Troy W. Margrie

Affiliations: 
University College London, London, United Kingdom 
Area:
systems neuroscience
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Arlotta P, Chen F, Lodato S, et al. (2022) Dissecting cellular diversity of cortical GABAergic cells across multiple modalities: A turning point in neuronal taxonomy. Faculty Reviews. 11: 13
Tyson AL, Vélez-Fort M, Rousseau CV, et al. (2022) Accurate determination of marker location within whole-brain microscopy images. Scientific Reports. 12: 867
Tyson AL, Rousseau CV, Niedworok CJ, et al. (2021) A deep learning algorithm for 3D cell detection in whole mouse brain image datasets. Plos Computational Biology. 17: e1009074
Brown APY, Cossell L, Strom M, et al. (2021) Analysis of segmentation ontology reveals the similarities and differences in connectivity onto L2/3 neurons in mouse V1. Scientific Reports. 11: 4983
Chaplin TA, Margrie TW. (2019) Cortical circuits for integration of self-motion and visual-motion signals. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 60: 122-128
Brown APY, Cossell L, Margrie TW. (2019) Visual Experience Regulates the Intrinsic Excitability of Visual Cortical Neurons to Maintain Sensory Function. Cell Reports. 27: 685-689.e4
Tavakoli A, Schmaltz A, Schwarz D, et al. (2018) Quantitative association of anatomical and functional classes of olfactory bulb neurons. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Vélez-Fort M, Bracey EF, Keshavarzi S, et al. (2018) A Circuit for Integration of Head- and Visual-Motion Signals in Layer 6 of Mouse Primary Visual Cortex. Neuron
Schwarz D, Kollo M, Bosch C, et al. (2018) Architecture of a mammalian glomerular domain revealed by novel volume electroporation using nanoengineered microelectrodes. Nature Communications. 9: 183
Niedworok CJ, Brown AP, Jorge Cardoso M, et al. (2016) aMAP is a validated pipeline for registration and segmentation of high-resolution mouse brain data. Nature Communications. 7: 11879
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