Das Bild zeigt rechts ein Trichterglas mit blauer Flüssigkeit und Glasstab zum Umrühren. Daneben steht ein Reagenzglasständer mit Reagenzgläsern, die ebenfalls blaue Flüssigkeit enthalten. Im Hintergrund ist ein Forscher zu sehen, der in der rechten Hand eine Pipette hält.

Selected Publications

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Selected Publications

  • Wagner F, Goertzen A, Kirali O, Laube G, Witte OW, Prüss H, Veh RW. Detailed morphological analysis of CSF-autoantibody staining in rat hippocampus discloses at least two distinct types of NMDA-encephalitis in humans. Submitted
  • Weiss T, Bernard R, Bernstein H-G, Veh RW, Laube G. Agmatine modulates spontaneous activity in neurons of the rat medial habenular complex - a relevant mechanism in the pathophysiology and treatment of depression? Translational Psychiatry 2018, 8:201-216.
  • Goertzen A,Veh RW. Fañanas cells - the forgotten cerebellar glia cell type: Immunocytochemistry reveals two potassium channel-related polypeptides, Kv2.2 and Calsenilin (KChIP3) as potential marker proteins. Glia 2018, 66:2200-2208
  • Wagner F, Weiss T, Veh RW. Electrophysiological properties of neurons and synapses in the lateral habenular complex (LHb). Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 2017, 162:38-45.
  • Wagner F, Bernard R, Derst C, French L, Veh RW. Microarray analysis of transcripts with elevated expressionsin the rat medial or lateral habenula suggest fast GABAergic
  • excitation in the medial habenula and habenular involvementin the regulation of feeding and energy balance. Brain Struct Funct. 2016, 221:4663–4689.
  • Bernard R, Veh RW. Individual Neurons in the Rat Lateral Habenular Complex Project Mostly to the Dopaminergic Ventral Tegmental Area or to the Serotonergic Raphe Nuclei. J Com. Neurol. 2012, 520:2545–2558.
  • Geisler S, Andres KH, Veh RW. Morphologic and Cytochemical Criteria for the Identification and Delineation of Individual Subnuclei within the Lateral Habenular Complex of the Rat. J Comp Neurol. 2003, 458:78-97.
  • Veh RW, Lichtinghagen R, Sewing S, Wunder F, Grumbach IM, Pongs O. Immunohistochemical Localization of Five Members of the Kv1 Channel Subunits: Contrasting Subcellular Locations and Neuron-specific Co-localizations in Rat Brain. Eur J Neurosci. 1995, 7:2189-2205.