ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-100122-1
Beretta, Carlo
Email: carlo.beretta@medma.uni-heidelberg.de
Address: University of Heidelberg Faculty of Medicine Mannheim CBTM Department of Cell and Molecular Biology Ludolf-Krehl Strasse 13-17 Mannheim, 68167 Germany
Phone: 0049 (0)621 383 9657
Fax: 0049 (0)621 383 9652


Beretta, C.A., Dross, N., Guglielmi, L., Bankhead, P., Soulika, M., Gutierrez-Triana, J.A., Paolini, A., Poggi, L., Falk, J., Ryu, S., Kapsimali, M., Engel, U., Carl, M. (2017) Early Commissural Diencephalic Neurons Control Habenular Axon Extension and Targeting. Current biology : CB. 27(2):270–278
Beretta, C.A., Dross, N., Engel, U., Carl, M. (2016) Tracking Cells in GFP-transgenic Zebrafish Using the Photoconvertible PSmOrange System. Journal of visualized experiments : JoVE. (108):e53604
Hüsken, U., Stickney, H.L., Gestri, G., Bianco, I.H., Faro, A., Young, R.M., Roussigne, M., Hawkins, T.A., Beretta, C.A., Brinkmann, I., Paolini, A., Jacinto, R., Albadri, S., Dreosti, E., Tsalavouta, M., Schwarz, Q., Cavodeassi, F., Barth, A.K., Wen, L., Zhang, B., Blader, P., Yaksi, E., Poggi, L., Zigman, M., Lin, S., Wilson, S.W., Carl, M. (2014) Tcf7l2 Is Required for Left-Right Asymmetric Differentiation of Habenular Neurons. Current biology : CB. 24(19):2217-27
Mwafi, N., Beretta, C.A., Paolini, A., and Carl, M. (2014) Divergent Wnt8a gene expression in teleosts. PLoS One. 9(1):e85303
Demir, K., Kirsch, N., Beretta, C.A., Erdmann, G., Ingelfinger, D., Moro, E., Argenton, F., Carl, M., Niehrs, C., and Boutros, M. (2013) RAB8B is required for activity and caveolar endocytosis of LRP6. Cell Reports. 4(6):1224-1234
Beretta, C.A., Dross, N., Bankhead, P., and Carl, M. (2013) The ventral habenulae of zebrafish develop in prosomere 2 dependent on Tcf7l2 function. Neural Development. 8(1):19
Beretta, C.A., Dross, N., Guiterrez-Triana, J.A., Ryu, S., and Carl, M. (2012) Habenula circuit development: past, present, and future. Frontiers in Neurogenesis. 6:51
Beretta, C.A., Brinkmann, I., and Carl, M. (2011) All four zebrafish Wnt7 genes are expressed during early brain development. Gene expression patterns : GEP. 11(3-4):277-84