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1. L. Nicholson, N. Gervasi, T. Falières, A. Leroy, D. Miremont, D. Zala, C. Hanus# Whole-Cell Photobleaching Reveals Time-Dependent Compartmentalization of Soluble Proteins by the Axon Initial Segment (2020).  Front Cell Neurosci. 2020 Jul 10;14:180. doi: 10.3389/fncel.2020.00180.

2. MJ. Kennedy# and C. Hanus# Architecture and Dynamics of the Neuronal Secretory Networks (2019). Annu Rev Cell Dev Biol. 35:543-566. doi: 10.1146/annurev-cellbio-100818-125418.

3. B. Alvarez-Castelao, CT. Schanzenbächer*, C. Hanus*, C. Glock, S. tom Dieck, AR. Doerrbaum, I. Bartnik, B. Nassim-Assir, E. Ciirdaeva, A. Mueller, D. Dieterich, DA. Tirrell, JD. Langer, and EM. Schuman.  Cell-type-specific metabolic labeling of nascent proteomes in vivo (2017). Nature Biotechnology 35(12):1196-1201. doi: 10.1038/nbt.4016.* Equal contribution.

4. A.B. Bowen, A.M. Bourke, B.G. Hiester, C. Hanus, M.J. Kennedy.  Golgi-independent secretory trafficking through recycling endosomes in neuronal dendrites and spines (2017).  eLife doi:10.7554/eLife.27362.

5. C. Hanus#, H. Geptin, G. Tushev, S. Garg, B.Alvarez-Castelao, S. Sambandan, L. Kochen, A-S. Hafner, J. Langer and E.M. Schuman# (2016). Unconventional secretory processing diversifies neuronal ion channel properties.  eLife doi:10.7554/eLife.20609. # Corresponding author.

6. C. Hanus# and M.D. Ehlers# (2016). Specialization of biosynthetic membrane trafficking for neuronal form and function. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 39:8-16. # Corresponding authors.

7. S. tom Dieck*, L. Kochen*, C. Hanus, M. Heumüller, I. Bartnik, B. Nassim-Assir, K. Merk, T. Mosler, S. Garg, S. Bunse, D.A. Tirrell, E.M. Schuman (2015). Direct visualization of newly synthesized target proteins in situ. Nature Methods, doi: 10.1038/nmeth.3319. * Equal contribution.

8. F. Buhr, J. Kohl-Landgraf, S. tom Dieck, C. Hanus, D. Chatterjee, A. Hegelein, E.M. Schuman, J. Wachtweitl, H. Schwalbe (2015). Design of photocaged puromycin for nascent polypeptide release and spatiotemporal monitoring of translation. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. 54(12):3717-21.

9. C. Hanus#, L. Kochen, S. tom Dieck, V. Racine, J.B. Sibarita, E.M. Schuman and M.D. Ehlers# (2014). Synaptic Control of Early Secretory Trafficking in Dendrites. Cell Reports, 7(6):1771-8. # Corresponding author.

10. S. tom Dieck C. Hanus and E.M. Schuman (2014). SnapShot: local protein translation in dendrites. Neuron 81(4):958-958.

11. C. Hanus and E.M. Schuman (2013). Proteostasis in Complex Dendrites. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 14(9):638-48.

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12. K.H. Condon, J. Ho, C.G. Robinson, C. Hanus, M.D. Ehlers (2013). The Angelman Syndrome Protein Ube3a is Required for Golgi Acidification and Surface Protein Sialylation. The Journal of Neuroscience, 33(9):3799 –814.


13. T. Cui-Wang*, C. Hanus*, T. Cui, T.D. Helton, J. Bourne, D.J. Watson, K.M. Harris and M.D. Ehlers (2012).  Local Zones of ER Complexity Confine Cargo in Neuronal Dendrites. Cell, 148(1-2):309-21. *Equal contribution.

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14. C. Hanus and M.D. Ehlers (2008). Secretory outposts for the local processing of membrane cargo in neuronal dendrites.  Traffic, 9(9):1437-45.

15. M.V. Ehrensperger, C. Hanus, C. Vannier, A. Triller, and M. Dahan (2007).  Multiple association states between glycine receptors and gephyrin identified by SPT analysis. Biophysical Journal, 92(10):3706-18.

16. C. Hanus, M.V. Ehrensperger, and A. Triller (2006).  Activity-dependent movements of postsynaptic scaffolds at inhibitory synapses. The Journal of Neuroscience, 26(17):4586-95.

17. C. Hanus, C. Vannier, and A. Triller (2004).  Intracellular Association of Glycine Receptor with Gephyrin Increases Its Plasma Membrane Accumulation Rate. The Journal of Neuroscience, 24(5):1119-1128.

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