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Journal Publications:

1)    Jhala S, Tamvacakis AN, Katz PS (2011) Toward locating the source of serotonergic axons in the tail nerve of Aplysia, Invertebrate Neuroscience (in press) PMID: 21877137, DOI 10.1007/s10158-011-0121-6.

2)    Sakurai A, Newcomb JM, Lillvis JL, Katz PS (2011) Different roles for homologous interneurons in species exhibiting similar rhythmic behaviors, Current Biology, 21(12): 1036-1041.  PMID: 21620707, doi:10.1016/j.cub.2011.04.040.   
The entire issue on “Evolutionary developmental biology (evo-devo) and behavior” is available at http://rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/366/1574.toc

3)    Katz PS (2011) Neural mechanisms underlying the evolvability of behavior, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B. 366 (1574): 2086-2099. PMID: 2690127, doi: 10.1098/rstb.2010.0336.

4)    Li W, Sunderraman R, and Katz P: A Visual Web Query System for NeuronBank Ontology. Proc. of the Workshop on Visual Interfaces to the Social and Semantic Web (VISSW 2011), Palo Alto, US, February 13, 2011, CEUR-WS.org, ISSN 1613-0073, online CEUR-WS.org/Vol-694/paper8.pdf.

5)    Katz, PS (2010) The nature of neuroethology, Brain Behavior and Evolution73(3-4): 163-4, PMID: 21088378, DOI: 10.1159/000321719

6)    Katz, PS (2010) Comparative studies provide evidence for neural reuse, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 33: 278-279. Target article: Anderson ML. (2010) Neural reuse: a fundamental organizational principle of the brain. Behav Brain Sci. 2010 Aug;33(4):245-66; discussion 266-313. PMID: 20964882. doi: 10.1017/S0140525X10000853.

7)    Katz PS, Calin-Jageman RJ, Dhawan A, Frederick C, Gao S, Dissanayaka R, Hiremath N, .Ma W, Shen X, Wang HC, Yang H, Prasad S, Sunderraman R, Zhu Y (2010) NeuronBank: a tool for cataloging neuronal circuitry, Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 4:9. doi:10.3389/fnsys.2010.00009 http://www.frontiersin.org/systemsneuroscience/paper/10.3389/fnsys.2010.00009/

8)    Katz PS (2009) Preface to molluscan neurobiology: recent advances and new vistas. Brain Behav.Evol. 74 (3):159-163. PMID: 20029180

9)    Sakurai A, Katz PS (2009) Functional recovery following lesion of a central pattern generator. J. Neurosci 29(42): 13115-13125.  PMID: 19846699
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10) Katz PS and Newcomb JM (2009) Brains of Beauties: The swimming styles of sea slugs demonstrate how malleable neural circuitry can be.  Natural History 118 (4):36-41.

11) Sakurai A, Katz PS (2009) State-, timing-, and pattern-dependent neuromodulation of synaptic strength by a serotonergic interneuron. J Neurosci. 2009 Jan 7;29(1):268-79. PMID: 19129403

12) Newcomb, JM and Katz PS (2009) Different functions for homologous serotonergic interneurons and serotonin in species-specific rhythmic behaviours. Proc Biol Sci. 276(1654):99-108.. PMID: 18782747
http://journals.royalsociety.org/content/r518g1w222455473/ 
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13) Hill ES, Sakurai A, Katz PS. (2008) Transient enhancement of spike-evoked calcium signaling by a serotonergic interneuron, J Neurophysiol. 100(5):2919-28. PMID: 18815341

14) S Clemens, R Calin-Jageman, and PS. Katz (2007 ) Altering cAMP levels within a central pattern generator modifies or disrupts rhythmic motor output. J. Comp. Physiol. 193(12):1265-71. PMID: 17972082

15) A. Sakurai, R.J. Calin-Jageman, and P.S. Katz (2007) The potentiation phase of spike timing-dependent neuromodulation by a serotonergic interneuron involves an increase in the fraction of transmitter release. Journal of Neurophysiology. 98(4):1975-87 PMID: 17686912

16) R. Calin-Jageman, M. Tunstall, B. Mensh,P.S. Katz, W. N. Frost (2007) Parameter space analysis suggests multi-site plasticity contributes to motor pattern initiation in Tritonia. Journal of Neurophysiology 98(4):2382-98. PMID: 17652417

17) E.S. Hill and P.S. Katz (2007) The role of membrane potential in calcium signaling during rhythmic bursting in Tritonia swim interneurons. Journal of Neurophysiology, 97(3): 2204-2214 PMID: 17229821

18) R.J. Calin-Jageman, A. Dhawan, H. Yang, H.-C. Wang, H. Tian, P. Phoungphol, C. Frederick, J. Balasooriya, Y. Chen, S.K. Prasad, R. Sunderraman, Y. Zhu, and P.S. Katz (2007) Development of NeuronBank: A Federation of Customizable Knowledge Bases of Neuronal Circuitry,  Proceedings of the Ist IEEE International Workshop on Service Oriented Technologies for Biological Databases and Tools - IEEE Services Computing Workshops (SOBDAT/SCW 2007).  July 13,  Salt Lake City, Utah.

19) Sakurai A (2007) Spike timing-dependent neuromodulation in the Tritonia swim central pattern generator. Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry 24 (1): 18-26. [in Japanese]

20) R.J. Calin-Jageman, C. Xie, Y. Pan, A. Vandenberg & P.S. Katz (2007) NEURONgrid: A toolkit for generating parameter-space maps using NEURON in a grid environment. In LNCS Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics, v. 4463. I. Mandoiu and A. Zelikovsky (Eds.), pp. 182–191.

21) J.M. Newcomb and P.S. Katz (2007) Homologues of serotonergic central pattern generator neurons in related nudibranch molluscs with divergent behaviors, J.Comp.Physiol.A. 193(4): 425-443. PMID: 17180703

22) P.S. Katz (2006) Evolution and Development of Neural Circuits in Invertebrates. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 17(1): 59-64. PMID: 17174546

23) W.B.Kristan and P. Katz (2006) Form and function in systems neuroscience. Current Biology. 16(19): R828-R831 doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2006.08.079

24) J.M. Newcomb , D.J. Fickbohm, and P.S. Katz (2006) Comparative mapping of serotonin-immunoreactive neurons in the central nervous systems of nudibranch molluscs.  J. Comparative Neurology. 499(3): 485-505. PMID: 16998939

25) R.J. Calin-Jageman and P.S. Katz (2006) A distributed computing tool for generating neural simulation databases. Neural Computation. 18(12):2923-7. PMID: 17052151

26) P.S. Katz (2006) Comparative Neurophysiology: An Electric Convergence in Fish [Dispatch]. Current Biology 16(9): R327-R330. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2006.03.074

27) P.S. Katz (2006) Personal Report: Q&A, Current Biology 16(6): R190-191. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2006.02.033

28) A. Sakurai, N.R. Darghouth, R.J. Butera, and P.S. Katz (2006) Serotonergic enhancement of a 4-AP-sensitive current mediates the synaptic depression phase of spike-timing dependent neuromodulation. J. Neuroscience. 26: 2010 – 2021.
http://www.jneurosci.org/cgi/content/abstract/26/7/2010

29) H. Tian, R. Sunderraman, R. Calin-Jageman, H. Yang, Y. Zhu, and P.S. Katz (2006) NeuroQL: A Domain-Specific Query Language for Neuroscience Data, Current Trends in Database Technology – EDBT 2006, Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science. v. 4254: pp 613-634.

30) D.J. Fickbohm, N. Spitzer, P.S. Katz (2005) Pharmacological manipulation of serotonin levels in the nervous system of the opisthobranch mollusc Tritonia diomedea. Biological Bulletin  209: 67-74.
http://www.biolbull.org/cgi/content/abstract/209/1/67

31) J. A. Pamplin, Y. Zhu, P.S. Katz, R. Sunderraman (2005) A 3D User Interface for Visualizing Neuron Location in Invertebrate Ganglia, Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Computer Graphics and Geometric Modeling, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 3515: 347 – 350.  (download pdf)

32) P.S. Katz, A. Sakurai, S. Clemens, D. Davis  (2004) The Cycle Period of a Network Oscillator is Independent of Membrane Potential and Spiking Activity in Individual Central Pattern Generator Neurons. J Neurophysiol. .92: 1904-1917.
http://jn.physiology.org/cgi/content/full/92/3/1904.

33) C.P. Lynn-Bullock, K. Welshhans, S.L. Pallas,  P.S. Katz (2004) The effect of oral 5-HTP administration on 5-HTP and 5-HT immunoreactivity in monaminergic brain regions of rats. J.Chemical Neuroanatomy. 27(2):129-138. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jchemneu.2004.02.003

34) Sakuari, A. and P.S. Katz (2003) Spike Timing-Dependent Serotonergic Neuromodulation of Synaptic Strength Intrinsic to a Central Pattern Generator Circuit. J. Neuroscience. 23: 10745-10755. http://www.jneurosci.org/cgi/content/full/23/34/10745

35) P.S. Katz (2003) Synaptic gating: The potential to open closed doors. [Dispatch] Current Biology 13: R554 - R556.

36) S. Clemens and P.S. Katz (2003) G protein signaling in a neuronal network is necessary for rhythmic motor pattern production.  Journal of Neurophysiology 89: 762-772 http://jn.physiology.org/cgi/content/abstract/89/2/762

37) P.S. Katz, D.J. Fickbohm, and C.P. Lynn-Bullock (2001) Evidence that the swim CPG of Tritonia arose from a non-rhythmic neuromodulatory arousal system:  Implications for the evolution of specialized behavior. American Zoologist. 41: 962-975. http://icb.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/41/4/962?ct

38) D.J. Fickbohm, C.P. Lynn-Bullock, N. Spitzer, H.K. Caldwell, and P.S. Katz  (2001) Localization and quantification of 5-hydroxytryptophan and serotonin in the central nervous systems of Tritonia and Aplysia. Journal of Comparative Neurology.  437:91-105. http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/abstract/85006271

39) P.S. Katz and S. Clemens (2001) Biochemical networks in nervous systems: Expanding neuronal information processing beyond voltage signals. Trends in Neurosciences. 24(1): 18-25. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0166-2236(00)01686-6

40) S. Clemens and P.S. Katz (2001) Identified Serotonergic Neurons in the Tritonia Swim CPG Activate Both Ionotropic and Metabotropic Receptors  J.Neurophysiol. 85: 476-479. http://jn.physiology.org/cgi/content/abstract/85/1/476

41) D.J. Fickbohm and P.S. Katz (2000) Paradoxical actions of the serotonin precursor, 5‑hydroxytryptophan, on the activity of identified serotonergic neurons in a simple motor circuit .  J. Neuroscience, 20(4): 1622-1634. http://www.jneurosci.org/cgi/content/abstract/20/4/1622

42) P.S. Katz and R.M. Harris-Warrick (1999) The evolution of neuronal circuits underlying species-specific behavior.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 9: 628-633. http://www.biomednet.com/library/abstract/JNRB.nb9508

43) P.S. Katz (1998) Comparison of extrinsic and intrinsic neuromodulation in two central pattern generator circuits in invertebrates. Experimental Physiology, 83:281-292.

44) P.S. Katz (1998) Neuromodulation Intrinsic to the Central Pattern Generator for Escape Swimming in Tritonia. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 860: 181-188.

45) P.S. Katz (1997) Extrinsic and Intrinsic Neuromodulation of Motor Systems: Physiological Mechanisms for Behavioral Flexibility. Journal of Physiology (London) 504.P: 2S.

46) P.S. Katz and W.N. Frost (1997) Removal of spike frequency adaptation via neuromodulation intrinsic to the Tritonia escape swim central pattern generator. Journal of Neuroscience 17(20): 7703-7713. http://www.jneurosci.org/cgi/content/abstract/17/20/7703

47) W.N. Frost and P.S. Katz (1996) Single neuron control over a complex motor program  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA  93: 422-426. http://www.pnas.org/cgi/content/abstract/93/1/422

48) P.S. Katz and W.N. Frost (1996) Intrinsic neuromodulation:  Altering neuronal circuits from within.  Trends in Neurosciences 19:  54-61.

49) P.S. Katz (1995)  Intrinsic and extrinsic neuromodulation of motor circuits.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology 5:  799-808.

50) P.S. Katz and W.N. Frost (1995) Intrinsic neuromodulation in the Tritonia swim CPG:  Serotonin mediates both neuromodulation and neurotransmission by the dorsal swim interneurons, J.Neurophysiology 74:  2281-2294. http://jn.physiology.org/cgi/content/abstract/74/6/2281

51) P.S. Katz and W.N. Frost (1995) Intrinsic neuromodulation in the Tritonia swim CPG:  The serotonergic dorsal swim interneurons act presynaptically to enhance transmitter release from interneuron C2.  J. Neuroscience 15: 6035-6045. http://www.jneurosci.org/cgi/content/abstract/15/9/6035

52) P.S. Katz, P.A. Getting, and W.N. Frost (1994) Dynamic neuromodulation of synaptic strength intrinsic to a central pattern generator circuit. Nature 367: 729-731.

53) P.S. Katz, M.D. Kirk and C.K. Govind (1993)  Facilitation and depression at different branches of the same motor axon: Evidence for presynaptic differences in release. Journal of Neuroscience 13: 3075-3089. http://www.jneurosci.org/cgi/content/abstract/13/7/3075

54) P.S. Katz and I.B. Levitan (1993) Quisqualate and ACPD are Agonists for a glutamate-activated current in identified Aplysia neurons.  J. Neurophysiology 69: 143-150. http://jn.physiology.org/cgi/content/abstract/69/1/143

55) P.S. Katz and R.M. Harris-Warrick (1991)  Recruitment of crab gastric mill neurons into the pyloric motor pattern by mechanosensory afferent stimulation.  J. Neurophysiology, 65: 1442-1451. http://jn.physiology.org/cgi/content/abstract/65/6/1442

56) P.S. Katz (1991) Neuromodulation and the evolution of a simple motor system, Seminars in the Neurosciences, 3: 379-389.

57) P.S. Katz and R.M. Harris-Warrick (1990) Neuromodulation of the crab pyloric central pattern generator by serotonergic / cholinergic proprioceptive afferents.  J. Neuroscience. 10:  1495-1512. http://www.jneurosci.org/cgi/content/abstract/10/5/1495

58) P.S. Katz and R.M. Harris-Warrick (1990)  Actions of identified neuromodulatory neurons in a simple motor system.  Trends in Neurosciences, 13: 367-373.

59) R.M. Harris-Warrick, R.E. Flamm, B.R. Johnson, and P.S. Katz (1989) Modulation of neural circuits in crustacea.  Amer. Zool. 29: 1305‑1320.

60) P.S. Katz, M.H. Eigg, and R.M. Harris-Warrick (1989) Serotonergic / cholinergic muscle receptor cells in the crab stomatogastric nervous system:  I. Identification and characterization of the gastro-pyloric receptor cells.  J. Neurophysiology  62:  558‑570.  http://jn.physiology.org/cgi/content/abstract/62/2/558

61) P.S. Katz and R.M. Harris-Warrick (1989) Serotonergic / cholinergic muscle receptor cells in the crab stomatogastric nervous system:  II. Rapid nicotinic and prolonged modulatory effects on neurons in the stomatogastric ganglion.  J. Neurophysiology  62: 571‑581. http://jn.physiology.org/cgi/content/abstract/62/2/571

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Books:

P.S. Katz, ed. (1999) Beyond Neurotransmission: Neuromodulation and its importance for Information Processing, Oxford University Press, New York. http://www.oup.co.uk/isbn/0-19-852424-2

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Book Chapters and Encylopedic Articles:

1)    P.S. Katz (2010) The Tritonia Central Pattern Generator.  In “Handbook of Brain Microcircuits” G. Shepherd and S. Grillner (eds). Chapter 45, pp 443-449. Oxford University Press: New York.

2)    P.S. Katz (2009): Tritonia Swim Network, Scholarpedia.org 4(5):3638. (http://www.scholarpedia.org/article/Tritonia_swim_network)

3)    P.S. Katz and R. Calin-Jageman (2008) Neuromodulation.  In “New Encyclopedia of Neuroscience  pp 497-503, (L. Squire, ed), Academic Press.

4)    P.S. Katz (2007) Tritonia, Scholarpedia.org, p.16478 (http://www.scholarpedia.org/article/Tritonia)

5)    P.S. Katz (2007)  Unanswered questions, Chapter 37- Information Flow and the Neuron Biology: in The Dynamic Science, Authors: Russell, Wolfe, Hertz & Starr, Publisher: Thomson Higher Education: Brooks/Cole.

6)    P.S. Katz and S.L. Hooper (2007) Invertebrate Central Pattern Generators.  In “Invertebrate Neuroscience” G.North and R. Greenspan (eds), Cold Spring Harbor Press..

7)    P.S. Katz and J.M. Newcomb (2006) A Tale of Two CPGs: Phylogenetically polymorphic networks.  In “Evolution of Nervous systems”, Volume 1.  JH Kaas (ed), Elsevier, Oxford, UK.  pp 367-374 (Manuscript available upon request) – Publisher’s site

8)    P.S. Katz (1999) What are we talking about?  Modes of Neuronal Communication, In Beyond Neurotransmission:  Neuromodulation and its importance for information processing, P.S. Katz (ed.), Oxford Univ. Press, New York, pp 1-28.

9)    P.S. Katz and D.H. Edwards (1999) Metamodulation: The control and modulation of neuromodulation, In Beyond Neurotransmission: Neuromodulation and its importance for information processing,  P.S. Katz (ed.), Oxford Univ. Press,  New York, pp 339-381.

10) O. Kiehn and P.S. Katz (1999) Making circuits dance: Neuromodulation of motor systems, In Beyond Neurotransmission: Neuromodulation and its importance for information flow,  P.S. Katz (ed.), Oxford Univ. Press,  New York, pp 275-317.

11) W.N. Frost, J.R. Lieb, Jr., M.J. Tunstall, B.D. Mensh, and P.S. Katz (1997) Integrate-and-Fire Simulations of Two Molluscan Neural Circuits, In: Neurons, Networks, and Motor Behavior. P.S.G. Stein, A.I. Selverston, D.G. Stuart, and S. Grillner, eds. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, pp. 173-179.

12) P.S. Katz (1995) Neuromodulation and motor pattern generation in the crustacean stomatogastric nervous system, In: Neural Control of Movement. W.R. Ferrell, and U. Proske, eds. Plenum Press, NY, pp 277-283.

13) P.S. Katz and K. Tazaki (1992) Comparative and evolutionary aspects of the stomatogastric system, In:  Dynamic Biological Networks: The Stomatogastric Nervous System. R.M. Harris-Warrick, E. Marder, A.I. Selverston, and M. Moulins eds., MIT Press, Cambridge, pp. 221-261.

14) R.M. Harris-Warrick, R.E. Flamm, B.R. Johnson, P.S. Katz, O. Kiehn, B. Zhang (1992) Neuromodulation of small neural networks in Crustacea.  Neurotoxicology 1991: Molecular Basis of Drug and Pesticide Action, I.R.Duce, ed. Elsevier Applied Science, Essex, England, pp. 323-338.

15) R.M. Harris-Warrick and P.S. Katz (1990) Sensory modulation of motor pattern generators in the crab stomatogastric ganglion.  In:  Frontiers in Crustacean Neurobiology  K. Wiese, et al. (ed). Birkenhauser Verlag, Basel,  pp. 431-438.

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Book Reviews:

P.S. Katz (1993) Review of "Neurobiology of Motor Programme Selection:  New Approaches to the Study of Behavioural Choice"  Trends in Neurosciences 16: 249-250.

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Interviews:

Katz PS (2006) Personal Report: Q&A, Current Biology 16(6): R190-191.

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Meeting reviews:

1)    Katz PS (2010) Meeting Review: International Congress of Neuroethology Salamanca Spain, August 2 – 7, 2010. Invertebrate Neuroscience. [Epub ahead of print], PMID: 21046423.

2)    P.S. Katz (1996) Neurons, Networks, and Motor Behavior. Neuron 16: 245-253.

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Recent Abstracts:

1)    Lillvis JL and Katz PS (2011) “Electrophysiological properties of homologous identified neurons do not display functional or phylogenetic consistency” 918.03 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2011. Online.

2)    Sakurai A, and Katz PS (2011) “Distinct neural circuit architectures produce analogous rhythmic behaviors in related species” 918.04 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2011. Online.

3)    Gunarantne CA, Lillvis JL, and Katz PS (2011) “Identification of Homologues of Tritonia swim CPG neurons in other Nudipleura molluscs” 918.05 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2011. Online.Sakurai A, Newcomb JM and Katz PS (2010) “Homologous interneurons have distinct functions in the generation of similar rhythmic motor patterns” 783.7 2010 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. San Diego, CA: Society for Neuroscience, 2010. Online

4)    Lillvis, JL and Katz PS (2010) “Species differences in serotonergic neuromodulation related to locomotor behavior” 783.6 2010 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. San Diego, CA: Society for Neuroscience, 2010. Online.

5)    Lillvis, JL and Katz PS (2010) “Species differences in serotonergic neuromodulation related to locomotor behavior” International Congress of Neuroethology. – Winner of Best Poster Presentation.

6)    Sakurai A and Katz PS (2009) “Synaptic properties predict individual susceptibility to and recovery from lesion of a central pattern generator” Society for Neuroscience Program No. 366.14. 2009 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Chicago, IL: Society for Neuroscience, 2009. Online.

7)    J.L. Lillvis and P.S. Katz (2008) “Identification of a FMRFamide-like immunoreactive neuron in the cerebral ganglion of Aplysia californica” Program #880.2, Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2008. Online

8)    S. Jhala, A. Sakurai, J.L. Lillvis, P.S. Katz (2008) “Serotonergic innervation of the Aplysia tail nerve” Program #880.3, Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2008. Online

9)    A. Sakurai, P.S. Katz (2008) “A serotonergic interneuron evokes both state-dependent and state-independent neuromodulatory actions” Program #574.3, Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2008. Online

10) P.S. Katz, A. Sakurai, E.S. Hill, C.A. Gunaratne (2008) “Interactions of state-dependent and state-independent neuromodulation account for spike-timing dependent neuromodulation” Program #574.4, Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2008. Online

11) J. Bentley-Sloan, A.B. Kohn, M. Citarella1, E.V. Bobkova1, R.E. Virata1, R. Shaw, F. Yu, P.S. Katz, W. Farmerie, R. Gillette, L.L. Moroz (2008) “Toward evolutionary dynamic of neuronal transcriptomes: Insights from simpler nervous systems of gastropod molluscs” Program # 793.1, Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2008. OnlineLillvis JL, Kohn AB, Yu, F, Shaw, R, Farmerie, W, Moroz LL, Katz PS (2007) Neuropeptide gene expression patterns in the gastropod mollusc, Tritonia diomedea. Society for Neuroscience. Program No. 140.8. Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA.

12) A. Sakurai, P.S. Katz (2007) Adaptive plasticity underlies functional recovery following lesion of a central pattern generator. Society for Neuroscience. Program No. 188.12 Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA.

13) A.C. Ajlen, P.S. Katz, K.J. Frantz, R. Calin-Jageman (2007) Amphetamine enhances locomotor activity after repeated exposure in the marine mollusc Aplysia californica. Society for Neuroscience. Program No. 429.10. Society for Neuroscience. San Diego, CA.

14) R. Calin-Jageman, W.N. Frost, P.S. Katz (2006) Neuromodulatory control of rhythmic neural activity in the Tritonia swim CPG: a large-scale computational analysis. Program # 350.1. Society for Neuroscience. 2006 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Atlanta, GA: Society for Neuroscience, 2006. Online.

15) P.S. Katz,  J.M. Newcomb  (2006) Phylogenetic reconfiguration of neural circuits underlying locomotion in nudibranch molluscs. Program # 350.2. Society for Neuroscience. 2006 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Atlanta, GA: Society for Neuroscience, 2006. Online.

16) J.M. Newcomb, M. M. Naugle, D. J. Fickbohm, P. S. Katz (2006) Comparative mapping of serotonin-immunoreactive neurons in the central nervous systems of nudibranch molluscs. Program # 129.18. Society for Neuroscience. 2006 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Atlanta, GA: Society for Neuroscience, 2006. Online.

17) E.S. Hill, P.S. Katz (2006) Heterosynaptic enhancement of spike-evoked Ca++ signals by a serotonergic interneuron. Program # 350.3. Society for Neuroscience. 2006 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Atlanta, GA: Society for Neuroscience, 2006. Online.

18) A.Sakurai, P.S. Katz (2006) Activity-dependent heterosynaptic augmentation of synaptic transmission caused by a serotonergic interneuron in the Tritonia swim CPG. Program # 350.4. Society for Neuroscience. 2006 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Atlanta, GA: Society for Neuroscience, 2006. Online.

19) J.M. Newcomb and P.S. Katz (2005) Evolution of central pattern generator circuitry in nudibranch molluscs: changes in the functions of identified neurons embedded in a common network.  Program No. 752.2.  2005 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner.  Washington D.C. Society for Neuroscience.

20) A. Sakurai; R.J. Calin-Jageman; P.S. Katz (2005) Serotonergic enhancement of transmitter release mediates the synaptic potentiation phase of spike timing-dependent neuromodulation. Program No. 177.13 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington D.C. Society for Neuroscience.

21) E.S. Hill and P.S. Katz (2005) Membrane potential accounts for the Ca++ signal during rhythmic bursting in a swim CPG neuron in the mollusc Tritonia diomedea. Program No. 54.3 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington D.C. Society for Neuroscience.

22) P.S. Katz, R.J. Calin-Jageman, C. Gardner, J.A. Pamplin, R. Sunderraman, H. Tian, H. Yang, Y. Zhu (2005) Development of NeuronBank: An on-line database of identified neurons and synaptic connections. Program No. 570.6 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington D.C. Society for Neuroscience.

23) A. Sakurai and P.S. Katz (2004) Serotonergic enhancement of a 4-AP sensitive current causes spike propagation failure in a Tritonia swim CPG neuron with multiple spike initiation zones. Program No. 537.1. 2004 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience.

24) N.R. Darghouth; A. Sakurai; R.J. Butera; P.S. Katz (2004) Computer simulations and dynamic clamp experiments support a role for a 4-AP-sensitive current in serotonin-induced spike narrowing leading to synaptic depression Soc. Neurosci Abstr 30 (in press).

25) J.M. Newcomb and P.S. Katz (2003) Homologous serotonergic neurons in two molluscan species differentially participate in analogous locomotor behaviors. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 29, #403.7.

26) A. Sakurai and P.S. Katz (2003) 4-AP and IBMX selectively block the depression phase of a biphasic neuromodulation of synaptic strength by serotonergic neurons in the Tritonia swim CPG. Soc. Neurosci Abstr. 29, #168.18.

27) J.M. Newcomb and P.S. Katz (2003) Homologous serotonergic neurons in two molluscan species differentially participate in analogous locomotor behaviors. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 29, #403.7.

28) P.S. Katz, A. Sakurai, S. Clemens, D. Davis (2002) Cycle period regulation in the Tritonia escape swim. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr.28, 67.5.

29) C.P. Lynn-Bullock, S. Clemens, A. Sakurai, and P.S. Katz (2002) Functional anatomy of the escape swim CPG in Tritonia. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr.28, 67.25.

30) L.B. Popova  and P.S. Katz (2002) The effects of 5-HT on acutely isolated serotonergic Tritonia swim CPG neurons. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr.28, 270.12.

31) A. Sakurai and P.S. Katz (2002) Serotonergic interneurons in Tritonia evoke a biphasic neuromodulatory action. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr.28, 270.13.

32) P.S. Katz (2001) Short-term synaptic plasticity suggests that 5-HT synthesis and reuptake affect separate transmitter pools at a serotonergic synapse in Tritonia. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr.27: 13.10.

33) S. Clemens and P.S. Katz (2001) Photolysis of intracellularly injected caged cyclic AMP rapidly affects the Tritonia swim CPG. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr.27: 306.29.

34) C.P.Lynn-Bullock, K.Welshhans, A.Reedy, S.F.Belinga, S.L.Pallas, P.S.Katz (2001) 5-HTP - and 5-HT- immunoreactivity in the raphe nucleus, substantia nigra, and locus coeruleus after oral 5-HTP administration. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr.27: 806.15.

35) D.R.McPherson and P.S.Katz (2001) Identification of serotonergic cerebral neurons that project to the pedal ganglia in Aplysia californica.  Soc. Neurosci. Abstr.27: 943.10.

36) S. Clemens and P.S. Katz (2000) Cyclic AMP mediates some actions of serotonergic neurons within the Tritonia swim CPG through a PKA-independent mechanism.  Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 26: 163.13.

37) D.J. Fickbohm, N. Spitzer, & P.S. Katz (2000) Serotonin homeostasis in the brain of Tritonia diomedea.  Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 26: 343.5.

38) S. Clemens and P.S. Katz (2000) Metabotropic serotonergic receptors in a central pattern generator control rhythmic motor pattern production and mediate some intrinsic neuromodulatory actions via cyclic AMP.  Federation of European Neuroscience Societies, p. 153.

39) D.J. Fickbohm, C.P. Lynn, H.K. Caldwell, and P.S. Katz (1999) The distribution of serotonin and its precursor, 5-HTP, in two molluscan species.  American Zoologist, 39 (5): 20A.

40) P.S. Katz, D.J. Fickbohm, and S. Clemens (1999) Control of serotonergic actions within the Tritonia swim circuit. American Zoologist, 39 (5): 109A.

41) S. Clemens and P.S. Katz (1999) "Un noveau role pour l'AMPc en tant que médiateur de la modulation intrinsèque dans un réseau neuronal chez le nudibranch Tritonia diomedea" Actes du 4ème Colloque de la Société des Neurosciences, Marseille, p. G-33.

42) S. Clemens and P.S. Katz (1999) G protein-coupled receptors are required for the generation of the swim motor pattern in Tritonia and may mediate modulatory actions of serotonergic CPG neurons. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 25: 1646.

43) D.J. Fickbohm & P.S. Katz (1999) Manipulation of 5-HT content alters the modulatory actions of serotonergic neurons in the Tritonia swim CPG. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 25:168.

44) H.N. Kingsley, C.P. Lynn, D.J. Fickbohm and P.S. Katz (1999) Immunohistochemical localization of the serotonin precursor 5-HTP shows some dissociation from 5-HT immunostaining in two molluscs. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 25:168.

45) D.J. Fickbohm and P.S. Katz (1998) Serotonin precursor treatment and behavioral training alter swim motor pattern  production in Tritonia. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 24: 358.

46) D.J. Fickbohm and P.S. Katz (1998) Long-term Plasticity of Serotonin Synapses in the Tritonia Escape Swim CPG in Response to Repeated Behavioral Activation or 5-Hydroxytryptophan Exposure. International Society for  Neuroethology.

47) L.B. Popova and P.S. Katz (1988) Serotonin responses of acutely isolated identified neurons from the Tritonia swim  CPG. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 24: 358.

 

 

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