Hoerndli Lab publications

Hoerndli F.J., A. Kallarackal, and A.V. Maricq (2015) Mobile AMPARs are required for synaptic plasticity. Channels(Austin) 9:230-2.

Hoerndli F.J., R. Wang, J.E. Mellem, A. Kallarackal, P.J. Brockie, C. Thacker, D.M. Madsen and A.V. Maricq (2015) Neuronal activity and CaMKII regulate kinesin-mediated transport of synaptic AMPARs. Neuron 86: 1-18. (Cited in Faculty 1000) (Google Scholar Citations: 28)

Hoerndli F.J.*, D.A. Maxfield*, P.J. Brockie, J.E. Mellem, E. Jensen, R. Wang, D.M. Madsen and A.V. Maricq (2013) Kinesin-1 regulates synaptic strength by mediating the delivery, removal and redistribution of AMPA receptors. Neuron 80:1421-37. Feature article (*, co-first authors) (Cited in Faculty 1000) (Google Scholar Citations: 44)

Brockie, P.J., M. Jensen, J. Mellem, E. Johnson, R. Wang, D.A. Maxfield, F.J. Hoerndli, D.M. Madsen and A.V. Maricq (2013) Cornichons control ER export of AMPA receptors to regulate synaptic excitability. Neuron 80:129-42. (Google Scholar Citations: 35)

Wang, R., J.E. Mellem, M. Jensen, P.J. Brockie, C.S. Walker, F.J. Hoerndli, D.M. Madsen and A.V. Maricq (2012) The SOL-2/Neto auxiliary protein modulates the function of AMPA-subtype ionotropic glutamate receptors. Neuron 75:838-50.  (Google Scholar Citations: 29)

Jensen, M., F.J. Hoerndli, P.J. Brockie, R. Wang, E. Johnson, D. Maxfield, M.M. Francis, D.M. Madsen and A.V. Maricq (2012) Wnt signaling regulates acetylcholine receptor translocation and synaptic plasticity in the adult nervous system. Cell 149:173-87. (Google Scholar Citations: 79)

Stetak, A., F. Hörndli, A.V. Maricq, S. van den Heuvel and A. Hajnal (2009) Neuron-specific regulation of associative learning and memory by MAGI-1 in C. elegans. PLoS One 4:e6019. (Google Scholar Citations: 44)

Hoerndli, F.J., M. Walser, E. Fröhli Hoier, D. de Quervain, A. Papassotiropoulos and A. Hajnal (2009) A conserved function of C. elegans CASY-1 calsyntenin in associative learning. PLoS One 4:e4880. (Google Scholar Citations: 39)

Hoerndli, F.J., S. Pelech, A. Papassotiropoulos and J. Götz (2007) Abeta treatment and P301L tau expression in an Alzheimer’s disease tissue culture model act synergistically to promote aberrant cell cycle re-entry. Eur J Neurosci 26:60-72. (Google Scholar Citations: 34)

Huentelman, M.J., A. Papassotiropoulos, D.W. Craig, F.J. Hoerndli, J.V. Pearson, K.D. Huynh, J. Corneveaux, J. Hänggi, C.R. Modardori, A. Buchmann, E.M. Reiman, K. Henke, D.J. de Quervain and D.A. Stephan (2007) Calmodulin-binding transcription activator 1 (CAMTA1) alleles predispose human episodic memory performance. Mol Genet 16:1469-77. (Google Scholar Citations: 62)

Papassotiropoulos, A., D.A. Stephan, M.J. Huentelman, F.J. Hoerndli, D.W. Craig, J.V. Pearson, K.D. Huynh, F. Brunner, J. Corneveaux, D. Osborne, M.A. Wollmer, A. Aerni, D. Coluccia, J. Hänggi, C.R. Mondadori, A. Buchmann, E.M. Reiman, R.J. Caselli, K. Henke and D.J. de Quervain (2006) Common Kibra alleles are associated with human memory performance. Science 314:475-78. (Google Scholar Citations: 373)

Hoerndli, F.J., M. Toigo, A. Schild and J. Götz (2004) Reference genes identified in SH-SY5Y cells using custom-made gene arrays with validation by quantitative polymerase chain reaction. Anal Biochem 335:30-41. (Google Scholar Citations: 74)

Chen, F., M.A. Wollmer, F. Hoerndli, G. Münch, B. Kuhla, E.I. Rogaev, M. Tsolaki, A. Papassotiropoulos and J. Götz (2004) Role for glyoxalase I in Alzheimer’s disease. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 101:7687-92. (Google Scholar Citations: 158)

Ferrari, A., F. Hoerndli, T. Baechi, R.M. Nitsch and J Götz (2003) beta-Amyloid induces paired helical filament-like tau filaments in tissue culture. J Biol Chem 278:40162-68. (Google Scholar Citations: 167)

Streffer, J.R., A. Papassotiropoulos, P. Kurosinski, A. Signorell, M.A. Wollmer, M. Tsolaki, V. Iakovidou, F. Hörndli, J. Bosset, J. Götz, R.M. Nitsch and C. Hock (2003) Saitohin gene is not associated with Alzheimer's disease. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 74:362-63. (Google Scholar Citations: 24)

 

Reviews

Götz, J., D. David, F. Hoerndli, Y.D. Ke, N. Schonrock, A. Wiesner, T. Fath, L. Bokhari, Y.A. Lim, N. Deters and L.M. Ittner (2008) Functional genomics dissects pathomechanisms in tauopathies: mitosis failure and unfolded protein response. Neurodegener Dis 179-81. (Google Scholar Citations: 10)

Hoerndli, F., D.C. David and J. Götz (2005) Functional genomics meets neurodegenerative disorders. Part II: Application and data integration. Prog Neurobiol 76:169-88. (Google Scholar Citations: 40)

David, D.C., F. Hoerndli and J. Götz (2005) Functional genomics meets neurodegenerative disorders. Part I: Transcriptomic and proteomic technology. Prog Neurobiol 76:153-68. (Google Scholar Citations: 36)

Götz, J., J.R. Streffer, D. David, A. Schild, F. Hoerndli, L. Pennanen, P. Kurosinski and F. Chen (2004) Transgenic animal models of Alzheimer's disease and related disorders: histopathology, behavior and therapy. Mol Psychiatry 9:664-83. (Google Scholar Citations: 260)

Götz, J., A. Schild, F. Hoerndli and L. Pennanen (2004) Amyloid-induced neurofibrillary tangle formation in Alzheimer's disease: insight from transgenic mouse and tissue-culture models. Int J Dev Neurosci 22:453-65.

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