Thomas Kuner, M.D.

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Institute for Anatomy and Cell Biology University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany 
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http://www.ana.uni-heidelberg.de/english/resarch-groups/medical-cell-biology/kuner-group.html
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grad student of Dr. Peter seeburg
postdoc with George Augustine
Group leader at MPI for medical research, under Dr. Bert Sakmann

Mean distance: 9.12
 
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Xie RG, Chu WG, Liu DL, et al. (2022) Presynaptic NMDARs on spinal nociceptor terminals state-dependently modulate synaptic transmission and pain. Nature Communications. 13: 728
Kuner R, Kuner T. (2020) Cellular circuits in the brain and their modulation in acute and chronic pain. Physiological Reviews
Reinert JK, Schaefer AT, Kuner T. (2019) High-Throughput Automated Olfactory Phenotyping of Group-Housed Mice. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 13: 267
Venkataramani V, Tanev DI, Strahle C, et al. (2019) Glutamatergic synaptic input to glioma cells drives brain tumour progression. Nature
Bhattacharjee AS, Konakamchi S, Turaev D, et al. (2019) Similarity and Strength of Glomerular Odor Representations Define a Neural Metric of Sniff-Invariant Discrimination Time. Cell Reports. 28: 2966-2978.e5
Simonetti M, Paldy E, Njoo C, et al. (2019) The impact of Semaphorin 4C/Plexin-B2 signaling on fear memory via remodeling of neuronal and synaptic morphology. Molecular Psychiatry
Venkataramani V, Tanev D, Strahle C, et al. (2019) TMIC-27. GLUTAMATERGIC NEURON-GLIOMA SYNAPSES DRIVE BRAIN TUMOUR PROGRESSION Neuro-Oncology. 21: vi253-vi253
Nunes D, Kuner T. (2018) Axonal sodium channel NaV1.2 drives granule cell dendritic GABA release and rapid odor discrimination. Plos Biology. 16: e2003816
Knabbe J, Nassal JP, Verhage M, et al. (2018) Secretory vesicle trafficking in awake and anesthetized mice: differential speeds in axons versus synapses. The Journal of Physiology
Tan LL, Pelzer P, Heinl C, et al. (2017) A pathway from midcingulate cortex to posterior insula gates nociceptive hypersensitivity. Nature Neuroscience
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