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Wilson, Charles J.
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Wilson, Charles J.
An intrinsic neuronal oscillator underlies dopaminergic neuron bursting.
A dynamic role for GABA receptors on the firing pattern of midbrain dopaminergic neurons.
High-frequency, short-latency disinhibition bursting of midbrain dopaminergic neurons.
Predicting the responses of repetitively firing neurons to current noise.
Apamin-sensitive small conductance calcium-activated potassium channels, through their selective coupling to voltage-gated calcium channels, are critical determinants of the precision, pace, and pattern of action potential generation in rat subthalamic nucleus neurons in vitro.
Comparison of IPSCs evoked by spiny and fast-spiking neurons in the neostriatum.
Origin of the slow afterhyperpolarization and slow rhythmic bursting in striatal cholinergic interneurons.
A model of reverse spike frequency adaptation and repetitive firing of subthalamic nucleus neurons.
Control of spontaneous firing patterns by the selective coupling of calcium currents to calcium-activated potassium currents in striatal cholinergic interneurons.
Response properties and synchronization of rhythmically firing dendritic neurons.
D2-like dopamine receptors modulate SKCa channel function in subthalamic nucleus neurons through inhibition of Cav2.2 channels.
Accumulation of cytoplasmic calcium, but not apamin-sensitive afterhyperpolarization current, during high frequency firing in rat subthalamic nucleus cells.
Nonequilibrium calcium dynamics regulate the autonomous firing pattern of rat striatal cholinergic interneurons.
Calcium-activated SK channels influence voltage-gated ion channels to determine the precision of firing in globus pallidus neurons.
Slow spike frequency adaptation in neurons of the rat subthalamic nucleus.
The ionic mechanism of gamma resonance in rat striatal fast-spiking neurons.
Dynamic spike threshold and zero membrane slope conductance shape the response of subthalamic neurons to cortical input.
Phase response curves of subthalamic neurons measured with synaptic input and current injection.
Biophysical basis of the phase response curve of subthalamic neurons with generalization to other cell types.
Firing rate and pattern heterogeneity in the globus pallidus arise from a single neuronal population.
Unitary synaptic connections among substantia nigra pars reticulata neurons.
Rate of interictal events and spontaneous seizures in epileptic rats after electrical stimulation of hippocampus and its afferents.
Local generation of fast ripples in epileptic brain.
Rats Sprague Dawley
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