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Timm Schubert, Stephan Maxeiner, Olaf Krüger, Klaus Willecke, Reto Weiler. J Comp Neurol 2005
Times Cited: 67



Sonja Hombach, Ulrike Janssen-Bienhold, Goran Söhl, Timm Schubert, Heinrich Büssow, Thomas Ott, Reto Weiler, Klaus Willecke. Eur J Neurosci 2004
Times Cited: 126




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Characterization of connexin36 gap junctions in the human outer retina.
Orsolya Kántor, Zsigmond Benkő, Anna Énzsöly, Csaba Dávid, Angela Naumann, Roland Nitschke, Arnold Szabó, Emese Pálfi, József Orbán, Miklós Nyitrai,[...]. Brain Struct Funct 2016
15

Horizontal cell receptive fields are reduced in connexin57-deficient mice.
Jennifer Shelley, Karin Dedek, Timm Schubert, Andreas Feigenspan, Konrad Schultz, Sonja Hombach, Klaus Willecke, Reto Weiler. Eur J Neurosci 2006
61

The diverse functional roles and regulation of neuronal gap junctions in the retina.
Stewart A Bloomfield, Béla Völgyi. Nat Rev Neurosci 2009
240

Deletion of connexin45 in mouse neurons disrupts one-trial object recognition and alters kainate-induced gamma-oscillations in the hippocampus.
A Zlomuzica, S Reichinnek, S Maxeiner, M Both, E May, P Wörsdörfer, A Draguhn, K Willecke, E Dere. Physiol Behav 2010
20

Screening of gap junction antagonists on dye coupling in the rabbit retina.
Feng Pan, Stephen L Mills, Stephen C Massey. Vis Neurosci 2007
80

Expression of connexin genes in the human retina.
Goran Söhl, Antonia Joussen, Norbert Kociok, Klaus Willecke. BMC Ophthalmol 2010
29

Tracer coupling patterns of the ganglion cell subtypes in the mouse retina.
Béla Völgyi, Samir Chheda, Stewart A Bloomfield. J Comp Neurol 2009
204


Expression and modulation of connexin 30.2, a novel gap junction protein in the mouse retina.
Luis Pérez de Sevilla Müller, Karin Dedek, Ulrike Janssen-Bienhold, Arndt Meyer, Maria M Kreuzberg, Susanne Lorenz, Klaus Willecke, Reto Weiler. Vis Neurosci 2010
39

Abundance and ultrastructural diversity of neuronal gap junctions in the OFF and ON sublaminae of the inner plexiform layer of rat and mouse retina.
N Kamasawa, C S Furman, K G V Davidson, J A Sampson, A R Magnie, B R Gebhardt, M Kamasawa, T Yasumura, J R Zumbrunnen, G E Pickard,[...]. Neuroscience 2006
45

Brain Disorders and Chemical Pollutants: A Gap Junction Link?
Marc Mesnil, Norah Defamie, Christian Naus, Denis Sarrouilhe. Biomolecules 2020
5

Connexin43 in retinal injury and disease.
Helen V Danesh-Meyer, Jie Zhang, Monica L Acosta, Ilva D Rupenthal, Colin R Green. Prog Retin Eye Res 2016
59

Developmental changes in the expression level of connexin36 in the rat retina.
Tamás Kovács-Öller, Katalin Raics, József Orbán, Miklós Nyitrai, Béla Völgyi. Cell Tissue Res 2014
8

Bipolar cell gap junctions serve major signaling pathways in the human retina.
Orsolya Kántor, Alexandra Varga, Roland Nitschke, Angela Naumann, Anna Énzsöly, Ákos Lukáts, Arnold Szabó, János Németh, Béla Völgyi. Brain Struct Funct 2017
17

Gap junctions are essential for generating the correlated spike activity of neighboring retinal ganglion cells.
Béla Völgyi, Feng Pan, David L Paul, Jack T Wang, Andrew D Huberman, Stewart A Bloomfield. PLoS One 2013
44

Connexin30.2: In Vitro Interaction with Connexin36 in HeLa Cells and Expression in AII Amacrine Cells and Intrinsically Photosensitive Ganglion Cells in the Mouse Retina.
Arndt Meyer, Stephan Tetenborg, Helena Greb, Jasmin Segelken, Birthe Dorgau, Reto Weiler, Sheriar G Hormuzdi, Ulrike Janssen-Bienhold, Karin Dedek. Front Mol Neurosci 2016
12

Strategic Positioning of Connexin36 Gap Junctions Across Human Retinal Ganglion Cell Dendritic Arbors.
Orsolya Kántor, Gergely Szarka, Zsigmond Benkő, Zoltán Somogyvári, Emese Pálfi, Gábor Baksa, Gergely Rácz, Roland Nitschke, Gábor Debertin, Béla Völgyi. Front Cell Neurosci 2018
2

Role of connexin channels in the retinal light response of a diurnal rodent.
Angelina Palacios-Muñoz, Maria J Escobar, Alex Vielma, Joaquín Araya, Aland Astudillo, Gonzalo Valdivia, Isaac E García, José Hurtado, Oliver Schmachtenberg, Agustín D Martínez,[...]. Front Cell Neurosci 2014
8

The role of neuronal connexins 36 and 45 in shaping spontaneous firing patterns in the developing retina.
Aaron G Blankenship, Aaron M Hamby, Alana Firl, Shri Vyas, Stephan Maxeiner, Klaus Willecke, Marla B Feller. J Neurosci 2011
44

Plasticity of Retinal Gap Junctions: Roles in Synaptic Physiology and Disease.
John O'Brien, Stewart A Bloomfield. Annu Rev Vis Sci 2018
24

Electrical synapses in mammalian CNS: Past eras, present focus and future directions.
James I Nagy, Alberto E Pereda, John E Rash. Biochim Biophys Acta Biomembr 2018
34

Connexin36 Expression in the Mammalian Retina: A Multiple-Species Comparison.
Tamás Kovács-Öller, Gábor Debertin, Márton Balogh, Alma Ganczer, József Orbán, Miklós Nyitrai, Lajos Balogh, Orsolya Kántor, Béla Völgyi. Front Cell Neurosci 2017
16

The role of gap junctions in cell death and neuromodulation in the retina.
Gergely Szarka, Márton Balogh, Ádám J Tengölics, Alma Ganczer, Béla Völgyi, Tamás Kovács-Öller. Neural Regen Res 2021
1

Expression and Localization of Connexins in the Outer Retina of the Mouse.
Petra Bolte, Regina Herrling, Birthe Dorgau, Konrad Schultz, Andreas Feigenspan, Reto Weiler, Karin Dedek, Ulrike Janssen-Bienhold. J Mol Neurosci 2016
13

Connexin36 is required for gap junctional coupling of most ganglion cell subtypes in the mouse retina.
Feng Pan, David L Paul, Stewart A Bloomfield, Béla Völgyi. J Comp Neurol 2010
55

Coupling between A-type horizontal cells is mediated by connexin 50 gap junctions in the rabbit retina.
Jennifer J O'Brien, Wei Li, Feng Pan, Joyce Keung, John O'Brien, Stephen C Massey. J Neurosci 2006
45