Lisa Marshall

University of Lübeck, Lübeck, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany 
"Lisa Marshall"
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Schleier Iii JJ, Marshall LA, Davis RS, et al. (2015) A quantitative approach for integrating multiple lines of evidence for the evaluation of environmental health risks. Peerj. 3: e730
Kleindl WJ, Rains MC, Marshall LA, et al. (2015) Fire and flood expand the floodplain shifting habitat mosaic concept Freshwater Science. 34: 1366-1382
Smith T, Marshall L, Sharma A. (2015) Modeling residual hydrologic errors with Bayesian inference Journal of Hydrology. 528: 29-37
Binder S, Berg K, Gasca F, et al. (2014) Transcranial slow oscillation stimulation during sleep enhances memory consolidation in rats. Brain Stimulation. 7: 508-15
Derad I, Sayk F, Lehnert H, et al. (2014) Intranasal angiotensin II in humans reduces blood pressure when angiotensin II type 1 receptors are blocked. Hypertension. 63: 762-7
Binder S, Rawohl J, Born J, et al. (2014) Transcranial slow oscillation stimulation during NREM sleep enhances acquisition of the radial maze task and modulates cortical network activity in rats. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 7: 220
Long JA, Lawrence RL, Miller PR, et al. (2014) Adoption of cropping sequences in northeast Montana: A spatio-temporal analysis Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 197: 77-87
Marshall L, Binder S. (2013) Contribution of transcranial oscillatory stimulation to research on neural networks: an emphasis on hippocampo-neocortical rhythms. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7: 614
Ayoub A, Aumann D, Hörschelmann A, et al. (2013) Differential effects on fast and slow spindle activity, and the sleep slow oscillation in humans with carbamazepine and flunarizine to antagonize voltage-dependent Na+ and Ca2+ channel activity. Sleep. 36: 905-11
Menz MM, Rihm JS, Salari N, et al. (2013) The role of sleep and sleep deprivation in consolidating fear memories. Neuroimage. 75: 87-96
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