Manfred Klee

Max-Planck Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt am Main, Hessen, Germany 
"Manfred Klee"
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Lozovaya NA, Klee MR. (1995) Phorbol diacetate differentially regulates the N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) and non-NMDA receptor-mediated components of the rat hippocampal excitatory postsynaptic currents. Neuroscience Letters. 189: 101-4
Papp A, Klee MR. (1995) Alterations in the action potential of Aplysia neurons evoked by a phorbolester are mediated by protein kinase C. Brain Research. 684: 107-11
Chizhmakov IV, Klee MR. (1994) The action of a phorbol ester on voltage-dependent parameters of the sodium current in isolated hippocampal neurons. Neuroscience. 59: 285-90
Papp A, Klee MR. (1993) Protein kinase C activation in Aplysia neurons by phorbol diacetate: comparison of effects following extracellular or intracellular application. Acta Physiologica Hungarica. 81: 147-57
Shirasaki T, Klee MR, Nakaye T, et al. (1991) Differential blockade of bicuculline and strychnine on GABA- and glycine-induced responses in dissociated rat hippocampal pyramidal cells. Brain Research. 561: 77-83
Takahama K, Klee MR. (1990) Piperidine discriminates between the transient and the persistent components of the ACh-induced chloride current in Aplysia neurons. Brain Research. 508: 161-4
Takahama K, Klee MR. (1990) Voltage clamp analysis of the kinetics of piperidine-induced chloride current in isolated Aplysia neurons. Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology. 342: 575-81
Klee MR. (1990) Different effects of a phorbol ester on membrane properties of Aplysia neurons. Journal of Basic and Clinical Physiology and Pharmacology. 1: 119-24
Klee MR, Abeles N, Muller RT. (1990) Therapeutic alliance: Early indicators, course, and outcome Psychotherapy. 27: 166-174
Preisendörfer U, Zeise ML, Klee MR. (1987) Valproate enhances inhibitory postsynaptic potentials in hippocampal neurons in vitro. Brain Research. 435: 213-9
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