Florian Diehl

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Retrieval of a consolidated memory triggers a number of processes which depend, among other factors, on the duration of the reactivation session: reconsolidation requires a brief reactivation session, and extinction, a prolonged one. The scope of this study is to explore the potential role of the hippocampal endocannabinoid system on reconsolidation and(More)
In the isolated CNS, different modulatory inputs can enable one motor network to generate multiple output patterns. Thus far, however, few studies have established whether different modulatory inputs also enable a defined network to drive distinct muscle and movement patterns in vivo, much as they enable these distinctions in behavioral studies. This(More)
Neuronal release of modulatory substances provides motor pattern generating circuits with a high degree of flexibility. In vitro studies have characterized the actions of modulatory projection neurons in great detail in the stomatogastric nervous system, a model system for neuromodulatory influences on central pattern generators. Less is known about the(More)
The perception of proprioceptive signals that report the internal state of the body is one of the essential tasks of the nervous system and helps to continuously adapt body movements to changing circumstances. Despite the impact of proprioceptive feedback on motor activity it has rarely been studied in conditions in which motor output and sensory activity(More)
28 Neuronal release of modulatory substances provides motor pattern generating 29 circuits with a high degree of flexibility. In vitro studies have characterized the actions 30 of modulatory projection neurons in great detail in the stomatogastric nervous 31 system, a model system for neuromodulatory influences on central pattern 32 generators. Less is(More)
There is now evidence that histamine can modulate the Th1/Th2 balance and excessive histamine production induces a shift toward IL-4/IL-13 processing Th2 responses [1, 2]. As IL-4-induced signal transduction is specifically correlated to STAT6, and is antagonized by IFN-g-dependent Th1 via STAT1 and STAT4, the question arises as to whether histamine(More)
Lack of Th1 lymphocyte derived interferon-g (IFN-g) is one of the main indicators for the development of allergic diseases. Furthermore allergic reactions, infections, and tumors are associated with excessive histamine production and shift toward Th2 responses. Histamine inhibits IFN-g production via H2 receptors [1]. In most studies, histamine was found to(More)
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