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Profile Publications(13)
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Publications By Sabine Senkel

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The nephrogenic potential of the transcription factors osr1, osr2, hnf1b, lhx1 and pax8 assessed in Xenopus animal caps., Drews C, Senkel S, Ryffel GU., BMC Dev Biol. November 15, 2011; 11 5.              


Heat-shock inducible Cre strains to study organogenesis in transgenic Xenopus laevis., Roose M, Sauert K, Turan G, Solomentsew N, Werdien D, Pramanik K, Senkel S, Ryffel GU, Waldner C., Transgenic Res. August 1, 2009; 18 (4): 595-605.


Transcription factor HNF1beta and novel partners affect nephrogenesis., Dudziak K, Mottalebi N, Senkel S, Edghill EL, Rosengarten S, Roose M, Bingham C, Ellard S, Ryffel GU., Kidney Int. July 1, 2008; 74 (2): 210-7.                  


Tagging muscle cell lineages in development and tail regeneration using Cre recombinase in transgenic Xenopus., Ryffel GU, Werdien D, Turan G, Gerhards A, Goosses S, Senkel S., Nucleic Acids Res. April 15, 2003; 31 (8): e44.                


ERH (enhancer of rudimentary homologue), a conserved factor identical between frog and human, is a transcriptional repressor., Pogge von Strandmann E, Senkel S, Ryffel GU., Biol Chem. September 1, 2001; 382 (9): 1379-85.


Dimerization co-factor of hepatocyte nuclear factor 1/pterin-4alpha-carbinolamine dehydratase is necessary for pigmentation in Xenopus and overexpressed in primary human melanoma lesions., von Strandmann EP, Senkel S, Ryffel G, Hengge UR., Am J Pathol. June 1, 2001; 158 (6): 2021-9.


Misexpression of Xsiah-2 induces a small eye phenotype in Xenopus., Bogdan S, Senkel S, Esser F, Ryffel GU, Pogge v Strandmann E., Mech Dev. May 1, 2001; 103 (1-2): 61-9.  


The mutated human gene encoding hepatocyte nuclear factor 1beta inhibits kidney formation in developing Xenopus embryos., Wild W, Pogge von Strandmann E, Nastos A, Senkel S, Lingott-Frieg A, Bulman M, Bingham C, Ellard S, Hattersley AT, Ryffel GU., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. April 25, 2000; 97 (9): 4695-700.            


Ectopic pigmentation in Xenopus in response to DCoH/PCD, the cofactor of HNF1 transcription factor/pterin-4alpha-carbinolamine dehydratase., Pogge v Strandmann E, Senkel S, Ryffel GU., Mech Dev. March 1, 2000; 91 (1-2): 53-60.


Patterning the expression of a tissue-specific transcription factor in embryogenesis: HNF1 alpha gene activation during Xenopus development., von Strandmann EP, Nastos A, Holewa B, Senkel S, Weber H, Ryffel GU., Mech Dev. June 1, 1997; 64 (1-2): 7-17.


HNF4beta, a new gene of the HNF4 family with distinct activation and expression profiles in oogenesis and embryogenesis of Xenopus laevis., Holewa B, Zapp D, Drewes T, Senkel S, Ryffel GU., Mol Cell Biol. February 1, 1997; 17 (2): 687-94.


Chimeric liver transcription factors LFB1 (HNF1) containing the acidic activation domain of VP16 act as positive dominant interfering mutants., Denecke B, Bartkowski S, Senkel S, Klein-Hitpass L, Ryffel GU., J Biol Chem. August 25, 1993; 268 (24): 18076-82.


Developmental regulation and tissue distribution of the liver transcription factor LFB1 (HNF1) in Xenopus laevis., Bartkowski S, Zapp D, Weber H, Eberle G, Zoidl C, Senkel S, Klein-Hitpass L, Ryffel GU., Mol Cell Biol. January 1, 1993; 13 (1): 421-31.

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