Publications

González-Morales N, Marescal O, Szikora S, Katzemich A, Biro P, Erdelyi M, Mesquita T, Mihaly J, and Schöck F. Oxoglutarate dehydrogenase coordinates myofibril growth by maintaining amino acid homeostasis. In review.


37. Fisher LAB and Schöck F (2022). The unexpected versatility of ALP/Enigma family proteins. Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology 10, 963608. [review; Impact factor: 6.1]


36. Schöck F and González-Morales N (2022). The insect perspective on Z-disc structure and biology. Journal of Cell Science 135(20), jcs260179. PMID: 36226637 [review; Impact factor: 4.2]


35. Liao KA, González-Morales N, and Schöck F (2020). Characterizing the actin-binding ability of Zasp52 and its contribution to myofibril assembly. PLoS ONE 15(7), e0232137. PMID: 32614896 [Impact factor: 3.3]


34. Marescal O, Schöck F, and González-Morales N (2020). Bimolecular fluorescence complementation (BiFC) for studying sarcomeric protein interactions in Drosophila. Bio-protocol 10(7), e3569. PMID: 33659539


33. González-Morales N, and Schöck F (2020). Commentary: Nanoscopy reveals the layered organization of the sarcomeric H-zone and I-band complexes. Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology 8:74. PMID: 32117994 [Impact factor: 5.2]


32. González-Morales N, Xiao YS, Schilling MA, Marescal O, Liao KA, and Schöck F (2019). Myofibril diameter is set by a finely tuned mechanism of protein oligomerization in Drosophila. eLife 8, e50496. PMID: 31746737 [Impact factor: 7.6]

➤  highlighted as an “eLife digest”


31. Katzemich A, Long JY, Panneton V, Fisher LAB, Hipfner D, and Schöck F (2019). Slik phosphorylation of talin T152 is crucial for proper talin recruitment and maintenance of muscle attachment in Drosophila. Development 146(20), dev176339. PMID: 31511253 [Impact factor: 6.3]


30. González-Morales N, Marsh TW, Katzemich A, Marescal O, Xiao YS, and Schöck F (2019). Different evolutionary trajectories of two insect-specific paralogous proteins involved in stabilizing muscle myofibrils. Genetics 212, 743-755. PMID: 31123042. [Impact factor: 4.6]


29. Xiao YS, Schöck F, and González-Morales N (2017). Rapid IFM dissection for visualizing fluorescently tagged sarcomeric proteins. Bio-protocol 7(22), e2606. PMID: 29423427


28. González-Morales N, Holenka TK, and Schöck F (2017). Filamin actin-binding and titin-binding fulfill distinct functions in Z-disc cohesion. PLoS Genetics 13(7), e1006880. PMID: 28732005. [Impact factor: 7.1]


27. Liao KA, Gonzáles-Morales N, and Schöck F (2016). Zasp52, a core Z-disc protein in Drosophila indirect flight muscles, interacts with alpha-actinin via an extended PDZ domain. PLoS Genetics 12(10), e1006400. PMID: 27783625. [Impact factor: 7.5]


26. Fernandes I and Schöck F (2014). The nebulin repeat protein Lasp regulates I-band architecture and filament spacing in myofibrils. Journal of Cell Biology 206, 559-572. PMID: 25113030. [Impact Factor: 10.4]

➤  with cover; highlighted in “In this issue”; most-read J Cell Biol research article (#9) in September 2014; image from this work was a finalist in the GE Life Sciences Cell Imaging competition 2013.

➤ recommended by Faculty of 1000


25. Ellis SJ, Goult BT, Fairchild MJ, Harris NJ, Long J, Lobo P, Czerniecki S, van Petegem F, Schöck F, Peifer M, and Tanentzapf G (2013). Talin autoinhibition is required for morphogenesis. Current Biology 23, 1825-1833. PMID: 24012314. [Impact factor: 10.4]

➤ recommended by Faculty of 1000


24. Katzemich A, Liao KA, Czerniecki S, and Schöck F (2013). Alp/Enigma family proteins cooperate in Z-disc formation and myofibril assembly. PLoS Genetics 9(3), e1003342. PMID: 23505387. [Impact factor: 9.4]


23. Bouaouina M, Jani K, Long JY, Czerniecki S, Morse EM, Ellis SJ, Tanentzapf G, Schöck F*, and Calderwood DA* (2012). Zasp regulates integrin activation. Journal of Cell Science 125, 5647-5657. PMID: 22992465. [Impact factor: 6.4]

➤ *corresponding authors; most-read J Cell Sci research article (#14) in September 2012; mentioned on the cover and highlighted in “In this issue”.


22. Katzemich A, Kreisköther N, Alexandrovich A, Elliott C, Schöck F, Leonard K, Sparrow J, and Bullard B (2012). The function of the M-line protein, obscurin, in controlling the symmetry of the sarcomere in Drosophila flight muscle. Journal of Cell Science 125, 3367-3379. PMID: 22467859. [Impact factor: 6.4]

➤ highlighted in “In this issue”.


21. Katzemich A, Long JY, Jani K, Lee BR, and Schöck F (2011). Muscle type-specific expression of Zasp52 isoforms in Drosophila. Gene Expression Patterns 11, 484-490. PMID: 21867777. [Impact factor: 2.2]


20. Rohn, JL, Sims D, Liu T, Federova M, Schöck F, Vartiainen M, Dopie J, Kiger A, Perrimon N, and Baum B (2011). Comparative RNAi screening identifies a conserved core metazoan actinome by phenotype. Journal of Cell Biology 194, 789-805. PMID: 21893601. [Impact Factor: 10.1]

➤ featured in “Editorial: New Tools for JCB”.


19. Haghayeghi A, Sarac A, Czerniecki S, Grosshans J, and Schöck F (2010). Pellino enhances innate immunity in Drosophila. Mechanisms of Development 127, 301-307. PMID: 20117206. [Impact factor: 3.2]

➤ recommended by Faculty of 1000


18. Jani K and Schöck F (2009). Molecular mechanisms of mechanosensing in muscle development. Developmental Dynamics 238, 1526-1534. PMID: 19441055. [review; Impact factor: 3.1]


17. Sparrow JC and Schöck F (2009). The initial steps of myofibril assembly: integrins pave the way. Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 10, 293-298. PMID: 19190670. [review; Impact factor: 34.2]

➤ An influential review resulting in a flurry of publications analyzing the role of formins in muscle thin filament assembly.


16. Lee S, Zhou L, Kim J, Kalbfleisch S and Schöck F (2008). Lasp anchors the Drosophila male stem cell niche and mediates spermatid individualization. Mechanisms of Development 125, 768-776. PMID: 18655828. [Impact factor: 3.4]


15. Jani K and Schöck F (2007). Zasp is required for the assembly of functional integrin adhesion sites. Journal of Cell Biology 179, 1583-1597. PMID: 18166658. [Impact Factor: 9.8]

➤ A highly cited publication presented as a selected Talk at the American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting and the Annual Drosophila Research Conference.


14. Reed BH, Wilk R, Schöck F, and Lipshitz HD (2004). Integrin-dependent apposition of Drosophila extra-embryonic membranes promotes morphogenesis and prevents anoikis. Current Biology 14, 372-380. PMID: 15028211. [Impact factor: 11.5]

➤ recommended by Faculty of 1000


Prior Publications

13. Schöck F and Perrimon N (2003). Retraction of the Drosophila germ band requires cell-matrix interaction. Genes & Development 17(5), 597-602. [Impact factor: 18.8]

12. Schöck F and Perrimon N (2002). Cellular processes associated with germ band retraction in Drosophila. Developmental Biology 248(1), 29-39. [with cover; Impact factor: 5.6]

11. Schöck F and Perrimon N (2002). Molecular mechanisms of epithelial morphogenesis. Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology 18, 463-493. [review; Impact factor: 27.1]

10. Hrdlicka L, Gibson M, Kiger A, Micchelli C, Schober M, Schöck F and Perrimon N (2002). Analysis of twenty-four Gal4 lines in Drosophila melanogaster. Genesis 34, 51-57. [Impact factor: 3.3]

9. Treichel D, Schöck F, Jäckle, H, Gruss P, and Mansouri A (2003). mBtd is required to maintain signaling during murine limb development. Genes & Development 17, 2630-2635. [Impact factor: 18.8]

8. Schöck F, Reischl J, Wimmer E, Taubert H, Purnell BA and Jäckle H (2000). buttonhead prevents phenotypic suppression of empty spiracles. Nature 405, 351-354. [Impact factor: 29.5]

7. Schöck F, Sauer F, Jäckle H and Purnell BA (1999). Drosophila head segmentation factor Buttonhead interacts with the same TATA box-binding protein-associated factors and in vivo targets as human Sp1 but executes a different biological program. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 96, 5061-5065. [Impact factor: 9.8]

6. Schöck F, Purnell BA, Wimmer EA and Jäckle H (1999). Common and diverged functions of the Drosophila gene pair D-Sp1 and buttonhead. Mechanisms of Development 89, 125-132. [Impact factor: 4.9]

5. Niessing D, Rivera-Pomar R, La Rosée A, Häder T, Schöck F, Purnell, BA and Jäckle H (1997). A cascade of transcriptional control leading to axis determination in Drosophila. Journal of Cellular Physiology 173, 162-167. [review; Impact factor: 3.8]

4. Bürklen L, Schöck F und Dahl MK (1998) Molecular analysis of the interaction between the Bacillus subtilis trehalose repressor TreR and the tre operator. Molecular & General Genetics 260, 48-55. [Impact factor: 2.9]

3. Schöck F, Gotsche S and Dahl MK (1996). Vectors using the phospho-alpha-(1,1)-glucosidase-encoding gene treA of Bacillus subtilis as a reporter. Gene 170, 77-80. [Impact factor: 2.3]

2. Schöck F and Dahl MK (1996). Analysis of DNA flanking the treA gene of Bacillus subtilis reveals genes encoding a putative specific enzyme IITre and a potential regulator of the trehalose operon. Gene 175, 59-63. [Impact factor: 2.3]

1. Schöck F and Dahl MK (1996). Expression of the tre operon of Bacillus subtilis 168 is regulated by the repressor TreR. Journal of Bacteriology 178, 4576-4581. [Impact factor: 3.3]