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Fear Learning Regulates Cortical Sensory Representations by Suppressing Habituation. Gillet, S.N., Kato, H.K., Justen, M.A., Lai, M., and Isaaacson, J.S. (2018). Front. Neural Circuits. |doi.org/10.3389/fncir.2017.00112 [PDF]

Network-level control of frequency tuning in auditory cortex. Kato, H.K., Asinof, S.K., and Isaacson, J.S. Neuron, (2017). [PDF]

Flexible sensory representations in auditory cortex driven by behavioral relevance. Kato, H.K., Gillet, S.N., and Isaacson, J.S. Neuron, (2015). [PDF]

Somatostatin cells regulate sensory response fidelity via subtractive inhibition in olfactory cortex. Sturgill, J.F. and Isaacson, J.S. Nature Neuroscience, (2015). [PDF]

Broadcasting of cortical activity to the olfactory bulb. Boyd, A.M., Kato, H.K., Komiyama, T., and Isaacson, J.S. Cell Reports, 10: 1032-1039, (2015). [PDF]

Single dendrite-targeting interneurons generate branch-specific inhibition. Stokes, C..C.A, Teeter, C.M., Isaacson, J.S. Front. Neural Circuits, (2014) |doi: 10.3389/fncir.2014.00139. [PDF]

Parvalbumin-expressing interneurons linearly control olfactory bulb output.
Kato, H.K., Gillet, S.N., Peters, A.J., Isaacson, J.S., Komiyama, T. Neuron, 80: 1218-31, (2013). [PDF] [Preview]

Cortical feedback control of olfactory bulb circuits. Boyd, A.M., Sturgill, J.F., Poo, C. and Isaacson. J.S. Neuron, 76: 1161-74, (2012). [PDF] [Preview]

Dynamic sensory representations in the olfactory bulb: modulation by wakefulness and experience. Kato, H.K., Chu, M.W., Isaacson, J.S., Komiyama, T. Neuron, 76: 962-75, (2012). [PDF] [video abstract]

A major role for intracortical circuits in the strength and tuning of odor-evoked excitation in olfactory cortex. Poo, C. and Isaacson, J.S. Neuron, 72: 41-8, (2011). [PDF] [Preview]

Pyramidal cells in piriform cortex receive convergent input from distinct olfactory bulb glomeruli. Apicella A, Yuan Q, Scanziani M, Isaacson JS. J. Neuroscience. 30: 14255-60, (2010). [PDF]

From dendrite to soma: dynamic routing of inhibition by complementary interneuron microcircuits in olfactory cortex. Stokes, C.C.A and Isaacson, J.S. Neuron, 67:452-65, (2010) [PDF] [Preview]

Odor representations in olfactory cortex: “sparse” coding, global inhibition, and oscillations. Poo, C. and Isaacson, J.S. Neuron, 62: 850-861, 2009. [PDF] [Preview]

L-type calcium channels govern calcium signaling in migrating newborn neurons in the postnatal olfactory bulb. Darcy, D.P. and Isaacson, J.S. J. Neuroscience. 29: 2510-8, 2009. [PDF]

An early critical period for long-term plasticity and structural modification of sensory synapses in olfactory cortex. Poo, C. and Isaacson, J.S. J. Neuroscience. 27: 7553-8, 2007. [PDF]

Strong single-fiber sensory inputs to olfactory cortex: implications for olfactory coding. Franks, K.M. and Isaacson, J.S. Neuron, 49:357-63, 2006. [PDF]

Synapse specific downregulation of NMDA receptors by early experience: a critical period for plasticity of sensory input to olfactory cortex. Franks, K. M., and Isaacson, J. S. Neuron, 7: 101-14, 2005. [PDF] [Preview]

Intraglomerular inhibition: signaling mechanisms of an olfactory microcircuit. Murphy, G. J., Darcy, D. P., and Isaacson, J. S. Nature Neuroscience 8, 354-364, 2005. [PDF]

Sensory neuron signaling to the brain: properties of transmitter release from olfactory nerve terminals. Murphy GJ, Glickfeld LL, Balsen Z, Isaacson JS. J Neuroscience. 24:3023-30, 2004. [PDF]

In vivo whole-cell recording of odor-evoked synaptic transmission in the rat olfactory bulb. Cang, J. and Isaacson, J.S. J. Neuroscience. 23: 4108-4116, 2003. [PDF]

Presynaptic cyclic nucleotide-gated ion channels modulate neurotransmission in the mammalian olfactory bulb. Murphy, G.J. and Isaacson, J.S. Neuron. 37: 639-647, 2003. [PDF]

Glutamate-mediated extrasynaptic inhibition: direct coupling of NMDA receptors to Ca2+-activated K+ channels. Isaacson, J.S. and Murphy, G.J. Neuron. 31: 1027-1034, 2001. [PDF] [Preview]


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