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Groch, S; Preiss, A; McMakin, D; Rasch, B; Walitza, S; Huber, R; Wilhelm, I (2017). Targeted reactivation during sleep differentially affects negative memories in socially anxious and healthy children and adolescents. Journal of Neuroscience, 37(9):2425-2434.

Bassetti, C L; Ferini-Strambi, L; Brown, S; Adamantidis, A; Benedetti, F; Bruni, O; Cajochen, C; Dolenc-Groselj, L; Ferri, R; Gais, S; Huber, R; Khatami, R; Lammers, G J; Luppi, P H; Manconi, M; Nissen, C; Nobili, L; Peigneux, P; Pollmächer, T; Randerath, W; Riemann, D; Santamaria, J; Schindler, K; Tafti, M; Van Someren, E; Wetter, T C (2015). Neurology and psychiatry: waking up to opportunities of sleep. : State of the art and clinical/research priorities for the next decade. European Journal of Neurology, 22(10):1337-1354.

Poryazova, R; Huber, R; Khatami, R; Werth, E; Brugger, P; Barath, K; Baumann, C R; Bassetti, C L (2015). Topographic sleep EEG changes in the acute and chronic stage of hemispheric stroke. Journal of Sleep Research, 24(1):54-65.

Olini, N; Huber, R (2014). Ageing and sleep: sleep in all stages of human development. In: Bassetti, C; Huber, R. ESRS Sleep Medicine Textbook. Regensburg: European Sleep Research Society, 73-82.

Metz, A J; Pugin, F; Huber, R; Achermann, P; Wolf, M (2014). Changes of cerebral tissue oxygen saturation at sleep transitions in adolescents. In: Swartz, Harold M; Harrison, David K; Bruley, Duane F. Oxygen Transport to Tissue XXXVI. New York: Springer, 279-285.

Schaefer, C; von Rhein, Michael; Knirsch, W; Huber, R; Natalucci, Giancarlo; Caflisch, J; Landolt, M A; Latal, B (2013). Neurodevelopmental outcome, psychological adjustment, and quality of life in adolescents with congenital heart disease. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 55(12):1143-1149.

Holzer, F J; Rossetti, A O; Heritier-Barras, A C; Zumsteg, D; Roebling, R; Huber, R; Lerche, H; Kiphuth, I C; Bardutzky, J; Bien, C G; Tröger, M; Schoch, G; Prüss, H; Seeck, M (2012). Antibody-mediated status epilepticus: a retrospective multicenter survey. European Neurology, 68(5):310-317.

Geiger, A; Huber, R; Kurth, S; Ringli, M; Achermann, P; Jenni, O G (2012). Sleep EEG topography and children's intellectual ability. NeuroReport, 23(2):93-97.

Geiger, A; Huber, R; Kurth, S; Ringli, M; Jenni, O G; Achermann, P (2011). The sleep EEG as a marker of intellectual ability in school age children. Sleep, 34(2):181-189.

Ringli, M; Huber, R (2011). Developmental aspects of sleep slow waves: linking sleep, brain maturation and behavior. Progress in Brain Research, 193:63-82.

Buchmann, A; Ringli, M; Kurth, S; Schaerer, M; Geiger, A; Jenni, O G; Huber, R (2011). EEG Sleep Slow-Wave Activity as a Mirror of Cortical Maturation. Cerebral Cortex, 21(3):607-615.

Bölsterli, B K; Schmitt, B; Bast, T; Critelli, H; Heinzle, J; Jenni, O G; Huber, R (2011). Impaired slow wave sleep downscaling in encephalopathy with status epilepticus during sleep (ESES). Clinical Neurophysiology, 122(9):1779-1787.

von Rhein, M; Scheer, I; Loenneker, T; Huber, R; Knirsch, W; Latal, B (2011). Structural brain lesions in adolescents with congenital heart disease. Journal of Pediatrics, 158(6):984-989.

Murphy, M; Huber, R; Esser, S; Riedner, B A; Massimini, M; Ferrarelli, F; Ghilardi, M F; Tononi, G (2011). The cortical topography of local sleep. Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry, 11(19):2438-2446.

Ritz, J; Griebeler, E M; Huber, R; Clauss, Marcus (2010). Body size development of captive and free-ranging African spurred tortoises (Geochelone sulcata): High plasticity in reptilian growth rates. Herpetological Journal, 20(3):213-216.

Kurth, S; Jenni, O G; Riedner, B A; Tononi, G; Carskadon, M A; Huber, R (2010). Characteristics of sleep slow waves in children and adolescents. Sleep, 33(4):475-480.

Clerc, J; Schellenberg, B; Groll, M; Bachmann, A S; Huber, R; Dudler, R; Kaiser, M (2010). Convergent synthesis and biological evaluation of syringolin a and derivatives as eukaryotic 20s proteasome inhibitors. European Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2010(21):3991-4003.

Massimini, M; Ferrarelli, F; Murphy, M J; Huber, R; Riedner, B A; Casarotto, S; Tononi, G (2010). Cortical reactivity and effective connectivity during REM sleep in humans. Cognitive Neuroscience, 1(3):176-183.

Kurth, S; Ringli, M; Geiger, A; LeBourgeois, M; Jenni, O G; Huber, R (2010). Mapping of cortical activity in the first two decades of life: a high-density sleep electroencephalogram study. Journal of Neuroscience, 30(40):13211-13219.

Clerc, J; Groll, M; Illich, D J; Bachmann, A S; Huber, R; Schellenberg, B; Dudler, R; Kaiser, M (2009). Synthetic and structural studies on syringolin A and B reveal critical determinants of selectivity and potency of proteasome inhibition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 106(16):6507-6512.

Siebner, H R; Bergmann, T O; Bestmann, S; Massimini, M; Johansen-Berg, H; Mochizuki, H; Huber, R; Bohning, D E (2009). Consensus paper: Combining transcranial stimulation with neuroimaging. Brain Stimulation, 2(2):58-80.

Huber, R (2009). Functional aspects of the sleep EEG. Epileptologie:34-41.

Landsness, E C; Crupi, D; Hulse, B K; Peterson, M J; Huber, R; Ansari, H; Coen, M; Cirelli, C; Benca, R M; Ghilardi, M F; Tononi, G (2009). Sleep-dependent improvement in visuomotor learning: a causal role for slow waves. Sleep, 32(10):1273-1284.

Massimini, M; Tononi, G; Huber, R (2009). Slow waves, synaptic plasticity and information processing: insights from transcranial magnetic stimulation and high-density EEG experiments. European Journal of Neuroscience, 29(9):1761-1770.

Murphy, M; Riedner, B A; Huber, R; Massimini, M; Ferrarelli, F; Tononi, G (2009). Source modeling sleep slow waves. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 106(5):1608-1613.

Clerc, J; Florea, B I; Krauss, M; Groll, M; Huber, R; Bachmann, A S; Dudler, R; Driessen, C; Overkleeft, H S; Kaiser, M (2009). Syringolin A Selectively Labels the 20S Proteasome in Murine EL4 and Wild-Type and Bortezomib-Adapted Leukaemic Cell Lines. ChemBioChem, 10(16):2638-2643.

Groll, M; Schellenberg, B; Bachmann, A S; Archer, C R; Huber, R; Powell, T K; Lindow, S; Kaiser, M; Dudler, R (2008). A plant pathogen virulence factor inhibits the eukaryotic proteasome by a novel mechanism. Nature, 452(7188):755-758.

Klein, R; Buck, S; Classen, K; Rostock, M; Huber, R (2008). Enhanced in vitro activation of immunocompetent cells in healthy individuals being subcutaneously 'vaccinated' with placebo (physiological saline). Clinical immunology, 126(3):322-331.

Bauer, V L; Braselmann, H; Henke, M; Mattern, D; Walch, A; Unger, K; Baudis, M; Lassmann, S; Huber, R; Wienberg, J; Werner, M; Zitzelsberger, H F (2008). Chromosomal changes characterize head and neck cancer with poor prognosis. Journal of Molecular Medicine, 86(12):1353-1365.

Huber, R; Määttä, S; Esser, S K; Sarasso, S; Ferrarelli, F; Watson, A; Ferreri, F; Peterson, M J; Tononi, G (2008). Measures of cortical plasticity after transcranial paired associative stimulation predict changes in electroencephalogram slow-wave activity during subsequent sleep. Journal of Neuroscience, 28(31):7911-7918.

Horneber, M A; Bueschel, G; Huber, R; Linde, K; Rostock, M (2008). Mistletoe therapy in oncology. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, (2):CD003297.

Ferrarelli, F; Massimini, M; Peterson, M J; Riedner, B A; Lazar, M; Murphy, M J; Huber, R; Rosanova, M; Alexander, A L; Kalin, N; Tononi, G (2008). Reduced evoked gamma oscillations in the frontal cortex in schizophrenia patients: a TMS/EEG study. American Journal of Psychiatry, 165(8):996-1005.

Moisello, C; Bove, M; Huber, R; Abbruzzese, G; Battaglia, F; Tononi, G; Ghilardi, M F (2008). Short-term limb immobilization affects motor performance. Journal of Motor Behavior, 40(2):165-176.

Ferri, R; Huber, R; Aricò, D; Drago, V; Rundo, F; Ghilardi, M F; Massimini, M; Tononi, G (2008). The slow-wave components of the cyclic alternating pattern (CAP) have a role in sleep-related learning processes. Neuroscience Letters, 432(3):228-231.

Tinguely, G; Huber, R; Borbely, A A; Achermann, P (2006). Non-rapid eye movement sleep with low muscle tone as a marker of rapid eye movement sleep regulation. BMC Neuroscience, 7:2.

Huber, R; Schuderer, J; Graf, T; Jütz, K; Borbely, A A; Kuster, N; Achermann, P (2003). Radio frequency electromagnetic field exposure in humans: Estimation of SAR distribution in the brain, effects on sleep and heart rate. Bioelectromagnetics, 24(4):262-276.

Huber, R; Treyer, V; Borbely, A A; Schuderer, J; Gottselig, J M; Landolt, H P; Werth, E; Berthold, T; Kuster, N; Buck, A; Achermann, P (2002). Electromagnetic fields, such as those from mobile phones, alter regional cerebral blood flow and sleep and waking EEG. Journal of Sleep Research, 11(4):289-295.

Huber, R; Graf, T; Cote, K A; Wittmann, L; Gallmann, E; Matter, D; Schuderer, J; Kuster, N; Borbely, A A; Achermann, P (2000). Exposure to pulsed high-frequency electromagnetic field during waking affects human sleep EEG. NeuroReport, 11(15):3321-3325.

Borbely, A A; Huber, R; Graf, T; Fuchs, B; Gallmann, E; Achermann, P (1999). Pulsed high-frequency electromagnetic field affects human sleep and sleep electroencephalogram. Neuroscience Letters, 275(3):207-210.

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