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30. Age-related changes in neuronal networks subserving spatial source memory: An event-related fMRI study
J. Kukolja, C. Thiel, M. Wilms, S. Mirzazade, G. R. Fink
  Society for Neuroscience (2006) 214.1
 


29. Stimulusapplikation und Reaktionsmonitoring (fMRT)
M. Wilms
  Fortbildungsvortrag auf der 50. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für klinische Neurophysiologie (DGKN) in Bad Nauheim, März 2006
 

28. Assessing the validity of human cytoarchitectonic V5/MT+ maps for functional imaging
M. Wilms
  NeuroVisionen 2005, Düsseldorf, Germany
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27. Comparing functional and cytoarchitectonic data of human V5/MT+
M. Wilms, A. Malikovic, S. Eickhoff, K. Specht, H. Mohlberg, K. Amunts, G. R. Fink
  11th Annual OHBM Meeting (2005) 262
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26. Receptive fields of epiretinally recorded signals in cats: Spatial and temporal aspects
M. Wilms, R. Eckhorn
  Göttingen Neurobiology Report. Proc. 30th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference (2005) 173A
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25. Information transmission from a retina implant to the cat visual cortex
R. Eckhorn, M. Eger, M. Wilms, T. Schanze
  In: International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN) Budapest (2004) p. 1334
 


24. Receptive fields from epi-retinal recordings in cats give hints for optimizing epi-retinal implants for blinds
M. Wilms, T. Schanze, R. Eckhorn
  Göttingen Neurobiology Report. Proc. 29th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference (2003) 550
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23. Spatial and temporal visual resolutions with retina-implants estimated from recordings in striate cortex of cats
R. Eckhorn, T. Schanze, M. Wilms, M. Eger, L. Hesse, P. Kroll
  Opthalmology Congress Marburg (2002)
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22. On the cortical representation of retina implant generated form and motion stimuli
Th. Schanze, N. Greve, M. Wilms, M. Eger, R. Eckhorn, L. Hesse
  Society for Neuroscience (2002) 556.17
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21. Transmitting form and motion from retina implants to the visual cortex of cats
N. Greve, Th. Schanze, M. Eger, R. Eckhorn, M. Wilms, L. Hesse
  FENS Forum (2002) 083.7
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20. Retinal prosthesis and artificial vision
E. Zrenner, F. Gekeler, K. Shinoda, K. Kohler, M. Völker, H. Gmeiner, A. Stett, W. Nisch, H. Hämmerle, K. Kobuch, H. Sachs, V.-P- Gabel, Z. Kisvarday, U. Eysel, M. Eger, M. Wilms, Th. Schanze, R. Eckhorn
  12th Retina International World Conference in Chiba (Japan) (2002)
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19. Cortical activity distributions in cat area 17/18 elicited by short visual and electrical retinal point stimuli: Investigations for a retina-implant
M. Wilms, T. Schanze, M. Eger, R. Eckhorn
  Göttingen Neurobiology Report. Proc. 28th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference (2001) 588
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18. Temporal, spatial, and intensity information in cat visual cortex evoked by a retina-implant
M. Eger, R. Eckhorn, Th. Schanze, M. Wilms
  4th Neural Coding Workshop, Plymouth, UK, 10-15 Sept (2001)
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17. Estimation of visual resolution from the activity distributions in cat visual cortex evoked by sub- and epi-retinal electrical stimulation
M. Wilms, Th. Schanze, M. Eger, L. Hesse, R. Eckhorn
  Frankfurt/Main Meeting on the Progess of the German Retina-Implant Project (BMBF-Statustreffen) (2001)
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16. Distributions of cortical activities in cat area 17/18 in response to visual and electrical point stimuli: Investigations for a retina implant
M. Wilms, M. Eger, Th. Schanze, R. Eckhorn
  Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz (2001) suppl. K27
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15. Electrical micro-stimulation of cat retina evokes precisely timed cortical spikes: A possibility for information transmission using a retina implant
M. Eger, Th. Schanze, M. Wilms, R. Eckhorn
  Göttingen Neurobiology Report. Proc. 27th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference (1999) 462
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14. Assessing potential changes in cortical receptive field properties after electrical stimulation of the cat's retina. Development of an epi-retinal prosthesis
M. Wilms, Th. Schanze, M. Eger, R. Eckhorn
  Göttingen Neurobiology Report. Proc. 27th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference (1999) 463
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13 Retina Implant: Implantation of epi-retinal electrodes and stimulation assessment by cortical responses in cat
Th. Schanze, L. Hesse, M. Wilms, M. Eger, R. Eckhorn
  Göttingen Neurobiology Report. Proc. 27th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference (1999) 464
 


12. Implantation von Mikrokontaktstrukturen zur Stimulation und kortikalen Ableitung bei der Katze
L. Hesse, B. Nebeling, Th. Schanze, M. Wilms, M. Eger
  97. Tagung der Deutschen Ophthalmologischen Gesellschaft, Berlin, Der Ophthalmologe (1999)
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11 Implantation, fixation, and stimulation of epiretinal electrodes in the cat
L. Hesse, Th. Schanze, B. Nebeling, M. Wilms, M. Eger
  Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. (1999) Suppl. 40:3872
 


10. Information theoretical approach for optimizing electrical stimulation of cat retina by a retina implant
M. Eger, Th. Schanze, M. Wilms, R. Eckhorn
  Europ. J. Neurosci. (1998) Vol. 10, Suppl. 10, 194-04
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9 Efficacy and quality estimation of electrical retina stimulation by analyzing single-unit and mass activities from cat visual cortex
Th. Schanze, M. Wilms, M. Eger, R. Kossler, R. Eckhorn
  Europ. J. Neurosci. (1998) Vol. 10, Suppl. 10
 


8. Retina implant: Optimizing spatio-temporal resolution, time course and power consumption of electrical retina stimulation from responses of the visual cortex of the cat
Th. Schanze, M. Wilms, M. Eger, R. Kossler, R. Eckhorn
  Europ. J. Neurosci. (1998) Vol. 10, Suppl. 10, 194-03
 


7. Assessing the efficacy and quality of electrical retina stimulations by analyzing single-unit and mass activity from cat visual cortex
Th. Schanze, R. Eckhorn, M. Wilms, M. Eger, R. Kossler, L. Hesse, B. Nebeling
  Göttingen Neurobiology Report. Proc. 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference (1998) 475
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6. Experimental setup for assessing the efficacy and quality of retina implant stimulations by retinal and cortical recording in cat
Th. Schanze, R. Eckhorn, L. Hesse, M. Eger, M. Wilms, R. Kossler, B. Nebeling
  Göttingen Neurobiology Report. Proc. 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference (1998) 476
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5. Real-time suppression of stimulus artifact by subtraction of adaptive artifact estimate
M. Eger, Th. Schanze, M. Wilms, R. Eckhorn
  Göttingen Neurobiology Report. Proc. 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference (1998) 477
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4. Assessing the efficacy and quality of retina implant stimulations by retinal and cortical µ-electrode recordings in cat
Th. Schanze, M. Eger, M. Wilms, R. Eckhorn, R. Kossler, L. Hesse, B. Nebeling
  XI Aachen Colloquium on Biomaterials (1998)
 


3 Optimierung raum-zeitlicher Auflösung unter Berücksichtigung des Energiebedarfs einer retinalen Stimulation durch Ableitung kortikaler Reizantworten bei der Katze
Th. Schanze, R. Eckhorn, M. Wilms, M. Eger, L. Hesse, B. Nebeling
  Der Ophthalmologe (1998) Vol. 95, Suppl. 1
 


2. Assessing the efficacy and quality of retina-implant stimulations by recording retinal and cortical single-unit and mass activity in cat
R. Eckhorn, Th. Schanze, M. Eger, M. Wilms, B. Nebeling
  Society for Neuroscience Abstracts (1997) Vol. 763:11, New Orleans
 


1. Light intensity dependence of the distinct bump types in Limulus ventral nerve photoreceptors
M. Wilms, K. Nagy, H. Stieve
  Göttingen Neurobiology Report. Proc. 24th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference (1996) 310
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