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This list relates to the year 2016-2017 Academic Year which ended on 31/08/2017
  1. SELECTED REFERENCES (mainly for the first segment of the module) 24 items
    1. From neuron to brain - John G. Nicholls c2012

      Book  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 Introduction to membrane biophysics and the molecular basis of excitability

    2. From neuron to brain - John G. Nicholls 2001

      Book  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 Introduction to membrane biophysics and the molecular basis of excitability

    3. Principles of neural science - Eric R. Kandel, James H. Schwartz, Thomas M. Jessell c2000

      Book  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 Chapters on ion channels, membrane potentials and action potentials.

    4. Principles of neural science - Eric R. Kandel, James H. Schwartz, Thomas M. Jessell c2000

      Book  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 Chapters on ion channels, membrane potentials and action potentials.

    5. The neuron: cell and molecular biology - Irwin B. Levitan, Leonard K. Kaczmarek 2002

      Book  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 Chapters on ion channels, membrane potentials and action potentials.

    6. Neuroscience - Dale Purves, J Augustine, George, David Fitzpatrick, C Hall, William c2012

      Book  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 Ion channels, and the electrical properties of excitable cells

    7. Ion channels of excitable membranes - Bertil Hille c2001

      Book  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 For a detailed look at ion channel function. see chapter 2, classical biophysics of the squid giant axon. Also, chapter 3 the superfamily of voltage-gated channels

    8. The synaptic organization of the brain - Gordon M. Shepherd 1998

      Book  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 For a more detailed look at the synapse, functional architecture in the nervous system and circuitry

    9. Neurons & glia seminar 10 items
      1. The discovery of the neuron | Mo Costandi

        Webpage  ICM6012 Cellluar & Molecular Neurons & Glia seminar

      2. Sabbatini, R.M.E.: Neurons and Synapses: The History

        Webpage  ICM6012 Cellular & Neuroscience Neurons & Glia seminar

      3. Neuroscience thinks big (and collaboratively) - Eric R. Kandel, Henry Markram, Paul M. Matthews, Rafael Yuste 2013-8-20

        Article  ICM6012 Cellular & Molecular Neurons & glia seminar

      4. A technicolour approach to the connectome.

        Article  ICM6012 Cellular & Molecular Neurons & Glia seminar

      5. The Neuron Doctrine, Redux - Theodore H. Bullock, Michael V. L. Bennett, Daniel Johnston, Robert Josephson, Eve Marder and R. Douglas Fields 2005

        Article  ICM6012 Cellular & Molecular Neurons & glia seminar

    10. Subcellular organisation in the nervous system - Dr. Joanna Riddoch-Contreas 6 items
      1. Endoplasmic Reticulum, Protein Synthesis and Translocation Machinery - Nicchitta, Christopher 2007

        Article  ICM6012 Cellular & Molecular Subcellular organisation in the nervous system - Dr. Joanna Riddoch-Contreas

      2. From molecules to networks: an introduction to cellular and molecular neuroscience - John H. Byrne, James Lewis Roberts c2009

        Book  ICM6012 Cellular & Molecular Subcellular organisation in the nervous system - Dr. Joanna Riddoch-Contreas

      3. Role of Axonal Transport in Neurodegenerative Diseases - annurev.neuro.31.061307.090711

        Webpage  ICM6012 Cellular & Molecular Subcellular organisation in the nervous system - Dr. Joanna Riddoch-Contreas

      4. Endoplasmic Reticulum, Protein Synthesis and Translocation Machinery - Nicchitta, Christopher 2007

        Article  ICM6012 Cellular & Molecular Subcellular organisation in the nervous system - Dr. Joanna Riddoch-Contreas

      5. Synaptic Vesicle Exocytosis

        Document  ICM6012 Cellular & Molecular Subcellular organisation in the nervous system - Dr. Joanna Riddoch-Contreas

      6. Axonal transport deficits and neurodegenerative diseases - nrn3380.pdf

        Document  ICM6012 Cellular & Molecular Subcellular organisation in the nervous system - Dr. Joanna Riddoch-Contreas

  2. ORINGINAL PAPERS - Some intriguing examples of voltage-gated ion channel function: 2 items
    1. Prediction of repetitive firing behaviour from voltage clamp data on an isolated neurone soma - J.A. Connor, C.F Stevens February 1971

      Article  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 Some intriguing examples of voltage-gated ion channel function.

    2. GTP-induced tetrodotoxin-resistant Na+ current regulates excitability in mouse and rat small diameter sensory neurones - Mark D. Baker, Sonia Y. Chandra, Yanning Ding, Stephen G. Waxman 04/2003

      Article  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 Some intriguing examples of voltage-gated ion channel function.

  3. ORINGINAL PAPERS - Some ion channel/cellular and network properties we will talk about on the course: 4 items
    1. Nociceptor-specific gene deletion reveals a major role for Nav1.7 (PN1) in acute and inflammatory pain - M. A. Nassar, L. C. Stirling, G. Forlani, M. D. Baker 24/08/2004

      Article  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 Some intriguing examples of voltage-gated ion channel function.

    2. SCN9A Mutations in Paroxysmal Extreme Pain Disorder: Allelic Variants Underlie Distinct Channel Defects and Phenotypes - Caroline R. Fertleman, Mark D. Baker, Keith A. Parker, Sarah Moffatt 12/2006

      Article  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 Some ion channel/cellular and network properties we will talk about on the course.

    3. Painful Channels - William A. Catterall, Frank H. Yu 12/2006

      Article  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 Some ion channel/cellular and network properties we will talk about on the course.

    4. An SCN9A channelopathy causes congenital inability to experience pain - James J. Cox, Frank Reimann, Adeline K. Nicholas, Gemma Thornton 14/12/2006

      Article  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 Some ion channel/cellular and network properties we will talk about on the course.

  4. ORINGINAL PAPERS - The entorhinal cortex/hippocampus involvement in allocentric spatial mapping: 3 items
    1. The hippocampus as a spatial map. Preliminary evidence from unit activity in the freely-moving rat - J. O'Keefe, J. Dostrovsky 11/1971

      Article  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 The entorhinal cortex/hippocampus involvement in allocentric spatial mapping

    2. Place units in the hippocampus of the freely moving rat - John O'Keefe 1976-1

      Article  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 The entorhinal cortex/hippocampus involvement in allocentric spatial mapping

    3. Spatial Representation in the Entorhinal Cortex - Marianne Fyhn, Sturla Molden, Menno P. Witter, Edvard I. Moser and May-Britt Moser 2004

      Article  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 The entorhinal cortex/hippocampus involvement in allocentric spatial mapping

  5. ORINGINAL PAPERS - Insights into the role of a partial cue in memory retrieval: 1 item
    1. NMDA receptors, place cells and hippocampal spatial memory - Kazu Nakazawa, Thomas J. McHugh, Matthew A. Wilson, Susumu Tonegawa 2004-5

      Article  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 Insights into the role of a partial cue in memory retrieval

  6. ORINGINAL PAPERS - STEM CELLS 4 items
    1. Neural Stem Cells: Progenitors or Panacea? - Corinna Klein, Gord Fishell 2004

      Article  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 Stem Cells

    2. Origins of Spinal Cord Oligodendrocytes: Possible Developmental and Evolutionary Relationships with Motor Neurons - W.D.D. Richardson, N.P. Pringle, W.-P. Yu, A.C. Hall 1997

      Article  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 Stem Cells

    3. Neural induction: old problem, new findings, yet more questions - C. D. Stern 23/03/2005

      Article  Cellular & Molecular References 2015-2016 Stem Cells

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