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Mallien, A. S.; Pfeiffer, N.; Vogt, M. A.; Chourbaji, S.; Sprengel, R.; Gass, P.; Inta, D.: Cre-activation in ErbB4-positive neurons of floxed Grin1/NMDA receptor mice is not associated with major behavioral impairment. Frontiers in Psychiatry 12, 750106, S. 1 - 12 (2021)
Ang, G.; Brown, L. A.; Tam, S. K. E.; Davies, K. E.; Foster, R. G.; Harrison, P. J.; Sprengel, R.; Vyazovskiy, V. V.; Oliver, P. L.; Bannerman, D. M. et al.; Peirson, S. N.: Deletion of AMPA receptor GluA1 subunit gene (Gria1) causes circadian rhythm disruption and aberrant responses to environmental cues. Translational Psychiatry 11, 588 , S. 1 - 17 (2021)
Eltokhi, A.; Gonzalez-Lozano, M. A.; Oettl, L.-L.; Rozov, A.; Pitzer, C.; Röth, R.; Berkel, S.; Hüser, M.; Harten, A.; Kelsch, W. et al.; Smit, A. B.; Rappold, G. A.; Sprengel, R.: Imbalanced post- and extrasynaptic SHANK2A functions during development affect social behavior in SHANK2-mediated neuropsychiatric disorders. Molecular Psychiatry 26, S. 6482 - 6504 (2021)
Austen, J. M.; Pickering, C.; Sprengel, R.; Sanderson, D. J.: Dissociating representations of time and number in reinforcement-rate learning by deletion of the GluA1 AMPA receptor subunit in mice. Psychological Science 32 (2), 956797620960392, S. 204 - 217 (2021)
Bertocchi, I.; Eltokhi, A.; Rozov, A.; Chi, V. N.; Jensen, V.; Bus, T.; Pawlak, V.; Serafino, M.; Sonntag, H.; Yang, B. et al.; Burnashev, N.; Li, S.-B.; Obenhaus, H. A.; Both, M.; Niewoehner, B.; Single, F. N.; Briese, M.; Boerner, T.; Gass, P.; Rawlins, J. N. P.; Köhr, G.; Bannerman, D. M.; Sprengel, R.: Voltage-independent GluN2A-type NMDA receptor Ca2+ signaling promotes audiogenic seizures, attentional and cognitive deficits in mice. Communications Biology 4, 59 (2021), S. 1 - 21 (2021)
Austen, J. M.; Sprengel, R.; Sanderson, D. J.: The GluA1 AMPAR subunit is necessary for hedonic responding but not hedonic value in female mice. Physiology & Behavior 228 (1), 113206, S. 1 - 7 (2021)

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Sprengel, R.; Hasan, M.: Transgenic and gene targeted mice and their impact in medical research. In: An Introduction to Molecular Biotechnology: Fundamentals, Methods and Applications, S. 361 - 373 (Hg. Wink, M.). Wiley-VCH (2021)
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