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5. Januar 2019
A dual-AAV approach restores fast exocytosis and partially rescues auditory function in deaf otoferlin knock-out mice
Al-Moyed H, Cepeda A P, Jung S, Moser T, Kugler S, Reisinger E
7. April 2020
Towards the optical cochlear implant: optogenetic approaches for hearing restoration
Dieter A, Keppeler D, Moser T
14. Mai 2020
Circumvention of common labelling artefacts using secondary nanobodies
Sograte-Idrissi S, Schlichthaerle T, Duque-Afonso CJ, Alevra M, Strauss S, Moser T, Jungmann R, Rizzoli SO, Opazo F
27. Mai 2020
Hearing restoration by a low-weight power-efficient multichannel optogenetic cochlear implant system
Jablonski L, Harczos T, Wolf B, Hoch G, Dieter A, Hessler R, Ayub S, Ruther P, Moser T
25. Juni 2020
Macromolecular and electrical coupling between inner hair cells in the rodent cochlea
Jean P, Anttonen T, Michanski S, de Diego AMG, Steyer AM, Neef A, Oestreicher D, Kroll J, Nardis C, Pangršič T, Möbius W, Ashmore J, Wichmann C, Moser T
29. Juni 2020
μLED-based optical cochlear implants for spectrally selective activation of the auditory nerve
Dieter A, Klein E, Keppeler D, Jablonski L, Harczos T, Hoch G, Rankovic V, Paul O, Jeschke M, Ruther P, Moser T
22. Juli 2020
Multichannel optogenetic stimulation of the auditory pathway using microfabricated LED cochlear implants in rodents
Keppeler D, Schwaerzle M, Harczos T, Jablonski L, Dieter A, Wolf B, Ayub S, Vogl C, Wrobel C, Hoch G, Abdellatif K, Jeschke M, Rankovic V, Paul O, Ruther P, Moser T
1. Oktober 2020
Emerging Approaches for Restoration of Hearing and Vision
Kleinlogel S, Vogl C, Jeschke M, Neef J, Moser T
8. Oktober 2020
Viral rhodopsins 1 are an unique family of light-gated cation channels
Zabelskii D, Alekseev A, Kovalev K, Rankovic V, Balandin T, Soloviov D, Bratanov D, Savelyeva E, Podolyak E, Volkov D, Vaganova D, Astashkin R, Chizhov I, Yutin N, Rulev M, Popov A, Eria-Oliveira AS, Rokitskaya T, Mager T, Antonenko Y, Rosselli R, Armeev G, Shaitan K, Vivaudou M, Büldt G, Rodriguez-Valera F, Kirpichnikov M, Moser T, Offenhäusser A, Willbold D,  Koonin E, Bamberg E, Gordeliy V
12. Oktober 2020
The mammalian rod synaptic ribbon is essential for Cav channel facilitation and ultrafast fusion of the readily releasable pool of vesicles
Grabner CP, Moser T

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