David L. Tauck

Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA, United States 
"David Tauck"
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Birmingham JT, Graham DM, Tauck DL. (2004) Lymnaea stagnalis and the development of neuroelectronic technologies. Journal of Neuroscience Research. 76: 277-81
Birmingham JT, Tauck DL. (2003) Neuromodulation in invertebrate sensory systems: from biophysics to behavior. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 206: 3541-6
Sanchez RM, Wang C, Gardner G, et al. (2000) Novel role for the NMDA receptor redox modulatory site in the pathophysiology of seizures. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 20: 2409-17
Wong SM, Tauck DL, Fong EG, et al. (1998) Glutamate receptor-mediated hyperexcitability after ethanol exposure in isolated neonatal rat spinal cord. The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. 285: 201-7
Wong SM, Fong E, Tauck DL, et al. (1997) Ethanol as a general anesthetic: actions in spinal cord. European Journal of Pharmacology. 329: 121-7
Tauck DL, Ashbeck GA. (1990) Glycine synergistically potentiates the enhancement of LTP induced by a sulfhydryl reducing agent. Brain Research. 519: 129-32
MacIver MB, Tauck DL, Kendig JJ. (1989) General anaesthetic modification of synaptic facilitation and long-term potentiation in hippocampus. British Journal of Anaesthesia. 62: 301-10
Lipton SA, Frosch MP, Phillips MD, et al. (1988) Nicotinic antagonists enhance process outgrowth by rat retinal ganglion cells in culture. Science (New York, N.Y.). 239: 1293-6
Tauck DL, Frosch MP, Lipton SA. (1988) Characterization of GABA- and glycine-induced currents of solitary rodent retinal ganglion cells in culture. Neuroscience. 27: 193-203
Lipton SA, Tauck DL. (1987) Voltage-dependent conductances of solitary ganglion cells dissociated from the rat retina. The Journal of Physiology. 385: 361-91
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