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    1. Karhunen, T; Vilim, FS; Alexeeva, V; Weiss, KR; Church, PJ
      Targeting of peptidergic vesicles in cotransmitting terminals

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Furukawa, Y; Nakamaru, K; Wakayama, H; Fujisawa, Y; Minakata, H; Ohta, S; Morishita, F; Matsushima, O; Li, L; Romanova, E; Sweedler, JV; Park, JH; Romero, A; Cropper, EC; Dembrow, NC; Jing, J; Weiss, KR; Vilim, FS
      The enterins: A novel family of neuropeptides isolated from the enteric nervous system and CNS of Aplysia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Jing, J; Weiss, KR
      Neural mechanisms of motor program switching in Aplysia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Orekhova, IV; Jing, J; Brezina, V; DiCaprio, RA; Weiss, KR; Cropper, EC
      Sonometric measurements of motor-neuron-evoked movements of an internal feeding structure (the radula) in Aplysia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    5. Xin, YP; Koester, J; Jing, J; Weiss, KR; Kupfermann, I
      Cerebral-abdominal interganglionic coordinating neurons in Aplysia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    6. Li, L; Floyd, PD; Rubakhin, SS; Romanova, EV; Jing, J; Alexeeva, VY; Dembrow, NC; Weiss, KR; Vilim, FS; Sweedler, JV
      Cerebrin prohormone processing, distribution and action in Aplysia californica

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    7. Klein, AN; Weiss, KR; Cropper, EC
      Glutamate is the fast excitatory neurotransmitter of small cardioactive peptide - containing Aplysia radula mechanoafferent neuron B21

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    8. Vilim, FS; Cropper, EC; Price, DA; Kupfermann, I; Weiss, KR
      Peptide cotransmitter release from motorneuron B16 in Aplysia californica:Costorage, corelease, and functional implications

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Brezina, V; Church, PJ; Weiss, KR
      Temporal pattern dependence of neuronal peptide transmitter release: Models and experiments

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Chang, DJ; Li, XC; Lee, YS; Kim, HK; Kim, US; Cho, NJ; Lo, XM; Weiss, KR; Kandel, ER; Kaang, BK
      Activation of a heterologously expressed octopamine receptor coupled only to adenylyl cyclase produces all the features of presynaptic facilitation in Aplysia sensory neurons

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    11. Hurwitz, I; Cropper, EC; Vilim, FS; Alexeeva, V; Susswein, AJ; Kupfermann, I; Weiss, KR
      Serotonergic and peptidergic modulation of the buccal mass protractor muscle (I2) in Aplysia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    12. Morgan, PT; Perrins, R; Lloyd, PE; Weiss, KR
      Intrinsic and extrinsic modulation of a single central pattern generating circuit

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    13. Xin, YP; Weiss, KR; Kupfermann, I
      Multifunctional neuron CC6 in Aplysia exerts actions opposite to those of multifunctional neuron CC5

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    14. Brezina, V; Orekhova, IV; Weiss, KR
      The neuromuscular transform: The dynamic, nonlinear link between motor neuron firing patterns and muscle contraction in rhythmic behaviors

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    15. Brezina, V; Weiss, KR
      The neuromuscular transform constrains the production of functional rhythmic behaviors

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    16. Brezina, V; Orekhova, IV; Weiss, KR
      Optimization of rhythmic behaviors by modulation of the neuromuscular transform

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    17. Li, LJ; Romanova, EV; Rubakhin, SS; Alexeeva, V; Weiss, KR; Vilim, FS; Sweedler, JV
      Peptide profiling of cells with multiple gene products: Combining immunochemistry and MALDI mass spectrometry with on-plate microextraction

      ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    18. Weiss, KR; Georgescu, HI; Gollin, SM; Kang, R; Evans, CH
      Trisomy 7 in synovial fibroblasts obtained from arthritic joints

      INFLAMMATION RESEARCH
    19. Horn, CC; Benjamin, PR; Weiss, KR; Kupfermann, I
      Decrement of the response of a serotonergic modulatory neuron (the metacerebral cell) in Aplysia, during repeated presentation of appetitive (food) stimuli

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    20. Fujisawa, Y; Furukawa, Y; Ohta, S; Ellis, TA; Dembrow, NC; Li, L; Floyd, PD; Sweedler, JV; Minakata, H; Nakamaru, K; Morishita, F; Matsushima, O; Weiss, KR; Vilim, FS
      The Aplysia Mytilus inhibitory peptide-related peptides: Identification, cloning, processing, distribution, and action

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    21. Evens, CG; Alexeeva, V; Rybak, J; Karhunen, T; Weiss, KR; Cropper, EC
      A pair of reciprocally inhibitory histaminergic sensory neurons are activated within the same phase of ingestive motor programs in Aplysia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    22. Floyd, PD; Li, LJ; Rubakhin, SS; Sweedler, JV; Horn, CC; Kupfermann, I; Alexeeva, VY; Ellis, TA; Dembrow, NC; Weiss, KR; Vilim, FS
      Insulin prohormone processing, distribution, and relation to metabolism inAplysia californica

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    23. Evans, CG; Vilim, FS; Harish, O; Kupfermann, I; Weiss, KR; Cropper, EC
      Modulation of radula opener muscles in Aplysia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    24. Xin, YP; Hurwitz, I; Perrins, R; Evans, CG; Alexeeva, V; Weiss, KR; Kupfermann, I
      Actions of a pair of identified cerebral-buccal interneurons (CBI-8/9) in Aplysia that contain the peptide myomodulin

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    25. Hurwitz, I; Perrins, R; Xin, YP; Weiss, KR; Kupfermann, I
      C-PR neuron of Aplysia has differential effects on "feeding" cerebral interneurons, including myomodulin-positive CBI-12

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    26. PERRINS R; WEISS KR
      COMPARTMENTALIZATION OF INFORMATION-PROCESSING IN AN APLYSIA FEEDING CIRCUIT INTERNEURON THROUGH MEMBRANE-PROPERTIES AND SYNAPTIC-INTERACTIONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    27. LI LJ; MOROZ TP; GARDEN RW; FLOYD PD; WEISS KR; SWEEDLER JV
      MASS-SPECTROMETRIC SURVEY OF INTERGANGLIONICALLY TRANSPORTED PEPTIDESIN APLYSIA

      Peptides (New York, N.Y. 1980)
    28. WEISS KR; GEORGESCU HI; GOLLIN SM; KANG R; EVANS CH
      TRISOMY-7 IN SYNOVIAL FIBROBLASTS OBTAINED ARTHRITIC JOINTS

      Arthritis and rheumatism
    29. BREZINA V; WEISS KR
      FUNCTIONAL CONSEQUENCES OF DIVERGENCE AND CONVERGENCE IN PHYSIOLOGICAL SIGNALING PATHWAYS

      Molecular psychiatry
    30. BREZINA V; WEISS KR
      ANALYZING THE FUNCTIONAL CONSEQUENCES OF TRANSMITTER COMPLEXITY

      Trends in neurosciences
    31. BREZINA V; OREKHOVA IV; WEISS KR
      CONTROL OF TIME-DEPENDENT BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES BY TEMPORALLY PATTERNED INPUT

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    32. SCOTT ML; BREZINA V; WEISS KR
      ION CURRENTS AND MECHANISMS OF MODULATION IN THE RADULA OPENER MUSCLES OF APLYSIA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    33. CROPPER EC; WEISS KR
      SYNAPTIC MECHANISMS IN INVERTEBRATE PATTERN GENERATION

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    34. VILIM FS; PRICE DA; LESSER W; KUPFERMANN I; WEISS KR
      COSTORAGE AND CORELEASE OF MODULATORY PEPTIDE COTRANSMITTERS WITH PARTIALLY ANTAGONISTIC ACTIONS ON THE ACCESSORY RADULA CLOSER MUSCLE OF APLYSIA-CALIFORNICA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    35. VILIM FS; CROPPER EC; PRICE DA; KUPFERMANN I; WEISS KR
      RELEASE OF PEPTIDE COTRANSMITTERS IN APLYSIA - REGULATION AND FUNCTIONAL IMPLICATIONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    36. PERRINS R; WEISS KR
      A CEREBRAL CENTRAL PATTERN GENERATOR IN APLYSIA AND ITS CONNECTIONS WITH BUCCAL FEEDING CIRCUITRY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    37. XIN YP; WEISS KR; KUPFERMANN I
      AN IDENTIFIED INTERNEURON CONTRIBUTES TO ASPECTS OF 6 DIFFERENT BEHAVIORS IN APLYSIA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    38. XIN YP; WEISS KR; KUPFERMANN I
      A PAIR OF IDENTIFIED INTERNEURONS IN APLYSIA THAT ARE INVOLVED IN MULTIPLE BEHAVIORS ARE NECESSARY AND SUFFICIENT FOR THE ARTERIAL-SHORTENING COMPONENT OF A LOCAL WITHDRAWAL REFLEX

      The Journal of neuroscience
    39. KOBE B; HEIERHORST J; FEIL SC; PARKER MW; BENIAN GM; WEISS KR; KEMP BE
      GIANT PROTEIN-KINASES - DOMAIN INTERACTIONS AND STRUCTURAL BASIS OF AUTOREGULATION

      EMBO journal
    40. BREZINA V; OREKHOVA IV; WEISS KR
      FUNCTIONAL UNCOUPLING OF LINKED NEUROTRANSMITTER EFFECTS BY COMBINATORIAL CONVERGENCE

      Science
    41. HEIERHORST J; KOBE B; FEIL SC; PARKER MW; BENIAN GM; WEISS KR; KEMP BE
      CA2+ S100 REGULATION OF GIANT PROTEIN-KINASES

      Nature
    42. EVANS CG; ROSEN S; KUPFERMANN I; WEISS KR; CROPPER EC
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A RADULA OPENER NEUROMUSCULAR SYSTEM IN APLYSIA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    43. KOZAK JA; WEISS KR; BREZINA V
      2 ION CURRENTS ACTIVATED BY ACETYLCHOLINE IN THE ARC MUSCLE OF APLYSIA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    44. HEIERHORST J; TANG XX; LEI JY; PROBST WC; WEISS KR; KEMP BE; BENIAN GM
      SUBSTRATE-SPECIFICITY AND INHIBITOR SENSITIVITY OF CA2+ S100 DEPENDENT TWITCHIN KINASES/

      European journal of biochemistry
    45. BUKU A; PROBST WC; WEISS KR; HEIERHORST J
      STUDIES OF THE CALMODULIN-BINDING SITE OF TWITCHIN WITH SYNTHETIC PEPTIDES USING FLUORESCENCE AND CD SPECTROSCOPY

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    46. BREZINA V; BANK B; CROPPER EC; ROSEN S; VILIM FS; KUPFERMANN I; WEISS KR
      9 MEMBERS OF THE MYOMODULIN FAMILY OF PEPTIDE COTRANSMITTERS AT THE B16-ARC NEUROMUSCULAR-JUNCTION OF APLYSIA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    47. BREZINA V; WEISS KR
      CA2-ACTIVATED K-CURRENT IN THE ARC MUSCLE OF APLYSIA()

      Journal of neurophysiology
    48. XIN YP; WEISS KR; KUPFERMANN I
      DISTRIBUTION IN THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM OF APLYSIA OF AFFERENT-FIBERS ARISING FROM CELL-BODIES LOCATED IN THE PERIPHERY

      Journal of comparative neurology
    49. HEIERHORST J; PROBST WC; KOHANSKI RA; BUKU A; WEISS KR
      PHOSPHORYLATION OF MYOSIN REGULATORY LIGHT-CHAINS BY THE MOLLUSCAN TWITCHIN KINASE

      European journal of biochemistry
    50. HEIERHORST J; PROBST WC; WEISS KR
      PROTEIN-KINASE ACTIVITY OF AN SIMILAR-TO-750 KDA TITIN TWITCHIN-LIKE PROTEIN FROM MOLLUSCAN MUSCLE/

      The FASEB journal
    51. HEIERHORST J; PROBST WC; WEISS KR
      BIOCHEMICAL-CHARACTERIZATION AND MOLECULAR-CLONING OF THE KINASE DOMAIN OF MOLLUSCAN TWITCHIN

      The FASEB journal
    52. HOOPER SL; PROBST WC; CROPPER EC; KUPFERMANN I; WEISS KR
      MYOMODULIN APPLICATION INCREASES CAMP AND ACTIVATES CAMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE IN THE ACCESSORY RADUAL CLOSER MUSCLE OF APLYSIA

      Neuroscience letters
    53. BREZINA V; EVANS CG; WEISS KR
      ENHANCEMENT OF CA CURRENT IN THE ACCESSORY RADULA CLOSER MUSCLE OF APLYSIA-CALIFORNICA BY NEUROMODULATORS THAT POTENTIATE ITS CONTRACTIONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    54. BREZINA V; EVANS CG; WEISS KR
      ACTIVATION OF K-CURRENT IN THE ACCESSORY RADULA CLOSER MUSCLE OF APLYSIA-CALIFORNICA BY NEUROMODULATORS THAT DEPRESS ITS CONTRACTIONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    55. MILLER MW; ROSEN SC; SCHISSEL SL; CROPPER EC; KUPFERMANN I; WEISS KR
      A POPULATION OF SCP-CONTAINING NEURONS IN THE BUCCAL GANGLION OF APLYSIA ARE RADULA MECHANOAFFERENTS AND RECEIVE EXCITATION OF CENTRAL ORIGIN

      The Journal of neuroscience
    56. VILIM FS; CROPPER EC; ROSEN SC; TENENBAUM R; KUPFERMANN I; WEISS KR
      STRUCTURE, LOCALIZATION, AND ACTION OF BUCCALIN-B - A BIOACTIVE PEPTIDE FROM APLYSIA

      Peptides
    57. PROBST WC; CROPPER EC; HEIERHORST J; HOOPER SL; JAFFE H; VILIM F; BEUSHAUSEN S; KUPFERMANN I; WEISS KR
      CAMP-DEPENDENT PHOSPHORYLATION OF APLYSIA TWITCHIN MAY MEDIATE MODULATION OF MUSCLE CONTRACTIONS BY NEUROPEPTIDE COTRANSMITTERS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    58. CROPPER EC; BREZINA V; VILIM FS; HARISH O; PRICE DA; ROSEN S; KUPFERMANN I; WEISS KR
      FRF PEPTIDES IN THE ARC NEUROMUSCULAR SYSTEM OF APLYSIA - PURIFICATION AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ACTIONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    59. NAGAHAMA T; WEISS KR; KUPFERMANN I
      BODY POSTURAL MUSCLES ACTIVE DURING FOOD AROUSAL IN APLYSIA ARE MODULATED BY DIVERSE NEURONS THAT RECEIVE MONOSYNAPTIC EXCITATION FROM THE NEURON C-PR

      Journal of neurophysiology
    60. BREZINA V; EVANS CG; WEISS KR
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE MEMBRANE ION CURRENTS OF A MODEL MOLLUSCAN MUSCLE, THE ACCESSORY RADULA CLOSER MUSCLE OF APLYSIA-CALIFORNICA .1. HYPERPOLARIZATION-ACTIVATED CURRENTS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    61. BREZINA V; EVANS CG; WEISS KR
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE MEMBRANE ION CURRENTS OF A MODEL MOLLUSCAN MUSCLE, THE ACCESSORY RADULA CLOSER MUSCLE OF APLYSIA-CALIFORNICA .2. DEPOLARIZATION-ACTIVATED K-CURRENTS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    62. BREZINA V; EVANS CG; WEISS KR
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE MEMBRANE ION CURRENTS OF A MODEL MOLLUSCAN MUSCLE, THE ACCESSORY RADULA CLOSER MUSCLE OF APLYSIA-CALIFORNICA .3. DEPOLARIZATION-ACTIVATED CA CURRENT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    63. HEIERHORST J; PROBST WC; VILIM FS; BUKU A; WEISS KR
      AUTOPHOSPHORYLATION OF MOLLUSCAN TWITCHIN AND INTERACTION OF ITS KINASE DOMAIN WITH CALCIUM CALMODULIN/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    64. HOOPER SL; PROBST WC; CROPPER EC; KUPFERMANN I; WEISS KR
      SCP APPLICATION OR B15 STIMULATION ACTIVATES CAPK IN THE ARC MUSCLE OF APLYSIA

      Brain research
    65. BREZINA V; WEISS KR
      ANALYSIS OF ION CURRENTS MEDIATING MODULATION OF CONTRACTIONS OF THE ARC MUSCLE OF APLYSIA BY SIMULTANEOUS ONLINE LENGTH MEASUREMENT AND CURRENT-VOLTAGE CLAMP

      Biophysical journal
    66. WEISS KR; BREZINA V; CROPPER EC; HEIERHORST J; HOOPER SL; PROBST WC; ROSEN SC; VILIM FS; KUPFERMANN I
      PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY OF PEPTIDERGIC COTRANSMISSION IN APLYSIA

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    67. MILLER MW; BEUSHAUSEN S; CROPPER EC; EISINGER K; STAMM S; VILIM FS; VITEK A; ZAJC A; KUPFERMANN I; BROSIUS J; WEISS KR
      THE BUCCALIN-RELATED NEUROPEPTIDES - ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF AN APLYSIA CDNA CLONE ENCODING A FAMILY OF PEPTIDE COTRANSMITTERS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    68. MILLER MW; BEUSHAUSEN S; VITEK A; STAMM S; KUPFERMANN I; BROSIUS J; WEISS KR
      THE MYOMODULIN-RELATED NEUROPEPTIDES - CHARACTERIZATION OF A GENE ENCODING A FAMILY OF PEPTIDE COTRANSMITTERS IN APLYSIA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    69. NAGAHAMA T; WEISS KR; KUPFERMANN I
      EFFECTS OF CEREBRAL NEURON C-PR ON BODY POSTURAL MUSCLES ASSOCIATED WITH A FOOD-INDUCED AROUSAL STATE IN APLYSIA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    70. TEYKE T; ROSEN SC; WEISS KR; KUPFERMANN I
      DOPAMINERGIC NEURON-B20 GENERATES RHYTHMIC NEURONAL-ACTIVITY IN THE FEEDING MOTOR CIRCUITRY OF APLYSIA

      Brain research
    71. TEYKE T; WEISS KR; KUPFERMANN I
      ORIENTATION OF APLYSIA-CALIFORNICA TO DISTANT FOOD SOURCES

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology


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