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[50] Fechner S, Grant K, von der Emde G, Engelmann J. Physiological evidence of sensory integration in the electrosensory lateral line lobe of Gnathonemus petersii Plos One. 13(4): e0194347.

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[47] Chagnaud B., Engelmann J, Fritzsch B, Glover JC and H Straka. Sensing external and self-motion with hair cells. A comparison of the lateral line and vestibular systems from a developmental and evolutionary perspective. Brain Behav Evol. 2017;90(2):98-116.

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[45] Hofmann V, Sanguinetti-Scheck J, Gómez-Sena L and Engelmann J. Sensory flow as a basis for a novel distance cue in freely behaving electric fish. J. Neuroscience (2017);37(2):302-312  

[44] Hollmann V, Engelmann J  and Gómez-Sena L. A quest for excitation: theoretical arguments and immunohistochemical evidence of excitatory granular cells in the ELL of Gnathonemus petersii. J. Physiol., Paris 2016 (16)

[43] Engelmann J, Walther T, Grant K, Chicca E and Gómez-Sena L. Modeling latency code processing in the electric sense: from the biological template to its VLSI implementation. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics, Bioinspir. Biomim. (2016) 11:(5), 055007  

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[42] Hollmann V, Hofmann V and Engelmann J. A somatotopic map of the active electrosensory sense in the midbrain of the mormyrid Gnathonemus petersii. J Comp. Neurology 5;524(12):2479-91.

[41] Hollmann V, Lucks V, Kurtz R and Engelmann J. Adaptation-induced modification of motion selectivity tuning in visual tectal neurons of adult zebrafish | Journal of Neurophysiology 114: 2893–2902, 2015.  

[40] Paul C, Mamonekene V, Vater M, Feulner P, Engelmann P, Tiedemann R and Kirschbaum R. Comparative histology of the adult electric organ among four species of the genus Campylomormyrus (Teleostei: Mormyridae) | Journal of Comp Physiol A,201(4):357-74

[39] Amey-Özel M, von der Emde G, Engelmann J and  Grant K. More a finger than a nose: the trigeminal motor and sensory innervation of the Schnauzenorgan in the elephant-nose fish, Gnathonemus petersii | Journal of Comp Neurology, 523(5):769-89  

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[37] Francke, M. Kreysing, A.Mack, J. Engelmann, A. Karl, F. Makarov, J. Guck, M. Kolle, H. Wolburg and A. Reichenbach. Grouped Retinae and Tapetal Cups in some Teleostian Fish: Occurrence, Structure, and Function | Progress in Retinal and Eye Research, 38, p. 43 – 69 

[36] R. Pusch, H-J Wagner, G. von der Emde and J. Engelmann. Spatial resolution of an eye containing a grouped retina: ganglion cell morphology and tectal physiology in the weakly electric fish Gnathonemus petersii. | J Comp Neuro,1;521(17):4075-93

[35] V. Kassing, J. Engelmann and R. Kurtz, Monitoring of single- cell responses in the optic tectum of adult zebrafish with dextran-coupled calcium dyes delivered via local electroporation | PLoS ONE 8(5): e62846

[34] V. Hofmann, J. Sanguinetti-Scheck; Silke Künzel; Bart Geurten; Leonel Gómez-Sena, J. Engelmann. Sensory flow shaped by active sensing: sensormotor strategies in electric fish. | JExpBiol 216 (2013), 2487-2500

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[27] von der Emde G, Behr K, Bouton B, Engelmann J, Fetz S and Folde C (2010) 3-dimensional scene perception during active electrolocation in a weakly electric pulse fish. | Front. Behav. Neurosci. 4:26. doi:10.3389/fnbeh.2010.00026

[26] Engelmann J., Nöbel S., Röver T., von der Emde G. (2009) The Schnauzenorgan-response of Gnathonemus petersii. | Frontiers in Zoology 6:21

[25] Hagedorn, J.A.H., Engelmann J., Franosch, J.-M.P., Goulet, J. and van Hemmen J.L. (2009) Wake Tracking and the Detection of Vortex Rings by the Canal Lateral Line of Fish | Physical Review Letters 103(7), e78102

[24] Feulner P D.G., Plath M., Engelmann J., Kirschbaum K and R. Tiedemann (2009) Magic trait Electric Organ Discharge (EOD): Dual function of electric signals promotes speciation in African weakly electric fish. | Communicative and Integrative Biology 2008, 2 (4)

[23] P.G.D. Feulner, M. Plath, J. Engelmann , F. Kirschbaum and R. Tiedemann. Electrifying love: Electric fish use species-specific discharge for mate choice. | Biology Letters, doi:10.1098/rsbl.2008.0566

[22] Moritz T, von der Emde G, Engelmann J and K. E. Linsenmair (2009) The electric organ discharges of the Petrocephalus species (Teleostei: Mormyridae) of the Upper Volta System. | J Fish Physio. 74: 54-76

[21] Engelmann J, Bacelo J, de Rujter M, Grant K and Sugawara Y. (2008)  Dendritic backpropagation and synaptic plasticity in the mormyrid electrosensory lobe | J. Physiol Paris, 102 (2):233-245


[20] von der Emde G, Amey M, Engelmann J, Fetz F, Folde C, Hollmann M, Metzen M and Pusch R. (2008) Active electrolocation in G. petersii. Behaviour, Sensory performance and Receptor Systems. | J. Physiol Paris, 102(2):279-290


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[18] Metzen MG, Engelmann J and Gerhard von der Emde. (2008) Size, structure, and distribution of receptive fields of neurons in the electrosensory lateral line lobe of the weakly electric fish, Gnathonemus petersii. | J Comp Physiol A. DOI 10.1007/s00359-008-0377-4.


[17] Bacelo J, Engelmann J, Hollmann M, von der Emde G and K. Grant. (2008) Peripheral distribution and central representation of electroreceptors in Gnathonemus petersii indicate functional foveae. | J Comp Neurol 511(3):342-359 


[16] Hollmann M, Engelmann J and von der Emde G. (2008) Distribution, density and morphology of electroreceptor organs in mormyrid electric fish: anatomical investigations of a receptor mosaic. | Journal of Zoology. DOI 10.1111/j.-1469- 7998.2008.00465.x 


[15] Engelmann J, Bacelo J, Metzen M, Pusch R, Bouton B, Migliaro A, Caputi A, Budelli R, Grant K and Gerhard von der Emde. (2008) Electric imaging through active electrolocation: Implication for the analysis of complex scenes. | Biological Cybernetics. DOI 10.1007/s004224-088-0213-5


[14] Pusch R, von der Emde G, Hollmann M, Nöbel S, Bacelo J and J. Engelmann. (2008) Active Sensing in a Mormyrid Fish – Electric Images and Peripheral Modifications of the Signal Carrier give Evidence of Dual Foveation. | J Exp Biol 2008 211: 921- 934.


[13] Goulet J, Engelmann J, Chagnaud B, Franosch JM, Suttner MD and JL van Hemmen. (2007) Object localization through the lateral line system of fish: Theory and experiment. | J. Comp Physiol A. 194(1): 1-17


[12] van den Burg EH, Engelmann J, Bacelo J, Gomez L and Grant K. (2007) Etomidate reduces initiation of backpropagating dendritic action potentials: implications for sensory processing and synaptic plasticity during anesthesia. | J Neurophysiol. 2007 Mar;97(3):2373-84. 


[11] Chagnaud BP, Bleckmann H, Engelmann J. (2006) Neural responses of goldfish lateral line afferents to vortex motions. | J Exp Biol.; 209: 327-42.


[10] Engelmann J, Bacelo J, van den Burg EH and Grant K (2005) The sensory and motor effects of etomidate anaesthesia. | J Neurophysiol. 2005; doi:10.1152/jn.00405.2005


[09] Engelmann J and Bleckmann H (2004) Effects of running water on lateral line responses to moving objects. Zoology 107 (2):135-151

[08] Bleckmann H, Mogdans J, Engelmann J, Kröther S, Hanke W (2004) Wie Fische Wasser fuehlen: Das Seitenliniensystem. | BIUZ. Vol. 34(6): 358-365


[07] Engelmann J and Bleckmann H (2004) Effects of running water on lateral line responses to moving objects. | Zoology 107 (2):135-151


[06] Mogdans J, Kröther S, Engelmann J (2004) Neurobiology of the fish lateral line: adaptations for the detection of hydrodynamic stimuli in running water. In: von der Emde G., Mogdans J., Kapoor B.G. (eds) The Senses of Fish. Adaptations for the reception of natural stimuli. Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi: 265- 287


[05]  Mogdans J, Engelmann J, Hanke W, Kröther S (2003) The fish lateral line: how to detect hydrodynamic stimuli. In: Barth FG, Humphrey JAC, Secomb TW (eds) Sensors and Sensing in Biology and Engineering. Springer, Wien New York: 173-185


[04]Engelmann J, Kröther S, Mogdans J, Bleckmann H (2003) Effects of running water on lateral line responses to moving objects. | Brain Behaviour and Evolution 61: 195-212


[03]  Engelmann J, Hanke W, Bleckmann H (2002) Lateral line reception in still- and running water. | J Comp Physiol A 188: 513-526.

[02] Engelmann J, Kröther S, Mogdans J, Bleckmann H (2002) Responses of primary and secondary lateral line units to dipole stimuli under still and running water conditions. | Bioacustics 12: 158-161

[01]  Engelmann J, Hanke W, Mogdans J, Bleckmann H (2000) Coding of hydrodynamic signals by the fish lateral line in still and running water. | Nature 408: 52-53