Gollisch, Tim

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29.11.2023

Most discriminative stimuli for functional cell type identification

Authors Burg MF, Zenkel T, Vystrčilová M, Oesterle J, Höfling L, Willeke KF, Lause J, Müller S, Fahey PG, Ding Z, Restivo K, Sridhar S, Gollisch T, Berens P, Tolias AS, Euler T, Bethge M, Ecker AS Journal ArXiv Citation arXiv:2401.05342. Abstract Identifying cell types and understanding their functional properties
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27.11.2023

Applying Super-Resolution and Tomography Concepts to Identify Receptive Field Subunits in the Retina

Authors Krueppel S, Khani MH, Schreyer HM, Sridhar S, Ramakrishna V, Zapp SJ, Mietsch M, Karamanlis D, Gollisch T Journal BioRxiv Citation bioRxiv 2023.11.27.568854. Abstract Spatially nonlinear stimulus integration by retinal ganglion cells lies at the heart of various computations performed by the retina. It arises from the nonlinear transmission
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16.06.2023

Diversity of Ganglion Cell Responses to Saccade-like Image Shifts in the Primate Retina

Authors Krüppel S, Khani MH, Karamanlis D, Erol YC, Zapp SJ, Mietsch M, Protti DA, Rozenblit F, Gollisch T Journal Journal of Neuroscience Citation J Neurosci. 2023 Jun 16:JN-RM-1561-22. Abstract Saccades are a fundamental part of natural vision. They interrupt fixations of the visual gaze and rapidly shift the image
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10.01.2023

Natural stimuli drive concerted nonlinear responses in populations of retinal ganglion cells

Authors Karamanlis D, Khani MH, Schreyer HM, Zapp SJ, Mietsch M, Gollisch T Journal BioRxiv Citation bioRxiv 2023.01.10.523412. Abstract The role of the vertebrate retina in early vision is generally described by the efficient coding theory, which predicts that the retina discards spatiotemporal correlations in natural scenes. It is unclear,
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16.12.2022

Molecular Mechanisms Mediating the Transfer of Disease-Associated Proteins and Effects on Neuronal Activity

Authors Brás IC, Khani MH, Vasili E, Möbius W, Riedel D, Parfentev I, Gerhardt E, Fahlbusch C, Urlaub H, Zweckstetter M, Gollisch T, Outeiro TF Journal Journal of Parkinson’s Disease Citation J Parkinsons Dis. 2022;12(8):2397-2422. Abstract Background: Various cellular pathways have been implicated in the transfer of disease-related proteins between
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01.12.2022

Filter-based models of suppression in retinal ganglion cells: comparison and generalization across species and stimuli

Authors Shahidi N, Rozenblit F, Khani MH, Schreyer HM, Mietsch M, Protti DA, Gollisch T Journal BioRxiv Citation bioRxiv 2022.12.01.518577. Abstract The dichotomy of excitation and suppression is one of the canonical mechanisms explaining the complexity of the neural activity. Computational models of the interplay of excitation and suppression in
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08.09.2022

Ectosomes and exosomes modulate neuronal spontaneous activity

Authors Brás IC, Khani MH, Riedel D, Parfentev I, Gerhardt E, van Riesen C, Urlaub H, Gollisch T, Outeiro TF Journal Journal of Proteomics Citation J Proteomics. 2022 Sep 8:104721. Abstract Extracellular vesicles (EVs) are important mediators in intercellular communication. However, understanding the biological origin and functional effects of EVs
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08.06.2022

Retinal Encoding of Natural Scenes

Authors Karamanlis D, Schreyer HM, Gollisch T Journal Annual Review of Vision Science Citation Annu Rev Vis Sci. 2022 Jun 8. Abstract An ultimate goal in retina science is to understand how the neural circuit of the retina processes natural visual scenes. Yet most studies in laboratories have long been
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11.04.2022

Retinal receptive-field substructure: scaffolding for coding and computation

Authors Zapp SJ, Nitsche S, Gollisch T Journal Trends in Neurosciences Citation Trends Neurosci. 2022 Apr 11:S0166-2236(22)00056-X. Abstract The center-surround receptive field of retinal ganglion cells represents a fundamental concept for how the retina processes and encodes visual information. Yet, traditional approaches of using the receptive field as a linear
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08.03.2022

Simple Model for Encoding Natural Images by Retinal Ganglion Cells with Nonlinear Spatial Integration

Authors Liu JK, Karamanlis D, Gollisch T Journal PLoS Computational Biology Citation PLoS Comput Biol. 2022 Mar 8;18(3):e1009925. Abstract A central goal in sensory neuroscience is to understand the neuronal signal processing involved in the encoding of natural stimuli. A critical step towards this goal is the development of successful
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