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  1. Dina S. Coelho, Silvia Schwartz, Marisa M. Merino, Barbara Hauert, Barbara Topfel, Christa Rhiner and Eduardo Moreno (2018) Culling less fit neurons protects against amyloid-Beta-induced brain damage and cognitive and motor decline Cell Rep (doi:10.1016/j.celrep.2018.11.098)

    Schwartz S and Rhiner C (2018) Reservoirs for Repair? Damage-responsive stem cells and adult tissue regeneration in Drosophila Int. J. Dev. Biol.

    Simões AR, Rhiner C (2017) A Cold-Blooded View on Adult Neurogenesis Front Neurosci (doi:10.3389/fnins.2017.00327)

    Moreno E., Fernandez-Marrero, Y., Meyer, P., and Rhiner, C (2015) Brain regeneration in Drosophila involves comparison of neuronal fitness Curr. Biol. (doi:10.1016/j.cub.2015.02.014)

    Merino MM, Rhiner C, Lopez-Gay JM, Buechel D, Hauert B, Moreno E (2015) Elimination of unfit cells maintains tissue health and prolongs lifespan Cell (doi:10.1016/j.cell.2014.12.017)

    Moreno E, Fernandez-Marrero Y, Meyer P, Rhiner C. (2015) Brain regeneration in Drosophila involves comparison of neuronal fitness. Curr. Biol. (doi:doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2015.02.014)

    Moreno, E. and Rhiner, C (2014) Darwin`s multicellularity: From neurotrophic theories and cell competition to fitness fingerprints Curr Op Cell Bio (doi:10.1016/j.ceb.2014.06.011)

    Merino MM, Rhiner C, Portela M, Moreno E (2013) "Fitness fingerprints" mediate physiological culling of unwanted neurons in Drosophila Curr. Biol. (doi:10.1016/j.cub.2013.05.053)

    Rhiner C, López-Gay JM, Soldini D, Casas-Tinto S, Martín FA, Lombardía L, Moreno E (2010) Flower Forms an Extracellular Code that Reveals the Fitness of a Cell to its Neighbors in Drosophila Dev. Cell

    Portela M, Casas-Tinto S, Rhiner C, López-Gay JM, Domínguez O, Soldini D, Moreno E (2010) Drosophila SPARC is a self-protective signal expressed by loser cells during cell competition Dev. Cell

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