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Brain Research Institute


Selected Publications

Guzman SJ, Schlögl A, Espinoza C, Zhang X, Suter B, Jonas P. Fast signaling and focal connectivity of PV+ interneurons ensure efficient pattern separation by lateral inhibition in a full-scale dentate gyrus network model. Nature Computational Science (2021).

Zhang, X+, Schlögl, A+, Vandael, D & Jonas, P. MOD: A novel machine-learning optimal-filtering method for accurate and efficient detection of subthreshold synaptic events in vivo. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 109125 (2021). (+co-first author).

Zhang X, Schlögl A, and Jonas P. Selective routing of spatial information flow from input to output in hippocampal granule cells. Neuron (2020). DOI:10.1016/j.neuron.2020.07.006

Vandael D, Borges-Mejane C, Zhang X, Jonas P. Short-term plasticity at hippocampal mossy fiber synapses is induced by natural activity patterns and associated with vesicle pool engram formation. Neuron (2020). DOI:10.1016/j.neuron.2020.05.013

Zhang X and Jonas P. Integration of spatial and non-spatial information by heterogeneous dentate gyrus granule cellJournal of life sciences (2020). PMID:33409506

Espinoza C, Guzman SJ, Zhang X, and Jonas P. Parvalbumin+ interneurons obey unique connectivity rules and establish a powerful lateral-inhibition microcircuit in dentate gyrus. Nature Communications (2018). DOI:10.1038/s41467-018-06899-3

Zhang X, Zhong W, Brankačk J, Weyer SW, Müller UC, Tort AB, Draguhn A. Impaired theta-gamma coupling in APP-deficient mice. Sci Rep. (2016). DOI:10.1038/srep21948

Zylla MM, Zhang X, Reichinnek S, Draguhn A, Both M. Cholinergic plasticity of oscillating neuronal assemblies in mouse hippocampal slices. PLoS One (2013).

Zhang X, Herrmann U, Weyer SW, Both M, Müller UC, Korte M, Draguhn A. Hippocampal network oscillations in APP/APLP2-deficient mice. PLoS One (2013).

Korte M, Herrmann U, Zhang X, Draguhn A. The role of APP and APLP for synaptic transmission, plasticity, and network function: lessons from genetic mouse models. Exp Brain Res. (2012).

Zhang X, Zhong YM, Yang XL. TASK-2 is expressed in proximal neurons in the rat retina. Neuroreport (2009). DOI:10.1097/WNR.0b013e32832c7e50