Cyril Hanus, PhD

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2017- Center for Psychiatry and Neurosciences, Inserm  
Area:
Neuronal trafficking/development
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Antoine Triller grad student ENS Paris
Michael Ehlers post-doc 2006- Duke
Erin M. Schuman post-doc 2011-2016
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Alvarez-Castelao B, Schanzenbächer CT, Hanus C, et al. (2017) Cell-type-specific metabolic labeling of nascent proteomes in vivo. Nature Biotechnology
Bowen AB, Bourke AM, Hiester BG, et al. (2017) Golgi-independent secretory trafficking through recycling endosomes in neuronal dendrites and spines. Elife. 6
Hanus C, Geptin H, Tushev G, et al. (2016) Unconventional secretory processing diversifies neuronal ion channel properties. Elife. 5
Hanus C, Ehlers MD. (2016) Specialization of biosynthetic membrane trafficking for neuronal form and function. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 39: 8-16
tom Dieck S, Kochen L, Hanus C, et al. (2015) Direct visualization of newly synthesized target proteins in situ. Nature Methods. 12: 411-4
Buhr F, Kohl-Landgraf J, tom Dieck S, et al. (2015) Design of photocaged puromycin for nascent polypeptide release and spatiotemporal monitoring of translation. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English). 54: 3717-21
Hanus C, Kochen L, Tom Dieck S, et al. (2014) Synaptic control of secretory trafficking in dendrites. Cell Reports. 7: 1771-8
Tom Dieck S, Hanus C, Schuman EM. (2014) SnapShot: local protein translation in dendrites. Neuron. 81: 958-958.e1
Hanus C, Schuman EM. (2013) Proteostasis in complex dendrites. Nature Reviews. Neuroscience. 14: 638-48
Condon KH, Ho J, Robinson CG, et al. (2013) The Angelman syndrome protein Ube3a/E6AP is required for Golgi acidification and surface protein sialylation. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 33: 3799-814
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