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2013

Papassotiropoulos, A. and Stefanova, E. and Vogler, C. and Gschwind, L. and Ackermann, S. and Spalek, K. and Rasch, B. and Heck, A. and Aerni, A. and Hanser, E. and Demougin, P. and Huynh, K.-D. and Luechinger, R. and Klarhöfer, M. and Novakovic, I. and Kostic, V. and Boesiger, P. and Scheffler, K. and de Quervain, D. J.-F.. (2013) A genome-wide survey and functional brain imaging study identify CTNNBL1 as a memory-related gene. Molecular psychiatry, Vol. 18, H. 2. S. 255-263.

2012

de Quervain, Dominique J.-F. and Kolassa, Iris-Tatjana and Ackermann, Sandra and Aerni, Amanda and Boesiger, Peter and Demougin, Philippe and Elbert, Thomas and Ertl, Verena and Gschwind, Leo and Hadziselimovic, Nils and Hanser, Edveena and Heck, Angela and Hieber, Petra and Huynh, Kim-Dung and Klarhöfer, Markus and Luechinger, Roger and Rasch, Björn and Scheffler, Klaus and Spalek, Klara and Stippich, Christoph and Vogler, Christian and Vukojevic, Vanja and Stetak, Attila and Papassotiropoulos, Andreas. (2012) PKCα is genetically linked to memory capacity in healthy subjects and to risk for posttraumatic stress disorder in genocide survivors. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vol. 109, H. 22. S. 8746-8751.

Ackermann, Sandra and Spalek, Klara and Rasch, Björn and Gschwind, Leo and Coynel, David and Fastenrath, Matthias and Papassotiropoulos, Andreas and de Quervain, Dominique J.-F.. (2012) Testosterone levels in healthy men are related to amygdala reactivity and memory performance. Psychoneuroendocrinology, Vol. 37, H. 9 , S. 1417–1424.

2011

Heck, Angela and Vogler, Christian and Gschwind, Leo and Ackermann, Sandra and Auschra, Bianca and Spalek, Klara and Rasch, Björn and de Quervain, Dominique and Papassotiropoulos, Andreas. (2011) Statistical epistasis and functional brain imaging support a role of voltage-gated potassium channels in human memory. PLoS one, Vol. 6, H. 12 , e29337.