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Simon Alford
Sweeney Professor of Basic Science and Head of Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of Illinois at
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Long-term potentiation of NMDA receptor-mediated synaptic transmission in the hippocampus
ZI Bashir, S Alford, SN Davies, AD Randall, GL Collingridge
Nature 349 (6305), 156-158, 1991
4631991
Characterization of Ca2+ signals induced in hippocampal CA1 neurones by the synaptic activation of NMDA receptors.
S Alford, BG Frenguelli, JG Schofield, GL Collingridge
The Journal of physiology 469 (1), 693-716, 1993
3071993
G protein βγ subunit-mediated presynaptic inhibition: regulation of exocytotic fusion downstream of Ca2+ entry
T Blackmer, EC Larsen, M Takahashi, TFJ Martin, S Alford, HE Hamm
Science 292 (5515), 293-297, 2001
2802001
Metabotropic glutamate receptor–mediated control of neurotransmitter release
AJ Cochilla, S Alford
Neuron 20 (5), 1007-1016, 1998
2081998
Gβγ acts at the C terminus of SNAP-25 to mediate presynaptic inhibition
T Gerachshenko, T Blackmer, EJ Yoon, C Bartleson, HE Hamm, S Alford
Nature neuroscience 8 (5), 597-605, 2005
2062005
G protein βγ directly regulates SNARE protein fusion machinery for secretory granule exocytosis
T Blackmer, EC Larsen, C Bartleson, JA Kowalchyk, EJ Yoon, ...
Nature neuroscience 8 (4), 421-425, 2005
2012005
Imaging synaptic activity in intact brain and slices with FM1-43 in C. elegans, lamprey, and rat
AR Kay, A Alfonso, S Alford, HT Cline, AM Holgado, B Sakmann, ...
Neuron 24 (4), 809-817, 1999
1861999
Properties of transmission at a giant glutamatergic synapse in cerebellum: the mossy fiber-unipolar brush cell synapse
DJ Rossi, S Alford, E Mugnaini, NT Slater
Journal of neurophysiology 74 (1), 24-42, 1995
1771995
The involvement of GABAB receptors and coupled G-proteins in spinal GABAergic presynaptic inhibition
S Alford, S Grillner
Journal of Neuroscience 11 (12), 3718-3726, 1991
1401991
Connecting brains to robots: an artificial body for studying the computational properties of neural tissues
BD Reger, KM Fleming, V Sanguineti, S Alford, FA Mussa-Ivaldi
Artificial life 6 (4), 307-324, 2000
1362000
Presynaptic GABAA and GABAB Receptor‐mediated Phasic Modulation in Axons of Spinal Motor Interneurons
S Alford, J Christenson, S Grillner
European journal of neuroscience 3 (2), 107-117, 1991
1131991
Gβγ interferes with Ca2+-dependent binding of synaptotagmin to the soluble N-ethylmaleimide-sensitive factor attachment protein receptor (SNARE) complex
EJ Yoon, T Gerachshenko, BD Spiegelberg, S Alford, HE Hamm
Molecular pharmacology 72 (5), 1210-1219, 2007
982007
A descending dopamine pathway conserved from basal vertebrates to mammals
D Ryczko, JJ Cone, MH Alpert, L Goetz, F Auclair, C Dubé, M Parent, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (17), E2440-E2449, 2016
942016
Forebrain dopamine neurons project down to a brainstem region controlling locomotion
D Ryczko, S Grätsch, F Auclair, C Dubé, S Bergeron, MH Alpert, JJ Cone, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (34), E3235-E3242, 2013
902013
Endogenous activation of glycine and NMDA receptors in lamprey spinal cord during fictive locomotion
S Alford, TL Williams
Journal of Neuroscience 9 (8), 2792-2800, 1989
801989
G protein βγ-subunits activated by serotonin mediate presynaptic inhibition by regulating vesicle fusion properties
H Photowala, T Blackmer, E Schwartz, HE Hamm, S Alford
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (11), 4281-4286, 2006
792006
A parallel cholinergic brainstem pathway for enhancing locomotor drive
R Smetana, L Juvin, R Dubuc, S Alford
Nature neuroscience 13 (6), 731-738, 2010
752010
CNQX and DNQX block non-NMDA synaptic transmission but not NMDA-evoked locomotion in lamprey spinal cord
S Alford, S Grillner
Brain research 506 (2), 297-302, 1990
731990
Descending projections and excitation during fictive swimming in Xenopus embryos: Neuroanatomy and lesion experiments
A Roberts, ST Alford
Journal of Comparative Neurology 250 (2), 253-261, 1986
721986
Co-localized GABA and somatostatin use different ionic mechanisms to hyperpolarize target neurons in the lamprey spinal cord
J Christenson, S Alford, S Grillner, T Hökfelt
Neuroscience letters 134 (1), 93-97, 1991
671991
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