Geng-Lin Li

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University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, MA 
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Xiong Z, Hwang FJ, Sun F, et al. (2020) Author Correction: Spectrally filtered passive Si photodiode array for on-chip fluorescence imaging of intracellular calcium dynamics. Scientific Reports. 10: 3875
Xiong Z, Hwang FJ, Sun F, et al. (2019) Spectrally filtered passive Si photodiode array for on-chip fluorescence imaging of intracellular calcium dynamics. Scientific Reports. 9: 9083
Liu H, Lu J, Wang Z, et al. (2019) Functional alteration of ribbon synapses in inner hair cells by noise exposure causing hidden hearing loss. Neuroscience Letters
Chai R, Li GL, Wang J, et al. (2018) Hearing Loss: Reestablish the Neural Plasticity in Regenerated Spiral Ganglion Neurons and Sensory Hair Cells 2018. Neural Plasticity. 2018: 4759135
Chai R, Li GL, Wang J, et al. (2017) Hearing Loss: Reestablish the Neural Plasticity in Regenerated Spiral Ganglion Neurons and Sensory Hair Cells. Neural Plasticity. 2017: 1807581
Wang Z, Joshi S, Savel'ev SE, et al. (2016) Memristors with diffusive dynamics as synaptic emulators for neuromorphic computing. Nature Materials
Li GL, Cho S, von Gersdorff H. (2014) Phase-locking precision is enhanced by multiquantal release at an auditory hair cell ribbon synapse. Neuron. 83: 1404-17
Kim MH, Li GL, von Gersdorff H. (2013) Single Ca2+ channels and exocytosis at sensory synapses. The Journal of Physiology. 591: 3167-78
Graydon CW, Cho S, Li GL, et al. (2011) Sharp Ca²⁺ nanodomains beneath the ribbon promote highly synchronous multivesicular release at hair cell synapses. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 31: 16637-50
Cho S, Li GL, von Gersdorff H. (2011) Recovery from short-term depression and facilitation is ultrafast and Ca2+ dependent at auditory hair cell synapses. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 31: 5682-92
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