CCI – Centre for Cell Imaging


The following list is a summary of literature (articles and theses) in which equipment or personnel of the CCI participated until mid 2017. We urge people to acknowledge us and send us published material yet it is frequently forgotten. Therefore, a ‘more or less complete’ list is generated from searches in Pubmed / Google Scholar/Web Of Science and the Narcis thesis database. We like to attend you to the Royal Microscopy Society document on the general acknowledgements of facilities to remind you why it is important to allow our work to be evaluated and valued (link)

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  1. Jansen, A. J. G. et al. Influenza-induced thrombocytopenia is subtype and sialoglycan receptor dependent and increases with virus pathogenicity. (2020)
  2. Wang, C. et al. A human monoclonal antibody blocking SARS-CoV-2 infection Running Head: A cross-neutralizing human antibody targeting SARS-CoV and SARS-2 CoV-2. bioRxiv (2020) doi:10.1101/2020.03.11.987958.
  3. Molenaar, M. R. et al. Lecithin:Retinol Acyl Transferase (LRAT) induces the formation of lipid droplets. bioRxiv (2020) doi:10.1101/733931.
  4. Segeren, H. A. et al. Excessive E2F transcription in single cancer cells precludes transient cell cycle exit after DNA damage. bioRxiv 2020.03.19.998674 (2020) doi:10.1101/2020.03.19.998674.
  5. Bouwman, K. M. et al. N-glycosylation of infectious bronchitis virus M41 spike determines receptor specificity. Gen. Virol. (2020) doi:10.1099/jgv.0.001408.
  6. McPhail, J. A. et al. Characterization of the c10orf76‐PI4KB complex and its necessity for Golgi PI4P levels and enterovirus replication. EMBO Rep. 21, (2020).
  7. Haaker, M. W. et al. Identification of potential drugs for treatment of hepatic lipidosis in cats using an in vitro feline liver organoid system. J. Vet. Intern. Med. 34, 132–138 (2020).
  8. Tukker, A. M., Van Kleef, R. G. D. M., Wijnolts, F. M. J., De Groot, A. & Westerink, R. H. S. Towards animal-free neurotoxicity screening: Applicability of hiPSC-derived neuronal models for in vitro seizure liability assessment. ALTEX 37, 121–135 (2020).
  9. Asadi-Azarbaijani, B. et al. Imatinib mesylate does not counteract ovarian tissue fibrosis in postnatal rat ovary. Reprod. Biol. 19, 133–138 (2019).
  10. Parsons, L. M. et al. Glycosylation of the viral attachment protein of avian coronavirus is essential for host cell and receptor binding. J. Biol. Chem. 294, 7797–7809 (2019).
  11. Ducheyne, K. D. et al. In vitro production of horse embryos predisposes to micronucleus formation, whereas time to blastocyst formation affects likelihood of pregnancy. Fertil. Dev. 31, 1830 (2019).
  12. Henning, H. H. W., Batz-Schott, J., Grünther, B., Le Thi, X. & Waberski, D. Fluorescent labelling of boar spermatozoa for quantitative studies on competitive sperm–oviduct binding. Reprod. Fertil. Dev. 31, 1520 (2019).
  13. Nemanichvili, N. et al. Fluorescent Trimeric Hemagglutinins Reveal Multivalent Receptor Binding Properties. J. Mol. Biol. 431, 842–856 (2019).
  14. Horova, V. et al. Convergent evolution in the mechanisms of ACBD3 recruitment to picornavirus replication sites. PLoS Pathog. 15, (2019).
  15. Lyoo, H. et al. ACBD3 is an essential pan-enterovirus host factor that mediates the interaction between viral 3A protein and cellular protein PI4KB. MBio 10, (2019).
  16. Timmermans-Sprang, E. P. M., Mestemaker, H. M., Steenlage, R. R. & Mol, J. A. Dasatinib inhibition of cSRC prevents the migration and metastasis of canine mammary cancer cells with enhanced Wnt and HER signalling. Vet. Comp. Oncol. 17, 413–426 (2019).
  17. Mol, N. et al. Avian pathogenic Escherichia coli infection of a chicken lung epithelial cell line. Vet. Immunol. Immunopathol. 210, 55–59 (2019).
  18. Ducheyne, K. D. et al. Vitrifying immature equine oocytes impairs their ability to correctly align the chromosomes on the MII spindle. Fertil. Dev. 31, 1330–1338 (2019).
  19. Heesterbeek, D. A. et al. Bacterial killing by complement requires membrane attack complex formation via surface‐bound C5 convertases. EMBO J. 38, e99852 (2019).
  20. Rizzo, M. et al. Advanced mare age impairs the ability of in vitro-matured oocytes to correctly align chromosomes on the metaphase plate. Equine Vet. J. 51, 252–257 (2019).
  21. Leemans, B., Stout, T. A. E., Van Soom, A. & Gadella, B. M. pH dependent effects of procaine on equine gamete activation. Biol. Reprod. (2019) doi:10.1093/biolre/ioz131.
  22. Bernecic, N. C. et al. BODIPY-cholesterol can be reliably used to monitor cholesterol efflux from capacitating mammalian spermatozoa. Sci. Rep. 9, (2019).
  23. Yuan, R. et al. Cyclin F‐dependent degradation of E2F7 is critical for <scp>DNA</scp> repair and G2‐phase progression. EMBO J. (2019) doi:10.15252/embj.2018101430.
  24. Lindenbergh, M. F. S. S. et al. Bystander T-Cells Support Clonal T-Cell Activation by Controlling the Release of Dendritic Cell-Derived Immune-Stimulatory Extracellular Vesicles. Front. Immunol. 10, 448 (2019).
  25. Valtolina, C. et al. Immunohistochemical characterisation of the hepatic stem cell niche in feline hepatic lipidosis: a preliminary morphological study. J. Feline Med. Surg. 21, 165–172 (2019).
  26. Tukker, A. M., Wijnolts, F. M. J. J., de Groot, A., Wubbolts, R. W. & Westerink, R. H. S. S. In Vitro Techniques for Assessing Neurotoxicity Using Human iPSC-Derived Neuronal Models. in Neuromethods vol. 145 17–35 (2019).
  27. Li, X. et al. MUC1 is a receptor for the Salmonella SiiE adhesin that enables apical invasion into enterocytes. PLOS Pathog. 15, e1007566 (2019).
  28. Haapasalo, K. et al. Staphylococcus aureus toxin LukSF dissociates from its membrane receptor target to enable renewed ligand sequestration. FASEB J. 33, 1–18 (2019).
  29. Ordonez, S. R. et al. Antifungal activities of surfactant protein D in an environment closely mimicking the lung lining. Mol. Immunol. 105, 260–269 (2019).
  30. Peng, L., Matthijs, M. G. R., Haagsman, H. P. & Veldhuizen, E. J. A. Avian pathogenic Escherichia coli-induced activation of chicken macrophage HD11 cells. Dev. Comp. Immunol. 87, 75–83 (2018).
  31. Gorissen, B. et al. Hypoxia negatively affects senescence in osteoclasts and delays osteoclastogenesis. J. Cell. Physiol. 234, 414–426 (2018).
  32. Chen, H., Wubbolts, R. W., Haagsman, H. P. & Veldhuizen, E. J. A. Inhibition and Eradication of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Biofilms by Host Defence Peptides. Sci. Rep. 8, 10446 (2018).
  33. Voogdt, C. G. P., Merchant, M. E., Wagenaar, J. A. & Van Putten, J. P. M. Evolutionary regression and species-specific codon usage of TLR15. Front. Immunol. 9, (2018).
  34. Matondo, R. B. et al. Atypical E2f functions are critical for pancreas polyploidization. PLoS One 13, e0190899 (2018).
  35. Voogdt, C. G. P., Wagenaar, J. A. & van Putten, J. P. M. Duplicated TLR5 of zebrafish functions as a heterodimeric receptor. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 115, E3221–E3229 (2018).
  36. Ferraz, M. A. M. M. et al. An oviduct-on-a-chip provides an enhanced in vitro environment for zygote genome reprogramming. Nat. Commun. 9, 4934 (2018).
  37. Tukker, A. M., Wijnolts, F. M. J., de Groot, A. & Westerink, R. H. S. Human iPSC-derived neuronal models for in vitro neurotoxicity assessment. Neurotoxicology 67, 215–225 (2018).
  38. Yuan, R. et al. Chk1 and 14-3-3 proteins inhibit atypical E2Fs to prevent a permanent cell cycle arrest. EMBO J. 37, e97877 (2018).
  39. Ferraz, M. A. M. M. et al. Improved bovine embryo production in an oviduct-on-a-chip system: prevention of poly-spermic fertilization and parthenogenic activation. Lab Chip 17, 905–916 (2017).
  40. Zhang, W. et al. Chicken mannose binding lectin has antiviral activity towards infectious bronchitis virus. Virology 509, 252–259 (2017).
  41. Tuohetahuntila, M. et al. Lysosome-mediated degradation of a distinct pool of lipid droplets during hepatic stellate cell activation. J. Biol. Chem. 292, 12436–12448 (2017).
  42. Zhang, W. et al. Expression and characterization of recombinant chicken mannose binding lectin. Immunobiology 222, 518–528 (2017).
  43. Albulescu, L. et al. Uncovering oxysterol-binding protein (OSBP) as a target of the anti-enteroviral compound TTP-8307. Antiviral Res. 140, 37–44 (2017).
  44. Haapasalo, K. et al. Characterization Of The Stoichiometry Of The Complex Formed By Staphylococcal LukSF And Human C5aR Receptor In Living Cells. Immunobiology 221, 1141 (2017).
  45. Freitag, C. M., Strijbis, K. & van Putten, J. P. M. Host cell binding of the flagellar tip protein of Campylobacter jejuni. Cell. Microbiol. 19, e12714 (2017).
  46. Ajat, M. et al. Hepatic stellate cells retain the capacity to synthesize retinyl esters and to store neutral lipids in small lipid droplets in the absence of LRAT. Biochim. Biophys. Acta – Mol. Cell Biol. Lipids 1862, 176–187 (2017)

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  1. Rabouw, H. H. Viral evasion of cellular stress responses. (2020).
  2. Heesterbeek, D. A. How complement kills bacteria- a pore way to die. (Utrecht UMCU, 2019).
  3. Gibson, C. M. E. Pre-implantation conceptus-maternal communication in the horse : What can we learn from asynchronous embryo transfer? (Utrecht University, 2019).
  4. Sanders, K. Canine Cushing’s Syndrome: Prognostic Factors and New Treatment Options. (2019).
  5. Voogdt, C. G. P. Toll-like receptor biology : From evolution to function. (Universiteit Utrecht, 2019).
  6. Gibson, C. M. E. Pre-implantation conceptus-maternal communication in the horse : What can we learn from asynchronous embryo transfer? (2019).
  7. Sanders, K. Canine Cushing’s Syndrome: Prognostic Factors and New Treatment Options. (2019).
  8. Timmermans-Sprang, E. Wnt Signaling in Canine Mammary Cancer. (2019).
  9. Lindenbergh, M. F. S. Triggers for the release of extracellular vesicles from dendritic cells: Implications for antigen presentation : Implications for antigen presentation. (2019).
  10. Uhde, K. & Utrecht, U. The importance of cumulus cells for oocyte maturation and embryo development. (2018).
  11. Yuan, R. Walking the fine line of atypical E2F regulation during cell division. (Utrecht University, 2018).
  12. Bach, F. C. F. Mimicking developmental biology to regenerate the intervertebral disc. (Utrecht University, 2018).
  13. de Almeida Monteiro Melo Ferraz, M. Oviduct-on-a-chip : Creating an in vitro oviduct to study bovine gamete interaction and early embryo development. (Utrecht University, 2018).
  14. Onstein, W. K. Optimizing equine assisted reproductive technologies. (Utrecht University, 2018).
  15. Matondo, R. B. Emerging roles of the RB/E2F pathway in fatty liver disease and cancer. (Utrecht University, 2018).
  16. Baggen, J. Exploring picornavirus receptors and uncoating mechanisms. (Utrecht, 2018). doi:
  17. Boere, J. Extracellular vesicles in synovial fluid : Dynamics during joint inflammation and articular development and promise for joint regeneration and restoration of joint homeostasis. (2017). doi:978-94-028-0715-8.
  18. Vaezirad, M. Campylobacter jejuni strategies to evade hostile environments. (2017).
  19. Bakkers, M. Sweet attachment: structural and functional studies on nidovirus hemagglutinin-esterases. (2017).

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