ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-090120-6
Tarbashevich, Katsiyarina
Email: k.tarbashevich@uni-muenster.de
Affiliation: Raz Lab
Address: Institute of Cell Biology Center for Molecular Biology of Inflammation Von-Esmarchstr. 56Munster Munster, D-48149 Germany
Country: Germany


Westerich, K.J., Reinecke, S., Emich, J., Wyrwoll, M.J., Stallmeyer, B., Meyer, M., Oud, M.S., Fietz, D., Pilatz, A., Kliesch, S., Reichman-Fried, M., Tarbashevich, K., Limon, T., Stehling, M., Friedrich, C., Tüttelmann, F., Raz, E. (2023) Linking human Dead end 1 (DND1) variants to male infertility employing zebrafish embryos. Human reproduction (Oxford, England). 38(4):655-670
Truszkowski, L., Batur, D., Long, H., Tarbashevich, K., Vos, B.E., Trappmann, B., Raz, E. (2022) Primordial germ cells adjust their protrusion type while migrating in different tissue contexts in vivo. Development (Cambridge, England). 150(2):
Labbaf, Z., Petratou, K., Ermlich, L., Backer, W., Tarbashevich, K., Reichman-Fried, M., Luschnig, S., Schulte-Merker, S., Raz, E. (2022) A robust and tunable system for targeted cell ablation in developing embryos. Developmental Cell. 57(16):2026-2040.e5
Grimaldi, C., Schumacher, I., Boquet-Pujadas, A., Tarbashevich, K., Vos, B.E., Bandemer, J., Schick, J., Aalto, A., Olivo-Marin, J.C., Betz, T., Raz, E. (2020) E-cadherin focuses protrusion formation at the front of migrating cells by impeding actin flow. Nature communications. 11:5397
Skvortsova, K., Tarbashevich, K., Stehling, M., Lister, R., Irimia, M., Raz, E., Bogdanovic, O. (2019) Retention of paternal DNA methylome in the developing zebrafish germline. Nature communications. 10:3054
Pfeiffer, J., Tarbashevich, K., Bandemer, J., Palm, T., Raz, E. (2018) Rapid progression through the cell cycle ensures efficient migration of primordial germ cells - the role of Hsp90. Developmental Biology. 436(2):84-93
Gross-Thebing, T., Yigit, S., Pfeiffer, J., Reichman-Fried, M., Bandemer, J., Ruckert, C., Rathmer, C., Goudarzi, M., Stehling, M., Tarbashevich, K., Seggewiss, J., Raz, E. (2017) The Vertebrate Protein Dead End Maintains Primordial Germ Cell Fate by Inhibiting Somatic Differentiation. Developmental Cell. 43:704-715.e5
Goudarzi, M., Tarbashevich, K., Mildner, K., Begemann, I., Garcia, J., Paksa, A., Reichman-Fried, M., Mahabaleshwar, H., Blaser, H., Hartwig, J., Zeuschner, D., Galic, M., Bagnat, M., Betz, T., Raz, E. (2017) Bleb Expansion in Migrating Cells Depends on Supply of Membrane from Cell Surface Invaginations. Developmental Cell. 43(5):577-587.e5
Otten, A.B., Theunissen, T.E., Derhaag, J.G., Lambrichs, E.H., Boesten, I.B., Winandy, M., van Montfoort, A.P., Tarbashevich, K., Raz, E., Gerards, M., Vanoevelen, J.M., van den Bosch, B.J., Muller, M., Smeets, H.J. (2016) Differences in Strength and Timing of the mtDNA Bottleneck between Zebrafish Germline and Non-germline Cells. Cell Reports. 16(3):622-30
Paksa, A., Bandemer, J., Hoeckendorf, B., Razin, N., Tarbashevich, K., Minina, S., Meyen, D., Biundo, A., Leidel, S.A., Peyrieras, N., Gov, N.S., Keller, P.J., Raz, E. (2016) Repulsive cues combined with physical barriers and cell-cell adhesion determine progenitor cell positioning during organogenesis. Nature communications. 7:11288
Tulotta, C., Stefanescu, C., Beletkaia, E., Bussmann, J., Tarbashevich, K., Schmidt, T., Snaar-Jagalska, B.E. (2016) Inhibition of signaling between human CXCR4 and zebrafish ligands by the small molecule IT1t impairs the formation of triple-negative breast cancer early metastases in a zebrafish xenograft model. Disease models & mechanisms. 9(2):141-53
Tarbashevich, K., Reichman-Fried, M., Grimaldi, C., Raz, E. (2015) Chemokine-Dependent pH Elevation at the Cell Front Sustains Polarity in Directionally Migrating Zebrafish Germ Cells. Current biology : CB. 25(8):1096-103
Meyen, D., Tarbashevich, K., Banisch, T.U., Wittwer, C., Reichman-Fried, M., Maugis, B., Grimaldi, C., Messerschmidt, E.M., Raz, E. (2015) Dynamic filopodia are required for chemokine-dependent intracellular polarization during guided cell migration in vivo. eLIFE. 4
Hartwig, J., Tarbashevich, K., Seggewiß, J., Stehling, M., Bandemer, J., Grimaldi, C., Paksa, A., Groß-Thebing, T., Meyen, D., Raz, E. (2014) Temporal control over the initiation of cell motility by a regulator of G-protein signaling. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111(31):11389-94
Stückemann, T., Wegleiter, T., Stefan, E., Nägele, O., Tarbashevich, K., Böck, G., Raz, E., and Aanstad, P. (2012) Zebrafish Cxcr4a determines the proliferative response to Hedgehog signalling. Development (Cambridge, England). 139(15):2711-2720
Mahabaleshwar, H., Tarbashevich, K., Nowak, M., Brand, M., and Raz, E. (2012) beta-arrestin control of late endosomal sorting facilitates decoy receptor function and chemokine gradient formation. Development (Cambridge, England). 139(16):2897-2902
Goudarzi, M., Banisch, T.U., Mobin, M.B., Maghelli, N., Tarbashevich, K., Strate, I., van den Berg, J., Blaser, H., Bandemer, S., Paluch, E., Bakkers, J., Toli-Nørrelykke, I.M., and Raz, E. (2012) Identification and Regulation of a Molecular Module for Bleb-Based Cell Motility. Developmental Cell. 23(1):210-218
Boldajipour, B., Doitsidou, M., Tarbashevich, K., Laguri, C., Yu, S.R., Ries, J., Dumstrei, K., Thelen, S., Dörries, J., Messerschmidt, E.M., Thelen, M., Schwille, P., Brand, M., Lortat-Jacob, H., and Raz, E. (2011) Cxcl12 evolution - subfunctionalization of a ligand through altered interaction with the chemokine receptor. Development (Cambridge, England). 138(14):2909-2914
Koebernick, K., Loeber, J., Arthur, P.K., Tarbashevich, K., and Pieler, T. (2010) Elr-type proteins protect Xenopus Dead end mRNA from miR-18-mediated clearance in the soma. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 107(37):16148-16153