Institut für Physiologie

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Physiology is the science of the processes governing life. It describes the physical, biochemical and information processing functions of living systems at the level of the entire organism, the organs and the cells. The Department of Physiology provides under-graduate and post-graduate education for medical- and life-science students. It carries out research mainly in the field of heart- and neurophysiology.

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M.A. Petrovici, A. Schroeder, O. Breitwieser, A. Grübl, J. Schemmel, K. Meier

Robustness from structure: Inference with hierarchical spiking networks on analog neuromorphic hardware

S. Schmitt, J. Klähn, G. Bellec, A. Grübl, M. Güttler, A. Hartel, S. Hartmann, D. Husmann, K. Husmann, S. Jeltsch, V. Karasenko, M. Kleider, C. Koke, A. Kononov, C. Mauch, E. Müller, P. Müller, J. Partzsch, M.A. Petrovici, S. Schiefer, S. Scholze, V. Thanasoulis, B. Vogginger, R. Legenstein, W. Maass, C. Mayr, R. Schüffny, J. Schemmel, K. Meier

Neuromorphic hardware in the loop: Training a deep spiking network on the BrainScaleS wafer-scale system

M. Santello, A. Bisco, N.E. Nevian, E. Lacivita, M. Leopoldo, T. Nevian

The brain-penetrant 5-HT7 receptor agonist LP-211 reduces the sensory and affective components of neuropathic pain

N Salvarani, A. Maguy, S.A. De Simone, M. Miragoli, F. Jousset, S. Rohr

TGF-β1 (Transforming Growth Factor-β1) Plays a Pivotal Role in Cardiac Myofibroblast Arrhythmogenicity

M. van Wyk, E. C. Hulliger, L. Girod, A. Ebneter and S. Kleinlogel

Present Molecular Limitations of ON-Bipolar Cell Targeted Gene Therapy

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