Publications

Neurovascular interaction in the nervous system, Volume 35,
M. Segarra, M. R. Aburto, J.K Hefendehl and A. Acker-Palmer. Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology 2019 (in press)
Long-term in vivo imaging of individual microglia cells. A.A. Skodras, J.K. Hefendehl and J.J. Neher. Methods in Molecular Biology 2019 (in press)
Nanoscale Surveillance of the Brain by Microglia via cAMP-Regulated Filopodia. Bernier LP, Bohlen CJ, York EM, Choi HB, Kamyabi A, Dissing-Olesen L, Hefendehl JK, Collins HY, Stevens B., Barris B, MacVicar BA. Cell Reports Vol 27, Issue 10, 4 June 2019
Longevity of microglia revealed by long-term in vivo imaging of individual cells. P. Füger, J.K. Hefendehl, C. Schlosser, A.C.Wendeln, U.Obermüller, J.J.Neher,   P. Martus, S. Kohsaka, S. Sisodia, M. Thunemann, R. Feil, A. Skodras, M.Jucker, Nature Neurosi 28 August 2017; doi:10.1038/nn.4631
Activation of neuronal NMDA receptors triggers transient ATP-medated microglial process outgrowth. Dissing-Olesen L, LeDue J, Rungta R, Hefendehl JK, Choi H, and MacVicar B. J Neurosci. 2014, JN-RM-0405-14R1
Homeostatic and injury-induced microglia behavior in the aging brain. Hefendehl JK, Neher JJ, Sühs RB, Kohsaka S, Skodras A, and Jucker M. Aging Cell 2013 Aug 16; pp1–10 
Comment on “ApoE-Directed Therapeutics Rapidly Clear b-Amyloid and Reverse Deficits in AD Mouse Models”. Veeraraghavalu K,* Zhang C,* Miller S,* Hefendehl JK,* Rajapaksha TW,* Ulrich J,* Jucker M, Holtzman DM, Tanzi RE , Vassar R, Sisodia SS. (shared first authorship). Science 2013 Jan 22 340, 924 (2013) 
Long-term in vivo Imaging of β-Amyloid Plaque Appearance and Growth in a Mouse Model of Cerebral β-Amyloidosis. Hefendehl JK*, Wegenast-Braun BM*, Liebig C, Eicke D, Milford D, Calhoun ME, Eichner M, Jucker M.. J Neurosci. 2011 Jan 12;31(2):624-9. 
Repeatable target localization for long-term in vivo imaging of mice with mulitphoton microscopy. J.K. Hefendehl, Milford D.K., Eicke D.,  Grathwohl S.A., Wegenast-Braun B.M., Calhoun M.E.,Jucker M.,  and Liebig C. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 205 (2011) 357-363. 
Modeling familial Danish dementia in mice supports the concept of the amyloid hypothesis of Alzheimer’s disease. Coomaraswamy J, Kilger E, Wölfing H, Schäfer C, Kaeser SA, Wegenast-Braun BM, Hefendehl JK, Wolburg H, Mazzella M, Ghiso J, Goedert M, Akiyama H, Garcia-Sierra F, Wolfer DP, Mathews PM, Jucker M. PNAS 2010 Apr 27;107(17):7969-74. 

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