RESEARCH ARTICLES

Avesar, D., Stephens E.K., and Gulledge, A.T. Serotonergic regulation of corticoamygdalar neurons in the mouse prelimbic cortex. Frontiers in Neural Circuits 12:63 (2018).

 

Stephens, E.K., Baker, A.L., and Gulledge, A.T. Mechanisms Underlying Serotonergic Excitation of Callosal Projection Neurons in the Mouse Medial Prefrontal Cortex. Frontiers in Neural Circuits 12:2 (2018).

 

Baker, A.L., O'Toole, R.J., Gulledge, A.T. Preferential cholinergic excitation of corticopontine neurons. Journal of physiology doi: 10.1113/JP275194 (2018).

 

Dasari, S., Hill, C., and Gulledge, A.T. A unifying hypothesis for M1 muscarinic receptor signalling in pyramidal neurons. Journal of physiology 595(5):1711-1723 (2017).

 

Gulledge, A.T., Neuron morphology influences axon initial segment plasticity. eNeuro 3:1 (2016).Stephens, E.K., Avesar, D. and Gulledge, A.T. Activity-dependent serotonergic excitation of callosal projection neurons in the mouse prefrontal cortex. Frontiers in Neural Circuits 8:97. doi: 10.3389/fncir.2014.00097 (2014).

 

Gulledge, A.T., Dasari, S., Onoue, K., Stephens, E.K., Hasse, J.M., and Avesar, D. A sodium-pump-mediated afterhyperpolarization in pyramidal neurons. Journal of Neuroscience 33:13025–13041 (2013).

 

Dasari, S., Abramowitz, J., Birnbaumer, L., and Gulledge, A.T. Do canonical transient receptor potential channels mediate cholinergic excitation of cortical pyramidal neurons? NeuroReport 24:550–554 (2013).

 

Gulledge, A.T., Carnevale, N.T., and Stuart, G.J. Electrical advantages of dendritic spines. PLoS ONE 7: e36007. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0036007 (2012).

 

Avesar, D. and Gulledge, A.T. Selective serotonergic excitation of callosal projection neurons. Frontiers in Neural Circuits 6:12. doi: 10.3389/fncir.2012.00012 (2012).

 

Kubota Y., Karube, F., Nomura, M., Gulledge, A.T., Mochizuki A., Schertel, A., Kawaguchi Y. Conserved properties of dendritic trees in four cortical interneuron subtypes. Scientific Reports,1: 89; doi:10.1038/srep00089 (2011).

 

Dasari, S. and Gulledge, A.T. M1 and M4 receptors modulate hippocampal pyramidal neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology 105:779-792 (2011).

 

Gulledge, A.T., Bucci, D.J., Zhang, S.S., Matsui, and Yeh, H.H. M1 receptors mediate cholinergic modulation of excitability in neocortical pyramidal neurons. Journal of Neuroscience 29:9888–9902 (2009).

 

Gulledge, A.T. and Kawaguchi, Y. Phasic cholinergic signaling in the hippocampus: Functional homology with the neocortex? Hippocampus, 17:327-332 (2007).

 

Gulledge, A.T., Park, S.B., and Stuart, G.J. Heterogeneity of phasic cholinergic signalling in neocortical neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology, 97:2215-2229 (2007).

 

Gulledge, A.T. and Stuart, G.J. Cholinergic inhibition of neocortical pyramidal neurons. Journal of Neuroscience, 25:10308-10320 (2005).

 

Gulledge, A.T. and Stuart, G.J. Action potential initiation and propagation in layer 5 pyramidal neurons of the rat prefrontal cortex: Absence of dopamine modulation. Journal of Neuroscience 23:11363-11372 (2003).

 

Gulledge, A.T. and Stuart, G.J. Excitatory actions of GABA in the cortex. Neuron, 37:299-309 (2003).

 

Gulledge, A.T. and Jaffe, D.B. Multiple effects of Dopamine on layer V pyramidal cell excitability in rat prefrontal cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology, 86:586-595 (2001).

 

Gulledge, A.T. and Jaffe, D.B. Dopamine decreases the excitability of layer V pyramidal cells in the rat prefrontal cortex. Journal of Neuroscience, 18:9139-9151 (1998).

 

Review Articles

 

Puig, M.V. and Gulledge, A.T. Serotonin and Prefrontal Cortex Function: Neurons, Networks, and Circuits. Molecular Neurobiology 44:449–464 (2011).

 

Gulledge, A.T., Kampa, B.M., and Stuart, G.J. Synaptic integration in dendritic trees. Journal of Neurobiology, 64:75-90 (2005).

 

Work in progress

 

Baker, A.L. and Gulledge, A.T., Neuromodulation of cortical afferents. In preparation (2019).

 

Mercado del Valle, J.C. and Gulledge, A.T. Effect of preparation temperature on neurophysiology of cortical pyramidal neurons. In preparation (2019).