Institute of Molecular Psychiatry

  • Director: Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Andreas Zimmer
  • University of Bonn
  • Venusberg-Campus 1, Bldg. 76
  • 53127 Bonn

Publications 1986-1989


Zimmer A, Gruss P. (1989). Production of chimaeric mice containing embryonic stem (ES) cells carrying a homoeobox Hox 1.1 allele mutated by homologous recombination. Nature, 338: 150-3.

Zimmer A, Gruss P. (1989). New strategies in developmental biology: in vivo mutagenesis as a tool to dissect mammalian development. In: Vectors as Tools for the Study of Normal and Abnormal Growth and Differentiation. Vol. H 34 (ed. H Lother), pp 17-32. Springer Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Zimmer A, Gruss P. (1989). Precision mutagenesis by homologous recombination. In: Current Communications in Molecular Biology. Molecular Genetics of Early Drosophila and Mouse Development. (ed. M.R. Capecchi). Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, New York.


Schulze F, Chowdhury K, Zimmer A, Drescher U, Gruss P. (1987). The murine homeo box gene product, Hox 1.1 protein, is growth-controlled and associated with chromatin. Differentiation, 36: 130-137.


Jost E, Lepper K, Högner D, Zimmer A, Boschek B. (1986). Redistribution of nuclear lamins in mitotic cells. Biol. Cell, 57: 111-126.