Larry Cauller

University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX, United States 
"Larry Cauller"
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Mitchell BD, Cauller LJ. (2001) Corticocortical and thalamocortical projections to layer I of the frontal neocortex in rats. Brain Research. 921: 68-77
Clancy B, Cauller LJ. (1999) Widespread projections from subgriseal neurons (layer VII) to layer I in adult rat cortex. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 407: 275-86
Jackson ME, Cauller LJ. (1998) Neural activity in SII modifies sensory evoked potentials in SI in awake rats. Neuroreport. 9: 3379-82
Clancy B, Cauller LJ. (1998) Reduction of background autofluorescence in brain sections following immersion in sodium borohydride. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 83: 97-102
Cauller LJ, Clancy B, Connors BW. (1998) Backward cortical projections to primary somatosensory cortex in rats extend long horizontal axons in layer I. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 390: 297-310
Jackson ME, Cauller LJ. (1997) Evaluation of simplified compartmental models of reconstructed neocortical neurons for use in large-scale simulations of biological neural networks. Brain Research Bulletin. 44: 7-17
Cauller L. (1995) Layer I of primary sensory neocortex: where top-down converges upon bottom-up. Behavioural Brain Research. 71: 163-70
Cauller LJ, Connors BW. (1994) Synaptic physiology of horizontal afferents to layer I in slices of rat SI neocortex. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 14: 751-62
Cauller LJ, Kulics AT. (1991) The neural basis of the behaviorally relevant N1 component of the somatosensory-evoked potential in SI cortex of awake monkeys: evidence that backward cortical projections signal conscious touch sensation. Experimental Brain Research. 84: 607-19
Cauller LJ, Boulos Z, Goddard GV. (1985) Circadian rhythms in hippocampal responsiveness to perforant path stimulation and their relation to behavioral state. Brain Research. 329: 117-30
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