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    1. Tsumoto, T
      FAONS elects new executive committee

      NEUROREPORT
    2. Jiang, B; Akaneya, Y; Ohshima, M; Ichisaka, S; Hata, Y; Tsumoto, T
      Brain-derived neurotrophic factor induces long-lasting potentiation of synaptic transmission in visual cortex in vivo in young rats, but not in the adult

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Tsumoto, T; Kohara, K
      Response: BDNF as an anterophin; a novel neurotrophic relationship betweenbrain neurons

      TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES
    4. Kohara, K; Kitamura, A; Morishima, M; Tsumoto, T
      Activity-dependent transfer of brain-derived neurotrophic factor to postsynaptic neurons

      SCIENCE
    5. Katoh-Semba, R; Takeuchi, IK; Inaguma, Y; Ichisaka, S; Hata, Y; Tsumoto, T; Iwai, M; Mikoshiba, K; Kato, K
      Induction of brain-derived neurotrophic factor by convulsant drugs in the rat brain: involvement of region-specific voltage-dependent calcium channels

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    6. Hata, Y; Ohshima, M; Ichisaka, S; Wakita, M; Fukuda, M; Tsumoto, T
      Brain-derived neurotrophic factor expands ocular dominance columns in visual cortex in monocularly deprived and nondeprived kittens but does not in adult cats

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Tsumoto, T
      Untitled

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    8. Taniguchi, N; Takada, N; Kimura, F; Tsumoto, T
      Actions of brain-derived neurotrophic factor on evoked and spontaneous EPSCs dissociate with maturation of neurones cultured from rat visual cortex

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    9. Kumura, E; Kimura, F; Taniguchi, N; Tsumoto, T
      Brain-derived neurotrophic factor blocks long-term depression in solitary neurones cultured from rat visual cortex

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    10. Kimura, F; Fukuda, M; Tsumoto, T
      Acetylcholine suppresses the spread of excitation in the visual cortex revealed by optical recording: possible differential effect depending on the source of input

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Hata, Y; Tsumoto, T; Stryker, MP
      Selective pruning of more active afferents when cat visual cortex is pharmacologically inhibited

      NEURON
    12. YOSHIMURA Y; KIMURA F; TSUMOTO T
      ESTIMATION OF SINGLE-CHANNEL CONDUCTANCE UNDERLYING SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION BETWEEN PYRAMIDAL CELLS IN THE VISUAL-CORTEX

      Neuroscience
    13. Sato, H; Hata, Y; Tsumoto, T
      Effects of blocking non-N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors on visual responsesof neurons in the cat visual cortex

      NEUROSCIENCE
    14. Kinoshita, S; Yasuda, H; Taniguchi, N; Katoh-Semba, R; Hatanaka, H; Tsumoto, T
      Brain-derived neurotrophic factor prevents low-frequency inputs from inducing long-term depression in the developing visual cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    15. YASUDA H; KINOSHITA S; TSUMOTO T
      LOCALIZED CONTRIBUTION OF N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTORS TO SYNAPTIC INPUT-INDUCED RISE OF CALCIUM IN APICAL DENDRITES OF LAYER II III NEURONS IN RAT VISUAL-CORTEX/

      Neuroscience
    16. FUKUDA M; HATA Y; OHSHIMA M; TSUMOTO T
      ROLE OF NMDA RECEPTORS IN THE PROPAGATION OF EXCITATION IN RAT VISUAL-CORTEX AS STUDIED BY OPTICAL IMAGING

      Neuroscience research
    17. TORII N; TSUMOTO T; UNO L; ASTRELIN AV; VORONIN LL
      QUANTAL ANALYSIS SUGGESTS PRESYNAPTIC INVOLVEMENT IN EXPRESSION OF NEOCORTICAL SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM DEPRESSION

      Neuroscience
    18. AKANEYA Y; TSUMOTO T; KINOSHITA S; HATANAKA H
      BRAIN-DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR ENHANCES LONG-TERM POTENTIATION IN RAT VISUAL-CORTEX

      The Journal of neuroscience
    19. KIMURA F; OTSU Y; TSUMOTO T
      PRESYNAPTICALLY SILENT SYNAPSES - SPONTANEOUSLY ACTIVE TERMINALS WITHOUT STIMULUS-EVOKED RELEASE DEMONSTRATED IN CORTICAL AUTAPSES

      Journal of neurophysiology
    20. TSUMOTO T; YASUDA H
      A SWITCHING ROLE OF POSTSYNAPTIC CALCIUM IN THE INDUCTION OF LONG-TERM POTENTIATION OR LONG-TERM DEPRESSION IN VISUAL-CORTEX

      Seminars in the neurosciences
    21. TAMURA H; SATO H; KATSUYAMA N; HATA Y; TSUMOTO T
      LESS SEGREGATED PROCESSING OF VISUAL INFORMATION IN V2 THAN IN V1 OF THE MONKEY VISUAL-CORTEX

      European journal of neuroscience
    22. TSUMOTO T; YASUDA H; FUKUDA M; AKANEYA Y
      POSTSYNAPTIC CALCIUM AND CALCIUM-DEPENDENT PROCESSES IN SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY IN THE DEVELOPING VISUAL-CORTEX

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    23. KATSUYAMA N; TSUMOTO T; SATO H; FUKUDA M; HATA Y
      LATERAL SUPRASYLVIAN VISUAL-CORTEX IS ACTIVATED EARLIER THAN OR SYNCHRONOUSLY WITH PRIMARY VISUAL-CORTEX IN THE CAT

      Neuroscience research
    24. YASUDA H; TSUMOTO T
      LONG-TERM DEPRESSION IN RAT VISUAL-CORTEX IS ASSOCIATED WITH A LOWER RISE OF POSTSYNAPTIC CALCIUM THAN LONG-TERM POTENTIATION

      Neuroscience research
    25. SATO H; KATSUYAMA N; TAMURA H; HATA Y; TSUMOTO T
      MECHANISMS UNDERLYING ORIENTATION SELECTIVITY OF NEURONS IN THE PRIMARY VISUAL-CORTEX OF THE MACAQUE

      Journal of physiology
    26. AKANEYA Y; TSUMOTO T; HATANAKA H
      BRAIN-DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR BLOCKS LONG-TERM DEPRESSION IN RAT VISUAL-CORTEX

      Journal of neurophysiology
    27. TORII N; KAMISHITA T; OTSU Y; TSUMOTO T
      AN INHIBITOR FOR CALCINEURIN, FK506, BLOCKS INDUCTION OF LONG-TERM DEPRESSION IN RAT VISUAL-CORTEX

      Neuroscience letters
    28. OTSU Y; KIMURA F; TSUMOTO T
      HEBBIAN INDUCTION OF LTP IN VISUAL-CORTEX - PERFORATED PATCH-CLAMP STUDY IN CULTURED NEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    29. SATO H; KATSUYAMA N; TAMURA H; HATA Y; TSUMOTO T
      MECHANISMS UNDERLYING DIRECTION SELECTIVITY OF NEURONS IN THE PRIMARYVISUAL-CORTEX OF THE MACAQUE

      Journal of neurophysiology
    30. KAMISHITA T; HARUTA H; TORII N; TSUMOTO T; HICKS TP
      METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS AND VISUAL CORTICAL SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    31. HARUTA H; KAMISHITA T; HICKS TP; TAKAHASHI MP; TSUMOTO T
      INDUCTION OF LTD BUT NOT LTP THROUGH METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTORSIN VISUAL-CORTEX

      NeuroReport
    32. TSUMOTO T; FUNAUCHI M; HARUTA H
      INHIBITION OF CALCIUM CALMODULIN-DEPENDENT PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE, CALCINEURIN, FACILITATES INDUCTION OF LONG-TERM POTENTIATION IN RAT VISUAL-CORTEX/

      Biomedical research
    33. TAKAHASHI Y; TAKAHASHI MP; TSUMOTO T; DOI K; MATSUNAGA T
      SYNAPTIC INPUT-INDUCED INCREASE IN INTRANEURONAL CA2-RATS( IN THE MEDIAL VESTIBULAR NUCLEUS OF YOUNG)

      Neuroscience research
    34. LIN MH; TAKAHASHI MP; TAKAHASHI Y; TSUMOTO T
      INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM INCREASE INDUCED BY GABA IN VISUAL-CORTEX OF FETAL AND NEONATAL RATS AND ITS DISAPPEARANCE WITH DEVELOPMENT

      Neuroscience research
    35. FUNAUCHI M; HARUTA H; TSUMOTO T
      EFFECTS OF AN INHIBITOR FOR CALCIUM CALMODULIN-DEPENDENT PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE, CALCINEURIN, ON INDUCTION OF LONG-TERM POTENTIATION IN RAT VISUAL-CORTEX/

      Neuroscience research
    36. SATO H; KATSUYAMA N; TAMURA H; HATA Y; TSUMOTO T
      BROAD-TUNED CHROMATIC INPUTS TO COLOR-SELECTIVE NEURONS IN THE MONKEYVISUAL-CORTEX

      Journal of neurophysiology
    37. YOSHIMURA Y; TSUMOTO T
      DEPENDENCE OF LTP INDUCTION ON POSTSYNAPTIC DEPOLARIZATION - A PERFORATED PATCH-CLAMP STUDY IN VISUAL CORTICAL SLICES OF YOUNG-RATS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    38. TAKAHASHI Y; TSUMOTO T; KUBO T
      N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTORS CONTRIBUTE TO AFFERENT SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION IN THE MEDIAL VESTIBULAR NUCLEUS OF YOUNG-RATS

      Brain research
    39. TAKAHASHI MP; SUGIYAMA M; TSUMOTO T
      LAMINAR DIFFERENCE IN TETANUS-INDUCED INCREASE OF INTRACELLULAR CA2-CORTEX OF YOUNG-RATS( IN VISUAL)

      Neuroscience research
    40. TAKAHASHI MP; SUGIYAMA M; TSUMOTO T
      CONTRIBUTION OF NMDA RECEPTORS TO TETANUS-INDUCED INCREASE IN POSTSYNAPTIC CA2-CORTEX OF YOUNG-RATS( IN VISUAL)

      Neuroscience research
    41. TSUMOTO T
      LONG-TERM DEPRESSION IN CEREBRAL-CORTEX - A POSSIBLE SUBSTRATE OF FORGETTING THAT SHOULD NOT BE FORGOTTEN

      Neuroscience research


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