Rudolf Rübsamen, Ph.D.

Biology University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany 
Auditory Neuroscience
"Rudolf Rübsamen"
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Müller MK, Jovanovic S, Keine C, et al. (2019) Functional Development of Principal Neurons in the Anteroventral Cochlear Nucleus Extends Beyond Hearing Onset. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 13: 119
Sarrou M, Schmitz PM, Hamm N, et al. (2018) Sound frequency affects the auditory motion-onset response in humans. Experimental Brain Research
Keine C, Rübsamen R, Englitz B. (2017) Signal integration at spherical bushy cells enhances representation of temporal structure but limits its range. Elife. 6
Nerlich J, Rübsamen R, Milenkovic I. (2017) Developmental Shift of Inhibitory Transmitter Content at a Central Auditory Synapse. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 11: 211
Jovanovic S, Radulovic T, Coddou C, et al. (2016) Tonotopic action potential tuning of maturing auditory neurons through endogenous ATP. The Journal of Physiology
Keine C, Rübsamen R, Englitz B. (2016) Inhibition in the auditory brainstem enhances signal representation and regulates gain in complex acoustic environments. Elife. 5
Goyer D, Kurth S, Gillet C, et al. (2016) Slow Cholinergic Modulation of Spike Probability in Ultra-Fast Time-Coding Sensory Neurons. Eneuro. 3
Blosa M, Sonntag M, Jäger C, et al. (2015) The extracellular matrix molecule brevican is an integral component of the machinery mediating fast synaptic transmission at the calyx of Held. The Journal of Physiology. 593: 4341-60
Freigang C, Richter N, Rübsamen R, et al. (2015) Age-related changes in sound localisation ability. Cell and Tissue Research. 361: 371-86
Keine C, Rübsamen R. (2015) Inhibition shapes acoustic responsiveness in spherical bushy cells. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 35: 8579-92
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