Poster Presentations bonnbrain³ 2020

Poster # Title Presenter Last author Field
1. Antibody mediated inhibition of Tau aggregation in in-vitro and in neuronal cells Ram Reddy Chandupatla Senthilvelrajan Kaniyappan Cellular
2. Tau propagation/seeding assay based on TauRD-GFP FRET pairs does not represent templated assembly of PHFs Senthilvelrajan Kaniyappan Eckhard Mandelkow Cellular
3. Magnetic resonance imaging under isoflurane anesthesia alters blood-brain barrier permeability and glial cell morphology during sepsis-associated encephalopathy in rats Ibtihel Dhaya Jan-Pieter Konsman Cellular
4. Research on lipid metabolism in murine brain Aleksandra Shiian Lars Kuerschner Cellular
5. Increased Na+/K+ pump activity induces non-synaptic plasticity in leech sensory neurons Sonja Meiser Jutta Kretzberg Cellular
6. Analysis of the Mechanism and Function of the Ste20-like Kinase in the Outgrowth of Dendrites and the Stabilization of Inhibitory Synapses Anne Quatraccioni Susanne Schoch Cellular
7. Direct Conversion of Human Microglia into Induced Neural Stem Cells: A New Avenue for Neuroregeneration? Lea Jessica Flitsch Oliver Brüstle Cellular
8. Combining Automated Behavioral Assays And Neuronal Imaging To Understand Foraging Behavior In C. Elegans Jun Liu Monika Scholz Cellular
9. Beyond c-fos expression – neuronal activity of engram cells Manuel Mittag Martin Fuhrmann Cellular
10. Endocannabinoid System As A Protector Of The Weak: CB1 Receptor Activity Influences Neurodegeneration In Locus Coeruleus Alessandra Gargano Andreas Zimmer Cellular
11. Inability to Phosphorylate SERT Thr276 Precludes Transporter Activation by p38 MAPK Signaling and Drives Sex-Dependent Changes in Repetitive and Social Behavior Carina Arnold Randy D. Blakely Cellular
12. Impact of anesthetics on hippocampal spine dynamics, network activity and memory Wei Yang J. Simon Wiegert Cellular
13. Recycling Ribosomes as a Source of Nutrients – Implications of Neuroplasticity for a Stressed Mind Thomas Bajaj Nils C. Gassen Cellular
14. Microtubule retrograde flow retains neuronal polarization in a fluctuating state Max Schelski Frank Bradke Cellular
15. Depth-specific relationships between the molecular identity, intrinsic physiology and morphology of inhibitory interneurons in the rat neocortex Felipe Yanez Marcel Oberlaender Cellular
16. Relationship between Morphology, in vivo electrophysiology, molecular identity and thalamocortical input of cortical inhibitory neurons Luis Fernando Messore Marcel Oberlaender Cellular
17. TDP-43 and C9orf72-Derived Dipeptide Repeats as DAMPs in ALS Tizian Meyer Patrick Weydt Cellular
18. Cell Type-Specific Organization excitatory neurons in Rat Vibrissal Motor Cortex Amina Javadova Marcel Oberlaender Cellular
19. Deciphering the axon growth mechanism of regenerating sensory neurons Barbara Schaffran Frank Bradke Cellular
20. The role of the Cx3CR1-Cx3CL1-axis in the primary adrenal immune answer to sepsis Moritz Wolfram Leweke Christian Kurts Cellular
21. Neddylation regulates excitatory synaptic transmission and plasticity Valentin Stein Valentin Stein Cellular
22. Dendritic Shaft Constrictions Shape Dendritic Integration in Granule Cells Tony Kelly Heinz Beck Cellular
23. A transgenic mouse line to study axon initial segments and nodes of Ranvier in living neurons in vitro and in vivo Christian Thome Maren Engelhardt Cellular
24. RIM4γ deficiency causes alterations in cerebellar Purkinje cell function in vivo Eva Schönhense Susanne Schoch Circuits
25. Control of Dendritic Integration and Aversive Reversal Learning by Astrocytic Endocannabinoid Receptors Kirsten Bohmbach Christian Henneberger Circuits
26. Quantitative properties of a feedback circuit predict frequency-dependent pattern separation Daniel Müller-Komorowska Oliver Braganza Circuits
27. Integration of CA1 inputs in subicular neurons Dennis Dalügge Stefan Remy Circuits
28. Microscopy tools to unveil brain activity during C. elegans foraging Luis Alvarez Monika Scholz Circuits
29. Glutamatergic Septal Inputs to VTA Modulate Movement Onset and Speed Petra Mocellin Stefan Remy Circuits
30. Granule Cell Heterogeneity Between Blades of the Dentate Gyrus Mayan Baues Laura Ewell Circuits
31. Emergence of Internally Generated Sequences in Non-Memory Tasks Raphael Heldman Yingxue Wang Circuits
32. Dentate gyrus population activity during immobility drives formation of precise memories Martin Pofahl Heinz Beck Circuits
33. Odour-driven activity of HDB axonal projections in the OB Monika Müller Martin Fuhrmann Circuits
34. Functional Synaptic Organization of Ocular Dominance within the Dendritic Field of Layer 2/3 Neurons in Ferret Visual Cortex Clara Tepohl David Fitzpatrick Circuits
35. The Role of the Dentate Gyrus in a Spatial Working Memory Task in Healthy and Epileptic Mice Maryam Pasdarnavab Laura Ewell Circuits
36. GABAergic innervation and learning: the APL hypothesis Luigi Prisco Gaia Tavosanis Circuits
37. The contribution of somatostatin(SOM)-expressing interneurons to the PTEN model of autism spectrum disorder Tim Holford McLean Bolton Circuits
38. Evaluating CA3-CA3 long-range connection systems in-vivo Negar Nikbakht Heinz Beck Circuits
39. In Vivo Whole Cell Recordings of Excitatory Input onto Subicular Neurons in Freely Moving Mice Hiroshi Kaneko Stefan Remy Circuits
40. Dentate granule cell activity during immobility is required for the formation of pattern-separated memories André Haubrich Heinz Beck Circuits
41. Structural basis of sensory-motor control in the neocortex Aman Maharjan Marcel Oberlaender Circuits
42. Disentangling the Latent Structure of Mouse Behavior by Learning a Spatiotemporal Manifold Kevin Luxem Pavol Bauer Computational / Modeling
43. BrainPrint captures stage-specific lateral shape asymmetry in autoimmune limbic encephalitis Harms Antonia Theodor Rüber Computational / Modeling
44. Graph theoretical analysis of structural brain networks in autoimmune limbic encephalitis Tobias Bauer Theodor Rüber Computational / Modeling
45. Synaptic properties can dominate cortical output computations Arco Bast Marcel Oberlaender Computational / Modeling
46. 3D Reference Frames for Precise Registration of Neuronal Morphologies Mythreya Seetharama Marcel Oberlaender Computational / Modeling
47. A Synthetic Biology Approach to the Evolutionary Transformation of Visual Cortex Architecture Jonas Franz Fred Wolf Computational / Modeling
48. DeepLabStream: Closing the loop using deep learning-based markerless, real-time posture detection Jens Schweihoff Martin K. Schwarz Connectomics
49. A Theory for Innate Properties of Synaptic Wiring Diagrams in the Neocortex Daniel Udvary Marcel Oberlaender Connectomics
50. The Role of the Transcription Factor Bcl11a in Midbrain Dopaminergic Neurons Marianna Tolve Sandra Blaess Development
51. Alterations in Stress Response Patterns During in vitro Neuronal Development Vesselina Semkova Oliver Brüstle Development
52. Investigating Developing Diversity of Midbrain Dopaminergic Neurons Alessandro Petese Sandra Blaess Development
53. Functional Analysis of TFAP2E as a Gene for Human Central Nervous System Malformations Jeshurun Chiaran Kalanithy Heiko Reutter Development
54. The Impact of the Mesoprefrontal System on the Development of the Prefrontal Cortex Khondker Ushna Sameen Islalm Sandra Blaess Development
55. Oral and Intravenous Transmission of α-Synuclein Fibrils to Mice Stephanie Lohmann Gültekin Tamgüney Disease
56. Spreading of Tau Pathology in Mouse Models Expressing Pro-aggregant vs. Anti-aggregant Tau Sara Rodrigues Eva-Maria Mandelkow Disease
57. Degraded dendritic input feature detection underlies spatial memory deficits in epilepsy Nicola Masala Heinz Beck Disease
58. Generation of isogenic human models of SYNGAP1 haploinsufficiency Christina Au Yeung Oliver Brüstle Disease
59. Reduced Inhibition Leads to Neuronal Hyperexcitability and Increased Spatial Imprecison of Place Cell Activity in APP/PS1 Mice Showing Impaired Spatial Learning Falko Fuhrmann Stefan Remy Disease
60. BRAFV600E interacts with mTOR pathway activation and Trp53 loss in mouse neural progenitors in inducing diverse dysplastic glioneuronal tumors Silvia Cases-Cunillera Albert J. Becker Disease
61. Characterization of Neuromodulatory Projections and the Role of the Transcription Factor Bcl11a in Focal Cortical Dysplasia Norisa Meli Neal Copeland Disease
62. Structure of beta-2-microglobulin amyloid fibrils in solutions with different pH Ivan Sherstnev Anna Sulatskaya Disease
63. Altered Behavior of Epileptic Interneurons and Principal Cells during Cognitive Processing Gert Dehnen Florian Mormann Disease
64. Astrocytic Network Functions in a Cerebral Microinfarct Model Andrea Delekate Gabor Petzold Disease
65. Participation of dysplastic neurons in the abnormal circuitry of focal epileptogenic lesions Pedro Royero Heinz Beck Disease
66. Pathogenic Role of Autoantibodies Against GABAergic Target Molecules Anna Braun Prof. Dr. Albert Becker Disease
67. T-Lymphocyte Driven Limbic Encephalitis Mouse Model: Differentiation of Inflammatory Cells for Tailored Therapies Maria Kyriazi Albert Becker Disease
68. BATF2 a Controversial Modulator of Innate Immune Signaling Maximilian Appel Eva Bartok Disease
69. In Vitro Experimental Therapy in Murine Ganglioglioma-Resembling Neoplasms Victor Adenuga Albert J. Becker Disease
70. Single cell RNA-seq transriptomic analysis of epileptogenesis in mice with a genetic Nav1.2 channelopathy Malte Stockebrand Dirk Isbrandt Disease
71. Nonsyndromic Orofacial Clefts – Identifying Putative Disease Causing Genes by CNV Analysis of Whole Exome Sequencing Data Selina Hölzel Elisabeth Mangold Disease
72. The Role of ASC Specks as Essential Cofactor in Amyloid β-induced Pathophysiology Katharina Schuler Michael Heneka Disease
73. Transcriptome analysis and in vivo calcium imaging of astrocytes in an Alzheimer’s Disease mouse model Nelli Blank Gabor C. Petzold Disease
74. Identification of Zinc-sensitive Metal-regulatory Transcriptional Factor 1 Positive Neurons to Study Hippocampal Epileptic Network Activity Annachiara Meconi Karen M.J. van Loo Disease
75. 2P-based live-imaging of brain capillaries reveals blood-brain barrier alterations in Alzheimer’s disease mouse model Amira Hanafy Dirk Dietrich Disease
76. Early hippocampal hyperactivity in a rat model of Alzheimer’s disease Liudmila Sosulina Stefan Remy Disease
77. The Neurovascular Unit in Alzheimer’s Disease Stephanie Taylor Gabor Petzold Disease
78. Astrocyte Morphology Determines Properties Of Astroglial Networks Alberto Pauletti Christian Henneberger Glia
79. Microglia-Derived TNFα Induces Connexin43 Gap Junction Uncoupling In Astrocytes And Promotes Epileptogenesis In Kainate-Induced Epilepsy Lukas Henning Christian Steinhäuser Glia
80. Unravelling potential mechanisms causing astrocytic death during early epileptogensis Zhou Wu Christian Steinhäuser Glia
81. Rapid astrocyte morphology changes support epileptic activity Björn Breithausen Christian Henneberger Glia
82. Multimodal approach for understanding the immune system of the brain in a depression model induced by chronic mild stress Sophie Crux Martin Fuhrmann Glia
83. Phenotyping a depression-like mouse model by behaviorally induced chronic mild stress Musacchio Fabrizio Martin Fuhrmann Glia
84. Role of GluA2-Containing AMPA-Receptors in NG2 cells Vicky Nicolas Dirk Dietrich Glia
85. Microglia motility depends on neuronal activity and promotes structural plasticity of spines in the hippocampus Nebeling Felix Martin Fuhrmann Glia
86. Rapid and Epileptogenic Astrocyte Morphology Changes in the Hippocampus Charlotte Behringer Christian Henneberger Glia
87. Activity Dependent Modulation of Glial Gap Junction Coupling in the Thalamus Paula Baum Christian Steinhäuser Glia
88. Structural plasticity of perisynaptic astroglial processes as a determinant of synaptic properties Cátia Domingos Christian Henneberger Glia
89. cGAS-STING activation in Alzheimer´s disease Paula Martorell Michael Heneka Glia
90. Retrograde targeting of CA1-Projecting Neurons in Rat Medial Entorhinal Cortex Superficial Layers Angel Lopez Laura Colgin Rhythm
91. Amyloid and age-induced hippocampal network alterations in the APPswe/PS1dE9 mouse model Eleonora Ambrad Giovannetti PD. Dr. Martin Fuhrmann Rhythm
92. Characterization of novel Zeolite based Dopamine sensors Shahzad Munir Thomas Kuner Kuner Synapses
93. Deciphering IGF1 and insulin signaling within a single dendritic spine in long term potential Xun Tu Ryohei Yasuda Synapses
94. Longitudinal Imaging Of Cortical Dendritic Spines In Vivo During A Chronic Treatment With Low-dosage THC Joanna Komorowska-Müller Andreas Zimmer Synapses
95. Phosphorylation in Presynaptic Plasticity – SRPK2 as a Relevant Kinase Annika Mayer Susanne Schoch Synapses
96. Lack of Colocalization between Gephyrin and Tubulin at the Inhibitory Post-Synapse Idil ARIOZ Susanne Schoch Synapses
97. Serine-Arginine Rich Protein Kinase 2 regulates number of docked vesicles confirmed by FIB-SEM Isabelle Paulussen Dirk Dietrich Synapses
98. RIM4 deficiency leads to disturbed dendritic arborization and altered somato-dendritic excitability of cerebellar Purkinje cells Hyuntae Kim Susanne Schoch Synapses
99. Optoribogenetics: Exploiting the Photoreceptor-Aptamer Interaction to Control Numerous RNA Functions Georg Pietruschka Günter Mayer Technology
100. CRISPR-Cas9 Mediated Manipulation of Epilepsy- associated Genes and its Possible Application in Mouse and Human Organotypic Hippocampal Slice Cultures Despina Tsortouktzidis Henner Koch Technology
101. Thermoelectric cooling using the Peltier effect for deep hypothermia anesthesia in neonatal mouse pups Katharina Ulrich Dirk Isbrandt Technology
102. FastSurfer: A pipline for fast and accurate neuroimaging using deep learning David Kügler Martin Reuter Technology
103. Establishing Light- and Activity-Dependent Tools for Neural Network Assessment Liubov Sokhranyaeva Martin Schwarz Technology
104. Closed-Loop Experiments In Awake Behaving Mice Viktoria Korzhova Leonard Khiroug Technology