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Dec 01, 2016· In lobsters and crabs, the STNS is a conveniently anatomically separated system of a few ganglia that controls rhythmic activity of the foregut and can easily be studied in vitro.The stomatogastric ganglion (STG) contains only ∼30 neurons, comprising two overlapping central pattern generating circuits that produce the slow gastric mill rhythm and the faster pyloric rhythm ().

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Dirk Bucher, Adam L. Taylor, and ; Eve Marder; Dirk Bucher. Search for more papers by this author, ... J Neurophysiol 69: 1373–1383, 1993. ... Marder et al. 2005 Marder E, Bucher D, Schulz DJ, and Taylor AL. Invertebrate central pattern generation moves along. Curr Biol 15: R685–699, ...

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Jorge-Rivera, Juan Carlos, Kamal Sen, J. T. Birmingham, L. F. Abbott, and Eve Marder. Temporal dynamics of convergent modulation at a crustacean neuromuscular ...

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Problem 1: biological data are variable. Even genetically identical single-cell organisms display variability in their responses to environmental stimuli and in the expression of mRNA and protein 5.This can be attributed to the accrued influence of the stochastic nature of every molecular biological process 6 as well as activity-dependent and environmentally influenced changes in channel ...

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Abstract. Articles in PresS. J Neurophysiol (February 22, 2006). doi:10.1152/jn.00004.2006 Central pattern generating neurons simultaneously express fast and slow ...

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Dirk Bucher, Adam L. Taylor, and Eve Marder Volen Center and Biology Department, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts Submitted 3 January 2006; accepted in final form 21 February 2006 Bucher, Dirk, Adam L. Taylor, and Eve Marder. Central pat-tern generating neurons simultaneously express fast and slow

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Experimental work suggests that synaptic and intrinsic neuronal properties vary considerably across identified neurons in different animals. The authors propose that instead of building a single ...

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The pericardial organs (POs) are a pair of neurosecretory organs that surround the crustacean heart and release neuromodulators into the hemolymph. In adult crustaceans, the POs are known to contain ...

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Eve Marder Dirk Bucher Studies of the stomatogastric nervous systems of lobsters and crabs have led to numerous insights into the cellular and circuit mechanisms that generate rhythmic motor patterns.

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Jan 10, 2013· Author Summary The nervous systems of cold-blooded animals must maintain essential function despite fluctuations in environmental temperature. We studied the pyloric rhythm of the crab, Cancer borealis. The pyloric rhythm is important for the animal's feeding behavior, and previous work has shown that relative timing, or phase, of the neurons in the pyloric circuit is temperature invariant ...

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Eve Marder, Dirk Bucher, David J. Schulz and Adam L. Taylor Central pattern generators (CPGs) are circuits that generate organized and repetitive motor patterns, such as those underlying feeding, locomotion and respiration. We summarize recent work on inverte-brate CPGs which has provided new insights into how rhythmic motor patterns are ...

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Published online 31 October 2007 | Nature 450, 21-23 (2007) | doi:10.1038/450021a . News Feature. Neuroscience: A gut feeling. When most people look at lobsters, they see dinner

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Feb 01, 2011· Golowasch J, Goldman MS, Abbott LF, Marder E. Failure of averaging in the construction of a conductance-based neuron model. J Neurophysiol. 2002; 87 :1129–1131.

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The nervous systems of cold-blooded animals must maintain essential function despite fluctuations in environmental temperature. We studied the pyloric rhythm of the crab, Cancer borealis.The pyloric rhythm is important for the animal's feeding behavior, and previous work has shown that relative timing, or phase, of the neurons in the pyloric circuit is temperature invariant over a range of ...

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Dec 01, 2016· In lobsters and crabs, the STNS is a conveniently anatomically separated system of a few ganglia that controls rhythmic activity of the foregut and can easily be studied in vitro.The stomatogastric ganglion (STG) contains only ∼30 neurons, comprising two overlapping central pattern generating circuits that produce the slow gastric mill rhythm and the faster pyloric rhythm ().

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May 03, 2005· Vacuum UV matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization (MALDI) Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry (FTMS) has been applied to the direct analysis of crustacean neuronal tissues using in-cell accumulation techniques to improve sensitivity. In an extension of previous work by Li and co-workers (Kutz, K. K.; Schmidt, J. J.; Li, L. Anal. Chem. 2004, 76, 5630−5640), and ...

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The rhythmically active pyloric and gastric mill motor patterns in the stomatogastric ganglion of the crab, Cancer borealis, are influenced by modulatory projection neurons whose somata are located p...

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DOI 10.1016/j.cub.2005.08.022 Invertebrate Central Pattern Generation Moves along Eve Marder, Dirk Bucher, David J. Schulz and Adam L. Taylor Review Central pattern generators (CPGs) are circuits that generate organized and repetitive motor patterns, such as …

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BibTeX @MISC{Bucher_runninghead:, author = {Dirk Bucher and Adam L. Taylor and Eve Marder}, title = {Running head: Simultaneous fast and slow rhythms in STG neurons}, year = {}}

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Eve Marder, Dirk Bucher, David J. Schulz and Adam L. Taylor Central pattern generators (CPGs) are circuits that generate organized and repetitive motor patterns, such as those underlying feeding, locomotion and respiration. We summarize recent work on inverte-brate CPGs which has provided new insights into how rhythmic motor patterns are ...

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