Bernhard Sabel
Bernhard Sabel
Professor of Medical Psychology, University of Magdeburg Medical School
Verified email at med.ovgu.de - Homepage
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Chronic low-dose glutamate is toxic to retinal ganglion cells. Toxicity blocked by memantine.
CK Vorwerk, SA Lipton, D Zurakowski, BT Hyman, BA Sabel, EB Dreyer
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 37 (8), 1618-1624, 1996
3831996
Computer-based training for the treatment of partial blindness
E Kasten, S Wüst, W Behrens-Baumann, BA Sabel
Nature medicine 4 (9), 1083-1087, 1998
3641998
Nanoparticle technology for delivery of drugs across the blood–brain barrier
U Schroeder, P Sommerfeld, S Ulrich, BA Sabel
Journal of pharmaceutical sciences 87 (11), 1305-1307, 1998
3491998
Controlled drug delivery system for treatment of neural disorders
BA Sabel, A Freese, WM Saltzman
US Patent 4,883,666, 1989
3441989
Controlled release of dopamine from a polymeric brain implant: in vivo characterization
MJ During, A Freese, BA Sabel, WM Saltzman, A Deutch, RH Roth, ...
Annals of Neurology: Official Journal of the American Neurological …, 1989
2431989
Does visual restitution training change absolute homonymous visual field defects? A fundus controlled study
J Reinhard, A Schreiber, U Schiefer, E Kasten, BA Sabel, S Kenkel, ...
British Journal of Ophthalmology 89 (1), 30-35, 2005
2132005
Nanoparticles, a drug carrier system to pass the blood-brain barrier, permit central analgesic effects of iv dalargin injections
U Schröder, BA Sabel
Brain research 710 (1-2), 121-124, 1996
1881996
GM1 ganglioside treatment facilitates behavioral recovery from bilateral brain damage
BA Sabel, MD Slavin, DG Stein
Science 225 (4659), 340-342, 1984
1861984
Efficacy of oral dalargin-loaded nanoparticle delivery across the blood–brain barrier
U Schroeder, P Sommerfeld, BA Sabel
Peptides 19 (4), 777-780, 1998
1691998
Visual field enlargement after computer training in brain-damaged patients with homonymous deficits: an open pilot trial
E Kasten, BA Sabel
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 8 (3), 113-127, 1995
1581995
Vision restoration after brain and retina damage: the “residual vision activation theory”
BA Sabel, P Henrich-Noack, A Fedorov, C Gall
Progress in brain research 192, 199-262, 2011
1352011
Attentional cueing improves vision restoration therapy in patients with visual field defects
DA Poggel, E Kasten, BA Sabel
Neurology 63 (11), 2069-2076, 2004
1302004
Apoptotic versus necrotic characteristics of retinal ganglion cell death after partial optic nerve injury
A BIEN, CI SEIDENBECHER, TM BÖCKERS, BA SABEL, MR KREUTZ
Journal of neurotrauma 16 (2), 153-163, 1999
1301999
Vision restoration therapy (VRT) efficacy as assessed by comparative perimetric analysis and subjective questionnaires
BA Sabel, S Kenkel, E Kasten
Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience 22 (6), 399-420, 2004
1292004
Restoration of vision by training of residual functions
BA Sabel, E Kasten
Current opinion in ophthalmology 11 (6), 430-436, 2000
1212000
Visual field recovery after vision restoration therapy (VRT) is independent of eye movements: an eye tracker study
E Kasten, U Bunzenthal, BA Sabel
Behavioural brain research 175 (1), 18-26, 2006
1122006
Gangliosides minimize behavioral deficits and enhance structural repair after brain injury
BA Sabel, GL Dunbar, DG Stein
Journal of neuroscience research 12 (2‐3), 429-443, 1984
1121984
Changes in visual cortex excitability in blind subjects as demonstrated by transcranial magnetic stimulation
J Gothe, SA Brandt, K Irlbacher, S Röricht, BA Sabel, BU Meyer
Brain 125 (3), 479-490, 2002
1102002
Dynamic reorganization of brain functional networks during cognition
M Bola, BA Sabel
Neuroimage 114, 398-413, 2015
1042015
Process and device for the training of human vision
BA Sabel, E Kasten
US Patent 6,464,356, 2002
102*2002
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