Irving Kupfermann

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Jing J, Vilim FS, Horn CC, et al. (2007) From hunger to satiety: reconfiguration of a feeding network by Aplysia neuropeptide Y. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 27: 3490-502
Horn CC, Zhurov Y, Orekhova IV, et al. (2004) Cycle-to-cycle variability of neuromuscular activity in Aplysia feeding behavior. Journal of Neurophysiology. 92: 157-80
Hurwitz I, Kupfermann I, Weiss KR. (2003) Fast synaptic connections from CBIs to pattern-generating neurons in Aplysia: initiation and modification of motor programs. Journal of Neurophysiology. 89: 2120-36
Wu JS, Jing J, Díaz-Ríos M, et al. (2003) Identification of a GABA-containing cerebral-buccal interneuron-11 in Aplysia californica. Neuroscience Letters. 341: 5-8
Horn CC, Kupfermann I. (2002) Egestive feeding responses in Aplysia persist after sectioning of the cerebral-buccal connectives: evidence for multiple sites of control of motor programs. Neuroscience Letters. 323: 175-8
Kupfermann I, Weiss KR. (2001) Motor program selection in simple model systems. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 11: 673-7
Horn CC, Geizhals CR, Kupfermann I. (2001) Further studies of bulk and orosensory decrement in producing satiation of feeding in Aplysia. Brain Research. 918: 51-9
Xin Y, Koester J, Jing J, et al. (2001) Cerebral-abdominal interganglionic coordinating neurons in Aplysia. Journal of Neurophysiology. 85: 174-86
Hurwitz I, Cropper EC, Vilim FS, et al. (2000) Serotonergic and peptidergic modulation of the buccal mass protractor muscle (I2) in aplysia. Journal of Neurophysiology. 84: 2810-20
Xin Y, Weiss KR, Kupfermann I. (2000) Multifunctional neuron CC6 in Aplysia exerts actions opposite to those of multifunctional neuron CC5. Journal of Neurophysiology. 83: 2473-81
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