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Heymann C., Paul C., Huang N., Kinold J.C., Dietrich A.C., Aberle H. (2022). Molecular insights into the axon guidance molecules Sidestep and Beaten path. Front Physiol. 13, 1057413.

Diesner M., Brenner M., Azarsa A., Heymann C., Aberle H. (2022). Rearrangements in the musculature correlate with jumping behaviour in legless Mediterranean fruit fly larvae Ceratitis capitata (Tephritidae). Sci. Rep. 12, 7457.

Kinold J.C., Brenner M, Aberle H. (2021). Misregulation of Drosophila sidestep leads to uncontrolled wiring of the adult neuromuscular system and severe locomotion defects. Front. Neural Circuits. 15, 658791.

Aberle H. (2019). Axon guidance and collective cell migration by substrate-derived attractants. Front. Mol. Neurosci. 12, 148.

Kinold J.C., Pfarr C. and Aberle H. (2018).  Sidestep-induced neuromuscular miswiring causes severe locomotion defects in Drosophila larvae. Development 145, dev163279.

Niehues, S., Bussmann, J., Steffes, G., Erdmann, I., Köhrer, C., Sun, L., Wagner, M., Schäfer, K., Wang, G., Koerdt, S.N., Stum, M., RajBhandary, U.L., Thomas, U., Aberle, H., Burgess, R.W., Yang, X.L., Dieterich, D. and Storkebaum, E. (2015). Impaired protein translation in Drosophila models for Charcot-Marie-Tooth neuropathy caused by mutant tRNA synthetases. Nat. Commun. 6, 7520.

Stephan, R., Goellner, B., Moreno, E., Frank, C.A., Hugenschmidt, T., Genoud, C. Aberle, H. and Pielage J. (2015). Hierarchical microtubule organization controls axon caliber and transport and determines synaptic structure and stability. Dev. Cell 33, 5-21.

Aberle, H. (2013). Redox switch for actin. Nat. Cell Biol. 15, 1403-1404.

Owald, D., Khorramshahi, O., Gupta, V.K., Banovic, D., Depner, H., Fouquet, W., Wichmann, C., Mertel, S., Eimer, S., Reynolds, E., Holt, M., Aberle, H. and Sigrist, S.J. (2012). Cooperation of Syd-1 with Neurexin synchronizes pre- and postsynaptic assembly. Nat. Neurosci.  15, 1219-1226.

Goellner, B. and Aberle, H. (2012). The synaptic cytoskeleton in health and disease. Dev. Neurobiol. 72, 111-125.

Banovic, D., Khorramshahi, O., Owald, D., Wichmann, C., Riedt, T., Fouquet, W., Tian, R., Sigrist, S.J. and Aberle, H. (2010). Drosophilia Neuroligin 1 promotes growth and postsynaptic differentiation at glutamatergic neuromuscular junctions. Neuron 66, 724-738.

Siebert, M., Banovic, D., Goellner, B. and Aberle, H. (2009). Drosophila motor axons recognize and follow a Sidestep-labeled substrate pathway to reach their target fields. Genes Dev. 23, 1052-1062.

Koch, I., Schwarz, H., Beuchle, D., Goellner, B., Langegger, M. and Aberle, H. (2008). Drosophila ankyrin 2 is required for synaptic stability. Neuron 58, 210-222.

Beuchle, D., Schwarz, H., Langegger, M., Koch, I. and Aberle, H. (2007). Drosophila MICAL regulates myofilament organization and synaptic structure. Mech. Dev. 124, 390-406.

Meyer, F. and Aberle, H. (2006). At the next stop sign turn right: the metalloprotease Tolloid-related 1 controls defasciculation of motor axons in DrosophilaDevelopment 133, 4035-4044.

Mahr, A. and Aberle, H. (2006). The expression pattern of the Drosophila vesicular glutamate transporter: A marker protein for motoneurons and glutamatergic centers in the brain. Gene Expr. Patt. 6, 299-309.

McCabe, B.D., Hom S., Aberle, H., Fetter R.D., Marques, G., Haerry, T.E., Wan, H., O’Connor, M.B., Goodman, C.S. and Haghighi, A.P. (2004). Highwire regulates a presynaptic BMP signaling cascade essential for synaptic growth. Neuron 41, 891-905.

Aberle, H., Haghighi, A.P., Fetter, R.D., McCabe, B.D., Magalhaes, T.R. and Goodman, C.S. (2002). wishful thinking encodes a BMP type II receptor that regulates synaptic growth in DrosophilaNeuron 33, 545-558.


Prof. Dr. Hermann Aberle
Funktionelle Zellmorphologie
Universitätsstraße 1 Gebäude: 26.44
Etage/Raum: 00.106
40225 Düsseldorf
+49 211 81-13524