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Uwe Strähle
Uwe Strähle
Professor Universität Heidelberg und Karlsruhe Institut of Technology
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Cooperativity of glucocorticoid response elements located far upstream of the tyrosine aminotransferase gene
HM Jantzen, U Strähle, B Gloss, F Stewart, W Schmid, M Boshart, ...
Cell 49 (1), 29-38, 1987
8391987
Zebrafish embryos as an alternative to animal experiments—A commentary on the definition of the onset of protected life stages in animal welfare regulations
U Strähle, S Scholz, R Geisler, P Greiner, H Hollert, S Rastegar, ...
Reproductive Toxicology 33 (2), 128-132, 2012
6782012
A DNA sequence of 15 base pairs is sufficient to mediate both glucocorticoid and progesterone induction of gene expression.
U Strähle, G Klock, G Schütz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 84 (22), 7871-7875, 1987
4801987
Conserved and acquired features of adult neurogenesis in the zebrafish telencephalon
B Adolf, P Chapouton, CS Lam, S Topp, B Tannhäuser, U Strähle, M Götz, ...
Developmental biology 295 (1), 278-293, 2006
4492006
Synergistic action of the glucocorticoid receptor with transcription factors.
U Strähle, W Schmid, G Schütz
The EMBO journal 7 (11), 3389-3395, 1988
4441988
Acetylcholinesterase is required for neuronal and muscular development in the zebrafish embryo
M Behra, X Cousin, C Bertrand, JL Vonesch, D Biellmann, A Chatonnet, ...
Nature neuroscience 5 (2), 111-118, 2002
4422002
Oestrogen and glucocorticoid responsive elements are closely related but distinct
G Klock, U Strähle, G Schütz
Nature 329 (6141), 734-736, 1987
4341987
Zebrafish Clock rhythmic expression reveals independent peripheral circadian oscillators
D Whitmore, NS Foulkes, U Strähle, P Sassone-Corsi
Nature neuroscience 1 (8), 701-707, 1998
4331998
Sonic hedgehog is not required for the induction of medial floor plate cells in the zebrafish
HE Schauerte, FJM Eeden, C Fricke, J Odenthal, U Strähle, P Haffter
Development 125 (15), 2983-2993, 1998
4041998
In vivo protein–DNA interactions in a glucocorticoid response element require the presence of the hormone
PB Becker, B Gloss, W Schmid, U Strähle, G Schütz
Nature 324 (6098), 686-688, 1986
3881986
Neurogenesis in zebrafish–from embryo to adult
R Schmidt, U Strähle, S Scholpp
Neural development 8, 1-13, 2013
3822013
Zebrafish embryos as models for embryotoxic and teratological effects of chemicals
L Yang, NY Ho, R Alshut, J Legradi, C Weiss, M Reischl, R Mikut, U Liebel, ...
Reproductive Toxicology 28 (2), 245-253, 2009
3402009
Axial, a zebrafish gene expressed along the developing body axis, shows altered expression in cyclops mutant embryos.
U Strähle, P Blader, D Henrique, PW Ingham
Genes & Development 7 (7b), 1436-1446, 1993
3231993
Toxicity of mercury: Molecular evidence
L Yang, Y Zhang, F Wang, Z Luo, S Guo, U Strähle
Chemosphere 245, 125586, 2020
3122020
The activity of neurogenin1 is controlled by local cues in the zebrafish embryo
P Blader, N Fischer, G Gradwohl, F Guillemot, U Strähle
Development 124 (22), 4557-4569, 1997
2801997
Heterogeneity in progenitor cell subtypes in the ventricular zone of the zebrafish adult telencephalon
M März, P Chapouton, N Diotel, C Vaillant, B Hesl, M Takamiya, CS Lam, ...
Glia 58 (7), 870-888, 2010
2722010
Wnt5 is required for tail formation in the zebrafish embryo
GJ Rauch, M Hammerschmidt, P Blader, HE Schauerte, U Strähle, ...
Cold Spring Harbor symposia on quantitative biology 62, 227-234, 1997
2281997
Cleavage of the BMP-4 antagonist chordin by zebrafish tolloid
P Blader, S Rastegar, N Fischer, U Strahle
Science 278 (5345), 1937-1940, 1997
2231997
The Pax protein Noi is required for commissural axon pathway formation in the rostral forebrain
R Macdonald, J Scholes, U Strähle, C Brennan, N Holder, M Brand, ...
Development 124 (12), 2397-2408, 1997
2131997
Transcriptional profiling reveals barcode-like toxicogenomic responses in the zebrafish embryo
L Yang, JR Kemadjou, C Zinsmeister, M Bauer, J Legradi, F Müller, ...
Genome biology 8, 1-17, 2007
2082007
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