Cluster of Excellence –
University of Freiburg

Prof. Dr. Annette Neubüser

Prof. Dr. Annette Neubüser

Institute of Biology I (Developmental Biology), University of Freiburg

+49 761 203 2917

10 selected publications:  

  • FGF10 is required for cell proliferation and gland formation in the stomach epithelium of the chicken embryo.
    Shin M, Noji S, Neubüser A, Yasugi S (2006). 
    Dev. Biol. 294,11-23.
  • FGF signalling is required for initiation of feather placode development.
    Mandler M, Neubüser A (2004).
    Development 131, 3333-3343.
  • Mesenchymal patterning by Hoxa2 requires blocking FGF-dependent activation of Ptx1.
    Bobola N, Carapuço M, Ohnemus S, Kanzler B, Leibbrandt A, Neubüser A, Drouin J, Mallo M (2003).
    Development 130,3403-3414.
  • The STIR domain superfamily in signal transduction, development and immunity.
    Novatchkova M, Leibbrandt A, Werzowa J, Neubüser A, Eisenhaber F (2003). 
    Trends Biochem Sci. 28, 226-9.
  • Nephric lineage specification by Pax2 and Pax8.
    Bouchard M, Souabni A, Mandler M, Neubüser A, Busslinger M (2002). 
    Genes & Dev. 16, 2958-2970.
  • FGF signalling regulates expression of Tbx2, Erm, Pea3, and Pax3 in the early nasal region.
    Firnberg N, Neubüser A (2002). 
    Dev. Biol. 247, 237-250.
  • FGF signalling is necessary for the specification of the odontogenic mesenchyme.
    Mandler M, Neubüser A (2001).
    Dev. Biol. 240, 548-559.
  • Vertebrate Sprouty genes are induced by FGF signalling and can cause chondrodysplasia when overexpressed.
    Minowada G, Jarvis LA, Chi CL, Neubüser A, Sun X, Hacohen N, Krasnow MA, Martin G (1999). 
    Development 126, 4465-4475.
  • Pax9-deficient mice lack pharyngeal pouch derivatives and teeth and exhibit craniofacial and limb abnormalities.
    Peters H, Neubüser A, Kratochwil K, Balling R (1998). 
    Genes & Dev. 12, 2735-2747.
  • Antagonistic interactions between FGF and BMP signalling pathways: a mechanism for positioning the sites of tooth formation.
    Neubüser A, Peters H, Balling R, Martin G (1997). 
    Cell 90, 247-255.