Johan Jakobsson

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Wallenberg Neuroscience Center, Lund University, Lund, Skåne län, Sweden 
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Pircs K, Drouin-Ouellet J, Horváth V, et al. (2021) Distinct subcellular autophagy impairments in induced neurons from Huntington's disease patients. Brain : a Journal of Neurology
Johansson PA, Brattås PL, Douse CH, et al. (2021) A cis-acting structural variation at the ZNF558 locus controls a gene regulatory network in human brain development. Cell Stem Cell
Jönsson ME, Garza R, Sharma Y, et al. (2021) Activation of endogenous retroviruses during brain development causes an inflammatory response. The Embo Journal. e106423
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
Pircs K, Petri R, Madsen S, et al. (2018) Huntingtin Aggregation Impairs Autophagy, Leading to Argonaute-2 Accumulation and Global MicroRNA Dysregulation. Cell Reports. 24: 1397-1406
Grassi DA, Jönsson ME, Brattås PL, et al. (2018) TRIM28 and The Control of Transposable Elements in The Brain. Brain Research
Drouin-Ouellet J, Pircs K, Barker RA, et al. (2017) Direct Neuronal Reprogramming for Disease Modeling Studies Using Patient-Derived Neurons: What Have We Learned? Frontiers in Neuroscience. 11: 530
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