Andrew J Murray

Affiliations: 
Sainsbury Wellcome Centre, UCL 
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Motor control, vestibular system, posture, balance, viral technologu
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Mayer WP, Murray AJ, Brenner-Morton S, et al. (2018) Role of muscle spindle feedback in regulating muscle activity strength during walking at different speed in mice. Journal of Neurophysiology
Murray AJ, Croce K, Belton T, et al. (2018) Balance Control Mediated by Vestibular Circuits Directing Limb Extension or Antagonist Muscle Co-activation. Cell Reports. 22: 1325-1338
Hernandez-Miranda LR, Ruffault PL, Bouvier JC, et al. (2017) Genetic identification of a hindbrain nucleus essential for innate vocalization. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Reardon TR, Murray AJ, Turi GF, et al. (2016) Rabies Virus CVS-N2c(ΔG) Strain Enhances Retrograde Synaptic Transfer and Neuronal Viability. Neuron
Murray AJ, Woloszynowska-Fraser MU, Ansel-Bollepalli L, et al. (2015) Parvalbumin-positive interneurons of the prefrontal cortex support working memory and cognitive flexibility. Scientific Reports. 5: 16778
Murray AJ. (2014) Axon regeneration: what needs to be overcome? Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1162: 3-14
Zampieri N, Jessell TM, Murray AJ. (2014) Mapping sensory circuits by anterograde transsynaptic transfer of recombinant rabies virus. Neuron. 81: 766-78
Murray AJ, Peace AG, Tucker SJ, et al. (2012) Mammalian growth cone turning assays identify distinct cell signalling mechanisms that underlie axon growth, guidance and regeneration. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 846: 167-78
McClure C, Cole KL, Wulff P, et al. (2011) Production and titering of recombinant adeno-associated viral vectors. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove. e3348
Murray AJ, Sauer JF, Riedel G, et al. (2011) Parvalbumin-positive CA1 interneurons are required for spatial working but not for reference memory. Nature Neuroscience. 14: 297-9
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