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1. Sasaki K, Due MR, Jing J, Weiss KR (2007) Feeding CPG in Aplysia  directly controls two distinct outputs of a compartmentalized interneuron that functions as a CPG element. J Neurophysiol 98:3796-3801
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1. Sasaki K, Due MR, Jing J, Weiss KR (2007) Feeding CPG in [[Aplysia]] directly controls two distinct outputs of a compartmentalized interneuron that functions as a CPG element. J Neurophysiol 98:3796-3801
  
 
2. Sasaki K, Jing J, Due MR, Weiss KR (2008) An input-representing  interneuron regulates spike timing and thereby phase switching in a motor network. J Neurosci 28:1916-1928.
 
2. Sasaki K, Jing J, Due MR, Weiss KR (2008) An input-representing  interneuron regulates spike timing and thereby phase switching in a motor network. J Neurosci 28:1916-1928.
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Latest revision as of 21:15, 30 September 2011

References:

1. Sasaki K, Due MR, Jing J, Weiss KR (2007) Feeding CPG in Aplysia directly controls two distinct outputs of a compartmentalized interneuron that functions as a CPG element. J Neurophysiol 98:3796-3801

2. Sasaki K, Jing J, Due MR, Weiss KR (2008) An input-representing interneuron regulates spike timing and thereby phase switching in a motor network. J Neurosci 28:1916-1928.