Roland Foisner

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1993 Medical University of Vienna, Wien, Wien, Austria 
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Naetar N, Georgiou K, Knapp C, et al. (2021) LAP2alpha maintains a mobile and low assembly state of A-type lamins in the nuclear interior. Elife. 10
Moser B, Basílio J, Gotzmann J, et al. (2020) Comparative Interactome Analysis of Emerin, MAN1 and LEM2 Reveals a Unique Role for LEM2 in Nucleotide Excision Repair. Cells. 9
Evans DE, Graumann K, Foisner R. (2019) Editorial for the SEB florence special issue: functional organisation of the nuclear periphery. Nucleus (Austin, Tex.). 10: 167-168
Osmanagic-Myers S, Foisner R. (2019) The structural and gene expression hypotheses in laminopathic diseases-not so different after all. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 30: 1786-1790
Osmanagic-Myers S, Kiss A, Manakanatas C, et al. (2018) Endothelial progerin expression causes cardiovascular pathology through an impaired mechanoresponse. The Journal of Clinical Investigation
Vidak S, Georgiou K, Fichtinger P, et al. (2018) Nucleoplasmic lamins define growth-regulating functions of lamina-associated polypeptide 2α in progeria cells. Journal of Cell Science. 131
Foisner R, Straight AF. (2017) Editorial overview: The cell nucleus: New discoveries on nuclear structure, dynamics and function. Current Opinion in Cell Biology. 46: iv-vi
Naetar N, Ferraioli S, Foisner R. (2017) Lamins in the nuclear interior - life outside the lamina. Journal of Cell Science. 130: 2087-2096
Naetar N, Ferraioli S, Foisner R. (2017) Lamins in the nuclear interior - life outside the lamina. Journal of Cell Science. 130: 2087-2096
Thanisch K, Song C, Engelkamp D, et al. (2017) Nuclear envelope localization of LEMD2 is developmentally dynamic and lamin A/C dependent yet insufficient for heterochromatin tethering. Differentiation; Research in Biological Diversity. 94: 58-70
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