ZFIN ID: ZDB-LAB-201209-2
Schulz Lab
PI/Director: Schulz, Rüdiger W.
Contact Person: Schulz, Rüdiger W.
Email: r.w.schulz@uu.nl
URL:
Address: Hugo R. Kruytbuilding, room O 806 Padualaan 8, 3584 CH Utrecht
Country: Netherlands
Phone: +31 2533046
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Line Designation: uua


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ZEBRAFISH PUBLICATIONS OF LAB MEMBERS
Skaftnesmo, K.O., Crespo, D., Kleppe, L., Andersson, E., Edvardsen, R.B., Norberg, B., Fjelldal, P.G., Hansen, T.J., Schulz, R.W., Wargelius, A. (2021) Loss of stra8 Increases Germ Cell Apoptosis but Is Still Compatible With Sperm Production in Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar). Frontiers in cell and developmental biology. 9:657192
Crespo, D., Assis, L.H.C., Zhang, Y.T., Safian, D., Furmanek, T., Skaftnesmo, K.O., Norberg, B., Ge, W., Choi, Y.C., den Broeder, M.J., Legler, J., Bogerd, J., Schulz, R.W. (2021) Insulin-like 3 affects zebrafish spermatogenic cells directly and via Sertoli cells. Communications biology. 4:204
Crespo, D., Assis, L.H.C., van de Kant, H.J.G., de Waard, S., Safian, D., Lemos, M.S., Bogerd, J., Schulz, R.W. (2019) Endocrine and local signaling interact to regulate spermatogenesis in zebrafish: Follicle-stimulating hormone, retinoic acid and androgens. Development (Cambridge, England). 146(21):
Crespo, D., Lemos, M.S., Zhang, Y.T., Safian, D., Norberg, B., Bogerd, J., Schulz, R. (2019) PGE2 inhibits spermatogonia differentiation in zebrafish: interaction with Fsh and an androgen. The Journal of endocrinology. 244(1):163-175
Safian, D., Bogerd, J., Schulz, R.W. (2019) Regulation of spermatogonial development by Fsh: the complementary roles of locally produced Igf and Wnt signaling molecules in adult zebrafish testis. General and comparative endocrinology. 284:113244
Safian, D., Ryane, N., Bogerd, J., Schulz, R.W. (2018) Fsh stimulates Leydig cell Wnt5a production, enriching zebrafish type A spermatogonia. The Journal of endocrinology. 239:351-363
Safian, D., Bogerd, J., Schulz, R. (2018) Igf3 activates β-catenin signaling to stimulate spermatogonial differentiation in zebrafish. The Journal of endocrinology. 238(3):245-257
de Castro Assis, L.H., Nobrega, R.H., Gómez-González, N.E., Bogerd, J., Schulz, R. (2018) Estrogen-induced inhibition of spermatogenesis in zebrafish is largely reversed by androgen. Journal of molecular endocrinology. 60(4):273-284
Safian, D., van der Kant, H.J.G., Crespo, D., Bogerd, J., Schulz, R.W. (2017) Follicle-Stimulating Hormone Regulates igfbp Gene Expression Directly or via Downstream Effectors to Modulate Igf3 Effects on Zebrafish Spermatogenesis.. Frontiers in endocrinology. 8:328
Morais, R.D.V.S., Crespo, D., Nóbrega, R.H., Lemos, M.S., van de Kant, H.J.G., de França, L.R., Male, R., Bogerd, J., Schulz, R.W. (2017) Antagonistic regulation of spermatogonial differentiation in zebrafish (Danio rerio) by Igf3 and Amh. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology. 454:112-124
Crespo, D., Assis, L.H., Furmanek, T., Bogerd, J., Schulz, R.W. (2016) Expression profiling identifies Sertoli and Leydig cell genes as Fsh targets in adult zebrafish testis. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology. 437:237-251
Safian, D., Morais, R.D., Bogerd, J., Schulz, R.W. (2016) Igf binding proteins protect undifferentiated spermatogonia in the zebrafish testis against excessive differentiation. Endocrinology. 157(11):4423-4433
Assis, L.H., Crespo, D., Morais, R.D., França, L.R., Bogerd, J., Schulz, R.W. (2016) INSL3 stimulates spermatogonial differentiation in testis of adult zebrafish (Danio rerio). Cell and tissue research. 363(2):579-88
Nóbrega, R.H., de Souza Morais, R.D., Crespo, D., de Waal, P.P., de França, L.R., Schulz, R.W., Bogerd, J. (2015) Fsh stimulates spermatogonial proliferation and differentiation in zebrafish via Igf3. Endocrinology. 156(10):3804-17
Morais, R.D., Nóbrega, R.H., Gómez-González, N.E., Schmidt, R., Bogerd, J., França, L.R., and Schulz, R.W. (2013) Thyroid Hormone Stimulates the Proliferation of Sertoli Cells and Single Type A Spermatogonia in Adult Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Testis. Endocrinology. 154(11):4365-76
Baudiffier, D., Hinfray, N., Ravaud, C., Creusot, N., Chadili, E., Porcher, J.M., Schulz, R.W., and Brion, F. (2013) Effect of in vivo chronic exposure to clotrimazole on zebrafish testis function. Environmental science and pollution research international. 20(5):2747-2760
Chen, S.X., Bogerd, J., Schoonen, N.E., Martijn, J., de Waal, P.P., and Schulz, R.W. (2013) A progestin (17α,20β-dihydroxy-4-pregnen-3-one) stimulates early stages of spermatogenesis in zebrafish. General and comparative endocrinology. 185:1-9
Baudiffier, D., Hinfray, N., Vosges, M., Creusot, N., Chadili, E., Porcher, J.M., Schulz, R.W., and Brion, F. (2012) A critical role of follicle-stimulating hormone (Fsh) in mediating the effect of clotrimazole on testicular steroidogenesis in adult zebrafish. Toxicology. 298(1-3):30-39
Hinfray, N., Baudiffier, D., Leal, M.C., Porcher, J.M., Aït-Aïssa, S., Le Gac, F., Schulz, R.W., and Brion, F. (2011) Characterization of testicular expression of P450 17α-hydroxylase, 17,20-lyase in zebrafish and its perturbation by the pharmaceutical fungicide clotrimazole. General and comparative endocrinology. 174(3):309-17
Skaar, K.S., Nóbrega, R.H., Magaraki, A., Olsen, L.C., Schulz, R.W., and Male, R. (2011) Proteolytically Activated, Recombinant Anti-Mullerian Hormone Inhibits Androgen Secretion, Proliferation, and Differentiation of Spermatogonia in Adult Zebrafish Testis Organ Cultures. Endocrinology. 152(9):3527-40
Nóbrega, R.H., Greebe, C.D., van de Kant, H., Bogerd, J., de França, L.R., and Schulz, R.W. (2010) Spermatogonial stem cell niche and spermatogonial stem cell transplantation in zebrafish. PLoS One. 5(9):pii: e12808
García-López, A., de Jonge, H., Nóbrega, R.H., de Waal, P.P., van Dijk, W., Hemrika, W., Taranger, G.L., Bogerd, J., and Schulz, R.W. (2010) Studies in Zebrafish Reveal Unusual Cellular Expression Patterns of Gonadotropin Receptor Messenger Ribonucleic Acids in the Testis and Unexpected Functional Differentiation of the Gonadotropins. Endocrinology. 151(5):2349-2360