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Fechner, J.* et al.: Sleep slow oscillation-spindle coupling precedes spindle-ripple coupling during development. Sleep 47:zsae061 (2024)
Leu, C.-L. et al.: A patient-enriched MEIS1 coding variant causes a restless legs syndrome-like phenotype in mice. Sleep 47:zsae015 (2024)
Edelson, J.L.* et al.: The genetic etiology of periodic leg movement in sleep. Sleep 46:zsac121 (2022)
International EU-RLS-GENE Consortium (Schormair, B.) et al.: Reassessment of candidate gene studies for idiopathic restless legs syndrome in a large GWAS dataset of European ancestry. Sleep 45:zsac098 (2022)
Lutz, N.D.* ; Admard, M.* ; Genzoni, E.* ; Born, J. & Rauss, K.*: Occipital sleep spindles predict sequence learning in a visuo-motor task. Sleep 44:zsab056 (2021)
Kurz, E.M.* et al.: How do children with autism spectrum disorder form gist memory during sleep? - A study of slow oscillation-spindle coupling. Sleep 44:zsaa290 (2020)
Johar, H. ; Kawan, R. ; Emeny, R.T. & Ladwig, K.-H.: Impaired sleep predicts cognitive decline in old people: Findings from the prospective KORA Age study. Sleep 39, 217-226 (2016)
Marinelli, M.* et al.: Heritability and genome-wide association analyses of sleep duration in children: The EAGLE Consortium. Sleep 39, 1859-1869 (2016)
Besedovsky, L.* & Born, J.: Sleep, don't sneeze: Longer sleep reduces the risk of catching a cold. Sleep 38, 1341-1342 (2015)
Kumar, D.* et al.: CACNA1C (Cav1.2) modulates electroencephalographic rhythm and rapid eye movement sleep recovery. Sleep 38, 1371-1380 (2015)
Szentkirályi, A.* ; Völzke, H.* ; Hoffmann, W.* ; Winkelmann, J. & Berger, K.*: Lack of association between genetic risk loci for restless legs syndrome and multimorbidity. Sleep 39, 111–115 (2015)
Han, F.* et al.: HLA DQB1*06:02 negative narcolepsy with hypocretin/orexin deficiency. Sleep 37, 1601-1608 (2014)
Romanowski, C.P.N.* et al.: Central deficiency of corticotropin-releasing hormone receptor type 1 (CRH-R1) abolishes effects of CRH on NREM but not on REM sleep in mice. Sleep 33, 427-436 (2010)
Meisinger, C. ; Heier, M. ; Löwel, H. ; Schneider, A.E. & Döring, A.: Sleep duration and sleep complaints and risk of myocardial infarction in middle-aged men and women from the general population: The MONICA/KORA Augsburg cohort study. Sleep 30, 1121-1127 (2007)
Frauscher, B.* et al.: Association of daytime sleepiness with COMT polymorphism in patients with Parkinson disease: A pilot study. Sleep 27, 733-736 (2004)