Selected Publications

Hörnberg H, Perez-Garci E, Schreiner D, Hattstatt-Burkle L, Magara F, Baudouin S, Matter A, Nacro K, Pecho-Vrieseling E and Scheiffele P (2020). Restoration of oxytocin receptor signaling and social recognition in a mouse model of autism. Nature 584(7820):252–6.

Jansen AH, Batenburg KL, Pecho-Vrieseling E and Reits EA (2016). Visualization of prion-like transfer in Huntington’s disease models. Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1863(3):793–800.

Brykczynska U, Pecho-Vrieseling E, Thiemeyer A, Klein J, Fruh I, Doll T, Manneville C, Fuchs S, Lazeolla M, Beibel M,  Roma G, Naumann U, Kelley N, Oakeley EJ, Mueller M, Gomez-Mancilla B, Bühler M, Tabolacci E, Chiurazzi P, Neri G, Bouwmeester T, Di Giorgio FP, Fodor BD (2016). CGG repeat-induced FMR1 silencing depends on the expansion size in human iPSCs and neurons carrying unmethylated full mutations. Stem Cell Reports, 7(6):1059–1071.

Pecho-Vrieseling E. Hunting cellular mechanisms underlying the spreading of misfolded protein pathology in the brain. Neuropathol Appl Neurobiol, 2016, 42(2): 135–6. Editorial.

Pecho-Vrieseling E*, Rieker C*, Fuchs S, Bleckmann D, Esposito MS, Botta P, Goldstein C, Bernhard M, Galimberti I, Müller M, Lüthi A, Arber S, Bouwmeester T, van der Putten H and Di Giorgio FP. Transneuronal propagation of mutant huntingtin contributes to non-cell autonomous pathology in neurons. Nat Neurosci., 2014, 17(8): 1064–1072. * Equal contribution