Sascha Förster

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BACKGROUND Global motion detection is one of the most important abilities in the animal kingdom to navigate through a 3-dimensional environment. In the visual system of teleost fish direction-selective neurons in the pretectal area (APT) are most important for global motion detection. As in all other vertebrates these neurons are involved in the control of(More)
A new experimental development concerning microwave-assisted electrochemical detection in conjunction with capillary electrophoresis is presented. Focused microwaves are readily incorporated into end-column detection systems for capillary electrophoresis, they induce strong localised thermal activation at microelectrodes, and they affect and modulate, in(More)
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