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Models of respiratory rhythm generation in the pre-Botzinger complex. I. Bursting pacemaker neurons
RJ Butera Jr, J Rinzel, JC Smith
Journal of neurophysiology 82 (1), 382-397, 1999
5941999
Models of respiratory rhythm generation in the pre-Botzinger complex. II. Populations of coupled pacemaker neurons
RJ Butera Jr, J Rinzel, JC Smith
Journal of neurophysiology 82 (1), 398-415, 1999
4181999
Respiratory rhythm generation in neonatal and adult mammals: the hybrid pacemaker–network model
JC Smith, RJ Butera Jr, N Koshiya, C Del Negro, CG Wilson, SM Johnson
Respiration physiology 122 (2-3), 131-147, 2000
3102000
Persistent sodium current, membrane properties and bursting behavior of pre-botzinger complex inspiratory neurons in vitro
CA Del Negro, N Koshiya, RJ Butera Jr, JC Smith
Journal of neurophysiology 88 (5), 2242-2250, 2002
2932002
Phase response curves in neuroscience: theory, experiment, and analysis
NW Schultheiss, AA Prinz, RJ Butera
Springer Science & Business Media, 2011
1732011
Models of respiratory rhythm generation in the pre-Botzinger complex. III. Experimental tests of model predictions
CA Del Negro, SM Johnson, RJ Butera, JC Smith
Journal of neurophysiology 86 (1), 59-74, 2001
1682001
Sequential optimal design of neurophysiology experiments
J Lewi, R Butera, L Paninski
Neural computation 21 (3), 619-687, 2009
1572009
High-frequency stimulation selectively blocks different types of fibers in frog sciatic nerve
L Joseph, RJ Butera
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 19 (5 …, 2011
1412011
Estimating action potential thresholds from neuronal time-series: new metrics and evaluation of methodologies
M Sekerli, CA Del Negro, RH Lee, RJ Butera
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 51 (9), 1665-1672, 2004
1282004
Periodicity, mixed-mode oscillations, and quasiperiodicityin a rhythm-generating neural network
CA Del Negro, CG Wilson, RJ Butera, H Rigatto, JC Smith
Biophysical Journal 82 (1), 206-214, 2002
1182002
Phase response characteristics of model neurons determine which patterns are expressed in a ring circuit model of gait generation
CC Canavier, RJ Butera, RO Dror, DA Baxter, JW Clark, JH Byrne
Biological cybernetics 77, 367-380, 1997
1181997
A mathematical criterion based on phase response curves for stability in a ring of coupled oscillators
RO Dror, CC Canavier, RJ Butera, JW Clark, JH Byrne
Biological cybernetics 80, 11-23, 1999
921999
Intrinsic bursters increase the robustness of rhythm generation in an excitatory network
LK Purvis, JC Smith, H Koizumi, RJ Butera
Journal of neurophysiology 97 (2), 1515-1526, 2007
902007
Bioimpedance modeling to monitor astrocytic response to chronically implanted electrodes
GC McConnell, RJ Butera, RV Bellamkonda
Journal of neural engineering 6 (5), 055005, 2009
852009
Differential fiber-specific block of nerve conduction in mammalian peripheral nerves using kilohertz electrical stimulation
YA Patel, RJ Butera
Journal of neurophysiology 113 (10), 3923-3929, 2015
842015
Two types of independent bursting mechanisms in inspiratory neurons: an integrative model
N Toporikova, RJ Butera
Journal of computational neuroscience 30, 515-528, 2011
812011
Neuronal oscillators in aplysia californica that demonstrate weak coupling in vitro
AJ Preyer, RJ Butera
Physical Review Letters 95 (13), 138103, 2005
802005
Analysis of the effects of modulatory agents on a modeled bursting neuron: Dynamic interactions between voltage and calcium dependent systems
RJ Butera, JW Clark, CC Canavier, DA Baxter, JH Byrne
Journal of computational neuroscience 2, 19-44, 1995
731995
Grand challenges in interfacing engineering with life sciences and medicine
B He, R Baird, R Butera, A Datta, S George, B Hecht, A Hero, G Lazzi, ...
IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering 60 (3), 589-598, 2013
692013
Kilohertz frequency nerve block enhances anti-inflammatory effects of vagus nerve stimulation
YA Patel, T Saxena, RV Bellamkonda, RJ Butera
Scientific reports 7 (1), 39810, 2017
652017
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