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Some Recent Publications

(undergraduate authors in purple)

  1. Sheets L, He XJ, Olt J, Schreck M, Petralia RS, Wang Y-X, Zhang Q, Beirl A, Nicolson T, Marcotti W, Trapani JG & Kindt KS (2017). Enlargement of ribbons in zebrafish hair cells increases calcium currents, but disrupts afferent spontaneous activity and timing of stimulus onset. Journal of Neuroscience. In press. DOI: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.2878-16.2017

  2. Troconis EL'15, Ordoobadi AJ'15, Sommers TF'16, Aziz-Bose R'14, Carter AR, Trapani JG (2017). Intensity-dependent timing and precision of startle response latency in larval zebrafish. The Journal of Physiology, 595(1):265-282. DOI: 10.1113/JP272466

  3. Kruger M, Boney R, Ordoobadi AJ'15, Sommers TF'16, Trapani JG, Coffin AB (2016). Natural bizbenzoquinoline derivatives protect zebrafish lateral line sensory hair cells from aminoglycoside toxicity. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience, 10:83. DOI: 10.3389/fncel.2016.00083

  4. Olt J, Ordoobadi AJ'15, Marcotti W, Trapani JG (2016). Physiological recordings from the zebrafish lateral line. Methods in Cell Biology, 133.

  5. Toro C, Trapani JG, Pacentine I, Maeda R, Sheets L, Mo W, Nicolson T (2015). Dopamine modulates the activity of sensory hair cells. The Journal of Neuroscience, 35(50): 1694-16503.

  6. Pujol-Marti J*, Faucherre A*, Aziz-Bose R'14, Asgharsharghi A, Colombelli J, Trapani JG, Lopez-Schier H (2014). Converging axons collectively initiate and maintain synaptic selectivity in a constantly remodeling sensory organ. Current Biology, 24: 2968-2974. *equal author contribution

    -Here's a great review of the above article: Synaptic Specificity: When the Neighbors Are Away, Sensory Axons Turn Promiscuous. Donald P. Julien and Alvaro Sagasti

  7. Monesson-Olson BD, Troconis EL'15, Trapani JG. (2014). Recording field potentials from zebrafish larvae during escape responses. J Undergrad Neurosci Educ, 13(1):A52-A58.

  8. Monesson-Olson BD*, Browning-Kamins J* '13, Aziz-Bose R* '14, Kreines F '12, Trapani JG (2014). Optical stimulation of zebrafish hair cells expressing channelrhodopsin-2. PLoS ONE, 9(5): e96641. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0096641. *equal author contribution

  9. Mooney J '12, Thakur S '11, Kahng P '13, Trapani JG, Poccia DL (2014). Quantification of exocytosis kinetics by DIC image analysis of cortical lawns. Journal of Chemical Biology, 7:43-55.

  10. Smedemark-Margulies N '13 and Trapani JG (2013). Tools, methods, and applications for optophysiology in neuroscience. Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience, 6:18.

  11. Catipovic MA '14, Tyler PM '14, Trapani JG, Carter AR (2013). Improving the quantification of Brownian motion. American Journal of Physics, 81(7):485-491. 


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