Martin Kerschensteiner

LMU Munich, Germany, München, Bayern, Germany 
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Kerschensteiner M, Misgeld T. (2022) A less painful transfer of power. Neuron. 110: 559-561
Schifferer M, Snaidero N, Djannatian M, et al. (2021) Niwaki Instead of Random Forests: Targeted Serial Sectioning Scanning Electron Microscopy With Reimaging Capabilities for Exploring Central Nervous System Cell Biology and Pathology. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy. 15: 732506
Jafari M, Schumacher AM, Snaidero N, et al. (2021) Phagocyte-mediated synapse removal in cortical neuroinflammation is promoted by local calcium accumulation. Nature Neuroscience
Kislinger G, Gnägi H, Kerschensteiner M, et al. (2020) ATUM-FIB microscopy for targeting and multiscale imaging of rare events in mouse cortex. Star Protocols. 1: 100232
Snaidero N, Schifferer M, Mezydlo A, et al. (2020) Myelin replacement triggered by single-cell demyelination in mouse cortex. Nature Communications. 11: 4901
Kislinger G, Gnägi H, Kerschensteiner M, et al. (2020) Multiscale ATUM-FIB Microscopy Enables Targeted Ultrastructural Analysis at Isotropic Resolution. Iscience. 23: 101290
Sauerbeck AD, Gangolli M, Reitz SJ, et al. (2020) SEQUIN Multiscale Imaging of Mammalian Central Synapses Reveals Loss of Synaptic Connectivity Resulting from Diffuse Traumatic Brain Injury. Neuron
Bradley PM, Denecke CK, Aljovic A, et al. (2019) Corticospinal circuit remodeling after central nervous system injury is dependent on neuronal activity. The Journal of Experimental Medicine
Schumacher AM, Misgeld T, Kerschensteiner M, et al. (2019) Imaging the execution phase of neuroinflammatory disease models. Experimental Neurology. 112968
Witte ME, Schumacher AM, Mahler CF, et al. (2019) Calcium Influx through Plasma-Membrane Nanoruptures Drives Axon Degeneration in a Model of Multiple Sclerosis. Neuron
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