Andreas V. Herz

Institute for Theoretical Biology, Berlin, Berlin, Germany 
"Andreas Herz"
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Jonathan Paul Fry collaborator Babraham Institute (Physiology Academic Tree)
Li Zhaoping collaborator 1990-1991
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Herz AV, Mathis A, Stemmler M. (2017) Periodic population codes: From a single circular variable to higher dimensions, multiple nested scales, and conceptual spaces. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 46: 99-108
Stemmler M, Mathis A, Herz AV. (2015) Connecting multiple spatial scales to decode the population activity of grid cells. Science Advances. 1: e1500816
Mathis A, Stemmler MB, Herz AV. (2015) Probable nature of higher-dimensional symmetries underlying mammalian grid-cell activity patterns. Elife. 4
Bywalez WG, Patirniche D, Rupprecht V, et al. (2015) Local postsynaptic voltage-gated sodium channel activation in dendritic spines of olfactory bulb granule cells. Neuron. 85: 590-601
Mathis A, Stemmler MB, Herz AV. (2015) Author response: Probable nature of higher-dimensional symmetries underlying mammalian grid-cell activity patterns Elife
Reifenstein E, Stemmler M, Herz AV, et al. (2014) Movement dependence and layer specificity of entorhinal phase precession in two-dimensional environments. Plos One. 9: e100638
Thurley K, Henke J, Hermann J, et al. (2014) Mongolian gerbils learn to navigate in complex virtual spaces. Behavioural Brain Research. 266: 161-8
Mathis A, Herz AV, Stemmler MB. (2013) Multiscale codes in the nervous system: the problem of noise correlations and the ambiguity of periodic scales. Physical Review. E, Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics. 88: 022713
Gollisch T, Herz AV. (2012) The iso-response method: measuring neuronal stimulus integration with closed-loop experiments. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. 6: 104
Fisch K, Schwalger T, Lindner B, et al. (2012) Channel noise from both slow adaptation currents and fast currents is required to explain spike-response variability in a sensory neuron. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 32: 17332-44
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