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Reinhard, Eva
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Address: Biozentrum der Universitat Basel Klingelberg 70 Basel, 4056 Switzerland
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PUBLICATIONS
Roth, L.W.A., Bormann, P., Widerkehr, C., and Reinhard, E. (1999) β-Thymosin, a modulator of the actin cytoskeleton is increased in regenerating retinal ganglion cells. The European journal of neuroscience. 11(10):3488-3498
Roth, L.W., Bormann, P., Bonnet, A., and Reinhard, E. (1999) ß-thymosin is required for axonal tract formation in developing zebrafish brain. Development (Cambridge, England). 126(7):1365-1374
Bormann, P., Roth, L.W., Andel, D., Ackermann, M., and Reinhard, E. (1999) zfNLRR, a novel leucine-rich repeat protein is preferentially expressed during regeneration in zebrafish. Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience. 13(3):167-179
Becker, T., R.R. Bernhardt, E. Reinhard, M.F. Wullimann, E. Tongiorgi, and M. Schachner (1998) Readiness of zebrafish brain neurons to regenerate a spinal axon correlates with differential expression of specific cell recognition molecules. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience. 18:5789-5803
Bormann, P., Zumsteg, V.M., Roth, L.W.A., and Reinhard, E. (1998) Target contact regulates GAP-43 and alpha-tubulin mRNA levels in regenerating retinal ganglion cells. Journal of neuroscience research. 52:405-419
Reinhard, E., Yokoe, H., Niebling, K.R., Allbritton, N.L., Kuhn, M.A., and Meyer, T. (1995) Localized calcium signals in early zebrafish development. Developmental Biology. 170:50-61
Reinhard, E., Nedivi, E., Wegner, J., Skene, J.H.P., and Westerfield, M. (1994) Neural selective activation and temporal regulation of a mammalian GAP-43 promoter in zebrafish. Development (Cambridge, England). 120:1767-1775
Reinhard, E. and Skene, J.H. (1992) Multiple elements may be used for regulation of the GAP-43 gene in different cell-types. Perspect. Dev. Neurobiol.. 1:29-37

NON-ZEBRAFISH PUBLICATIONS