List of Publications

YearTitleJournalAuthors
2016Cerebral Organoids Recapitulate Epigenomic Signatures of the Human Fetal Brain.Cell RepLuo, C., Lancaster, MA., Castanon, R., Nery, JR., Knoblich, JA., Ecker, JR.
2015BIOSAFETY. Safeguarding gene drive experiments in the laboratory.ScienceAkbari, OS., Bellen, HJ., Bier, E., Bullock, SL., Burt, A., Church, GM., Cook, KR., Duchek, P., Edwards, OR., Esvelt, KM., Gantz, VM., Golic, KG., Gratz, SJ., Harrison, MM., Hayes, KR., James, AA., Kaufman, TC., Knoblich, J., Malik, HS., Matthews, KA., O'Connor-Giles, KM., Parks, AL., Perrimon, N., Port, F., Russell, S., Ueda, R., Wildonger, J.
2015Human cerebral organoids recapitulate gene expression programs of fetal neocortex development.Proc Natl Acad Sci U S ACamp, JG., Badsha, F., Florio, M., Kanton, S., Gerber, T., Wilsch-Bräuninger, M., Lewitus, E., Sykes, A., Hevers, W., Lancaster, M., Knoblich, JA., Lachmann, R., Pääbo, S., Huttner, WB., Treutlein, B.
2015Proliferation control in neural stem and progenitor cells.Nat Rev NeurosciHomem, CC., Repic, M., Knoblich, JA.
2015Mammary Stem Cell Self-Renewal Is Regulated by Slit2/Robo1 Signaling through SNAI1 and mINSC.Cell RepBallard, MS., Zhu, A., Iwai, N., Stensrud, M., Mapps, A., Postiglione, MP., Knoblich, JA., Hinck, L.
2014Organogenesis in a dish: modeling development and disease using organoid technologies.ScienceLancaster, MA., Knoblich, JA.
2014A single allele of Hdac2 but not Hdac1 is sufficient for normal mouse brain development in the absence of its paralog.DevelopmentHagelkruys, A., Lagger, S., Krahmer, J., Leopoldi, A., Artaker, M., Pusch, O., Zezula, J., Weissmann, S., Xie, Y., Schöfer, C., Schlederer, M., Brosch, G., Matthias, P., Selfridge, J., Lassmann, H., Knoblich, JA., Seiser, C.
2014Dachsous-dependent asymmetric localization of spiny-legs determines planar cell polarity orientation in Drosophila.Cell RepAyukawa, T., Akiyama, M., Mummery-Widmer, JL., Stoeger, T., Sasaki, J., Knoblich, JA., Senoo, H., Sasaki, T., Yamazaki, M.
2014Ecdysone and mediator change energy metabolism to terminate proliferation in Drosophila neural stem cells.CellHomem, CCF., Steinmann, V., Burkard, TR., Jais, A., Esterbauer, H., Knoblich, JA.
2014The conserved discs-large binding partner Banderuola regulates asymmetric cell division in Drosophila.Curr BiolMauri, F., Reichardt, I., Mummery-Widmer, JL., Yamazaki, M., Knoblich, JA.
2014Par3-mInsc and Gαi3 cooperate to promote oriented epidermal cell divisions through LGN.Nat Cell BiolWilliams, SE., Ratliff, LA., Postiglione, MP., Knoblich, JA., Fuchs, E.
2014SWI/SNF complex prevents lineage reversion and induces temporal patterning in neural stem cells.CellEroglu, E., Burkard, TR., Jiang, Y., Saini, N., Homem, CCF., Reichert, H., Knoblich, JA.
2014Analysis and modeling of mitotic spindle orientations in three dimensions.Proc Natl Acad Sci U S AJüschke, C., Xie, Y., Postiglione, MP., Knoblich, JA.
2014The TRIM-NHL protein Brat promotes axon maintenance by repressing src64B expression.J NeurosciMarchetti, G., Reichardt, I., Knoblich, JA., Besse, F.
2014A regulatory transcriptional loop controls proliferation and differentiation in Drosophila neural stem cells.PLoS OneYasugi, T., Fischer, A., Jiang, Y., Reichert, H., Knoblich, JA.
2014Generation of cerebral organoids from human pluripotent stem cells.Nat ProtocLancaster, MA., Knoblich, JA.
2013Identification of transcription factor binding sites from ChIP-seq data at high resolution.BioinformaticsBardet, AF., Steinmann, J., Bafna, S., Knoblich, JA., Zeitlinger, J., Stark, A.
2013Cerebral organoids model human brain development and microcephaly.NatureLancaster, MA., Renner, M., Martin, CA., Wenzel, D., Bicknell, LS., Hurles, ME., Homfray, T., Penninger, JM., Jackson, AP., Knoblich, JA.
2013The chromodomain helicase Chd4 is required for Polycomb-mediated inhibition of astroglial differentiation.EMBO JSparmann, A., Xie, Y., Verhoeven, E., Vermeulen, M., Lancini, C., Gargiulo, G., Hulsman, D., Mann, M., Knoblich, JA., van Lohuizen, M.
2013Cell biology: Notch recycling is numbed.Curr BiolReichardt, I., Knoblich, JA.