Olivier Raineteau received its Ph.D. degree from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich (2000) where he became interested in the capacity and limitations of the central nervous system to reorganize after a lesion. His work aims at better understanding the basic mechanisms controlling the behavior of neural stem cells in the postnatal central nervous system in order to design innovative approaches to recruit these cells after lesion or in pathologies.
|2014||32(5):1301-12||Persistent Wnt/β-catenin signaling determines dorsalization of the postnatal subventricular zone and neural stem cell specification into oligodendrocytes and glutamatergic neurons||Azim K, Fischer B, Hurtado-Chong A, Draganova K, Cantù C, Zemke M, Sommer L, Butt A, Raineteau O||Stem Cells||-|
|2014||32(10):2583-95||Targeting the bHLH transcriptional networks by mutated E proteins in experimental glioma||Beyeler S, Joly S, Fries M, Obermair FJ, Burn F, Mehmood R, Tabatabai G, Raineteau O||Stem Cells||-|
|2019||10.1002/stem.3071||Concise Review: Contributions of Single-Cell Approaches for Probing Heterogeneity and Dynamics of Neural Progenitors Throughout Life||Marcy G, Raineteau O||Stem Cells||-|
|2019||37(11):1381-1388||Contributions of Single-Cell Approaches for Probing Heterogeneity and Dynamics of Neural Progenitors Throughout Life: Concise Review.||Marcy G, Raineteau O||Stem Cells||-|
|2017||i-11||Postnatal Neural Stem Cells: Probing their competence for cortical repair||Donega V, Raineteau O||The Neuroscientist||-|