Steffen Scholpp
Steffen Scholpp
Associate Professor of Cell & Developmental Biology, Living Systems Institute, University of Exeter
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Fgf8 morphogen gradient forms by a source-sink mechanism with freely diffusing molecules
SR Yu, M Burkhardt, M Nowak, J Ries, Z Petrášek, S Scholpp, P Schwille, ...
Nature 461 (7263), 533, 2009
3052009
Neurogenesis in zebrafish–from embryo to adult
R Schmidt, U Strähle, S Scholpp
Neural development 8 (1), 3, 2013
1612013
Hedgehog signalling from the zona limitans intrathalamica orchestrates patterning of the zebrafish diencephalon
S Scholpp, O Wolf, M Brand, A Lumsden
Development 133 (5), 855-864, 2006
1422006
Observing the cell in its native state: Imaging subcellular dynamics in multicellular organisms
T Liu, S Upadhyayula, DE Milkie, V Singh, K Wang, IA Swinburne, ...
Science 360 (6386), eaaq1392, 2018
1342018
Filopodia-based Wnt transport during vertebrate tissue patterning
E Stanganello, AIH Hagemann, B Mattes, C Sinner, D Meyen, S Weber, ...
Nature communications 6, 5846, 2015
1162015
Endocytosis controls spreading and effective signaling range of Fgf8 protein
S Scholpp, M Brand
Current biology 14 (20), 1834-1841, 2004
1122004
Zebrafish atlastin controls motility and spinal motor axon architecture via inhibition of the BMP pathway
C Fassier, JA Hutt, S Scholpp, A Lumsden, B Giros, F Nothias, ...
Nature neuroscience 13 (11), 1380, 2010
1052010
A novel positive transcriptional feedback loop in midbrain-hindbrain boundary development is revealed through analysis of the zebrafish pax2. 1 promoter in transgenic lines
A Picker, S Scholpp, H Böhli, H Takeda, M Brand
Development 129 (13), 3227-3239, 2002
1002002
Building a bridal chamber: development of the thalamus
S Scholpp, A Lumsden
Trends in neurosciences 33 (8), 373-380, 2010
962010
Micropatterned superhydrophobic structures for the simultaneous culture of multiple cell types and the study of cell–cell communication
AN Efremov, E Stanganello, A Welle, S Scholpp, PA Levkin
Biomaterials 34 (7), 1757 - 1763, 2013
782013
Lhx2 and Lhx9 determine neuronal differentiation and compartition in the caudal forebrain by regulating Wnt signaling
D Peukert, S Weber, A Lumsden, S Scholpp
PLoS biology 9 (12), e1001218, 2011
762011
Otx1l, Otx2 and Irx1b establish and position the ZLI in the diencephalon
S Scholpp, I Foucher, N Staudt, D Peukert, A Lumsden, C Houart
Development 134 (17), 3167-3176, 2007
692007
Her6 regulates the neurogenetic gradient and neuronal identity in the thalamus
S Scholpp, A Delogu, J Gilthorpe, D Peukert, S Schindler, A Lumsden
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (47), 19895-19900, 2009
672009
Engrailed and Fgf8 act synergistically to maintain the boundary between diencephalon and mesencephalon
S Scholpp, C Lohs, M Brand
Development 130 (20), 4881-4893, 2003
632003
Zebrafish fgfr1 is a member of the fgf8 synexpression group and is required for fgf8 signalling at the midbrain-hindbrain boundary
S Scholpp, C Groth, C Lohs, M Lardelli, M Brand
Development genes and evolution 214 (6), 285-295, 2004
592004
Role of cytonemes in Wnt transport
E Stanganello, S Scholpp
J Cell Sci 129 (4), 665-672, 2016
542016
Molecular pathways controlling development of thalamus and hypothalamus: from neural specification to circuit formation
S Blackshaw, S Scholpp, M Placzek, H Ingraham, R Simerly, T Shimogori
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (45), 14925-14930, 2010
502010
Early developmental specification of the thyroid gland depends on han-expressing surrounding tissue and on FGF signals
T Wendl, D Adzic, JJ Schoenebeck, S Scholpp, M Brand, D Yelon, ...
Development 134 (15), 2871-2879, 2007
482007
Morpholino‐induced knockdown of zebrafish engrailed genes eng2 and eng3 reveals redundant and unique functions in midbrain–hindbrain boundary development
S Scholpp, M Brand
genesis 30 (3), 129-133, 2001
452001
Pbx proteins cooperate with Engrailed to pattern the midbrain–hindbrain and diencephalic–mesencephalic boundaries
T Erickson, S Scholpp, M Brand, CB Moens, AJ Waskiewicz
Developmental biology 301 (2), 504-517, 2007
392007
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