Jens Eilers

University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany 
calcium, cerebellum, two-photon imaging
"Jens Eilers"
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Burkart ME, Kurzke J, Jacobi R, et al. (2024) KATP channel mutation disrupts hippocampal network activity and nocturnal gamma shifts. Brain : a Journal of Neurology
Bullmann T, Kaas T, Ritzau-Jost A, et al. (2024) Human iPSC-derived neurons with reliable synapses and large presynaptic action potentials. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Weichard I, Taschenberger H, Gsell F, et al. (2023) Fully-primed slowly-recovering vesicles mediate presynaptic LTP at neocortical neurons. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2305460120
Wender M, Bornschein G, Brachtendorf S, et al. (2023) Ca2.2 channels sustain vesicle recruitment at a mature glutamatergic synapse. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Köhler S, Winkler U, Junge T, et al. (2022) Gray and white matter astrocytes differ in basal metabolism but respond similarly to neuronal activity. Glia
Eshra A, Schmidt H, Eilers J, et al. (2021) Calcium dependence of neurotransmitter release at a high fidelity synapse. Elife. 10
Ritzau-Jost A, Tsintsadze T, Krueger M, et al. (2021) Large, Stable Spikes Exhibit Differential Broadening in Excitatory and Inhibitory Neocortical Boutons. Cell Reports. 34: 108612
Kaiser N, Pätz C, Brachtendorf S, et al. (2020) Undisturbed climbing fiber pruning in the cerebellar cortex of CX CR1-deficient mice. Glia
Bornschein G, Eilers J, Schmidt H. (2019) Neocortical High Probability Release Sites Are Formed by Distinct Ca Channel-to-Release Sensor Topographies during Development. Cell Reports. 28: 1410-1418.e4
Wagner W, Lippmann K, Heisler FF, et al. (2019) Myosin VI Drives Clathrin-Mediated AMPA Receptor Endocytosis to Facilitate Cerebellar Long-Term Depression. Cell Reports. 28: 11-20.e9
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