Center for Anatomy - Institute for Neuroanatomy
Focus Cellular Neuroanatomy: Prof. B. Reuss
Bernhard Reuss, Ph.D.
Professor for Cellular Neuroanatomy
Universitary Medicine Göttingen
Institute for Neuroanatomy
37075 Göttingen, Germany
Phone 0551 - 39 - 13770
Interactions of antibacterial antisera with brain antigens due to molecular mimicry
=> Publication 2020
=> Publication 2017
=> Publication 2017
=> Publication 2016
=> Publication 2015
=> Poster 2015
=> Publication 2014b
=> Publication 2014a
=> Poster 2014
=> Poster 2013c
=> Poster 2013b
=> Poster 2013a
Effect of 2,4 dichlorphenoxyacetate and its catabolite 2,4 Dichlorphenol on gap junction coupling and neuronal differentiation of NTera2/D1 cells.
Influence of Betulinic acid and Usnic acid on gap junction coupling and neuronal differentiation of NTera2/D1 cells.
Actions of Tamoxifen and Raloxifen on connexin expression and neuronal differentiation of NTera2/D1 cells.
=> Publication 2010
Effects of neonatal infections with the Borna Disease Virus on connexin-expression in hippocampus und cerebellum of Lewis Rats.
=> Publication 2009
=> Publication 2008
=> Publication 2007
Effects of neonatal infections with the Borna Disease Virus on postnatal neurogenesis in the hippocampus of Lewis Rats.
Microchip analysis of gene expression in hippocampus und cerebellum of rats neonatally infected with the Borna Disease Virus 8 weeks after infection.
=> Publication draft 2007
=> Non-infected versus mock infected anaimals
=> Infected versus mock infected animals (hippocampus)
=> Infected versus mock infected animals (cerebellum)
Actually used techniques
Culture and differentiation of NTera2 cells
Culture and differentiation of PC12-Zellen
Western blot analysis
Formerly used teschniques
Infections of newborn rats with the Borna Diesease Virus
René Descartes (1596 - 1650):
“Those who move but very slowly, may advance much farther, if they always follow the right way; than those who run and straggle from it.”
In: A Discourse of a Method for the Well Guiding of Reason and the Discovery of Truth in the Sciences
And finally always remember: You can‘t keep a good man down!