Wolf-Rüdiger Schlue

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Institute of Neurobiology Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany 
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Dierkes PW, Schlue WR. (2005) Ca2+ influx into identified leech neurons induced by 5-hydroxytryptamine. Journal of Neurobiology. 62: 106-20
Dierkes PW, Wende V, Hochstrate P, et al. (2004) L-type Ca2+ channel antagonists block voltage-dependent Ca2+ channels in identified leech neurons. Brain Research. 1013: 159-67
Dierkes PW, Neumann S, Klees G, et al. (2003) Multi-barrelled ion-selective microelectrodes as tools for the investigation of volume regulation mechanisms in invertebrate nerve cells under hyperosmotic conditions Electrochimica Acta. 48: 3373-3380
Dierkes PW, Coulon P, Neumann S, et al. (2002) Potentiometric measurement of cell volume changes and intracellular ion concentrations under voltage-clamp conditions in invertebrate nerve cells. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry. 373: 762-6
Hochstrate P, Schlue WR. (2001) The ouabain-induced [Ca2+]i increase in leech Retzius neurones is mediated by voltage-dependent Ca2+ channels. Brain Research. 892: 248-54
Müller M, Dierkes PW, Schlue WR. (1999) Ionic mechanism of 4-aminopyridine action on leech neuropile glial cells. Brain Research. 826: 63-73
Frey G, Lucht M, Schlue WR. (1998) ATP-inhibited K+ channels and membrane potential of identified leech neurons. Brain Research. 798: 247-53
Müller M, Schlue WR. (1998) Macroscopic and single-channel chloride currents in neuropile glial cells of the leech central nervous system. Brain Research. 781: 307-19
Hochstrate P, Schlue WR. (1995) Ca2+ influx into leech glial cells and neurones caused by pharmacologically distinct glutamate receptors. Glia. 12: 268-80
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