Check out our newest publication in the Journal of Physiology by Kostka & Hanganu-Opatz. We show that the neonatal olfactory bulb (OB) synchronizes the limbic circuity in the beta frequency range. Moreover, it drives neuronal and network activity in the lateral entorhinal cortex (LEC), as well as subsequently, hippocampus (HP) and prefrontal cortex (PFC) via […]
Check out our latest publication in The Journal of Physiology by Kostka and Hanganu-Opatz. We show that early activity in the olfactory bulb (OB) of neonatal mice, synchronizes the limbic circuity in the beta frequency range. Moreover, it drives neuronal and network activity in lateral enthorinal cortex (LEC), as well as subsequently, hippocampus (HP) and […]
Sebastian received the Du Bois-Reymond Prize of the German Physiological Society.
Steven and his colleagues investigated the molecular and cellular characteristics of maternal cells (short: MMc) that are transferred to the fetus during pregnancy. We showed that MMc seed the developing brain and influence the oscillatory entrainment of prefrontal-hippocampal circuits by altering microglia-induced synapse elimination. By this pathway, maternal cells contribute to the development of behavioral […]
Johanna and Sebastian are happy to announce the new paper: “Postnatal Development of Centrifugal Inputs to the Olfactory Bulb”. Johanna K. Kostka and Sebastian H. Bitzenhofer
on how E-I ratio and neuronal correlations change during early development!
Check out our latest publication in @ Neuron by Bitzenhofer, Pöpplau et al.
Our work is highlighted in the newest ZMNH report! Check it out!
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