Dr. Suzana Atanasoski

Dr. Suzana Atanasoski

Dr. Suzana Atanasoski
ZHAW President's Office
Gertrudstrasse 15
8401 Winterthur

+41 (0) 58 934 40 49
suzana.atanasoski@zhaw.ch

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Publications

Non-peer-reviewed articles/chapters

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EU-Forschung

: Workshop.

In: Dreiländertagung: Health Universities. Tagung. (10./11.09.2015). Winterthur: ZHAW.

Other publications

Martin Jaekel, Marco Balocco, Suzana Atanasoski und Urs Hilber (2017). Forschungsstrategie im heterogenen Umfeld: Integration der Diversität. Wissenschaftsmanagement 1/2017. Lemmens Medien GmbH, Bonn
www.berinfor.ch/assets/docs/unterlagen/2017-1-wima-Artikel-Strategieentwicklung.pdf

Publications before appointment at the ZHAW

www.researchgate.net/profile/Suzana_Atanasoski

Nobs, N, Baranek, C, Nestel, S, Kulik, A, Kapfhammer, J, Nitsch, C, Atanasoski, S (2014). Stage-specific requirement for cyclin D1 in glial progenitor cells of the cerebral cortex. Glia 62: 829-839

Nobs, N, Nestel, S, Kulik, A, Nitsch, C, Atanasoski, S (2013). Cyclin D1 is required for proliferation of Olig2-expressing progenitor cells in the injured cerebral cortex. Glia, 61: 1443-1455

Cloëtta, D, Thomanetz, V, Lustenberger, RM, Baranek, C, Lin, S, Oliveri, F, Atanasoski, S, Rüegg, MA (2013). Inactivation of mTORC1 in the developing brain induces microcephaly and affects gliogenesis. J Neurosci, 33: 7799-7810

Baranek, C, Dittrich, M, Parthasarathy, S, Gaiser Bonnon, C, Britanova, O, Lanshakov, D, Boukhtouche, F, Sommer, JE, Colmenares, C, Tarabykin, V, Atanasoski, S (2012). The protooncogene Ski cooperates with the chromatin-remodeling factor Satb2 in specifying callosal neurons. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 109: 3546-51

Baranek, C and Atanasoski, S (2012). Modulating epigenetic mechanisms: The diverse functions of Ski during cortical development. Epigenetics, 7: 676-9

Bonnon, C and Atanasoski, S (2012). c-Ski in health and disease. Cell Tissue Res, 347: 51-64

Jacob, C, Grabner, H, Atanasoski, S, Suter, U (2008). Expression and Localization of Ski determine cell type-specific TGFb signaling effects on the cell cycle. J Cell Biol, 182: 519-30

Atanasoski, S, Boentert, M, De Ventura, L, Pohl, H, Beier, K, Young, P, Barbacid, M, Suter U (2008). Postnatal Schwann Cell Proliferation But Not Myelination is Strictly and Uniquely Dependent on Cyclin-Dependent Kinase 4 (cdk4). Mol Cell Neurosci, 37: 519-27

Lino, MM, Atanasoski, S, Kvajo, M, Fayard, B, Suter, U, Monard, D (2007). Mice lacking Protease nexin-1 show delayed structural and functional recovery after sciatic nerve crush. J Neurosci, 27: 3677-85

Ille, F, Atanasoski, S, Falk, S, Ittner, S, Märki, D, Wurdak, H, Suter, U, Taketo, MM, Sommer, L (2007). Wnt/BMP signal integration regulates the balance between proliferation and differentiation of neuroepithelial cells in the dorsal spinal cord. Dev Biol, 304: 394-408.

Atanasoski, S, Scherer, SS, Sirkowski, E, Garratt, A, Birchmeier, C, Suter, U (2006). ErbB2 signaling in Schwann cells is largely dispensable for maintenance of myelinated peripheral nerves and proliferation of adult Schwann cells following injury. J Neurosci, 26: 2124-31

Benninger, Y, Colognato, H, Franklin, RJ, ffrench-Constant, C, Leone, DP, Atanasoski, S, Nave, KA, Fässler, R, Brakebusch, C, Suter, U, Relvas, JB (2006). b1-integrin signaling mediates premyelinating oligodendrocyte survival but is not necessary for central nervous system myelination and remyelination. J Neurosci, 26: 7665-73.

Atanasoski, S, Boller, D, De Ventura, L, Koegel, H, Böntert, M, Young, P, Werner, S, Suter, U (2006). The Cell Cycle Inhibitors p21 and p16 Are Required for the Regulation of Schwann Cell Proliferation. Glia, 53: 147-57.

Bonneick, S, Böntert, M, Berger, P, Atanasoski, S, Mantei, N, Wessig, C, Toyka, KV, Young, P, Suter, U (2005). An animal model for Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease type 4B1 (CMT4B1). Hum Mol Genet, 14: 3685-95

Atanasoski, S, Notterpek, L, Lee, HY, Castagner, F, Young, P, Ehrengruber, M, Meijer, D, Sommer, L, Stavnezer, E, Colmenares, C, Suter, U (2004). The Proto-Oncogene Ski Controls Schwann Cell Proliferation and Myelination. Neuron, 43: 499-511

Leone, DP, Genoud, S, Atanasoski, S, Grausenburger, R, Berger, P, Metzger, D, Macklin, WB,
Chambon, P, Suter, U (2003). Tamoxifen-inducible glia-specific Cre mice for somatic mutagenesis in oligodendrocytes and Schwann cells. Mol Cell Neurosci, 22: 430-40

Atanasoski, S, Scherer, SS, Nave, K-A, Suter, U (2002). Proliferation of Schwann Cells and Regulation of Cyclin D1 Expression in an Animal Model of Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease Type 1A. J Neurosci Res, 67: 443-49

Atanasoski, S, Shumas, S, Dickson, C, Scherer, SS, Suter, U (2001). Differential Cyclin D1 Requirements of Proliferating Schwann Cells During Development and After Injury. Mol Cell Neurosci, 18: 581-92

Frank, M, Atanasoski, S, Sancho, S, Magyar, J, Schwab, M, Suter, U (2000). Progressive Segregation of Unmyelinated Axons in Peripheral Nerves, Myelin Alterations in the CNS and Cyst Formation in the Kidneys of Myelin and Lymphocyte Protein-Overexpressing Mice. J Neurochem, 75: 1927-39

Atanasoski, S, Schreiber, E, Fontana, A, Herr, W (1997). N-Oct 5 is generated by in vitro proteolysis of the neural POU-domain protein N-Oct 3. Oncogene, 14: 1287-94

Atanasoski, S, Toldo, SS, Malipiero, U, Schreiber, E, Fries, R, Fontana A (1995). Isolation of the human genomic brain-2/N-Oct 3 gene (POUF3) and assignment to chromosome 6q16. Genomics, 26: 272-80

Douville, PJ, Atanasoski, S, Tobler, A, Fontana, A, Schwab, ME (1994). The brain-specific POU-box gene brn4 is a sex-linked transcripiton factor located on the human and mouse X chromosomes. Mamm Genome, 5: 180-2

Bölsterli, UA, Atanasoski, S, Göldlin, C (1991). Ethanol-induced enhancement of cocaine bioactivation and irreversible protein binding: evidence against the role of cytochrome P-450IIE1. Alcohol Clin Exp Res, 15: 779-84