Key publications


  1. van Oosterhout F, Michel S, Deboer T, Houben T, van de Ven RCG, Albus H, Westerhout J, Vansteensel MJ, Ferrari MD, van den Maagdenberg AMJM, Meijer JH. Enhanced circadian phase resetting in R192Q Ca(v)2.1 calcium channel migraine mice. Annals of neurology 2008-Sep-30;64(3):315-324. (pubmed)
  2. Wouda RR, Bansraj MRKS, de Jong AWM, Noordermeer JN, Fradkin LG. Src family kinases are required for WNT5 signaling through the Derailed/RYK receptor in the Drosophila embryonic central nervous system. Development 2008-Jul-01;135(13):2277-2287. (pubmed)
  3. Fradkin LG, Baines RA, van der Plas MC, Noordermeer JN. The dystrophin dp186 isoform regulates neurotransmitter release at a central synapse in Drosophila. Journal of neuroscience 2008-May-07;28(19):5105-5114. (pubmed)
  4. Hampp G, Ripperger JA, Houben T, Schmutz I, Blex C, Perreau-Lenz S, Brunk I, Spanagel R, Ahnert-Hilger G, Meijer JH, Albrecht U. Regulation of monoamine oxidase a by circadian-clock components implies clock influence on mood. Current biology 2008-May-06;18(9):678-683. (pubmed)
  5. Yao Y, Wu Y, Yin C, Ozawa R, Aigaki T, Wouda RR, Noordermeer JN, Fradkin LG, Hing H. Antagonistic roles of Wnt5 and the Drl receptor in patterning the Drosophila antennal lobe. Nature neuroscience 2007-Nov-30;10(11):1423-1432. (pubmed)
  6. VanderLeest HT, Houben T, Michel S, Deboer T, Albus H, Vansteensel MJ, Block GD, Meijer JH. Seasonal encoding by the circadian pacemaker of the SCN. Current biology 2007-Mar-06;17(5):468-473. (pubmed)
  7. van der Plas MC, Pilgram GSK, Plomp JJ, de Jong A, Fradkin LG, Noordermeer JN. Dystrophin is required for appropriate retrograde control of neurotransmitter release at the Drosophila neuromuscular junction. Journal of neuroscience 2006-Jan-04;26(1):333-344. (pubmed)
  8. Itri JN, Michel S, Vansteensel MJ, Meijer JH, Colwell CS. Fast delayed rectifier potassium current is required for circadian neural activity. Nature neuroscience 2005-May-31;8(5):650-656. (pubmed)
  9. Deboer T, Vansteensel MJ, Detari L, Meijer JH. Sleep states alter activity of suprachiasmatic nucleus neurons. Nature neuroscience 2003-Oct-31;6(10):1086-1090. (pubmed)