Marie Jönsson

Lund University, Sweden, Lund, Skåne län, Sweden 
"Marie Jönsson"
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Jönsson ME, Garza R, Johansson PA, et al. (2020) Transposable Elements: A Common Feature of Neurodevelopmental and Neurodegenerative Disorders. Trends in Genetics : Tig
Grassi DA, Brattås PL, Jönsson ME, et al. (2020) Profiling of lincRNAs in human pluripotent stem cell derived forebrain neural progenitor cells. Heliyon. 6: e03067
Jönsson ME, Ludvik Brattås P, Gustafsson C, et al. (2019) Activation of neuronal genes via LINE-1 elements upon global DNA demethylation in human neural progenitors. Nature Communications. 10: 3182
Petri R, Brattås PL, Sharma Y, et al. (2019) LINE-2 transposable elements are a source of functional human microRNAs and target sites. Plos Genetics. 15: e1008036
Grassi DA, Jönsson ME, Brattås PL, et al. (2018) TRIM28 and The Control of Transposable Elements in The Brain. Brain Research
Brattås PL, Jönsson ME, Fasching L, et al. (2017) TRIM28 Controls a Gene Regulatory Network Based on Endogenous Retroviruses in Human Neural Progenitor Cells. Cell Reports. 18: 1-11
Heuer A, Jönsson ME, Pfisterer U, et al. (2016) hESC-derived neural progenitors prevent xenograft rejection through neonatal desensitisation. Experimental Neurology. 282: 78-85
Jönsson ME, Nelander Wahlestedt J, Åkerblom M, et al. (2015) Comprehensive analysis of microRNA expression in regionalized human neural progenitor cells reveals microRNA-10 as a caudalizing factor. Development (Cambridge, England). 142: 3166-77
Grealish S, Heuer A, Cardoso T, et al. (2015) Monosynaptic Tracing using Modified Rabies Virus Reveals Early and Extensive Circuit Integration of Human Embryonic Stem Cell-Derived Neurons. Stem Cell Reports. 4: 975-83
Bye CR, Jönsson ME, Björklund A, et al. (2015) Transcriptome analysis reveals transmembrane targets on transplantable midbrain dopamine progenitors. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112: E1946-55
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