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Mark Lawrence Andermann

Affiliations: 
Endocrinology Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
Area:
visual system, mouse behavior
Website:
http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~biophys/Mark_L_Andermann.htm
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http://dms.hms.harvard.edu/neuroscience/fac/Andermann.php
http://directory.pewscholars.org/scholars/andermann-mark/

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Cui J, Shipley FB, Shannon ML, et al. (2020) Inflammation of the Embryonic Choroid Plexus Barrier following Maternal Immune Activation. Developmental Cell
Shipley FB, Dani N, Xu H, et al. (2020) Tracking Calcium Dynamics and Immune Surveillance at the Choroid Plexus Blood-Cerebrospinal Fluid Interface. Neuron
Liang L, Fratzl A, Reggiani JDS, et al. (2020) Retinal Inputs to the Thalamus Are Selectively Gated by Arousal. Current Biology : Cb
Sugden AU, Zaremba JD, Sugden LA, et al. (2020) Cortical reactivations of recent sensory experiences predict bidirectional network changes during learning. Nature Neuroscience
Livneh Y, Sugden AU, Madara JC, et al. (2020) Estimation of Current and Future Physiological States in Insular Cortex. Neuron
Lutas A, Kucukdereli H, Alturkistani O, et al. (2019) State-specific gating of salient cues by midbrain dopaminergic input to basal amygdala. Nature Neuroscience
Ramesh RN, Burgess CR, Sugden AU, et al. (2018) Intermingled Ensembles in Visual Association Cortex Encode Stimulus Identity or Predicted Outcome. Neuron
Liang L, Fratzl A, Goldey G, et al. (2018) A Fine-Scale Functional Logic to Convergence from Retina to Thalamus. Cell. 173: 1343-1355.e24
Burgess CR, Livneh Y, Ramesh RN, et al. (2017) Gating of visual processing by physiological need. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 49: 16-23
Livneh Y, Andermann ML. (2017) Yummy or yucky? Ask your central amygdala. Nature Neuroscience. 20: 1321-1322
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