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Articles  (Conference Proceedings & Book chapters are below)

[94] D. Mukherjee, B. Xue, C-T Chen, M. Chang, J P-Y. Kao, P O. Kanold, “Early retinal deprivation crossmodally alters nascent subplate circuits and activity in the auditory cortex during the precritical period”, in press, preprint in bioRxiv 2023

[93] Bowen, Z., Magnusson, G., Diep, M., Ayyangar, U., Smirnov, A., Kanold, P. O.,  Losert, W. .NeuroWRAP: Integrating, validating, and sharing neurodata analysis workflows. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics, 17. 2023

[92] H. Kang, P.O.Kanold,”Auditory memory of complex sounds in sparsely distributed, highly correlated neurons in the auditory cortex” bioRxiv 2023

[91] D. Luo, J. Liu, R. Auksztulewicz, T. Ka-Wing Yip, P.O. Kanold, J. W. H. Schnupp, “Hierarchical Deviant Processing in Auditory Cortex of Awake Mice”, bioRxiv 2023

[90] R. Deng, M. Chang, J.P-Y Kao, P. O. Kanold , “Cortical inhibitory but not excitatory synaptic transmission and circuit refinement are altered after the deletion of NMDA receptors during early development” Scientific Reports 2023

[89] B. Xue, X. Meng, J.P-Y Kao, P. O. Kanold , “Age-related changes in excitatory and inhibitory intra-cortical circuits in auditory cortex of C57Bl/6 mice” Hearing Research 2023

[88] D. Mukherjee, P. O. Kanold , “Changing subplate circuits: Early activity dependent circuit plasticity”, Front. Cell. Neurosci. 2023

[87] J.Liu, P. O. Kanold , “Interactive auditory task reveals complex sensory-action integration in mouse primary auditory cortex”, bioRxiv 2022

[86] J.Liu, K. Maximov, P. O. Kanold , “Automated head-fixation training system with high levels of animal participation in psychoacoustic tasks”, bioRxiv 2022

[85] K. Shilling-Scrivo, J. Mittelstadt, P. O. Kanold , “Decreased modulation of population correlations in auditory cortex is associated with decreased auditory detection performance in old mice”, J. Neuroscience 2022

[84] C J Kersbergen, T. A Babola, P. O Kanold, D. E Bergles, “Preservation of prehearing spontaneous activity enables early auditory system development in deaf mice”, bioRxiv 2022

[83] J.P. Ling, …, P. Kanold, …, R. Huganir, S. Blackshaw “Cell-specific regulation of gene expression using splicing-dependent frameshifting” Nature Communications 2022

[82] J. Whitt, G. Ewall, D. Chakraborty, A. Adegbesan, R. Lee, P. Kanold, and H-K Lee,
“Visual deprivation selectively reduces thalamic reticular nucleus-mediated inhibition of the auditory thalamus in adults”,  J. Neuroscience 2022

[81] X. Meng, B.C Borges, P. Long, P. O. Kanold, G. Corfas “Hypomyelination leads to alterations in inhibitory function and parvalbumin-positive neuron density in the auditory cortex”, Glia 2022, preprint in bioRxiv 2020

[80] B. Xue, J.P-Y Kao, P. O. Kanold , “Sex-specific age-related changes in excitatory and inhibitory intracortical circuits in mouse primary auditory cortex” bioRxiv 2022

[79] N. Francis , S. Mukherjee, L. Koçillari , S. Panzeri, B. Babadi, P. O. Kanold , “Sequential Transmission of Task-Relevant Information in Cortical Neuronal Networks”, Cell Reports 2022, preprint in bioRxiv 2021

[78] W. Shao, M. Chang, K. Emmerich, P. O. Kanold, J. S Mumm, Ji, Yi “Mesoscopic oblique plane microscopy (Meso-OPM) – enabling large-scale 4D isotropic cellular resolution imaging with a diffractive light sheet”, Optica 2022, preprint in bioRxiv 2022 

[77] H. Luhmann, P. O. Kanold , Z. Molnar, S. Vanhatalo “Early brain activity: translations between bedside and laboratory”, Progress in Neurobiology 2022

[76] B. Xue, J. Alipio, J.P-Y Kao, P. O. Kanold , “Perinatal opioid exposure results in persistent hypo-connectivity of excitatory circuits and reduced activity correlations in mouse primary auditory cortex” J. Neuroscience 2022

[75] P. O. Kanold , “Listening to Mom – How the Early Auditory Experience sculpts the Auditory Cortex of the Brain”, Acoustics Today 2022

[74] B. Xue, X. Meng, Y. Xu, J.P-Y Kao, P. O. Kanold , “Transient coupling between infragranular and subplate layers to Layer 1 neurons before ear opening and throughout the critical period depends on peripheral activity”, J. Neuroscience 2022, preprint in bioRxiv 2020

[73] D. Mukherjee*, X. Meng*, J.P-Y Kao, P. O. Kanold , “Impaired Hearing and Altered Subplate Circuits During the First and Second Postnatal Weeks of Otoferlin-Deficient Mice”,  Cerebral Cortex 2021

[72] A. Sheikh*, X. Meng*, J.P-Y Kao, P. O. Kanold , “Neonatal Hypoxia-Ischemia Causes Persistent Intracortical Circuit Changes in Layer 4 of Rat Auditory Cortex”, Cerebral Cortex 2021

[71] K. Shilling-Scrivo*, J. Mittelstadt*, P. O. Kanold , “Altered response dynamics and increased population correlation to tonal stimuli embedded in noise in aging auditory cortex”, J. Neuroscience 2021

[70] A. Rupasinghe , N. Francis , J. Liu , Z. Bowen , P. O. Kanold , B. Babadi, “Direct Extraction of Signal and Noise Correlations from Two-Photon Calcium Imaging of Ensemble Neuronal Activity”, eLife 2021

[69] M. Chang,  P.O. Kanold, “Development of Auditory Cortex Circuits”, JARO 2021

[68] X. Meng*, D. Mukherjee*, J.P-Y Kao, P.O. Kanold, “Early peripheral activity alters nascent subplate circuits in the auditory cortex” Science Advances 2021

[67]  J. Liu, P.O. Kanold, “Diversity of receptive fields and sideband inhibition with complex thalamocortical and intracortical origin in L2/3 of mouse primary auditory cortex”, in press  J Neuroscience 2021

[66] R. Deng, J.P-Y Kao, P.O. Kanold, “Aberrant development of excitatory circuits to inhibitory neurons in the primary visual cortex after neonatal binocular enucleation”, Scientific Reports, 2021

[65] Z. Molnar, H. Luhmann, P.O. Kanold, “Transient cortical circuits match spontaneous and sensory-driven activity during development”, Science 2020;  full free paper here: Abstract 2020, Full Text, Reprint PDF

[64] T. Ribeiro, S. Yu. D. Martin, D. Winkowski, P.O. Kanold, D. Chialvo, D. Plenz, “Trial-by-trial variability in cortical responses exhibits scaling in spatial correlations predicted from critical dynamics”, preprint in bioRxiv 2020

[63] J.B. Alipio, A.T. Brockett, M.E. Fox, S.S. Tennyson, C.A. deBrettencourt,  D. El-Metwally, N.A.Francis, P. O. Kanold, M.K. Lobo, M.R. Roesch, A.Keller, “Enduring Consequences of perinatal fentanyl exposure in mice”, Addiction Biology 2020, preprint in bioRxiv 2019 

[62] K. Solarana, J. Liu, Z. Bowen, H.-K. Lee, P. O. Kanold, “Temporary visual deprivation causes decorrelation of spatio-temporal population responses in adult mouse auditory cortex” eNeuro 2019

[61] Z. Bowen, D. E. Winkowski, P. O. Kanold, “Functional Organization of Mouse Primary Auditory Cortex in adult C57BL/6 and F1 (CBAxC57) mice”, Scientific Reports 2020, Preprint in bioRxiv 2019

[60] S. Murase, D.E. Winkowski, J.Liu, P. O. Kanold, E.M. Quinlan, “Homeostatic regulation of perisynaptic MMP9 activity in the amblyopic visual cortex. “, eLIFE 2019, preprint in bioRxiv 2019

[59] X. Meng, K. Solarana, Z. Bowen, , D.A. Nagode, J. Liu, A. Sheikh, D.E. Winkowski, J.P-Y Kao, P. O. Kanold, “Transient Subgranular Hyperconnectivity to L2/3 and Enhanced Pairwise Correlations During the Critical Period in the Mouse Auditory Cortex.”, Cerebral Cortex 2019

[58] N. Francis, K. Bohlke, P. O. Kanold, “Automated Behavioral Experiments in Mice Reveal Periodic Cycles of Task Engagement within Circadian Rhythms. “, eNeuro 2019

[57] Z. Bowen, D. E Winkowski, S. Seshadri, D. Plenz, P. O. Kanold, “Neuronal avalanches in input and associative layers of auditory cortex” Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 2019, preprint in bioRxiv 2019

[56]  J. Liu, M.R. Whiteway, A. Sheikhattar, D.A. Butts, B. Babadi, P. O. Kanold, “Parallel Processing of Sound Dynamics across Mouse Auditory Cortex via Spatially Patterened Thalamic Inputs and Distinct Areal Intracortical Circuits”, Cell Reports 2019

[55] P. O. Kanold, R. Deng, X. Meng, The integrative role of Silent Synapses on Subplate Neurons in Cortical Development and Dysfunction” Frontiers in Neuroanatomy 2019

[54] P. O. Kanold, “The first cortical circuits: Subplate neurons lead the way and shape cortical organization” Neuroforum 2019

[53] A. Sheikhattar, S. Miran, J. Liu, J.B. Fritz, S.A. Shamma, P. O. Kanold, B. Babadi, “Extracting neuronal functional network dynamics via adaptive Granger causality analysis” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2018

[52] N. Francis, D. E Winkowski, A. Sheikhattar, K. Armengol, B. Babadi, P. O. Kanold “Small networks Encode Decision-Making in Auditory Cortex”, Neuron 2018

[51] A. Hoerder-Suabedissen, S. Hayashi, L. Upton, Z. Nolan, D. Casas-Torremocha, E. Grant, S. Viswanathan, P. O. Kanold, F. Clasca, Y. Kim, Z. Molnár “Subset of Cortical Layer 6b Neurons Selectively Innervates Higher Order Thalamic Nuclei in Mice” Cerebral Cortex 2018

[50] A. Sheikh*, X. Meng*, J. Liu, A. Mikhailova, JPY. Kao, P. S. McQuillen, P. O. Kanold, “Neonatal Hypoxia-Ischemia Causes Functional Circuit Changes in Subplate Neurons”, Cerebral Cortex 2018 (Aminah’s Cover)

[49] S. Seshradi, A. Klaus, D. E Winkowski, P. O. Kanold, D. Plenz, “Altered avalanche dynamics in a developmental NMDR hypofunction model of cognitive impairment”, Translational Psychiatry 2018

[48] J.M. Wess,  A.Isaiah, P.W. Watkins, P. O. Kanold, “Subplate neurons are the first cortical neurons to respond to sensory stimuli”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2017

[47] J. U. Henschke, A M. Oelschlegel, F. Angenstein, F W. Ohl, J. Goldschmidt, P. O. Kanold, E. Budinger, “Early sensory experience influences the development of multisensory thalamocortical and intracortical connections of primary sensory cortices”, Brain Structure Function 2017

[46] X. Meng, D. E Winkowski, JPY. Kao, P. O. Kanold, “Sublaminar subdivision of mouse auditory cortex layer 2/3 based on functional translaminar connections”, J. Neuroscience 2017

[45] S. Aghayee, D. E Winkowski, Z. Bowen, E. E Marshall, M. J Harrington, P. O. Kanold, W. Losert, “Particle Tracking Facilitates Real Time Capable Motion Correction in 2D or 3D Two-Photon Imaging of Neuronal Activity” Frontiers in Neural Circuits 2017

[44] R. Deng, JPY. Kao, P.O. Kanold, “ Distinct Translaminar Glutamatergic Circuits to GABAergic Interneurons in the Neonatal Auditory Cortex”, Cell Reports 2017

[43] X. Meng, JPY. Kao, H-K. Lee, P.O. Kanold, “ Intracortical Circuits in Thalamorecipient Layers of Auditory Cortex Refine after Visual Deprivation”, eNeuro 2017

[42] A. Kazemipour, J. Liu, K. Solarana, D. Nagode, P. Kanold, M. Wu, B. Babadi, “Fast and Stable Signal Deconvolution via Compressible State-Space Models” IEEE Trans. on Biomedical Engineering 2017

[41] N. Francis N., P.O. Kanold ,”Automated Operant Conditioning in the Mouse Home Cage”, Frontiers Neural Circuits 2017

[40] D. Nagode, X. Meng, D. Winkowski, E. Smith, H. Khan-Tareen, V. Kareddy, J.P.Y. Kao, P.O. Kanold ”Abnormal development of the earliest cortical circuits in a mouse model of autism spectrum disorder”, Cell Reports, 18(5):1100-1108, 2017.

[39] D. Winkowski, D. Nagode, K. Donaldson, P. Yin, S.A. Shamma, J.B. Fritz, P.O. Kanold, “Orbitofrontal cortex neurons respond to sound and activate primary auditory cortex neurons”, Cerebral Cortex 2017

[38] S. Muralidharan, N.D.A. Dirda,E.J. Katz,CM. Tang, S. Bandyopadhyay, P.O. Kanold, J.P. Y. Kao “Ncm, a Photolabile Group for Preparation of Caged Molecules: Synthesis and Biological Application”, PLOS One 2016

[37] S. Viswanathan, A. Sheikh, L. Looger, P.O. Kanold, “Molecularly Defined Subplate Neurons Project Both to Thalamocortical Recipient Layers and Thalamus”, Cerebral Cortex 2016

[36] J. Mordel, A. Sheikh, S. Tsohataridis, P.O. Kanold, C.M. Zehendner, H.J. Luhmann, “Mild systemic inflammation and moderate hypoxia transiently alter neuronal excitability in mouse somatosensory cortex”, Neurobiology of Disease 2016

[35] X. Meng, JPY. Kao, H-K. Lee, P.O. Kanold, “Visual Deprivation Causes Refinement of Intracortical Circuits in the Auditory Cortex, Cell Reports 2015

[34] E. Petrus, G. Rodriguez, R. Patterson, B. Conner, P.O. Kanold, H-K. Lee, “Vision Loss Shifts the Balance of Feedforward and Intracortical Circuits in Opposite Directions in Mouse Primary Auditory and Visual Cortices”, Journal of Neuroscience 2015

[33] P.O. Kanold*, I. Nelken*, D.B. Polley*,”Local versus global scales of organization in auditory cortex”, Trends in Neuroscience 2014

[32] X. Meng, JPY. Kao, P.O. Kanold,”Differential signaling to subplate neurons by spatially specific silent synapses in developing auditory cortex”, Journal of Neuroscience 2014

[31] E. Petrus*, A. Isaiah*, AP. Jones, D. Li, H. Wang, H-K Lee, P.O. Kanold,”Crossmodal Induction of Thalamocortical Potentiation Leads to Enhanced Information Processing in the Auditory Cortex”, Neuron 2014 (F1000 review, BBC, NPR, Washington Post,, Voice of America)

[30] PV. Watkins, JPY Kao, P.O. Kanold,”Spatial pattern of intra-laminar connectivity in supragranular mouse auditory cortex “, Frontiers in Neural Circuits 2014

[29] D. Winkowski*, S. Bandyopadhyay*, S. Shamma, P.O. Kanold,”Frontal cortex activation causes rapid plasticity of auditory cortical processing”, Journal of Neuroscience 2013

[28] D. Winkowski, P.O. Kanold,”Laminar transformation of frequency organization in auditory cortex”, Journal of Neuroscience 2013

[27] MM Helmy, E. Ruusuvuori PV Watkins, J Voipio, P.O. Kanold, K. Kaila”Acid extrusion via blood-brain barrier causes alkalosis and seizures after neonatal asphyxia”, Brain 2012

[26] S. Viswanathan, S. Bandyopadhyay, JPY. Kao, P.O. Kanold,”Changing microcircuits in the subplate of the developing cortex”, Journal of Neuroscience 2012

[25] E. Tolner*, A. Sheikh*, A. Yukin, K. Kaila, P.O. Kanold,”Subplate neurons promote spindle bursts and thalamocortical patterning in the neonatal rat somatosensory cortex”, Journal of Neuroscience 2012

[24] F. Postma, CH. Liu, C. Dietsche, M. Khan, HK. Lee, D. Paul, P.O. Kanold,”Electrical synapses formed by connexin 36 regulate inhibition- and experience dependent plasticity”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2011

[23] K. He, A. Lee, L. Song, P.O. Kanold, HK. Lee, “AMPA receptor subunit GluR1 (GluA1) serine-845 site is involved in synaptic depression but not in spine shrinkage associated with chemical long-term depression”, J. Neurophysiology 2011

[22] P.O. Kanold, K.A. Davis, E. D. Young, “Somatosensory context alters auditory responses in the cochlear nucleus”, J. Neurophysiology 2011

[21] P.O. Kanold, H. J. Luhmann, “The subplate and early cortical circuits”, Annual Review of Neuroscience 2010

[20] D.A. Butts, P.O. Kanold,”The applicability of spike time dependent plasticity to development”, Frontiers in Synaptic Neuroscience 2010

[19] S. Bandyopadhyay, S. Shamma, P.O. Kanold,”Dichotomy of functional organization in the mouse auditory cortex”,  Nature Neuroscience, 2010.  see News & Views by Castro and Kandler

[18] Zhao, JPY Kao, P.O. Kanold,”Functional microcircuits in neonatal cortex connect thalamus and layer 4″, Journal of Neuroscience, 29(49):15479-88, 2009.

[17] A. Datwani, M.J. McConnell, P.O. Kanold, K.D. Micheva, B. Busse, M. Shamloo, S.J. Smith, and C.J. Shatz,, “Classical MHCI molecules regulate retinogeniculate refinement and limit ocular dominance plasticity”, Neuron, 64: 463–470, 2009

[16] P.O. Kanold, “Subplate neurons: crucial regulators of cortical development and plasticity”, Frontiers in Neuroanatomy, 3:16, 2009

[15] P.O. Kanold, Y.A. Kim, T. GrandPre, C. J. Shatz, “Co-regulation of Ocular Dominance Plasticity and NMDA Receptor Subunit Expression in Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase-65 Knock-Out Mice.”, J. Physiology (London), 587(Pt12):2857-67, 2009

[14] A. Cassady, S. L. Denham, P. Kanold, A. Andreou, “FPGA Based Silicon Spiking Neural Array”, IEEE BioCAS 2007, Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference, Montreal, Canada, 2007

[13] D.A. Butts, P.O. Kanold, C.J Shatz,”A burst-based “Hebbian learning rule at the retinogeniculate synapse links retinal waves and activity-dependent refinement”, PLOS Biology, 2007

[12] P.O. Kanold, C.J. Shatz, “Subplate Neurons Regulate Maturation of Cortical Inhibition and Outcome of Ocular Dominance Plasticity”, Neuron 2006

[11] J. Syken, T. GrandPre, P.O. Kanold, C.J Shatz,”PirB Restricts the Extent of Ocular Dominance Plasticity in Visual Cortex”, Science, 2006

[10] Y. Tagawa*, P.O. Kanold*, M. Majdan, C. J. Shatz, ” Multiple periods of functional ocular dominance plasticity in mouse visual cortex “, Nature Neuroscience 2005, *equal contribution, HMS focus article

[9] M. Atzori, P.O. Kanold, J.V. Flores-Hernandez, J.C. Pineda, R.D. Paz, ” Dopamine prevents acetylcholine-induced decrease of glutamate release in the auditory cortex “, Neuroscience 2005

[8] P.O. Kanold, P.B. Manis, ” Encoding the timing of inhibitory inputs “, Journal of Neurophysiol. 2005

[7] P.O. Kanold ” Transient microcircuits formed by subplate neurons and their role in functional development of thalamocortical connection “, Neuroreport, 2004

[6] P.O. Kanold, P. Kara, R.C. Reid, C.J. Shatz, ” Role of Subplate Neurons in Functional Maturation of Visual Cortical Columns “, Science 2003, see also Arber, S TINS 2004, and HMS Focus article

[5] M. Atzori, P.O. Kanold, J.C. Pineda, J. Flores-Hernandez, ” Dopamine-acetylcholine interactions in the modulation of glutamate release “, Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2003

[4] P.O. Kanold, E.D. Young, ” Proprioceptive Information from the Pinna Provides Somatosensory Input to Cat Dorsal Cochlear Nucleus “, Journal of Neuroscience, 2001

[3] Atzori M, Lei S, Evans DI, Kanold P.O, Phillips-Tansey E, McIntyre O, McBain CJ., ” Differential synaptic processing separates stationary from transient inputs to the auditory cortex “, Nature Neuroscience, 2001

[2] P.O. Kanold, P.B. Manis, ” Discharge pattern regulation in dorsal cochlear nucleus pyramidal cells by transient potassium currents: An investigation with a physiologically-based computational model “, Journal of Neurosphys., 2001

[1] P.O. Kanold, P.B. Manis, ” Transient potassium currents regulate the discharge pattern of dorsal cochlear nucleus pyramidal cells “, Journal of Neuroscience, 1999

Conference proceedings

[CP10] Aghayee S, Kanold P, Losert W. Novel strategies for holographic optical activation of neurons.  Bulletin of the American Physical Society 2019.

[CP9] Aghayee S, Kanold P, Losert W. Developing new experimental techniques to understand neuronal networks.  Bulletin of the American Physical Society 2018. 

[CP8] Aghayee S, Kanold P, Losert W. Reliable targeting method for in vivo photo-stimulation of neurons.  Bulletin of the American Physical Society 2018. 

[CP7] Kramida G, Aloimonos Y, Parameshwara C, Fermüller C, Francis N, Kanold P. Automated Mouse Behavior Recognition using VGG Features and LSTM Networks.  Visual observation and analysis of Vertebrate and Insect Behavior VAIB 2016

[CP6] Kazemipour A, Liu J, Kanold P, Wu M, Babadi B. Efficient Estimation of Compressible State-Space Models with Application to Calcium Signal Deconvolution.  2016 IEEE Global Conference on Signal and Information Processing (GlobalSIP) 2016.

[CP5] Aghayee S, Winkowski D, Kanold P, Losert W. Multi-point optical manipulation and simultaneous imaging of neural circuits through wavefront phase modulation.  Proc SPIE 9548, Optical Trapping and Optical Micromanipulation XII 2015

[CP4] P. Kanold, M. Block, Th. Selinger, M. Talmi, W. Yan, W. Zhang, “Test and Monitoring of an HDTV MPEG-2 Video Decoder using the TMS320C40”, Proceedings of ICSPAT, Dallas, 1994

[CP3] S. Yao, P. Kanold, “An Efficient Placement Tool for Gate Array Layout”, Proceedings of ASICON, Beijing, 1994

[CP2] Th. Selinger, M. Block, P. Kanold, M. Talmi, W. Yan, W. Zhang, M. Zieger, “A Chipset for a Single Board MPEG-2 SSP@H-1440L HDTV-Decoder”, International Workshop on HDTV, Torino, 1994

[CP1] M. Talmi, M. Block, P. Kanold, Th. Selinger, W. Yan, W. Zhang, M. Zieger, “VLSI realization of a hierarchical MPEG-2 TV&HDTV decoder”, Visual Communications and Image Processing,Abstract,VSPIE Vol. 2308 p. 1734-1741, 1994


Book chapters

[B5]  Goodrich L.V., Kanold P.O., Functional Circuit Development in the Auditory System (2020), Chapter 2.

[B4] Kanold P, Budinger E. Auditory Cortex Circuits. In: Oliver D, Cant N, editors. The Mammalian Auditory Pathways: Springer; 2018. p. 199-233.

[B3] CE Schreiner, P.O. Kanold, H. Ojima, SA Shamma, SG Lomber, “Auditory Cortical Function: Insights from Current Approaches”, Acoustics Today 2012

[B2] P.O. Kanold, E.D. Young, P.B. Manis, “Auditory-somatosensory interactions in the dorsal cochlear nucleus”, In: Psychophysical and Physiological Bases of Auditory Function, Houtsma A.J.M., Kohlrausch, A., Prijs V.F., Schoonhoven, R., Eds., Shaker Publishing, Maastricht, pp.190-196, 2000

[B1] P.B. Manis, P.O. Kanold, S.C. Molitor,”Cellular physiology of pyramidal and cartwheel cells of the dorsal cochlear nucleus”, In: Psychophysical and Physiological Advances in Hearing, 11th International Symposium on Hearing, Palmer, A.R., Rees, A., Summerfield, A.Q. and Meddis, R., Eds. Whurr Publishers, London, England. pp. 221-227, 1998.



[O1]     Kanold P. Subplate neurons and functional maturation of thalamocortical synapses. ATS Bio. 2003.