Stefan Pietsch

Germany
Phone: +49 3641 656722
Email: stefan.pietsch@leibniz-fli.de

Molecular analysis of kidney development and regeneration

Leibniz Institute on Aging - Fritz Lipmann Institute (FLI): Englert Research Group

First Supervisor:

Christoph Englert (Leibniz Institute on Aging - Fritz Lipmann Institute (FLI))

Publications 2015:

  • Towards an understanding of kidney diseases associated with WT1 mutations.
    Dong L, Pietsch S, Englert C
    Kidney Int 2015, 88(4), 684-90
  • Integration of Cistromic and Transcriptomic Analyses Identifies Nphs2, Mafb, and Magi2 as Wilms' Tumor 1 Target Genes in Podocyte Differentiation and Maintenance.
    Dong L, Pietsch S, Tan Z, Perner B, Sierig R, Kruspe D, Groth M, Witzgall R, Gröne HJ, Platzer M, Englert C
    J Am Soc Nephrol 2015, 26(9), 2118-28
  • MiR-21 is required for efficient kidney regeneration in fish.
    Hoppe B, Pietsch S, Franke M, Engel S, Groth M, Platzer M, Englert C
    BMC Dev Biol 2015, 15(1), 43
  • Insights into Sex Chromosome Evolution and Aging from the Genome of a Short-Lived Fish.
    Reichwald* K, Petzold* A, Koch* P, Downie* BR, Hartmann* N, Pietsch S, Baumgart M, Chalopin D, Felder M, Bens M, Sahm A, Szafranski K, Taudien S, Groth M, Arisi I, Weise A, Bhatt SS, Sharma V, Kraus JM, Schmid F, Priebe S, Liehr T, Görlach M, Than ME, Hiller M, Kestler HA, Volff JN, Schartl M, Cellerino** A, Englert** C, Platzer** M
    Cell 2015, 163(6), 1527-38 * equal contribution, ** co-senior authors, featured in Cell Preview by Vanisha Lakhina and Coleen T. Murphy: Genome Sequencing Fishes out Longevity Genes. Cell. 2015 163(6):1312-3,Nature News by Ewen Callaway: Short-lived fish may hold clues to human age

Publications 2014:

  • Alternative splicing of Wilms tumor suppressor 1 (Wt1) exon 4 results in protein isoforms with different functions.
    Schnerwitzki* D, Perner* B, Hoppe B, Pietsch S, Mehringer R, Hänel F, Englert C
    Dev Biol 2014, 393(1), 24-32 * equal contribution