Current Publications


Werblin, F.S. (2011) The Retinal Hypercircuit: A Repeating Synaptic
Interactive Motif Underlying Visual Function. J. Physiol. 589: 3691-3702

Chen, X, Hsueh H.A. & Werblin, F.S. (2011) Amacrine-to-Amacrine cell
Inhibition: Spatiotemporal Properties of GABA and Glycine Pathways
Visual Neuroscience 28: 193-204.

Greenberg, K. & Werblin, F.S. (2011) Differential Targeting of Optical Neuromodulators to Ganglion Cell Soma and Dendrites Allows Dynamic Control of Center-Surround Antagonism Neuron 69: 713-720

Werblin, F.S. (2010) Crossover Inhibition: Six different roles for crossover inhibition in the retina: correcting the nonlinearities fo synaptic transmission. Vis. Neurosci. 1-2 1-8.

Chen, X. & Werblin, F.S. (2010) Three forms of Spatial Temporal Feedforward Inhibition are Common to Different Ganglion Cell Types in Rabbit Retina J. Neurophysiol. 103: 2618-2632

Russell, T. and Werblin, F.S. (2010) Retinal Synaptic Pathways Underlying the Response of the Rabbit Local Edge Detector J. Neurophysiol. 103: 2757-2769.

Werblin, F.S. (2010) Retinal Circuitry: Then and Now Handbook of Brain Microcircuits Oxford University Press Gordon Shepherd, Ed.

Werblin, F.S. (2010) Introduction to Retinal Processing in Encyclopedia of the Eye Elsevier

Werblin, F.S. (2010) Retinal Circuitry in Cellular Nanoscale Sensory Wave Computing Chagaan BaatarWolfgang PorodTamas Roska Editors Springer

Molnar A, Hsueh HA, Roska B, Werblin FS. (2009) Crossover inhibition in the retina: circuitry that compensates for nonlinear rectifying synaptic transmission. J Comp Neurosci. 27: 569-90

Hsueh, H.A, Molnar, A. & Werblin, F.S. (2008) Amacrine to Amacrine Cell Inhibition in the Rabbit Retina J Neurophysiol. (in press)

Molnar A, Werblin F. (2007) Inhibitory feedback shapes bipolar cell responses in the rabbit retina. J Neurophysiol. 2007 98: 3423-35

Muench TA, Werblin FS. Symmetric interactions within a homogeneous starburst cell network can lead to robust asymmetries in dendrites of starburst amacrine cells. J Neurophysiol. 96(1):471-477. 2006

Roska B, Molnar A, Werblin FS. Parallel Processing in Retinal Ganglion Cells: How Integration of Space-Time Patterns of Excitation and Inhibition Form the Spiking Output. J. Neurophysiol. 95(6):3810-3822. 2006

Fried SI, Hsueh HA, Werblin FS. A method for generating precise temporal patterns of retinal spiking using prosthetic stimulation. J Neurophysiol. 95(2):970-978. 2006

Fried SI, Munch TA, Werblin FS. Directional selectivity is formed at multiple levels by laterally offset inhibition in the rabbit retina. Neuron 46(1):117-127. 2005


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