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Journal Article (22)

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Journal Article
Schwarz, M. K.; Pawlak, V.; Osten, P.; Mack, V.; Seeburg, P. H.; Köhr, G.: Dominance of the lurcher mutation in heteromeric kainate and AMPA receptor channels. European Journal of Neuroscience: European Neuroscience Association 14 (5), pp. 861 - 868 (2001)
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Osten, P.; Khatri, L.; Perez, J. L.; Köhr, G.; Giese, G.; Daly, C.; Schulz, T. W.; Wensky, A.; Lee, L. M.; Ziff, E. B.: Mutagenesis reveals a role for ABP/GRIP binding to GluR2 in synaptic surface accumulation of the AMPA receptor. Neuron 27, pp. 313 - 325 (2000)

Book Chapter (3)

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Book Chapter
Osten, P.; Grinevich, V.; Cetin, A.: Viral vectors: a wide range of choices and high levels of service. In: Conditional mutagenesis: an approach to disease models, pp. 177 - 202 (Ed. Feil, R.). Springer, Berlin (2007)
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Osten, P.; Wisden, W.; Sprengel, R.: Molecular mechanisms of synaptic function in the hippocampus: Neurotransmitter exocytosis and glutamatergic, GABAergic, and cholinergic transmission. In: The Hippocampus Book, pp. 243 - 295 (Eds. Andersen, P.; Morris, R.; Amaral, D.; Bliss, T.; O'Keefe, J.). Oxford Univ. Pr., New York (2007)
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Osten, P.; Dittgen, T.; Licznerski, P.: Lentivirus-based genetic manipulations in neurons in vivo. In: The Dynamic Synapse: Molecular Methods in Ionotropic Receptor Biology, pp. 249 - 259 (Eds. Kittler, J. T.; Moss, S. J. ..). CRC Press/Taylor & Francis, Boca Raton (FL) (2006)

Poster (3)

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Cetin, A.; Celikel, T.; Seeburg, P. H.; Osten, P.: Study of activity-dependent redistribution of alpha-CaMKII during the induction of cortical map plasticity in vivo. Society for Neuroscience meeting (2005)
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Laudenklos, S.; Celikel, T.; Osten, P.: The role of excitatory neurons in supragranular layers for the acquisition of a whisker dependent learning. 6th meeting of the German Neuroscience Society (2005)
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Laudenklos, S.; Osten, P.; Seeburg, P. H.; Celikel, T.: Altered spatiotemporal integration of sensory information following receptive field plasticity. Society for Neuroscience meeting (2005)
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