Group Leader

Dr. Thomas Boehm
Dr. Thomas Boehm
Senior Group Leader & Managing Director
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Lab Thomas Boehm

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Laboratory Thomas Boehm

Publications

  1. 2020
    Lawir, D.-F.; Hess, I.; Sikora, K.; Iwanami, N.; Siamishi, I.; Schorpp, M.; Boehm, T.: Evolutionary transition from degenerate to nonredundant cytokine signaling networks supporting intrathymic T cell development. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2020)
  2. Siamishi, I.; Iwanami, N.; Clapes, T.; Trompouki, E.; O'Meara, C. P.; Boehm, T.: Lymphocyte-Specific Function of the DNA Plymerase Epsilon Subunit Pole3 Revealed by Neomorphic Alleles. Cell Reports 31, p. 107756 (2020)
  3. Swann, J.; Holland, S. J.; Petersen, M.; Pietsch, T. W.; Boehm, T.: The immunogenetics of sexual parasitism. Science, p. eaaz9445 (2020)
  4. Trancoso, I.; Ryo, M.; Boehm, T.: Co-evolution of mutagenic genome deditors and vertebrate adaptive immunity. Current Opinion in Immunology 65, pp. 32 - 41 (2020)
  5. 2018
    Boehm, T.; Hirano, M.; Holland, S. J.; Das, S.; Schorpp, M.; Cooper, M. D.: Evolution of Alternative Adaptive Immune Systems in Vertebrates. Annual Review of Immunology 36, pp. 19 - 42 (2018)
  6. Gahr, C. L.; Boehm, T.; Milinski, M.: Female assortative mate choice functionally validates synthesized male odours of evolving stickleback river–lake ecotypes. Biology Letters 14 (12), 20180730 (2018)
  7. Hirakawa, M.; Nagakubo, D.; Kanzler, B.; Avilov, S.; Krauth, B.; Happe, C.; Swann, J. B.; Nusser, A.; Boehm, T.: Fundamental parameters of the developing thymic epithelium in the mouse. Scientific Reports 8, p. 11095 (2018)
  8. Holland, S. J.; Berghuis, L. M.; King, J. J.; Iyer, L. M.; Sikora, K.; Fifield, H.; Peter, S.; Quinlan, E. M.; Sugahara, F.; Shingate, P. et al.; Trancoso, I.; Iwanami, N.; Temereva, E.; Strohmeier, C.; Kuratani, S.; Venkatesh, B.; Evanno, G.; Aravind, L.; Schorpp, M.; Larijani, M.; Boehm, T.: Expansions, diversification, and interindividual copy number variations of AID/APOBEC family cytidine deaminase genes in lampreys. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 115, pp. e3211 - e3220 (2018)
  9. Krishnan, A.; Iyer, L. M.; Holland, S. J.; Boehm, T.; Aravind, L.: Diversification of AID/APOBEC-like deaminases in metazoa: multiplicity of clades and widespread roles in immunity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 115, pp. E3201 - E3210 (2018)
  10. Tenno, M.; Kojo, S.; Lawir, D.-F.; Hess, I.; Shiroguchi, K.; Ebihara, T.; Endo, T. A.; Muroi, S.; Satoh, R.; Kawamoto, H. et al.; Boehm, T.; Taniuchi, I.: Cbfβ2 controls differentiation of and confers homing capacity to prethymic progenitors. Journal of Experimental Medicine 215, pp. 595 - 610 (2018)
  11. Woopen, C.; Straub, T.; Schweier, O.; Aichele, U.; Düker, K.; Boehm, T.; Pircher, H.: Immunological tolerance to LCMV antigens differently affects control of acute and chronic virus infection in mice. European Journal of Immunology 48, pp. 120 - 127 (2018)
  12. 2017
    Iwanami, N.; Hess, I.; Schorpp, M.; Boehm, T.: Studying the adaptive immune system in zebrafish by transplantation of hematopoietic precursor cells. Methods in Cell Biology, pp. 151 - 161 (2017)
  13. Nagakubo, D.; Krauth, B.; Boehm, T.: Genetic and non-genetic determinants of thymic epithelial cell number and function. Scientific Reports 7, p. 10314 - 10314 (2017)
  14. Nagakubo, D.; Swann, J.; Birmelin, S.; Boehm, T.: Autoimmunity associated with chemically induced thymic dysplasia. International Immunology 29, pp. 385 - 390 (2017)
  15. Swann, J.; Happe, C.; Boehm, T.: Elevated levels of Wnt signaling disrupt thymus morphogenesis and function. Scientific Reports 7, pp. 785 - 902 (2017)
  16. Swann, J.; Krauth, B.; Happe, C.; Boehm, T.: Cooperative interaction of BMP signalling and Foxn1 gene dosage determines the size fo the functionally active thymic epithelial compartment. Scientific Reports 7, pp. 8492 - 8496 (2017)
  17. 2016
    Boehm, T.: Form follows function, function follows form: how lymphoid tissues enable and constrain immune reactions. Immunological Reviews 27, pp. 4 - 9 (2016)
  18. Iwanami, N.; Sikora, K.; Richter, A. S.; Mönnich, M.; Guerri, L.; Soza-Ried, C.; Lawir, D.-F.; Mateos, F.; Hess, I.; O’Meara, C. P. et al.; Schorpp, M.; Boehm, T.: Forward Genetic Screens in Zebrafish Identify Pre-mRNA-Processing Pathways Regulating Early T Cell Development. Cell Reports 17, pp. 2259 - 2270 (2016)
  19. 2015
    Hess, I.; Boehm, T.: Stable multilineage xenogeneic replacement of definitive hematopoiesis in adult zebrafish. Scientific Reports 6, p. 19634 (2015)
  20. 2014
    Boehm, T.; Swann, J.: Origin and Evolution of Adaptive Immunity. Annual Review of Animal BioScience 2, pp. 259 - 283 (2014)
  21. Das, S.; Li, J.; Holland, S. J.; Iyer, L. M.; Hirano, M.; Schorrp, M.; Aravind, L.; Cooper, M. D.; Boehm, T.: Genomic donor cassette sharing during VLRA and VLRC assembly in jawless vertebrates. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 111, pp. 14828 - 14833 (2014)
  22. Holland, S. J.; Gao, M.; Hirano, M.; Iyer, L. M.; Luo, M.; Schorpp, M.; Cooper, M. D.; Aravind, L.; Mariuzza, R. A.; Boehm, T.: Selection of the lamprey VLRC antigen receptor repertoire. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, pp. 14834 - 14839 (2014)
  23. Swann, J. B.; Weyn, A.; Nagakubo, D.; Bleul, C. C.; Toyoda, A.; Happe, C.; Netuschil, N.; Hess, I.; Haas-Assenbaum, A.; Taniguchi, Y. et al.; Schorpp, M.; Boehm, T.: Conversion of the Thymus into a Bipotent Lymphoid Organ by Replacement of Foxn1 with its Paralog Foxn4. Cell Reports 8, pp. 1184 - 1197 (2014)
  24. Venkatesh, B.; Lee, A. P.; Ravi, V.; Maurya, A. K.; Korzh, V.; Lim, Z. W.; Ingham, P. W.; Boehm, T.; Brenner, S.; Warren, W. C.: On the Origin of SCPP genes. Evolution and Development 16, pp. 125 - 126 (2014)
  25. Venkatesh, B.; Lee, A. P.; Ravi, V.; Maurya, A. K.; Lian, M. M.; Swann, J. B.; Ohta, Y.; Flajnik, M. F.; Sutoh, Y.; Kasahara, M. et al.; Hoon, S.; Gangu, V.; Roy, S. W.; Irimia, M.; Korzh, V.; Kondrychyn, I.; Lim, Z. W.; Tay, B.-H.; Tohari, S.; Kong, K. W.; Ho, S.; Lorente-Galdos, B.; Quilez, J.; Marques-Bonet, T.; Raney, B. J.; Ingham, P. W.; Tay, A.; Hillier, L. W.; Minx, P.; Boehm, T.; Wilson, R. K.; Brenner, S.; Warren, W. C.: Elephant shark genome provides unique insights into gnathostome evolution. Nature 505, pp. 174 - 179 (2014)
  26. 2013
    Boehm, T.: Sensory Biology. Nature 496, pp. 304 - 305 (2013)
  27. Boehm, T.: Same Function, Different Origins: Multipotent Stromal Precursors in Lymphoid Tissue. Cell Stem Cell 12, pp. 501 - 503 (2013)
  28. Boehm, T.; Swann, J. B.: Thymus involution and regeneration: two sides of the same coin? Naure Reviews Immunology 13, pp. 831 - 838 (2013)
  29. Das, S.; Hirano, M.; Aghaallaei, N.; Bajoghli, B.; Boehm, T.; Cooper, M. D.: Organization of lamprey variable lymphocyte receptor C locus and repertoire development. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Uzs.A. 110, pp. 6043 - 6048 (2013)
  30. Hess, I.; Iwanami, N.; Schorpp, M.; Boehm, T.: Zebrafish model for allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation not requiring preconditioning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Uzs.A. 110, pp. 4327 - 4332 (2013)
  31. Hirano, M.; Guo, P.; McCurley, N.; Schorpp, M.; Das, S.; Boehm, T.; Cooper, M. D.: Evolutionary implications of a third lymphocyte lineage in lampreys. Nature 501, pp. 435 - 438 (2013)
  32. Milinski, M.; Croy, I.; Hummel, T.; Boehm, T.: Major histocompatibility complex peptide ligands as olfactory cues in human body odour assessment. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 280, pp. 1 - 7 (2013)
  33. 2012
    Boehm, T.: Caught in the Act: Reprogramming of Adipocytes into Lymph-Node Stroma. Immunity 37, pp. 596 - 598 (2012)
  34. Boehm, T.: Evolution of Vertebrate Immunity. Current Biology 22, pp. R722 - R732 (2012)
  35. Boehm, T.: Self-renewal of thymocytes in the absence of competitive precursor replenishment. The Journal of Experimental Medicine 209, pp. 1397 - 1400 (2012)
  36. Boehm, T.; Hess, I.; Swann, J. B.: Evolution of lymphoid tissues. Trends in Immunology 33, pp. 315 - 321 (2012)
  37. Boehm, T.; Iwanami, N.; Hess, I.: Evolution of the Immune System in the Lower Vertebrates. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics 13, pp. 127 - 149 (2012)
  38. Boehm, T.; McCurley, N.; Sutoh, Y.; Schorpp, M.; Kasahara, M.; Cooper, M. D.: VLR-Based Adaptive Immunity. Annual Review of Immunology 30, pp. 203 - 220 (2012)
  39. Calderon, L.; Boehm, T.: Synergistic, Context-Dependent, and Hierarchical Functions of Epithelial Components in Thymic Microenvironments. Cell 149, pp. 159 - 172 (2012)
  40. Hess, I.; Boehm, T.: Intravital Imaging of Thymopoiesis Reveals Dynamic Lympho-Epithelial Interactions. Immunity 36, pp. 298 - 309 (2012)
  41. Rode, I.; Boehm, T.: Regenerative capacity of adult cortical thymic epithelial cells. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 109, pp. 3463 - 3468 (2012)
  42. 2011
    Bajoghli, B.; Guo, P.; Aghaallaei, N.; Hirano, M.; Strohmeier, C.; McCurley, N.; Bockman, D. E.; Schorpp, M.; Cooper, M. D.; Boehm, T.: A thymus candidate in lampreys. Nature 470, pp. 90 - 94 (2011)
  43. Boehm, T.: Design principles of adaptive immune systems. Nature Reviews: Immunology 11, pp. 307 - 317 (2011)
  44. Calderon, L.; Boehm, T.: Three chemokine receptors cooperatively regulate homing of hematopoietic progenitors to the embryonic mouse thymus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 108, pp. 7517 - 7522 (2011)
  45. Iwanami, N.; Mateos, F.; Hess, I.; Riffel, N.; Soza-Ried, C.; Schorpp, M.; Boehm, T.: Genetic Evidence for an Evolutionarily Conserved Role of IL-7 Signaling in T Cell Development of Zebrafish. The Jounal of Immunology 186, pp. 7060 - 7066 (2011)
  46. 2010
    Aghaallaei, N.; Bajoghli, B.; Schwarz, H.; Schorpp, M.; Boehm, T.: Characterization of mononuclear phagocytic cells in medaka fish transgenic for a cxcr3a:gfp reporter. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 107, pp. 18079 - 18084 (2010)
  47. Corbeaux, T.; Hess, I.; Swann, J. B.; Kanzler, B.; Haas-Assenbaum, A.; Boehm, T.: Thymopoiesis in mice depends on a Foxn1-positive thymic epithelial cell lineage. The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 107, pp. 16613 - 16618 (2010)
  48. Milinski, M.; Griffiths, S. W.; Reusch, T. B. H.; Boehm, T.: Costly major histocompatibility complex signals produced only by reproductively active males, but not females, must be validated by a "maleness signal" in three-spined sticklebacks. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 277, pp. 391 - 398 (2010)
  49. Soza-Ried, C.; Hess, I.; Netuschil, N.; Schorpp, M.; Boehm, T.: Essential role of c-myb in definitive hematopoiesis is evolutionarily conserved. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 107, pp. 17304 - 17308 (2010)
  50. 2009
    Aghaallaei, N.; Takagi, A.; Boehm, T.; Bajoghli, B.: Genetic Evidence for Monozygotic Twinning in Medaka Fish. Molecular & Reproductive Development 76, p. 430 - 430 (2009)
  51. Bajoghli, B.; Aghaallaei, N.; Hess, I.; Rode, I.; Netuschil, N.; Tay, B.-H.; Venkatesh, B.; Yu, J.-K.; Kaltenbach, S. L.; Holland, N. D. et al.; Diekhoff, D.; Happe, C.; Schorpp, M.; Boehm, T.: Evolution of Genetic Networks Underlying the Emergence of Thymopoiesis in Vertebrates. Cell 138, pp. 186 - 197 (2009)
  52. Boehm, T.: The adaptive phenotype of cortical thymic epithelial cells. European Journal of Immunology 39, pp. 944 - 947 (2009)
  53. Boehm, T.: One problem, two solutions. Nature Immunology 10, pp. 811 - 813 (2009)
  54. Leinders-Zufall, T.; Ishii, T.; Mombaerts, P.; Zufall, F.; Boehm, T.: Structural requirements for the activation of vomeronasal sensory neurons by MHC peptides. Nature Neuroscience 12, pp. 1551 - 1558 (2009)
  55. Pannicke, U.; Hönig, M.; Hess, I.; Friesen, C.; Holzmann, K.; Rump, E.-M.; Barth, T. F.; Rojewski, M. T.; Schulz, A.; Boehm, T. et al.; Friedrich, W.; Schwarz, K.: Reticular dysgenesis (aleukocytosis) is caused by mutations in the gene encoding mitochondrial adenylate kinase 2. Nature Genetics 41, pp. 101 - 105 (2009)
  56. Swann, J. B.; Boehm, T.: Everything in its Place. Immunity 31, pp. 856 - 858 (2009)
  57. 2008
    Boehm, T.: Thymus development and function. Current Opinion in Immunology 20, pp. 178 - 184 (2008)
  58. Martins, V.; Boehm, T.; Bleul, C.: Ltβr Signaling Does Not Regulate Aire-Dependent Transcripts in Medullary Thymic Epithelial Cells. The Journal of Immunology 181, pp. 400 - 407 (2008)
  59. Soza-Ried, C.; Bleul, C. C.; Schorpp, M.; Boehm, T.: Maintenance of Thymic Epithelial Phenotype Requires Extrinsic Signals in Mouse and Zebrafish. The Journal of Immunology 181, pp. 5272 - 5277 (2008)
  60. 2007
    Boehm, T.: Two in one: dual function of an invertebrate antigen receptor. Nature Immunology 8, pp. 1031 - 1033 (2007)
  61. Boehm, T.; Bleul, C. C.: The evolutionary history of lymphoid organs. Nature Immunology 8 (2), pp. 131 - 135 (2007)
  62. Swann, J.; Boehm, T.: Back to the beginning - the quest for thymic epithelial stem cells. European Journal of Immunology 37, pp. 2364 - 2366 (2007)
  63. 2006
    Bleul, C. C.; Corbeaux, T.; Reuter, A.; Fisch, P.; Mönting Schulte, J.; Boehm, T.: Formation of a functional thymus initiated by a postnatal epithelial progenitor cell. Nature 441, pp. 992 - 996 (2006)
  64. Boehm, T.: Quality Control in Self/Nonself Discrimination. Cell 125, pp. 845 - 858 (2006)
  65. Boehm, T.: Co-evolution of a primordial peptide-presentation system and cellular immunity. Nature Reviews Immunology 6, pp. 79 - 84 (2006)
  66. Boehm, T.; Bleul, C. C.: Thymus-homing precursors and the thymic microenvironment. Trends in Immunology 27, pp. 477 - 484 (2006)
  67. Boehm, T.; Zufall, F.: MHC peptides and the sensory evaluation of genotype. Trends in Neuroscience 29, pp. 100 - 107 (2006)
  68. Shorpp, M.; Bialecki, M.; Diekhoff, D.; Walderich, B.; Odenthal, J.; Maischein, H.-M.; Zapata, A. G.; Boehm, T.: Conserved Functions of Ikaros in Vertebrate Lymphocyte Development: Genetic Evidence for Distinct Larval and Adult Phases of T Cell Development and Two Lineages of B Cells in Zebrafish. The Journal of Immunology 177, pp. 2463 - 2476 (2006)
  69. Spehr, M.; Kelliher, K. R.; Li, X.-H.; Boehm, T.; Leinders-Zufall, T.; Zufall, F.: Essential Role of the Main Olfactory System in Social Recognition of Major Histocompatibility Complex Peptide Ligands. The Journal of Neuroscience 26, pp. 1961 - 1970 (2006)
  70. Terszowski, G.; Müller, S. M.; Bleul, C. C.; Blum, C.; Schirmbeck, R.; Reimann, J.; Du Pasquier, L.; Amagai, T.; Boehm, T.; Rodewald, H.-R.: Evidence for a Functional Second Thymus in Mice. Science 312, pp. 284 - 287 (2006)
  71. 2005
    Bleul, C.; Boehm, T.: BMP Signaling Is Required for Normal Thymus Development. The Journal of Immunology 175, pp. 5213 - 5221 (2005)
  72. Milinski, M.; Griffiths, S.; Wegner, K. M.; Reusch, T. B. H.; Haas-Assenbaum, A.; Boehm, T.: Mate choice decision of stickleback females predictably modified by MHC peptide ligands. PNAS 102, pp. 4414 - 4418 (2005)
  73. 2004
    Franz, T.; Winckler, L.; Boehm, T.; Dear, T. N.: Capn5 Is Expressed in a Subset of T Cells and Is Dispensable for Development. Molecular and Cellular Biology 24, pp. 1649 - 1654 (2004)
  74. Leinders-Zufall, T.; Brennan, P.; Widmayer, P.; Chandramani S., P.; Maul-Pavicic, A.; Jäger, M.; Li, X.-H.; Breer, H.; Zufall, F.; Boehm, T.: MHC Class I Peptide as Chemosensory Signals in the Vomeronasal Organ. Science 306, pp. 1033 - 1037 (2004)
  75. Schlake, T.; Beibel, M.; Weger, N.; Boehm, T.: Major shifts in genomic activity accompany progression through different stages of the hair cycle. Gene Expression Patterns 4, pp. 141 - 152 (2004)
  76. Tse, E.; Smith, A. J. H.; Hunt, S.; Lavenir, I.; Forster, A.; Warren, A. J.; Grutz, G.; Foroni, L.; Carlton, M. B. L.; Colledge, W. H. et al.; Boehm, T.; Rabbitts, T. H.: Null Mutation of the Lmo4 Gene or a Combined Null Mutation of the Lmo1/Lmo3 Genes Causes Perinatal Lethality, and Lmo4 Controls Neural Tube Development in Mice. Molecular and Cellular Biology 24, pp. 2063 - 2073 (2004)
  77. 2003
    Aeschlimann, P. B.; Häberli, M. A.; Reusch, T. B. H.; Boehm, T.; Milinski, M.: Female sticklebacks Gasterosteus aculeatus use self-reference to optimize MHC allele number during mate selection. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 54 (2), pp. 119 - 126 (2003)
  78. Boehm, T.; Bleul, C. C.; Schorpp, M.: Genetic dissection of thymus development in mouse and zebrafish. Immunological Reviews 195, pp. 15 - 27 (2003)
  79. Boehm, T.; Scheu, S.; Pfeffer, K.; Bleul, C. C.: Thymic Medullary Epithelial Cell Differentiation Thymocyte Emigrtion, and Control of Autoimmunity Require Lympho-Epithelial Cross Talk via LTβR. Journal of Experimental Medicine 198 (5), pp. 757 - 769 (2003)
  80. Kanzler, B.; Haas-Assenbaum, A.; Haas, I.; Morawiec, L.; Huber, E.; Boehm, T.: Morpholino oligonucleotide-triggered knockdown reveals a role for maternal E-cadherin during early mouse development. Mechanisms of Development 120 (12), pp. 1423 - 1432 (2003)
  81. Kruetzmann, S.; Rosado, M. M.; Weber, H.; Germing, U.; Tournilhac, O.; Peter, H.-H.; Berner, R.; Peters, A.; Boehm, T.; Plebani, A. et al.; Quinti, I.; Carsetti, R.: Human Immunoglobulin M Memory B Cells Controlling Streptococcus pneumoniae Infections are Generated in the Spleen. Journal of Experimental Medicine 197 (7), pp. 939 - 945 (2003)
  82. McAllister, R. D.; Singh, Y.; du Bois, W. D.; Potter, M.; Boehm, T.; Meeker, N. D.; Fillmore, P. D.; Anderson, L. M.; Poynter, M. E.; Teuscher, C.: Susceptibility to Anthrax Lethal Toxin is Controlled by Three Linked Quantitative Trait Loci. American Journal of Pathology 163 (5), pp. 1735 - 1741 (2003)
  83. 2002
    Bömmel, H.; Xie, G.; Rossoll, W.; Wiese, S.; Jablonka, S.; Boehm, T.; Sendtner, M.: Missense mutation in the tubulin-specific chaperone E (Tbce) gene in the mouse mutant progressive motor neuronopathy, a model of human motoneuron disease. Journal of Cell Biology 159 (4), pp. 563 - 569 (2002)
  84. Hetzer-Egger, C.; Schorpp, M.; Haas-Assenbaum, A.; Balling, R.; Peters, H.; Boehm, T.: Thymopoiesis requires Pax9 function in thymic epithelial cells. European Journal of Immunology 32 (4), pp. 1175 - 1181 (2002)
  85. Ohnemus, S.; Kanzler, B.; Jerome-Majewska, L. A.; Papaioannou, V. E.; Boehm, T.; Mallo, M.: Aortic arch and pharyngeal phenotype in the absence of BMP- dependent neural crest in the mouse. Mechanisms of Development 119 (2), pp. 127 - 135 (2002)
  86. Schorpp, M.; Leicht, M.; Nold, E.; Hammerschmidt, M.; Haas-Assenbaum, A.; Wiest, W.; Boehm, T.: A zebrafish orthologue (whnb) of the mouse nude gene is expressed in the epithelial compartment of the embryonic thymic rudiment. Mechanisms of Development 118 (1-2), pp. 179 - 185 (2002)
  87. Wardemann, H.; Boehm, T.; Dear, N.; Carsetti, R.: B-1a B cells that Link the Innate and Adaptive Immune Responses Are Lacking in the Absence of the Spleen. Journal of Experimental Medicine 195 (6), pp. 771 - 780 (2002)
  88. 2001
    Kortenjann, M.; Nehls, M.; Smith, A. J. H.; Carsetti, R.; Schueler, J.; Koehler, G.; Boehm, T.: Abnormal bone marrow stroma in mice deficient for nemo-like kinase, Nlk. European Journal of Immunology 31 (12), pp. 3580 - 3587 (2001)
  89. Schlake, T.; Boehm, T.: Expression domains in the skin of genes affected by the nude mutation and identified by gene expression profiling. Mechanisms of Development 109 (2), pp. 419 - 422 (2001)

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