Areas of Activity#

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A
  • action of growth factors and 2nd messengers Go to
  • Action of local anesthetics Go to
  • Activated protein C neuroprotective pathways in brain Go to
  • Activity-dependent neural plasticity Go to
  • adaptation to long-term orthostasis and to anti-orthostasis Go to
  • Adult central nervous system stem cells Go to
  • adult Neurogenesis Go to
  • Adult neurogenesis Go to
  • Advanced cell therapies Go to
  • ageing, cell, death, metabolism, neurodegeneration, physiology Go to
  • Alzheimer's disease Go to
  • Alzheimer's disease Go to
  • Alzheimer's disease Go to
  • Aminergic brain stem nuclei and related transmitter systems, locus ceruleus biologya Go to
  • Amino acid neurotransmitter transporters and receptors in the mechanisms of hepatic encephalopathy (HE) Go to
  • Analysis of neuronal diversity in the brain: discovery of neuronal subtypes in human brain ("shell cells") and hypothalamus Go to
  • Anatomical, pharmacological, physiological and behavioural bases of visual perception Go to
  • Angiogenesis (Developmental retinal angiogenesis and pathological angiogenesis of solid tumors) Go to
  • Animal models for human diseases Go to
  • Animal models of disease Go to
  • anticancer chemotherapy Go to
  • Antigen-specific therapy Go to
  • anti-idiotypic antibodies block pregnancy Go to
  • Antiplatelet drugs Go to
  • anti-progesterone monoclonal antibodies Go to
  • appreciation and analysis of the importance of endothelial cells in the control of the underlying vascular smooth muscle in health and disease, and highlighting of the complexity of that regulation Go to
  • Arachidonic acid metabolism Go to
  • Aspects of mitochondrial cell biology Go to
  • Aspects of neurotransmission by acetylcholine both in the peripheral and central nervous systems Go to
  • Astrocyte-neuron communication in health and disease Go to
  • Astrocytes as a potential target for pharmacological intervention in stroke Go to
  • autocrine modulation of N-type and L-type calcium channels Go to
  • Autoimmune diseases Go to
  • autonomic ganglion cells and the neuromuscular junction Go to
  • autonomic neuroscience, in particular purinergic signalling in health and disease Go to
  • Axonal and synaptic remodeling Go to
  • Axonal regeneration in the central nervous system, particularly in cerebellum Go to
  • Axon guidance and synaptogenesis by bioactive lipids Go to
  • Azheimer’s disease Go to
B
  • Basic processes underlying brain function Go to
  • Behavioural Genetics Go to
  • Beta-cell proteome Go to
  • Bicarbonate secretion Go to
  • Biochemistry and pharmacology of the Dopamine-system Go to
  • BioImaging & non linear microscopy Go to
  • Biomarkers in hematological neoplasms Go to
  • Bio-mimetic micro-robotics using synthetic biology Go to
  • biophysical techniques in membrane research and in in vivo biochemistry Go to
  • biophysics of sound communication Go to
  • biophysics of voltage-gated sodium and potassium channels Go to
  • biophysics, physiology and pharmacology of voltage-gated calcium channels Go to
  • biotechnology and food security Go to
  • Blood-brain barrier and brain edema Go to
  • Blood-brain barrier damage in HE and ammonia neurotoxicity Go to
  • Blood Brain Barrier (Reelin, VEGFR and ephrinB signaling in Blood Brain Barrier formation and maintenance) Go to
  • bone and kidney pathophysiology Go to
  • Brain inflammation Go to
  • Brain plasticity in the intact and damage brain, rehabilitation, language and music. Go to
C
  • Ca2+ transport mechanisms Go to
  • calcium and signal transduction; ion channel expression in PC12 cells and Xenopus oocytes Go to
  • calcium as a second messenger Go to
  • Calcium-binding proteins Go to
  • Calcium homeostasis Go to
  • Calcium metabolism Go to
  • Calcium regulation and function Go to
  • Calcium signalling Go to
  • Calcium signalling Go to
  • Calcium signalling Go to
  • Calcium signalling Go to
  • Calcium signalling mechanisms and oxidative stress Go to
  • cancer cell biology Go to
  • Cancer chemotherapy Go to
  • Cannabinergic signalling in the central nervous system Go to
  • Cannabinoid receptor Go to
  • Cardiac cellular electrophysiology Go to
  • cardiac electrophysiology Go to
  • cardiac electrophysiology Go to
  • cardiac physiology Go to
  • Cardiac Physiology Go to
  • Cardiovascular medicine Go to
  • cardiovascular pharmacology Go to
  • cardiovascular pharmacology Go to
  • cardiovascular physiology and pathophysiology Go to
  • cCell movements and behavior Go to
  • cell adhesion and migration Go to
  • Cell biology – high resolution video microscopy and particle tracking to study regulation of integrin anchoring to the cytoskeleton. Control by ligand binding and substrate rigidity Go to
  • Cell biology of exocytosis Go to
  • Cell biology of synapses Go to
  • Cell biology – Regulation of cadherin and NCAMs interactions with the cytoskeleton Go to
  • cell cultures (monolayer, organotypic) Go to
  • cell dynamics, neurodegeneration Go to
  • cell & molecular physiology Go to
  • cell number control Go to
  • Cell therapy development, regulatory and translational Go to
  • cell transplantation Go to
  • celluar physiology Go to
  • Cellular and molecular mechanisms of neuronal proliferation, migration and synaptogenesis Go to
  • Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience Go to
  • Cellular and systems neurophysiology applied to the motor system Go to
  • Cellular Ca2+ signaling processes Go to
  • cellular control of ion channels and active transport systems Go to
  • Cellular ion channels Go to
  • Cellular mechanisms in pancreatitis Go to
  • Cellular mechanisms of arrhythmias Go to
  • Cellular Membranology Go to
  • Cellular metabolism Go to
  • cellular neurobiology Go to
  • Cellular neurobiology Go to
  • Cellular neurophysiology Go to
  • cellular neuroscience Go to
  • cellular neurosciences Go to
  • cellular physiology Go to
  • Cellular properties of gliomas Go to
  • Cellular remodeling in cardiac hypertrophy and heart failure Go to
  • cellular signaling Go to
  • Central autonomic regulatory mechanisms: pain, thermoregulation, cardiovascular, food intake Go to
  • Central nervous system Go to
  • Cerebral blood flow Go to
  • cGMP protein kinase mouse technology Go to
  • Characterization of haematological neoplasms Go to
  • chemical carcinogenesis Go to
  • chemical messengers in the nervous and endocrine systems Go to
  • Chemical neuroanatomy Go to
  • chemical transmission in cns Go to
  • climate change in developed and less developed countries Go to
  • clinical and tranlational research in rheumatology Go to
  • Clinical epidemiology: the application of observational epidemiologic methods to academic clinical research in tertiary care patients Go to
  • clinical haematology Go to
  • clinical immunology Go to
  • clinical integrative physiology Go to
  • clinical neuroscience Go to
  • Clinical neuroscience Go to
  • clinical pharmacology Go to
  • Clinical pharmacology Go to
  • Clinical pharmacology Go to
  • Clinical pharmacology of the circulatory system Go to
  • Clinical research methodology Go to
  • clinical science & microbiology Go to
  • clinical science, molecular biology Go to
  • Cognitive and neurophysiological mechanisms underpinning motor control Go to
  • Cognitive Neuroscience Go to
  • comparative physiology and anatomy Go to
  • control of aldosterone secretion Go to
  • Cortical GABAergic interneuron diversity. Go to
  • Cortical rhythmic activity Go to
  • Cyclic nucleotides Go to
  • cyclic nucleotide signaling Go to
  • Cytokine regulation of the immune response Go to
  • Cytokines: Role in regulation of immune and inflammatory responses Go to
D
  • Dementia and in particular diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer disease, FTD and LBD patients Go to
  • Demonstration that muscarinic excitation exerted by acetylcholine, liberated in the cortex by ascending cholinergic fibres from the basal forebrain Go to
  • Dendritic physiology Go to
  • Description of a molecular cascade allowing for fast phasic CRH release through first combination of RNA-seq and proteomics Go to
  • Determination of three-dimensional histogenesis by coexistent receptor systems Go to
  • Developmental biology Go to
  • Developmental biology Go to
  • developmental neurobiology Go to
  • Developmental neurobiology Go to
  • Developmental neurobiology Go to
  • Developmental Neurobiology (synapse formation, dendritic arborization, cortex development) Go to
  • Developmental neuroscience Go to
  • developmental physiology & biology Go to
  • Development, function and evolution of brain commissures Go to
  • Development of novel clinical approaches for the treatment of diabetes and obesity Go to
  • Development of novel strategies for brain repair and regeneration Go to
  • Development of retinal layers and vascularization (angiogenesis) Go to
  • Development of scaffolds and dispersible carbon nanotubes, which can be used in repair after brain injury Go to
  • Development of the interference microscope and ultramicrotome Go to
  • Diabetes and obesity research Go to
  • dialogue between neurosciences and psychoanalysis Go to
  • diffusion in the extracellular space of the CNS Go to
  • digital holographic microscopy Go to
  • Discovery and analysis of calcium sensor proteins, particularly secretagogin and NECABs Go to
  • discovery and function of cardiac sodium/calcium exchange in the heart Go to
  • Discovery of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) as a functional antagonist at cannabinoid receptors and its downstream targets Go to
  • discovery of the neuronal “low-voltage activated” T-type calcium channel Go to
  • diseases of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis Go to
  • Drug resistance in cancer Go to
  • Dysfunctonal cell death in tumor chemo- and radiosensitivity Go to
E
  • Eating and drinking disorders : from preclinical models to humans Go to
  • effects of stress-mimicking stimuli Go to
  • Electroencephalogram signs of cerebral death Go to
  • Electron microscopy Go to
  • Electron microscopy Go to
  • electron microscopy Go to
  • Electrophsiology of single cardiac and smooth muscle cells Go to
  • electrophysiology of cardiac tissue and cells Go to
  • Electrophysiology of synaptic transmission and plasticity Go to
  • electrophysiology of the heart Go to
  • Electrophysiology (single cell recordings) in awake, behaving monkeys Go to
  • Elucidation of the networks underlying locomotion in rodents with a pioneering effort of utilizing combined neurophysiological, transgenic and optogenetic methods. Go to
  • Elucidation of the neuronal defects associated with Alzheimer’s disease Go to
  • embryonic and adult cardiac stem cells Go to
  • Endocannabinoid involvement in neurological and psychiatric diseases Go to
  • endocannabinoid signaling Go to
  • Endocannabinoid signaling in the central nervous system. Go to
  • Endocannabinoid system in the regulation of behaviors, brain plasticity, and neuroprotection Go to
  • endocrine regulation of ovarian function Go to
  • Endocrine response to stress Go to
  • endocrinology, physiology Go to
  • Endoplasmic reticulum Go to
  • Endothelial cell biology Go to
  • enzymatic control of reactive metabolites Go to
  • Epidemiologic methods: application and development Go to
  • epidemiology, prevention Go to
  • epidemiology, public health Go to
  • Epidemiology, the scientific study of the distribution and determinants of disease in man Go to
  • epithelial ion transport Go to
  • Epithelial transport processes Go to
  • Establishment of unbiased neuronal subclassification by combining electrophysiology and single-cell RNA sequencing Go to
  • Examination of the nature and energetics of interactions between exocytotic proteins using single molecule detection Go to
  • Excitation-contraction-coupling Go to
  • excitation-contraction coupling in the heart Go to
  • Excitatory/inhibitory balance and plasticity in psychiatric diseases Go to
  • Exocrine glands (exocrine pancreas, salivary glands) Go to
  • Exocrine secretion Go to
  • Experimental and Clinical Neurology Go to
  • Experimental and clinical neurology Go to
  • Experimental and clinical pharmacology of the autonomous nervous system and sphingolipids Go to
  • Experimental and clinical stroke Go to
  • experimental endocrinology Go to
  • Experimental neurology Go to
  • Experimental Neurology Go to
  • Experimental psychology Go to
  • Exploitation of endocannabinoid signaling for therapeutic benefit in developing pancreas, muscle and brain Go to
  • Extracellular matrix biology Go to
  • Extracellular matrix Go to
  • Extracellular nucleotides Go to
  • extrasynaptic „volume“ transmission in the CNS Go to
F
  • frequency analysis in insect ears Go to
  • functional architecture Go to
  • functional brain imaging Go to
  • functional brain imaging Go to
  • functional consequences of mutations in the human ROMK2, NKCC2, NCC and TRPM6 transporters identified in Bartter and Gitelman syndrome and inherited hypomagnesemia Go to
  • Functional fluorescence imaging of molecular dynamics in the living cell Go to
  • Functional interactions between peripheral organs and brain in regard to learning, fear, anxiety, stress coping, and energy balance Go to
  • Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) Go to
  • Function of neutrophilic granulocytes Go to
  • Functions of brain capillary mural cells pericytes in brain Go to
G
  • GABA and glutamate receptors Go to
  • GABAergic microcircuits Go to
  • Gastrointestinal tract Go to
  • Gene expression in nurosecretory cells Go to
  • general cell physiology Go to
  • general cellular physiology Go to
  • general physiology Go to
  • genes and development Go to
  • Gene therapy: Gene transduction of hematopoietic stem cells for gene therapy in primary immunodeficiencies and metabolic diseases Go to
  • Genetic and epigenetic regulation of neuronal interactions during development Go to
  • Genetic diseases of the immune system Go to
  • Genetic dissection of mouse behavior Go to
  • genetic factors in disease Go to
  • Genetic risk factors for schizophrenia and addiction Go to
  • Genetics and Neuroimaging Go to
  • Genetics of complex traits Go to
  • genetics of histocompatibility antigens Go to
  • Genome of the Netherlands Go to
  • Genome-wide association study Go to
  • Genomic action and the tissue selectivity of calcium channel blockers Go to
  • Genomic alterations in lymphoid neoplasms Go to
  • geometry of the extracellular space of the central nervous system (CNS) Go to
  • Glial cell biology Go to
  • Glia-neuron cross talk Go to
  • Glia-neuron interactions Go to
  • Gliogenesis and glial contributions to neural networks Go to
  • global population growth Go to
  • Global Public Health: understanding the patterns of disease and their causes is an imperative to determining priority programmes of treatment and prevention Go to
  • glucocorticoid signaling system of the cell Go to
  • Glutamate receptors Go to
  • Glutamate receptors Go to
  • Glutamate receptors, role, trafficking and plasticity of Kainate and NMDA receptors Go to
  • Glutamate transporters Go to
  • Glutamate transport Go to
  • Glutamine transport, function and dysfunction in the central nervous system Go to
  • Glycosaminoglycan/hyaluronan-binding proteins and proteoglycans Go to
  • G protein-coupled receptor Go to
  • GTPase activating proteins Go to
  • Gut-Peptides in the brain and their involvement in the pathobiology of neurological disorders: animal and human studies Go to
H
  • Haemoglobin genetics Go to
  • HCN channelopathies Go to
  • heart & circulatory physiology Go to
  • heart muscle cells (function and regulation) Go to
  • Heavy metal neurotoxicity Go to
  • Hematopoiesis: Mechanisms underlying growth and differentiation of hematopoietic precursors Go to
  • Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation Go to
  • Hemistry induced by ionizing radiations, polymerisations induced by X- and γ-rays Go to
  • Hippocampal synaptic circuits in relation to memory encoding Go to
  • History of epidemiology Go to
  • history of medicine Go to
  • History of Medicine Go to
  • History of Science Go to
  • hormone production and conservation in pregnancy Go to
  • Human brain research Go to
  • Human fertilization Go to
I
  • Identification and validation of new drug targets, drug development Go to
  • Identification of main neurotransmitters in the mammalian brain Go to
  • Identification of transmitter functions of some amino acids – especially glutamate for excitation and GABA for inhibition Go to
  • Imaging - Development of single molecule and super resolution imaging techniques Go to
  • Immunity to Parasites Go to
  • Immunohistochemistry Go to
  • Immunology – Calcium imaging to study antigen responses in B Lymphocytes Go to
  • Immunology, e.g. innate immunity Go to
  • Immunology - Electrophysiological properties of lymphocytes studied by patch clamp Go to
  • Immunology of cancer Go to
  • immunology of infections Go to
  • immunology of pregnancy Go to
  • Immunology - particularly the complement system Go to
  • Immunomodulation: Mechanisms underlying T-cell activation and T-cell anergy Go to
  • Immunotolerance: Mechanisms underlying T-cell tolerance, induction of T-cell anergy and T regulatory cells Go to
  • Implication of Kainate Receptors in temporal lobe epilespsy. Go to
  • Inborn errors of metabolism Go to
  • induced delivery in pigs improving animal welfare Go to
  • Infection research Go to
  • Infectious diseases Go to
  • Inferior olive and climbing fibers Go to
  • Inflammatory disease, e.g. age-related macular degeneration (AMD) Go to
  • Innate immune signaling Go to
  • Inner retinal photoreception Go to
  • Integrative genomics Go to
  • Interactions of gastrointestinal hormones with central neuronal networks Go to
  • Interareal functional connectivity Go to
  • Intercellular communication Go to
  • interfacing excitable cells to nano-structured solid-state surfaces Go to
  • internal signals and recognition of pregnancy Go to
  • Interneuron structure and function Go to
  • Intracellular Ca2+ handling Go to
  • Intracellular Ca2+ pools Go to
  • intra cellular chemistry Go to
  • Intracellular signalling Go to
  • Intracellular transport Go to
  • Intracellular vesicle transport Go to
  • intra-uterine delivery of a liposome-DNA preparation Go to
  • Invertebrate (C. elegans, D. melanogaster) models of human nervous system and neuromuscular disorders Go to
  • In vitro patch-clamp physiology Go to
  • In vivo single cell (patch-clamp) electrophysiology Go to
  • In vivo two-photon laser-scanning microscopy Go to
  • ionic and volume homeostasis in the CNS Go to
  • ionic currents and rhythmic activity in heart Go to
  • Ischaemia and reperfusion injury in heart, brain and kidney Go to
  • Ischemic stroke and treatment from models to humans Go to
  • Islet transplantation Go to
K
L
  • Large Population Studies Go to
  • Laser flash photolysis and pulse radiolysis: Go to
    • Primary species (Excited States and Radicals) involved in vision, photosynthesis, photodamage of nucleic acids and photochemotherapies
  • Learning and memory Go to
  • Lifestyle and health Go to
  • L-type (Cav1.2, Cav1.3) as pacemaker calcium channels Go to
  • lung structure and function Go to
  • Lymphocytes differentiation Go to
M
  • Magnetoencephalography (MEG) Go to
  • Maternal drug abuse and its impact on fetal brain development Go to
  • mathematical biology, models and theory Go to
  • Mechanism of action of new target drugs Go to
  • Mechanism of action of steroid hormones, particularly glucocorticoids Go to
  • Mechanism of drug action Go to
  • Mechanism of transcriptional regulation Go to
  • Mechanisms of action of anti-cancer drugs Go to
  • Mechanisms of exocytosis Go to
  • Mechanisms of neurodegeneration: posttranslational protein modification, aggregatopathies Go to
  • Mechanisms of pain Go to
  • Mechanisms of rapid diffuse signalling beyond the synaptic cleft Go to
  • Mechanisms of sensation and pain Go to
  • Mechanisms of synaptic plasticity in health and disease Go to
  • Mechanisms of synaptic transmission Go to
  • Mechanisms of synaptic transmission Go to
  • Mechanisms of synaptogenesis in CNS Go to
  • Mediators and mechanisms of neuronal injury and repair Go to
  • medical biochemistry Go to
  • medical engineering Go to
  • Medical science policy Go to
  • Medicinal Chemistry Go to
  • medicine, genetics Go to
  • medicine, immunology-genetics Go to
  • Medicine, Pharmacy Go to
  • Membrane biophysics Go to
  • Membrane capacitance Go to
  • membrane physiology Go to
  • membrane physiology Go to
  • membranes and transport Go to
  • membrane transport Go to
  • Metabolic liver diseases Go to
  • Metabolic response to stress Go to
  • Metabolic syndrome and therapeutics Go to
  • metabolism of drugs and other foreign compounds Go to
  • microbial pathology Go to
  • mitigation of environmental impacts Go to
  • Mitochondrial biology and cell signalling in health and disease Go to
  • Mitochondrial biology Go to
  • mitochondrial Ca2+ metabolism Go to
  • Mitochondrial ion regulation and transporters Go to
  • mitochondrial medicine Go to
  • Mitochondrial medicine Go to
  • mitotic catastrophe Go to
  • Müller glial cells of the retina Go to
  • Modern insulin analogues Go to
  • Modes and regulation of autophagy Go to
  • Modulation of calcium-dependent exocytotic glutamate release from astrocytes in health and disease Go to
  • Molecular and cellular neurobiology Go to
  • molecular and developmental neuroscience Go to
  • Molecular blueprint and developmental biology of endocannabinoid signaling Go to
  • Molecular cancer research Go to
    • Cancer susceptibility genes in breast-ovarian, colorectal and other cancers.
    • Cancer risk conferred by BRCA1/2 mutations.
    • Identification of new cancer risk modifier genes in BRCA1/2 mutation carriers (GWAS international study).
    • Metabolic reprogramming of cancer (functional studies in cell cultures).
  • Molecular cell biology and biophysics, in particular exploiting high resolution microscopy, to study cell surface receptor organization and dynamics of dendritic cells. Go to
  • Molecular & cellular neuroscience Go to
  • molecular & cellular physiology Go to
  • Molecular geneticists Go to
  • Molecular genetics Go to
  • Molecular genetics Go to
  • Molecular genetics Go to
  • molecular genetics of human disease Go to
  • Molecular Immunology, in particular cell adhesion-, and pathogen recognition- receptors of immune cells. Go to
  • Molecular mechanisms and networks underlying acute and chronic pain Go to
  • molecular mechanisms controlling the calcium and magnesium balance in general and the regulation of the new family of epithelial calcium and magnesium channels (TRPV5, TRPV6, TRPM6 and TRPM7) in particular Go to
  • Molecular mechanisms controlling the migration of precerebellar neurons Go to
  • Molecular mechanisms of aging Go to
  • Molecular mechanisms of axonal outgrowth and synaptic function Go to
  • Molecular mechanisms of cell death Go to
  • molecular mechanisms of ion movement through ionic channels Go to
  • Molecular mechanisms of synaptopathies Go to
  • molecular neurobiology Go to
  • Molecular neurobiology Go to
  • Molecular Neurobiology Go to
  • Molecular pathology Go to
  • molecular pathology Go to
  • Molecular pathology Go to
  • molecular pathology, hematopathology Go to
  • Molecular targets for animal health drugs and crop protection chemicals Go to
  • Molecular taxonomy of lymphoid and other haematological neoplasms Go to
  • Motoneuron disease Go to
  • Mucosal Immunology Go to
  • Multifactorial genetics Go to
  • Multimodal imaging Go to
  • Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroinflammatory Disease Go to
  • Multiple sclerosis Go to
  • Multiple sclerosis Go to
  • Muscle contraction Go to
  • Musculoskeletal disease, e.g. arthritis and osteoporosis Go to
  • Myelin disease, both pediatric and adult; pediatric leukodystrophies and multiple sclerosis Go to
N
  • Na+/K+-ATPase enzyme Go to
  • Neural and glial stem and progenitor cells of the adult brain Go to
  • neural bases of cognition and behavior Go to
  • neural basis of artistic creativity and appreciation (neuroesthetics) Go to
  • Neural computation Go to
  • neural development Go to
  • neural development Go to
  • Neural embryonic development and the role of the endocannabinoid system Go to
  • Neural homeostasis and mental function Go to
  • Neural transmission and enzyme inhibition Go to
  • neurobiology, biomedicine Go to
  • neurobiology of learning & memory Go to
  • neurobiology & pharmacololgy Go to
  • neurobiology, vascular biology Go to
  • Neurodegeneration and neuroinflammation Go to
  • Neurodegeneration and neuroprotection in Parkinson’s disease. Go to
  • Neurodegeneration and neuroprotection stems Go to
  • Neurodegenerative disease, especially Huntington disease Go to
  • Neurodegenerative diseases Go to
  • neuroendocrine regulation of heart function Go to
  • Neuroendocrinological dysregulations in major psychiatric diseases Go to
  • Neuroendocrinology Go to
  • Neuroendocrinology Go to
  • Neuroendocrinology of gonadotrophin hormone release Go to
  • neuro-glia interactions Go to
  • Neuroglial interactions Go to
  • neuro-humoral control of adrenal blood supply Go to
  • Neuro-imaging genetics Go to
  • Neuroimaging of language perception and production Go to
  • Neuro-immune interaction Go to
  • Neuroinflammation: microglial and astroglial phenotypes in neurodegenerative disease (AD, PD, MS) Go to
  • neurological disorders of the basal ganglia Go to
  • neurological mutants Go to
  • neurology, neurodegenerative disease, alzheimer´s disease, parkinson´s disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Go to
  • neurology, neuroimaging Go to
  • Neuronal basis of long term memory in the brain Go to
  • Neuronal cell death Go to
  • neuronal-glial interactions Go to
  • Neuronal growth factors and recetors Go to
  • Neuronal oscillations Go to
  • Neuronal plasticity Go to
  • neuronal plasticity Go to
  • Neuronal plasticity: neuron-to-neuron interactions in cerebellar grafting Go to
  • neuronal regeneration Go to
  • Neuron-glia communication Go to
  • Neuron-glia interactions Go to
  • Neuron-glial interactions Go to
  • Neuro-oncology, especially glioma and glioblastoma Go to
  • Neuropathology of congenital brain disorders Go to
  • Neuropharmacology and molecular neuroscience Go to
  • neurophysiology; mainly: the organisation of the spinal cord, motor units, muscle spindle Go to
  • Neuropsychopharmacology Go to
  • neuroscience and neurology Go to
  • Neuroscience / Cell biology - Neurotransmitter receptors trafficking, role in synaptogenesis and synaptic plasticity. Dynamic imaging of movements of receptors in living neurons. Regulation by neuronal activity and scaffolding proteins Go to
  • Neuroscience / Cell biology - Role of adhesion proteins in the organization of glutamate receptors Go to
  • Neuroscience - patch clamp recordings of GABA and Glycine activated currents Go to
  • Neuroscience / PathoPhysiology - Interaction between AMPA receptor trafficking and synapse dysfunction Go to
  • neuroscience, philosophy Go to
  • Neuroscience / Physiology - Functional impact of AMPA receptor dynamic organization in synaptic transmission Go to
  • neuroscience, physiology Go to
  • Neurotransmitter dopamine Go to
  • Neurotransmitter receptors and ion channels Go to
  • Neurotransmitter receptors, pharmacological modulation Go to
  • Neurotransmitter uptake and storage Go to
  • Neurovascular Link (instructive roles of vessels during neuronal migration, dendritic arborization, synapse formation) Go to
  • new expression of voltage gated sodium and potassium channels Go to
  • New methods for study of the nervous tissue: Brain clearing Go to
  • Nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs Go to
  • Normal language function and language disorders Go to
  • Novel endocannabinoid-like compounds Go to
O
  • obesity and associated metabolic diseases Go to
  • Oligodendrocyte biology and myelination Go to
  • oligodendrocyte cell lineage Go to
  • Optical methods in neurobiology Go to
  • Optophysiology pituitary cells Go to
  • organ and bone marrow transplantation Go to
  • organization of the visual brain in primates (including humans) Go to
  • Organ transplantation Go to
  • orthostatic hypertension Go to
  • Oscillations, rhythms Go to
  • osteology, endocrinology, molecular biology Go to
  • Oxidative and nitrosative stress in ammonia neurotoxicity Go to
  • Oxygen sensing pathophysiology Go to
P
  • pain and addiction Go to
  • pain, neuroscience Go to
  • Pancreatic acinar cells Go to
  • Pancreatic beta cell physiology and plasticity Go to
  • Pancreatic duct cells Go to
  • pancreatic islet cells Go to
  • Pancreatic Islet development, degeneration and damage Go to
  • Pancreatic islet function Go to
  • Parasitic Nematodes Go to
  • Parkinson's disease Go to
  • Parkison's Disease Go to
  • Pathology of the digestive tract Go to
  • Patho-physiological studies of pancreatitis Go to
  • Pathophysiology and physiology at cellular level Go to
  • pathophysiology of portal hypertension Go to
  • Pattern recognition receptors Go to
  • Pediatric endocrinology Go to
  • Peptide neurobiology and muscarinic acetylcholine receptors Go to
  • Peptide transport in the brain including Alzheimer’s Abeta Go to
  • Phagocytic NADPH oxidase Go to
  • Pharmacological actions of (phyto)cannabinoids in health and disease Go to
  • Pharmacological application of some peptides, polypeptides and alkaloids Go to
  • pharmacology, cell biology Go to
  • pharmacology, neurobiology Go to
  • PharmacologyNeurophysiology Go to
  • pharmacology, neuroscience Go to
  • pharmacology of cardiac ion channels Go to
  • Pharmacology of pain, neurodegenerative and psychiatric disorders Go to
  • PharmacologyPathophysiology Go to
  • PharmacologyPurinergic neurotransmission Go to
  • pharmacology & toxicology Go to
  • phosphate metabolism Go to
  • Photoperiodism and biological clocks in seasonal breeding of birds and mammals Go to
  • physics of directional hearing in insects and birds Go to
  • physiological and molecular mechanisms of stress Go to
  • Physiology and anatomy of the amygdala Go to
  • physiology and medicine Go to
  • Physiology and pathophsyiology of brain microcirculation Go to
  • Physiology and pathophysiology of the blood-brain barrier Go to
  • Physiology and Pharmacology Go to
  • physiology, biochemistry Go to
  • physiology & biophysics Go to
  • physiology, biophysics Go to
  • physiology & cell biology Go to
  • physiology & medicine Go to
  • physiology medicine Go to
  • physiology, nephrology Go to
  • physiology & neuroscience Go to
  • physiology, neuroscience Go to
  • Physiology of glia Go to
  • Physiology of kidneys Go to
  • Physiology of sleep Go to
  • Physiology of the autonomic nervous system Go to
  • Physiology of the kidney and of excretory glands Go to
  • Plasticity of the nervous system over development and neurological disorders Go to
  • pregnancy diagnosis in dairy animals Go to
  • pregnancy, growth, lactation, evolution of viviparity in mammals Go to
  • Prenatal exposure to neuropsychiatric agents : preclinical and clinical aspects Go to
  • Presynaptic mechanisms Go to
  • presynaptic vesicle cycling in hippocampal neurons Go to
  • Prevention is the avoidance of disease, disability and premature death through means of treatment or alteration of environmental or lifestyle factors Go to
  • Primary immunodeficiencies: Characterization of molecular and immunological defects Go to
  • problems of the spread of excitation in hearts Go to
  • proliferation control Go to
  • Protein/carbohydrate biochemistry, structural biology and biophysics Go to
  • Protein metabolism & homeostasis Go to
  • Protein phosphorylation Go to
  • Protein-protein interaction Go to
  • proteins in breast milk Go to
  • Psychiatric disorders Go to
  • psychiatric genomics Go to
  • psychiatry genetics Go to
  • psychology, cognitive science Go to
  • Purinergic receptors Go to
  • Purinergic signalling Go to
  • Purinergic signalling in the central nervous system Go to
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R
  • Receptor internalization Go to
  • receptor pharmacology Go to
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