Fabrizio Gabbiani

Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX 
"Fabrizio Gabbiani"
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Simon P. Peron grad student 2002-2008 Baylor
Haleh Fotowat grad student 2003-2010 Baylor
Peter W. Jones grad student 2003-2012 Baylor
Richard B. Dewell post-doc 2009- Baylor
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Wang H, Foquet B, Dewell RB, et al. (2020) Molecular characterization and distribution of the voltage-gated sodium channel, Para, in the brain of the grasshopper and vinegar fly. Journal of Comparative Physiology. a, Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology
Dewell RB, Gabbiani F. (2019) Active membrane conductances and morphology of a collision detection neuron broaden its impedance profile and improve discrimination of input synchrony. Journal of Neurophysiology
Wang H, Dewell RB, Ehrengruber MU, et al. (2018) Optogenetic manipulation of medullary neurons in the locust optic lobe. Journal of Neurophysiology
Dewell RB, Gabbiani F. (2018) M current regulates firing mode and spike reliability in a collision detecting neuron. Journal of Neurophysiology
Zhu Y, Dewell RB, Wang H, et al. (2018) Pre-synaptic Muscarinic Excitation Enhances the Discrimination of Looming Stimuli in a Collision-Detection Neuron. Cell Reports. 23: 2365-2378
Wang H, Dewell RB, Zhu Y, et al. (2018) Feedforward Inhibition Conveys Time-Varying Stimulus Information in a Collision Detection Circuit. Current Biology : Cb
Dewell RB, Gabbiani F. (2018) Biophysics of object segmentation in a collision-detecting neuron. Elife. 7
Gabbiani F, Dewell RB. (2018) Collision Avoidance: Broadening the Toolkit for Directionally Selective Motion Computations. Current Biology : Cb. 28: R124-R126
Dewell RB, Gabbiani F. (2018) Author response: Biophysics of object segmentation in a collision-detecting neuron Elife
Haag J, Arenz A, Serbe E, et al. (2016) Complementary mechanisms create direction selectivity in the fly. Elife. 5
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