pauca sed matura

[52] S. Aghayee, D. E Winkowski, Z. Bowen, E. E Marshall, M. J Harrington, P. O Kanold, W. Losert, “Particle Tracking Facilitates Real Time Capable Motion Correction in 2D or 3D Two-Photon Imaging of Neuronal Activity” Frontiers in Neural Circuits 2017

[51] R. Deng, JPY. Kao, P.O. Kanold, “ Distinct Translaminar Glutamatergic Circuits to GABAergic Interneurons in the Neonatal Auditory Cortex”, Cell Reports 2017

[50] X. Meng, JPY. Kao, H-K. Lee, P.O. Kanold, “ Intracortical Circuits in Thalamorecipient Layers of Auditory Cortex Refine after Visual Deprivation”, eNeuro 2017

[49] A. Kazemipour, J. Liu, Krystyna Solarana, D. Nagode, P. Kanold, M. Wu, B. Babadi, “Fast and Stable Signal Deconvolution via Compressible State-Space Models” IEEE Trans. on Biomedical Engineering 2017

[48] N. Francis N., P.O. Kanold ,”Automated Operant Conditioning in the Mouse Home Cage”, Frontiers Neural Circuits 2017

[47] D. Nagode, X. Meng, D. Winkowski, E. Smith, H. Khan-Tareen, V. Kareddy, J.P.Y. Kao, P.O. Kanold ”Abnormal development of the earliest cortical circuits in a mouse model of autism spectrum disorder”, Cell Reports, 18(5):1100-1108, 2017.

[46] D. Winkowski, D. Nagode, K. Donaldson, P. Yin, S.A. Shamma, J.B. Fritz, P.O. Kanold, “Orbitofrontal cortex neurons respond to sound and activate primary auditory cortex neurons”, Cerebral Cortex 2017

[45] S. Muralidharan, N.D.A. Dirda,E.J. Katz,CM. Tang, S. Bandyopadhyay, P.O. Kanold, J.P. Y. Kao “Ncm, a Photolabile Group for Preparation of Caged Molecules: Synthesis and Biological Application”, PLOS One 2016

[44] S. Viswanathan, A. Sheikh, L. Looger, P.O. Kanold, “Molecularly Defined Subplate Neurons Project Both to Thalamocortical Recipient Layers and Thalamus”, Cerebral Cortex 2016

[43] J. Mordel, A. Sheikh, S. Tsohataridis, P.O. Kanold, C.M. Zehendner, H.J. Luhmann, “Mild systemic inflammation and moderate hypoxia transiently alter neuronal excitability in mouse somatosensory cortex”, Neurobiology of Disease 2016

[42] X. Meng, JPY. Kao, H-K. Lee, P.O. Kanold, “Visual Deprivation Causes Refinement of Intracortical Circuits in the Auditory Cortex, Cell Reports 2015

[41] E. Petrus, G. Rodriguez, R. Patterson, B. Conner, P.O. Kanold, H-K. Lee, “Vision Loss Shifts the Balance of Feedforward and Intracortical Circuits in Opposite Directions in Mouse Primary Auditory and Visual Cortices”, Journal of Neuroscience 2015

[40] P.O. Kanold*, I. Nelken*, D.B. Polley*,”Local versus global scales of organization in auditory cortex”, Trends in Neuroscience 2014

[39] X. Meng, JPY. Kao, P.O. Kanold,”Differential signaling to subplate neurons by spatially specific silent synapses in developing auditory cortex”, Journal of Neuroscience 2014

[38] E. Petrus*, A. Isaiah*, AP. Jones, D. Li, H. Wang, H-K Lee, P.O. Kanold,”Crossmodal Induction of Thalamocortical Potentiation Leads to Enhanced Information Processing in the Auditory Cortex”, Neuron 2014 (F1000 review, BBC, NPR, Washington Post,, Voice of America)

[37] PV. Watkins, JPY Kao, P.O. Kanold,”Spatial pattern of intra-laminar connectivity in supragranular mouse auditory cortex “, Frontiers in Neural Circuits 2014

[36] D. Winkowski*, S. Bandyopadhyay*, S. Shamma, P.O. Kanold,”Frontal cortex activation causes rapid plasticity of auditory cortical processing”, Journal of Neuroscience 2013

[35] D. Winkowski, P.O. Kanold,”Laminar transformation of frequency organization in auditory cortex”, Journal of Neuroscience 2013

[34] CE Schreiner, P.O. Kanold, H. Ojima, SA Shamma, SG Lomber, “Auditory Cortical Function: Insights from Current Approaches”, Acoustics Today 2012

[33] MM Helmy, E. Ruusuvuori PV Watkins, J Voipio, P.O. Kanold, K. Kaila”Acid extrusion via blood-brain barrier causes alkalosis and seizures after neonatal asphyxia”, Brain 2012

[32] S. Viswanathan, S. Bandyopadhyay, JPY. Kao, P.O. Kanold,”Changing microcircuits in the subplate of the developing cortex”, Journal of Neuroscience 2012

[31] E. Tolner*, A. Sheikh*, A. Yukin, K. Kaila, P.O. Kanold,”Subplate neurons promote spindle bursts and thalamocortical patterning in the neonatal rat somatosensory cortex”, Journal of Neuroscience 2012

[30] F. Postma, CH. Liu, C. Dietsche, M. Khan, HK. Lee, D. Paul, P.O. Kanold,”Electrical synapses formed by connexin 36 regulate inhibition- and experience dependent plasticity”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2011

[29] K. He, A. Lee, L. Song, P.O. Kanold, HK. Lee, “AMPA receptor subunit GluR1 (GluA1) serine-845 site is involved in synaptic depression but not in spine shrinkage associated with chemical long-term depression”, J. Neurophysiology 2011

[28] P.O. Kanold, K.A. Davis, E. D. Young, “Somatosensory context alters auditory responses in the cochlear nucleus”, J. Neurophysiology 2011

[27] P.O. Kanold, H. J. Luhmann, “The subplate and early cortical circuits”, Annual Review of Neuroscience 2010

[26] D.A. Butts, P.O. Kanold,”The applicability of spike time dependent plasticity to development”, Frontiers in Synaptic Neuroscience 2010

[25] S. Bandyopadhyay, S. Shamma, P.O. Kanold,”Dichotomy of functional organization in the mouse auditory cortex”,  Nature Neuroscience, 2010.  see News & Views by Castro and Kandler

[24] Zhao, JPY Kao, P.O. Kanold,”Functional microcircuits in neonatal cortex connect thalamus and layer 4″, Journal of Neuroscience, 29(49):15479-88, 2009.

[23] A. Datwani, M.J. McConnell, P.O. Kanold, K.D. Micheva, B. Busse, M. Shamloo, S.J. Smith, and C.J. Shatz,, “Classical MHCI molecules regulate retinogeniculate refinement and limit ocular dominance plasticity”, Neuron, 64: 463–470, 2009

[22] P.O. Kanold, “Subplate neurons: crucial regulators of cortical development and plasticity”, Frontiers in Neuroanatomy, 3:16, 2009

[21] P.O. Kanold, Y.A. Kim, T. GrandPre, C. J. Shatz, “Co-regulation of Ocular Dominance Plasticity and NMDA Receptor Subunit Expression in Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase-65 Knock-Out Mice.”, J. Physiology (London), 587(Pt12):2857-67, 2009

[20] A. Cassady, S. L. Denham, P. Kanold, A. Andreou, “FPGA Based Silicon Spiking Neural Array”, IEEE BioCAS 2007, Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference, Montreal, Canada, 2007

[19] D.A. Butts, P.O. Kanold, C.J Shatz,”A burst-based “Hebbian learning rule at the retinogeniculate synapse links retinal waves and activity-dependent refinement”, PLOS Biology, 2007

[18] P.O. Kanold, C.J. Shatz, “Subplate Neurons Regulate Maturation of Cortical Inhibition and Outcome of Ocular Dominance Plasticity”, Neuron 2006

[17] J. Syken, T. GrandPre, P.O. Kanold, C.J Shatz,”PirB Restricts the Extent of Ocular Dominance Plasticity in Visual Cortex”, Science, 2006

[16] Y. Tagawa*, P.O. Kanold*, M. Majdan, C. J. Shatz, ” Multiple periods of functional ocular dominance plasticity in mouse visual cortex “, Nature Neuroscience 2005, *equal contribution, HMS focus article

[15] M. Atzori, P.O. Kanold, J.V. Flores-Hernandez, J.C. Pineda, R.D. Paz, ” Dopamine prevents acetylcholine-induced decrease of glutamate release in the auditory cortex “, Neuroscience 2005

[14] P.O. Kanold, P.B. Manis, ” Encoding the timing of inhibitory inputs “, Journal of Neurophysiol. 2005

[13] P.O. Kanold ” Transient microcircuits formed by subplate neurons and their role in functional development of thalamocortical connection “, Neuroreport, 2004

[12] P.O. Kanold, P. Kara, R.C. Reid, C.J. Shatz, ” Role of Subplate Neurons in Functional Maturation of Visual Cortical Columns “, Science 2003, see also Arber, S TINS 2004, and HMS Focus article

[11] M. Atzori, P.O. Kanold, J.C. Pineda, J. Flores-Hernandez, ” Dopamine-acetylcholine interactions in the modulation of glutamate release “, Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2003

[10] P.O. Kanold, E.D. Young, ” Proprioceptive Information from the Pinna Provides Somatosensory Input to Cat Dorsal Cochlear Nucleus “, Journal of Neuroscience, 2001

[9] Atzori M, Lei S, Evans DI, Kanold P.O, Phillips-Tansey E, McIntyre O, McBain CJ., ” Differential synaptic processing separates stationary from transient inputs to the auditory cortex “, Nature Neuroscience, 2001

[8] P.O. Kanold, P.B. Manis, ” Discharge pattern regulation in dorsal cochlear nucleus pyramidal cells by transient potassium currents: An investigation with a physiologically-based computational model “, Journal of Neurosphys., 2001

[7] P.O. Kanold, E.D. Young, P.B. Manis, “Auditory-somatosensory interactions in the dorsal cochlear nucleus”, In: Psychophysical and Physiological Bases of Auditory Function, Houtsma A.J.M., Kohlrausch, A., Prijs V.F., Schoonhoven, R., Eds., Shaker Publishing, Maastricht, pp.190-196, 2000

[6] P.O. Kanold, P.B. Manis, ” Transient potassium currents regulate the discharge pattern of dorsal cochlear nucleus pyramidal cells “, Journal of Neuroscience, 1999

[5] P.B. Manis, P.O. Kanold, S.C. Molitor,”Cellular physiology of pyramidal and cartwheel cells of the dorsal cochlear nucleus”, In: Psychophysical and Physiological Advances in Hearing, 11th International Symposium on Hearing, Palmer, A.R., Rees, A., Summerfield, A.Q. and Meddis, R., Eds. Whurr Publishers, London, England. pp. 221-227, 1998.

[4] P. Kanold, M. Block, Th. Selinger, M. Talmi, W. Yan, W. Zhang, “Test and Monitoring of an HDTV MPEG-2 Video Decoder using the TMS320C40”, Proceedings of ICSPAT, Dallas, 1994

[3] S. Yao, P. Kanold, “An Efficient Placement Tool for Gate Array Layout”, Proceedings of ASICON, Beijing, 1994

[2] Th. Selinger, M. Block, P. Kanold, M. Talmi, W. Yan, W. Zhang, M. Zieger, “A Chipset for a Single Board MPEG-2 SSP@H-1440L HDTV-Decoder”, International Workshop on HDTV, Torino, 1994

[1] M. Talmi, M. Block, P. Kanold, Th. Selinger, W. Yan, W. Zhang, M. Zieger, “VLSI realization of a hierarchical MPEG-2 TV&HDTV decoder”, Visual Communications and Image Processing,Abstract,VSPIE Vol. 2308 p. 1734-1741, 1994