Gordon Arbuthnott, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Okinawa Insitute of Science and Technology, Onna-son, Okinawa-ken, Japan 
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Neuroscience
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Mekhail SP, Abudukeyoumu N, Ward J, et al. (2018) Fiber-bundle-basis sparse reconstruction for high resolution wide-field microendoscopy. Biomedical Optics Express. 9: 1843-1851
Arbuthnott GW. (2014) Thalamostriatal synapses-another substrate for dopamine action? Progress in Brain Research. 211: 1-11
Li Q, Qian ZM, Arbuthnott GW, et al. (2014) Cortical effects of deep brain stimulation: implications for pathogenesis and treatment of Parkinson disease. Jama Neurology. 71: 100-3
Arbuthnott GW. (2013) FRETing over dopamine: single cell cAMP and protein kinase A responses to 100 ms dopamine application. The Journal of Physiology. 591: 3107
Li Q, Ke Y, Chan DC, et al. (2012) Therapeutic deep brain stimulation in Parkinsonian rats directly influences motor cortex. Neuron. 76: 1030-41
Barad Z, Shevtsova O, Arbuthnott GW, et al. (2012) Selective loss of AMPA receptors at corticothalamic synapses in the epileptic stargazer mouse. Neuroscience. 217: 19-31
Schock SC, Jolin-Dahel KS, Schock PC, et al. (2012) Development of dissociated cryopreserved rat cortical neurons in vitro. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 205: 324-33
Randall FE, Garcia-Munoz M, Vickers C, et al. (2011) The corticostriatal system in dissociated cell culture. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 5: 52
Dejean C, Arbuthnott G, Wickens JR, et al. (2011) Power fluctuations in beta and gamma frequencies in rat globus pallidus: association with specific phases of slow oscillations and differential modulation by dopamine D1 and D2 receptors. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 31: 6098-107
Arbuthnott GW. (2011) Of rats and patients: Some thoughts about why rats turn in circles and parkinson's disease patients cannot move normally Neuromethods. 61: 317-323
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