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Akira Sakurai

Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, United States 
Neuromodulation, Synaptic plasticity, Central pattern generator
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Sakurai A, Katz PS. (2022) Bursting emerges from the complementary roles of neurons in a four-cell network. Journal of Neurophysiology. 127: 1054-1066
Tamvacakis AN, Lillvis JL, Sakurai A, et al. (2022) The Consistency of Gastropod Identified Neurons Distinguishes Intra-Individual Plasticity From Inter-Individual Variability in Neural Circuits. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 16: 855235
Sakurai A, Katz PS. (2019) Command or obey? Homologous neurons differ in hierarchical position for the generation of homologous behaviors. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Sakurai A, Katz PS. (2017) Artificial Synaptic Rewiring Demonstrates that Distinct Neural Circuit Configurations Underlie Homologous Behaviors. Current Biology : Cb
Gunaratne CA, Sakurai A, Katz PS. (2017) Variations on a theme: Species differences in synaptic connectivity do not predict central pattern generator activity. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00203.2017
Sakurai A, Tamvacakis AN, Katz PS. (2016) Recruitment of Polysynaptic Connections Underlies Functional Recovery of a Neural Circuit after Lesion. Eneuro. 3
Sakurai A, Katz PS. (2016) The central pattern generator underlying swimming in Dendronotus iris: A simple half-center network oscillator with a twist. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00150.2016
Sakurai A, Katz PS. (2015) Phylogenetic and individual variation in gastropod central pattern generators. Journal of Comparative Physiology. a, Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology
Sakurai A, Tamvacakis AN, Katz PS. (2014) Hidden synaptic differences in a neural circuit underlie differential behavioral susceptibility to a neural injury. Elife. 3
Sakurai A, Gunaratne CA, Katz PS. (2014) Two interconnected kernels of reciprocally inhibitory interneurons underlie alternating left-right swim motor pattern generation in the mollusk Melibe leonina. Journal of Neurophysiology. 112: 1317-28
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