Cluster of Excellence –
University of Freiburg

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Driever

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Driever

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

+49 761 203 2587

10 selected publications

  • Functional architecture of an optic flow-responsive area that drives horizontal eye movements in zebrafish.
    Kubo F, Hablitzel B, Dal Maschio M, Driever W, Baier H, Arrenberg AB.
    Neuron. 2014 Mar 19;81(6):1344-59.
  • A Pou5f1/Oct4 dependent Klf2a, Klf2b, and Klf17 regulatory sub-network contributes to EVL and ectoderm development during zebrafish embryogenesis.
    Kotkamp K, Mössner R, Allen A, Onichtchouk D, Driever W.
    Dev Biol. 2014 Jan 15;385(2):433-47.
  • Pou5f1 transcription factor controls zygotic gene activation in vertebrates.
    Leichsenring M, Maes J, Mössner R, Driever W, Onichtchouk D.
    Science. 2013 Aug 30;341(6149):1005-9.
  • Pou5f1-dependent EGF expression controls E-cadherin endocytosis, cell adhesion, and zebrafish epiboly movements.
    Song S, Eckerle S, Onichtchouk D, Marrs JA, Nitschke R, Driever W.
    Dev Cell. 2013 Mar 11;24(5):486-501.
  • Sim1a and Arnt2 contribute to hypothalamo-spinal axon guidance by regulating Robo2 activity via a Robo3-dependent mechanism.
    Schweitzer J, Löhr H, Bonkowsky JL, Hübscher K, Driever W.
    Development. 2013 Jan 1;140(1):93-106
  • Deep brain photoreceptors control light-seeking behavior in zebrafish larvae.
    Fernandes AM, Fero K, Arrenberg AB, Bergeron SA, Driever W, Burgess HA.
    Curr Biol. 2012 Nov 6;22(21):2042-7.
  • ViBE-Z: a framework for 3D virtual colocalization analysis in zebrafish larval brains.
    Ronneberger O, Liu K, Rath M, Rue? D, Mueller T, Skibbe H, Drayer B, Schmidt T, Filippi A, Nitschke R, Brox T, Burkhardt H, Driever W.
    Nat Methods. 2012 Jun 17;9(7):735-42.
  • Zebrafish Pou5f1-dependent transcriptional networks in temporal control of early development.
    Onichtchouk D, Geier F, Polok B, Messerschmidt DM, Mossner R, Wendik B, Song S, Taylor V, Timmer J, Driever W.
    Mol Syst Biol 2010; 6, 354.
  • DeltaA/DeltaD regulate multiple and temporally distinct phases of Notch signaling during dopaminergic neurogenesis in zebrafish.
    Mahler M, Filippi A, Driever W.
    J Neurosci 2010; 30, 16621-635.
  • Orthopedia homeodomain protein is essential for diencephalic dopaminergic neuron development.
    Ryu S, Mahler J, Acampora D, Holzschuh J, Erhardt S, Omodei D, Simeone A, Driever W.
    Curr Biol. 2007 May 15;17(10):873-80.