Christa Ringers
Christa Ringers
NTNU PhD student
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Ciliary beating compartmentalizes cerebrospinal fluid flow in the brain and regulates ventricular development
EW Olstad, C Ringers, JN Hansen, A Wens, C Brandt, D Wachten, E Yaksi, ...
Current Biology 29 (2), 229-241. e6, 2019
Motile-cilia-mediated flow improves sensitivity and temporal resolution of olfactory computations
I Reiten, FE Uslu, S Fore, R Pelgrims, C Ringers, CD Verdugo, M Hoffman, ...
Current Biology 27 (2), 166-174, 2017
The role of motile cilia in the development and physiology of the nervous system
C Ringers, EW Olstad, N Jurisch-Yaksi
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1792), 20190156, 2020
Functional properties of habenular neurons are determined by developmental stage and sequential neurogenesis
S Fore, F Acuņa-Hinrichsen, KA Mutlu, EM Bartoszek, B Serneels, ...
Science advances 6 (36), eaaz3173, 2020
Development: How the Reissner Fiber Keeps Our Back Straight
C Ringers, N Jurisch-Yaksi
Current Biology 30 (12), R705-R708, 2020
Diversity and Function of Motile Ciliated Cell Types within Ependymal Lineages of the Zebrafish Brain
PP D'Gama, T Qiu, MI Cosacak, YL Chong, A Konac, JN Hansen, ...
bioRxiv, 2021
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