Jerome Mertens

University of Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Tirol, Austria 
induced neurons, Alzheimer's Disease, aging, neurodegeneration, iPSCs, neural stem cells, reprogramming
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van den Hurk M, Lau S, Marchetto MC, et al. (2022) Druggable transcriptomic pathways revealed in Parkinson's patient-derived midbrain neurons. Npj Parkinson's Disease. 8: 134
Traxler L, Herdy JR, Stefanoni D, et al. (2022) Warburg-like metabolic transformation underlies neuronal degeneration in sporadic Alzheimer's disease. Cell Metabolism
Böhnke L, Zhou-Yang L, Pelucchi S, et al. (2022) Chemical Replacement of Noggin with Dorsomorphin Homolog 1 for Cost-Effective Direct Neuronal Conversion. Cellular Reprogramming
Soni A, Klütsch D, Hu X, et al. (2021) Improved Method for Efficient Generation of Functional Neurons from Murine Neural Progenitor Cells. Cells. 10
Zhou-Yang L, Eichhorner S, Karbacher L, et al. (2021) Direct Conversion of Human Fibroblasts to Induced Neurons. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 2352: 73-96
Mertens J, Herdy JR, Traxler L, et al. (2021) Age-dependent instability of mature neuronal fate in induced neurons from Alzheimer's patients. Cell Stem Cell
Herdy JR, Karbacher L, Mertens J. (2021) One Big Step to a Neuron, Two Small Steps for miRNAs. Cell Stem Cell. 28: 1-2
Schlachetzki JCM, Toda T, Mertens J. (2020) When function follows form: Nuclear compartment structure and the epigenetic landscape of the aging neuron. Experimental Gerontology. 133: 110876
Traxler L, Edenhofer F, Mertens J. (2019) Next-generation disease modeling with direct conversion: a new path to old neurons. Febs Letters. 593: 3316-3337
Erharter A, Rizzi S, Mertens J, et al. (2019) Take the shortcut - direct conversion of somatic cells into induced neural stem cells and their biomedical applications. Febs Letters. 593: 3353-3369
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