Participation in “Cells in Motion”

  • Research interests: generation and regulation of ciliary and flagella beat pattern, cilia in development and disease, ciliary ultrastructure, left-right axis development, ciliogenesis
  • Papers in the research focus “cell dynamics and imaging”


    Burkhalter MD, Sridhar A, Sampaio P, Jacinto R, Burczyk MS, Donow C, Angenendt M, Hempel M, Walther P, Pennekamp P, Omran H, Lopes SS, Ware SM, Philipp M. Imbalanced mitochondrial function provokes heterotaxy via aberrant ciliogenesis. J Clin Invest 2019;129: 2841-2855. Abstract
    Cindric S, Dougherty GW, Olbrich H, Hjeij R, Loges NT, Amirav I, Philipsen MC, Marthin JK, Nielsen KG, Sutharsan S, Raidt J, Werner C, Pennekamp P, Dworniczak B, Omran H. SPEF2- and HYDIN-mutant Cilia Lack the Central Pair Associated Protein SPEF2 Aiding PCD Diagnostics. Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol 2019: epub. Abstract
    Nothe-Menchen T, Wallmeier J, Pennekamp P, Hoben IM, Olbrich H, Loges NT, Raidt J, Dougherty GW, Hjeij R, Dworniczak B, Omran H. Randomization of Left-right Asymmetry and Congenital Heart Defects: The Role of DNAH5 in Humans and Mice. Circ Genom Precis Med 2019: epub. Abstract
    Pringsheim M, Mitter D, Schroder S, Warthemann R, Plumacher K, Kluger G, Baethmann M, Bast T, Braun S, Buttel H-M, Conover E, Courage C, Datta AN, Eger A, Grebe TA, Hasse-Wittmer A, Heruth M, Hoft K, Kaindl AM, Karch S, Kautzky T, Korenke GC, Kruse B, Lutz RE, Omran H, Patzer S, Philippi H, Ramsey K, Rating T, Riess A, Schimmel M, Westman R, Zech F-M, Zirn B, Ulmke PA, Sokpor G, Tuoc T, Leha A, Staudt M, Brockmann K. Structural brain anomalies in patients with FOXG1 syndrome and in Foxg1+/- mice. Ann Clin Transl Neurol 2019;6: 655-668. Abstract
    Wallmeier J, Frank D, Shoemark A, Nothe-Menchen T, Cindric S, Olbrich H, Loges NT, Aprea I, Dougherty GW, Pennekamp P, Kaiser T, Mitchison HM, Hogg C, Carr SB, Zariwala MA, Ferkol T, Leigh MW, Davis SD, Atkinson J, Dutcher SK, Knowles MR, Thiele H, Altmuller J, Krenz H, Woste M, Brentrup A, Ahrens F, Vogelberg C, Morris-Rosendahl DJ, Omran H. De Novo Mutations in FOXJ1 Result in a Motile Ciliopathy with Hydrocephalus and Randomization of Left/Right Body Asymmetry. Am J Hum Genet 2019;105: 1030-1039. Abstract