Colin G. Evans
- LECTURER Neuroscience
Evans C, Cropper E. Proprioceptive input to feeding motor programs in Aplysia. J Neurosci 1998 Oct 1; 18(19): 8016-31.
Rosen SC, Miller MW, Evans C, Cropper E, Kupfermann I. Diverse synaptic connections between peptidergic radula mechanoafferent neurons and neurons in the feeding system of Aplysia. J Neurophysiol 2000 Mar; 83(3): 1605-20.
Jing J, Gillette R, Weiss KR. Evolving concepts of arousal: insights from simple model systems. Rev Neurosci 2009; 20: 405-427.
Sasaki K, Brezina V, Weiss KR, Jing J. Distinct inhibitory neurons exert temporally specific control over activity of a motoneuron receiving concurrent excitation and inhibition. J Neurosci. 2009 Sep 23; 29(38): 11732-11744.
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