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Johannes Felsenberg


Felsenberg J, Jacob PF, Walker T, Barnstedt O, Edmondson-Stait AJ, Pleijzier M W, Otto N, Schlegel P, Sharifi N, Perisse E, Smith CS, Lauritzen JS, Costa M, Jefferis, GSXE, Bock DD, Waddell S (2018) Integration of Parallel Opposing Memories Underlies Memory Extinction.
Cell [Epub ahead of print; 2018 Oct]

Cognigni P, Felsenberg J, Waddell S (2018) Do the right thing: neural network mechanisms of memory formation, expression and update in Drosophila.
Current Opinion in Neurobiology 49, 51-58

Felsenberg J, Barnstedt O, Cognigni P, Lin S, Waddell S (2017) Re-evaluation of learned information in Drosophila.
Nature 544, 240-240

Barnstedt O, Owald D, Felsenberg J, Brain R, Moszynski JP, Talbot CB, Perrat PN, Waddell S (2016) Memory-relevant mushroom body output synapses are cholinergic.
Neuron 89, 1237-1247

Owald D, Felsenberg J, Talbot CB, Das G, Perisse E, Huetteroth W, Waddell S (2015) Activity of defined mushroom body output neurons underlies learned olfactory behavior in Drosophila.
Neuron 86, 417-427

Felsenberg J, Dyck Y, Feige J, Ludwig J, Plath JA, Froese A, Karrenbrock M, Nölle A, Heufelder K, Eisenhardt D (2015) Differences in long-term memory stability and AmCREB level between forward and backward conditioned honeybees (Apis mellifera).
Front Behav Neurosci 9, 91

Felsenberg J, Dyck Y, Kloss A, Dahlmann B, Kloetzel PM, Eisenhardt D (2014) Two inhibitors of the ubiquitin proteasome system enhance long-term memory formation upon olfactory conditioning in the honeybee (Apis mellifera).
J Exp Biol 217, 3441-3446

Felsenberg J, Plath JA, Lorang S, Morgenstern L, Eisenhardt D. (2013) Short- and long-term memories formed upon backward conditioning in honeybees (Apis mellifera).
Learning & Memory 21, 37-45

Plath JA*, Felsenberg J*, Eisenhardt D (2012) Reinstatement in honeybees is context-dependent.
Learning & Memory 19, 543-549
*equally contributed

Felsenberg J, Dombrowski V, Eisenhardt D (2012) A role of protein degradation in memory consolidation after initial learning and extinction learning in the honeybee (Apis mellifera).
Learning & Memory 19, 470-477

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