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  • Action of growth factors and 2nd messengers Go to
  • Activated protein C neuroprotective pathways in brain Go to
  • Activation-induced cell death (AICD) in T cells and Neuro-immune regulation Go to
  • Activity-dependent neural plasticity Go to
  • Acute slices of adult brain tissues Go to
  • Adaptation to long-term orthostasis and to anti-orthostasis Go to
  • Adaptive Immunology Go to
  • Addiction Go to
  • ADHD and autism Go to
  • Adult ADHD and developmental psychiatry Go to
  • Adult central nervous system stem cells Go to
  • Adult Neurogenesis Go to
  • Adult neurogenesis Go to
  • Adult neurogenesis in brain disease Go to
  • Adult stem cell biology Go to
  • Advanced cell therapies Go to
  • Aetiology and pathogenesis of common neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Go to
  • AGEING, CELL, DEATH, METABOLISM, NEURODEGENERATION, PHYSIOLOGY Go to
  • Ageing Go to
  • Age-related macular degeneration Go to
  • Aging & cancer Go to
  • Aging Go to
  • ALZHEIMER Go to
  • Alzheimer's disease, autism, epilepsy, schizophrenia, etc. Go to
  • Alzheimer's disease Go to
  • Alzheimer's disease Go to
  • Alzheimer's disease Go to
  • Alzheimer's disease Go to
  • Alzheimer's disease Go to
  • Alzheimer's disease, stroke, and glioma Go to
  • Aminergic brain stem nuclei and related transmitter systems, locus ceruleus biologya Go to
  • Amino acid neurotransmitter transporters and receptors in the mechanisms of hepatic encephalopathy (HE) Go to
  • AMPA/NMDA/GABAB receptors Go to
  • Analgesia Go to
  • Analysis of neuronal diversity in the brain: discovery of neuronal subtypes in human brain ("shell cells") and hypothalamus Go to
  • Angiogenesis (Developmental retinal angiogenesis and pathological angiogenesis of solid tumors) Go to
  • Angiogenesis Go to
  • Angiotensin II Go to
  • Animal behavior Go to
  • Animal models for human diseases Go to
  • Animal models Go to
  • Animal models Go to
  • Animal models of disease Go to
  • Anticancer chemotherapy Go to
  • Anti-CD3 therapy Go to
  • Antidepressants Go to
  • Antigen-specific therapy Go to
  • Anti-idiotypic antibodies block pregnancy Go to
  • Antiplatelet drugs Go to
  • Anti-progesterone monoclonal antibodies Go to
  • Anxiety disorder Go to
  • Anxiety disorders Go to
  • Anxiety Go to
  • Anxiety Go to
  • Apoptosis Go to
  • Apoptosis Go to
  • Aquaporin biology Go to
  • Arachidonic acid metabolism Go to
  • Arterial hypertension Go to
  • Aspects of mitochondrial cell biology Go to
  • Aspects of neurotransmission by acetylcholine both in the peripheral and central nervous systems Go to
  • Astrocyte biology Go to
  • Astrocyte-neuron communication in health and disease Go to
  • Astrocytes and microglia Go to
  • Astrocytes as a potential target for pharmacological intervention in stroke Go to
  • ATHEROSCLEROSIS Go to
  • Atherosclerosis Go to
  • Auditory perception Go to
  • Autism Go to
  • Autism Go to
  • Autism Go to
  • Autism spectrum disorders Go to
  • Autocrine modulation of N-type and L-type calcium channels Go to
  • Autoimmune diseases Go to
  • Autophagy Go to
  • Autophagy Go to
  • Autophagy Go to
  • Axonal and synaptic remodeling Go to
  • Axonal regeneration in the central nervous system, particularly in cerebellum Go to
  • Axon growth Go to
  • Axon guidance and synaptogenesis by bioactive lipids Go to
  • Axon guidance Go to
  • Axon regeneration Go to
  • Azheimer’s disease Go to
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  • Basic processes underlying brain function Go to
  • Behavioural Genetics Go to
  • BEHAVIOURAL NEUROSCIENCE Go to
  • Behaviour Go to
  • Behçet's disease Go to
  • Beta-cell proteome Go to
  • Bicarbonate secretion Go to
  • Big data Go to
  • Biobanking Go to
  • Biobanking Go to
  • Biochemistry and pharmacology of the Dopamine-system Go to
  • Biochemistry Go to
  • Biocompatibility Go to
  • Bioenergetics Go to
  • BioImaging & non linear microscopy Go to
  • Bio-informatics Go to
  • Bioinformatics Go to
  • Bioinformatics Go to
  • BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY Go to
  • Biology Go to
  • Biomarkers Go to
  • Biomarkers Go to
  • Biomarkers Go to
  • Biomarkers in hematological neoplasms Go to
  • Biomarkers, predictors, and genetics in mood disorders and ADHD Go to
  • BIOMATERIALS Go to
  • Biomaterials Go to
  • Biomaterials science Go to
  • BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING Go to
  • Bio-mimetic micro-robotics using synthetic biology Go to
  • Biophysical techniques in membrane research and in in vivo biochemistry Go to
  • BIOPHYSICS Go to
  • Biophysics Go to
  • Biophysics Go to
  • Biophysics of sound communication Go to
  • Biophysics of synaptic transmission Go to
  • Biophysics of voltage-gated sodium and potassium channels Go to
  • Biophysics, physiology and pharmacology of voltage-gated calcium channels Go to
  • Biotechnology and food security Go to
  • Bipolar disorder Go to
  • Blood-brain barrier damage in HE and ammonia neurotoxicity Go to
  • Blood Brain Barrier (Reelin, VEGFR and ephrinB signaling in Blood Brain Barrier formation and maintenance) Go to
  • Body-fluid biomarkers Go to
  • Bone-anchored hearing devices Go to
  • Bone and kidney pathophysiology Go to
  • Bone loss Go to
  • Bone metabolism Go to
  • Bones Go to
  • Brain ageing and development Go to
  • Brain aging characterization: structural and functional changes Go to
  • Brain and molecular biology of CNS disorders Go to
  • Brain Banking Go to
  • Brain barriers and drug delivery Go to
  • Brain basis of social interaction (2-person neuroscience) Go to
  • Brain development Go to
  • Brain energetic costs of information processing Go to
  • Brain energy use Go to
  • Brain evolution Go to
  • BRAIN FUNCTION Go to
  • Brain Go to
  • Brain Go to
  • Brain haemorrhage Go to
  • Brain homeostasis Go to
  • Brain imaging Go to
  • Brain imaging Go to
  • Brain Imaging Go to
  • Brain inflammation Go to
  • Brain metabolism Go to
  • Brain metabolism Go to
  • Brain oscillations Go to
  • Brain oscillations Go to
  • Brain Plasticity Go to
  • Brain repair following spinal cord injury Go to
  • Breast cancer Go to
  • Brown adipose tissue Go to
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  • Ca2+ signalling Go to
  • Ca2+ transport mechanisms Go to
  • Ca channels Go to
  • Ca imaging Go to
  • Calcium activity Go to
  • Calcium and signal transduction; ion channel expression in PC12 cells and Xenopus oocytes Go to
  • Calcium as a second messenger Go to
  • Calcium-binding proteins Go to
  • Calcium channels Go to
  • Calcium dynamics Go to
  • Calcium homeostasis Go to
  • Calcium metabolism Go to
  • Calcium regulation and function Go to
  • Calcium signaling Go to
  • Calcium signaling Go to
  • Calcium signaling Go to
  • Calcium signaling Go to
  • Calcium signaling Go to
  • Calcium signalling Go to
  • Calcium signalling Go to
  • Calcium signalling Go to
  • Calcium signalling Go to
  • Calcium signalling Go to
  • Calcium signalling mechanisms and oxidative stress Go to
  • Camouflage in cephalopods Go to
  • CANCER CELL BIOLOGY Go to
  • Cancer Go to
  • Cancer Go to
  • Cancer Go to
  • Cancer Go to
  • Cancer risk conferred by BRCA1/2 mutations Go to
  • Cancer susceptibility genes in breast-ovarian, colorectal and other cancers Go to
  • Candida Go to
  • Cannabinergic signalling in the central nervous system Go to
  • Cannabinoid receptor Go to
  • Cardiac cellular electrophysiology Go to
  • CARDIAC ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY Go to
  • Cardiac electrophysiology Go to
  • Cardiac muscle Go to
  • CARDIAC PHYSIOLOGY Go to
  • Cardiac physiology Go to
  • Cardiology Go to
  • Cardiovascular medicine Go to
  • Cardiovascular pharmacology Go to
  • Cardiovascular physiology and pathophysiology Go to
  • CARDIOVASCULAR SCIENCES Go to
  • cCell movements and behavior Go to
  • Celiac disease Go to
  • Cell adhesion and migration Go to
  • Cell adhesion Go to
  • Cell adhesion molecules in brain morphogenesis and pathologies Go to
  • Cell biology and Biophysics of gliotransmission Go to
  • Cell biology and pathobiology of glycosphingolipids Go to
  • Cell biology Go to
  • Cell biology Go to
  • Cell biology Go to
  • Cell biology Go to
  • Cell biology Go to
  • Cell biology Go to
  • Cell biology Go to
  • Cell biology Go to
  • Cell biology of exocytosis Go to
  • Cell biology of synapses Go to
  • Cell cultures (monolayer, organotypic) Go to
  • Cell death Go to
  • Cell death Go to
  • Cell death Go to
  • Cell dynamics, neurodegeneration Go to
  • Cell interactions Go to
  • CELL & MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY Go to
  • Cell number control Go to
  • Cell physiology Go to
  • CELL PHYSIOLOGY Go to
  • Cell Physiology Go to
  • Cell physiology Go to
  • Cell physiology Go to
  • Cell physiology Go to
  • Cell signalling Go to
  • Cell size control Go to
  • Cell therapy development, regulatory and translational Go to
  • Cell therapy Go to
  • Cell transplantation Go to
  • CELLUAR PHYSIOLOGY Go to
  • Cellular and molecular mechanisms of neuronal proliferation, migration and synaptogenesis Go to
  • CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR NEUROSCIENCE Go to
  • Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience Go to
  • Cellular and systems neurophysiology applied to the motor system Go to
  • Cellular bases of motor behaviour Go to
  • Cellular biophysics Go to
  • Cellular Ca2+ signaling processes Go to
  • Cellular computation Go to
  • Cellular control of ion channels and active transport systems Go to
  • Cellular imaging Go to
  • Cellular ion channels Go to
  • Cellular mechanisms in pancreatitis Go to
  • Cellular mechanisms of arrhythmias Go to
  • Cellular Membranology Go to
  • Cellular metabolism Go to
  • CELLULAR NEUROBIOLOGY Go to
  • Cellular neurobiology Go to
  • CELLULAR NEUROBIOLOGY Go to
  • Cellular neurophysiology Go to
  • CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCE Go to
  • Cellular neuroscience Go to
  • CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCES Go to
  • CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY Go to
  • Cellular properties of gliomas Go to
  • Cellular remodeling in cardiac hypertrophy and heart failure Go to
  • Cellular reprogramming Go to
  • Cellular roles of calcium Go to
  • CELLULAR SIGNALING Go to
  • Central autonomic regulatory mechanisms: pain, thermoregulation, cardiovascular, food intake Go to
  • Central nervous system Go to
  • Central nervous system Go to
  • Central serous chorioretinopathy Go to
  • Cerebellum Go to
  • Cerebellum Go to
  • Cerebellum Go to
  • Cerebral blood flow Go to
  • Cerebral compensation Go to
  • Cerebral cortex Go to
  • Cerebral cortex Go to
  • Cerebral cortex Go to
  • Cerebral cortex Go to
  • Cerebral cortical development Go to
  • Cerebral regeneration and plasticity Go to
  • Cerebrovascular disease Go to
  • cGMP protein kinase mouse technology Go to
  • Characterization of haematological neoplasms Go to
  • Chemical carcinogenesis Go to
  • Chemical messengers in the nervous and endocrine systems Go to
  • Chemical neuroanatomy Go to
  • chemical transmission in cns Go to
  • Chemogenetics Go to
  • Chemokines Go to
  • chemoreception Go to
  • Chemotherapy Go to
  • Chronic diseases Go to
  • Chronobiology Go to
  • Circadian rhythms Go to
  • Circadian Rhythms Go to
  • Circadian rhythms Go to
  • Circuit Go to
  • Climate change in developed and less developed countries Go to
  • Clinical and tranlational research in rheumatology Go to
  • Clinical epidemiology: the application of observational epidemiologic methods to academic clinical research in tertiary care patients Go to
  • CLINICAL INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY Go to
  • CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE Go to
  • Clinical neuroscience Go to
  • Clinical neuroscience Go to
  • Clinicalnutrition Go to
  • CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY Go to
  • Clinical pharmacology Go to
  • Clinical pharmacology Go to
  • Clinical pharmacology of the circulatory system Go to
  • Clinical research Go to
  • Clinical research methodology Go to
  • CLINICAL SCIENCE Go to
  • CLINICAL SCIENCE & MICROBIOLOGY Go to
  • CLINICAL SCIENCE, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Go to
  • Clinical standardization and application of Mesenchymal stromal/stem cells in inflammatory diseases Go to
  • Clinical trials Go to
  • Clinical trials Go to
  • Clinical trials Go to
  • Clinical whole genome sequencing Go to
  • Coagulation Go to
  • Cochlear implants Go to
  • Cochlear implants Go to
  • Cognition Go to
  • Cognitive neuroscience Go to
  • Cognitive Neuroscience Go to
  • Cognomics Go to
  • Comparative neuroanatomy of forebrain in mammals and sauropsids Go to
  • Comparative research Go to
  • Computational biology Go to
  • Computational neuroscience Go to
  • Computational neuroscience Go to
  • Computational neuroscience Go to
  • Computational neuroscience Go to
  • Connectivity (anatomical, funcional, effective) Go to
  • Control of aldosterone secretion Go to
  • Cortex and hippocampal evolution Go to
  • Cortical GABAergic interneuron diversity. Go to
  • Cortical networks Go to
  • Cortical rhythmic activity Go to
  • Corticogenesis Go to
  • CRITICAL ILLNESS Go to
  • Critical illness Go to
  • Cyclic nucleotides Go to
  • Cyclic nucleotide signaling Go to
  • Cystic fibrosis Go to
  • Cytokine regulation of the immune response Go to
  • Cytokines Go to
  • Cytokines Go to
  • Cytokines Go to
  • Cytokines: Role in regulation of immune and inflammatory responses Go to
  • Cytoskeleton Go to
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  • Data analysis Go to
  • Dementia and in particular diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer disease, FTD and LBD patients Go to
  • Dementia Go to
  • Dementia Go to
  • Demonstration that muscarinic excitation exerted by acetylcholine, liberated in the cortex by ascending cholinergic fibres from the basal forebrain Go to
  • Dendritic integration Go to
  • Dendritic physiology Go to
  • Dendritic spines Go to
  • Dentistry Go to
  • Depression Go to
  • Depression Go to
  • Description of a molecular cascade allowing for fast phasic CRH release through first combination of RNA-seq and proteomics Go to
  • Determination of three-dimensional histogenesis by coexistent receptor systems Go to
  • Developmental biology Go to
  • Developmental biology Go to
  • Developmental biology Go to
  • DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROBIOLOGY Go to
  • Developmental neurobiology Go to
  • Developmental neurobiology Go to
  • Developmental Neurobiology (synapse formation, dendritic arborization, cortex development) Go to
  • Developmental neuroscience Go to
  • DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE Go to
  • DEVELOPMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY & BIOLOGY Go to
  • Development and aging of neural networks Go to
  • Development and evaluation of new interdisciplinary behaviorally oriented treatments for chronic pain Go to
  • Development, function and evolution of brain commissures Go to
  • Development of advanced analytical and optical tools for D-amino acids Go to
  • Development of biomarkers for monitoring storage disease patients Go to
  • Development of drugs and vaccines Go to
  • Development of novel clinical approaches for the treatment of diabetes and obesity Go to
  • Development of novel strategies for brain repair and regeneration Go to
  • Development of novel strategies for brain repair Go to
  • Development of retinal layers and vascularization (angiogenesis) Go to
  • Development of scaffolds and dispersible carbon nanotubes, which can be used in repair after brain injury Go to
  • Diabetes and obesity research Go to
  • Diabetes Go to
  • Diabetes Go to
  • Diabetes Go to
  • Dialogue between neurosciences and psychoanalysis Go to
  • Differentiation Go to
  • Diffusion in the extracellular space of the CNS Go to
  • Digital holographic microscopy Go to
  • Diphtheria toxin Go to
  • Discovery and analysis of calcium sensor proteins, particularly secretagogin and NECABs Go to
  • Discovery and function of cardiac sodium/calcium exchange in the heart Go to
  • Discovery of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) as a functional antagonist at cannabinoid receptors and its downstream targets Go to
  • Discovery of the neuronal “low-voltage activated” T-type calcium channel Go to
  • Disease modeling Go to
  • Disease models Go to
  • diseases of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis Go to
  • Diuretics Go to
  • Drosophila melanogaster Go to
  • Drug development Go to
  • Drug Development Go to
  • DRUG DISCOVERY Go to
  • Drug Discovery Go to
  • Drug discovery Go to
  • Drug Discovery Go to
  • Dysfunctonal cell death in tumor chemo- and radiosensitivity Go to
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  • Eating and drinking disorders : from preclinical models to humans Go to
  • Ecstasy Go to
  • Ectonucleotidases Go to
  • Editor-in-Chief of "Brain" Go to
  • Education and mentoring Go to
  • EEG patterns Go to
  • Effects of stress-mimicking stimuli Go to
  • Electrolyte transport Go to
  • Electron microscopy Go to
  • Electron microscopy Go to
  • Electron microscopy Go to
  • Electron microscopy Go to
  • Electrophsiology of single cardiac and smooth muscle cells Go to
  • Electrophysiology Go to
  • Electrophysiology Go to
  • Electrophysiology Go to
  • Electrophysiology Go to
  • Electrophysiology Go to
  • Electrophysiology Go to
  • Electrophysiology Go to
  • Electrophysiology of cardiac tissue and cells Go to
  • Electrophysiology of neurons Go to
  • Electrophysiology of synaptic transmission and plasticity Go to
  • Electrophysiology (single cell recordings) in awake, behaving monkeys Go to
  • Elucidation of the networks underlying locomotion in rodents Go to
  • Elucidation of the neuronal defects associated with Alzheimer’s disease Go to
  • Embryology Go to
  • Embryonic and adult cardiac stem cells Go to
  • Emerging infections Go to
  • Endocannabinoid involvement in neurological and psychiatric diseases Go to
  • Endocannabinoid signaling Go to
  • Endocannabinoid signaling in the central nervous system. Go to
  • Endocannabinoid system in the regulation of behaviors, brain plasticity, and neuroprotection Go to
  • Endocrine regulation of ovarian function Go to
  • Endocrine response to stress Go to
  • Endocrinology Go to
  • ENDOCRINOLOGY Go to
  • Endocrinology Go to
  • Endocrinology Go to
  • Endocrinology Go to
  • Endocrinology Go to
  • Endocrinology Go to
  • Endocrinology Go to
  • Endocrinology Go to
  • Endocrinology of traumatic brain injury Go to
  • Endocrinology of tuberculosis Go to
  • ENDOCRINOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY Go to
  • Endocytosis Go to
  • Endocytosis Go to
  • Endoplasmic reticulum Go to
  • Endothelial cell biology Go to
  • Endothelium Go to
  • Energy metabolism Go to
  • Energy metabolism Go to
  • Energy metabolism Go to
  • Enzymatic control of reactive metabolites Go to
  • Epidemiological studies Go to
  • Epidemiologic methods: application and development Go to
  • EPIDEMIOLOGY, PREVENTION Go to
  • Epidemiology, the scientific study of the distribution and determinants of disease in man Go to
  • Epigenetics Go to
  • Epigenetics Go to
  • Epigenetics Go to
  • Epilepsy Go to
  • Epilepsy Go to
  • Epilepsy Go to
  • Epilepsy Go to
  • Epilepsy Go to
  • Epilepsy Go to
  • Epithelial cell polarity Go to
  • Epithelial cells Go to
  • Epithelial fluid and electrolyte transport Go to
  • Establishment of unbiased neuronal subclassification by combining electrophysiology and single-cell RNA sequencing Go to
  • Euroscience Go to
  • Evolutionary biology Go to
  • Evolutionary biology Go to
  • Evolution of the mammalian cerebral cortex Go to
  • Examination of the nature and energetics of interactions between exocytotic proteins using single molecule detection Go to
  • Excitation-contraction-coupling Go to
  • Excitation-contraction coupling in the heart Go to
  • Excitatory/inhibitory balance and plasticity in psychiatric diseases Go to
  • Excitatory neurotransmission Go to
  • Exocrine glands (exocrine pancreas, salivary glands) Go to
  • Exocrine secretion Go to
  • Exocytosis Go to
  • Exocytosis Go to
  • Exo- endocytosis in plant cells Go to
  • Experimental and Clinical Neurology Go to
  • Experimental and clinical neurology Go to
  • Experimental and clinical pharmacology of the autonomous nervous system and sphingolipids Go to
  • EXPERIMENTAL ENDOCRINOLOGY Go to
  • EXPERIMENTAL EPILEPTOLOGY Go to
  • Experimental neurology Go to
  • Experimental Neurology Go to
  • EXPERIMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE Go to
  • Experimental stroke research Go to
  • Exploitation of endocannabinoid signaling for therapeutic benefit in developing pancreas, muscle and brain Go to
  • Extracellular matrix biology Go to
  • Extracellular matrix Go to
  • Extracellular nucleotides Go to
  • Extrasynaptic signalling Go to
  • Extrasynaptic „volume“ transmission in the CNS Go to
  • Eye Go to
  • Eye-head gaze control Go to
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  • Fear memory Go to
  • Freeze-fracture replica labeling Go to
  • Frequency analysis in insect ears Go to
  • Functional architecture Go to
  • Functional brain connectivity and connectomics Go to
  • Functional brain imaging Go to
  • FUNCTIONAL BRAIN IMAGING Go to
  • Functional consequences of mutations in the human ROMK2, NKCC2, NCC and TRPM6 transporters Go to
  • Functional fluorescence imaging of molecular dynamics in the living cell Go to
  • Functional imaging: human Go to
  • Functional imaging: nonhuman primates, sub-mm resolution fMRI Go to
  • Functional interactions between peripheral organs and brain in regard to learning, fear, anxiety, stress coping, and energy balance Go to
  • Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) Go to
  • Function of neutrophilic granulocytes Go to
  • Functions of brain capillary mural cells pericytes in brain Go to
  • Fungal infections Go to
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  • GABA and glutamate receptors Go to
  • GABA(A) receptor Go to
  • GABAergic microcircuits Go to
  • GABA Go to
  • GABA Go to
  • Gait and balance Go to
  • Gait and Posture Go to
  • Gap junctions Go to
  • Gastrointestinal tract Go to
  • Gene by environment interactions regarding impulsivity and anxiety Go to
  • Gene evolution Go to
  • Gene expression Go to
  • Gene expression Go to
  • Gene expression in nurosecretory cells Go to
  • General cell physiology Go to
  • General cellular physiology Go to
  • General field of expertise is the cellular bases of behavior Go to
  • GENERAL PATHOLOGY Go to
  • GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY Go to
  • Genes and development Go to
  • Gene therapy for experimental epilepsy Go to
  • Gene therapy: Gene transduction of hematopoietic stem cells for gene therapy in primary immunodeficiencies and metabolic diseases Go to
  • Gene therapy Go to
  • Gene therapy Go to
  • Gene therapy Go to
  • Genetic and epigenetic regulation of neuronal interactions during development Go to
  • Genetic determinants of emotion regulation Go to
  • Genetic diseases of the immune system Go to
  • Genetic dissection of mouse behavior Go to
  • Genetic risk factors for schizophrenia and addiction Go to
  • Genetics and Neuroimaging Go to
  • Genetics Go to
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  • Genetics Go to
  • Genetics Go to
  • Genetics of complex traits Go to
  • Gene transfer Go to
  • Gene transfer Go to
  • Genome of the Netherlands Go to
  • Genome-wide association study Go to
  • Genomic action and the tissue selectivity of calcium channel blockers Go to
  • Genomic alterations in lymphoid neoplasms Go to
  • Genomics Go to
  • Genomics Go to
  • Genotoxicity Go to
  • Genotype/phenotype correlations Go to
  • Geometry of the extracellular space of the central nervous system (CNS) Go to
  • GLIA BIOLOGY Go to
  • Glia biology in relaton to brain diseases Go to
  • Glial cell biology Go to
  • Glial cells Go to
  • Glial cells Go to
  • Glial cells Go to
  • Glial plasticity Go to
  • Glia-neuron cross talk Go to
  • Glia-neuron interactions Go to
  • Gliogenesis and glial contributions to neural networks Go to
  • Gliotransmission Go to
  • Global healthcare Go to
  • Global population growth Go to
  • Global public health Go to
  • glucocorticoid signaling system of the cell Go to
  • Glutamate Go to
  • Glutamate Go to
  • Glutamate receptors Go to
  • Glutamate receptors Go to
  • Glutamate receptors, role, trafficking and plasticity of Kainate and NMDA receptors Go to
  • Glutamate sensing, transport and signaling Go to
  • Glutamate transporters Go to
  • Glutamate transport Go to
  • Glutamine transport, function and dysfunction in the central nervous system Go to
  • Glycosaminoglycan/hyaluronan-binding proteins and proteoglycans Go to
  • Golgi apparatus Go to
  • GPCR signalling Go to
  • G protein-coupled receptor Go to
  • G-protein coupled receptors Go to
  • GTPase activating proteins Go to
  • Gut-Peptides in the brain and their involvement in the pathobiology of neurological disorders: animal and human studies Go to
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  • Hair Go to
  • HCN channelopathies Go to
  • Healthcare innovation Go to
  • Healthy food Go to
  • Hearing aids Go to
  • HEART & CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY Go to
  • Heart Go to
  • Heavy metal neurotoxicity Go to
  • Hematopathology Go to
  • Hematopoiesis: Mechanisms underlying growth and differentiation of hematopoietic precursors Go to
  • Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation Go to
  • Hemistry induced by ionizing radiations, polymerisations induced by X- and γ-rays Go to
  • High resolution microscopy imaging Go to
  • Hippocampal physiology Go to
  • Hippocampal synaptic circuits in relation to memory encoding Go to
  • Hippocampus Go to
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  • Hippocampus Go to
  • Hippocampus Go to
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  • Hippocampus Go to
  • Hippocampus Go to
  • Hippocampus Go to
  • Histology Go to
  • History of epidemiology Go to
  • History of medicine Go to
  • History of neuroscience Go to
  • History of science Go to
  • Hormone production and conservation in pregnancy Go to
  • Human and animal cognition Go to
  • Human and animal electrophysiology Go to
  • Human and animal optical imaging Go to
  • Human brain Go to
  • Human brain research Go to
  • Human genetics Go to
  • Human genetics Go to
  • Human genetics Go to
  • Human physiology Go to
  • Human sleep and epilepsy Go to
  • Human systems neuroscience and brain imaging Go to
  • Humoral Innate Immunity Go to
  • Hypertension Go to
  • Hypertension Go to
  • Hypothalamus Go to
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  • Identification and validation of new drug targets, drug development Go to
  • Identification of main neurotransmitters in the mammalian brain Go to
  • Identification of new cancer risk modifier genes in BRCA1/2 mutation carriers Go to
  • Identification of transmitter functions of some amino acids – especially glutamate for excitation and GABA for inhibition Go to
  • Image analysis Go to
  • Imaging Go to
  • Imaging Go to
  • Immunity to Parasites Go to
  • Immunocytochemistry Go to
  • Immunodeficiency Go to
  • Immunogenetics Go to
  • Immunogenicity of neuropeptides oxytocin and vasopressin Go to
  • Immunohistochemistry Go to
  • Immunohistochemistry Go to
  • Immunology and microbiology Go to
  • Immunology, e.g. innate immunity Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • IMMUNOLOGY Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • Immunology Go to
  • IMMUNOLOGY OF INFECTIONS Go to
  • Immunology of pregnancy Go to
  • Immunology - particularly the complement system Go to
  • Immunomodulation: Mechanisms underlying T-cell activation and T-cell anergy Go to
  • Immunotolerance: Mechanisms underlying T-cell tolerance, induction of T-cell anergy and T regulatory cells Go to
  • Impaired hearing Go to
  • Implication of Kainate Receptors in temporal lobe epilespsy. Go to
  • Importance of endothelial cells in the control of the underlying vascular smooth muscle in health and disease Go to
  • Inborn errors of metabolism Go to
  • Inborn errors of metabolism Go to
  • Induced delivery in pigs improving animal welfare Go to
  • Infection research Go to
  • Infectious diseases Go to
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