Prof. Dr. Gottmann

Selected publications: 

K. Gottmann, A. Mehrle, G. Gisselmann and H. Hatt (1997). Presynaptic control of subunit composition of NMDA receptors mediating synaptic plasticity. J. Neurosci. 17: 2766-2774. 

S. Rumpel, H. Hatt and K. Gottmann (1998). Silent synapses in the developing rat visual cortex: evidence for postsynaptic expression of synaptic plasticity. J. Neurosci., 18: 8863-874. 

R. Mohrmann, M. Werner, H. Hatt and K. Gottmann (1999). Target specific factors regulate the formation of glutamatergic transmitter release sites in cultured neocortical neurons. J. Neurosci., 19: 10004-10013. 

H. Hoffmann, T. Gremme, H. Hatt and K. Gottmann (2000). Synaptic activity-dependent developmental regulation of NMDA receptor subunit expression in cultured neocortical neurons. J. Neurochem., 75: 1590-1599. 

D. Plitzko, S. Rumpel and K. Gottmann (2001). Insulin promotes functional induction of silent synapses in differentiating rat neocortical neurons. Eur. J. Neurosci., 14: 1412-1415. 

R. Mohrmann, V. Lessmann and K. Gottmann (2003). Developmental maturation of synaptic vesicle cycling as a distinctive feature of central glutamatergic synapses. Neuroscience, 117: 7-18. 

M. Missler, W. Zhang, A. Rohlmann, G. Kattenstroth, R.E. Hammer, K. Gottmann and T.C. Südhof (2003). ?-Neurexins couple Ca2+-channels to synaptic vesicle exocytosis. Nature, 423: 939-948. 

K. Jüngling, K. Nägler, F.W. Pfrieger and K. Gottmann (2003). Purification of embryonic stem cell-derived neurons by immunoisolation. FASEB J., 17: 2100-2102. 

S. Rumpel, G. Kattenstroth and K. Gottmann (2004). Silent synapses in the immature visual cortex: layer-specific developmental regulation. J. Neurophysiol., 91: 1097-1101. 

G. Kattenstroth, E. Tantalaki, T.C. Südhof, K. Gottmann and M. Missler (2004). Postsynaptic N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor function requires alpha-neurexins. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 101: 2607-2612.

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