Morten Raastad, M.D., Ph.D.

Physiology University of Oslo, Oslo, Oslo, Norway 
"Morten Raastad"
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Pekala D, Baginskas A, Szkudlarek HJ, et al. (2014) Components of action potential repolarization in cerebellar parallel fibres. The Journal of Physiology. 592: 4911-29
Palani D, Pekala D, Baginskas A, et al. (2012) Action potentials recorded from bundles of very thin, gray matter axons in rat cerebellar slices using a grease-gap method. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 208: 119-27
Pekala D, Blasiak T, Raastad M, et al. (2011) The influence of orexins on the firing rate and pattern of rat intergeniculate leaflet neurons--electrophysiological and immunohistological studies. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 34: 1406-18
Palani D, Baginskas A, Raastad M. (2010) Bursts and hyperexcitability in non-myelinated axons of the rat hippocampus. Neuroscience. 167: 1004-13
Baginskas A, Palani D, Chiu K, et al. (2009) The H-current secures action potential transmission at high frequencies in rat cerebellar parallel fibers. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 29: 87-96
Szkudlarek HJ, Raastad M. (2007) Electrical properties of morphologically characterized neurons in the intergeniculate leaflet of the rat thalamus. Neuroscience. 150: 309-18
Soleng AF, Baginskas A, Andersen P, et al. (2004) Activity-dependent excitability changes in hippocampal CA3 cell Schaffer axons. The Journal of Physiology. 560: 491-503
Soleng AF, Raastad M, Andersen P. (2003) Conduction latency along CA3 hippocampal axons from rat. Hippocampus. 13: 953-61
Soleng AF, Chiu K, Raastad M. (2003) Unmyelinated axons in the rat hippocampus hyperpolarize and activate an H current when spike frequency exceeds 1 Hz. The Journal of Physiology. 552: 459-70
Shepherd GM, Raastad M. (2003) Axonal varicosity distributions along parallel fibers: a new angle on a cerebellar circuit. Cerebellum (London, England). 2: 110-3
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