|Selected Publications:||Fierro-Gonzalez J, White M, Silva J, Plachta N.
Cadherin-dependent filopodia control preimplantation embryo compaction.
Nature Cell Biology (2013) [2 reviews by Faculty of 1000]
Kaur G, Nefzger C, Costa M, Silva J, Fierro-Gonzalez J, Polo J, Bell T, Plachta N.
Probing transcription factor diffusion in the developing mammalian embryo with photoactivatable
fluorescence correlation spectroscopy.
Nature Communications (2013)
Plachta N, Bollenbach T, Pease S, Fraser SE, Pantazis P.
Oct4 kinetics predict cell lineage patterning in the early mammalian embryo.
Nature Cell Biology (2011) (Journal Cover) [3 reviews by Faculty of 1000]
Bissiere S, Plachta N, McAllister K, Hoyer D, Olpe HR, Grace A, Cryan JF.
The anterior cingulate cortex modulates the efficiency of amygdala dependent fear learning.
Biological Psychiatry (2008) (Journal Cover)
Nikoletopoulou V, Plachta N, Allen ND, Haubst N, Götz M, Barde Y-A.
Neurotrophin receptor-mediated death of misspecified neurons generated from embryonic stem cells
Cell Stem Cell (2007)
Plachta N, Annaheim C, Bissiere S, Hoving S, Voshol V, Bibel M, Barde Y-A.
Identification of a lectin causing the degeneration of neuronal processes using engineered embryonic
Nature Neuroscience (2007)
Plachta N, Bibel M, Tucker KL, Barde Y-A.
Developmental potential of defined neural progenitors derived from mouse embryonic stem cells.
Plachta N, Traister A, Weil M.
Nitric oxide is involved in establishing the balance between cell cycle progression and cell death in the
developing neural tube.
Experimental Cell Research (2003)
Traister A, Abashidze S, Gold V, Michael E, Plachta N, Patel K, Fainsod A, Weil M.
BMP controls nitric oxide-mediated regulation of cell numbers in the neural tube.
Cell Death and Differentiation (2004)
Traister A, Abashidze S, Gold V, Plachta N, Karchovsky E, Patel K, Weil M.
Evidence that nitric oxide regulates cell cycle progression in the developing chick neuroepithelium.