Nora Busche

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Neurotransmission at chemical synapses of the brain involves alpha-neurexins, neuron-specific cell-surface molecules that are encoded by three genes in mammals. Deletion of alpha-neurexins in mice previously demonstrated an essential function, leading to early postnatal death of many double-knockout mice and all triple mutants. Neurotransmitter release at(More)
Stimuli responsive hydrogels show a strong ability to change in volume with changes in selected environmental properties. This tendency of these hydrogels to change in volume is captured as pressure-change in confined cavities of pressure sensors. An array of pressure sensors on a single chip may carry hydrogels sensitive to multiple, selected metabolic(More)
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