Albert J. Berger

University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
"Albert Berger"
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Numata JM, van Brederode JF, Berger AJ. (2012) Lack of an endogenous GABAA receptor-mediated tonic current in hypoglossal motoneurons. The Journal of Physiology. 590: 2965-76
Berger AJ. (2011) Development of synaptic transmission to respiratory motoneurons. Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology. 179: 34-42
van Brederode JF, Yanagawa Y, Berger AJ. (2011) GAD67-GFP+ neurons in the Nucleus of Roller: a possible source of inhibitory input to hypoglossal motoneurons. I. Morphology and firing properties. Journal of Neurophysiology. 105: 235-48
van Brederode JF, Berger AJ. (2011) GAD67-GFP+ neurons in the Nucleus of Roller. II. Subthreshold and firing resonance properties. Journal of Neurophysiology. 105: 249-78
Berger AJ. (2008) What causes muscle atonia in REM? Sleep. 31: 1477-8
Sebe JY, Berger AJ. (2008) Inspiratory-phase short time scale synchrony in the brainstem slice is generated downstream of the pre-Bötzinger complex. Neuroscience. 153: 1390-401
van Brederode JF, Berger AJ. (2008) Spike-firing resonance in hypoglossal motoneurons. Journal of Neurophysiology. 99: 2916-28
Berger AJ, Sebe J. (2007) Developmental effects of ketamine on inspiratory hypoglossal nerve activity studied in vivo and in vitro. Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology. 157: 206-14
Sebe JY, van Brederode JF, Berger AJ. (2006) Inhibitory synaptic transmission governs inspiratory motoneuron synchronization. Journal of Neurophysiology. 96: 391-403
O'Brien JA, Sebe JY, Berger AJ. (2004) GABA(B) modulation of GABA(A) and glycine receptor-mediated synaptic currents in hypoglossal motoneurons. Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology. 141: 35-45
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