Abraham J. Susswein

Affiliations: 
Bar-Ilan University, Jerusalem, Jerusalem District, Israel 
Area:
invertebrate neurobiology
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Irving Kupfermann grad student 1971-1975
Victor J. Wilson post-doc 1975-1977 Rockefeller
Michael V. Bennett post-doc 1977-1979 Albert Einstein
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Briskin-Luchinsky V, Tam S, Shabbat S, et al. (2018) NO is required for memory formation and expression of memory, and for minor behavioral changes during training with inedible food in . Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 25: 206-213
Levitan D, Saada-Madar R, Teplinsky A, et al. (2012) Localization of molecular correlates of memory consolidation to buccal ganglia mechanoafferent neurons after learning that food is inedible in Aplysia. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 19: 503-12
Miller N, Marcovich S, Susswein AJ. (2012) Variables controlling entry into and exit from the steady-state, one of two modes of feeding in Aplysia. Plos One. 7: e45241
Susswein AJ, Chiel HJ. (2012) Nitric oxide as a regulator of behavior: new ideas from Aplysia feeding. Progress in Neurobiology. 97: 304-17
Saada-Madar R, Miller N, Susswein AJ. (2012) Autaptic muscarinic self-excitation and nitrergic self-inhibition in neurons initiating Aplysia feeding are revealed when the neurons are cultured in isolation. Journal of Molecular Histology. 43: 431-6
Miller N, Saada R, Fishman S, et al. (2011) Neurons controlling Aplysia feeding inhibit themselves by continuous NO production. Plos One. 6: e17779
Miller N, Saada R, Markovich S, et al. (2011) L-arginine via nitric oxide is an inhibitory feedback modulator of Aplysia feeding. Journal of Neurophysiology. 105: 1642-50
Levitan D, Twitto R, Levy R, et al. (2010) A brief retraining regulates the persistence and lability of a long-term memory. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 17: 402-6
Katzoff A, Miller N, Susswein AJ. (2010) Nitric oxide and histamine signal attempts to swallow: A component of learning that food is inedible in Aplysia. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 17: 50-62
Saada R, Miller N, Hurwitz I, et al. (2009) Autaptic excitation elicits persistent activity and a plateau potential in a neuron of known behavioral function. Current Biology : Cb. 19: 479-84
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