Arianna Tamvacakis - Publications

Neuroscience Institute Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, United States 

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Year Citation  Score
2022 Tamvacakis AN, Lillvis JL, Sakurai A, Katz PS. The Consistency of Gastropod Identified Neurons Distinguishes Intra-Individual Plasticity From Inter-Individual Variability in Neural Circuits. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 16: 855235. PMID 35309684 DOI: 10.3389/fnbeh.2022.855235  0.635
2018 Tamvacakis AN, Senatore A, Katz PS. Single neuron serotonin receptor subtype gene expression correlates with behaviour within and across three molluscan species. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 285. PMID 30135151 DOI: 10.1098/Rspb.2018.0791  0.605
2017 Smith CL, Abdallah S, Wong YY, Le P, Harracksingh AN, Artinian L, Tamvacakis AN, Rehder V, Reese TS, Senatore A. Evolutionary insights into T-type Ca(2+) channel structure, function, and ion selectivity from the Trichoplax adhaerens homologue. The Journal of General Physiology. PMID 28330839 DOI: 10.1085/Jgp.201611683  0.43
2016 Sakurai A, Tamvacakis AN, Katz PS. Recruitment of Polysynaptic Connections Underlies Functional Recovery of a Neural Circuit after Lesion. Eneuro. 3. PMID 27570828 DOI: 10.1523/ENEURO.0056-16.2016  0.622
2015 Tamvacakis AN, Senatore A, Katz PS. Identification of genes related to learning and memory in the brain transcriptome of the mollusc, Hermissenda crassicornis. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 22: 617-21. PMID 26572652 DOI: 10.1101/Lm.038158.115  0.548
2014 Sakurai A, Tamvacakis AN, Katz PS. Hidden synaptic differences in a neural circuit underlie differential behavioral susceptibility to a neural injury. Elife. 3. PMID 24920390 DOI: 10.7554/eLife.02598  0.616
2011 Jhala S, Tamvacakis AN, Katz PS. Toward locating the source of serotonergic axons in the tail nerve of Aplysia. Invertebrate Neuroscience : In. 11: 91-6. PMID 21877137 DOI: 10.1007/s10158-011-0121-6  0.505
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