Publications of Thomas Boehm

Journal Article (100)

2009
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Swann, J. B.; Boehm, T.: Everything in its Place. Immunity 31, pp. 856 - 858 (2009)
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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)
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Boehm, T.: One problem, two solutions. Nature Immunology 10, pp. 811 - 813 (2009)
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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)
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Boehm, T.: The adaptive phenotype of cortical thymic epithelial cells. European Journal of Immunology 39, pp. 944 - 947 (2009)
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Aghaallaei, N.; Takagi, A.; Boehm, T.; Bajoghli, B.: Genetic Evidence for Monozygotic Twinning in Medaka Fish. Molecular Reproduction and Development 76, p. 430 (2009)
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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)
2008
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Soza-Ried, C.; Bleul, C. C.; Schorpp, M.; Boehm, T.: Maintenance of Thymic Epithelial Phenotype Requires Extrinsic Signals in Mouse and Zebrafish. Journal of Immunology 181, pp. 5272 - 5277 (2008)
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Martins, V.; Boehm, T.; Bleul, C.: Ltβr Signaling Does Not Regulate Aire-Dependent Transcripts in Medullary Thymic Epithelial Cells. Journal of Immunology 181, pp. 400 - 407 (2008)
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Boehm, T.: Thymus development and function. Current Opinion in Immunology 20, pp. 178 - 184 (2008)
2007
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Boehm, T.: Two in one: dual function of an invertebrate antigen receptor. Nature Immunology 8, pp. 1031 - 1033 (2007)
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Swann, J.; Boehm, T.: Back to the beginning - the quest for thymic epithelial stem cells. European Journal of Immunology 37, pp. 2364 - 2366 (2007)
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Boehm, T.; Bleul, C. C.: The evolutionary history of lymphoid organs. Nature Immunology 8 (2), pp. 131 - 135 (2007)
2006
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Boehm, T.; Bleul, C. C.: Thymus-homing precursors and the thymic microenvironment. Trends in Immunology 27, pp. 477 - 484 (2006)
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Schorpp, 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. Journal of Immunology 177, pp. 2463 - 2476 (2006)
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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)
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Boehm, T.: Quality Control in Self/Nonself Discrimination. Cell 125, pp. 845 - 858 (2006)
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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)
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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)
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Boehm, T.; Zufall, F.: MHC peptides and the sensory evaluation of genotype. Trends in Neurosciences 29, pp. 100 - 107 (2006)
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Boehm, T.: Co-evolution of a primordial peptide-presentation system and cellular immunity. Nature Reviews Immunology 6, pp. 79 - 84 (2006)
2005
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Bleul, C.; Boehm, T.: BMP Signaling Is Required for Normal Thymus Development. The Journal of Immunology 175, pp. 5213 - 5221 (2005)
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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. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 102, pp. 4414 - 4418 (2005)
2004
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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)
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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)
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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 (Washington, DC) 24, pp. 2063 - 2073 (2004)
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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 (Washington, DC) 24, pp. 1649 - 1654 (2004)
2003
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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)
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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)
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Boehm, T.; Bleul, C. C.; Schorpp, M.: Genetic dissection of thymus development in mouse and zebrafish. Immunological Reviews 195, pp. 15 - 27 (2003)
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