Fachgebiet Tierphysiologie

Publications


2021

  • Brill SE, Maraslioglu A, Kurz C, Kramer F, Fuhr MF, Singh A, Friauf E (2021) Glycinergic transmission in the presence and absence of funtional GlyT2: lessons from the auditory brainstem. Front Synaptic Neurosci.

2020

  • Eitelmann S, Petersilie L, Rose CR, Stephan J (2020) Altered gap junction network topography in mouse models for human hereditary deafness. Int J Mol Sci 21:7376. PMID: 33036242https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33036242/

2019

  • Müller NIC, Sonntag M, Maraslioglu A, Hirtz JJ, Friauf E (2019) Topographic map refinement and synaptic strengthening of a sound localization circuit require spontaneous peripheral activity. J Physiol 597:5469-5493. PMID: 31529505
  • Brill SE, Janz K, Singh A, Friauf E (2019) Considerable differences between auditory medulla, auditory midbrain, and hippocampal synapses during sustained high-frequency stimulation: exceptional vesicle replenishment restricted to sound localization circuit. Hear Res 381:107771. PMID: 31394425
  • Fischer AU, Müller NIC, Deller T, Del Turco D, Fisch JO, Griesemer D, Kattler K, Maraslioglu A, Roemer V, Xu-Friedman MA, Walter J, Friauf E (2019) GABA is a modulator, rather than a classical transmitter, in the medial nucleus of the trapezoid body-lateral superior olive sound localization circuit. J Physiol 597:2269-2295. PMID: 30776090
  • Friauf E, Krächan EG, Müller NIC (2019) Lateral Superior Olive: Organization, Development, and Plasticity. The Oxford Handbook of  the Auditory Brainstem (Ed. Kandler K). DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190849061.013.10 
  • Moritz CP, Mühlhaus MH, Tenzer S, Schulenborg T, Friauf E (2019) Poor transcript-protein correlation in the brain: negatively correlating gene products reveal neuronal polarity as a potential cause. J Neurochem 149:582-604. PMID: 130664243

2018

  • Beiderbeck B, Myoga MH, Müller NIC, Callan AR, Friauf E, Grothe B, Pecka M (2018) Precisely timed inhibition facilitates action potential firing for spatial coding in the auditory brainstem. Nat Commun 9:1771. PMID: 29720589
  • Ghirardini E, Wadle SL, Augustin V, Becker J, Brill S, Hammerich J, Seifert G, Stephan J (2018) Expression of functional inhibitory neurotransmitter transporters GlyT1, GAT-1, and GAT-3 by astrocytes of inferior colliculus and hippocampus. Mol Brain 11:4. PMID: 29370841
  • Matt L, Eckert P, Panford-Walsh R, Geisler HS, Bausch AE, Manthey M, Müller NIC, Harasztosi C, Rohbock K, Ruth P, Friauf E, Ott T, Zimmermann U, Rüttiger L, Schimmang T, Knipper M, Singer W (2018) Visualizing BDNF Transcript Usage During Sound-Induced Memory Linked Plasticity. Front Mol Neurosci 11:260. PMID: 30127717
  • Wadle SL, Augustin V, Langer J, Jabs R, Philippot C, Weingarten DJ, Rose CR, Steinhauser C, Stephan J. 2018. Anisotropic panglial coupling reflects tonotopic organization in the inferior colliculus. Front Cell Neurosci 12:431.Wadle S, Augustin V, Langer J, Jabs R, Philippot C, Weingarten DJ, Rose CR, Steinhauser C, Stephan J, (2018) Anisotropic panglial coupling reflects tonotopic organization in the inferior colliculus. Front Cell Neurosci 12:431.

2017

  • Krächan EG, Fischer AU, Franke J, Friauf E (2017) Synaptic reliability and temporal precision are achieved via high quantal content and effective replenishment: auditory brainstem versus hippocampus. J Physiol 595:839-864. PMID: 27673320
  • Schilling S, Mehr A, Ludewig S, Stephan J, Zimmermann M, August A, Strecker P, Korte M, Koo EH, Muller UC, Kins S, Eggert S (2017) APLP1 Is a Synaptic Cell Adhesion Molecule, Supporting Maintenance of Dendritic Spines and Basal Synaptic Transmission. J Neurosci 37:5345-5365. PMID: 28450540

2016

  • Augustin V, Bold C, Wadle SL, Langer J, Jabs R, Philippot C, Weingarten DJ, Rose CR, Steinhäuser C, Stephan J (2016) Functional anisotropic panglial networks in the lateral superior olive. Glia 64:1892-911. PMID: 27458984.
  • Strecker P, Ludewig S, Rust M, Mundinger TA, Görlich A, Krächan EG, Mehrfeld C, Herz J, Korte M, Guénette SY, Kins S (2016) FE65 and FE65L1 share common synaptic functions and genetically interact with the APP family in neuromuscular junction formation. Sci Rep. 6:25652. PMID: 27734846.
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