villmann lab

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Prof Dr. Carmen Villmann

Institute of Clinical Neurobiology, University Hospital of Würzburg

villmann_c@ukw.de

Versbacherstr. 5, 97078 Würzburg

+49 931 201 44035

www.neurobiologie.uk-wuerzburg.de

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Research

Research

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Publications (selected list)

Doppler K, Appeltshauser L, Villmann C, Martin C, Peles E, Krämer HH, Haarmann A, Buttmann M, Sommer C (2016). Auto-antobodies to contactin-associated protein 1 (Caspr) in two patients with painful inflammatory neuropathy. Brain 139:2617–2630.


Deckert J, Weber H, Villmann C, ..., Romanos M, Domschke K, Pauli P, Reif A (2017). GLRB allelic variation associated with agoraphobic cognitions, increased startle response, and fear network activation: a potential neurogenetic pathway to panic disorder. Mol Psychiatry doi: 10.1038/mp.2017.2.


Atak S, Langlhofer G, Schaefer N, Kessler D, Delto C, Schindelin H, Villmann C (2015). Disturbances of Ligand Potency and enhanced degradation of the human glycine receptor at affected positions G160 and T162 originally identified in patients suffering from Hyperekplexia. Front Mol Neurosci 8:79.


Doppler K, Appeltshauser L, Wilhelmi K, Villmann C, Dib-Hajj SD, Waxman SG, Mäurer M, Weishaupt A, Sommer C (2015). Severe destruction of paranodal architecture in inflammatory neuropathy with anti-contactin-1 auto-antibodies. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 86:720–728.


Langlhofer G, Janzen D, Meiselbach H, Villmann C (2015). Length of the TM3-4 loop of the glycine receptor modulates receptor desensitization. Neurosci Lett 600:176–181.


Schaefer N, Kluck CJ, Price KL, Meiselbach H, Vornberger N, Schwarzinger S, Hartmann S, Langlhofer G, Schulz S, Schlegel N, …, Villmann C (2015). Disturbed neuronal ER-Golgi sorting of unassembled glycine receptors suggests altered subcellular processing is a cause of human hyperekplexia. J Neurosci 35:422–437.


Meiselbach H, Vogel N, Langlhofer G, Stangl S, Schleyer B, Bahnassawy L, Sticht H, Breitinger HG, Becker CM, Villmann C (2014). Single Expressed Glycine Receptor Domains Reconstitute Functional Ion Channels without Subunit-Specific Desensitization Behavior. J Biol Chem 289:29135–29147.


Unterer B, Becker CM, Villmann C (2012). The importance of TM3-4 loop subdomains for functional reconstitution of glycine receptors by independent domains. J Biol Chem 287:39205–39215.


Coras R, Siebzehnrubl FA, Pauli E, Huttner HB, Njunting M, Kobow K, Villmann C, Hahnen E, Neuhuber W, Weigel D, Buchfelder M, Stefan H, Steindler DA, Blümcke I (2010). Low proliferation and differentiation capacities of adult hippocampal stem cells correlate with memory dysfunction in humans epilepsy. Brain 133:3359–3372.


Villmann C, Oertel J, Ma-Högemeier ZL, Hollmann M, Sprengel R, Becker K, Breitinger HG, Becker CM (2009). Functional complementation of Glra1spd-ot, a glycine receptor subunit mutant, by independently expressed C-terminal domains. J Neurosci 29:2440–2452.

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