Jelle van den Ameele
Jelle van den Ameele
MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit, University of Cambridge
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An intrinsic mechanism of corticogenesis from embryonic stem cells
N Gaspard, T Bouschet, R Hourez, J Dimidschstein, G Naeije, ...
Nature 455 (7211), 351-357, 2008
5602008
Chronic lymphocytic inflammation with pontine perivascular enhancement responsive to steroids (CLIPPERS)
SJ Pittock, J Debruyne, KN Krecke, C Giannini, J Van Den Ameele, ...
Brain 133 (9), 2626-2634, 2010
2852010
Generation of cortical neurons from mouse embryonic stem cells
N Gaspard, T Bouschet, A Herpoel, G Naeije, J Van Den Ameele, ...
Nature protocols 4 (10), 1454, 2009
1292009
BCL6 controls neurogenesis through Sirt1-dependent epigenetic repression of selective Notch targets
L Tiberi, J Van Den Ameele, J Dimidschstein, J Piccirilli, D Gall, A Herpoel, ...
Nature neuroscience 15 (12), 1627-1635, 2012
972012
Cortical neurogenesis and morphogens: diversity of cues, sources and functions
L Tiberi, P Vanderhaeghen, J Van Den Ameele
Current opinion in cell biology 24 (2), 269-276, 2012
852012
Thinking out of the dish: what to learn about cortical development using pluripotent stem cells
J Van Den Ameele, L Tiberi, P Vanderhaeghen, I Espuny-Camacho
Trends in neurosciences 37 (6), 334-342, 2014
782014
A BCL6/BCOR/SIRT1 complex triggers neurogenesis and suppresses medulloblastoma by repressing Sonic Hedgehog signaling
L Tiberi, J Bonnefont, J Van Den Ameele, SD Le Bon, A Herpoel, A Bilheu, ...
Cancer cell 26 (6), 797-812, 2014
672014
Eomesodermin induces Mesp1 expression and cardiac differentiation from embryonic stem cells in the absence of Activin
J Van Den Ameele, L Tiberi, A Bondue, C Paulissen, A Herpoel, ...
EMBO reports 13 (4), 355-362, 2012
602012
Ephrin-B1 controls the columnar distribution of cortical pyramidal neurons by restricting their tangential migration
J Dimidschstein, L Passante, A Dufour, J Van Den Ameele, L Tiberi, ...
Neuron 79 (6), 1123-1135, 2013
522013
High prevalence of focal and multi-focal somatic genetic variants in the human brain
MJ Keogh, W Wei, J Aryaman, L Walker, J Van Den Ameele, J Coxhead, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-12, 2018
292018
Epigenetic remodelling licences adult cholangiocytes for organoid formation and liver regeneration
L Aloia, MA McKie, G Vernaz, L Cordero-Espinoza, N Aleksieva, ...
Nature cell biology 21 (11), 1321-1333, 2019
282019
Targeted DamID reveals differential binding of mammalian pluripotency factors
SW Cheetham, WH Gruhn, J Van Den Ameele, R Krautz, TD Southall, ...
Development 145 (20), 2018
262018
Mitochondrial heteroplasmy beyond the oocyte bottleneck
J Van Den Ameele, AYZ Li, H Ma, PF Chinnery
Seminars in cell & developmental biology 97, 156-166, 2020
182020
A familial heterozygous null mutation of MET in autism spectrum disorder
N Lambert, V Wermenbol, B Pichon, S Acosta, J Van Den Ameele, ...
Autism research 7 (5), 617-622, 2014
182014
Mitochondrial diseases: a diagnostic revolution
KR Schon, T Ratnaike, J van den Ameele, R Horvath, PF Chinnery
Trends in Genetics, 2020
142020
Cortical neurogenesis requires Bcl6-mediated transcriptional repression of multiple self-renewal-promoting extrinsic pathways
J Bonnefont, L Tiberi, J Van Den Ameele, D Potier, ZB Gaber, X Lin, ...
Neuron 103 (6), 1096-1108. e4, 2019
112019
TaDa! Analysing cell type-specific chromatin in vivo with Targeted DamID
J Van Den Ameele, R Krautz, AH Brand
Current opinion in neurobiology 56, 160-166, 2019
92019
Teenage-onset progressive myoclonic epilepsy due to a familial C9orf72 repeat expansion
J Van Den Ameele, I Jedlickova, A Pristoupilova, A Sieben, ...
Neurology 90 (8), e658-e663, 2018
82018
Neural stem cell temporal patterning and brain tumour growth rely on oxidative phosphorylation
J Van Den Ameele, AH Brand
Elife 8, e47887, 2019
62019
Chronic pain is common in mitochondrial disease
J Van Den Ameele, J Fuge, RDS Pitceathly, S Berry, Z McIntyre, ...
Neuromuscular Disorders 30 (5), 413-419, 2020
52020
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