Publications of Harald Hutter

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62. Au, V; Li-Leger, E; Raymant, G; Flibotte, S; Chen, G; Martin, K; Fernando, L; Doell, C; Rosell, FI; Wang, S; Edgley, ML; Rougvie, AE; Hutter, H; Moerman, DG.  (2019)   CRISPR/Cas9 Methodology for the Generation of Knockout Deletions in Caenorhabditis elegans.  G3-Genes Genomes Genet. 9 DOI  PubMed
61. Hutter, H.  (2019)   Formation of longitudinal axon pathways in Caenorhabditis elegans.  Semin. Cell Dev. Biol. 85 DOI  PubMed
60. Taylor, J; Hutter, H.  (2019)   Multiple Pathways Act Together To Establish Asymmetry of the Ventral Nerve Cord in Caenorhabditis elegans.  Genetics 211 DOI  PubMed
59. Taylor, J; Unsoeld, T; Hutter, H.  (2018)   The transmembrane collagen COL-99 guides longitudinally extending axons in C-elegans.  Mol. Cell. Neurosci. 89 DOI  PubMed
58. Bhat, JM; Hutter, H.  (2016)   Pioneer Axon Navigation Is Controlled by AEX-3, a Guanine Nucleotide Exchange Factor for RAB-3 in Caenorhabditis elegans.  Genetics 203: 1235-1247 DOI
57. Chisholm, AD; Hutter, H; Jin, YS; Wadsworth, WG.  (2016)   The Genetics of Axon Guidance and Axon Regeneration in Caenorhabditis elegans.  Genetics 204: 849-882 DOI
56. Bhat, JM; Pan, J; Hutter, H.  (2015)   PLR-1, a putative E3 ubiquitin ligase, controls cell polarity and axonal extensions in C. elegans.  Developmental Biology 398: 44-56 DOI  PubMed
55. Hutter, H; Moerman, D.  (2015)   Big Data in Caenorhabditis elegans: quo vadis?  Molecular Biology of the Cell 26: 3909-3914 DOI
54. Magner, DB; Wollam, J; Shen, YD; Hoppe, C; Li, DL; Latza, C; Rottiers, V; Hutter, H; Antebi, A.  (2013)   The NHR-8 Nuclear Receptor Regulates Cholesterol and Bile Acid Homeostasis in C. elegans.  Cell Metabolism 18: 212-224 DOI
53. Steimel, A; Suh, J; Hussainkhel, A; Deheshi, S; Grants, JM; Zapf, R; Moerman, DG; Taubert, S; Hutter, H.  (2013)   The C. elegans CDK8 Mediator module regulates axon guidance decisions in the ventral nerve cord and during dorsal axon navigation.  Developmental Biology 377: 385-398 DOI
52. Thompson, O; Edgley, M; Strasbourger, P; Flibotte, S; Ewing, B; Adair, R; Au, V; Chaudhry, I; Fernando, L; Hutter, H; Kieffer, A; Lau, J; Lee, N; Miller, A; Raymant, G; Shen, B; Shendure, J; Taylor, J; Turner, EH; Hillier, LW; Moerman, DG; Waterston, RH.  (2013)   The million mutation project: A new approach to genetics in Caenorhabditis elegans.  Genome Research 23: 1749-1762 DOI
51. Unsoeld, T; Park, JO; Hutter, H.  (2013)   Discoidin domain receptors guide axons along longitudinal tracts in C. elegans.  Developmental Biology 374: 142-152  Website DOI
50. Hutter, H.  (2012)   Fluorescent Protein Methods: Strategies and Applications.  Caenorhabditis Elegans: Cell Biology and Physiology, Second Edition 107: 67-92 DOI
49. Suh J., Hutter H.  (2012)   A survey of putative secreted and transmembrane proteins encoded in the C. elegans genome.  BMC Genomics 13(1):333
48. Suh, J; Hutter, H.  (2012)   A survey of putative secreted and transmembrane proteins encoded in the C-elegans genome.  BMC Genomics 13 DOI
47. Viveiros, R; Hutter, H; Moerman, DG.  (2011)   Membrane extensions are associated with proper anterior migration of muscle cells during Caenorhabditis elegans embryogenesis.  Developmental Biology 358: 189-200 DOI
46. Ash, PEA; Zhang, YJ; Roberts, CM; Saldi, T; Hutter, H; Buratti, E; Petrucelli, L; Link, CD.  (2010)   Neurotoxic effects of TDP-43 overexpression in C-elegans.  Human Molecular Genetics 19: 3206-3218 DOI
45. Park, JO; Pan, J; Mohrlen, F; Schupp, MO; Johnsen, R; Baillie, DL; Zapf, R; Moerman, DG; Hutter, H.  (2010)   Characterization of the astacin family of metalloproteases in C. elegans.  BMC Dev. Biol. 10 DOI  PubMed
44. Schlotterer, A; Hamann, A; Kukudov, G; Ibrahim, Y; Heckmann, B; Bozorgmehr, F; Pfeiffer, M; Hutter, H; Stern, D; Du, XL; Brownlee, M; Bierhaus, A; Nawroth, P; Morcos, M.  (2010)   Apurinic/apyrimidinic endonuclease 1, p53, and thioredoxin are linked in control of aging in C-elegans.  Aging Cell 9: 420-432 DOI
43. Steimel, A; Wong, LN; Najarro, EH; Ackley, BD; Garriga, G; Hutter, H.  (2010)   The Flamingo ortholog FMI-1 controls pioneer-dependent navigation of follower axons in C. elegans.  Development 137: 3663-3673 DOI
42. Almedom, RB; Liewald, JF; Hernando, G; Schultheis, C; Rayes, D; Pan, J; Schedletzky, T; Hutter, H; Bouzat, C; Gottschalk, A.  (2009)   An ER-resident membrane protein complex regulates nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subunit composition at the synapse.  EMBO Journal 28: 2636-2649 DOI
41. Brandt, R; Gergou, A; Wacker, I; Fath, T; Hutter, H.  (2009)   A Caenorhabditis elegans model of tau hyperphosphorylation: Induction of developmental defects by transgenic overexpression of Alzheimer's disease-like modified tau.  Neurobiology of Aging 30: 22-33 DOI
40. Hutter, H; Ng, MP; Chen, NS.  (2009)   GExplore: a web server for integrated queries of protein domains, gene expression and mutant phenotypes.  BMC Genomics 10 DOI  PubMed
39. Morcos, M; Hutter, H.  (2009)   The Model Caenorhabditis elegans in Diabetes Mellitus and Alzheimer's Disease.  Journal of Alzheimers Disease 16: 897-908 DOI
38. Schlotterer, A; Kukudov, G; Bozorgmehr, F; Hutter, H; Du, XL; Oikonomou, D; Ibrahim, Y; Pfisterer, F; Rabbani, N; Thornalley, P; Sayed, A; Fleming, T; Humpert, P; Schwenger, V; Zeier, M; Hamann, A; Stern, D; Brownlee, M; Bierhaus, A; Nawroth, P; Morcos, M.  (2009)   C-elegans as Model for the Study of High Glucose-Mediated Life Span Reduction.  Diabetes 58: 2450-2456 DOI
37. Schwarz, V; Pan, J; Voltmer-Irsch, S; Hutter, H.  (2009)   IgCAMs redundantly control axon navigation in Caenorhabditis elegans.  Neural Development 4:13 DOI
36. Ikeda, DD; Duan, Y; Matsuki, M; Kunitomo, H; Hutter, H; Hedgecock, EM; Iino, Y.  (2008)   CASY-1, an ortholog of calsyntenins/alcadeins, is essential for learning in Caenorhabditis elegans.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105: 5260-5265 DOI
35. Ikeda, DD; Duan, Y; Matsuki, M; Kunitomo, H; Hutter, H; Hedgecock, EM; Iino, Y.  (2008)   CASY-1, an ortholog of Calsyntenins/Alcadeins, is essential for learning in C. elegans (Abstract, Neuro 2008).  Neuroscience Research 61: S60-S60
34. Morcos, M; Du, XL; Pfisterer, F; Hutter, H; Sayed, AAR; Thornalley, P; Ahmed, N; Baynes, J; Thorpe, S; Kukudov, G; Schlotterer, A; Bozorgmehr, F; El Baki, RA; Stern, D; Moehrlen, F; Ibrahim, Y; Oikonomou, D; Hamann, A; Becker, C; Zeier, M; Schwenger, V; Miftari, N; Humpert, P; Hammes, HP; Buechler, M; Bierhaus, A; Brownlee, M; Nawroth, PP.  (2008)   Glyoxalase-1 prevents mitochondrial protein modification and enhances lifespan in Caenorhabditis elegans.  Aging Cell 7: 260-269 DOI
33. Schmitz, C; Wacker, I; Hutter, H.  (2008)   The Fat-like cadherin CDH-4 controls axon fasciculation, cell migration and hypodermis and pharynx development in Caenorhabditis elegans.  Developmental Biology 316: 249-259 DOI
32. Steimel, A; Wacker, I; Hutter, H.  (2008)   The C. elegans flamingo homologue FMI-1 is involved in pioneer-mediated axon guidance in the ventral nerve cord.  Developmental Biology 319: 245 - DOI
31. Wang, XL; Zhang, W; Cheever, T; Schwarz, V; Opperman, K; Hutter, H; Koepp, D; Chen, L.  (2008)   The C-elegans L1CAM homologue LAD-2 functions as a coreceptor in MAB-20/Sema2-mediated axon guidance.  Journal of Cell Biology 180: 233-246 DOI
30. Diogon, M; Wissler, F; Quintin, S; Nagamatsu, Y; Sookhareea, S; Landmann, F; Hutter, H; Vitale, N; Labouesse, M.  (2007)   The RhoGAP RGA-2 and LET-502/ROCK achieve a balance of actomyosin-dependent forces in C. elegans epidermis to control morphogenesis.  Development 134: 2469-2479 DOI
29. Fielenbach, N; Guardavaccaro, D; Neubert, K; Chan, T; Li, DL; Feng, Q; Hutter, H; Pagano, M; Antebi, A.  (2007)   DRE-1: An evolutionarily conserved F box protein that regulates C-elegans developmental age.  Developmental Cell 12: 443-455 DOI
28. Hrus, A; Lau, G; Hutter, H; Schenk, S; Ferralli, J; Brown-Luedi, M; Chiquet-Ehrismann, R; Canevascini, S.  (2007)   C. elegans Agrin Is Expressed in Pharynx, IL1 Neurons and Distal Tip Cells and Does Not Genetically Interact with Genes Involved in Synaptogenesis or Muscle Function.  PLOS One 2 DOI
27. Schmitz, C; Kinge, P; Hutter, H.  (2007)   Axon guidance genes identified in a large-scale RNAi screen using the RNAi -hypersensitive Caenorhabditis elegans strain nre-1(hd20) lin-15b(hd126).  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104: 834-839
26. Abraham, C; Hutter, H; Palfreyman, MT; Spatkowski, G; Weimer, RM; Windoffer, R; Jorgensen, EM; Leube, RE.  (2006)   Synaptic tetraspan vesicle membrane proteins are conserved but not needed for synaptogenesis and neuronal function in Caenorhabditis elegans.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 103: 8227-8232 DOI
25. Blanchard, D; Hutter, H; Fleenor, J; Fire, A.  (2006)   A differential cytolocalization assay for analysis of macromolecular assemblies in the eukaryotic cytoplasm.  Mol Cell Proteomics 5: 2175-2184
24. Dong, C; Muriel, JM; Ramirez, S; Hutter, H; Hedgecock, EM; Breydo, L; Baskakov, IV; Vogel, BE.  (2006)   Hemicentin assembly in the extracellular matrix is mediated by distinct structural modules.  Journal of Biological Chemistry 281: 23606-23610 DOI
23. Hutter, H.  (2006)   Fluorescent reporter methods. in C. elegans: Methods and Apllications (ed. K. Strange), pp. 157-176. Humana Press, Totowa, NJ.  
22. Schmid, C; Schwarz, V; Hutter, H.  (2006)   AST-1, a novel ETS-box transcription factor, controls axon guidance and pharynx development in C. elegans.  Develop Biol 293: 403-413
21. Schnabel, R; Bischoff, M; Hintze, A; Schulz, AK; Hejnol, A; Meinhardt, H; Hutter, H.  (2006)   Global cell sorting in the C-elegans embryo defines a new mechanism for pattern formation.  Developmental Biology 294: 418-431 DOI
20. Hutter, H; Wacker, I; Schmid, C; Hedgecock, EA.  (2005)   Novel genes controlling ventral cord asymmetry and navigation of pioneer axons in C-elegans.  Developmental Biology 284: 260-272
19. Muriel JM, Dong C, Hutter H, Vogel BE.  (2005)   Fibulin-1C and Fibulin-1D splice variants have distinct functions and assemble in a hemicentin-dependent manner.  Development 132: 4223-34
18. Hobert, O; Hutter, H; Hynes, RO.  (2004)   The immunoglobulin superfamily in Caenorhabditis elegans and Drosophila melanogaster.  Development 131: 2237-2238
17. Hutter, H.  (2004)   Five-colour in vivo imaging of neurons in Caenorhabditis elegans.  Journal of Microscopy-Oxford 215: 213-218
16. Ludewig, AH; Kober-Eisermann, C; Weitzel, C; Bethke, A; Neubert, K; Gerisch, B; Hutter, H; Antebi, A.  (2004)   A novel nuclear receptor/coregulator complex controls C. elegans lipid metabolism, larval development, and aging.  Genes & Development 18: 2120-2133
15. Yanowitz, JL; Shakir, MA; Hedgecock, E; Hutter, H; Fire, AZ; Lundquist, EA.  (2004)   UNC-39, the C-elegans homolog of the human myotonic dystrophy-associated homeodomain protein Six5, regulates cell motility and differentiation.  Developmental Biology 272: 389-402
14. Huang, CC; Hall, DH; Hedgecock, EM; Kao, G; Karantza, V; Vogel, BE; Hutter, H; Chisholms, AD; Yurchenco, PD; Wadsworth, WG.  (2003)   Laminin alpha subunits and their role in C. elegans development.  Development 130: 3343-3358
13. Hutter, H.  (2003)   Extracellular cues and pioneers act together to guide axons in the ventral cord of C-elegans.  Development 130: 5307-5318
12. Mohrlen, F; Hutter, H; Zwilling, R.  (2003)   The astacin protein family in Caenorhabditis elegans.  European Journal of Biochemistry 270: 4909-4920
11. Wacker, I; Schwarz, V; Hedgecock, EM; Hutter, H.  (2003)   zag-1, a Zn-finger homeodomain transcription factor controlling neuronal differentiation and axon outgrowth in C-elegans.  Development 130: 3795-3805
10. Hubner, K; Windoffer, R; Hutter, H; Leube, RE.  (2002)   Tetraspan vesicle membrane proteins: Synthesis, subcellular localization, and functional properties.  International Review of Cytology - A Survey of Cell Biology, Vol 214 214: 103-159
9. Hübner, K., Windoffer, R., Hutter, H., Leube, R.E.  (2001)   Tetraspan vesicle membrane proteins: synthesis, subcellular localization, and functional properties.  International Review of Cytology 214:103-159 (Review Article)
8. Hutter, H.  (2000)   New ways to look at axons in Caenorhabditis elegans.  Microscopy Research and Technique 48: 47-54
7. Hutter, H; Vogel, BE; Plenefisch, JD; Norris, CR; Proenca, RB; Spieth, J; Guo, CB; Mastwal, S; Zhu, XP; Scheel, J; Hedgecock, EM.  (2000)   Cell biology: Conservation and novelty in the evolution of cell adhesion and extracellular matrix genes.  Science 287: 989-994
6. Schnabel, R; Hutter, H; Moerman, D; Schnabel, H.  (1997)   Assessing normal embryogenesis in Caenorhabditis elegans using a 4D microscope: Variability of development and regional specification.  Developmental Biology 184: 234-265 DOI
5. Moerman, DG; Hutter, H; Mullen, GP; Schnabel, R.  (1996)   Cell autonomous expression of perlecan and plasticity of cell shape in embryonic muscle of Caenorhabditis elegans.  Developmental Biology 173: 228-242 DOI
4. Schnabel, R; Weigner, C; Hutter, H; Feichtinger, R; Schnabel, H.  (1996)   mex-1 and the general partitioning of cell fate in the early C-elegans embryo.  Mechanisms of Development 54: 133-147 DOI
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