Laura Behrendt

LGSA Member

The role of membrane-shaping proteins in hereditary axonopathies

Friedrich Schiller University Jena (FSU): Faculty of Biological Sciences
Leibniz Institute on Aging - Fritz Lipmann Institute (FLI): Kaether Research Group

First Supervisor:

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

Doctoral Disputation:


Publications 2022:

  • Conserved exchange of paralog proteins during neuronal differentiation.
    Di Fraia D, Anitei M, Mackmull MT, Parca L, Behrendt L, Andres-Pons A, Gilmour D, Helmer Citterich M, Kaether C, Beck M, Ori A
    Life Sci Alliance 2022, 5(6)
  • Publications 2021:

    • The role of Atlastin-3 in hereditary axonopathies / by B.Sc., M.Sc., Laura Behrendt
      Behrendt L
      Dissertation 2021, Jena, Germany
    • Disease-causing mutated ATLASTIN 3 is excluded from distal axons and reduces axonal autophagy.
      Behrendt L, Hoischen C, Kaether C
      Neurobiol Dis 2021, 155, 105400

    Publications 2020:

    • Atlastine – wie defekte Netzwerke Neuropathien verursachen
      Behrendt L, Kaether C
      BIOspektrum 2020, 5, 485-7

    Publications 2019:

    • A disease causing ATLASTIN 3 mutation affects multiple endoplasmic reticulum-related pathways.
      Behrendt L, Kurth I, Kaether C
      Cell Mol Life Sci 2019, 76(7), 1433-45
    • The nuclear pore proteins Nup88/214 and T-ALL-associated NUP214 fusion proteins regulate Notch signaling.
      Kindermann B, Valkova C, Krämer A, Perner B, Engelmann C, Behrendt L, Kritsch D, Jungnickel B, Kehlenbach RH, Oswald F, Englert C, Kaether C
      J Biol Chem 2019, 294(31), 11741-50