Michael Kroiher, Ph.D.

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University of Cologne, Köln, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany 
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Schiffer PH, Danchin EGJ, Burnell AM, et al. (2019) Signatures of the Evolution of Parthenogenesis and Cryptobiosis in the Genomes of Panagrolaimid Nematodes. Iscience. 21: 587-602
Schiffer PH, Polsky AL, Cole AG, et al. (2018) The gene regulatory program of reveals conservation of phylum-specific expression. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Hiraki H, Kagoshima H, Kraus C, et al. (2017) Genome analysis of Diploscapter coronatus: insights into molecular peculiarities of a nematode with parthenogenetic reproduction. Bmc Genomics. 18: 478
Schiffer PH, Nsah NA, Grotehusmann H, et al. (2014) Developmental variations among Panagrolaimid nematodes indicate developmental system drift within a small taxonomic unit Development Genes and Evolution. 224: 183-188
Schiffer PH, Kroiher M, Kraus C, et al. (2013) The genome of Romanomermis culicivorax: revealing fundamental changes in the core developmental genetic toolkit in Nematoda. Bmc Genomics. 14: 923
Heger P, Kroiher M, Ndifon N, et al. (2010) Conservation of MAP kinase activity and MSP genes in parthenogenetic nematodes Bmc Developmental Biology. 10
Hoffmann U, Kroiher M. (2001) A possible role for the Cnidarian homologue of serum response factor in decision making by undifferentiated cells Developmental Biology. 236: 304-315
Kroiher M, Miller MA, Steele RE. (2001) Deceiving appearances: Signaling by "dead" and "fractured" receptor protein-tyrosine kinases Bioessays. 23: 69-76
Kroiher M, Reidling JC, Steele RE. (2000) A gene whose major transcript encodes only the substrate-binding domain of a protein-tyrosine kinase Gene. 241: 317-324
Siefker B, Kroiher M, Berking S. (2000) Induction of metamorphosis from the larval to the polyp stage is similar in Hydrozoa and a subgroup of Scyphozoa (Cnidaria, Semaeostomeae) Helgoland Marine Research. 54: 230-236
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