“Neonatal Hypoxia-Ischemia Causes Functional Circuit Changes in Subplate Neurons”. Read it here in Cerebral Cortex
Great collaboration with McQuillen lab at UCSF (Mcquillen lab).
Read it here in PNAS:
L2/3 of auditory cortex has distinct functional subcurcuits and sublaminar organization. Read Ying’s paper here.
Distinct Translaminar Glutamatergic Circuits to GABAergic Interneurons in the Neonatal Auditory Cortex. Get it from Cell Reports.
Ying’s paper showing that intracortical circuits in thalamorecipient layers of auditory cortex refine after visual deprivation is published in eNeuro.
Nik’s paper describing a low-cost automated system for training mice on auditory tasks within their home cage is out:
Our paper on abnormal development of subplate neurons in a rodent model of autism is out:
Orbitofrontal Cortex Neurons Respond to Sound and Activate Primary Auditory Cortex Neurons.
Check it out: