David B. Jaffe

Affiliations: 
The University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, United States 
Area:
Hippocampus LTP
Website:
http://bio.utsa.edu/labpages/jaffe/people.html
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Daniel Johnston grad student 1987-1992 Baylor

Children

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Allan T. Gulledge grad student 1994-2000 UT San Antonio
Raymond Chitwood grad student 1995-2000 UT San Antonio
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Jaffe DB, Brenner R. (2018) A computational model for how the fast afterhyperpolarization paradoxically increases gain in regularly firing neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology
Whitmire LE, Ling L, Bugay V, et al. (2017) Downregulation of KCNMB4 expression and changes in BK channel subtype in hippocampal granule neurons following seizure activity. Plos One. 12: e0188064
Du X, Hao H, Yang Y, et al. (2017) Local GABAergic signaling within sensory ganglia controls peripheral nociceptive transmission. The Journal of Clinical Investigation
Wang B, Bugay V, Ling L, et al. (2016) Knockout of the BK β4 subunit promotes a functional coupling of BK channels and ryanodine receptors that mediate a fAHP-induced increase in excitability. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00857.2015
Sundt D, Gamper N, Jaffe DB. (2015) Spike propagation through the dorsal root ganglia in an unmyelinated sensory neuron: a modeling study. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00226.2015
Wang B, Jaffe DB, Brenner R. (2014) Current understanding of iberiotoxin-resistant BK channels in the nervous system. Frontiers in Physiology. 5: 382
Du X, Hao H, Gigout S, et al. (2014) Control of somatic membrane potential in nociceptive neurons and its implications for peripheral nociceptive transmission. Pain. 155: 2306-22
Jaffe DB, Wang B, Brenner R. (2011) Shaping of action potentials by type I and type II large-conductance Ca²+-activated K+ channels. Neuroscience. 192: 205-18
Hemond P, Migliore M, Ascoli GA, et al. (2009) The membrane response of hippocampal CA3b pyramidal neurons near rest: Heterogeneity of passive properties and the contribution of hyperpolarization-activated currents. Neuroscience. 160: 359-70
Hemond P, Epstein D, Boley A, et al. (2008) Distinct classes of pyramidal cells exhibit mutually exclusive firing patterns in hippocampal area CA3b. Hippocampus. 18: 411-24
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