Selected Publications

Meis2 is a Pax6 co-factor in neurogenesis and dopaminergic periglomerular fate specification in the adult olfactory bulb.
Agoston Z, Heine P, Brill MS, Grebbin BM, Hau AC, Kallenborn-Gerhardt W, Schramm J, Götz M, Schulte D
Development. 2014 Jan;141(1):28-38.

A fast and simple differentiation protocol to study the pro-neurogenic activity of soluble factors in neurospheres.
Schramm J., Schulte D
Neurosci Lett. 2014 Jan 8;562C:69-74. doi: 10.1016/j.neulet.2014.01.003. [Epub ahead of print]

TALE transcription factors during early development of the vertebrate brain and eye.
Schulte D, Frank D. 
Dev Dyn. 2014 Jan;243(1):99-116..

Meis2 competes with the Groucho co-repressor Tle4/Grg4 for binding to Otx2 and specifies tectal fate without induction of a secondary MHB organizer.
Agoston Z, Schulte D.
Development 2009 136:3311-22.

Evidence against involvement of BmpR1b signaling in the fate specification of the chick mesencephalic alar plate after HH16.
Bobak N, Agoston Z, Schulte D.
Neuroscience Letters 2009 461:223-8

Sonic hedgehog signaling accelerates Meis2 downregulation simultaneously with retinal ganglion cell genesis.
Heine P, Dohle E, Schulte D
NeuroReport 2009; 20(3):279-84.

A role for Receptor Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase lambda (RPTP) in midbrain development.
Badde A, Schulte D
Journal of Neuroscience 2008; 28:6152-6164.

Differential and dose-dependent regulation of gene expression at the mid-hindbrain boundary by Ras-MAP kinase signaling.
Vennemann A, Agoston Z, Schulte D. 
Brain Research 2008; 1206:33-43.

Evidence for an evolutionary conserved role of homothorax / Meis1/2 during vertebrate retina development.
Heine P, Dohle E, Bumsted-O’Brien KM, Engelkamp D, Schulte D
Development 2008; 135:805-811.