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Behavioral evidence for feedback gain control by the substantia nigra

biorxiv
preprint

Desensitized D2 autoreceptors are resistant to trafficking

Scientific Reports
7: 4379

Deconstructing behavioral neuropharmacology with cellular specificity

Science
356: eaaj2161

Opponent and bidirectional control of movement velocity in the basal ganglia

Nature
533(7603):402-6

Dopamine is required for the neural representation and control of movement vigor

Cell
162(6): 1418-30

A specific component of the evoked potential mirrors phasic dopamine neuron activity during conditioning

Journal of Neuroscience
35(29): 10451-10459

The inhibitory microcircuit of the substantia nigra provides feedback gain control

eLIFE
3:e02397

Precise spatial coding is preserved along the longitudinal hippocampal axis

Hippocampus
24(12):1533-48

Mice infer probabilistic models for timing

PNAS
110(42): 17154-17159

RIVETS: a 3D printable system for in vivo and in vitro electrophysiology and imaging

PLoS ONE
9(2): e89007

Chapter 17: The Basal Ganglia

The Rat Nervous System
4th edition

Neural signals of extinction in the inhibitory microcircuit of the ventral midbrain

Nature Neuroscience
16(1):71-8

Inputs to the dorsal striatum of the mouse conserve the parallel circuit architecture of the forebrain

Frontiers in Neuroanatomy
4:147

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