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.