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Profil von Prof. Dr. Jochen Meier

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Herr Prof. Dr. Jochen Meier

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RNA Editierung und Hypererregbarkeitserkrankungen

Max-Delbrück-Centrum für Molekulare Medizin
Robert-Rössle-Str. 10
13092  Berlin
Deutschland

030-9406-3062
jochen.meier@mdc-berlin.de
http://www.mdc-berlin.de/meier

Publikation

 

Meine Artikel als Autor auf dasGehirn.info (gefunden 8)


Meine Artikel als wissenschaftlicher Betreuer auf dasGehirn.info (gefunden 1)



In Fachjournalen

Original- und Übersichtsarbeiten:

37. K.Notelaers, S.Rocha, R.Paesen, N.Swinnen, J.Vangindertael, J.C.Meier, J.-M.Rigo, M.Ameloot, J.Hofkens
Membrane distribution of the glycine receptor alpha3 studied by optical super-resolution microscopy.
Histochemistry and Cell Biology 2014; in press, doi: 10.1007/s00418-014-1197-y.

36. A.Winkelmann, N.Maggio, J.Eller, G.Caliskan, M.Semtner, U.Häussler, R.Jüttner, T.Dugladze, B.Smolinsky, S.Kowalczyk, E.Chronowska, G.Schwarz, F.G.Rathjen, G.Rechavi, C.A.Haas, A.Kulik, T.Gloveli, U.Heinemann & J.C.Meier
Changes in neural network homeostasis trigger neuropsychiatric symptoms.
Journal of Clinical Investigation 2014; 124: 696-711.

35. K.Notelaers, S.Rocha, R.Paesen, N.Smisdom, B.De Clercq, J.C.Meier, J.-M.Rigo, J.Hofkens & M.Ameloot
Analysis of 3 GlyR single particle tracking in the cell membrane.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Molecular Cell Research 2014; 1843: 544-553.

34. T.Dugladze, N.Maziashvili, C.Börgers, S.Gurgenidze, U.Häussler, A.Winkelmann, C.A.Haas, J.C.Meier, I.Vida, N.Kopell & T.Gloveli
GABAB autoreceptor-mediated cell-type specific reduction of inhibition in epileptic mice.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2013; 110:15073-15078.

33. O.Kletke, O.A.Sergeeva, P.Lorenz, S.Oberland, J.C.Meier, H.Hatt & G.Gisselmann
New insights in endogenous modulation of ligand gated ion channels: Histamine is an inverse agonist at strychnine sensitive glycine receptors.
European Journal of Pharmacology 2013; 710:59-66.

32. S.Kowalczyk, A.Winkelmann, B.Smolinsky, B.Förstera, I.Neundorf, G.Schwarz & J.C.Meier
Direct binding of GABAA receptor beta2 and beta3 subunits to gephyrin.
European Journal of Neuroscience 2013; 37:544.

31. K.Notelaers, N.Smisdom, S.Rocha, D.Janssen, J.C.Meier, J.-M.Rigo, J.Hofkens & M.Ameloot
Ensemble and single particle fluorimetric techniques in concerted action to study the diffusion and aggregation of the glycine receptor 3 isoforms in the cell plasma membrane.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Biomembranes 2012; 1818:3131-3140.

30. J.C.Meier, R.J.Harvey and P.H.Seeburg
Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience – Résumé and perspective.
Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience 2011; 4:58.

29. R.Grantyn, C.Henneberger, R.Jüttner, J.C.Meier and S.Kirischuk
Functional hallmarks of GABAergic synapse maturation and the diverse roles of neurotrophins.
Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience 2011; 5:13.

28. E.Benko, A.Winkelmann, J.C.Meier, P.B.Persson, H.Scholz & M.Fähling
Phorbol-ester mediated suppression of hASH1 synthesis: multiple ways to keep the level down.
Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience 2011; 4:1.

27. B.Förstera, AA.Belaidi, R.Jüttner, C.Bernert, M.Tsokos, T.-N.Lehmann, P.Horn, G.Schwarz and J.C.Meier
Irregular RNA splicing curtails postsynaptic gephyrin in the cornu ammonis of patients with epilepsy.
Brain 2010; 133(Pt 12): 3778-3794.

26. W.Wisden and J.C.Meier
Genetic techniques and circuit analysis.
Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience 2010; 3:4.

25. P.Legendre, B.Förstera, R.Jüttner and J.C.Meier
Glycine receptors caught between genome and proteome – Implications of RNA editing and splicing.
Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience 2009; 2:23.

24. S.A.Eichler, B.Förstera, B.Smolinsky, R.Jüttner, T.-N.Lehmann, G.Schwarz and J.C.Meier
Splice-specific roles of glycine receptor alpha3 in the hippocampus.
European Journal of Neuroscience 2009; 30(6):1077-1091.

23. S.R.Chirasani, D.S.Markovic, M.Synowitz, S.A.Eichler, P.Wisniewski, B.Kaminska, A.Otto, E.Wanker, M.Schäfer, P.Chiarugi, J.C.Meier, H.Kettenmann, R.Glass
Transferrin receptor mediated iron accumulation controls proliferation and glutamate release in glioma cells.
Journal of Molecular Medicine 2009; 87(2):153-167.

22. M.Fähling, R.Mrowka, A.Steege, K.M.Kirschner, E.Benko, B.Förstera, P.B.Persson, B.J.Thiele, J.C.Meier and H.Scholz
Translational regulation of the human achaete-scute homologue-1 (hASH1) by fragile X-mental retardation protein (FMRP).
Journal of Biological Chemistry 2009; 284:4255-4266.

21. S.A.Eichler, S.Kirischuk, R.Jüttner, P.K.Schäfermeier, P.Legendre, T.-N.Lehmann, T.Gloveli, R.Grantyn and J.C.Meier
Glycinergic tonic inhibition of hippocampal neurons with depolarizing GABAergic transmission elicits histopathological signs of temporal lobe epilepsy.
Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine 2008; 12(6B):2848-2866.

20. S.A.Eichler and J.C.Meier
E-I Balance and human diseases – From molecules to networking.
Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience 2008; 1:2.

19. B.Smolinsky, S.A.Eichler, S.Buchmeier, J.C.Meier* and G.Schwarz* (*equal contribution)
Splice-specific functions of gephyrin in molybdenum cofactor biosynthesis.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 2008; 283:17370-17379.

18. B.Lardi-Studler, B.Smolinsky, C.M.Petitjean, F.Koenig, C.Sidler, J.C.Meier, J.-M.Fritschy, G.Schwarz.
Vertebrate-specific sequences in gephyrin E-domain regulate cytosolic aggregation and postsynaptic clustering.
Journal of Cell Science 2007; 120:1371-1382.

17. B.Singh, C.Henneberger, D.Betances, M.A.Arevalo, A.Rodriguez-Tebar, J.C.Meier, R.Grantyn
Altered balance of glutamatergic/GABAergic synaptic input and associated changes in dendrite morphology after BDNF expression in BDNF-deficient hippocampal neurons.
Journal of Neuroscience 2006; 26:7189-7200.

16. P.Salama-Cohen, M.-A.Arevalo, J.Meier, R.Grantyn and A.Rodríguez-Tébar
NGF controls dendrite development in hippocampal neurons by binding to p75NTR and modulating the cellular targets of notch.
Molecular Biology of the Cell 2005; 16:339-347.

15. J.C.Meier*, C.Henneberger, I.Melnick, C.Racca, R.J.Harvey, U.Heinemann, V.Schmieden and R.Grantyn (*corresponding author)
RNA editing produces P185L amino acid substitution in glycine receptor alpha3 resulting in high agonist potency.
Nature Neuroscience 2005; 8:736-744.

14. R.Jüttner, M.I.Moré, D.Das, A.Babich, J.Meier, M.Henning, B.Erdmann, E.-C.Müller, A.Otto, R.Grantyn, F.G.Rathjen
Impaired synapse function during postnatal development in the absence of CALEB, an EGF-like protein processed by activity.
Neuron 2005; 46:233-245.

13. C.Henneberger, R.Jüttner, S.A.Schmidt, J.Walter, J.C.Meier, T.Rothe and R.Grantyn
GluR- and TrkB-mediated maturation of GABAA receptor function during the period of eye opening.
European Journal of Neuroscience 2005; 21:431-440.

12. J.Meier* and R.Grantyn (*corresponding author)
A gephyrin-related mechanism restraining glycine receptor anchoring at GABAergic synapses.
Journal of Neuroscience 2004; 24:1398-1405.

11. J.Meier* and R.Grantyn (*corresponding author)
Preferential accumulation of GABAA receptor 2L, not 2S, cytoplasmic loops at rat spinal cord inhibitory synapses.
Journal of Physiology (London) 2004; 559:355-365.

10. J.Meier, J.Akyeli, S.Kirischuk and R.Grantyn
GABAA receptor activity and PKC control inhibitory synaptogenesis in CNS tissue slices.
Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience 2003; 23:600-613.

9. J.Meier
The enigma of transmitter-selective receptor accumulation at developing inhibitory synapses.
Cell and Tissue Research 2003; 311:271-276.

8. J.Meier and V.Schmieden
Inhibition of alpha-subunit glycine receptors by quinoxalines.
Neuroreport 2003; 14:1507-1510.

7. P.Legendre, C.I.Badiu, J.Meier, C.Vannier and A.Triller
Desensitization of homomeric alpha1 glycine receptor increases with receptor confinement.
Molecular Pharmacology 2002; 62:817-827.

6. J.Meier, R.Jüttner, S.Kirischuk and R.Grantyn
Synaptic anchoring of glycine receptors in developing collicular neurons under control of metabotropic glutamate receptor activity.
Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience 2002; 21:324-340.

5. R.Jüttner, J.Meier and R.Grantyn
Slow IPSC kinetics, low levels of alpha1 subunit expression and paired-pulse depression are distinct properties of neonatal inhibitory GABAergic synaptic connections in the mouse superior colliculus.
European Journal of Neuroscience 2001; 13:2088-98.

4. J.Meier, C.Vannier, A.Sergé, A.Triller and D.Choquet
Fast and reversible trapping of surface glycine receptors by gephyrin.
Nature Neuroscience 2001; 4:253-260.

3. M.Rosenberg, J.Meier, A.Triller and C.Vannier
Dynamics of glycine receptor insertion in the neuronal plasma membrane.
Journal of Neuroscience 2001; 21:5036-44.

2. J.Meier, C.Meunier-Durmort, C. Forest, A.Triller and C.Vannier
Formation of glycine receptor clusters and their accumulation at synapses.
Journal of Cell Science 2000; 113:2783-2795.

1. J.Meier, M.DeChaldée, A.Triller and C.Vannier
Functional heterogeneity of gephyrins.
Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience 2000; 16:566-577.

In den Medien

Buchbeiträge und Redaktion:

3. Genetic techniques and circuit analysis.
Frontiers Research Topic E-Book (Wisden W & Meier JC, eds), Frontiers Media SA 2010
ISBN: 9782889190263
http://www.frontiersin.org/books/Genetic_techniques_and_circuit_analysis/83

2. J.C.Meier, Protein kinases and synaptogenesis.
In: Molecular Mechanisms of Synaptogenesis (Dityatev A & El-Husseini A, eds),
pp 311-332. Springer Press 2006. ISBN: 0387325603

1. R.Grantyn, R.Jüttner & J.Meier, Development and use-dependent modification of synaptic connections in the visual layers of the rodent superior colliculus.
In: The superior colliculus, New approaches for studying sensorimotor integration.
(Hall WC & Moschovakis A, eds), pp 173-210. CRC Press 2003. ISBN: 0849300975

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