Lukas Sommer
Lukas Sommer
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TitleCited byYear
Notch signalling controls pancreatic cell differentiation
Ĺ Apelqvist, H Li, L Sommer, P Beatus, DJ Anderson, T Honjo, ...
Nature 400 (6747), 877, 1999
12641999
Inactivation of the (β)-catenin gene by Wnt1-Cre-mediated deletion results in dramatic brain malformation and failure of craniofacial development
V Brault, R Moore, S Kutsch, M Ishibashi, DH Rowitch, AP McMahon, ...
Development 128 (8), 1253-1264, 2001
10052001
Neurogenins, a Novel Family ofatonal-Related bHLH Transcription Factors, Are Putative Mammalian Neuronal Determination Genes That Reveal Progenitor Cell Heterogeneity in the …
L Sommer, Q Ma, DJ Anderson
Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience 8 (4), 221-241, 1996
5571996
Instructive role of Wnt/ß-catenin in sensory fate specification in neural crest stem cells
HY Lee, M Kléber, L Hari, V Brault, U Suter, MM Taketo, R Kemler, ...
Science 303 (5660), 1020-1023, 2004
4472004
Lineage-specific requirements of β-catenin in neural crest development
L Hari, V Brault, M Kléber, HY Lee, F Ille, R Leimeroth, C Paratore, ...
J Cell Biol 159 (5), 867-880, 2002
3302002
Survival and glial fate acquisition of neural crest cells are regulated by an interplay between the transcription factor Sox10 and extrinsic combinatorial signaling
C Paratore, DE Goerich, U Suter, M Wegner, L Sommer
Development 128 (20), 3949-3961, 2001
3212001
Neural crest–derived cells with stem cell features can be traced back to multiple lineages in the adult skin
CE Wong, C Paratore, MT Dours-Zimmermann, A Rochat, T Pietri, U Suter, ...
J Cell Biol 175 (6), 1005-1015, 2006
2972006
Human CD271-positive melanoma stem cells associated with metastasis establish tumor heterogeneity and long-term growth
G Civenni, A Walter, N Kobert, D Mihic-Probst, M Zipser, B Belloni, ...
Cancer research 71 (8), 3098-3109, 2011
2812011
Adult neurogenesis requires Smad4-mediated bone morphogenic protein signaling in stem cells
D Colak, T Mori, MS Brill, A Pfeifer, S Falk, C Deng, R Monteiro, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (2), 434-446, 2008
2592008
The cellular function of MASH1 in autonomic neurogenesis
L Sommer, N Shah, M Rao, DJ Anderson
Neuron 15 (6), 1245-1258, 1995
2581995
Distinct subpopulations of enteric neuronal progenitors defined by time of development, sympathoadrenal lineage markers and Mash-1-dependence
E Blaugrund, TD Pham, VM Tennyson, L Lo, L Sommer, DJ Anderson, ...
Development 122 (1), 309-320, 1996
2301996
Wnt signaling and the regulation of stem cell function
M Kléber, L Sommer
Current opinion in cell biology 16 (6), 681-687, 2004
2252004
Mash1 and neurogenin1 expression patterns define complementary domains of neuroepithelium in the developing CNS and are correlated with regions expressing notch ligands
Q Ma, L Sommer, P Cserjesi, DJ Anderson
Journal of Neuroscience 17 (10), 3644-3652, 1997
2191997
Neural stem cells and regulation of cell number
L Sommer, M Rao
Progress in neurobiology 66 (1), 1-18, 2002
2112002
Development of the Schwann cell lineage: from the neural crest to the myelinated nerve
A Woodhoo, L Sommer
Glia 56 (14), 1481-1490, 2008
2032008
Neural crest progenitors and stem cells: from early development to adulthood
E Dupin, L Sommer
Developmental biology 366 (1), 83-95, 2012
2022012
Neural crest stem cell maintenance by combinatorial Wnt and BMP signaling
M Kléber, HY Lee, H Wurdak, J Buchstaller, MM Riccomagno, LM Ittner, ...
The Journal of cell biology 169 (2), 309-320, 2005
2012005
P0 and PMP22 mark a multipotent neural crest-derived cell type that displays community effects in response to TGF-beta family factors
L Hagedorn, U Suter, L Sommer
Development 126 (17), 3781-3794, 1999
1731999
Wnt signaling: multiple functions in neural development
F Ille, L Sommer
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences CMLS 62 (10), 1100-1108, 2005
1712005
MASH1 maintains competence for BMP2-induced neuronal differentiation in post-migratory neural crest cells
L Lo, L Sommer, DJ Anderson
Current Biology 7 (6), 440-450, 1997
1691997
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