Christian Rödelsperger
Christian Rödelsperger
Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology
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MutationTaster evaluates disease-causing potential of sequence alterations
JM Schwarz, C Rödelsperger, M Schuelke, D Seelow
Nature methods 7 (8), 575-576, 2010
Identity-by-descent filtering of exome sequence data identifies PIGV mutations in hyperphosphatasia mental retardation syndrome
PM Krawitz, MR Schweiger, C Rödelsperger, C Marcelis, U Kölsch, ...
Nature genetics 42 (10), 827-829, 2010
A developmental switch coupled to the evolution of plasticity acts through a sulfatase
EJ Ragsdale, MR Müller, C Rödelsperger, RJ Sommer
Cell 155 (4), 922-933, 2013
TCR repertoire analysis by next generation sequencing allows complex differential diagnosis of T cell–related pathology
M Dziubianau, J Hecht, L Kuchenbecker, A Sattler, U Stervbo, ...
American journal of transplantation 13 (11), 2842-2854, 2013
System-wide rewiring underlies behavioral differences in predatory and bacterial-feeding nematodes
DJ Bumbarger, M Riebesell, C Rödelsperger, RJ Sommer
Cell 152 (1-2), 109-119, 2013
Gene inactivation using the CRISPR/Cas9 system in the nematode Pristionchus pacificus
H Witte, E Moreno, C Rödelsperger, J Kim, JS Kim, A Streit, RJ Sommer
Development genes and evolution 225, 55-62, 2015
Microindel detection in short-read sequence data
P Krawitz, C Rödelsperger, M Jäger, L Jostins, S Bauer, PN Robinson
Bioinformatics 26 (6), 722-729, 2010
Large-scale diversification without genetic isolation in nematode symbionts of figs
V Susoy, M Herrmann, N Kanzaki, M Kruger, CN Nguyen, C Rödelsperger, ...
Science Advances 2 (1), e1501031, 2016
Characterization of Genetic Diversity in the Nematode Pristionchus pacificus from Population-Scale Resequencing Data
C Rödelsperger, RA Neher, AM Weller, G Eberhardt, H Witte, WE Mayer, ...
Genetics 196 (4), 1153-1165, 2014
Single-molecule sequencing reveals the chromosome-scale genomic architecture of the nematode model organism Pristionchus pacificus
C Rödelsperger, JM Meyer, N Prabh, C Lanz, F Bemm, RJ Sommer
Cell reports 21 (3), 834-844, 2017
Small peptide–mediated self-recognition prevents cannibalism in predatory nematodes
JW Lightfoot, M Wilecki, C Rödelsperger, E Moreno, V Susoy, H Witte, ...
Science 364 (6435), 86-89, 2019
Neurofibromin (Nf1) is required for skeletal muscle development
N Kossler, S Stricker, C Rödelsperger, PN Robinson, J Kim, C Dietrich, ...
Human molecular genetics 20 (14), 2697-2709, 2011
CYNTENATOR: progressive gene order alignment of 17 vertebrate genomes
C Rödelsperger, C Dieterich
PloS one 5 (1), e8861, 2010
FGFR3 is a target of the homeobox transcription factor SHOX in limb development
E Decker, C Durand, S Bender, C Rödelsperger, A Glaser, J Hecht, ...
Human molecular genetics 20 (8), 1524-1535, 2011
The nuclear hormone receptor NHR-40 acts downstream of the sulfatase EUD-1 as part of a developmental plasticity switch in Pristionchus
MR Kieninger, NA Ivers, C Roedelsperger, GV Markov, RJ Sommer, ...
Current Biology 26 (16), 2174-2179, 2016
A developmental switch generating phenotypic plasticity is part of a conserved multi-gene locus
B Sieriebriennikov, N Prabh, M Dardiry, H Witte, W Roeseler, ...
Cell Reports 23 (10), 2835-2843. e4, 2018
Deep taxon sampling reveals the evolutionary dynamics of novel gene families in Pristionchus nematodes
N Prabh, W Roeseler, H Witte, G Eberhardt, RJ Sommer, C Rödelsperger
Genome Research 28 (11), 1664-1674, 2018
Are orphan genes protein-coding, prediction artifacts, or non-coding RNAs?
N Prabh, C Rödelsperger
BMC bioinformatics 17, 1-13, 2016
The Orphan Gene dauerless Regulates Dauer Development and Intraspecific Competition in Nematodes by Copy Number Variation
MG Mayer, C Rödelsperger, H Witte, M Riebesell, RJ Sommer
PLoS genetics 11 (6), e1005146, 2015
Computational archaeology of the Pristionchus pacificus genome reveals evidence of horizontal gene transfers from insects
C Rödelsperger, RJ Sommer
BMC evolutionary biology 11, 1-11, 2011
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