Frank Zufall
Frank Zufall
Professor of Physiology, Saarland University
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Ultrasensitive pheromone detection by mammalian vomeronasal neurons
T Leinders-Zufall, AP Lane, AC Puche, W Ma, MV Novotny, MT Shipley, ...
Nature 405 (6788), 792-796, 2000
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Altered sexual and social behaviors in trp2 mutant mice
BG Leypold, CR Yu, T Leinders-Zufall, MM Kim, F Zufall, R Axel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (9), 6376-6381, 2002
5852002
MHC class I peptides as chemosensory signals in the vomeronasal organ
T Leinders-Zufall, P Brennan, P Widmayer, A Maul-Pavicic, M Jäger, ...
Science 306 (5698), 1033-1037, 2004
5632004
Pheromonal communication in vertebrates
PA Brennan, F Zufall
Nature 444 (7117), 308-315, 2006
5092006
Deficient pheromone responses in mice lacking a cluster of vomeronasal receptor genes
K Del Punta, T Leinders-Zufall, I Rodriguez, D Jukam, CJ Wysocki, ...
Nature 419 (6902), 70-74, 2002
3692002
A Diacylglycerol-Gated Cation Channel in Vomeronasal Neuron Dendrites Is Impaired in TRPC2 Mutant Mice: Mechanism of Pheromone Transduction
P Lucas, K Ukhanov, T Leinders-Zufall, F Zufall
Neuron 40 (3), 551-561, 2003
3442003
Essential role of the main olfactory system in social recognition of major histocompatibility complex peptide ligands
M Spehr, KR Kelliher, XH Li, T Boehm, T Leinders-Zufall, F Zufall
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (7), 1961-1970, 2006
3012006
Subsystem organization of the mammalian sense of smell
SD Munger, T Leinders-Zufall, F Zufall
Annual review of physiology 71, 115-140, 2009
2952009
The cellular and molecular basis of odor adaptation
F Zufall, T Leinders-Zufall
Chemical senses 25 (4), 473-481, 2000
2942000
Retinal ganglion cells express a cGMP-gated cation conductance activatable by nitric oxide donors
I Ahmad, T Leinders-Zufall, JD Kocsis, GM Shepherd, F Zufall, ...
Neuron 12 (1), 155-165, 1994
2831994
Loss-of-function mutations in sodium channel Nav1.7 cause anosmia
J Weiss, M Pyrski, E Jacobi, B Bufe, V Willnecker, B Schick, P Zizzari, ...
Nature 472 (7342), 186, 2011
2602011
Contribution of the receptor guanylyl cyclase GC-D to chemosensory function in the olfactory epithelium
T Leinders-Zufall, RE Cockerham, S Michalakis, M Biel, DL Garbers, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (36), 14507-14512, 2007
2222007
Cyclic nucleotide-gated ion channels and sensory transduction in olfactory receptor neurons
F Zufall, S Firestein, GM Shepherd
Annual review of biophysics and biomolecular structure 23 (1), 577-607, 1994
2191994
MHC peptides and the sensory evaluation of genotype
T Boehm, F Zufall
Trends in neurosciences 29 (2), 100-107, 2006
1852006
Single odor-sensitive channels in olfactory receptor neurons are also gated by cyclic nucleotides
S Firestein, F Zufall, GM Shepherd
Journal of Neuroscience 11 (11), 3565-3572, 1991
1811991
Calcium entry through cyclic nucleotide-gated channels in individual cilia of olfactory receptor cells: spatiotemporal dynamics
T Leinders-Zufall, MN Rand, GM Shepherd, CA Greer, F Zufall
Journal of Neuroscience 17 (11), 4136-4148, 1997
1681997
G protein Gαo is essential for vomeronasal function and aggressive behavior in mice
P Chamero, V Katsoulidou, P Hendrix, B Bufe, R Roberts, H Matsunami, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (31), 12898-12903, 2011
1562011
Imaging odor-induced calcium transients in single olfactory cilia: specificity of activation and role in transduction
T Leinders-Zufall, CA Greer, GM Shepherd, F Zufall
Journal of Neuroscience 18 (15), 5630-5639, 1998
1541998
An olfactory subsystem that detects carbon disulfide and mediates food-related social learning
SD Munger, T Leinders-Zufall, LM McDougall, RE Cockerham, A Schmid, ...
Current biology 20 (16), 1438-1444, 2010
1532010
Central role of the CNGA4 channel subunit in Ca2+-calmodulin-dependent odor adaptation
SD Munger, AP Lane, H Zhong, T Leinders-Zufall, KW Yau, F Zufall, ...
Science 294 (5549), 2172-2175, 2001
1532001
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