Publications

Dr. Bruce McNaughton

  • Chemla, S., Witharana, W. K., & McNaughton, B. L. Spatiotemporal after-effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on sensory-evoked activity in rat S1: A pilot VSDI study. Curr Neurobiol 2016, 7(2): 30-35.
  • Euston, D.R., Gruber, A.J., McNaughton, B.L. (2012). “The Role of Medial Prefrontal Cortex in memory and decision making”. Neuron, 76 (6), 1057-1070.
  • Navratilova Z, Hoang LT, Schwindel CD, Tatsuno M and McNaughton BL (2012). Experience-dependent firing rate remapping generates directional selectivity in hippocampal place cells. Front. Neural Circuits 6:6. doi: 10.3389/fncir.2012.00006
  • Navratilova, Z., Giocomo, L.M., Fellous, J.M., Hasselmo, M.E., and McNaughton, B.L. (2011). Phase precession and variable spatial scaling in a periodic attractor map model of medial entorhinal grid cells with realistic after-spike dynamics. Hippocampus. 2011 Apr 11. doi: 10.1002/hipo.20939.
  • Alme C.B., Buzzetti R.A., Marrone D.F., Leutgeb J.K., Chawla M.K., Schaner M.J., Bohanick J.D., Khoboko T., Leutgeb S., Moser E.I., Moser M.-B., McNaughton B.L. and Barnes C.A. (2010) Hippocampal Granule Cells Opt for Early Retirement. Hippocampus, in press (Epub ahead of print DOI 10.1002/hipo.20180).
  • Colgin L.L., Leutgeb S., Jezek K., Leutgeb J.K., Moser E.I., McNaughton B.L., Moser, M-B (2010) Attractor-Map Versus Autoassociation Based Attractor Dynamics in the Hippocampal Network. J. Neurophysiology, in press.
  • Johnson L.A., Euston D.R., Tatsuno M., McNaughton, B.L., (2010) “Stored-trace reactivation in rat prefrontal cortex is correlated with down-to-up state fluctuation density”, The Journal of Neuroscience, 30:2650-2661.
  • Lansink, C.S., Golstein, P.M., Lankelma, J.V., McNaughton, B.L., and Pennartz, C.M.A. (2009) Hippocampus leads ventral striatum in replay of place-reward information. PLOS Biology, 7:1-11.
  • Takehara-Nishiuchi, K. & McNaughton, B.L. (2008) Spontaneous changes in neocortical code for associative memory during consolidation. Science 322:960-963.
  • Cowen, S.L. and McNaughton, B.L. (2007) Selective delay activity in the medial prefrontal cortex of the rat: Contribution of sensorimotor information and contingency. Journal of Neurophysiology, 98:303-316.
  • Marrone, D.F., Schaner, M.J., McNaughton, B.L., Worley, P.F., and Barnes, C.A. (2008) Immediate-early gene expression at rest recapitulates recent experience. The Journal of Neuroscience, 28:1030-1033.
  • McNaughton, B.L., Battaglia, F.P., Jensen, O., Moser, E.I., and Moser, M-B. (2006) Path-integration and the neural basis of the ‘cognitive map’. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 7:663:678.
  • Sargolini, F., Fyhn, M., Hafting, T., McNaughton, B.L., Witter, M.P., Moser, M-B. and Moser, E.I. (2006) Conjunctive representation of position, direction and velocity in entorhinal cortex. Science, 312:758-762.

All publications by Bruce McNaughton

Dr. Artur Luczak

  • Bermudez Contreras E, Gomez Palacio Schjetnan A, Muhammad A, Bartho P, McNaughton BL, Kolb B, Gruber AJ, Luczak A. Formation and reverberation of sequential neural activity patterns evoked by sensory stimulation is enhanced during cortical desynchronization. Neuron (2013)
  • Luczak A, Bartho P, Harris KD. Gating of sensory input by spontaneous cortical activity. J. Neurosci. (2013)
  • Faraji J, Gomez-Palacio-Schjetnan A, Luczak A, Metz GA. Beyond the Silence: Bilateral Somatosensory Stimulation Enhances Skilled Movement Quality and Neural Density in Intact Behaving Rats. Behavioural Brain Research (2013)
  • Gomez Palacio Schjetnan A, Faraji J, Metz GA, Tatsuno M, Luczak A. Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in Stroke Rehabilitation – A Review of Recent Advancements. Stroke Research and Treatment (2013)
  • Luczak A, Bartho P. Consistent sequential activity across diverse forms of UP states under ketamine anesthesia. Eur. J. Neurosci. (2012)
  • Luczak A, MacLean JN. Default activity patterns at the neocortical microcircuit level. Front. Integr. Neurosci. 6:30 (2012)
  • Gomez Palacio Schjetnan A, Luczak A. Recording Large-scale Neuronal Ensembles with Silicon Probes in the Anesthetized Rat. J Vis Exp. (2011).
  • Luczak A. Measuring neuronal branching patterns using model-based approach. Front. Comput. Neurosci. 4:135 (2010).
  • Luczak, A., Barthó, P., and Harris, K. D. (2009).  Spontaneous events outline the realm of possible sensory responses in the auditory cortex.  Neuron, 62(3), 413-25.
  • Barthó, P., Curto, C., Luczak, A., Marguet, S., and Harris, K. D. (2009).  Population coding of tone stimuli in auditory cortex: dynamic rate vector analysis.  The European Journal of Neuroscience, 30(9), 1767-78.
  • Luczak, A., Barthó, P., Marguet, S.L., Buzsáki, G., and Harris, K. D. (2007).  Sequential structure of neocortical spontaneous activity in vivo.  Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 104(1), 347-52.
  • Luczak, A. (2006). Spatial embedding of neuronal trees modeled by diffusive growth. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 157(1), 132-41.
  • Luczak, A., and Narayanan, N. S. (2005).  Spectral representation – analyzing single-unit activity in extracellularly recorded neuronal data without spike sorting.  Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 144(1), 53-61.
  • Luczak, A., Hackett, T., Kajikawa, Y., and Laubach, M. (2004).  Multivariate receptive field mapping in marmoset auditory cortex.  Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 136(1), 77-85.

All publications by Artur Luczak

Dr. David Euston

  • Himmler, BT, Kisko, TM, Euston, DR, Kolb, B, and Pellis, SM (2014). Are 50-kHz calls used as play signals in the playful interactions of rats? I. Evidence from the timing and context of their use. Behavioural Processes 106:60-66. doi: 10.1016/j.beproc.2014.04.014
  • Skelin, I, Hakstol, R, VanOyen, J, Mudiayi, D, Molina, LA, Holec, V, Hong, NS, Euston, DR, McDonald, RJ, and Gruber, AJ (2014). Lesions of dorsal striatum eliminate lose-switch responding but not mixed-response strategies in rats. European Journal of Neuroscience. 39(10):1655-1663. doi: 10.1111/ejn.12518
  • Holec, V, Pirot, HL, and Euston, DR (2014). Not all effort is equal: the role of the anterior cingulate cortex in different forms of effort-reward decisions. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 8:12. doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2014.00012
  • Euston, DR, Gruber, AJ, and McNaughton, BL (2012). The Role of Medial Prefrontal Cortex in Memory and Decision Making. Neuron 76:1057-1070
  • Johnson, L. A., Euston, D. R., Tatsuno, M., and McNaughton, B. L. (2010).  Stored-trace reactivation in rat prefrontal cortex is correlated with down-to-up state fluctuation density.  Journal of Neuroscience, 30(7), 2650-61.
  • Euston, D. R., Tatsuno, M., and McNaughton, B. L. (2007).  Fast-forward playback of recent memory sequences in prefrontal cortex during sleep.  Science, 318(5853), 1147-50.
  • Euston, D. R., and McNaughton, B. L. (2006).  Apparent encoding of sequential context in rat medial prefrontal cortex is accounted for by behavioral variability.  Journal of Neuroscience, 26(51), 13143-55.
  • Bower, M. R., Euston, D. R., and McNaughton, B. L. (2005).  Sequential-context-dependent hippocampal activity is not necessary to learn sequences with repeated elements.  Journal of Neuroscience, 25(6):1313-23.
  • Takahashi, T. T., Bala, A. D., Spitzerm, M. W., Euston, D. R., Spezio, M. L, and Keller, C. H. (2003).  The synthesis and use of the owl’s auditory space map.  Biological Cybernetics, 89(5), 378-87.
  • Euston, D. R., and Takahashi, T. T. (2002).  From spectrum to space: the contribution of level difference cues to spatial receptive fields in the barn owl inferior colliculus.  Journal of Neuroscience,  22(1), 284-93.

Dr. Masami Tatsuno

  • Nie, Y, Fellous JM, Tatsuno, M. (2014) Influence of external inputs and asymmetry of connections on information-geometric measures involving up to ten neuronal interactions, Neural Computation (accepted).
  • Noda, A, Hino, H, Tatsuno, M, Akaho, S, Murata, N. (2014) Intrinsic graph structure estimation using graph laplacian, Neural Computation (in press).
  • Schwindel, CD, Ali, K, McNaughton, BL, Tatsuno, M. (2014) Long-term recordings improve the detection of weak excitatory-excitatory connections in rat prefrontal cortex, Journal of Neuroscience, 34(16), pp. 5454-67.
  • Wilber, AA, Clark, BJ, Foster, TC, Tatsuno, M, McNaughton, BL. (2014) Interaction of egocentric and world centered reference frames in the rat posterior parietal cortex, Journal of Neuroscience, 34(16), pp. 5431-46.
  • Y. Nie, JM. Fellous and M. Tatsuno, (2014) Information-geometric measures estimate neural interactions during oscillatory brain states, Frontiers in Neural Circuits, 8(11), doi: 10.3389/fncir.2014.00011.
  • Gomez Palacio Schjetnan, A, Faraji, J, Metz, GA, Tatsuno, M, Luczak, A. (2013) Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in Stroke Rehabilitation – A Review of Recent Advancements. Stroke Research and Treatment, 2013, 170256. dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/170256
  • Nie, Y, Tatsuno, M. (2012) Information-geometric measures for estimation of connection weight under correlated input. Neural Computation, 24(12), 3213-45.
  • Navratilova, Z, Hoang, LT, Schwindel, CD, Tatsuno, M, McNaughton, BL. (2012) Experience-dependent firing rate remapping generates directional selectivity in hippocampal place cells. Front. Neural Circuits 6(6). doi: 10.3389/fncir.2012.00006
  • Tatsuno, M. (2010) Sleep and learning – memory consolidation and memory-trace replay during sleep -, Japanese Journal of Sleep Medicine, 4(4), 483-88.
  • Tatsuno, M. (2010) Multi-electrode recording from freely behaving animals and spike train analysis, Journal of Japan Neural Network Society, 17(3), 124-38.
  • Johnson, LA, Euston, DR, Tatsuno, McNaughton, BL. (2010) Stored-trace reactivation in rat prefrontal cortex is correlated with down-to-up state fluctuation density, Journal of Neuroscience, 30(7), 2650-61.
  • Tatsuno, M, Fellous, JM, Amari. S. (2009) Information geometric measures as robust estimators of connection strengths and external inputs, Neural Computation, 21(8), 2309-35.
  • Tatsuno, M, (2009) Replay of behaviorally induced multi-neuronal spiking patterns during subsequent sleep, Seitai No Kagaku, 60(4), 285-94.
  • Euston, DR, Tatsuno, M, McNaughton, BL. (2007) Fast-forward playback of recent memory sequences in prefrontal cortex during sleep, Science, 318(5853), 1147-50.
  • Tatsuno, M, (2007) Memory replay and memory consolidation, Seibutsu Butsuri, 47(6), 367–77.
  • Tatsuno, M, Lipa, P, McNaughton, BL. (2006) Methodological considerations on the use of template matching to study long-lasting memory trace replay, Journal of Neuroscience, 26(42), 10727-42.
  • Tatsuno, M, Okada, M. (2004) Investigation of Possible Neural Architectures Underlying Information-Geometric Measures, Neural Computation, 16(4), 737–65.

Dr. Aaron Gruber

  • Euston, D.R., Gruber, A.J., McNaughton, B.L. (2012). “The Role of Medial Prefrontal Cortex in memory and decision making”. Neuron, 76 (6), 1057-1070.
  • Jones, J.L, Esber, G.R, McDannald, M.A., Gruber, A.J., Hernandez A., Mirenzi A., and Schoenbaum G. (2012), “The Orbitofrontal Cortex is Required When Behaviour and Learning is Based on Inferred but Not Cached Value”. Science, 338 (6109), 953-956.
  • Gruber, A.J. and McDonald, R.J. (2012) “Context, emotion, and the strategic pursuit of goals: interactions among multiple brain systems controlling motivated behavior”. Front. Behav. Neurosci. 6:50. doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2012.00050
  • Gruber, A.J., Calhoon, G., Shusterman, I., Schoenbaum, G., and Roesch, M., O’Donnell, P. “More Is Less: A Disinhibited Prefrontal Cortex Impairs Cognitive Flexibility”. J Neurosci. 30(50):17102–17110, 2010.
  • Niwa, M., Kamiya, A., Murai, R., Kubo, K., Gruber, A. J., Tomita, K., Lu, L., Tomisato, S., Jaaro-Peled, H., Seshadri, S., Hiyama, H., Huang, B., Kohda, K., Noda, Y., O’Donnell, P., Nakajima, K., Sawa, A., and Nabeshima, T. (2010). Knockdown of DISC1 by in utero gene transfer disturbs postnatal dopaminergic maturation in the frontal cortex and leads to adult behavioral deficits.  Neuron, 65(4), 480-9.
  • Gruber, A. J., Hussin, R., and O’Donnell, P. (2009).  The nucleus accumbens: a switchboard for goal-directed behaviors.  PLoS ONE, 4(4): e5062.
  • Gruber, A. J. Powell, E., and O’Donnell, P. (2009).  Cortically activated interneurons shape spatial aspects of cortico-accumbens processing. Journal of Neurophysiology, 101, 1876-82.
  • Gruber, A. J., and O’Donnell, P. (2009).  Bursting activation of prefrontal cortex drives sustained up states in nucleus accumbens spiny neurons in vivo.  Synapse, 63, 173-80.
  • Gruber, A. J., Dayan, P., Gutkin, B. S., and Solla, S. A. (2006).  Dopamine modulation in the basal ganglia locks the gate to working memory.  Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 20(2), 153-66.
  • Gruber, A. J., Dayan, P., Gutkin, B. S., and Solla, S. A. (2004).  Dopamine modulation in a basal ganglio-cortical network implements saliency-based gating of working memory.  Neural Information Processing Systems Foundation, 16, 1271-78.
  • Gruber, A. J., Solla, S. A., Surmeier, D. J., and Houk, J. C. (2003).  Modulation of striatal single units by expected reward: A spiny neuron model displaying dopamine-induced bistability.  Journal of Neurophysiology, 90(2), 1095-114.
  • Gruber, A. J., Solla, S. A., and Houk, J. C. (2003).  Dopamine induced bistability enhances signal processing in spiny neurons.  Neural Information Processing Systems Foundation, 15, 181-88.

Dr. Majid Mohajerani

  • Jafari Z, Kolb B, Mohajerani MH (2016). Effect of Acute Stress on the Auditory Processing: A Systematic Review of Human Studies. Accepted in Reviews in the Neurosciences.
  • Jafari Z, Esmaili M, Delbari A, Mehrpour M, Mohajerani MH (2016). Auditory Temporal Processing Deficits in Chronic Stroke: A Comparison of Brain Damage Lateralization Effect. J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis. 25(6):1403-10. PMID: 27021038.
  • Michael Kyweriga, Mohajerani MH (2016). Optogenetic approaches for mesoscopic brain mapping. Methods in Molecular Biology. 1408:251-65. PMID: 26965128.
  • Wong S, Kline R, Mohajerani MH (2015). Making an extended lateral craniotomy for in vivo wide field optical imaging. Journal of Visualized Experiments.
  • Chan, AW *, Mohajerani MH *, LeDue J, Wang YT, Murphy TH (2015). Mesoscale infraslow spontaneous membrane potential fluctuations recapitulate high-frequency activity cortical motifs. Nature Communication. 20;6:7738 PMID: 26190168 (*equal co-first author). Paper
  • Lim DH, LeDue JM, Mohajerani MH, Murphy TH (2014). Optogenetic mapping after stroke reveals network-wide scaling of functional connections and heterogeneous recovery of the peri-infarct. The Journal of Neuroscience 34(49):16455-66 PMID:25471583. Paper
  • Mohajerani MH *, Chan, AW *, Mohsenvand M, LeDue J, Liu R, McVea D, Boyd J, Reimer M, Wang YT, Murphy TH (2013). Spontaneous intracortical activity alternates between sensory motifs defined by region-specific axonal projections. Nature Neuroscience 16;1426–1435 PMID: 23974708 (*equal co-first author) (Selected for Journal Cover). Paper
  • Lim DH, LeDue J, Mohajerani MH, Vanni MP, Murphy TH (2013). Optogenetic approaches for functional mouse brain mapping. Frontiers in Neuroscience 10;7:54 PMID: 23596383. Paper
  • Chen S, Mohajerani MH, Murphy TH (2012). Optogenetic analysis of neuronal excitability during global ischemia reveals selective deficits in sensory processing following reperfusion in mouse cortex. Journal of Neuroscience 32(39):13510-13519 PMID: 23015440. Paper
  • McVea D, Mohajerani MH, Murphy TH (2012). Studying the structure and function of cortical activity in developing rodents using VSD imaging in vivo. Journal of Neuroscience 8;32(32):10982-94. PMID: 22875932. Paper
  • Lim DH *, Mohajerani MH *, Boyd J, LeDue J, Chen S, Murphy TH (2012). Exogenous activation of output neurons using channelrhodopsin-2 reveals sensory maps and intracortical relationships. Front Neural Circuits 6:11. PMID: 22435052. (*equal co-first author) (Selected as Tier2 publication and become a Focused Review to be published in Frontiers in Neuroscience). Paper
  • Mohajerani MH, Aminoltejari K, Murphy TH (2011). Targeted mini-strokes produce changes in inter-hemispheric sensory signal processing that are indicative of dis-inhibition within minutes. PNAS 108(22): E183-E192. PMID: 21576480. ( Highlighted by Nature 2011; 473:423). Paper
  • Mohajerani MH, McVea D, Fingas M, Murphy TH (2010). Mirrored bilateral processing of slow wave cortical activity within local circuits revealed by fast bi-hemispheric voltage-sensitive dye imaging in anesthetized and awake mice. Journal of Neuroscience 30(10):3745-51. PMID: 20220008. (Recommended in Faculty of 1000 Biology). Paper
  • Sigler A, Mohajerani MH, Murphy TH (2009). Voltage sensitive dye imaging reveals re-distribution of sensory-evoked activity through existing pathways within an hour of stroke in mice. PNAS 106(28):11759-64. PMID: 19571005. Paper
  • Sivakumaran S, Mohajerani MH, Cherubini E (2009). At immature mossy-fiber-CA3 synapses, correlated presynaptic and postsynaptic activity persistently enhances GABA release and network excitability via BDNF and cAMP-dependent PKA. Journal of Neuroscience 25;29(8):2637-47. PMID: 19063969. (Selected for Journal of Neuroscience Journal Club). Paper
  • Mohajerani MH, Sivakumaran S, Zacchi P, Aguilera P, Cherubini E (2007). Correlated network activity enhances synaptic efficacy via BDNF and the ERK pathway at immature CA3 CA1 connections in the hippocampus. PNAS 104: 32:13176-6. PMID: 17656555. Paper
  • Mohajerani MH, Cherubini E (2006). Role of giant depolarizing potentials in shaping synaptic currents in the developing hippocampus, Critical Review in Neurobiology. 18:1-2:13-23. PMID: 17725505.
  • Mohajerani MH, Cherubini E (2005). Spontaneous recurrent network activity in organotypic rat hippocampal slices, European Journal of Neuroscience 22:1:107-12. PMID: 16029200. Paper
  • Raffaelli G, Saviane C, Mohajerani MH, Pedarzani P, Cherubini E (2004). BK potassium channels control transmitter release at CA3-CA3 synapses in the rat hippocampus., The Journal of Physiology-London 557:1:147-57. PMID: 15034127. Paper
  • Saviane C, Mohajerani MH, Cherubini E (2003). An ID-like current that is downregulated by Ca2+ modulates information coding at CA3-CA3 synapses in the rat hippocampus. The Journal of Physiology-London 552:2:513-12. PMID: 14561833. Paper