CNL Publication Index: BibTeX
This database contains all the publications of Terrence J. Sejnowski starting in 1969.
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- Coggan, J. S. Bartol, T. M. Jr. Esquenazi, E. I. Stiles, J. R. Lamont, S. Martone, M. E. Berg, D. K. Ellisman, M. H. Sejnowski, T. J. Evidence for Ectopic Neurotransmission at a Neuronal Synapse, Science, 39, 446-451, 2005 (PDF)
- Coggan, J.S. Cerina,M. Goebel,K. Sejnowski,T.J. Meuth,S.G. Prescott,S.A. Subcellular Cooperativity and Ectopic Spiking in Demyelinated Axon Models and Thalamocortical Circuits, Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2013 (PDF)
- Coggan, J.S. Bartol, T.M. Prescott, S.A. Sejnowski, T. J. Conductance Imbalances Link Diverse Symptoms of Demyelination Diseases, 2010 (PDF)
- Coggan, J.S. Sejnowski, T. J. Effects of cellular adaptations to partial demyelination on spike patterns in a model axon., Biophysical Society Abstract, 2010 (PDF)
- Coggan, J.S. Prescott, S.A. Bartol, T.M. Sejnowski, T. J. Dynamical analysis of multi-phase axonal intrinsic excitability, HHMI, Chevy Chase, 2010 (PDF)
- Coggan, J.S. Bartol, T.M. Sejnowski, T. J. Rethinking Axonal Intrinsic Excitability with a Computational Model of Demyelination., Biophysical Society Abstract, 2009 (PDF)
- Coggan, J.S. Prescott, S.A. Bartol, T.M. Sejnowski, T. J. New Metrics of Intrinsic axonal excitability from a computational model of demyelination, Biophyscial Society, Boston, 2009 (PDF)
- Coggan, J.S. Lopreore, C.L. Bartol, T.M. Sosinsky, G.E. Ellisman, M.H. Sejnowski, T. J. Stevens, C.F. Visualization of axon conduction failure at a node of Ranvier in a multi-scale computational model, Biophysical Society, Long Beach, 2008 (PDF)
- Coggan, J.S. Lopreore, C.L. Bartol, T.M. Keller, D.X. Sosinsky, G.E. Sejnowski, T. J. and Ellisman, M.H. Compartment and electrodiffusion models of myelinated axon conduction reliability, Soc for Neuroscience, Atlanta, 2006 (PDF)