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314 Citations

Electrophysiology papers on Google Scholar cite TBSI and our products.

  • Ajam A, Hossain R, Tasnim N, Castanuela L, & Ramos R (2016). Handcrafted Microwire Regenerative Peripheral Nerve Interfaces with Wireless Neural Recording and Stimulation Capabilities. Sensor Netw Data Commun, 5(133), 2. Click here to read >>

 

  • Valerio S, Taube JS (2016). Head Direction Cell Activity Is Absent in Mice without the Horizontal Semicircular Canals. The Journal of Neuroscience. 36(3):741-54. Click here to read >>

 

  • Coffey KR, Nader M, West MO (2016). Single body parts are processed by individual neurons in the mouse dorsolateral striatum. Brain research. 1636:200. Click here to read >>

 

  • Alexander GM, Farris S, Pirone JR, Zheng C, Colgin LL, Dudek SM. (2016) Social and novel contexts modify hippocampal CA2 representations of space. Nature communications 7:10300. Click here to read >>

 

  • Ng KA, Greenwald E, Xu YP, Thakor NV (2016). Implantable neurotechnologies: a review of integrated circuit neural amplifiers. Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing. 54(1):45-62. Click here to read >>

 

  • Lévesque M, Herrington R, Hamidi S, Avoli M (2016). Interneurons spark seizure-like activity in the entorhinal cortex. Neurobiology of Disease 87:91-101. Click here to read >>

 

  • Desai SA, Rolston JD, McCracken CE, Potter SM, Gross RE (2016). Asynchronous Distributed Multielectrode Microstimulation Reduces Seizures in the Dorsal Tetanus Toxin Model of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy. Brain stimulation. 9(1):86-100. Click here to read >>

 

  • Pinnell RC, Dempster J, Pratt J (2015). Miniature wireless recording and stimulation system for rodent behavioural testing. Journal of neural engineering. 12(6):066015. Click here to read >>

 

  • González OC, Krishnan GP, Chauvette S, Timofeev I, Sejnowski T, Bazhenov M (2015). Modeling of Age-Dependent Epileptogenesis by Differential Homeostatic Synaptic Scaling. The Journal of Neuroscience. 35(39):13448-62. Click here to read >>

 

  • Raible DJ, Frey LC, Del Angel YC, Carlsen J, Hund D, Russek SJ, Smith B, Brooks-Kayal AR (2015). JAK/STAT pathway regulation of GABA A receptor expression after differing severities of experimental TBI. Experimental neurology. 271:445-56. Click here to read >>

 

  • Liu MC, Li YT, Chen JJ (2015). Development of Wireless Sensing and Optical Stimulation Module for Optogenetic Animal Study. In7th WACBE World Congress on Bioengineering (pp. 100-103). Springer International Publishing. Click here to read >>

 

  • Claussen CM, Dafny N (2015). Caudate neuronal recording in freely behaving animals following acute and chronic dose response methylphenidate exposure. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 136:21-30. Click here to read >>

 

  • Nakazawa S, Murai T, Miyauchi M, Kotani M, Ikeda K (2015). Behavioral and neurophysiological effects of Ro 10-5824, a dopamine D4 receptor partial agonist, in common marmosets. Psychopharmacology 232(17):3287-95. Click here to read >>

 

  • Wang L, Huang Q, Wang JY (2015). Nanostructured Polyaniline Coating on ITO Glass Promotes the Neurite Outgrowth of PC 12 Cells by Electrical Stimulation. Langmuir. 31(44):12315-22. Click here to read >>

 

  • Donnelly NA, Paulsen O, Robbins TW, Dalley JW (2015). Ramping single unit activity in the medial prefrontal cortex and ventral striatum reflects the onset of waiting but not imminent impulsive actions. European Journal of Neuroscience. 41(12):1524-37. Click here to read >>

 

  • Tang B, Dafny N (2015). Locus coeruleus neuronal and behavioral activity following acute and chronic methylphenidate. Journal of Brain Sciences, 1(1): 24-42. Click here to read >>

 

  • Zhao Z, Sato Y, Qin L (2015). Response properties of neurons in the cat’s putamen during auditory discrimination. Behavioural brain research 292:448–462. Click here to read >>

 

  • Lee H, Wang C, Deshmukh S, Knierim J (2015). Neural Population Evidence of Functional Heterogeneity along the CA3 Transverse Axis: Pattern Completion versus Pattern Separation. Neuron 87, 1093-1105. Click here to read >>

  • Funamizu A, Ito M, Doya K, Kanzaki R, Takahashi H (2015). Condition interference in rats performing a choice task with switched variable- and fixed-reward conditions. Frontiers in Neuroscience 9(27), 1-14. Click here to read >>

 

  • Barter JW, Bartholomew RA, Li S, Rossi MA, Sukharnikova T, Yin HH (2015). Basal Ganglia Outputs Map Instantaneous Position Coordinates during Behavior. The Journal of Neuroscience 35(6), 2703-2716. Click here to read >>

 

  • Rossi MA, Go V, Murphy T, Fu Q, Morizio J, Yin HH (2015). A wirelessly controlled implantable LED system for deep brain optogenetic stimulation. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 9(8), 1-7. Click here to read >>

 

  • Bohon, K. S., & Wiest, M. C. (2014). Role of Medio-Dorsal Frontal and Posterior Parietal Neurons during Auditory Detection Performance in Rats. PloS one, 9(12), e114064. Click here to read >>

 

  • Kim, N., Barter, J. W., Sukharnikova, T., & Yin, H. H. (2014). Striatal firing rate reflects head movement velocity. European Journal of Neuroscience, 40(10), 3481-3490. Click here to read >>

 

  • Lee, H., Brott, B. K., Kirkby, L. A., Adelson, J. D., Cheng, S., Feller, M. B., ... & Shatz, C. J. (2014). Synapse elimination and learning rules co-regulated by MHC class I H2-Db. Nature, 509(7499), 195-200. Click here to read >>

 

  • Jow, U. M., McMenamin, P., Kiani, M., Manns, J. R., & Ghovanloo, M. (2014). EnerCage: A smart experimental arena with scalable architecture for behavioral experiments. Biomedical Engineering, IEEE Transactions on, 61(1), 139-148. Click here to read >>

 

  • Scaplen, K. M., Gulati, A. A., Heimer‐McGinn, V. L., & Burwell, R. D. (2014). Objects and landmarks: Hippocampal place cells respond differently to manipulations of visual cues depending on size, perspective, and experience. Hippocampus, 24(11), 1287-1299. Click here to read >>

 

  • Laxpati, N. G., Mahmoudi, B., Gutekunst, C. A., Newman, J. P., Zeller-Townson, R., & Gross, R. E. (2014). Real-time in vivo optogenetic neuromodulation and multielectrode electrophysiologic recording with NeuroRighter. Frontiers in neuroengineering, 7. Click here to read >>

 

  • Barter, J. W., Castro, S., Sukharnikova, T., Rossi, M. A., & Yin, H. H. (2014). The role of the substantia nigra in posture control. European Journal of Neuroscience, 39(9), 1465-1473. Click here to read >>

 

  • Jones Z, Dafny N (2014) Acute and chronic dose-response effect of methylphenidate on ventral tegmental area neurons correlated with animal behavior. J Neural Transm 121(3), 327-45.

 

  • Tai SK, Ma J, Leung LS (2014) Medial septal cholinergic neurons modulate isoflurane anesthesia. Anesthesiology. 120(2), 392-402

 

  • Dong C, Qin L, Zhao Z, Zhong R, Sato Y (2013) Behaviroal Modulation of Neural ENcoding of Clic-Trains in the Primary and Nonprimary Auditory Cortex of Cats. The Journal of Nueroscience 33(32):13126-13137. Click here to read >>

 

  • Tang B, Dafny N (2013) Behavioral and dorsal raphe neuronal activity following acute and chronic methylphenidate in freely behaving rats. Brain Res Bull 98, 53-63.

 

  • Verderber A, McKnight M, Bozkurt A (2013) Electromagnetic levitation platform for wireless study of insect flight neurophysiology. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc 2013, 1720-3.

 

  • Grasse DW, Karunakaran S, Moxon KA (2013) Neuronal synchrony and the transition to spontaneous seizures. Exp Neurol 248, 72-84.

 

  • Li YT1, Wickens JR, Huang YL, Pan WH, Chen FY, Chen JJ (2013) Integrated wireless fast-scan cyclic voltammetry recording and electrical stimulation for reward-predictive learning in awake, freely moving rats. J Neural Eng 10(4), 046007.

 

  • Tang B, Dafny N (2013) Dorsal raphe neuronal activities are modulated by methylphenidate. J Neural Transm 120(5), 721-31.

 

  • Granda L, Ftomova S, Timofee I (2013) Long-term synchronized electrophysiological and behavioral wireless monitoring of freely moving animals. J Neurosci Meth 212 (2), 237–241.

 

  • Jones Z, Dafny N (2013) Dose response effect of methylphenidate on ventral tegmental area neurons and animal behavior. Brain Res Bull 96, 86–92.

 

  • Tang B, Dafny N (2013) Dorsal raphe neuronal activities are modulated by methylphenidate. J Neural Transm 120, 721-731.

 

  • Chong SL, Claussen CM, Dafny N (2012) Nucleus accumbens neuronal activity in freely behaving rats is modulated following acute and chronic methylphenidate administration. Brain Res Bull. Volume 87, 445–456.

 

  • Gadziola MA, Grimsley JMS, Faure PA, Wenstrup JJ (2012) Social Vocalizations of Big Brown Bats Vary with Behavioral Context. PLoS ONE 7(9) e44550.

 

  • Hampson RE, Song D, Chan RHM, Sweatt AJ, Riley MR,  Goonawardena AV,  Marmarelis VZ,  Gerhardt GA,  Berger TW,  Deadwyler SA (2012) Closing the loop for memory prosthesis: Detecting the role of hippocampal neural ensembles using nonlinear models. IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng 20(4) 510-525.

 

  • Marmarelis VZ, Shin DC, Hampson RE, Deadwyler SA, Song D and Berger TW (2012) Design of optimal stimulation patterns for neuronal ensembles based on Volterra-type hierarchical modeling.  J Neural Eng 9(6), 12pp

 

  • Newman JP, Zeller-Townson R, Fong MF , Desai SA, Gross RE, Potter SM (2012) Closed-Loop, Multichannel Experimentation Using the Open-Source NeuroRighter Electrophysiology Platform. Front Neural Circuits 6, 98.

 

  • Prasad A, Sahin M (2012) Can motor volition be extracted from the spinal cord? J Neuroeng Rehabil, 9:41.

 

  • Roy S, Wang X (2012) Wireless multi-channel single unit recording in freely moving and vocalizing primates.  J Neurosci Methods 203(1):28-40

 

  • Spieth S, Schumacher A, Holtzman T, Rich PD, Theobald DE, Dalley JW, Nouna R, Messner S, Zengerle R (2012) An intra-cerebral drug delivery system for freely moving animals. Biomed Microdev 14 (5), 799-809.

 

  • Prasad A, Sahin M (2011) Chronic recordings from the rat spinal cord descending tracts with microwires. Eng Med Biol Soc,EMBC, 2011 Ann Intl Conf IEEE, 2993 – 2996.

 

  • Claussen C, Dafny N (2011) Acute and chronic methylphenidate modulates the neuronal activity of the caudate nucleus recorded from freely behaving rats. Brain Res Bull 87(4-5), 387-96.

 

  • Di L, Wang LP, Lu YN, He L, Lin ZX, Wu KJ, Ren QS, Wang JY (2011) Protein adsorption and peroxidation of rat retinas under stimulation of a neural probe coated with polyaniline. Acta Biomater 7(10), 3738-45.

 

  • Fan D, Rich D, Holtzman T, Ruther P, Dalley JW, Lopez A, Rossi MA, Barter JW, Salas-Meza D, Herwik S, Holzhammer T, Morizio J, Yin HH (2011) A wireless multi-channel recording system for freely behaving mice and rats. PLoS One 6(7), e22033.

 

  • Hampson RE, Sweatt AJ, Goonawardena AV, Song D, Chan RHM, Marmarelis VZ, Berger TW, Deadwyler SA (2011) Memory Encoding in Hippocampal Ensembles is Negatively Influenced by Cannabinoid CB1 Receptors. Behav Pharmacol 22(4) 335–346.

 

  • Ruther P, Holzhammer T, Herwik S, Rich PD, Dalley JW, Paul O, Holtzman T  (2011) Compact wireless neural recording system for small animals using silicon-based probe arrays. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2011, 2284-7.

 

  • Yizhar O, Fenno LE, Prigge M, Schneider F, Davidson TJ, O'Shea DJ, Sohal VS, Goshen I, Finkelstein J, Paz JT, Stehfest K, Fudim R, Ramakrishnan C, Huguenard JR, Hegemann P, Deisseroth K (2011) Neocortical excitation/inhibition balance in information processing and social dysfunction. Nature 477(7363):171-8.

 

  • Zhang H, Lin SC, Nicolelis MA (2011) A distinctive subpopulation of medial septal slow-firing neurons promote hippocampal activation and theta oscillations. J Neurophysiol 106(5), 2749-63.

 

  • Zhou Y, Lu X, Wang Z, Huang Z (2011) Surface myoelectric signals decoding using the continuous wavelet transform singularity detection. 2011 Intl Symp Bioelect Bioinfo (ISBB), 191-194.

 

  • Rolston JD, Laxpati NG, Gutekunst CA, Potter SM, Gross RE (2010) Spontaneous and evoked high-frequency oscillations in the tetanus toxin model of epilepsy. Epilepsia. 51(11):2289-96.

 

  • Rolston JD, Gross RE, Potter SM. (2010) Closed-loop, open-source electrophysiology. Front Neurosci. Sep 15;4. pii: 31.

 

  • Rolston JD, Gross RE, Potter SM. (2009) A low-cost multielectrode system for data acquisition enabling real-time closed-loop processing with rapid recovery from stimulation artifacts. Front Neuroeng 23 July, 2:12

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