Geeske  van Woerden

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Dr. Geeske van Woerden (GM)

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1. TAOK1 is associated with neurodevelopmental disorder and essential for neuronal maturation and cortical development.

van Woerden GM, Bos M, de Konink C, Distel B, Trezza RA, Shur NE, Barañano K, Mahida S, Chassevent A, Schreiber A, Erwin AL, Gripp KW, Rehman F, Brulleman S, Mc Cormack R, de Geus G, Kalsner L, Sorlin A, Bruel AL, Koolen DA, Gabriel MK, Rossi M, Fitzpatrick DR, Wilkie AOM, Calpena E, Johnson D, Brooks A, van Slegtenhorst M, Fleischer J, Groepper D, Lindstrom K, Micheil Innes A, Goodwin A, Humberson J, Noyes A, Langley KG, Telegrafi A, Blevins A, Hoffman J, Guillen Sacoto MJ, Juusola J, Monaghan KG, Punj S, Simon M, Pfundt R, Elgersma Y, Kleefstra T
in Human mutation 2021

2. Role of calcium/calmodulin-dependent kinase 2 in neurodevelopmental disorders.

3. RHEB/mTOR hyperactivity causes cortical malformations and epileptic seizures through increased axonal connectivity.

4. CaMKII controls neuromodulation via neuropeptide gene expression and axonal targeting of neuropeptide vesicles.

Moro A, van Woerden GM, Toonen RF, Verhage M
in PLoS biology 2020

5. Assessing the requirements of prenatal UBE3A expression for rescue of behavioral phenotypes in a mouse model for Angelman syndrome.

6. Loss of nuclear UBE3A causes electrophysiological and behavioral deficits in mice and is associated with Angelman syndrome.

in Nature neuroscience 2019

7. Measuring Electroencephalography: The Ups and Downs of Delta and Beta Bands as Biomarkers for 15q11-q13-Related Disorders.

8. The role of ubiquitin ligase E3A in polarized contact guidance and rescue strategies in UBE3A-deficient hippocampal neurons

Tonazzini I, Van Woerden GM, Mientjes EJ, Elgersma Y, Cecchini M
in Mol Autism 2019

9. Netrin-G2 dysfunction causes a Rett-like phenotype with areflexia

Heimer G, Van Woerden GM, Barel O, Marek-Yagel D, Kol N, Munting JB, Borghei M, Atawneh OM, Nissenkom A, Rechavi G, Anikster Y, Elgersma Y, Kushner SA, Ben Zeev B
in Hum Mutat 2019

10. The Wnt/Ca2+ pathway is involved in interneuronal communication mediated by tunneling nanotubes

Vargas JY, Loria F, Wu YJ, Córdoba G, Nonaka T, Bellow S, Syan S, Hasegawa M, Van Woerden GM, Trollet C, Zurzolo C
in EMBO J 2019
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