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426 articles co-cited >1



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Transmitter release at the hair cell ribbon synapse.
Elisabeth Glowatzki, Paul A Fuchs. Nat Neurosci 2002
404
67


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
160
60

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
115
60



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
53


The unitary event underlying multiquantal EPSCs at a hair cell's ribbon synapse.
Geng-Lin Li, Erica Keen, Daniel Andor-Ardó, A J Hudspeth, Henrique von Gersdorff. J Neurosci 2009
116
50

Transfer characteristics of the hair cell's afferent synapse.
Erica C Keen, A J Hudspeth. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2006
120
46

Spike encoding of neurotransmitter release timing by spiral ganglion neurons of the cochlea.
Mark A Rutherford, Nikolai M Chapochnikov, Tobias Moser. J Neurosci 2012
98
39


Response properties of single auditory nerve fibers in the mouse.
Annette M Taberner, M Charles Liberman. J Neurophysiol 2005
315
35


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
189
35

Onset coding is degraded in auditory nerve fibers from mutant mice lacking synaptic ribbons.
Bradley N Buran, Nicola Strenzke, Andreas Neef, Eckart D Gundelfinger, Tobias Moser, M Charles Liberman. J Neurosci 2010
150
35




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
628
32


Tuning of synapse number, structure and function in the cochlea.
Alexander C Meyer, Thomas Frank, Darina Khimich, Gerhard Hoch, Dietmar Riedel, Nikolai M Chapochnikov, Yury M Yarin, Benjamin Harke, Stefan W Hell, Alexander Egner,[...]. Nat Neurosci 2009
222
32

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
360
32

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
56
32


Structure and function of the hair cell ribbon synapse.
R Nouvian, D Beutner, T D Parsons, T Moser. J Membr Biol 2006
144
28


Calcium-dependent synaptic vesicle trafficking underlies indefatigable release at the hair cell afferent fiber synapse.
Michael E Schnee, Joseph Santos-Sacchi, Manuel Castellano-Muñoz, Jee-Hyun Kong, Anthony J Ricci. Neuron 2011
60
28

The diverse roles of ribbon synapses in sensory neurotransmission.
Gary Matthews, Paul Fuchs. Nat Rev Neurosci 2010
202
28

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
178
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Auditory hair cell-afferent fiber synapses are specialized to operate at their best frequencies.
M E Schnee, D M Lawton, D N Furness, T A Benke, A J Ricci. Neuron 2005
89
25

Exocytosis at the hair cell ribbon synapse apparently operates without neuronal SNARE proteins.
Régis Nouvian, Jakob Neef, Anna V Bulankina, Ellen Reisinger, Tina Pangršič, Thomas Frank, Stefan Sikorra, Nils Brose, Thomas Binz, Tobias Moser. Nat Neurosci 2011
81
25


Tonotopic variation in the calcium dependence of neurotransmitter release and vesicle pool replenishment at mammalian auditory ribbon synapses.
Stuart L Johnson, Andrew Forge, Marlies Knipper, Stefan Münkner, Walter Marcotti. J Neurosci 2008
91
25

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
98
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Frequency selectivity of synaptic exocytosis in frog saccular hair cells.
Mark A Rutherford, William M Roberts. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2006
42
21

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
405
21


The Ca2+ channel subunit beta2 regulates Ca2+ channel abundance and function in inner hair cells and is required for hearing.
Jakob Neef, Anna Gehrt, Anna V Bulankina, Alexander C Meyer, Dietmar Riedel, Ronald G Gregg, Nicola Strenzke, Tobias Moser. J Neurosci 2009
62
21

Elementary properties of CaV1.3 Ca(2+) channels expressed in mouse cochlear inner hair cells.
Valeria Zampini, Stuart L Johnson, Christoph Franz, Neil D Lawrence, Stefan Münkner, Jutta Engel, Marlies Knipper, Jacopo Magistretti, Sergio Masetto, Walter Marcotti. J Physiol 2010
85
21

Acute destruction of the synaptic ribbon reveals a role for the ribbon in vesicle priming.
Josefin Snellman, Bhupesh Mehta, Norbert Babai, Theodore M Bartoletti, Wendy Akmentin, Adam Francis, Gary Matthews, Wallace Thoreson, David Zenisek. Nat Neurosci 2011
93
21



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.