Valentin Stein, PhD

Affiliations: 
Physiology II University of Bonn, Bonn, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany 
Area:
Synaptic transmission
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Hesse M, Doengi M, Becker A, et al. (2018) Midbody Positioning and Distance Between Daughter Nuclei Enable Unequivocal Identification of Cardiomyocyte Cell Division in Mice. Circulation Research. 123: 1039-1052
Körber N, Stein V. (2016) In vivo imaging demonstrates dendritic spine stabilization by SynCAM 1. Scientific Reports. 6: 24241
Perez de Arce K, Schrod N, Metzbower SW, et al. (2015) Topographic Mapping of the Synaptic Cleft into Adhesive Nanodomains. Neuron. 88: 1165-72
Doengi M, Krupp AJ, Körber N, et al. (2015) SynCAM 1 improves survival of adult-born neurons by accelerating synapse maturation. Hippocampus
Mishra A, Traut MH, Becker L, et al. (2014) Genetic evidence for the adhesion protein IgSF9/Dasm1 to regulate inhibitory synapse development independent of its intracellular domain. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 4187-99
Fernández-Busnadiego R, Asano S, Oprisoreanu AM, et al. (2013) Cryo-electron tomography reveals a critical role of RIM1α in synaptic vesicle tethering. The Journal of Cell Biology. 201: 725-40
Harmel N, Cokic B, Zolles G, et al. (2012) AMPA receptors commandeer an ancient cargo exporter for use as an auxiliary subunit for signaling. Plos One. 7: e30681
Wierenga CJ, Müllner FE, Rinke I, et al. (2010) Molecular and electrophysiological characterization of GFP-expressing CA1 interneurons in GAD65-GFP mice. Plos One. 5: e15915
Robbins EM, Krupp AJ, Perez de Arce K, et al. (2010) SynCAM 1 adhesion dynamically regulates synapse number and impacts plasticity and learning. Neuron. 68: 894-906
Enes J, Langwieser N, Ruschel J, et al. (2010) Electrical activity suppresses axon growth through Ca(v)1.2 channels in adult primary sensory neurons. Current Biology : Cb. 20: 1154-64
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