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    1. Daniel, EE; Thomas, J; Ramnarain, M; Bowes, TJ; Jury, J
      Do gap junctions couple interstitial cells of Cajal pacing and neurotransmission to gastrointestinal smooth muscle?

      NEUROGASTROENTEROLOGY AND MOTILITY
    2. Crane, GJ; Hines, ML; Neild, TO
      Simulating the spread of membrane potential changes in arteriolar networks

      MICROCIRCULATION
    3. Priest, CA; Thompson, AJ; Keller, A
      Gap junction proteins in inhibitory neurons of the adult barrel neocortex

      SOMATOSENSORY AND MOTOR RESEARCH
    4. Traub, RD; Kopell, N; Bibbig, A; Buhl, EH; LeBeau, FEN; Whittington, MA
      Gap junctions between interneuron dendrites can enhance synchrony of gammaoscillations in distributed networks

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Andreu, E; Fernandez, E; Louis, E; Ortega, G; Sanchez-Andres, JV
      On the validity of the two-cells model in the analysis of passive electrical properties of gap-junction connected cells

      EUROPEAN BIOPHYSICS JOURNAL WITH BIOPHYSICS LETTERS
    6. Wang, XY; Yu, SW
      Transient response of a crack in piezoelectric strip subjected to the mechanical and electrical impacts: mode-I problem

      MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
    7. Cascio, WE; Yang, H; Johnson, TA; Muller-Borer, BJ; Lemasters, JJ
      Electrical properties and conduction in reperfused papillary muscle

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    8. Xin, DY; Bloomfield, SA
      Effects of nitric oxide on horizontal cells in the rabbit retina

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Adler, EL; Woodruff, RI
      Varied effects of 1-octanol on gap junctional communication between ovarian epithelial cells and oocytes of Oncopeltus fasciatus, Hyalophora cecropia, and Drosophila melanogaster

      ARCHIVES OF INSECT BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    10. Rekling, JC; Shao, XM; Feldman, JL
      Electrical coupling and excitatory synaptic transmission between rhythmogenic respiratory neurons in the preBotzinger complex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Alania, M; Sakharov, DA
      Morphology and physiology of pleural-to-buccal neurons coordinating defensive retraction with feeding arrest in the pond snail Lymnaea stagnalis

      ACTA BIOLOGICA HUNGARICA
    12. Weiler, R; Pottek, M; He, SG; Vaney, DI
      Modulation of coupling between retinal horizontal cells by retinoic acid and endogenous dopamine

      BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS
    13. Andreu, E; Fernandez, E; Louis, E; Ortega, G; Sanchez-Andres, JV
      Role of architecture in determining passive electrical properties in gap junction-connected cells

      PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Emerson, GG; Segal, SS
      Electrical coupling between endothelial cells and smooth muscle cells in hamster feed arteries - Role in vasomotor control

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    15. Ichikawa, T; Imafuku, Y; Tawada, K
      Synchronous firing patterns of a set of insect neurosecretory cells

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    16. Srinivas, M; Rozental, R; Kojima, T; Dermietzel, R; Mehler, M; Condorelli, DF; Kessler, JA; Spray, DC
      Functional properties of channels formed by the neuronal gap junction protein connexin36

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Qazzaz, MM; Winlow, W
      Effect of volatile anaesthetics on the electrical activity and the coupling coefficient of weakly electrically coupled neurones

      ACTA BIOLOGICA HUNGARICA
    18. Janse, C; Peretz, B; van der Roest, M; Dubelaar, EJG
      Excitability and branching of neuroendocrine cells during reproductive senescence

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF AGING
    19. Jimenez, M; Borderies, JR; Vergara, P; Wang, YF; Daniel, EE
      Slow waves in circular muscle of porcine ileum: structural and electrophysiological studies

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    20. Samson, E; Marchand, J; Robert, JL; Bournzel, JP
      Modelling ion diffusion mechanisms in porous media

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR NUMERICAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING
    21. Vozzi, C; Dupont, E; Coppen, SR; Yeh, HI; Severs, NJ
      Chamber-related differences in connexin expression in the human heart

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    22. Saiz, J; Ferrero, JM; Monserrat, M; Ferrero, JM; Thakor, NV
      Influence of electrical coupling on early afterdepolarizations in ventricular myocytes

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
    23. STRATA F; ATZORI M; MOLNAR M; UGOLINI G; BERRETTA N; CHERUBINI E
      NITRIC-OXIDE SENSITIVE DEPOLARIZATION-INDUCED HYPERPOLARIZATION - A POSSIBLE ROLE FOR GAP-JUNCTIONS DURING DEVELOPMENT

      European journal of neuroscience
    24. KOPELL N; ABBOTT LF; SOTOTREVINO C
      ON THE BEHAVIOR OF A NEURAL OSCILLATOR ELECTRICALLY COUPLED TO A BISTABLE ELEMENT

      Physica. D
    25. LEBEDEV DS; BYZOV AL; GOVARDOVSKII VI
      PHOTORECEPTOR COUPLING AND BOUNDARY DETECTION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    26. MIYOSHI H; BOYLE MB; MACKAY LB; GARFIELD RE
      GAP JUNCTION CURRENTS IN CULTURED MUSCLE-CELLS FROM HUMAN MYOMETRIUM

      American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
    27. CHRISTIE MJ
      GENERATORS OF SYNCHRONOUS ACTIVITY OF THE LOCUS-COERULEUS DURING DEVELOPMENT

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    28. BLOOMFIELD SA; XIN DY
      A COMPARISON OF RECEPTIVE-FIELD AND TRACER-COUPLING SIZE OF AMACRINE AND GANGLION-CELLS IN THE RABBIT RETINA

      Visual neuroscience
    29. DERMIETZEL R; FAROOQ M; KESSLER JA; ALTHAUS H; HERTZBERG EL; SPRAY DC
      OLIGODENDROCYTES EXPRESS GAP JUNCTION PROTEINS CONNEXIN32 AND CONNEXIN45

      Glia
    30. HIRST GDS; EDWARDS FR; GOULD DJ; SANDOW SL; HILL CE
      ELECTRICAL-PROPERTIES OF IRIDIAL ARTERIOLES OF THE RAT

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    31. SPITZER KW; SATO N; TANAKA H; FIREK L; ZANIBONI M; GILES WR
      ELECTROTONIC MODULATION OF ELECTRICAL-ACTIVITY IN RABBIT ATRIOVENTRICULAR NODE MYOCYTES

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    32. ZHANG WH; TYERMAN SD
      EFFECT OF LOW-OXYGEN CONCENTRATION ON THE ELECTRICAL-PROPERTIES OF CORTICAL-CELLS OF WHEAT ROOTS

      Journal of plant physiology
    33. POTTEK M; SCHULTZ K; WEILER R
      EFFECTS OF NITRIC-OXIDE ON THE HORIZONTAL CELL NETWORK AND DOPAMINE RELEASE IN THE CARP RETINA

      Vision research
    34. BENY JL
      ELECTRICAL COUPLING BETWEEN SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS AND ENDOTHELIAL-CELLSIN PIG CORONARY-ARTERIES

      Pflugers Archiv
    35. XIN DY; BLOOMFIELD SA
      TRACER COUPLING PATTERN OF AMACRINE AND GANGLION-CELLS IN THE RABBIT RETINA

      Journal of comparative neurology
    36. LIU LWC; RUO RL; HUIZINGA JD
      CIRCULAR MUSCLE LAMELLAE OF CANINE COLON ARE ELECTRICALLY ISOLATED FUNCTIONAL UNITS

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    37. UEDA A; KIDOKORO Y
      LONGITUDINAL BODY-WALL MUSCLES ARE ELECTRICALLY COUPLED ACROSS THE SEGMENTAL BOUNDARY IN THE 3RD INSTAR LARVA OF DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Intertebrate neuroscience
    38. MIRAGALL F; SIMBURGER E; DERMIETZEL R
      MITRAL AND TUFTED CELLS OF THE MOUSE OLFACTORY-BULB POSSESS GAP-JUNCTIONS AND EXPRESS CONNEXIN43 MESSENGER-RNA

      Neuroscience letters
    39. MYHR KL; MCREYNOLDS JS
      CHOLINERGIC MODULATION OF DOPAMINE RELEASE AND HORIZONTAL CELL COUPLING IN MUDPUPPY RETINA

      Vision research
    40. DEROOS ADG; VANZOELEN EJJ; THEUVENET APR
      DETERMINATION OF GAP JUNCTIONAL INTERCELLULAR COMMUNICATION BY CAPACITANCE MEASUREMENTS

      Pflugers Archiv
    41. PLUCIENNIK F; VERRECCHIA F; BASTIDE B; HERVE JC; JOFFRE M; DELEZE J
      REVERSIBLE INTERRUPTION OF GAP JUNCTIONAL COMMUNICATION BY TESTOSTERONE PROPIONATE IN CULTURED SERTOLI CELLS AND CARDIAC MYOCYTES

      The Journal of membrane biology
    42. BLOOMFIELD SA; XIN DY; PERSKY SE
      A COMPARISON OF RECEPTIVE-FIELD AND TRACER COUPLING SIZE OF HORIZONTAL CELLS IN THE RABBIT RETINA

      Visual neuroscience
    43. FARRAWAY L; BALL AK; HUIZINGA JD
      INTERCELLULAR METABOLIC COUPLING IN CANINE COLON MUSCULATURE

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    44. WOLSZON LR; PASSANI MB; MACAGNO ER
      INTERACTIONS DURING A CRITICAL PERIOD INHIBIT BILATERAL PROJECTIONS IN EMBRYONIC NEURONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    45. MIYACHI E; KATO C; NAKAKI T
      ARACHIDONIC-ACID BLOCKS GAP-JUNCTIONS BETWEEN RETINAL HORIZONTAL CELLS

      NeuroReport
    46. UMINO O; MAEHARA M; HIDAKA S; KITA S; HASHIMOTO Y
      THE NETWORK PROPERTIES OF BIPOLAR-BIPOLAR CELL COUPLING IN THE RETINAOF TELEOST FISHES

      Visual neuroscience
    47. ZEYER KP; DECHERT G; HOHMANN W; BLITTERSDORF R; SCHNEIDER FW
      COUPLED BISTABLE CHEMICAL-SYSTEMS - EXPERIMENTAL REALIZATION OF BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS USING A SIMPLE FEEDFORWARD NET

      Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung. A, A journal of physical sciences
    48. SILLAR KT; SIMMERS AJ
      ELECTRICAL COUPLING AND INTRINSIC NEURONAL OSCILLATIONS IN RANA-TEMPORARIA SPINAL-CORD

      European journal of morphology
    49. BIGIANI A; ROPER SD
      REDUCTION OF ELECTRICAL COUPLING BETWEEN NECTURUS TASTE RECEPTOR-CELLS, A POSSIBLE ROLE IN ACID TASTE

      Neuroscience letters
    50. GUTHRIE PB; LEE RE; REHDER V; SCHMIDT MF; KATER SB
      SELF-RECOGNITION - A CONSTRAINT AN THE FORMATION OF ELECTRICAL COUPLING IN NEURONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    51. MCMAHON DG
      MODULATION OF ELECTRICAL SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION IN ZEBRAFISH RETINAL HORIZONTAL CELLS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    52. WOLSZON LR; GAO WQ; PASSANI MB; MACAGNO ER
      GROWTH CONE COLLAPSE IN-VIVO - ARE INHIBITORY INTERACTIONS MEDIATED BY GAP-JUNCTIONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    53. LEW RR
      REGULATION OF ELECTRICAL COUPLING BETWEEN ARABIDOPSIS ROOT HAIRS

      Planta
    54. TOKARSKA M; SPIEWLA E
      OSCILLATIONS IN THE ELECTRICAL-RESISTANCE OF NITELLOPSIS-OBTUSA NODES

      Physiologia Plantarum
    55. EWADINGER NM; SYED NI; LUKOWIAK K; BULLOCH AGM
      DIFFERENTIAL TRACER COUPLING BETWEEN PAIRS OF IDENTIFIED NEURONS OF THE MOLLUSK LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    56. MANGEL SC; BALDRIDGE WH; WEILER R; DOWLING JE
      THRESHOLD AND CHROMATIC SENSITIVITY CHANGES IN FISH CONE HORIZONTAL CELLS FOLLOWING PROLONGED DARKNESS

      Brain research
    57. VARANDA WA; DECARVALHO ACC
      INTERCELLULAR COMMUNICATION BETWEEN MOUSE LEYDIG-CELLS

      The American journal of physiology
    58. BENY JL; PACICCA C
      BIDIRECTIONAL ELECTRICAL COMMUNICATION BETWEEN SMOOTH-MUSCLE AND ENDOTHELIAL-CELLS IN THE PIG CORONARY-ARTERY

      The American journal of physiology
    59. MALCHOW RP; QIAN H; RIPPS H
      EVIDENCE FOR HEMI-GAP JUNCTIONAL CHANNELS IN ISOLATED HORIZONTAL CELLS OF THE SKATE RETINA

      Journal of neuroscience research
    60. CHRACHRI A; WILLIAMSON R
      ELECTRICAL COUPLING BETWEEN PRIMARY HAIR-CELLS IN THE STATOCYST OF THE SQUID, ALLOTEUTHIS-SUBULATA

      Neuroscience letters
    61. ODONNELL P; GRACE AA
      DOPAMINERGIC MODULATION OF DYE-COUPLING BETWEEN NEURONS IN THE CORE AND SHELL REGIONS OF THE NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    62. BELOZERSKAYA TA; POTAPOVA TV
      INTRAHYPHAL COMMUNICATION IN SEGMENTED MYCELIUM

      Experimental mycology
    63. FRACHISSESTOILSKOVIC JM; JULIEN JL
      THE COUPLING BETWEEN EXTRACELLULAR AND INTRACELLULAR ELECTRIC POTENTIALS IN BIDENS-PILOSA L

      Plant, cell and environment
    64. MUNSTER PN; WEINGART R
      EFFECTS OF PHORBOL ESTER ON GAP-JUNCTIONS OF NEONATAL RAT-HEART CELLS

      Pflugers Archiv
    65. LENZI D; RADKE K; WILSON M
      SYMMETRICAL SEGREGATION OF POTASSIUM CHANNELS AT CYTOKINESIS

      Journal of neurobiology
    66. ZIRPEL L; BALDWIN D; GRAUBARD K
      NICKEL INDUCES OSCILLATORY BEHAVIOR AND ENHANCED SYNAPTIC AND ELECTROTONIC TRANSMISSION BETWEEN STOMATOGASTRIC NEURONS OF PANULIRUS-INTERRUPTUS

      Brain research


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