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Dr Boubker Zaaimi
Mark Turnbull
Dr Anupam Hazra
Dr Yujiang Wang
Dr Carolina Gandara De Souza
et al.
Closed-loop optogenetic control of normal and pathological network dynamics2022
Dimitrios Firfilionis
Frances Hutchings
Dr Reza Tamadoni Jahromi
Dr Darren Walsh
Mark Turnbull
et al.
A Closed-Loop Optogenetic Platform2021
Dr Clare Tweedy
Nathan Kindred
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Dr Daniel Erskine
Dr Christopher Morris
et al.
Hippocampal network hyperexcitability in young transgenic mice expressing human mutant alpha-synuclein2021
Dan Hayman
Dr Tamara Modebadze
Sarah Charlton
Kat Cheung
Dr Jamie Soul
et al.
Increased hippocampal excitability in miR-324-null mice2021
Edward Fielder
Dr Clare Tweedy
Dr Caroline Wilson
Professor Fiona Oakley
Dr Fiona LeBeau
et al.
Anti-inflammatory treatment rescues memory deficits during aging in nfkb1−/− mice2020
Dr Myrto Stylianou
Dr Boubker Zaaimi
Professor Alan Thomas
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Dr Fiona LeBeau
et al.
Early Disruption of Cortical Sleep-Related Oscillations in a Mouse Model of Dementia With Lewy Bodies (DLB) Expressing Human Mutant (A30P) Alpha-Synuclein2020
Sabine Gretenkord
Dr Bas Olthof
Myrto Stylianou
Professor Adrian Rees
Dr Sasha Gartside
et al.
Electrical stimulation of the ventral tegmental area (VTA) evokes sleep-like state transitions under urethane anaesthesia in the rat medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC) via dopamine D1-like receptors2020
Dr Zhe Kang Law
Carein Todd
Ramtin Mehraram
Julia Schumacher
Dr Mark Baker
et al.
The role of EEG in the diagnosis, prognosis and clinical correlations of Dementia with Lewy Bodies—a systematic review2020
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Ian McKeith
Professor John-Paul Taylor
What electrophysiology tells us about Alzheimer's disease: a window into the synchronization and connectivity of brain neurons2020
Dr Paul Keane
Dr Peter Hanson
Lina Patterson
Professor Peter Blain
Philippa Hepplewhite
et al.
Trichloroethylene and its metabolite TaClo lead to degeneration of substantia nigra dopaminergic neurones: Effects in wild type and human A30P mutant α-synuclein mice 2019
Emma Robson
Clare Tweedy
Dr NELSON Manzanza
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Fiona Randall
et al.
Impaired Fast Network Oscillations and Mitochondrial Dysfunction in a Mouse Model of Alpha-synucleinopathy (A30P)2018
Myrto Stylianou
Dr Nik Murphy
Dr Luis Peraza Rodriguez
Dr Sara Graziadio
Dr Ruth Cromarty
et al.
Quantitative electroencephalography as a marker of cognitive fluctuations in dementia with Lewy bodies and aid to differential diagnosis2018
Sabine Gretenkord
Professor Adrian Rees
Professor Miles Whittington
Dr Sasha Gartside
Dr Fiona LeBeau
et al.
Dorsal vs. ventral differences in fast Up-state-associated oscillations in the medial prefrontal cortex of the urethane-anesthetized rat2017
Natalie Adams
Professor Miles Whittington
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Hetereogeneity in Neuronal Intrinsic Properties: A Possible Mechanism for Hub-Like Properties of the Rat Anterior Cingulate Cortex during Network Activity2017
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Daniel Collerton
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Emeritus Professor Elaine Perry
Cholinergic pathology in dementia with Lewy bodies2016
Vasileios Glykos
Professor Miles Whittington
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Subregional differences in the generation of fast network oscillations in the rat medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC) in vitro2015
Dr Claire Gillougley
Dr Georgia Rentesi
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Mark Cunningham
Divergent actions of a Kv3 positive modulator on gamma frequency oscillations in the mammalian neocortex in vitro2014
Vasileios Glykos
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Bidirectional modulation of hippocampal gamma (20–80 Hz) frequency activity in vitro via alpha(α)- and beta(β)-adrenergic receptors (AR)2013
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Cortical network oscillations in Alzheimer's disease: insights from rodent models2013
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Minimal size of cell assemblies coordinated by gamma oscillations2012
Professor Miles Whittington
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Dr Claudia Racca
Multiple origins of the cortical gamma rhythm2011
Mary Johnson
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Emeritus Professor Elaine Perry
Partial loss of parvalbumin-containing hippocampal interneurons in dementia with Lewy bodies2011
Dr Anita Roopun
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Miles Whittington
Cholinergic neuromodulation controls directed temporal communication in neocortex in vitro2010
Dr Steven Middleton
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Dr Anita Roopun
Professor Miles Whittington
Professor Mark Cunningham
et al.
NMDA receptor-dependent switching between different gamma rhythm-generating microcircuits in entorhinal cortex2008
Dr David Cox
Dr Claudia Racca
Dr Fiona LeBeau
β-adrenergic receptors are differentially expressed in distinct interneuron subtypes in the rat hippocampus2008
Dr Steven Middleton
Dr Claudia Racca
Dr Helen Garner
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
et al.
Beta rhythms (15-20 Hz) generated by nonreciprocal communication in hippocampus2007
Dr Claudia Racca
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Miles Whittington
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Impairment of hippocampal gamma (γ)-frequency oscillations in vitro in mice overexpressing human amyloid precursor protein (APP)2007
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Steven Middleton
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
Recruitment of Parvalbumin-Positive Interneurons Determines Hippocampal Function and Associated Behavior2007
Dr Anita Roopun
Dr Steven Middleton
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
et al.
A beta2-frequency (20-30 Hz) oscillation in nonsynaptic networks of somatosensory cortex2006
Professor Mark Cunningham
Judith Hunt
Dr Steven Middleton
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
et al.
Region-specific reduction in entorhinal gamma oscillations and parvalbumin-immunoreactive neurons in animal models of psychiatric illness2006
Dr Claudia Racca
Professor Mark Cunningham
Judith Hunt
Dr Steven Middleton
Dr Fiona LeBeau
et al.
Region-specific reduction in entorhinal gamma oscillations and parvalbumin-immunoreactive neurons in animal models of psychiatric illness2006
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Microcircuits in action - From CPGs to neocortex2005
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
Oscillatory activity within rat substantia gelatinosa in vitro: a role for chemical and electrical neurotransmission2005
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Miles Whittington
Persistent gamma oscillations in superficial layers of rat auditory neocortex: experiment and model2005
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Dr Anita Roopun
Professor Miles Whittington
Single-Column Thalamocortical Network Model Exhibiting Gamma Oscillations, Sleep Spindles, and Epileptogenic Bursts2005
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Synaptic pathways in neural microcircuits2005
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
Transient Depression of Excitatory Synapses on Interneurons Contributes to Epileptiform Bursts During Gamma Oscillations in the Mouse Hippocampal Slice2005
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Tuning the network: Modulation of neuronal microcircuits in the spinal cord and hippocampus2005
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Miles Whittington
Dr Anita Roopun
Dr Fiona LeBeau
A role for fast rhythmic bursting neurons in cortical gamma oscillations in vitro2004
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
Cellular mechanisms of neuronal population oscillations in the hippocampus in vitro2004
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
Contrasting roles of axonal (pyramidal cell) and dendritic (interneuron) electrical coupling in the generation of neuronal network oscillations2003
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
GABA-enhanced collective behavior in neuronal axons underlies persistent gamma-frequency oscillations2003
Professor Miles Whittington
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Sharp Wave-Like Activity in the Hippocampus In Vitro in Mice Lacking the Gap Junction Protein Connexin 362003
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
The role of electrical signalling via gap junctions in the generation of fast network oscillations2003
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
A model of atropine-resistant theta oscillations in rat hippocampal area CA12002
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
Fast network oscillations in the rat dentate gyrus in vitro2002
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
Fast network oscillations induced by potassium transients in the rat hippocampus in vitro2002
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
Fast network oscillations induced by potassium transients in the rat hippocampus in vitro2002
Professor Miles Whittington
Dr Fiona LeBeau
A possible role for gap junctions in generation of very fast EEG oscillations preceding the onset of, and perhaps initiating, seizures2001
Professor Miles Whittington
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Differential expression of synaptic and non-synaptic mechanisms underlying stimulus-induced gamma oscillations in vitro2001
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
Gap junctions between interneuron dendrites can enhance synchrony of gamma oscillations in distributed networks2001
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
Impaired Electrical Signaling Disrupts Gamma Frequency Oscillations in Connexin 36-Deficient Mice2001
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Adrian Rees
Iontophoresis in vivo demonstrates a key role for GABAA and glycinergic inhibition in shaping frequency response areas in the inferior colliculus of guinea pig2001
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Adrian Rees
Iontophoretic studies in the inferior colliculus in vivo demonstrate a key role for GABA and glycine receptor mediated inhibition in shaping frequency response areas2001
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Physiology of the GABA and Glycine system2001
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
A model of gamma-frequency network oscillations induced in the rat CA3 region by carbachol in vitro2000