Mathias V. Schmidt

MPIP Munich, München, Bayern, Germany 
"Mathias Schmidt"
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Brix LM, Häusl AS, Toksöz I, et al. (2022) The co-chaperone FKBP51 modulates HPA axis activity and age-related maladaptation of the stress system in pituitary proopiomelanocortin cells. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 138: 105670
Koert A, Ploeger A, Bockting CLH, et al. (2021) The social instability stress paradigm in rat and mouse: A systematic review of protocols, limitations, and recommendations. Neurobiology of Stress. 15: 100410
Engelhardt C, Tang F, Elkhateib R, et al. (2021) FKBP51 in the Oval Bed Nucleus of the Stria Terminalis Regulates Anxiety-Like Behavior. Eneuro. 8
Martinelli S, Anderzhanova EA, Bajaj T, et al. (2021) Stress-primed secretory autophagy promotes extracellular BDNF maturation by enhancing MMP9 secretion. Nature Communications. 12: 4643
Hartmann J, Bajaj T, Klengel C, et al. (2021) Mineralocorticoid receptors dampen glucocorticoid receptor sensitivity to stress via regulation of FKBP5. Cell Reports. 35: 109185
Häusl AS, Brix LM, Hartmann J, et al. (2021) The co-chaperone Fkbp5 shapes the acute stress response in the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus of male mice. Molecular Psychiatry
Schmidt MV, Chen A. (2021) Frontiers of stress research: The 2 Munich Winter Conference on Stress. Stress (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 1-4
Lopez JP, Brivio E, Santambrogio A, et al. (2021) Single-cell molecular profiling of all three components of the HPA axis reveals adrenal ABCB1 as a regulator of stress adaptation. Science Advances. 7
Anderzhanova E, Hafner K, Genewsky AJ, et al. (2020) The stress susceptibility factor FKBP51 controls S-ketamine-evoked release of mBDNF in the prefrontal cortex of mice. Neurobiology of Stress. 13: 100239
van Doeselaar L, Yang H, Bordes J, et al. (2020) Chronic social defeat stress in female mice leads to sex-specific behavioral and neuroendocrine effects. Stress (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 1-30
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