Here are the most recent 100 publications by Berkeley Neuroscience faculty. Click here to view all faculty publications on PubMed.

Detection of Successful and Unsuccessful Pregnancies in Mice within Hours of Pairing through Frequency Analysis of High Temporal Resolution Core Body Temperature Data.

Related Articles Detection of Successful and Unsuccessful Pregnancies in Mice within Hours of Pairing through Frequency Analysis of High Temporal Resolution Core Body Temperature Data. PLoS One. 2016;11(7):e0160127 Authors: Smarr BL, Zucker I, Kriegsfeld LJ Abstract Many controllable factors negatively impact fetal development, underscoring the importance of early pregnancy detection and identification of events that […]

Epileptiform activity and spreading depolarization in the blood-brain barrier-disrupted peri-infarct hippocampus are associated with impaired GABAergic inhibition and synaptic plasticity.

Related Articles Epileptiform activity and spreading depolarization in the blood-brain barrier-disrupted peri-infarct hippocampus are associated with impaired GABAergic inhibition and synaptic plasticity. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab. 2017 May;37(5):1803-1819 Authors: Lippmann K, Kamintsky L, Kim SY, Lublinsky S, Prager O, Nichtweiss JF, Salar S, Kaufer D, Heinemann U, Friedman A Abstract Peri-infarct opening of the […]

Does puberty mark a transition in sensitive periods for plasticity in the associative neocortex?

Related Articles Does puberty mark a transition in sensitive periods for plasticity in the associative neocortex? Brain Res. 2017 Jan 01;1654(Pt B):123-144 Authors: Piekarski DJ, Johnson CM, Boivin JR, Thomas AW, Lin WC, Delevich K, M Galarce E, Wilbrecht L Abstract Postnatal brain development is studded with sensitive periods during which experience dependent plasticity is […]

Remodeling of ER-exit sites initiates a membrane supply pathway for autophagosome biogenesis.

Related Articles Remodeling of ER-exit sites initiates a membrane supply pathway for autophagosome biogenesis. EMBO Rep. 2017 Jul 28;: Authors: Ge L, Zhang M, Kenny SJ, Liu D, Maeda M, Saito K, Mathur A, Xu K, Schekman R Abstract Autophagosomes are double-membrane vesicles generated during autophagy. Biogenesis of the autophagosome requires membrane acquisition from intracellular […]

“High-Throughput Characterization of Region-Specific Mitochondrial Function and Morphology”.

Related Articles “High-Throughput Characterization of Region-Specific Mitochondrial Function and Morphology”. Sci Rep. 2017 Jul 27;7(1):6749 Authors: Daniele JR, Esping DJ, Garcia G, Parsons LS, Arriaga EA, Dillin A Abstract The tissue-specific etiology of aging and stress has been elusive due to limitations in data processing of current techniques. Despite that many techniques are high-throughput, they […]

Measuring Behavioral Individuality in the Acoustic Startle Behavior in Zebrafish.

Related Articles Measuring Behavioral Individuality in the Acoustic Startle Behavior in Zebrafish. Bio Protoc. 2017 Apr 05;7(7): Authors: Pantoja C, Hoagland A, Carroll E, Schoppik D, Isacoff EY Abstract The objective of this protocol is to provide a detailed description for the construction and use of a behavioral apparatus, the zBox, for high-throughput behavioral measurements […]

Sleep and Human Aging.

Related Articles Sleep and Human Aging. Neuron. 2017 Apr 05;94(1):19-36 Authors: Mander BA, Winer JR, Walker MP Abstract Older adults do not sleep as well as younger adults. Why? What alterations in sleep quantity and quality occur as we age, and are there functional consequences? What are the underlying neural mechanisms that explain age-related sleep […]

Voltage Imaging: Pitfalls and Potential.

Related Articles Voltage Imaging: Pitfalls and Potential. Biochemistry. 2017 Jul 26;: Authors: Kulkarni RU, Miller EW Abstract Optical methods for interrogating membrane potential changes in neurons promise to revolutionize our ability to dissect the activity of individual cells embedded in neural circuits underlying behavior and sensation. A number of voltage imaging strategies have emerged in […]

Size Matters: How C. elegans Asymmetric Divisions Regulate Apoptosis.

Related Articles Size Matters: How C. elegans Asymmetric Divisions Regulate Apoptosis. Results Probl Cell Differ. 2017;61:141-163 Authors: Teuliere J, Garriga G Abstract Apoptosis is a form of programmed cell death used by metazoans to eliminate abnormal cells, control cell number, and shape the development of organs. The use of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans as a […]

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