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Wallhäusser-Franke, Elisabeth and Mahlke, Claudia and Oliva, R. and Braun, Susanne and Wenz, G. and Langner, Gerald (2003):
Expression of c-fos in auditory and non-auditory brain regions of the gerbil after manipulations that induce tinnitus.
In: Experimental brain research, 153pp. 649-654, [Article]

Braun, Susanne and Wallhäusser-Franke, Elisabeth and Langner, Gerald and Arnold, Wolfgang and Oestreicher, Elmar (2003):
NBQX and mematine counteract salicylate-induced suppression in inferior colliculus of gerbils : a 14C-2-deoxyglucose-study.
[Other]

Wallhäusser-Franke, Elisabeth and Mahlke, Claudia and Weller, B. and Braun, Susanne and Langner, Gerald (2002):
Coactivation of auditory cortex and amygdala by treatments that induce tinnitus.
[Other]

Braun, Susanne and Wallhäusser-Franke, Elisabeth and Langner, Gerald and Arnold, A. P. and Oestreicher, E. (2002):
Effects of NMDA-antagonsit on activity in the auditory system after experimental tinnitus induction.
20[Other]

Braun, Susanne and Wallhäusser-Franke, Elisabeth and Langner, Gerald (2002):
Influence of the NMDA-antagonist memantine on salicylate-induced tinnitus in mongolian gerbils : a 14C-2-deoxyglucose-study.
In: Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, 25p. 175, [Article]

Langner, Gerald and Simonis, C. and Braun, Susanne (2002):
Nachweis einer periodotopen Organisation im Lemniscus lateralis mit der 2-Deoxyglucose-Methode.
[Other]

Langner, Gerald and Simonis, Claudia and Braun, Susanne and Ochse, Michael (2002):
Topographic representation of periodicity information in the inferior colliculus and the ventral nucleus of the lateral lemniscus in the gerbil.
49[Conference or Workshop Item]

Blechschmidt, Ronald A. and Braun, Susanne and Lörcher, U. and Richter, D. (1999):
Bolus-Segmentation in Bildsequenzen des Schluckaktes.
In: Bildverarbeitung für die Medizin 1999: Algorithmen - Systeme - Anwendungen; Proceedings des Workshops März 1999, Heidelberg. Hrsg.: H. Evers (u.a.) - Berlin (u.a.): Springer, 1999. S. 402-406, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Langner, Gerald and Braun, Susanne (1999):
Orthogonal representation of periodicity pitch and frequency in the inferior colliculus of gerbil demonstrated by 2-deoxyglucose labeling.
In: Göttingen Neurobiology Conference <27, 1999, Göttingen>: Proceedings = Göttingen Neurobiology Report; 1999. S. 315, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Wallhäusser-Franke, Elisabeth and Braun, Susanne and Langner, Gerald (1999):
Sodium salycilate increases hearing thresholds, but activates the auditory cortex.
In: Göttingen Neurobiology Conference <27, 1999, Göttingen>: Proceedings = Göttingen Neurobiology Report; 1999. S. 317, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Langner, Gerald and Braun, Susanne and Biebel, U. W. (1999):
Spatial representation and integration of periodicity information in the inferior colliculus.
In: Association for Research in Otolaryngology: Symposium <1999>; Proceedings. S. 180, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Wallhäusser-Franke, Elisabeth and Weller, B. and Braun, Susanne and Langner, Gerald (1999):
A physiological animal model reveals a central origin of tinnitus.
In: Association for Research in Otolaryngology: Symposium <1999>; Proceedings. S. 119, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Büttner, C. and Braun, Susanne and Jähn-Siebert, T. K. and Langner, Gerald (1997):
Periodotopic organization in the inferior colliculus of chinchillas revealed by c-fos labelling due to electrical and acoustical stimulation.
In: From membrane to mind. Hrsg.: E. Elsner (u.a.) - Stuttgart: Thieme, 1997 S. 369, Stuttgart: Thieme, 1997,
Stuttgart, Thieme, [Book Section]

Braun, Susanne and Langner, Gerald (1995):
Vocalization repertoire of the chinchilla (chinchilla langier).
In: Learning and memory. Hrsg.: N. Elsner (u.a.) S. 320, Stuttgart, New York: Thieme, 1995,
Stuttgart, New York, Thieme, [Book Section]

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