Anja Kögler

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The nocturnal myoclonus syndrome (NMS) consists of stereotyped, repetitive jerks of the lower limbs that occur during sleep or wakefulness. NMS is often related with restless-legs syndrome (RLS) and can cause severe sleep disturbances and daytime sleepiness. The efficacy of dopamine agonists in the treatment points to a dopaminergic dysfunction in NMS. We(More)
Periodic movements in sleep (PMS) can cause severe sleep disturbances. We investigated the central dopamine D2 receptor density in patients with PMS with 123I-IBZM and single photon emission tomography (SPET). In PMS there was a lower 123I-IBZM binding in the basal ganglia compared to the control group. The results indicate a loss of central D2 receptors in(More)
Elevated levels of central D2 dopamine receptors were found on postmortem examination in cases of human narcolepsy. In vivo investigations using positron emission tomography (PET) and single photon emission tomography (SPET) found no changes of D2 binding in the striatal structures. To investigate whether the elevated D2 receptors in postmortem(More)
The first investigation of the central-type benzodiazepine (BZ) receptor density before and following 2 months successful treatment with carbamazepine (CBZ) in a patient with temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) using 123I-labelled Iomazenil (a specific lipophile central BZ receptor compound) and single photon emission tomography (SPET) is reported. First, a focal(More)
Northern Europe’s oldest and largest Camellia japonica growing at the Pillnitz Castle (Germany) for over 200 years is of botanical and cultural importance and is a reference for C. japonica molecular scale analysis. In order to provide a fundament for genome analysis of the genus Camellia, we characterize the C. japonica tandem repeat fraction, constituting(More)
The paper gives a brief review of the existing literature concerning the nocturnal myoclonus syndrome (NMS). The clinical symptomatology, criteria for differential diagnosis and the relation to the restless legs syndrome (RLS) are discussed. Recently we investigated central dopamine receptor density with 123I-labeled 3'-iodo-6-methoxybenzamide (IBZM) (a(More)
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