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Selected Publications Energy homeostasis

  • Herzog, W., Sonntag, C., Walderich, B., Odenthal, J., Maischein, H.-M., Tuebingen 2000 screen consortium and Hammerschmidt, M. (2004). Genetic analysis of adenohypophysis formation in zebrafish. Mol. Endocrinol. 18: 1185-1195.
  • Herzog, W., Sonntag. C., Roehl, H. H., Varga, Z. and Hammerschmidt, M. (2004). Fgf3 signaling from the ventral diencephalon is required for early specification and subsequent survival of the zebrafish adenohypophysis. Development 131: 3681-3692.
  • Nica, G., Herzog, W., Sonntag, C. and Hammerschmidt, M. (2004). Zebrafish pit1 mutants lack three pituitary cell types and develop severe dwarfism. Mol. Endocrinol. 18: 1196-1209.
  • Nica, G., Herzog, W., Sonntag, C., Nowak, M., Schwarz, H., Zapata, A.G. and Hammerschmidt, M. (2006). Eya1 is required for lineage-specific differentiation, but not for cell survival in the zebrafish adenohypophysis. Dev. Biol. 292: 189-204
  • Pogoda, H.-M., von der Hardt, S., Herzog, W., Kramer, C., Schwarz, H. and Hammerschmidt, M. (2006). The proneural gene ascl1a is required for endocrine differentiation and cell survival in the zebrafish adenohypophysis. Development 133: 1079-1089
  • Pogoda, H.-M. and Hammerschmidt, M. (2009). How to make a teleost adenohypophysis: molecular pathways of pituitary development in zebrafish. Mol. Cell. Endocrinol. 312: 2-13
  • Löhr, H. and Hammerschmidt, M. (2011). Zebrafish in the endocrine systems – recent advances and implications for human disease. Annu. Rev. Physiol. 73: 183-211
  • Liu, F., Pogoda, H.-M., Pearson, C.A., Ohyama, K., Löhr, H., Hammerschmidt, M.* and Placzek, M.* (2013).  Direct and indirect roles of Fgf3 and Fgf10 in innervation and vascularisation of the vertebrate hypothalamic neurohypophysis. Development 140: 1111-1122  (*joint corresponding authors)
  • Miyares, R.L., Stein, C., Renisch, B., Anderson, J.L., Hammerschmidt, M.* and Farber, S.A.* (2013). Long-chain Acyl-CoA synthetase regulates Smad activity and dorsoventral patterning in the zebrafish embryo. Dev. Cell 27: 635-647  (*joint corresponding authors)
  • Leibold, S. and Hammerschmidt, M. (2015). Long-term hyperphagia and caloric restriction caused by low- or high-density husbandry have differential effects on zebrafish postembryonic development, somatic growth, fat accumulation and reproduction.
  • Löhr, H., Hess, S., Pereira, MMA., Reinoß, P., Leibold, .S, Schenkel, C., Wunderlich, C.M., Kloppenburg, P., Brüning, J.C., Hammerschmidt M. (2018). Diet-Induced Growth Is Regulated via Acquired Leptin Resistance and Engages a Pomc-Somatostatin-Growth Hormone Circuit. Cell Rep. 2018 May 8;23(6):1728-1741.