Okarmus J., Bogetofte H., Schmidt S.I., Ryding M., Lopez S.G., Ryan B.J., Martinez-Serrano A., Hyttel P., Meyer M. (2020) Lysosomal perturbations in dopaminergic neurons derived from induced pluripotent stem cells with PARK2 mutation (Scientific Reports, in press).

Bogetofte H., Jensen P., Okarmus J., Schmidt S.I., Agger M., Ryding M., Nørregaard P., Fenger C., Zeng X., Graakjær J., Ryan B., Wade-Martins R., Larsen M.R., and Meyer M. (2019). Perturbations in RhoA signalling cause altered migration and impaired neuritogenesis in human iPSC-derived neural cells with PARK2 mutation (Neurobiology of Disease, DOI.org/10.1016/j.nbd.2019.104581).

Bogetofte H., Jensen P., Ryding M., Schmidt S.I., Okarmus J., Ritter L., Worm C.S., Hohnholt M.C., Azevedo C., Roybon L., Bak L.K., Waagepetersen H., Ryan B.J., Wade-Martins R., Larsen M.R., Meyer M. (2019). PARK2 mutation causes metabolic disturbances and impaired survival of human iPSC-derived neurons (Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience, DOI.org/10.3389/fncel.2019.00297).

Okarmus J., Bogetofte H., Schmidt S.I., Ryding M., Lopez S.G., Martínez-Serrano A., Hyttel P., Meyer M. (2019) Lysosomal perturbations in dopaminergic neurons derived from induced pluripotent stem cells with PARK2 mutation (bioRxiv/2019/DOI.org/10.734244).

Hey S.M., Jensen P., Ryding M., Martines-Serrano A., Kristensen B.W., Meyer M. (2019). Non-hypoxic pharmacological stabilisation of Hypoxia Inducible Factor 1α: effects on dopaminergic differentiation of human neural stem cells (Eur. J. Neurosci.; DOI: 10.1111/ejn.14284).

Dreyer-Andersen N., Almeida A.S., Jensen P., Kamand M., Okarmus J., Rosenberg T., Friis S.D., Martínez Serrano A., Blaabjerg M., Kristensen B.W., Skrydstrup T., Gramsbergen J.B., Vieira H.L.A., Meyer M. (2018). Intermittent, low dose carbon monoxide exposure enhances survival and dopaminergic differentiation of human neural stem cells (PLoS ONE, 13, 1, s. e0191207).

Dindler A, Blaabjerg M, Kamand M, Bogetofte H, Meyer M. (2017). Activation of Group II metabotropic glutamate receptors increases proliferation but does not influence neuronal differentiation of a human neural stem cell line (Basic & Clin. Pharm. & Tox., DOI: 10.1111/bcpt.12920).

Johansen T, Krabbe C, Schmidt SI, Serrano AM, Meyer M. (2017). Comparative analysis of spontaneous and stimulus-evoked calcium transients in proliferating and differentiating human midbrain-derived stem cells (Stem Cells International, DOI: 10.1155/2017/9605432).

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University of Southern Denmark

Institute of Molecular Medicine

Department of Neurobiology Research

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