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Recent Publications:

Veruki ML, Zhou Y, Castilho Á, Morgans CW, Hartveit E (2019). Extrasynaptic NMDA Receptors on Rod Pathway Amacrine Cells: Molecular Composition, Activation, and Signaling. Journal of Neuroscience 2019 Jan 23;39:627-650.

Zandt BJ, Veruki ML & Hartveit E. (2018). Electrotonic signal processing in AII amacrine cells: compartmental models and passive membrane properties for a gap junction-coupled retinal neuron. Brain Structure and Function doi: 10.1007/s00429-018-1696-z.

Veruki ML & Schubert T. (2018) Neural Circuits: When Neurons 'Remember' Their Connectivity. Current Biology 28(11):R662-R664. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2018.04.059.

Hartveit E, Zandt BJ, Madsen E, Castilho Á, Mørkve SH, Veruki ML. AMPA receptors at ribbon synapses in the mammalian retina: kinetic models and molecular identity. Brain Structure and Function 223(2):769-804. 2018 Mar;223(2):769-804.

Zandt BJ, Losnegård A, Hodneland E, Veruki ML, Lundervold A, Hartveit E. (2017). Semi-automatic 3D morphological reconstruction of neurons with densely branching morphology: Application to retinal AII amacrine cells imaged with multi-photon excitation microscopy. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 279:101-118.

Zandt BJ, Liu JH, Veruki ML, Hartveit E. (2017). AII amacrine cells: quantitative reconstruction and morphometric analysis of electrophysiologically identified cells in live rat retinal slices imaged with multi-photon excitation microscopy. Brain Structure and Function 222(1):151-182. 

Zhou Y, Tencerová B, Hartveit E, Veruki ML. (2016). Functional NMDA receptors are expressed by both AII and A17 amacrine cells in the rod pathway of the mammalian retina. Journal of Neurophysiology 115:389-403. 

Castilho Á, Madsen E, Ambrósio AF, Veruki ML, Hartveit E (2015). Diabetic hyperglycemia reduces Ca2+ permeability of extrasynaptic AMPA receptors in AII amacrine cells. Journal of Neurophysiology 114: 1545-53.

Castilho Á, Ambrósio AF, Hartveit E, Veruki ML (2015).Disruption of a neural microcircuit in the rod pathway of the mammalian retina by diabetes mellitus. Journal of Neuroscience 35: 5422-33.

Hartveit E & Veruki ML (2012). Electrical synapses between AII amacrine cells in the retina: Function and modulation. Brain Research. 1487:160-72.

Freeman DK, Jeng JS, Kelly SK, Hartveit E, Fried SI (2011). Calcium channel dynamics limit synaptic release in response to prosthetic stimulation with sinusoidal waveforms. Journal of Neural Engineering 8: 046005

Wang X, Veruki ML, Bukoreshtliev NV, Hartveit E, Gerdes HH (2010). Animal cells connected by nanotubes can be electrically coupled through interposed gap-junction channels. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U S A. 107: 17194-9.

Oltedal L, Hartveit E (2010). Transient release kinetics of rod bipolar cells revealed by capacitance measurement of exocytosis from axon terminals in rat retinal slices. Journal of Physiology 588: 1469-87.

Veruki ML, Oltedal L & Hartveit E (2010). Electrical coupling and passive membrane properties of AII amacrine cells. Journal of Neurophysiology 103: 1456-66.

Hartveit E & Veruki ML (2010). Accurate measurement of junctional conductance between electrically coupled cells with whole-cell voltage-clamp under conditions of high series resistance. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 187: 13-25.

 

Highlighted Publications:

Veruki ML, Zhou Y, Castilho Á, Morgans CW, Hartveit E (2019). Extrasynaptic NMDA Receptors on Rod Pathway Amacrine Cells: Molecular Composition, Activation, and Signaling. Journal of Neuroscience 2019 Jan 23;39:627-650.

Hartveit E & Veruki ML (2007). Studying properties of neurotransmitter receptors by non-stationary noise analysis of spontaneous postsynaptic currents and agonist-evoked responses in outside-out patches. Nature Protocols 2: 434-48.

Veruki ML, Mørkve SH & Hartveit E (2006). Activation of a presynaptic glutamate transporter regulates synaptic transmission through electrical signalling. Nature Neuroscience 9: 1388-1396.

Veruki ML & Hartveit E (2002). Electrical synapses mediate signal transmission in the rod pathway of the mammalian retina. Journal of Neuroscience 22: 10558-10566.

Veruki ML & Hartveit E (2002). AII (rod) amacrine cells form a network of electrically coupled interneurons in the mammalian retina. Neuron 33: 935-946.