Research Group Synaptic Nanophysiology


Journal Article (14)

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    Mager, T.; de la Morena, D. L.; Senn, V.; Schlotte, J.; D´Errico, A.; Feldbauer, K.; Wrobel, C.; Jung, S.; Bodensiek, K.; Rankovic, V. et al.; Browne, L.; Huet, A.; Jüttner, J.; Wood, P. G.; Letzkus, J. J.; Moser, T.; Bamberg, E.: High frequency neural spiking and auditory signaling by ultrafast red-shifted optogenetics. Nature Communications (2018)
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    Neef, J.; Urban, N. T.; Ohn, T. L.; Frank, T.; Jean, P.; Hell, S. W.; Willig, K. I.; Moser, T.: Quantitative optical nanophysiology of Ca2+ signaling at inner hair cell active zones. Nature Communications (2018)
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    Krinner, S.; Butola, T.; Jung, S.; Wichmann, C.; Moser, T.: RIM-binding protein 2 promotes a large number of CaV1.3 Ca2+-channels and contributes to fast synaptic vesicle replenishment at hair cell active zones. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience (2017)
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    Vogl, C.; Butola, T.; Haag, N.; Hausrat, T. J.; Leitner, M. G.; Moutschen, M.; Lefebvre, P. P.; Speckmann, C.; Garrett, L.; Becker, L. et al.; Fuchs, H.; de Angelis, M. H.; Nietzsche, S.; Kessels, M. M.; Oliver, D.; Kneussel, M.; Kilimann, M. W.; Strenzke, N.: The BEACH protein LRBA is required for hair bundle maintenance in cochlear hair cells and for hearing. EMBO Reports 18 (11), pp. 2015 - 2029 (2017)
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    Butola, T.; Wichmann, C.; Moser, T.: Piccolo promotes vesicle replenishment at a fast central auditory synapse. Frontiers in Synaptic Neuroscience (2017)
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    Picher, M. M.; Oprişoreanu, A. M.; Jung, S.; Michel, K.; Schoch, S.; Moser, T.: Rab interacting molecules 2 and 3 directly interact with the pore-forming CaV1.3 Ca2+ channel subunit and promote its membrane expression. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience (2017)
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    Picher, M. M.; Gehrt, A.; Meese, S.; Ivanovic, A.; Predoehl, F.; Jung, S.; Schrauwen, I.; Dragonetti, A. G.; Colombo, R.; Van Camp, G. et al.; Strenzke, N.; Moser, T.: Ca2+-binding protein 2 inhibits Ca2+-channel inactivation in mouse inner hair cells. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114 (9), pp. E1717 - E1726 (2017)
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    Vogl, C.; Panou, I.; Yamanbaeva, G.; Wichmann, C.; Mangosing, S. J.; Vilardi, F.; Indzhykulian, A. A.; Pangršič, T.; Santarelli, R.; Rodriguez-Ballesteros, M. et al.; Weber, T.; Jung, S.; Cardenas, E.; Wu, X.; Wojcik, S. M.; Kwan, K. Y.; Del Castillo, I.; Schwappach, B.; Strenzke, N.; Corey, D. P.; Lin, S. Y.; Moser, T.: Tryptophan-rich basic protein (WRB) mediates insertion of the tail-anchored protein otoferlin and is required for hair cell exocytosis and hearing. The EMBO Journal 35 (23), pp. 2536 - 2552 (2016)
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    Moser, T.; Vogel, C.: New insights into cochlear sound encoding. F1000Research (2016)
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    Ohn, T. L.; Rutherford, M. A.; Jing, Z.; Jung, S.; Duque-Afonso, C. J.; Hoch, G.; Picher, M. M.; Scharinger, A.; Strenzke, A.; Moser, T.: Hair cells use active zones with different voltage dependence of Ca2+ influx to decompose sounds into complementary neural codes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2016)
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    Grabner, C.; Ratliff, C. P.; Light, A. C.; DeVries, S. H.: Mechanism of high-frequency signaling at a depressing ribbon synapse. Neuron 91 (1), pp. 133 - 145 (2016)
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    Moser, T.: Eyes without a ribbon. EMBO Journal 35 (10), pp. 1018 - 1020 (2016)
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    Jung, S.; Maritzen, T.; Wichmann, C.; Jing, Z.; Neef, A.; Revelo, N. H.; Al‐Moyed, H.; Meese, S.; Wojcik, S. M.; Panou, I. et al.; Bulut, H.; Schu, P.; Ficner, R.; Reisinger, E.; Rizzoli, S. O.; Neef, J.; Strenzke, N.; Haucke, V.; Moser, T.: Disruption of adaptor protein 2μ (AP‐2μ) in cochlear hair cells impairs vesicle reloading of synaptic release sites and hearing. EMBO Journal 34 (21), pp. 2686 - 2702 (2015)
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    Moser, T.: Gene therapy for deafness: How close are we? Science Translational Medicine (2015)
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