Chair of Veterinary Anatomy, Histology and Embryology

Dr. med. Felix A. Habermann

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Deutsch D. R., Fröhlich T., Otte K. A., Beck A., Habermann F. A., Wolf E., Arnold G. J. (2014): Stage-specific proteome signatures in early bovine embryo development. J Proteome Res. Epub 2014 Sep 10 (ahead of print).

Kemter E., Prueckl P., Sklenak S., Rathkolb B., Habermann F. A., Hanse W., Gailus-Durner V., Fuchs H., Hrabe de Angelis M., Wolf E., Aigner B., Wanke R. (2013): Type of uromodulin mutation and allelic status influence onset and severity of uromodulin-associated kidney disease in mice. Hum Mol Genet. 22 (20):4148-63 Epub 2013 Jun 6.

Maruyama E. O., Hori T., Tanabe H., Kitamura H., Matsuda R., Tone S., Hozak P., Habermann F. A., von Hase J., Cremer C., Fukagawa T., Harata M. (2012): The actin family member Arp6 and the histone variant H2A.Z are required for spatial positioning of chromatin in chicken cell nuclei. J Cell Sci 125 (16):3739-3743. Epub 2012 May 8.

Dahlhoff M., Grzech M., Habermann F. A., Wolf E., Schneider M. (2011): A transgenic mouse line expressing Cre recombinase in pancreatic β-cells. Genesis 50 (5):437-442. Epub 2011 Dec 27.

Leidenfrost S., Boelhauve M., Reichenbach M., Güngör T., Reichenbach H.-D., Sinowatz F., Wolf E., Habermann F. A. (2011): Cell arrest and cell death in mammalian preimplantation development: lessons from the bovine model. PLoS ONE 6(7): e22121.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0022121. Epub 2011 Jul 21.

Habermann F. A., André S., Kaltner H., Kübler D., Sinowatz F., Gabius H.-J. (2011): Galectins as tools for glycan mapping in histology: comparison of their binding profiles to the bovine zona pellucida by confocal laser scanning microscopy. Histochem Cell Biol 135 (6):539-552.

Grzech M., Dahlhoff M., Herbach N., Habermann F. A., Renner-Müller I., Wanke R., Flaswinkel H., Wolf E., Schneider M. R. (2010): Specific transgene expression in mouse pancreatic beta-cells under the control of the porcine insulin promoter. Mol Cell Endocrinol 315 (1-2):219-224.

Reichenbach M., Lim T., Reichenbach H.-D., Güngör T., Habermann F. A., Matthiesen M., Hofmann A., Weber F., Zerbe H., Grupp T., Sinowatz F., Pfeiffer A., Wolf E. (2009): Germ-line transmission of lentiviral PGK-EGFP integrants in transgenic cattle: new perspectives for experimental embryology. Transgenic Res 19 (4):549-56. Epub 2009 Oct 28.

Habermann F. A, Sinowatz F. (2009): Glykobiology of fertilization and early embryonic development. In: Gabius H.-J. (Ed.): The sugar code. Fundamentals of glycoscience. Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2009.

Berendt F. J, Fröhlich T., Bolbrinker P., Boelhauve M., Güngör T., Habermann F. A., Wolf E., Arnold G. J. (2009): Highly sensitive saturation labeling reveals changes in abundance of cell cycle associated proteins and redox enzyme variants during oocyte maturation in vitro. Proteomics 9 (3):550-64.

Nishida C., Ishijima J., Kosaka A., Tanabe H., Habermann F. A., Griffin D. K., Matsuda Y. (2008): Characterization of chromosome structures of Falconinae (Falconidae, Falconiformes, Aves) by chromosome painting and delineation of chromosome rearrangements during their differentiation. Chromosome Res 16 (1):171-81.

Habermann F. A., Wuensch A., Sinowatz F., Wolf E. (2007): Reporter genes for embryogenesis research in livestock species. Theriogenology 68 (Suppl 1): S116-S124.

Wuensch A., Habermann F. A., Kurosaka S., Klose R., Zakhartchenko V., Reichenbach H. D., Sinowatz F., McLaughlin K. J., Wolf E. (2007): Quantitative monitoring of pluripotency gene activation after somatic cloning in cattle. Biol Reprod 76 (6): 983-991. Epub 2007 Feb 21.

Paula-Lopes F. F., Boelhauve M., Habermann F. A., Sinowatz F., Wolf E. (2007): Leptin promotes meiotic progression and developmental capacity of bovine oocytes via cumulus cell-independent and -dependent mechanisms. Biol Reprod 76 (3): 532-541. Epub 2006 Nov 8.

Seki M., Nakagawa T., Seki T., Kato G., Tada S., Takahashi Y., Yoshimura A., Kobayashi T., Aoki A., Otsuki M., Habermann F. A., Tanabe H., Ishii Y., Enomoto T. (2006): Bloom helicase and DNA topoisomerase IIIα are involved in the dissolution of sister chromatids. Mol Cell Biol 26 (16): 6229-6307.

Walter J., Teller K., F. Habermann F. (2006): Handling multi-dimensional images with Sync_Windows and Image5D. Proceedings of the ImageJ User and Developer Conference. ISBN: 2-919941-01-1; EAN: 9782919941018.

Sinowatz F., Schams D., Habermann F., Berisha B., Vermehren M. (2006): Localization of fibroblast growth factor I (Acid fibroblast growth factor) and its mRNA in the bovine mammary gland during mammogenesis, lactation and involution. Anat Histol Embryol 35 (3): 202-207.

Abd-Elmaksoud A., Vermehren M., Nützel F., Habermann F. A., Sinowatz F. (2005): Analysis of fibroblast growth factor 2 (FGF2) gene transcription and protein distribution in the bovine testis. Growth factors 23 (4): 295-301.

de Oliveira E. H. C., Habermann F. A., Lacerda O., Sbalqueiro I. J., Wienberg J., Muller S. (2005): Chromosome reshuffling in birds of prey: the karyotype of the world's largest eagle (Harpy eagle, Harpia harpyja) compared to that of the chicken (Gallus gallus). Chromosoma 114 (5): 338-343.

Viertlboeck B. C., Habermann F. A., Schmitt R., Groenen M. A. M., Du Pasquier L., Gobel T. (2005): The Chicken Leukocyte Receptor Complex: A Highly Diverse Multigene Family Encoding at Least Six Structurally Distinct Receptor Types. J Immunol 175 (1) :385-93.

Habermann F. A., Winter A., Olsaker I., Reichert P., Fries R. (2005): Validation of sperm sexing in the cattle (Bos taurus) by dual color fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH). J Anim Breed Genet 122 Suppl. 1: 22-27.

Derjusheva, S., Kurganova, A., Habermann, F. and Gaginskaya, E. (2004): High chromosome conservation detected by comparative chromosome painting in chicken, pigeon and passerine birds. Chromosome Res 12: 715-723.

Germerodt M., Knorr C., Beck J., Drogemuller C., Williams J. L., Habermann F., Fries R., Brenig B. (2004): Characterization and chromosome localization of a processed pseudogene related to the bovine laminin receptor gene family. Cytogenet Genome Res 107 (1-2): 123-127.

Valle E., Habermann F. A., Moore S. S., Crews D. H., Benkel B. F. (2004): Genomic localization and SNP discovery in the bovine melanocortin receptor 4 gene (MC4R). Anim Genet 35 (4): 351-352.

Nezamzadeh R., Habermann F., Fries R., Brenig B. (2004). Assignment of the ovine uroporphyrinogen decarboxylase (UROD) gene to chromosome 1p34-->p36 by fluorescence in situ hybridization. Cytogenet Genome Res 106: 142-143.

Masabanda J. S., Burt D. W., O'Brien P. C. M., Vignal A., Fillon V., Walsh P. S., Cox H., Tempest H. G., Smith J., Habermann F., Schmid M., Matsuda Y., Ferguson-Smith M. A., Crooijmans R. P. M. A., Groenen M. A. M., Darren K. Griffin D. K (2004). Molecular cytogenetic definition of the chicken genome: The first complete avian karyotype. Genetics 166 (3): 1367-1373.

Werner F. A. O., Durstewitz G., Habermann F. A., Thaller G., Krämer W., Kollers S., Buitkamp J., Georges M., Brem G., Mosner J., Fries R. (2004). Detection and characterization of SNPs useful for identity control and parentage testing in major European dairy breeds. Anim Genet 35 (1): 44-49.

Winter A., van Eckeveld M., Bininda-Emonds O. R. P. , Habermann F. A., Fries R. (2003). Genomic organization of the DGAT2/MGAT gene family in cattle (Bos taurus) and other mammals. Cytogenet Genome Res 102 (1-4): 42-47.

Derjusheva S., Kurganova A., Krasikova A., Saifitdinova A., Habermann F.A., Gaginskaya E. (2003). Precise identification of chicken chromosomes in the lampbrush form using chromosome painting probes. Chromosome Res 11: 749-57.

Brenig B., Baumgartner B. G., Kriegesmann B., Habermann F., Fries R., Swalve H. H. (2003). Molecular cloning, mapping, and functional analysis of the bovine sulfate transporter SLC26a2 gene. Gene 319: 161-166.

Bull L., Jansen S., Habermann F., Fries R., Knorr C., and Brenig B. (2003). Assignment of the sperm protein zona receptor tyrosine kinase gene (SPRMTK) to porcine chromosome SSC3q11-->q12 by fluorescence in situ hybridization and by analysis of somatic cell and radiation hybrid panels. Cytogenet Genome Res 101: 178.

Gatphayak K., Knorr C., Habermann F., Fries R., Brenig B. (2003). Assignment of the porcine hyaluronidase-3 (HYAL3) gene to SSC13-->q21 by FISH and confirmation by hybrid panel analyses. Cytogenet Genome Res 101: 178.

Mueller A., Knorr C., Habermann F., Slanchev K., Zwilling D., Fries R., Brenig B. (2003). Assignment of the beta-N-acetylhexosaminidase gene (HEXB) to porcine chromosome SSC2q21-->q22 by fluorescence in situ hybridization and by analysis of somatic cell and radiation hybrid panels. Cytogenet Genome Res 101: 178.

Beck J., Knorr C., Habermann F., Fries R., Brenig B. (2002): Assignment of the beta-glucuronidase (GUSB) gene to porcine chromosome SSC3p16->p14 by FISH and confirmation by hybrid panel analyses. Cytogenet Genome Res 97: 276-277/G1-2.

Tanabe H., Habermann F. A., Solovei I., Cremer M., Cremer T. (2002) Non-random radial arrangements of interphase chromosome territories: evolutionary considerations and functional implications. Mutation Research 504: 37-45.

Habermann F. A., Cremer M., Walter J., v. Hase J., Bauer K., Wienberg J., Cremer C., Cremer T., and Solovei I. (2001) Territories of macro- and microchromosomes in chicken cell nuclei. Chromosome Research 9: 569-584. PDF

Habermann F. A., Biet C., and Fries R. (2001). Physical mapping of the genes encoding tryptophan hydroxylase (TPH) and insulin (INS) to chicken chromosome 5. Animal Genetics 32: 319-321.

Habermann F. A., Biet C., and Fries R. (2001). Chromosomal localization of the genes encoding SCNN1A, BTG1, IFNG and MAOA on chicken chromosome 1 by fluorescence in situ hybridization. Chromosome Research 9: 515-518.

Solovei I., Walter J., Cremer M., Habermann F. A., Schermelleh L., and Cremer T. (2001). FISH on three-dimensionally preserved nuclei. In "FISH: a practical approach" (J. Squire, B. Beatty, and S. Mai, Eds.), Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Griffin D.K., Habermann F., Masabanda J., O'Brien P., Bagga M., Sazanov A., Smith J., Burt D.W., Ferguson-Smith M., Wienberg J. (1999). Micro- and macrochromosome paints generated by flow cytometry and microdissection: tools for mapping the chicken genome. Cytogenet Cell Genet 87:278-281.

Doctoral thesis

Untersuchungen zur Anordnung von Makro- und Mikrochrochromosomen im Zellkern embryonaler Fibroblasten und Neuronen von Gallus domesticus (Analysis of the arrangement of macro- and microchromosomes in embryonic fibroblast and neuron cell nuclei from Gallus domesticus). Medizinische Fakultät der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, 2000. PDF (in German, 3,2 MB).

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