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    1. Leff, P; Romo-Parra, H; Calva, JC; Acevedo, R; Gutierrez, R; Anton, B
      Synaptic plasticity: Understanding the neurobiological mechanisms of learning and memory. Part II

      SALUD MENTAL
    2. Zaccardi, ML; Traina, G; Cataldo, E; Brunelli, M
      Nonassociative learning in the leech Hirudo medicinalis

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    3. Kandel, ER
      Neuroscience - The molecular biology of memory storage: A dialogue betweengenes and synapses

      SCIENCE
    4. Arisi, I; Zoccolan, D; Torre, V
      Distributed motor pattern underlying whole-body shortening in the medicinal leech

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    5. Kojima, S; Hosono, T; Fujito, Y; Ito, E
      Optical detection of neuromodulatory effects of conditioned taste aversionin the pond snail Lymnaea stagnalis

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    6. Croll, RP
      Catecholamine-containing cells in the central nervous system and peripheryof Aplysia californica

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    7. Bailey, CH; Giustetto, M; Huang, YY; Hawkins, RD; Kandel, ER
      Is heterosynaptic modulation essential for stabilizing Hebbian plasticity and memory?

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Bernhard, N; van der Kooy, D
      A behavioral and genetic dissection of two forms of olfactory plasticity in Caenorhabditis elegans: Adaptation and habituation

      LEARNING & MEMORY
    9. Mansilla, A; Barajas, H; Arguero, R
      Theoretical aspects of the neurobiological integration of memory

      MEDICAL HYPOTHESES
    10. Gandhi, CC; Matzel, LD
      Modulation of presynaptic action potential kinetics underlies synaptic facilitation of type B photoreceptors after associative conditioning in Hermissenda

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Royer, S; Coulson, RL; Klein, M
      Switching off and on of synaptic sites at Aplysia sensorimotor synapses

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    12. Leonard, JL
      Network architectures and circuit function: Testing alternative hypothesesin multifunctional networks

      BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION
    13. Zochowski, M; Wachowiak, M; Falk, CX; Cohen, LB; Lam, YW; Antic, S; Zecevic, D
      Concepts in imaging and microscopy - Imaging membrane potential with voltage-sensitive dyes

      BIOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    14. Mons, N; Guillou, JL; Jaffard, R
      The role of Ca2+/calmodulin-stimulable adenylyl cyclases as molecular coincidence detectors in memory formation

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    15. Burrell, BD; Sahley, CL
      Serotonin depletion does not prevent intrinsic sensitization in the leech

      LEARNING & MEMORY
    16. Antic, S; Cohen, LB; Lam, YW; Wachowiak, M; Zecevic, D; Zochowski, M
      Fast multisite optical measurement of membrane potential: three examples

      FASEB JOURNAL
    17. 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
    18. Stark, LL; Carew, TJ
      Developmental dissociation of serotonin-induced spike broadening and synaptic facilitation in Aplysia sensory neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    19. Kemenes, G
      Cellular analysis of appetitive learning in invertebrates

      ACTA BIOLOGICA HUNGARICA
    20. Staddon, JER; Higa, JJ
      Time and memory: Towards a pacemaker-free theory of interval timing

      JOURNAL OF THE EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF BEHAVIOR
    21. Hernadi, L; Elekes, K
      Topographic organization of serotonergic and dopaminergic neurons in the cerebral ganglia and their peripheral projection patterns in the head areas of the snail Helix pomatia

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    22. Bailey, CH
      Structural changes and the storage of long-term memory in Aplysia

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    23. MARKRAM H; GUPTA A; UZIEL A; WANG Y; TSODYKS M
      INFORMATION-PROCESSING WITH FREQUENCY-DEPENDENT SYNAPTIC CONNECTIONS

      Neurobiology of learning and memory (Print)
    24. Burrell, BD; Sahley, CL
      Generalization of habituation and intrinsic sensitization in the leech

      LEARNING & MEMORY
    25. YAMADA S; NAKASHIMA M; SHIONO S
      REINFORCEMENT LEARNING TO TRAIN A COOPERATIVE NETWORK WITH BOTH DISCRETE AND CONTINUOUS OUTPUT NEURONS

      IEEE transactions on neural networks
    26. MILNER B; SQUIRE LR; KANDEL ER
      COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE AND THE STUDY OF MEMORY

      Neuron
    27. ARMITAGE BA; SIEGELBAUM SA
      PRESYNAPTIC INDUCTION AND EXPRESSION OF HOMOSYNAPTIC DEPRESSION AT APLYSIA SENSORIMOTOR NEURON SYNAPSES

      The Journal of neuroscience
    28. DITTMAN JS; REGEHR WG
      CALCIUM-DEPENDENCE AND RECOVERY KINETICS OF PRESYNAPTIC DEPRESSION ATTHE CLIMBING FIBER TO PURKINJE-CELL SYNAPSE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    29. Jiang, XY; Abrams, TW
      Use-dependent decline of paired-pulse facilitation at Aplysia sensory neuron synapses suggests a distinct vesicle pool or release mechanism

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    30. BROWN GD
      NONASSOCIATIVE LEARNING-PROCESSES AFFECTING SWIMMING PROBABILITY IN THE SEASLUG TRITONIA-DIOMEDEA - HABITUATION, SENSITIZATION AND INHIBITION

      Behavioural brain research
    31. MARKRAM H; PIKUS D; GUPTA A; TSODYKS M
      POTENTIAL FOR MULTIPLE MECHANISMS, PHENOMENA AND ALGORITHMS FOR SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY AT SINGLE SYNAPSES

      Neuropharmacology
    32. MANSEAU F; SOSSIN WS; CASTELLUCCI VF
      LONG-TERM CHANGES IN EXCITABILITY INDUCED BY PROTEIN-KINASE-C ACTIVATION IN APLYSIA SENSORY NEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    33. HILL AAV; JIN P
      REGULATION OF SYNAPTIC DEPRESSION RATES IN THE CRICKET CERCAL SENSORYSYSTEM

      Journal of neurophysiology
    34. WU JY; LAM YW; FALK CX; COHEN LB; FANG J; LOEW L; PRECHTL JC; KLEINFELD D; TSAU Y
      VOLTAGE-SENSITIVE DYES FOR MONITORING MULTINEURONAL ACTIVITY IN THE INTACT CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Histochemical Journal
    35. YANAURA M; YAMADA S; SHIONO S; NAKASHIMA M
      OPTICAL-RECORDING OF NEURAL SIGNALS EVOKED BY GREATER SUPERFICIAL PETROSAL NERVE-STIMULATION IN RAT

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Section A: Comparative physiology
    36. LNENICKA GA; HONG SJ
      ACTIVITY-DEPENDENT CHANGES IN VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT CALCIUM CURRENTS AND TRANSMITTER RELEASE

      Molecular neurobiology
    37. WEN JYM; KUMAR N; MORRISON G; RAMBALDINI G; RUNCIMAN S; ROUSSEAU J; VANDERKOOY D
      MUTATIONS THAT PREVENT ASSOCIATIVE LEARNING IN C-ELEGANS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    38. ARVANITOGIANNIS A
      THE MISSING LINK BETWEEN NEUROBIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR IN APLYSIA CONDITIONING

      Behavioural processes
    39. CHRISTOFFERSEN GRJ
      HABITUATION - EVENTS IN THE HISTORY OF ITS CHARACTERIZATION AND LINKAGE TO SYNAPTIC DEPRESSION - A NEW PROPOSED KINETIC CRITERION FOR ITS IDENTIFICATION

      Progress in neurobiology
    40. COHEN TE; KAPLAN SW; KANDEL ER; HAWKINS RD
      A SIMPLIFIED PREPARATION FOR RELATING CELLULAR EVENTS TO BEHAVIOR - MECHANISMS CONTRIBUTING TO HABITUATION, DISHABITUATION, AND SENSITIZATION OF THE APLYSIA GILL-WITHDRAWAL REFLEX

      The Journal of neuroscience
    41. FROST L; KAPLAN SW; COHEN TE; HENZI V; KANDEL ER; HAWKINS RD
      A SIMPLIFIED PREPARATION FOR RELATING CELLULAR EVENTS TO BEHAVIOR - CONTRIBUTION OF LE AND UNIDENTIFIED SIPHON SENSORY NEURONS TO MEDIATIONAND HABITUATION OF THE APLYSIA GILL-WITHDRAWAL AND SIPHON-WITHDRAWAL REFLEX

      The Journal of neuroscience
    42. ILLICH PA; WALTERS ET
      MECHANOSENSORY NEURONS INNERVATING APLYSIA SIPHON ENCODE NOXIOUS STIMULI AND DISPLAY NOCICEPTIVE SENSITIZATION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    43. MURPHY GG; GLANZMAN DL
      MEDIATION OF CLASSICAL-CONDITIONING IN APLYSIA-CALIFORNICA BY LONG-TERM POTENTIATION OF SENSORIMOTOR SYNAPSES

      Science
    44. BRUNELLI M; GARCIAGIL M; MOZZACHIODI R; SCURI R; ZACCARDI ML
      NEUROBIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES OF LEARNING AND MEMORY

      Archives Italiennes de Biologie
    45. KOMATSU H; LUKOWIAK K; OGLI K
      THE DUAL EFFECT OF ENFLURANE ON GILL WITHDRAWAL REFLEX OF APLYSIA

      Intertebrate neuroscience
    46. HOPP HP; FALK CX; COHEN LB; WU JY; COHEN AI
      EFFECT OF FEEDBACK FROM PERIPHERAL MOVEMENTS ON NEURON ACTIVITY IN THE APLYSIA ABDOMINAL-GANGLION

      European journal of neuroscience
    47. WICKS SR; RANKIN CH
      RECOVERY FROM HABITUATION IN CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS IS DEPENDENT ON INTERSTIMULUS-INTERVAL AND NOT HABITUATION KINETICS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    48. BROWN GD; FROST WN; GETTING PA
      HABITUATION AND ITERATIVE ENHANCEMENT OF MULTIPLE COMPONENTS OF THE TRITONIA SWIM RESPONSE

      Behavioral neuroscience
    49. SCHILHAB TSS; CHRISTOFFERSEN GRJ
      ROLE OF PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS IN THE TRANSITION FROM SYNAPTIC SHORT-TERM TO LONG-TERM DEPRESSION IN NEURONS OF HELIX-POMATIA

      Neuroscience
    50. CHRISTOFFERSEN GRJ; SCHILHAB TSS
      SYNAPTIC LONG-TERM DEPRESSION ALTERS RECOVERY FROM, AND FREQUENCY DEPENDENCY OF, SHORT-TERM DEPRESSION IN HELIX-POMATIA

      Neuroscience
    51. WENNER P; TSAU Y; COHEN LB; ODONOVAN MJ; DAN Y
      VOLTAGE-SENSITIVE DYE RECORDING USING RETROGRADELY TRANSPORTED DYE INTHE CHICKEN SPINAL-CORD - STAINING AND SIGNAL CHARACTERISTICS

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    52. ROSENZWEIG MR
      ASPECTS OF THE SEARCH FOR NEURAL MECHANISMS OF MEMORY

      Annual review of psychology
    53. DOUPE AJ
      PLASTICITY OF A DIFFERENT FEATHER

      Science
    54. STADDON JER; HIGA JJ
      MULTIPLE TIME SCALES IN SIMPLE HABITUATION

      Psychological review
    55. MURPHY GG; GLANZMAN DL
      ENHANCEMENT OF SENSORIMOTOR CONNECTIONS BY CONDITIONING-RELATED STIMULATION IN APLYSIA DEPENDS UPON POSTSYNAPTIC CA2+

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    56. FANG X; CLARK GA
      DIFFERENTIAL RESPONSES OF APLYSIA SIPHON MOTOR-NEURONS AND INTERNEURONS TO TAIL AND MANTLE STIMULI - IMPLICATIONS FOR BEHAVIORAL-RESPONSE SPECIFICITY

      Journal of neurophysiology
    57. SUN ZY; SCHACHER S
      DEVELOPMENT OF SHORT-TERM HETEROSYNAPTIC FACILITATION AT APLYSIA SENSORIMOTOR SYNAPSES IN-VITRO IS ACCOMPANIED BY CHANGES IN THE FUNCTIONALEXPRESSION OF PRESYNAPTIC SEROTONIN RECEPTORS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    58. GHIRARDI M; MONTAROLO PG; KANDEL ER
      A NOVEL INTERMEDIATE STAGE IN THE TRANSITION BETWEEN SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM FACILITATION IN THE SENSORY TO MOTOR-NEURON SYNAPSE OF APLYSIA

      Neuron
    59. OLEARY FA; BYRNE JH; CLEARY LJ
      LONG-TERM STRUCTURAL REMODELING IN APLYSIA SENSORY NEURONS REQUIRES DE-NOVO PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS DURING A CRITICAL TIME PERIOD

      The Journal of neuroscience
    60. ANTIC S; ZECEVIC D
      OPTICAL SIGNALS FROM NEURONS WITH INTERNALLY APPLIED VOLTAGE-SENSITIVE DYES

      The Journal of neuroscience
    61. LINDEN DJ; CONNOR JA
      LONG-TERM SYNAPTIC DEPRESSION

      Annual review of neuroscience
    62. BARTSCH D; GHIRARDI M; SKEHEL PA; KARL KA; HERDER SP; CHEN M; BAILEY CH; KANDEL ER
      APLYSIA CREB2 REPRESSES LONG-TERM FACILITATION - RELIEF OF REPRESSIONCONVERTS TRANSIENT FACILITATION INTO LONG-TERM FUNCTIONAL AND STRUCTURAL-CHANGE

      Cell
    63. PARKER D
      DEPRESSION OF SYNAPTIC CONNECTIONS BETWEEN IDENTIFIED MOTOR-NEURONS IN THE LOCUST

      Journal of neurophysiology
    64. HICKIE C; WALTERS ET
      MOTOR NEURONAL CONTROL OF TAIL-DIRECTED AND HEAD-DIRECTED SIPHON RESPONSES IN APLYSIA-CALIFORNICA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    65. BICKER G; HAHNLEIN I
      LONG-TERM HABITUATION OF AN APPETITIVE REFLEX IN THE HONEYBEE

      NeuroReport
    66. KLEIN M
      SYNAPTIC AUGMENTATION BY 5-HT AT RESTED APLYSIA SENSORIMOTOR SYNAPSES- INDEPENDENCE OF ACTION-POTENTIAL PROLONGATION

      Neuron
    67. ROGERS BL
      NEW NEURAL MULTIPROCESS MEMORY MODEL FOR ADAPTIVELY REGULATING ASSOCIATIVE LEARNING

      Neural networks
    68. BROSTER BS; RANKIN CH
      EFFECTS OF CHANGING INTERSTIMULUS-INTERVAL DURING HABITUATION IN CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    69. SAHLEY CL; BOULIS NM; SCHURMAN B
      ASSOCIATIVE LEARNING MODIFIES THE SHORTENING REFLEX IN THE SEMIINTACTLEECH HIRUDO-MEDICINALIS - EFFECTS OF FAIRING, PREDICTABILITY, AND CSPREEXPOSURE

      Behavioral neuroscience
    70. CHEEVER L; KOSHLAND DE
      HABITUATION OF NEUROSECRETORY RESPONSES TO EXTRACELLULAR ATP IN PC12 CELLS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    71. TSAU Y; WU JY; HOPP HP; COHEN LB; SCHIMINOVICH D; FALK CX
      DISTRIBUTED ASPECTS OF THE RESPONSE TO SIPHON TOUCH IN APLYSIA - SPREAD OF STIMULUS INFORMATION AND CROSS-CORRELATION ANALYSIS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    72. ELIOT LS; KANDEL ER; HAWKINS RD
      MODULATION OF SPONTANEOUS TRANSMITTER RELEASE DURING DEPRESSION AND POSTTETANIC POTENTIATION OF APLYSIA SENSORY-MOTOR NEURON SYNAPSES ISOLATED IN CULTURE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    73. WU JY; TSAU Y; HOPP HP; COHEN LB; TANG AC; FALK CX
      CONSISTENCY IN NERVOUS SYSTEMS - TRIAL-TO-TRIAL AND ANIMAL-TO-ANIMAL VARIATIONS IN THE RESPONSES TO REPEATED APPLICATIONS OF A SENSORY STIMULUS IN APLYSIA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    74. NOLEN TG; CAREW TJ
      ONTOGENY OF SEROTONIN-IMMUNOREACTIVE NEURONS IN JUVENILE APLYSIA-CALIFORNICA - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF LEARNING

      Behavioral and neural biology
    75. WU J; COHEN LB; FALK CX
      NEURONAL-ACTIVITY DURING DIFFERENT BEHAVIORS IN APLYSIA - A DISTRIBUTED ORGANIZATION

      Science
    76. BROWN GD
      HETEROSTIMIC ENHANCEMENT OF A NOT SO FIXED ACTION PATTERN

      Netherlands journal of zoology
    77. DARLISON MG; STUHMER T; HARVEY RJ; DAUTZENBERG FM; KIM HC; ZIMMERMANN C; AMAR M; BERMUDEZ I; VANMINNEN J
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION AND FUNCTIONAL EXPRESSION OF MOLLUSCAN ION-CHANNEL RECEPTORS THAT CAN BE ACTIVATED BY EITHER GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC-ACID OR L-GLUTAMATE

      Netherlands journal of zoology
    78. CLATWORTHY AL; WALTERS ET
      COMPARATIVE-ANALYSIS OF HYPEREXCITABILITY AND SYNAPTIC FACILITATION INDUCED BY NERVE INJURY IN 2 POPULATIONS OF MECHANOSENSORY NEURONS OF APLYSIA-CALIFORNICA

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    79. GUTIERREZ R
      SYNAPTIC-INTERACTIONS IN A NEWLY IDENTIFIED EXCITATORY SYNAPSE OF HELIX-ASPERSA - CONCURRENT ENKEPHALINERGIC AND GABAERGIC MODULATION

      Brain research
    80. KLEIN M
      DIFFERENTIAL CYCLIC-AMP DEPENDENCE OF FACILITATION AT APLYSIA SENSORIMOTOR SYNAPSES AS A FUNCTION OF PRIOR STIMULATION - AUGMENTATION VERSUS RESTORATION OF TRANSMITTER RELEASE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    81. FALK CX; WU JY; COHEN LB; TANG AC
      NONUNIFORM EXPRESSION OF HABITUATION IN THE ACTIVITY OF DISTINCT CLASSES OF NEURONS IN THE APLYSIA ABDOMINAL-GANGLION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    82. KATZ PS; KIRK MD; GOVIND CK
      FACILITATION AND DEPRESSION AT DIFFERENT BRANCHES OF THE SAME MOTOR AXON - EVIDENCE FOR PRESYNAPTIC DIFFERENCES IN RELEASE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    83. SHEVELKIN AV; SHUMOVA EA
      CHANGES IN HEMOLYMPH GLUCOSE LEVEL FACILI TATE DEFENSE REACTIONS DURING FOOD-INTAKE IN SNAIL HELIX-LUCORUM

      Zurnal vyssej nervnoj deatelnosti im. I.P. Pavlova
    84. CLARK GA; KANDEL ER
      INDUCTION OF LONG-TERM FACILITATION IN APLYSIA SENSORY NEURONS BY LOCAL APPLICATION OF SEROTONIN TO REMOTE SYNAPSES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    85. CLEARY LJ; BYRNE JH
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A MULTIFUNCTION NEURON CONTRIBUTING TO DEFENSIVE AROUSAL IN APLYSIA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    86. TRUDEAU LE; CASTELLUCCI VF
      EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID NEUROTRANSMISSION AT SENSORY-MOTOR AND INTERNEURONAL SYNAPSES OF APLYSIA-CALIFORNICA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    87. WU JY; FALK CX; COHEN L; TSAU Y; ZECEVIC D
      OPTICAL MEASUREMENT OF ACTION-POTENTIAL ACTIVITY IN INVERTEBRATE GANGLIA

      Japanese Journal of Physiology
    88. HALLAHAN BJ; PERETZ B; SKINNER TL
      INCREASED AGE AFFECTS PROPERTIES CHARACTERIZING BEHAVIORAL PLASTICITYIN FREELY BEHAVING APLYSIA

      Neurobiology of aging
    89. MARTINEZPADRON M; GRAY WR; LUKOWIAK K
      CONOPRESSIN-G, A MOLLUSCAN VASOPRESSIN-LIKE PEPTIDE, ALTERS GILL BEHAVIORS IN APLYSIA

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    90. GLAVINOVIC MI
      ORIGIN OF SYNAPTIC DEPRESSION

      Periodicum biologorum


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