Thomas Effertz, Ph.D

Affiliations: 
Otolaryngology Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Area:
Auditory System, Mechanotransduction
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Martin C. Göpfert grad student 2008-2011 Universität Göttingen
 (Diploma and beginn of PhD)
Anthony J. Ricci post-doc 2011- Stanford
 (PostDoc)
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Effertz T, Becker L, Peng AW, et al. (2017) Phosphoinositol-4,5-bisphosphate regulates auditory hair cell mechanotransduction channel pore properties and fast adaptation. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Huth ME, Han KH, Sotoudeh K, et al. (2015) Designer aminoglycosides prevent cochlear hair cell loss and hearing loss. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 125: 583-92
Effertz T, Scharr AL, Ricci AJ. (2015) The how and why of identifying the hair cell mechano-electrical transduction channel. PflüGers Archiv : European Journal of Physiology. 467: 73-84
Peng AW, Effertz T, Ricci AJ. (2013) Adaptation of mammalian auditory hair cell mechanotransduction is independent of calcium entry. Neuron. 80: 960-72
Effertz T, Nadrowski B, Piepenbrock D, et al. (2012) Direct gating and mechanical integrity of Drosophila auditory transducers require TRPN1. Nature Neuroscience. 15: 1198-200
Effertz T, Wiek R, Göpfert MC. (2011) NompC TRP channel is essential for Drosophila sound receptor function. Current Biology : Cb. 21: 592-7
Nadrowski B, Effertz T, Senthilan PR, et al. (2011) Antennal hearing in insects--new findings, new questions. Hearing Research. 273: 7-13
Kamikouchi A, Wiek R, Effertz T, et al. (2010) Transcuticular optical imaging of stimulus-evoked neural activities in the Drosophila peripheral nervous system. Nature Protocols. 5: 1229-35
Lu Q, Senthilan PR, Effertz T, et al. (2009) Using Drosophila for studying fundamental processes in hearing. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 49: 674-80
Kamikouchi A, Inagaki HK, Effertz T, et al. (2009) The neural basis of Drosophila gravity-sensing and hearing. Nature. 458: 165-71
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