S, Macchi P, and Kiebler MA
(2006).  J. Cell Biol. 172, 221-231.

A brain-specific microRNA regulates dendritic spine development.
Schratt G, Tuebing F, Nigh EA, Kane C, Sabatini MW, Kiebler MA and Greenberg ME
(2006).  Nature 439, 283-289.

Cell biology: silenced RNA on the move.
Dahm R, and Kiebler M.
(2005).  Nature 438, 432-5 (News & Views to Hüttelmaier et al. (Singer lab), Nature 438, 512-5.

Barentsz, a new component of the Staufen-containing ribonucleoprotein particles in mammalian cells, interacts with Staufen in a RNA-dependent manner.
Macchi P, Kröning S, Palacios I, Baldassa S, Grunewald B, Ambrosino C, Goetze B, Lupas A, St Johnston D and Kiebler MA
(2003).  J. Neurosci. 23, 5778-5788.

Isolation and characterization of Staufen-containing ribonucleoprotein particles from rat brain.
Mallardo M, Deitinghoff A, Müller J, Goetze B, Macchi P, Peters C and Kiebler MA.
(2003).  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 100, 2100-2105.

Molecular insights into mRNA transport and local translation in the mammalian nervous system
Kiebler MA and DesGroseillers L
(2000)  (Review). Neuron 25, 19-28.

Microtubule-dependent recruitment of Staufen-GFP into large RNA-containing granules and subsequent dendritic transport in living hippocampal neurons.
Köhrmann M, Luo M, Kaether C, DesGroseillers L, Dotti CG and Kiebler MA
(1999)  Mol. Biol. Cell 10, 2945-2953.

The mammalian Staufen protein localizes to the somatodendritic domain of cultured hippocampal neurons: implications for its involvement in mRNA transport.
Kiebler M, Hemraj I, Verkade P, Köhrmann M, Fortes P, Marión RM, Ortín J, Dotti CG
(1999)  J. Neuroscience 19, 288-297.

The mitochondrial receptor complex: a central role of MOM22 in mediating transfer of preproteins from receptors to the general insertion pore, Cell 74
Kiebler M, Keil P, Schneider H, van der Klei I, Pfanner N and Neupert W
(1993) , 483-492.

"Identification of a mitochondrial receptor complex required for recognition and membrane insertion of precursor proteins".
Kiebler M, Pfaller R, Söllner T, Griffith G, Horstmann H, Pfanner N and Neupert W
(1990)  Nature 348, 610-616.