Dr. Tobias Ackels, Dipl. Biol.
Tobias Ackels Position:
Arbeitsbeginn / -ende:
April 2011 - Juli 2016
Neurophysiologie der Pheromondetektion

Live-Cell Imaging,

t.ackels (at) sensorik.rwth-aachen.de

Tel.: 0241/8020805


Wallbrecher R⁠, Ackels T, Olea⁠ RA, Klein MJ, Caillon⁠ L, Schiller⁠ J, Bove-Geurts PH, van Kuppevelt⁠ TH, Ulrich⁠ AS, Spehr⁠ M, Adjobo-Hermans⁠ MJW, Brock R (2017) Membrane permeation of arginine-rich cell-penetrating peptides independent of transmembrane potential as a function of lipid composition and membrane fluidity. Journal of Controlled Release 256: 68–78.

Ackels T, Drose DR, Spehr M (2016) In-depth physiological analysis of defined cell populations in acute tissue slices of the mouse vomeronasal organ. The Journal of Visualized Experiments 115: doi 10.3791/54517.

Oberland S, Ackels T, Gaab S, Pelz T, Spehr J, Spehr M, Neuhaus EM (2015) CD36 is involved in oleic acid detection by the murine olfactory system. Front. Cell. Neurosci. 9: 366. doi: 10.3389/fncel.2015.00366.

Cichy A, Ackels T, Tsitoura C, Kahan A, Gronloh N, Söchtig M, Engelhardt CH, Ben-Shaul Y, Müller F, Spehr J, Spehr M (2015) HCN channels mediate proton-dependent signaling in the mouse vomeronasal organ. The Journal of Neuroscience 35: 4025-4039.

Henkel B, Drose D, Ackels T, Oberland S, Spehr M, Neuhaus EM (2014) Coexpression of Anoctamins in cilia of olfactory sensory neurons. Chemical Senses 40: 73-87.

Kaur AW, Ackels T, Kuo T, Cichy A, Dey S, Hays C, Kateri M, Logan DW, Marton TF, Spehr M and Stowers L (2014)
Murine Pheromone Proteins Constitute a Context-Dependent Combinatorial Code Governing Multiple Social Behaviors. Cell 157: 676-88

Ackels T, von der Weid B, Rodriguez I and Spehr M (2014) Physiological characterization of formyl peptide receptor expressing cells in the mouse vomeronasal organ. Front. Neuroanat., doi: 10.3389/fnana.2014.00134

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