The CRC’s collaborative work acknowledges funding by the DFG project number 327654276 SFB 1315 and is largely openly accessible, found in public and institutional repositories.

A bistable inhibitory OptoGPCR for multiplexed optogenetic control of neural circuits

Jonas Wietek, Adrianna Nozownik, Mauro Pulin, Inbar Saraf-Sinik, Noa Matosevich, Daniela Malan, Bobbie J. Brown, Julien Dine, Rivka Levy, Anna Litvin, Noa Regev, Suraj Subramaniam, Eyal Bitton, Asaf Benjamin, Bryan A. Copits, Philipp Sasse, Benjamin R. Rost, Dietmar Schmitz, Peter Soba, Yuval Nir, J. Simon Wiegert and Ofer Yizhar
BioRxiv (2023)
A02, C01, Benjamin Rost, Dietmar Schmitz - -

Wild nightingales flexibly match whistle pitch in real time

Giacomo Costalunga, Carolina Sanchez Carpena, Susanne Seltmann, Jonathan I. Benichov, Daniela Vallentin
Curr Biol. 33, 1–10 (2023)
A06, Daniela Vallentin - -

Hippocampal GABAergic interneurons and memory

Alexandra Tzilivaki, John J. Tukker, Nikolaus Maier, Panayiota Poirazi, Rosanna P. Sammons, Dietmar Schmitz
Neuron. 111 (2023)
A01, Alexandra Tzilivaki, Dietmar Schmitz, Nikolaus Maier - -

Play and tickling responses map to the lateral columns of the rat periaqueductal gray

Natalie Gloveli, Jean Simonnet, Wei Tang, Miguel Concha-Miranda, Eduard Maier, Anton Dvorzhak, Dietmar Schmitz and Michael Brecht
Neuron. 111, 1–12 (2023)
A02, A03, Anton Dvorzhak, Dietmar Schmitz, Michael Brecht, Wei Tang - -

Learning how network structure shapes decision-making for bio-inspired computing

Michael Schirner, Gustavo Deco, Petra Ritter
Nat Commun. 14, 2963 (2023)
B06, Petra Ritter - -

Primidone improves symptoms in TRPM3-linked developmental and epileptic encephalopathy with spike-and-wave activation in sleep

Lena-Luise Becker, Denise Horn, Felix Boschann, Evelien Van Hoeymissen, Thomas Voets, Joris Vriens, Christine Prager, Angela M. Kaindl
Epilepsia. 2023;64:e61–e68. (2023)
B04, Angela Kaindl - -

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