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  • Bacskai B. J., Wallén, P., Lev-Ram, V., Grillner, S. & Tsien, R. Y. (1995). Activity-related calcium dynamics in lamprey motoneurons as revealed by video-rate confocal microscopy. Neuron 14, 1928.
  • Brodin L. & Grillner, S. (1986). Tonic inhibition of a new type of spinal interneurone during fictive locomotion in the lamprey. Acta Physiologica Scandinavica 128, 327329.
  • Brodin, L., Tråvén, H. G., Lansner, A., Wallén, P., Ekeberg, Ö. & Grillner, S. (1991). Computer simulations of N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor-induced membrane properties in a neuron model. Journal of Neurophysiology 66, 473484.
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  • Buchanan J. T. & Grillner, S. (1987). Newly identified ‘glutamate interneurons’ and their role in locomotion in the lamprey spinal cord. Science 236, 312314.
  • Buchanan J. T. & Grillner, S. (1991). 5-Hydroxytryptamine depresses reticulospinal excitatory postsynaptic potentials in motoneurons of the lamprey. Neuroscience Letters 122, 7144.
  • Buschges, A., Wikström, M. A., Grillner, S. & El manira, A. (2000). Roles of high-voltage-activated calcium channel subtypes in a vertebrate spinal locomotor network. Journal of Neurophysiology 84, 27582766.
  • Cangiano, L., Wallén, P. & Grillner, S. (2000). Role of dendritic changes in Ca2+ levels and KCa activation during locomotor related synaptic transmission in the lamprey spinal cord. Acta Physiologica Scandinavica 170, A46.
  • Catterall W. A. (2000). Structure and regulation of voltage-gated Ca2+-channels. Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology 16, 521555.
  • Dale N. & Kuenzi, F. M. (1997). Ion channels and the control of swimming in the Xenopus embryo. Progress in Neurobiology 53, 729756.
  • Di prisco G. V., Pearlstein, E., Le ray, D., Robitaille, R. & Dubuc, R. (2000). A cellular mechanism for the transformation of a sensory input into a motor command. Journal of Neuroscience 20, 81698176.
  • El manira A. & Bussi`res, N. (1997). Calcium channel subtypes in lamprey sensory and motor neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology 78, 13341340.
  • El manira, A., Tegnér, J. & Grillner, S. (1994). Calcium-dependent potassium channels play a critical role for burst termination in the locomotor network in lamprey. Journal of Neurophysiology 72, 18521861.
  • Grillner, S. (1985). Neurobiological bases of rhythmic motor acts in vertebrates. Science 228, 143149.
  • Grillner, S., Ekeberg, Ö., el manira, A., Lansner, A., Parker, D., Tegnér, J. & Wallén, P. (1998). Intrinsic function of a neuronal network - a vertebrate central pattern generator. Brain Research Reviews 26, 184197.
  • Hellgren, J., Grillner, S. & Lansner, A. (1992). Computer simulation of the segmental neural network generating locomotion in lamprey by using populations of network interneurons. Biological Cybernetics 68, 113.
  • Hess D. & El manira, A. (2001). Characterization of a high-voltage-activated IA current with a role in spike timing and locomotor pattern generation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA (in the Press)..
  • Hill, R. H., Brodin, L. & Grillner, S. (1989). Activation of N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptors augments repolarizing responses in lamprey spinal neurons. Brain Research 499, 388392.
  • Hu, G.-Y., Biró, Z., Grillner, S. & Hill, R. H. (2000). NMDA-induced membrane potential oscillations in lamprey spinal neurons depend on non-synaptic inward currents. Acta Physiologica Scandinavica 170, A48.
  • Kohler, M., Hirschberg, B., Bond, C. T., Kinzie, J. M., Marrion, N. V., Maylie, J. & Adelman, J. P. (1996). Small-conductance, calcium-activated potassium channels from mammalian brain. Science 273, 17091714.
  • Krieger, P., El manira, A. & Grillner, S. (1996). Activation of pharmacologically distinct metabotropic glutamate receptors depresses reticulospinal-evoked monosynaptic EPSPs in the lamprey spinal cord. Journal of Neurophysiology 76, 38343841.
  • Krieger, P., Hellgren-Kotaleski, J., Kettunen, P. & el manira, A. J. (2000). Interaction between metabotropic and ionotropic glutamate receptors regulates neuronal network activity. Journal of Neuroscience 20, 53825391.
  • Matsushima, T., Tegnér, J., Hill, R. H. & Grillner, S. (1993). GABAB receptor activation causes a depression of low- and high-voltage- activated Ca2+ currents, postinhibitory rebound, and postspike afterhyperpolarization in lamprey neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology 70, 26062619.
  • Ohta, Y., Dubuc, R. & Grillner, S. (1991). A new population of neurons with crossed axons in the lamprey spinal cord. Brain Research 564, 143148.
  • Parker D. & Grillner, S. (1998). Cellular and synaptic modulation underlying substance P-mediated plasticity of the lamprey locomotor network. Journal of Neuroscience 18, 80958110.
  • Parker D. & Grillner, S. (2000). The activity-dependent plasticity of segmental and intersegmental synaptic connections in the lamprey spinal cord. European Journal of Neuroscience 12, 21352146.
  • Parker, D., Zhang, W. & Grillner, S. (1998). Substance P modulates NMDA responses and causes long-term protein synthesis-dependent modulation of the lamprey locomotor network. Journal of Neuroscience 18, 48004813.
  • Perrier, J.-F. & Hounsgaard, J. (2000). Development and regulation of response properties in spinal cord motoneurons. Brain Research Bulletin 53, 529535.
  • Schotland, J., Shupliakov, O., Wikström, M., Brodin, L., Srinivasan, M., You, Z. B., Herrera-Marschitz, M., Zhang, W., Hökfelt, T. & Grillner, S. (1995). Control of lamprey locomotor neurons by colocalized monoamine transmitters. Nature 374, 266268.
  • Talbot M. J. & Sayer, R. J. (1996). Intracellular QX-314 inhibits calcium currents in hippocampal CA1 pyramidal neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology 76, 21202124.
  • Tegnér, J., Matsushima, T., El manira, A. & Grillner, S. (1993). The spinal GABA system modulates burst frequency and intersegmental coordination in the lamprey: differential effects of GABAA and GABAB receptors. Journal of Neurophysiology 69, 647657.
  • Wallén, P., Buchanan, J. T., Grillner, S., Hill, R. H., Christenson, J. & Hökfelt, T. (1989). Effects of 5-hydroxytryptamine on the afterhyperpolarization, spike frequency regulation, and oscillatory membrane properties in lamprey spinal cord neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology 61, 759768.
  • Wikström M. A. & El manira, A. (1998). Calcium influx through N- and P/Q-type channels activates apamin-sensitive calcium-dependent potassium channels generating the late afterhyperpolarization in lamprey spinal neurons. European Journal of Neuroscience 10, 15281532.