Trapanilab Wordle


(undergraduate authors in purple)

  1. Ozdemir YI'19, Hansen CA'17, Ramy MA'18, Troconis EL'15, McNeil LD'21, Trapani JG (2021). Recording Channelrhodopsin-Evoked Field Potentials and Startle Responses from Larval Zebrafish. Methods Mol Biol, 2191:201-220. DOI: 10.1007/978-1-0716-0830-2_13

  2. Peterson HP*'17, Troconis EL*'15, Ordoobadi AJ'15, Thibodeau-Beganny S, Trapani JG (2018). Teaching Dose-response Relationships Through Aminoglycoside Block of Mechanotransduction Channels in Lateral Line Hair Cells of Larval Zebrafish. J Undergrad Neurosci Educ (JUNE), 17(1):A40-A49. *equal author contribution

  3. Song S'19, Lee JA'15 Smith College, Kiselev I'16, Iyengar V'14, Trapani JG, Tania N (2018). Mathematical modeling and analyses of interspike-intervals of spontaneous activity in afferent neurons of the zebrafish lateral line. Scientific Reports, (8) Article number: 14851. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-33064-z

  4. 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, 37(26):6299 – 6313. DOI: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.2878-16.2017

  5. 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

  6. 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

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

  8. 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.

  9. 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

  10. 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.

  11. 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

  12. 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.

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

  14. 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. 

  15. Einhorn Z, Trapani JG, Liu Q, Nicolson T (2012). Rabconnectin3a promotes stable activity of the H+-pump on synaptic vesicles in hair cells. Journal of Neuroscience, 32(32):11144-11156.

  16. Trapani JG and Nicolson T (2011). Mechanism of spontaneous activity in afferent neurons of the zebrafish lateral-line system. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(5):1614-1623.

  17. Sheets L, Trapani JG, Mo W, Obholzer N, Nicolson T (2011). Ribeye is required for presynaptic CaV1.3a channel localization and afferent innervation of sensory hair cells. Development, 138(7):1309-1319.

  18. Trapani JG and Nicolson T (2010). Physiological recordings from zebrafish lateral-line hair cells and afferent neurons. Methods in Cell Biology, 100:219-231. (ISBN 9780123848925)

  19. Trapani JG*, Obholzer N*, Mo W, Brockerhoff, S, Nicolson T (2009). synaptojanin1 is required for temporal fidelity of synaptic transmission in hair cells. PLoS Genetics, 5(5):e1000480. *Equal author contribution

  20. Obholzer N, Wolfson S, Trapani JG, Mo W, Nechiporuk A, Busch-Nentwich E, Seiler C, Sidi S, Sollner C, Duncan RN, Boehland A, Nicolson T (2008). Vesicular Glutamate Transporter 3 Is Required for Synaptic Transmission in Zebrafish Hair Cells. Journal of Neuroscience, 28(9):2110-2118.

  21. Trapani JG, Andalib P, Consiglio JF, Korn SJ (2006). Control of single channel conductance in the outer vestibule of the Kv2.1 potassium channel. Journal of General Physiology, 128(2):231-246.

  22. Korn SJ and Trapani JG (2006). Chapter 4: Voltage-Gated Potassium Channels. In Biological Membrane Ion Channels: Dynamics, Structure, and Applications. S.H. Chung, O.S. Anderson and V.V. Krishnamurthy, editors. Springer:119-170. (ISBN 0387333231)

  23. Korn SJ and Trapani JG (2005). Potassium Channels. IEEE Transactions on Nanobioscience, 4: 21-33.

  24. Andalib P, Consiglio JF, Trapani JG, Korn SJ (2004). The external TEA binding site and C-type inactivation in voltage-gated potassium channels. Biophysical Journal, 87(5):3148-3161.

  25. Trapani JG and Korn SJ (2003). Control of ion channel expression for patch clamp recordings using an inducible expression system in mammalian cell lines. BMC Neuroscience, 4:15.

  26. Trapani JG and Korn SJ (2003). Effect of external pH on activation of the Kv1.5 potassium channel. Biophysical Journal, 84(1):195-204.