Bettina K Klaussner

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Homer proteins mediate molecular rearrangements leading to changes in spine morphology. This points to a role of Homer in learning and memory. Homer 1c features both the ligand binding domain and a coiled-coiled domain for self-multimerization. Homer 1a lacks the coiled-coiled domain. Here, we report a new isoform which we termed 1g, lacking the Homer(More)
Aspartoacylase metabolizes N-acetylaspartic acid to produce L-aspartate and acetate. An aspartoacylase deficiency in humans is responsible for Canavan disease, a lethal autosomal recessive leukodystrophy. The role of aspartoacylase in the mammalian brain is unclear. Here we have generated and characterized a highly specific polyclonal antibody against(More)
Cerebral ischaemia induces transcriptional changes in a number of pathophysiologically important genes. Here we have systematically studied gene expression changes after 90 min and 24 h of permanent focal ischaemia in the mouse by an advanced fragment display technique (restriction-mediated differential display). We identified 56 transcriptionally altered(More)
Studies of gene expression changes after cerebral ischemia can provide novel insight into ischemic pathophysiology. Here we describe application of restriction-mediated differential display to screening for differentially expressed genes after focal cerebral ischemia. This method combines the nonredundant generation of biotin-labeled fragment sets with the(More)
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