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Hagemeyer, N, Goebbels, S, Papiol, S, Kaestner, A, Hofer, S, Begemann, M, Gerwig, UC, Wieser, GL, Ronnenberg, A, Gurvich, A, Heckers, SH, Frahm, J, Nave, K, and Ehrenreich, H (2012).
A myelin gene causative of a catatonia-depression syndrome upon aging
Embo Molecular Medicine 4(6):528–539.

Hennig, H, Fleischmann, R, and Geisel, T (2012).
Musical rhythms: The science of being slightly off
Physics Today 65(7):64–65.

Huang, M, Volgushev, M, and Wolf, F (2012).
A Small Fraction of Strongly Cooperative Sodium Channels Boosts Neuronal Encoding of High Frequencies
Plos One 7(5):e37629.

Huang, M, Volgushev, M, and Wolf, F (2012).
A Small Fraction of Strongly Cooperative Sodium Channels Boosts Neuronal Encoding of High Frequencies
Plos One 7(5):e37629.

Jahnke, S, Timme, M, and Memmesheimer, R (2012).
Guiding Synchrony through Random Networks
Physical Review X 2(4):041016.

Katzner, S, Treue, S, and Busse, L (2012).
Improving behavioral performance under full attention by adjusting response criteria to changes in stimulus predictability
Journal of Vision 12(10):1.

Klaes, C, Schneegans, S, Schoener, G, and Gail, A (2012).
Sensorimotor Learning Biases Choice Behavior: A Learning Neural Field Model for Decision Making
Plos Computational Biology 8(11):e1002774.

Kriener, B, Anand, L, and Timme, M (2012).
Complex networks: when random walk dynamics equals synchronization
New Journal of Physics 14:093002.

Laczo, B, Antal, A, Niebergall, R, Treue, S, and Paulus, W (2012).
Transcranial alternating stimulation in a high gamma frequency range applied over V1 improves contrast perception but does not modulate spatial attention
Brain Stimulation 5(4):484–491.

Laczo, B, Antal, A, Niebergall, R, Treue, S, and Paulus, W (2012).
Transcranial alternating stimulation in a high gamma frequency range applied over V1 improves contrast perception but does not modulate spatial attention
Brain Stimulation 5(4):484-491.

Memmesheimer, R, and Timme, M (2012).
Non-Additive Coupling Enables Propagation of Synchronous Spiking Activity in Purely Random Networks
Plos Computational Biology 8(4):e1002384.

Memmesheimer, RM, and Timme, M (2012).
Non-Additive Coupling Enables Propagation of Synchronous Spiking Activity in Purely Random Networks
Plos Computational Biology 8(4):e1002384.

Monteforte, M, and Wolf, F (2012).
Dynamic Flux Tubes Form Reservoirs of Stability in Neuronal Circuits
Physical Review X 2(4):041007.

Monteforte, M, and Wolf, F (2012).
Dynamic Flux Tubes Form Reservoirs of Stability in Neuronal Circuits
Physical Review X 2(041007):1-12.

Neves, FS, and Timme, M (2012).
Computation by Switching in Complex Networks of States
Physical Review Letters 109(1):018701.

Newton, F, zur Lage, P, Karak, S, Moore, D, Göpfert, M, and Jarman, A (2012).
Forkhead Transcription Factor Fd3F Cooperates with Rfx to Regulate a Gene Expression Program for Mechanosensory Cilia Specialization
Developmental Cell 22(6):1221 - 1233.

Parlitz, U (2012).
Detecting generalized synchronization
Nonlinear Theory and Its Applications (NOLTA) IEICE 3(2):113-127.

Reichl, L, Heide, D, Loewel, S, Crowley, JC, Kaschube, M, and Wolf, F (2012).
Coordinated Optimization of Visual Cortical Maps (II) Numerical Studies
Plos Computational Biology 8(11):e1002756.

Reichl, L, Heide, D, Loewel, S, Crowley, JC, Kaschube, M, and Wolf, F (2012).
Coordinated Optimization of Visual Cortical Maps (I) Symmetry- based Analysis
Plos Computational Biology 8(11):e1002466.

Riemensperger, T, Pech, U, Dipt, S, and Fiala, A (2012).
Optical calcium imaging in the nervous system of Drosophila melanogaster
Biochim Biophys Acta 1820(8):1169-1178.

Rutherford, MA, Chapochnikov, NM, and Moser, T (2012).
Spike encoding of neurotransmitter release timing by spiral ganglion neurons of the cochlea
J Neurosci 32(14):4773-89.

Schaffelhofer, S, and Scherberger, H (2012).
A new method of accurate hand- and arm-tracking for small primates
Journal of Neural Engineering 9(2):026025.

Schaffelhofer, S, and Scherberger, H (2012).
A new method of accurate hand- and arm-tracking for small primates
Journal of Neural Engineering 9(2):026025.

Schrauwen, I, Helfmann, S, Inagaki, A, Predoehl, F, Tabatabaiefar, MA, Picher, MM, Seco, CZ, Oostrik, J, Kremer, H, Dheedene, A, Claes, C, Fransen, Ea, Coucke, P, Lee, Aa, and Van Camp, G (2012).
A Mutation in CABP2, Expressed in Cochlear Hair Cells, Causes Autosomal-Recessive Hearing Impairment
American Journal of Human Genetics 91(4):636–645.

Senthilan, P, Piepenbrock, D, Ovezmyradov, G, Nadrowski, B, Bechstedt, S, Pauls, S, Winkler, M, Möbius, W, Howard, J, and Göpfert, M (2012).
Drosophila Auditory Organ Genes and Genetic Hearing Defects
Cell 150(5):1042 - 1054.