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Feig SL, Haberly LB. (2011) Surface-associated astrocytes, not endfeet, form the glia limitans in posterior piriform cortex and have a spatially distributed, not a domain, organization. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 519: 1952-69
Howe MW, Feig SL, Osting SM, et al. (2008) Cellular and subcellular localization of Kir2.1 subunits in neurons and glia in piriform cortex with implications for K+ spatial buffering. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 506: 877-93
Neville KR, Haberly LB. (2003) Beta and gamma oscillations in the olfactory system of the urethane-anesthetized rat. Journal of Neurophysiology. 90: 3921-30
Illig KR, Haberly LB. (2003) Odor-evoked activity is spatially distributed in piriform cortex. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 457: 361-73
Demir R, Haberly LB, Jackson MB. (2001) Epileptiform discharges with in-vivo-like features in slices of rat piriform cortex with longitudinal association fibers. Journal of Neurophysiology. 86: 2445-60
Chover J, Haberly LB, Lytton WW. (2001) Alternating dominance of NMDA and AMPA for learning and recall: a computer model. Neuroreport. 12: 2503-7
Haberly LB. (2001) Parallel-distributed processing in olfactory cortex: new insights from morphological and physiological analysis of neuronal circuitry. Chemical Senses. 26: 551-76
Ekstrand JJ, Domroese ME, Feig SL, et al. (2001) Immunocytochemical analysis of basket cells in rat piriform cortex. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 434: 308-28
Ekstrand JJ, Domroese ME, Johnson DM, et al. (2001) A new subdivision of anterior piriform cortex and associated deep nucleus with novel features of interest for olfaction and epilepsy. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 434: 289-307
Johnson DM, Illig KR, Behan M, et al. (2000) New features of connectivity in piriform cortex visualized by intracellular injection of pyramidal cells suggest that "primary" olfactory cortex functions like "association" cortex in other sensory systems. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 20: 6974-82
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