Dietmar Schroeder

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The murine homologue of the human glycoprotein (transmembrane) NMB (GPNMB) gene was identified by subtractive cloning from in vitro cultured murine primary osteoblast cells and subsequent RACE-PCR. GPNMB is a highly glycosylated type I transmembrane protein that shares significant sequence homology to several melanosomal proteins. Increasing expression of(More)
The murine homologue of the human motility-stimulating protein autotaxin (ATX) was identified as a BMP2 upregulated gene by subtractive cloning from mesenchymal progenitors C3H10T1/2 (Bächner, D., Ahrens, M., Betat, N., Schröder, D., Hoffmann. A., Lauber, J., Steinert, P., Flohe, L., Gross, G., 1998. Bmp-2 downstream targets in mesenchymal development(More)
Cortical attention and habituation parameters are altered in patients suffering from tinnitus. The aim of the study was to quantify cortical attention and habituation parameters in tinnitus patients by recording the contingent negative variation (CNV) response and to correlate amplitudes of different CNV parameters with duration of disease. Twenty patients(More)
According to the Seligman theory of learned helplessness, depression is caused by a repetitive experience of loss of control resulting in internal, stable and global attributional styles for negative events. In depressed patients and healthy controls experiencing such events, an increased amplitude of the post-imperative negative variation (PINV) has been(More)
The massive parallel approach of neuromorphic circuits leads to effective methods for solving complex problems. It has turned out that resistive switching devices with a continuous resistance range are potential candidates for such applications. These devices are memristive systems-nonlinear resistors with memory. They are fabricated in nanotechnology and(More)