Publications

Journal Article (5)

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Journal Article
Grabner, C.; Moser, T.: The mammalian rod synaptic ribbon is essential for Cav channel facilitation and ultrafast fusion of the readily releasable pool of vesicles. bioRxiv, 336503 (2020)
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Journal Article
Keppeler, D.; Schwaerzle, M.; Harczos, T.; Jablonski, L.; Dieter, A.; Wolf, B.; Ayub, S.; Vogl, C.; Wrobel, C.; Hoch, G. et al.; Abdellatif, K.; Jeschke, M.; Rankovic, V.; Paul, O.; Ruther, P.; Moser, T.: Multichannel optogenetic stimulation of the auditory pathway using microfabricated LED cochlear implants in rodents. Science Translational Medicine 12 (553), eabb8086 (2020)
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Journal Article
Jean, P.; Anttonen, T.; Michanski, S.; de Diego, A. M. G.; Steyer, A. M.; Neef, A.; Oestreicher, D.; Kroll, J.; Nardis, C.; Pangršič, T. et al.; Möbius, W.; Ashmore, J.; Wichmann, C.; Moser, T.: Macromolecular and electrical coupling between inner hair cells in the rodent cochlea. Nature Communications 11, 3208 (2020)
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Journal Article
Kroll, J.; Özçete, Ö. D.; Jung, S.; Maritzen, T.; Milosevic, I.; Wichmann, C.; Moser, T.: AP180 promotes release site clearance and clathrin-dependent vesicle reformation in mouse cochlear inner hair cells. Journal of Cell Science 133, jcs236737 (2020)
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Journal Article
Kroll, J.; Özçete, Ö. D.; Jung, S.; Maritzen, T.; Milosevic, I.; Wichmann, C.; Moser, T.: AP180 promotes release site clearance and clathrin-dependent vesicle reformation in mouse cochlear inner hair cells. Journal of Cell Science 133 (2), jcs236737 (2020)

Book Chapter (1)

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Book Chapter
Moser, T.: Presynaptic physiology of cochlear inner hair cells. In: The Senses., Vol. 2, 2. Ed., pp. 441 - 467 (Ed. Fritzsch, B.). Elsevier, San Diego, Calif. (2020)
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