Abdel El Manira

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Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden 
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Francois Clarac grad student 1992 CNRS
 (Mécanismes et fonctions de l'inhibition présynaptique au cours de la locomotion fictive chez l'écrevisse)
Sten Grillner post-doc Karolinska
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Björnfors ER, El Manira A. (2016) Functional diversity of excitatory commissural interneurons in adult zebrafish. Elife. 5
Song J, Ampatzis K, Björnfors ER, et al. (2016) Motor neurons control locomotor circuit function retrogradely via gap junctions. Nature
Song J, Ampatzis K, Ausborn J, et al. (2015) A Hardwired Circuit Supplemented with Endocannabinoids Encodes Behavioral Choice in Zebrafish. Current Biology : Cb
El Manira A. (2015) Invertebrate Neurobiology: Bridging the Gap with a Local Command Interneuron. Current Biology : Cb. 25: R721-2
Mensch S, Baraban M, Almeida R, et al. (2015) Synaptic vesicle release regulates myelin sheath number of individual oligodendrocytes in vivo. Nature Neuroscience. 18: 628-30
Grillner S, El Manira A. (2015) The intrinsic operation of the networks that make us locomote. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 31: 244-9
Ampatzis K, Song J, Ausborn J, et al. (2014) Separate microcircuit modules of distinct v2a interneurons and motoneurons control the speed of locomotion. Neuron. 83: 934-43
El Manira A, Grillner S. (2014) Motion with direction and balance. Neuron. 83: 515-7
El Manira A. (2014) Dynamics and plasticity of spinal locomotor circuits. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 29: 133-41
Ljunggren EE, Haupt S, Ausborn J, et al. (2014) Optogenetic activation of excitatory premotor interneurons is sufficient to generate coordinated locomotor activity in larval zebrafish. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 134-9
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