Publikationen Prof. Leo Peichl

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2017 - 2022

Peichl L, Radic T, Solovei I, Wolfram M, Glösmann M (2022) On the retinae of Glis and Graphiurus: photoreceptor and ganglion cell populations, an absence of shortwave-sensitive cones, and some other features (Rodentia: Gliridae). Lynx, new series (Praha) 53: 185-205

Haverkamp S, Reinhard K, Peichl L, Mietsch M (2022) No evidence for age-related alterations in the marmoset retina. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy 16: 945295

Gower DJ, Fleming JF, Pisani D, Vonk FJ, Kerkkamp HMI, Peichl L, Meimann S, Casewell NR, Henkel CV, Richardson MK, Sanders KL, Simões BF (2021) Eye-transcriptome and genome-wide sequencing for Scolecophidia: implications for inferring the visual system of the ancestral snake. Genome Biology and Evolution 13: evab253

Gower DJ, Sampaio FL, Peichl L, Wagner H-J, Loew ER, McLamb W, Douglas RH, Orlow N, Grace MS, Hart NS, Hunt DM, Partridge JC, Simoes BF (2019) Evolution of the eyes of vipers with and without infrared-sensing pit organs. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126: 796-823

Nießner C, Denzau S, Peichl L, Wiltschko W, Wiltschko R (2018) Magnetoreception: activation of avian cryptochrome 1a in various light conditions. J Comp Physiol A 204: 977-984

Malkemper EP, Peichl L (2018) Retinal photoreceptor and ganglion cell types and topographies in the red fox (Vulpes vulpes) and the Arctic fox (Vulpes lagopus). J Comp Neurol 526: 2078-2098

Lutz ND, Lemes E, Krubitzer L, Collin SP, Haverkamp S, Peichl L (2018) The rod signaling pathway in marsupial retinae. PLoS ONE, 13: e0202089

Peichl L, Kaiser A, Rakotondraparany F, Dubielzig RR, Goodman SM, Kappeler PM (2017) Diversity of photoreceptor arrangements in nocturnal, cathemeral and diurnal Malagasy lemurs. J Comp Neurol, early view DOI 10.1002/cne.24167 (print version J Comp Neurol 527: 13-37, 2019)

Kuhrt H, Bringmann A, Härtig W, Wibbelt G, Peichl L, Reichenbach A (2017) The retina of Asian and African elephants: comparison of newborn and adult. Brain Behav Evol, 89: 84-103

Rehkämper G, Peichl L, Zilles K (2017) In Memoriam: Heinz Stephan (1924–2016). Brain Behav Evol, 89: 231-232

2011 – 2016

Arbogast P, Flamant F, Godement P, Glösmann M, Peichl L (2016) Thyroid hormone signaling in the mouse retina. PLoS ONE, 11: e0168003

Nießner C, Denzau S, Malkemper EP, Gross JC, Burda H, Winklhofer M, Peichl L (2016) Cryptochrome 1 in retinal cone photoreceptors suggests a novel functional role in mammals. Scientific Reports, 6: 21848

Nießner C, Gross JC, Denzau S, Peichl L, Fleissner G, Wiltschko W, Wiltschko R (2016) Seasonally changing cryptochrome 1b expression in the retinal ganglion cells of a migrating passerine bird. PLoS ONE, 11: e0150377

Butz E, Peichl L, Müller B (2015) Cone bipolar cells in the retina of the microbat Carollia perspicillata. J Comp Neurol, 523: 963-981

Hunt DM, Peichl L (2014) S cones: Evolution, retinal distribution, development, and spectral sensitivity. Vis Neurosci, 31: 115–138

Joffe B, Peichl L, Hendrickson A, Leonhardt H, Solovei I (2014) Diurnality and nocturnality in primates: an analysis from the rod photoreceptor nuclei perspective. Evol Biol, 41: 1–11

Nießner C, Denzau S, Peichl L, Wiltschko W, Wiltschko R (2014) Magnetoreception in birds: I. Immuno-histochemical studies concerning the cryptochrome cycle. J Exp Biol, 217: 4221-4224

Song C, Feodrova Y, Guy J, Peichl L, Jost KL, Kimura H, Cardoso CM, Bird A, Leonhardt H, Joffe B, Solovei I (2014) DNA methylation reader MECP2: cell type- and differentiation stage-specific protein distribution. Epigenetics & Chromatin, 7: 17

Arbogast P, Glösmann M, Peichl L (2013) Retinal cone photoreceptors of the deer mouse Peromyscus maniculatus: Development, topography, opsin expression and spectral tuning. PLoS ONE, 8(11): e80910

Moritz GL, Lim NT-L, Neitz M, Peichl L, Dominy NJ (2013) Expression and evolution of short wavelength sensitive opsins in Colugos: A nocturnal lineage that informs debate on primate origins. Evol Biol, 40(4): 542-553

Müller B, Butz E, Peichl L, Haverkamp S (2013) The rod pathway of the microbat retina has bistratified rod bipolar cells and tristratified AII amacrine cells. J Neurosci, 33(3): 1014-1023

Niessner C, Denzau S, Stapput K, Ahmad M, Peichl L, Wiltschko W, Wiltschko R (2013) Magnetoreception: Activated Cryptochrome 1a concurs with magnetic orientation in birds. J Roy Soc Interface ,10: 20130638

Solovei I, Wang AS, Thanisch K, Schmidt CS, Krebs S, Zwerger M, Cohen TV, Devys D, Foisner R, Peichl L, Herrmann H, Blum H, Engelkamp D, Stewart CL, Leonhardt H, Joffe B (2013) LBR and lamin A/C sequentially tether peripheral heterochromatin and inversely regulate differentiation. Cell, 152: 584-598

Bischof H-J, Nießner C, Peichl L, Wiltschko R, Wiltschko W (2011) Avian UV/violet cones as magnetoreceptors: The problem of separating visual and magnetic information. Commun & Integr Biol, 4(6): 713-716

Nießner C, Denzau S, Gross JC, Peichl L, Bischof H-J, Fleissner G, Wiltschko W, Wiltschko R (2011) Avian ultraviolet/violet cones identified as probable magnetoreceptors. PLoS ONE, 6(5): e20091

Glaschke A, Weiland J, Del Turco D, Steiner M, Peichl L, Glösmann M (2011) Thyroid hormone controls cone opsin expression in the retina of adult rodents. J Neurosci, 31(13): 4844-4851

2006 – 2010

Huber G, Heynen S, Imsand C, Vom Hagen F, Mühlfriedel R, Tanimoto N, Feng Y, Hammes H-P, Grimm C, Peichl L, Seeliger MW, Beck SC (2010) Novel rodent models for macular research. PLoS ONE, 5(10): e13403

Schleich C, Vielma A, Glösmann M, Palacios AG, Peichl L (2010) The retinal photoreceptors of two subterranean tuco-tuco species (Rodentia, Ctenomys): Morphology, topography and spectral sensitivity. J Comp Neurol, 518: 4001-4015

Palacios AG, Arrese CA, Bozinovic F, Vielma A, Hunt DM, Peichl L (2010) Retinal photoreceptor arrangement, SWS1 and LWS opsin sequence, and electroretinography in the South American marsupial Thylamys elegans (Waterhouse, 1839). J Comp Neurol, 518: 1589-1602

Glaschke A, Glösmann M, Peichl L (2010) Developmental changes of cone opsin expression but not retinal morphology in the hypothyroid Pax8 knockout mouse. Invest Ophthal Vis Sci, 51(3): 1719-1727

Hanke FD, Peichl L, Dehnhardt G (2009) Retinal ganglion cell topography in juvenile harbor seals (Phoca vitulina). Brain Behav Evol, 74: 102-109

Müller B, Glösmann M, Peichl L, Knop GC, Hagemann C, Ammermüller J (2009) Bat eyes have ultraviolet-sensitive cone photoreceptors. PLoS ONE, 4(7): e6390

Peichl L, Joffe B (2009) Zellkerne als Nachtsichtgerät. Biologie in unserer Zeit, 39(3): 154-155

Solovei I, Kreysing M, Lanctôt C, Kösem S, Peichl L, Cremer TH, Guck J, Joffe B (2009) Nuclear architecture of rod photoreceptor cells adapts to vision in mammalian evolution. Cell, 137: 356-368

Rocha FAF, Ahnelt PK, Peichl L, Saito CA, Silveira LCL, De Lima SMA (2009) The topography of cone photoreceptors in the retina of a diurnal rodent, the agouti (Dasyprocta aguti). Vis Neurosci, 26: 167-175

Glösmann M, Steiner M, Peichl L, Ahnelt P (2008) Cone photoreceptors and potential UV vision in a subterranean insectivore, the European mole. J Vision, 8(4): 23

Nemec P, Cveková P, Benada O, Wielkopolska E, Olkowicz S, Turlejski K, Burda H, Bennett NC, Peichl L (2008) The visual system in subterranean African mole-rats (Rodentia, Bathyergidae): Retina, subcortical visual nuclei and primary visual cortex. Brain Res Bull, 75: 356-364

Müller B, Peichl L (2007) Flughunde sind auch für das Sehen bei Tag gerüstet. BIOforum, 5/2007: 40-41

Müller B, Peichl L (2007) Nachtflugspezialisten haben auch tagsüber den Durchblick. Biologie in unserer Zeit, 37(4): 218-219

Müller B, Goodman SM, Peichl L (2007) Cone photoreceptor diversity in the retinas of fruit bats (Megachiroptera). Brain Behav Evol, 70: 90-104

Peichl L, Seyfarth E-A (2006) Vor 100 Jahren: Nobelpreis für Golgi und Ramón y Cajal. Neuroforum, 4/06: 266-267

2000 – 2005

Peichl L (2005) Die Lichter der Sauen. Die Pirsch, 14/2005: 4-8

Peichl L (2005) Diversity of mammalian photoreceptor properties: adaptations to habitat and lifestyle? Anat Rec, A 287A: 1001-1012

Peichl L, Chavez AE, Ocampo A, Mena W, Bozinovic F, Palacios AG (2005) The eye and vision in the subterranean rodent cururo (Spalacopus cyanus, Octodonitdae). J Comp Neurol, 486: 197-208

Nemec P, Burda H, Peichl L (2004) Subcortical visual system of the African mole-rat Cryptomys anselli: to see or not to see? Europ J Neurosci, 20: 757-768

Peichl L, Nemec P, Burda H (2004) Unusual cone and rod properties in subterranean African mole-rats (Rodentia, Bathyergidae). Europ J Neurosci, 19: 1545-1558

Palacios A, Peichl L, Bozinovic F (2004) La vision ultraviolette du rat Degus. Cerveau & Psycho, 5: 92-95. [März 2004; Dossier-Heft von Pour la Science, der franz. Ausgabe des Scientific American]

Griebel U, Peichl L (2003) Color vision in aquatic mammals - facts and open questions. Aquatic Mammals, 29: 18-30

Chávez AE, Bozinovic F, Peichl L, Palacios AG (2003) Retinal spectral sensitivity, fur coloration, and urine reflectance in the genus Octodon (Rodentia): implications for visual ecology. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci, 44: 2290-2296

Seyfarth E-A, Peichl L (2002) Vor 100 Jahren: Julius Bernstein (1839-1917) formuliert seine "Membrantheorie". Neuroforum, 4/02: 274-276

Hack I, Koulen P, Peichl L, Brandstätter JH (2002) Development of glutamatergic synapses in the rat retina: the postnatal expression of ionotropic glutamate receptor subunits. Vis Neurosci, 19: 1-13

Peichl L (2001) Paradoxe Farbenblindheit bei Meeressäugern. Biologie in unserer Zeit, 31(4): 214-215

Peichl L (2001) Für Wale und Robben ist das Meer nicht blau. BIOforum, 6/2001: 2-3

Peichl L, Behrmann G, Kröger RHH (2001) For whales and seals the ocean is not blue: a visual pigment loss in marine mammals. Europ J Neurosci, 13: 1520-1528

Hack I, Frech M, Dick O, Peichl L, Brandstätter JH (2001) Heterogeneous distribution of AMPA glutamate receptor subunits at the photoreceptor synapses of rodent retina. Europ J Neurosci, 13: 15-24

Peichl L, Künzle H, Vogel P (2000) Photoreceptor types and distributions in the retinae of insectivores. Vis Neurosci, 17: 937-948

1978 – 1999

Hack I, Peichl L, Brandstätter JH (1999) An alternative pathway for rod signals in the rodent retina: Rod photoreceptors, cone bipolar cells, and the localization of glutamate receptors. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 96: 14130-14135

Hack I, Peichl L (1999) Horizontal cells of the rabbit retina are non-selectively connected to the cones. Europ J Neurosci, 11: 2261-2274

Peichl L, Moutairou K (1998) Absence of short-wavelength sensitive cones in the retinae of seals (Carnivora) and African giant rats (Rodentia). Europ J Neurosci, 10: 2586-2594

Wässle H, Peichl L, Airaksinen MS, Meyer M (1998) Calcium-binding proteins in the retina of a calbindin-null mutant mouse. Cell Tiss Res, 292: 211-218

Sandmann D, Engelmann R, Peichl L (1997) Starburst cholinergic amacrine cells in the tree shrew retina. J Comp Neurol, 389: 161-176

Peichl L (1997) Die Augen der Säugetiere: Unterschiedliche Blicke in die Welt. Biologie in unserer Zeit, 27(2): 96-105

Peichl L, Seyfarth E-A (1997) Der Streit um das Neuron. Zur Entstehungsgeschichte der Neuronenlehre um 1900. Biologie in unserer Zeit, 27(1): 24-33

Peichl L (1996) Die Augen der Säugetiere: Anpassungen an unterschiedliche Lebensräume und Lebensweisen. Beiträge zur Jagd- und Wildforschung, 21: 261-275

Seyfarth E-A, Peichl L (1996) "Wie Tuschezeichnungen auf Japanpapier" - vor 90 Jahren erhielten Golgi und Cajal den Nobelpreis. Neuroforum, 3/96: 34-36

Sandmann D, Boycott BB, Peichl L (1996) Blue cone horizontal cells in the retinae of horses and other Equidae. J Neurosci, 16: 3381-3396

Sandmann D, Boycott BB, Peichl L (1996) The horizontal cells of artiodactyl retinae: A comparison with Cajal´s descriptions. Vis Neurosci, 13: 735-746

Engelmann R, Peichl L (1996) Unique distribution of somatostatin-immunoreactive cells in the retina of the tree shrew (Tupaia belangeri). Europ J Neurosci, 8: 220-228

Löhrke S, Brandstätter JH, Boycott BB, Peichl L (1995) Expression of neurofilament proteins by horizontal cells in the rabbit retina varies with retinal location. J Neurocytol, 24: 283-300

Deich C, Seifert B, Peichl L, Reichenbach A (1994) Development of dendritic trees of rabbit retinal alpha ganglion cells: Relation to differential retinal growth. Vis Neurosci, 11: 979-988

Peichl L, González-Soriano J (1994) Morphological types of horizontal cell in rodent retinae: A comparison of rat, mouse, gerbil and guinea pig. Vis Neurosci, 11: 501-517

Peichl L, González-Soriano J (1993) Unexpected presence of neurofilaments in axon-bearing horizontal cells of the mammalian retina. J Neurosci, 13: 4091-4100

Müller B, Peichl L (1993) Horizontal cells in the cone-dominated tree shrew retina: Morphology, photoreceptor contacts and topographical distribution. J Neurosci, 13: 3628-3646

Picaud S, Peichl L, Franceschini N (1993) Dye-induced photolesions in the mammalian retina: Glial and neuronal reactions. J Neurosci Res, 35: 629-642

Peichl L (1992) Topography of ganglion cells in the dog and wolf retina. J Comp Neurol, 324: 603-620

Peichl L (1992) Morphological types of ganglion cells in the dog and wolf retina. J Comp Neurol, 324: 590-602

Peichl L (1992) Prinzipien der Bildverarbeitung in der Retina der Säugetiere. Biologie in unserer Zeit, 22: 45-53

Peichl L (1991) Catecholaminergic amacrine cells in the dog and wolf retina. Vis Neurosci, 7: 575-587

Müller B, Peichl L (1991) Morphology and distribution of catecholaminergic amacrine cells in the cone-dominated tree shrew retina. J Comp Neurol, 308: 91-102

Peichl L (1991) Alpha ganglion cells in mammalian retinae: Common properties, species differences, and some comments on other ganglion cells. Vis Neurosci, 7: 155-169

Müller B, Peichl L (1991) Rod bipolar cells in the cone-dominated retina of the tree shrew Tupaia belangeri. Vis Neurosci, 6: 629-639

Picaud S, Peichl L, Franceschini N (1990) Dye-induced "photo-degeneration" and "photo-permeabilisation" of mammalian neurons in vivo. Brain Res, 531: 117-126

Peichl L (1990) Prinzipien der Bildverarbeitung in der Retina. Optometrie, Heft 3/1990: 3-12

Peichl L (1989) Zur Organisation der Netzhaut: Struktur/Funktions-Beziehungen und ein Speziesvergleich retinaler Ganglienzellen. Fortschritte der Ophthalmologie, 86: 47-53

Peichl L (1989) Alpha and delta ganglion cells in rat retina. J Comp Neurol, 286: 120-139

Müller B, Peichl L (1989) Topography of cones and rods in the tree shrew retina. J Comp Neurol, 282: 581-594

Müller B, Peichl L, Degrip WJ, Gery I, Korf H-W (1989) Opsin- and S-Antigen-like immunoreactions in photoreceptors of the tree shrew retina. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci, 30: 530-535

Vaney DI, Peichl L, Boycott BB (1988) Neurofibrillar long-range amacrine cells in mammalian retinae. Proc Roy Soc Lond, B 235: 203-219

Brecha N, Johnson D, Peichl L, Wässle H (1988) Cholinergic amacrine cells of the rabbit retina contain glutamate decarboxylase and gamma-aminobutyrate immunoreactivity. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 85: 6187-6191

Dann JF, Buhl EH, Peichl L (1988) Postnatal dendritic maturation of alpha and beta ganglion cells in cat retina. J Neurosci, 8: 1485-1499

Dann JF, Buhl EH, Peichl L (1987) Dendritic maturation in cat retinal ganglion cells: A Lucifer yellow study. Neurosci Lett, 80: 21-26

Peichl L, Ott H, Boycott BB (1987) Alpha ganglion cells in mammalian retinae. Proc Roy Soc Lond, B 231: 169-19

Peichl L, Buhl E, Boycott BB (1987) Alpha ganglion cells in rabbit retina. J Comp Neurol, 263: 25-41

Eysel UT, Peichl L, Wässle H (1985) Dendritic plasticity in the early postnatal feline retina - quantitative characteristics and sensitive period. J Comp Neurol, 242: 134-145

Eysel UT, Peichl L (1985) Regenerative capacity of retinal axons in the cat, rabbit and guinea pig. Exp Neurol, 88: 757-766

Peichl L, Bolz J (1984) Kainic acid induces sprouting of retinal neurons. Science, 223: 503-504

Wässle H, Peichl L, Boycott BB (1983) A spatial analysis of on- and off-ganglion cells in the cat retina. Vis Res, 23: 1151-1160

Wässle H, Peichl L, Boycott BB (1983) Mosaics and territories of cat retinal ganglion cells. Progr Brain Res, 58: 183-190

Peichl L, Wässle H (1983) The structural correlate of the receptive field centre of alpha ganglion cells in the cat retina. J Physiol, 341: 309-324

Wässle H, Peichl L, Boycott BB (1981) Dendritic territories of cat retinal ganglion cells. Nature, 292: 344-345

Wässle H, Peichl L, Boycott BB (1981) Morphology and topography of on- and off-alpha cells in the cat retina. Proc Roy Soc Lond, B 212: 157-175

Peichl L, Wässle H (1981) Morphological identification of on- and off-centre brisk transient (Y) cells in the cat retina. With an appendix: Neurofibrillar staining of cat retinae, by BB Boycott & L Peichl. Proc Roy Soc Lond, B 212: 139-156

Vaney DI, Peichl L, Boycott BB (1981) Matching populations of amacrine cells in the inner nuclear and ganglion cell layers of the rabbit retina. J Comp Neurol, 199: 373-391

Vaney DI, Peichl L, Wässle H, Illing R-B (1981) Almost all ganglion cells in the rabbit retina project to the superior colliculus. Brain Res, 212: 447-453

Leonhardt RM, Peichl L (1981) Growth of tantalum carbide monocrystals. J Crystal Growth, 54: 223-226

Wässle H, Peichl L, Boycott BB (1979) Quantification of horizontal cells in the domestic cat retina. Prog Brain Res, 51: 373-388

Peichl L, Wässle H (1979) Size, scatter and coverage of ganglion cell receptive field centres in the cat retina. J Physiol, 291: 117-141

Wässle H, Peichl L, Boycott BB (1978) Topography of horizontal cells in the retina of the domestic cat. Proc Roy Soc Lond, B 203: 269-291

Wässle H, Boycott BB, Peichl L (1978) Receptor contacts of horizontal cells in the retina of the domestic cat. Proc Roy Soc Lond, B 203: 247-267

Boycott BB, Peichl L, Wässle H (1978) Morphological types of horizontal cell in the retina of the domestic cat. Proc Roy Soc Lond, B 203: 229-245

Skrandies W, Wässle H, Peichl L (1978) Are field potentials an appropriate method for demonstrating connections in the brain? Exp Neurol, 60: 509-521

Artikel und Bücher


Mowat FM, Peichl L (2022) Ophthalmology of Canidae: Foxes, Wolves, and Relatives. In: Wild and Exotic Animal Ophthalmology, Vol. 2 Mammals (Eds. F. Montiani-Ferreira, B.A. Moore, G. Ben-Shlomo). Springer, Cham. pp. 181–214

Peichl L (2010) Morphology of interneurons: Horizontal cells. In: Encyclopedia of the Eye, Vol. 3 (Ed. Dartt, D.A.). Academic Press, Oxford, pp. 74-82

Peichl L (2009) Retinal ganglion cells. In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience (Eds. M. D. Binder, N. Hirokawa & U. Windhorst). Springer-Verlag, Berlin - Heidelberg, pp. 3507-3513

Reuter T, Peichl L (2008) Structure and function of the retina in aquatic tetrapods. In: Sensory Evolution on the Threshold, Adaptations in Secondarily Aquatic Vertebrates (Eds. J. G. M. Thewissen & S. Nummela), University of California Press, pp. 149-172

Nemec P, Cveková P, Burda H, Benada O, Peichl L (2007) Visual systems and the role of vision in subterranean rodents: Diversity of retinal properties and visual system designs. In: Subterranean Rodents: News from Underground (Eds. S. Begall, H. Burda, C.E. Schleich). Springer-Verlag, Berlin - Heidelberg, pp. 129-160

Peichl L, Sandmann D, Boycott BB (1998) Comparative anatomy and function of mammalian horizontal cells. In: Development and Organization of the Retina: From Molecules to Function (Eds. L. Chalupa & B. Finlay). Plenum Press, New York, pp. 147-172

Peichl L (1993) Prinzipien der Bildverarbeitung in der Retina der Säugetiere. In: Horizonte der Biologie (Hrsg. P. Sitte), Verlag Chemie, Weinheim, 1993, S. 49-57

Picaud S, Wunderer H, Peichl L, Franceschini N (1991) Extracellular dyes induce photodegeneration and photopermeabilization of vertebrate and invertebrate neurons. In: Neurocytochemical Methods (Eds. A. Calas & D. Eugène), NATO ASI Series Volume H 58. Springer-Verlag, Berlin – Heidelberg, pp. 267-271

Wässle H, Illing R-B, Peichl L (1979) Morphologische Klassen und zentrale Projektion von Ganglienzellen in der Retina der Katze. Verhandlungen der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft (Hrsg. W. Rathmayer). Gustav Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart, pp. 180-193