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Agarwal, A.; Zhang, M.; Trembak-Duff, I.; Unterbarnscheidt, T.; Radyushkin, K.; Dibaj, P.; de Souza, D. M.; Boretius, S.; Brzózka, M. M.; Steffens, H. et al.; Berning, S.; Teng, Z.; Gummert, M. N.; Tantra, M.; Guest, P. C.; Willig, K. I.; Frahm, J.; Hell, S. W.; Bahn, S.; Rossner, M. J.; Nave, K. A.; Ehrenreich, H.; Zhang, W.; Schwab, M. H.: Dysregulated expression of Neuregulin-1 by cortical pyramidal neurons disrupts synaptic plasticity. Cell Reports 8 (4), pp. 1130 - 1145 (2014)
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Tuoc, T.C.; Boretius, S.; Sansom, S. N.; Pitulescu, M. E.; Frahm, J.; Livesey, F. J.; Stoykova, A.: Chromatin regulation by BAF170 controls cerebral cortical size and thickness. Developmental Cell 25 (3), pp. 256 - 269 (2013)
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Boretius, S.; Tammer, R.; Michaelis, T.; Brockmöller, J.; Frahm, J.: Halogenated volatile anesthetics alter brain metabolism as revealed by proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy of mice in vivo. NeuroImage 69, pp. 244 - 255 (2013)
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Hagemeyer, N.; Goebbels, S.; Papiol, S.; Kästner, A.; Hofer, S.; Begemann, M.; Gerwig, U.; Boretius, S.; Wieser, G. L.; Ronnenberg, A. et al.; Gurvich, A.; Heckers, S. H.; Frahm, J.; Nave, K. A.; Ehrenreich, H.: A myelin gene causative of a catatonia-depression syndrome upon aging. EMBO Molecular Medicine 4 (6), pp. 528 - 539 (2012)
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Fünfschilling, U.; Supplie, L. M.; Mahad, D.; Boretius, S.; Saab, A.; Edgar, J.; Brinkmann, B. G.; Kassmann, C. M.; Tzvetanova, I. D.; Möbius, W. et al.; Diaz, F.; Meijer, D.; Suter, U.; Hamprecht, B.; Sereda, M. W.; Moraes, C. T.; Frahm, J.; Goebbels, S.; Nave, K. A.: Glycolytic oligodendrocytes maintain myelin and long-term axonal integrity. Nature 485 (7399), pp. 517 - 521 (2012)
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Hagemeyer, N.; Boretius, S.; Ott, C.; von Streitberg, A.; Welpinghus, H.; Frahm, J.; Simons, M.; Ghezzi, P.; Ehrenreich, H.: Erythropoietin attenuates neurological and histological consequences of toxic demyelination in mice. Molecular Medicine 18, pp. 628 - 635 (2012)
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Boretius, S.; Escher, A.; Dallenga, T.; Wrzos, C.; Tammer, R.; Brueck, W.; Nessler, S.; Frahm, J.; Stadelmann, C.: Assessment of lesion pathology in a new animal model of MS by multiparametric MRI and DTI. NeuroImage 59 (3), pp. 2678 - 2688 (2012)
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Sumpf, T.; Uecker, M.; Boretius, S.; Frahm, J.: Model-based nonlinear inverse reconstruction for T2 mapping using highly undersampled spin-echo MRI. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging 34 (2), pp. 420 - 428 (2011)
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Radyushkin, K.; El-Kordi, A.; Boretius, S.; Castaneda, S.; Ronnenberg, A.; Reim, K.; Bickeboeller, H.; Frahm, J.; Brose, N.; Ehrenreich, H.: Complexin2 null mutation requires a ‘second hit’ for induction of phenotypic changes relevant to schizophrenia. Genes, Brain and Behavior 9 (6), pp. 592 - 602 (2010)
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Goebbels, S.; Oltrogge, J. H.; Kemper, R.; Heilmann, I.; Bormuth, I.; Wolfer, S.; Wichert, S. P.; Moebius, W.; Liu, X.; Lappe-Siefke, C. et al.; Rossner, M. J.; Groszer, M.; Suter, U.; Frahm, J.; Boretius, S.; Nave, K. A.: Elevated phosphatidylinositol 3,4,5-trisphosphate in glia triggers cell-autonomous membrane wrapping and myelination. Journal of Neuroscience 30 (26), pp. 8953 - 8964 (2010)
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Boretius, S.; Michaelis, T.; Tammer, R.; Ashery-Padan, R.; Frahm, J.; Stoykova, A.: In vivo MRI of altered brain anatomy and fiber connectivity in adult Pax6 deficient mice. Cerebral Cortex 19 (12), pp. 2838 - 2847 (2009)
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Michaelis, T.; Boretius, S.; Frahm, J.: Localized proton MRS of animal brain in vivo: models of human disorders. Progress in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy 55 (1), pp. 1 - 34 (2009)
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Michaelis, T.; Abaei, A.; Boretius, S.; Tammer, R.; Frahm, J.; Schlumbohm, C.: Intrauterine hyperexposure to dexamethasone of the common marmoset monkey revealed normal cerebral metabolite concentrations in adulthood as assessed by quantitative proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy in vivo. Journal of Medical Primatology 38 (3), pp. 213 - 218 (2009)
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Radyushkin, K.; Hammerschmidt, K.; Boretius, S.; Varoqueaux, F.; El-Kordi, A.; Ronnenberg, A.; Winter, D.; Frahm, J.; Fischer, J.; Brose, N.: Neuroligin-3-deficient mice: model of a monogenic heritable form of autism with an olfactory deficit. Genes, Brain and Behavior 8 (4), pp. 416 - 425 (2009)
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Boretius, S.; Kasper, L.; Tammer, R.; Michaelis, T.; Frahm, J.: MRI of cellular layers in mouse brain in vivo. NeuroImage 47, pp. 1252 - 1260 (2009)
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Gadjanski, I.; Williams, S. K.; Boretius, S.; Lingor, P.; Knoeferle, J.; Saettler, M. B.; Fairless, R.; Hohmeister, S.; Suehs, K. W.; Michaelis, T. et al.; Frahm, J.; Storch, M. K.; Baehr, M.; Diem, R.: Role of N-type voltage-dependent calcium channels in autoimmune optic neuritis. Annals of Neurology 66, pp. 81 - 93 (2009)
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Diem, R.; Demmer, I.; Boretius, S.; Merkler, D.; Schmelting, B.; Williams, S. K.; Saettler, M. B.; Baehr, M.; Michaelis, T.; Frahm, J. et al.; Brueck, W.; Fuchs, E.: Autoimmune optic neuritis in the common marmoset monkey: comparison of visual evoked potentials with MRI and histopathology. Investigative Opthalmology and Visual Science 49 (8), pp. 3707 - 3714 (2008)
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Boretius, S.; Gadjanski, I.; Demmer, I.; Baehr, M.; Diem, R.; Michaelis, T.; Frahm, J.: MRI of optic neuritis in a rat model. NeuroImage 41 (2), pp. 323 - 334 (2008)
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Jamain, S.; Radyushkin, K.; Hammerschmidt, K.; Granon, S.; Boretius, S.; Varoqueaux, F.; Ramanantsoa, N.; Gallego, J.; Ronnenberg, A.; Winter, D. et al.; Frahm, J.; Fischer, J.; Bourgeron, T.; Ehrenreich, H.; Brose, N.: Reduced social interaction and ultrasonic communication in a mouse model of monogenic heritable autism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105 (5), pp. 1710 - 1715 (2008)
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Nessler, S.; Boretius, S.; Stadelmann, C.; Bittner, A.; Merkler, D.; Hartung, H. P.; Michaelis, T.; Brueck, W.; Frahm, J.; Sommer, N. et al.; Hemmer, B.: Early MRI changes in a mouse model of multiple sclerosis are predictive of severe inflammatory tissue damage. Brain 130, pp. 2186 - 2198 (2007)
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