Jörg Geiger

"Jörg Geiger"
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Hadler MD, Alle H, Geiger JRP. (2024) Parvalbumin interneuron cell-to-network plasticity: mechanisms and therapeutic avenues. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences
Peng Y, Bjelde A, Aceituno PV, et al. (2024) Directed and acyclic synaptic connectivity in the human layer 2-3 cortical microcircuit. Science (New York, N.Y.). 384: 338-343
Murphy R, Alle H, Geiger JRP, et al. (2024) Estimation of persistent sodium-current density in rat hippocampal mossy fibre boutons: Correction of space-clamp errors. The Journal of Physiology
Rifat A, Ossola B, Bürli RW, et al. (2024) Differential contribution of THIK-1 K channels and P2X7 receptors to ATP-mediated neuroinflammation by human microglia. Journal of Neuroinflammation. 21: 58
Hadler MD, Tzilivaki A, Schmitz D, et al. (2024) Gamma oscillation plasticity is mediated via parvalbumin interneurons. Science Advances. 10: eadj7427
Wildner F, Neuhäusel TS, Klemz A, et al. (2023) Extracellular ATP inhibits excitatory synaptic input on parvalbumin positive interneurons and attenuates gamma oscillations via P2X4 receptors. British Journal of Pharmacology
Steiner LA, Kühn AA, Geiger JR, et al. (2022) Persistent synaptic inhibition of the subthalamic nucleus by high frequency stimulation. Brain Stimulation. 15: 1223-1232
Peng Y, Schöneberg N, Esposito MS, et al. (2022) Current approaches to characterize micro- and macroscale circuit mechanisms of Parkinson's disease in rodent models. Experimental Neurology. 351: 114008
Peng Y, Barreda Tomas FJ, Pfeiffer P, et al. (2021) Spatially structured inhibition defined by polarized parvalbumin interneuron axons promotes head direction tuning. Science Advances. 7
Peng Y, Mittermaier FX, Planert H, et al. (2019) High-throughput microcircuit analysis of individual human brains through next-generation multineuron patch-clamp. Elife. 8
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