Zhiwen Ye, PhD

The Francis Crick Institute, London, England, United Kingdom 
 Imperial College London, London, England, United Kingdom 
"Zhiwen Ye"
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Djama D, Zirpel F, Ye Z, et al. (2024) The type of inhibition provided by thalamic interneurons alters the input selectivity of thalamocortical neurons. Current Research in Neurobiology. 6: 100130
Windolf C, Yu H, Paulk AC, et al. (2023) DREDge: robust motion correction for high-density extracellular recordings across species. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Ye Z, Shelton AM, Shaker JR, et al. (2023) Ultra-high density electrodes improve detection, yield, and cell type specificity of brain recordings. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Tran-Van-Minh A, Ye Z, Rancz E. (2023) Quantitative analysis of rabies virus-based synaptic connectivity tracing. Plos One. 18: e0278053
Galloni AR, Ye Z, Rancz E. (2022) Dendritic domain-specific sampling of long-range axons shapes feedforward and feedback connectivity of L5 neurons. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Racz RR, Kollo M, Racz G, et al. (2022) jULIEs: nanostructured polytrodes for low traumatic extracellular recordings and stimulation in the mammalian brain. Journal of Neural Engineering
Steinmetz NA, Aydin C, Lebedeva A, et al. (2021) Neuropixels 2.0: A miniaturized high-density probe for stable, long-term brain recordings. Science (New York, N.Y.). 372
Harding EC, Yu X, Miao A, et al. (2018) A Neuronal Hub Binding Sleep Initiation and Body Cooling in Response to a Warm External Stimulus. Current Biology : Cb
Gelegen C, Miracca G, Ran MZ, et al. (2018) Excitatory Pathways from the Lateral Habenula Enable Propofol-Induced Sedation. Current Biology : Cb
Brickley SG, Ye Z, Yu X, et al. (2017) Fast and Slow Inhibition in the Visual Thalamus Is Influenced by Allocating GABAA Receptors with Different γ Subunits. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 11: 95
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