lab

Improving motor performance and motor learning of mice and men

Lab Members

Marcel de Jeu
Dr. Marcel de Jeu (MTG)
Assistant Professor
Lab Head
Anna Wilbers
Anna Wilbers
Master Student
Giulia Paolini
Giulia Paolini
Master Student

Recent Publications

Heterogeneous expression of t-type ca2+ channels defines different neuronal populations in the inferior olive of the mouse

Bazzigaluppi, P. and De Jeu, M. T. G.
in Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience 2016

NR2A subunit of the N-methyl d-aspartate receptors are required for potentiation at the mossy fiber to granule cell synapse and vestibulo-cerebellar motor learning

Andreescu CE, Prestori F, Brandalise F, D'Errico A, De Jeu MT, Rossi P, Botta L, Kohr G, Perin P, D'Angelo E, De Zeeuw CI
in Neuroscience 2010

Intrinsic plasticity complements long-term potentiation in parallel fiber input gain control in cerebellar Purkinje cells

Belmeguenai A, Hosy E, Bengtsson F, Pedroarena CM, Piochon C, Teuling E, He Q, Ohtsuki G, De Jeu MT, Elgersma Y, De Zeeuw CI, Jörntell H, Hansel C.
in J Neurosci 2010

Anti-malaria drug mefloquine induces motor learning deficits in humans

van Essen TA, van der Giessen RS, Koekkoek SK, Vanderwerf F, Zeeuw CI, van Genderen PJ, Overbosch D, de Jeu MT
in Front Neurosci 2010
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COX-1 expression in Purkinje cells

COX-1 expression in Purkinje cells