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Alexander C Meyer, Thomas Frank, Darina Khimich, Gerhard Hoch, Dietmar Riedel, Nikolai M Chapochnikov, Yury M Yarin, Benjamin Harke, Stefan W Hell, Alexander Egner, Tobias Moser. Nat Neurosci 2009
Times Cited: 218







List of co-cited articles
1254 articles co-cited >1



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Transmitter release at the hair cell ribbon synapse.
Elisabeth Glowatzki, Paul A Fuchs. Nat Neurosci 2002
401
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Developmental refinement of hair cell synapses tightens the coupling of Ca2+ influx to exocytosis.
Aaron B Wong, Mark A Rutherford, Mantas Gabrielaitis, Tina Pangrsic, Fabian Göttfert, Thomas Frank, Susann Michanski, Stefan Hell, Fred Wolf, Carolin Wichmann,[...]. EMBO J 2014
96
37


Mechanisms contributing to synaptic Ca2+ signals and their heterogeneity in hair cells.
Thomas Frank, Darina Khimich, Andreas Neef, Tobias Moser. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2009
125
35

Hair cell synaptic ribbons are essential for synchronous auditory signalling.
Darina Khimich, Régis Nouvian, Rémy Pujol, Susanne Tom Dieck, Alexander Egner, Eckart D Gundelfinger, Tobias Moser. Nature 2005
357
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Hair cells use active zones with different voltage dependence of Ca2+ influx to decompose sounds into complementary neural codes.
Tzu-Lun Ohn, Mark A Rutherford, Zhizi Jing, Sangyong Jung, Carlos J Duque-Afonso, Gerhard Hoch, Maria Magdalena Picher, Anja Scharinger, Nicola Strenzke, Tobias Moser. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2016
64
51

Response properties of single auditory nerve fibers in the mouse.
Annette M Taberner, M Charles Liberman. J Neurophysiol 2005
310
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Noise-induced cochlear neuropathy is selective for fibers with low spontaneous rates.
Adam C Furman, Sharon G Kujawa, M Charles Liberman. J Neurophysiol 2013
445
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Congenital deafness and sinoatrial node dysfunction in mice lacking class D L-type Ca2+ channels.
J Platzer, J Engel, A Schrott-Fischer, K Stephan, S Bova, H Chen, H Zheng, J Striessnig. Cell 2000
625
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Time course and calcium dependence of transmitter release at a single ribbon synapse.
Juan D Goutman, Elisabeth Glowatzki. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2007
156
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Bassoon and the synaptic ribbon organize Ca²+ channels and vesicles to add release sites and promote refilling.
Thomas Frank, Mark A Rutherford, Nicola Strenzke, Andreas Neef, Tina Pangršič, Darina Khimich, Anna Fejtova, Eckart D Gundelfinger, M Charles Liberman, Benjamin Harke,[...]. Neuron 2010
188
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Age-related cochlear synaptopathy: an early-onset contributor to auditory functional decline.
Yevgeniya Sergeyenko, Kumud Lall, M Charles Liberman, Sharon G Kujawa. J Neurosci 2013
414
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Sharp Ca²⁺ nanodomains beneath the ribbon promote highly synchronous multivesicular release at hair cell synapses.
Cole W Graydon, Soyoun Cho, Geng-Lin Li, Bechara Kachar, Henrique von Gersdorff. J Neurosci 2011
113
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Otoferlin, defective in a human deafness form, is essential for exocytosis at the auditory ribbon synapse.
Isabelle Roux, Saaid Safieddine, Régis Nouvian, M'hamed Grati, Marie-Christine Simmler, Amel Bahloul, Isabelle Perfettini, Morgane Le Gall, Philippe Rostaing, Ghislaine Hamard,[...]. Cell 2006
395
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Sensory Neuron Diversity in the Inner Ear Is Shaped by Activity.
Brikha R Shrestha, Chester Chia, Lorna Wu, Sharon G Kujawa, M Charles Liberman, Lisa V Goodrich. Cell 2018
151
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Hearing requires otoferlin-dependent efficient replenishment of synaptic vesicles in hair cells.
Tina Pangrsic, Livia Lasarow, Kirsten Reuter, Hideki Takago, Martin Schwander, Dietmar Riedel, Thomas Frank, Lisa M Tarantino, Janice S Bailey, Nicola Strenzke,[...]. Nat Neurosci 2010
140
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The auditory hair cell ribbon synapse: from assembly to function.
Saaid Safieddine, Aziz El-Amraoui, Christine Petit. Annu Rev Neurosci 2012
112
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Hair Cell Mechanotransduction Regulates Spontaneous Activity and Spiral Ganglion Subtype Specification in the Auditory System.
Shuohao Sun, Travis Babola, Gabriela Pregernig, Kathy S So, Matthew Nguyen, Shin-San M Su, Adam T Palermo, Dwight E Bergles, Joseph C Burns, Ulrich Müller. Cell 2018
115
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Spike encoding of neurotransmitter release timing by spiral ganglion neurons of the cochlea.
Mark A Rutherford, Nikolai M Chapochnikov, Tobias Moser. J Neurosci 2012
96
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Quantitative optical nanophysiology of Ca2+ signaling at inner hair cell active zones.
Jakob Neef, Nicolai T Urban, Tzu-Lun Ohn, Thomas Frank, Philippe Jean, Stefan W Hell, Katrin I Willig, Tobias Moser. Nat Commun 2018
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Disruption of the presynaptic cytomatrix protein bassoon degrades ribbon anchorage, multiquantal release, and sound encoding at the hair cell afferent synapse.
Zhizi Jing, Mark A Rutherford, Hideki Takago, Thomas Frank, Anna Fejtova, Darina Khimich, Tobias Moser, Nicola Strenzke. J Neurosci 2013
84
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Uniquantal release through a dynamic fusion pore is a candidate mechanism of hair cell exocytosis.
Nikolai M Chapochnikov, Hideki Takago, Chao-Hua Huang, Tina Pangršič, Darina Khimich, Jakob Neef, Elisabeth Auge, Fabian Göttfert, Stefan W Hell, Carolin Wichmann,[...]. Neuron 2014
55
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The diverse roles of ribbon synapses in sensory neurotransmission.
Gary Matthews, Paul Fuchs. Nat Rev Neurosci 2010
194
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The synaptic ribbon is critical for sound encoding at high rates and with temporal precision.
Philippe Jean, David Lopez de la Morena, Susann Michanski, Lina María Jaime Tobón, Rituparna Chakrabarti, Maria Magdalena Picher, Jakob Neef, SangYong Jung, Mehmet Gültas, Stephan Maxeiner,[...]. Elife 2018
44
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Neuronal heterogeneity and stereotyped connectivity in the auditory afferent system.
Charles Petitpré, Haohao Wu, Anil Sharma, Anna Tokarska, Paula Fontanet, Yiqiao Wang, Françoise Helmbacher, Kevin Yackle, Gilad Silberberg, Saida Hadjab,[...]. Nat Commun 2018
92
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Unconventional molecular regulation of synaptic vesicle replenishment in cochlear inner hair cells.
Christian Vogl, Benjamin H Cooper, Jakob Neef, Sonja M Wojcik, Kerstin Reim, Ellen Reisinger, Nils Brose, Jeong-Seop Rhee, Tobias Moser, Carolin Wichmann. J Cell Sci 2015
49
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Disruption of adaptor protein 2μ (AP-2μ) in cochlear hair cells impairs vesicle reloading of synaptic release sites and hearing.
SangYong Jung, Tanja Maritzen, Carolin Wichmann, Zhizi Jing, Andreas Neef, Natalia H Revelo, Hanan Al-Moyed, Sandra Meese, Sonja M Wojcik, Iliana Panou,[...]. EMBO J 2015
58
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The presynaptic ribbon maintains vesicle populations at the hair cell afferent fiber synapse.
Lars Becker, Michael E Schnee, Mamiko Niwa, Willy Sun, Stephan Maxeiner, Sara Talaei, Bechara Kachar, Mark A Rutherford, Anthony J Ricci. Elife 2018
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Mapping developmental maturation of inner hair cell ribbon synapses in the apical mouse cochlea.
Susann Michanski, Katharina Smaluch, Anna Maria Steyer, Rituparna Chakrabarti, Cristian Setz, David Oestreicher, Christian Fischer, Wiebke Möbius, Tobias Moser, Christian Vogl,[...]. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2019
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Prestin-driven cochlear amplification is not limited by the outer hair cell membrane time constant.
Stuart L Johnson, Maryline Beurg, Walter Marcotti, Robert Fettiplace. Neuron 2011
172
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Rab3-interacting molecules 2α and 2β promote the abundance of voltage-gated CaV1.3 Ca2+ channels at hair cell active zones.
Sangyong Jung, Tomoko Oshima-Takago, Rituparna Chakrabarti, Aaron B Wong, Zhizi Jing, Gulnara Yamanbaeva, Maria Magdalena Picher, Sonja M Wojcik, Fabian Göttfert, Friederike Predoehl,[...]. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2015
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Hair cell synaptic dysfunction, auditory fatigue and thermal sensitivity in otoferlin Ile515Thr mutants.
Nicola Strenzke, Rituparna Chakrabarti, Hanan Al-Moyed, Alexandra Müller, Gerhard Hoch, Tina Pangrsic, Gulnara Yamanbaeva, Christof Lenz, Kuan-Ting Pan, Elisabeth Auge,[...]. EMBO J 2016
47
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Sensory Processing at Ribbon Synapses in the Retina and the Cochlea.
Tobias Moser, Chad P Grabner, Frank Schmitz. Physiol Rev 2020
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Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.