John H Byrne
John H Byrne
University of Texas
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Presynaptic facilitation revisited: state and time dependence
JH Byrne, ER Kandel
The Journal of Neuroscience 16 (2), 425, 1996
Cellular analysis of associative learning.
JH Byrne
Physiological Reviews 67 (2), 329-439, 1987
Mathematical modeling of gene networks
P Smolen, DA Baxter, JH Byrne
Neuron 26 (3), 567-580, 2000
Modeling transcriptional control in gene networks—methods, recent results, and future directions
P Smolen, DA Baxter, JH Byrne
Bulletin of mathematical biology 62, 247-292, 2000
100 years of consolidation—remembering Müller and Pilzecker
HA Lechner, LR Squire, JH Byrne
Learning & memory 6 (2), 77-87, 1999
Associative conditioning of single sensory neurons suggests a cellular mechanism for learning
ET Walters, JH Byrne
Science 219 (4583), 405-408, 1983
Operant Reward Learning in Aplysia: Neuronal Correlates and Mechanisms
B Brembs, FD Lorenzetti, FD Reyes, DA Baxter, JH Byrne
Science 296 (5573), 1706-1709, 2002
More than synaptic plasticity: role of nonsynaptic plasticity in learning and memory
R Mozzachiodi, JH Byrne
Trends in neurosciences 33 (1), 17-26, 2010
The right time to learn: mechanisms and optimization of spaced learning
P Smolen, Y Zhang, JH Byrne
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 17 (2), 77-88, 2016
Modeling circadian oscillations with interlocking positive and negative feedback loops
P Smolen, DA Baxter, JH Byrne
Journal of Neuroscience 21 (17), 6644-6656, 2001
Mechanoafferent neurons innervating tail of Aplysia. I. Response properties and synaptic connections
ET Walters, JH Byrne, TJ Carew, ER Kandel
Journal of Neurophysiology 50 (6), 1522-1542, 1983
From molecules to networks: an introduction to cellular and molecular neuroscience
JH Byrne, R Heidelberger, MN Waxham
Academic Press, 2014
Frequency selectivity, multistability, and oscillations emerge from models of genetic regulatory systems
P Smolen, DA Baxter, JH Byrne
American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 274 (2), C531-C542, 1998
Mechanoafferent neurons innervating tail of Aplysia. II. Modulation by sensitizing stimulation
ET Walters, JH Byrne, TJ Carew, ER Kandel
Journal of neurophysiology 50 (6), 1543-1559, 1983
Simulation of synaptic depression, posttetanic potentiation, and presynaptic facilitation of synaptic potentials from sensory neurons mediating gill-withdrawal reflex in Aplysia
KJ Gingrich, JH Byrne
Journal of neurophysiology 53 (3), 652-669, 1985
Role of transforming growth factor-β in long-term synaptic facilitation in Aplysia
F Zhang, S Endo, LJ Cleary, A Eskin, JH Byrne
Science 275 (5304), 1318-1320, 1997
Receptive fields and response properties of mechanoreceptor neurons innervating siphon skin and mantle shelf in Aplysia.
J Byrne, V Castellucci, ER Kandel
Journal of Neurophysiology 37 (5), 1041-1064, 1974
Cellular Correlates of Long-Term Sensitization inAplysia
LJ Cleary, WL Lee, JH Byrne
Journal of Neuroscience 18 (15), 5988-5998, 1998
Long-Term Sensitization in Aplysia: Biophysical Correlates in Tail Sensory Neurons
KP Scholz, JH Byrne
Science 235 (4789), 685-687, 1987
Learning and memory: a comprehensive reference
JH Byrne
Academic Press, 2017
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