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    1. Rasche, C
      An a VLSI basis for dendritic adaptation

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS II-ANALOG AND DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
    2. Giugliano, M; Grattarola, M; LeMasson, G
      Electrophysiological activity to cell metabolism signal transduction: Possible feedback regulatory biochemical pathway

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    3. Pantelias, AA; Monsivais, P; Rubel, EW
      Tonotopic map of potassium currents in chick auditory hair cells using an intact basilar papilla

      HEARING RESEARCH
    4. Boyer, C; Art, JJ; Dechesne, CJ; Lehouelleur, J; Vautrin, J; Sans, A
      Contribution of the plasmalemma to Ca2+ homeostasis in hair cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Rispoli, G; Martini, M; Rossi, ML; Mammano, F
      Dynamics of intracellular calcium in hair cells isolated from the semicircular canal of the frog

      CELL CALCIUM
    6. Armstrong, CE; Roberts, WM
      Rapidly inactivating and non-inactivating calcium-activated potassium currents in frog saccular hair cells

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    7. Rodriguez-Contreras, A; Yamoah, EN
      Direct measurement of single-channel Ca2+ currents in bullfrog hair cells reveals two distinct channel subtypes

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    8. Ospeck, M; Eguiluz, VM; Magnasco, MO
      Evidence of a hoof bifurcation in frog hair cells

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    9. Bailey, GP; Sewell, WF
      Contribution of glutamate receptors to spontaneous and stimulus-evoked discharge in afferent fibers innervating hair cells of the Xenopus lateral line organ

      HEARING RESEARCH
    10. Smotherman, MS; Narins, PM
      Hair cells, hearing and hopping: A field guide to hair cell physiology in the frog

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    11. Smotherman, MS; Narins, PM
      The electrical properties of auditory hair cells in the frog amphibian papilla

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    12. Fettiplace, R; Fuchs, PA
      Mechanisms of hair cell tuning

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Horrigan, FT; Cui, JM; Aldrich, RW
      Allosteric voltage gating of potassium channels I - mSlo ionic currents inthe absence of Ca2+

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
    14. HSIAO HS; PAYNE R
      LIGHT-INDUCED MN2+ INFLUX IN LIMULUS VENTRAL PHOTORECEPTORS

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    15. OTTERSEN OP; TAKUMI Y; MATSUBARA A; LANDSEND AS; LAAKE JH; USAMI SI
      MOLECULAR-ORGANIZATION OF A TYPE OF PERIPHERAL GLUTAMATE SYNAPSE - THE AFFERENT SYNAPSES OF HAIR-CELLS IN THE INNER-EAR

      Progress in neurobiology
    16. ARMSTRONG CE; ROBERTS WM
      ELECTRICAL-PROPERTIES OF FROG SACCULAR HAIR-CELLS - DISTORTION BY ENZYMATIC DISSOCIATION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    17. LIU Z; GOLOWASCH J; MARDER E; ABBOTT LF
      A MODEL NEURON WITH ACTIVITY-DEPENDENT CONDUCTANCES REGULATED BY MULTIPLE CALCIUM SENSORS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    18. EATOCK RA; RUSCH A; LYSAKOWSKI A; SAEKI M
      HAIR-CELLS IN MAMMALIAN UTRICLES

      Otolaryngology and head and neck surgery
    19. OGHALAI JS; HOLT JR; NAKAGAWA T; JUNG TM; COKER NJ; JENKINS HA; EATOCK RA; BROWNELL WE
      IONIC CURRENTS AND ELECTROMOTILITY IN INNER-EAR HAIR-CELLS FROM HUMANS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    20. Desaphy, JF; Joffre, M
      Effect of cyclic AMP on the calcium-dependent potassium conductances of rat Leydig cells

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    21. ROSENBLATT KP; SUN ZP; HELLER S; HUDSPETH AJ
      DISTRIBUTION OF CA2-ACTIVATED K+ CHANNEL ISOFORMS ALONG THE TONOTOPICGRADIENT OF THE CHICKENS COCHLEA()

      Neuron
    22. NAVARATNAM DS; BELL TJ; TU TD; COHEN EL; OBERHOLTZER JC
      DIFFERENTIAL DISTRIBUTION OF CA2-ACTIVATED K+ CHANNEL SPLICE VARIANTSAMONG HAIR-CELLS ALONG THE TONOTOPIC AXIS OF THE CHICK COCHLEA()

      Neuron
    23. STEYGER PS; BURTON M; HAWKINS JR; SCHUFF NR; BAIRD RA
      CALBINDIN AND PARVALBUMIN ARE EARLY MARKERS OF NON-MITOTICALLY REGENERATING HAIR-CELLS IN THE BULLFROG VESTIBULAR OTOLITH ORGANS

      International journal of developmental neuroscience
    24. STEINACKER A; MONTERRUBIO J; PEREZ R; MENSINGER AF; MARIN A
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY OF OUTWARD POTASSIUM CURRENTS IN SEMICIRCULAR CANAL HAIR-CELLS OF TOADFISH, OPSANUS-TAU

      Hearing research
    25. BAIRD RA; STEYGER PS; SCHUFF NR
      INTRACELLULAR DISTRIBUTIONS AND PUTATIVE FUNCTIONS OF CALCIUM-BINDINGPROTEINS IN THE BULLFROG VESTIBULAR OTOLITH ORGANS

      Hearing research
    26. APICELLA S; CHEN S; BING R; PENNISTON JT; LLINAS R; HILLMAN DE
      PLASMALEMMAL ATPASE CALCIUM-PUMP LOCALIZES TO INNER AND OUTER HAIR BUNDLES

      Neuroscience
    27. DORLOCHTER M; STIEVE H
      THE LIMULUS VENTRAL PHOTORECEPTOR - LIGHT RESPONSE AND THE ROLE OF CALCIUM IN A CLASSIC PREPARATION

      Progress in neurobiology
    28. MARTINEZDUNST C; MICHAELS RL; FUCHS PA
      RELEASE SITES AND CALCIUM CHANNELS IN HAIR-CELLS OF THE CHICKS COCHLEA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    29. CHABBERT CH
      HETEROGENEITY OF HAIR-CELLS IN THE BULLFROG SACCULUS

      Pflugers Archiv
    30. SAKAI H; SAITO T
      NA-PIGMENT EPITHELIAL-CELLS - COMPARISON WITH NEURONAL TYPES OF ION CHANNELS( AND CA2+ CHANNEL EXPRESSION IN CULTURED NEWT RETINAL)

      Journal of neurobiology
    31. KANEKO Y; MATSUMOTO G; HANYU Y
      TTX RESISTIVITY OF NA+ CHANNEL IN NEWT RETINAL NEURON

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    32. RENNINGER GH; FARRELL CA
      MODULATION OF FUNCTION IN LIMULUS COMPOUND EYE PHOTORECEPTORS BY OCTOPAMINE ENANTIOMERS

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology.B, Biology
    33. EDWARDS SC; ODAY PM; HERRERA DC
      CHARACTERIZATION OF PROTEIN PHOSPHATASES TYPE-1 AND TYPE 2A IN LIMULUS NERVOUS-TISSUE - THEIR LIGHT REGULATION IN THE LATERAL EYE AND EVIDENCE OF INVOLVEMENT IN THE PHOTORESPONSE

      Visual neuroscience
    34. NENOV AP; NORRIS C; BOBBIN RP
      ACETYLCHOLINE RESPONSE IN GUINEA-PIG OUTER HAIR-CELLS .2. ACTIVATION OF A SMALL-CONDUCTANCE CA2-ACTIVATED K+ CHANNEL()

      Hearing research
    35. CASTROALAMANCOS MA; CONNORS BW
      CELLULAR MECHANISMS OF THE AUGMENTING RESPONSE - SHORT-TERM PLASTICITY IN A THALAMOCORTICAL PATHWAY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    36. BENSER ME; MARQUIS RE; HUDSPETH AJ
      RAPID, ACTIVE HAIR BUNDLE MOVEMENTS IN HAIR-CELLS FROM THE BULLFROGS SACCULUS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    37. JUUSOLA M; FRENCH AS; UUSITALO RO; WECKSTROM M
      INFORMATION-PROCESSING BY GRADED-POTENTIAL TRANSMISSION THROUGH TONICALLY ACTIVE SYNAPSES

      Trends in neurosciences
    38. GOODMAN MB; ART JJ
      VARIATIONS IN THE ENSEMBLE OF POTASSIUM CURRENTS UNDERLYING RESONANCEIN TURTLE HAIR-CELLS

      Journal of physiology
    39. KOYANO K; OHMORI H
      CELLULAR APPROACH TO AUDITORY SIGNAL TRANSMISSION

      Japanese Journal of Physiology
    40. GOODMAN MB; ART JJ
      POSITIVE FEEDBACK BY A POTASSIUM-SELECTIVE INWARD RECTIFIER ENHANCES TUNING IN VERTEBRATE HAIR-CELLS

      Biophysical journal
    41. WU YC; FETTIPLACE R
      A DEVELOPMENTAL MODEL FOR GENERATING FREQUENCY MAPS IN THE REPTILIAN AND AVIAN COCHLEAS

      Biophysical journal
    42. ISHIDA AT
      ION-CHANNEL COMPONENTS OF RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS

      Progress in retinal and eye research
    43. TUCKER T; FETTIPLACE R
      CONFOCAL IMAGING OF CALCIUM MICRODOMAINS AND CALCIUM EXTRUSION IN TURTLE HAIR CELLS

      Neuron
    44. SU ZL; JIANG SC; GU R; YANG WP
      2 TYPES OF CALCIUM CHANNELS IN BULLFROG SACCULAR HAIR-CELLS

      Hearing research
    45. ACOSTAURQUIDI J; CROW T
      CHARACTERIZATION OF VOLTAGE-ACTIVATED CURRENTS IN HERMISSENDA TYPE B-PHOTORECEPTORS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    46. WU YC; ART JJ; GOODMAN MB; FETTIPLACE R
      A KINETIC DESCRIPTION OF THE CALCIUM-ACTIVATED POTASSIUM CHANNEL AND ITS APPLICATION TO ELECTRICAL TUNING OF HAIR-CELLS

      Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology
    47. SUGIHARA I; FURUKAWA T
      POTASSIUM CURRENTS UNDERLYING THE OSCILLATORY RESPONSE IN HAIR-CELLS OF THE GOLDFISH SACCULUS

      Journal of physiology
    48. HOLT JR; EATOCK RA
      INWARDLY RECTIFYING CURRENTS OF SACCULAR HAIR-CELLS FROM THE LEOPARD FROG

      Journal of neurophysiology
    49. ART JJ; WU YC; FETTIPLACE R
      THE CALCIUM-ACTIVATED POTASSIUM CHANNELS OF TURTLE HAIR-CELLS

      The Journal of general physiology
    50. ZIDANIC M; FUCHS PA
      KINETIC-ANALYSIS OF BARIUM CURRENTS IN CHICK COCHLEAR HAIR-CELLS

      Biophysical journal
    51. RODDY J; HUBBARD AE; MOUNTAIN DC; XUE S
      EFFECTS OF ELECTRICAL BIASING ON ELECTRICALLY-EVOKED OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      Hearing research
    52. KAMIJI T; MORITA K; KATAYAMA Y
      ATP REGULATES SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION BY PRESYNAPTIC AND POSTSYNAPTIC MECHANISMS IN GUINEA-PIG MYENTERIC NEURONS

      Neuroscience
    53. ROBERTS WM
      LOCALIZATION OF CALCIUM SIGNALS BY A MOBILE CALCIUM BUFFER IN FROG SACCULAR HAIR-CELLS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    54. ISSA NP; HUDSPETH AJ
      CLUSTERING OF CA2-ACTIVATED K+ CHANNELS AT FLUORESCENTLY LABELED PRESYNAPTIC ACTIVE ZONES OF HAIR-CELLS( CHANNELS AND CA2+)

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    55. SUGIHARA I
      CALCIUM-ACTIVATED POTASSIUM CHANNELS IN GOLDFISH HAIR-CELLS

      Journal of physiology
    56. BAIRD RA
      COMPARATIVE TRANSDUCTION MECHANISMS, OF HAIR-CELLS IN THE BULLFROG UTRICULUS .1. RESPONSES TO INTRACELLULAR CURRENT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    57. BAIRD RA
      COMPARATIVE TRANSDUCTION MECHANISMS OF HAIR-CELLS IN THE BULLFROG UTRICULUS .2. SENSITIVITY AND RESPONSE DYNAMICS TO HAIR BUNDLE DISPLACEMENT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    58. RENNIE KJ; CORREIA MJ
      POTASSIUM CURRENTS IN MAMMALIAN AND AVIAN ISOLATED TYPE-I SEMICIRCULAR CANAL HAIR-CELLS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    59. JANSSEN LJ; SIMS SM
      SUBSTANCE-P ACTIVATES CL- AND K-PIG TRACHEAL SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS( CONDUCTANCES IN GUINEA)

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    60. YOSHIDA N; SHIGEMOTO T; SUGAI T; OHMORI H
      THE ROLE OF INOSITOL TRISPHOSPHATE ON ACH-INDUCED OUTWARD CURRENTS INBULLFROG SACCULAR HAIR-CELLS

      Brain research
    61. KIMITSUKI T; NAKAGAWA T; HISASHI K; KOMUNE S; KOMIYAMA S
      SINGLE-CHANNEL RECORDINGS OF CALCIUM CURRENTS IN CHICK COCHLEAR HAIR-CELLS

      Acta oto-laryngologica
    62. HANNA WJB; JOHNSON EC; CHAVES D; RENNINGER GH
      PHOTORECEPTOR CELLS DISSOCIATED FROM THE COMPOUND LATERAL EYE OF THE HORSESHOE-CRAB, LIMULUS-POLYPHEMUS .2. FUNCTION

      Visual neuroscience
    63. SHIN JH; RICHARD EA; LISMAN JE
      CA2+ IS AN OBLIGATORY INTERMEDIATE IN THE EXCITATION CASCADE OF LIMULUS PHOTORECEPTORS

      Neuron
    64. MROZ EA; LECHENE C
      CALCIUM AND MAGNESIUM TRANSPORT BY ISOLATED GOLDFISH HAIR-CELLS

      Hearing research


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