Publikationen

Selected Publications
(* both authors contributed equally)

Moinfar Z, Dambach H, Schoenebeck B, Förster E, Prochnow N, Faustmann PM. (2016). Estradiol receptors regulate differential connexion 43 expression in F98 and C6 glioma cell lines. PLoS One. Feb 26;11(2):e0150007. doi: 10.1371

Ismail FS, Moinfar Z, Prochnow N, Dambach H, Hinkerohe D, Haase CG, Förster E, Faustmann PM (2016). Dexamethasone and levetiracetam reduce hetero-celllular gap-junctional coupling between F98 glioma cells and glial cells in vitro. J Neurooncol. Nov 16. [Epub ahead of print]

Böttner M, Ghorbani P, Harde J, Barrenschee M, Hellwig I, Vogel I, Ebsen M, Förster E, Wedel T. (2014). Expression and regulation of reelin and its receptors in the enteric nervous system. Mol Cell Neurosci. 61:23-33.

Förster E (2014) Reelin, neuronal polarity and process orientation of cortical neurons Neuroscience 6, 269-102-11.

Meseke M, Rosenberger G, Förster E (2013) Reelin and the Cdc42/Rac1 guanine nucleotide exchange factor alphaPIX/Arhgef6 promote dendritic Golgi translocation in hippocampal neurons. Europ J Neurosci. 37, 1404-1412.

Meseke M, Cavus E, Förster E (2013) Reelin promotes microtubule dynamics in processes of developing neurons. Histochem Cell Biol. 139, 283-297.

Lindhorst T, Kurz H, Sibbe M, Meseke M, Förster E (2012). Congruence of vascular network remodeling and neuronal dispersion in the hippocampus of reelin-deficient mice. Histochem Cell Biol. 137, 629-39.

Förster E, Bock HH, Herz J, Chai X, Frotscher M, Zhao S (2010). Emerging topics in Reelin function. Eur J Neurosci. 31(9),1511-1518.

Sibbe M, Förster E, Basak O, Taylor V, Frotscher M (2009). Reelin and Notch1 cooperate in the development of the dentate gyrus. J Neurosci 29, 8578-8585.

Müller MC, Osswald M, Tinnes S, Häussler U, Jacobi A, Förster E, Frotscher M, Haas CA (2009). Exogenous reelin prevents granule cell dispersion in experimental epilepsy. Exp Neurol 216, 390-397

Frotscher M, Zhao S, Förster E (2007). Development of cell and fiber layers in the dentate gyrus. Prog Brain Res 163, 133-42.

Förster E, Zhao S, and Frotscher M (2006b). Recent progress in understanding the role of Reelin in radial neuronal migration, with specific emphasis to the dentate gyrus. Eur j Neurosci 23, 901-909.

Förster E, Zhao S, and Frotscher M (2006b). Laminating the hippocampus. Nat Rev Neurosci 7, 259-267.

Zhao S, Chai X, Förster E, Frotscher M (2004). Reelin is a positional signal for the lamination of dentate gyrus cells. Development 131, 5117-5125.

*Zhao S, *Förster E, Chai X, Frotscher M (2003). Different signals control laminar specificity of commissural and entorhinal fibers to the dentate gyrus. J. Neurosci. 23, 7351-7357.

Hartfuss E, Förster E, Bock HH, Hack MA, Leprince P, Luque JM, Herz J, Frotscher M, Götz M (2003). Reelin signaling to radial glia affects their morphology and biochemical maturation. Development 130, 4587-4596.

Frotscher M, Haas C, Förster E (2003). Reelin controls granule cell migration in the dentate gyrus by acting on the radial glial scaffold. Cereb Cortex 13, 634-640.

Bock HH, Jossin Y, Liu P, Förster E, May P, Goffinet AM, Herz J (2003). PI3-Kinase interacts with the adaptor protein Dab1 in response to Reelin signaling and is required for normal cortical lamination. J. Biol. Chem. 278, 38772-38779.

Arnaud L, Ballif B A, Förster E, Cooper J A (2003). Fyn tyrosine kinase is a critical regulator of Disabled-1 during brain development. Curr Biol 13, 9-17.

Weiss K-H, Johanssen C, Tielsch A, Saum B, Frotscher M, Förster E (2003). Malformation of the radial glial scaffold in the dentate gyrus of reeler mice, scrambler mice and ApoER2/VLDLR deficient mice. J Comp Neurol 460, 56-65.

Förster E, Tielsch A, Saum B, Weiss K-H, Johanssen C, Graus-Porta D, Müller U, Frotscher M (2002) Reelin, Disabled1, and b1-class integrins are required for the formation of the radial glial scaffold in the hippocampus. Proc Natl Acad Sci 99, 13178-13183.

Weeber EJ, Beffert U, Jones C, Christian JM, Förster E, Sweatt JD, Herz J (2002). Reelin and ApoE receptors cooperate to enhance hippocampal synaptic plasticity and learning. J Biol Chem 277, 39944-39952.

Förster E, Zhao S, Frotscher M (2001). Hyaluronan-associated adhesive cues control fiber segregation in the hippocampus. Development 128, 3029-3039.

Ceranik K, Deng J, Heimrich B, Lübke J, Shanting Z, Förster E and Frotscher M (1999). Hippocampal Cajal-Retzius cells project to the entorhinal cortex: retrograde tracing and intracellular labelling studies. Europ J Neurosci 11, 4278-4290.

Deller T, Drakew A, Heimrich B, Förster E, Tielsch A and Frotscher M (1999). The hippocampus of the reeler mutant mouse: fiber segregation in area CA1 depends on the position of the postsynaptic target cells. Exp Neurol 156, 254-267.

Förster E, Kaltschmidt C, Deng J, Cremer H, Deller T, Frotscher M (1998). Lamina-specific cell adhesion on living slices of hippocampus. Development 125, 3399-3410.

Förster E, Naumann T, Deller T, Straube A, Nitsch R, Frotscher M (1997). Cholinergic sprouting in the rat fascia dentata after entorhinal lesion is not linked to early changes in neurotrophin messenger RNA expression. Neuroscience 80, 731-739.

Del Rio JA, Heimrich B, Borrell V, Förster E, Drakew A, Alcántara S, Nakajima K, Miyata T, Ogawa M, Mikoshiba K, Derer P, Frotscher M, Soriano E (1997). A role for Cajal-Retzius cells and reelin in the development of hippocampal connections. Nature 385, 70-74