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Refereed Original Articles in Journals <back to top>

  1. Byrne, J.H., Castellucci, V. and Kandel, E.R. Receptive fields and response properties of mechanoreceptor neurons innervating the siphon and mantle shelf of AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol. 37:1041-1064, 1974.
  2. Byrne, J.H. A feedback controlled stimulator that delivers controlled displacements or forces to cutaneous mechanoreceptors. IEEE Trans. Bio-Med. Eng. 22:66-69, 1975.
  3. Byrne, J.H. Dynamic properties of mechanoreceptor neurons mediating the defensive gill-withdrawal in AplysiaBrain Research 114:123-127, 1976.
  4. Byrne, J.H. and Koester, J. Respiratory pumping: Neuronal control of a centrally commanded behavior in AplysiaBrain Research 143:87-105, 1978.
  5. Byrne, J.H., Castellucci, V.F., Carew, T.J. and Kandel, E.R. Stimulus-response relations and stability of mechanoreceptor and motor neurons mediating defensive gill-withdrawal reflex in AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol. 41:402-417, 1978.
  6. Byrne, J.H., Castellucci, V. and Kandel, E.R. Contribution of individual mechanoreceptor sensory neurons to defensive gill-withdrawal reflex in AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol. 41:418-431, 1978.
  7. Carew, T.J., Castellucci, V.F., Byrne, J.H. and Kandel, E.R. Quantitative analysis of relative contribution of central and peripheral neurons to gill-withdrawal reflex in Aplysia californicaJ. Neurophysiol. 42:497-509, 1979.
  8. Shapiro, E., Koester, J. and Byrne, J.H. Aplysia ink release: Central locus for selective sensitivity to long duration stimuli. J. Neurophysiol. 42:1223-1232, 1979.
  9. Byrne, J.H., Shapiro, E., Dieringer, N. and Koester, J. Biophysical mechanisms contributing to inking behavior in AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol. 42:1233-1250, 1979.
  10. Byrne, J.H. Analysis of ionic conductance mechanisms in motor cells mediating inking behavior in AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol. 43:630-650, 1980.
  11. Byrne, J.H. Quantitative aspects of ionic conductance mechanisms contributing to firing pattern of motor cells mediating inking behavior in Aplysia californicaJ. Neurophysiol. 43:651-668, 1980.
  12. Tritt, S.H. and Byrne, J.H. Motor controls of opaline secretion in Aplysia californicaJ. Neurophysiol. 43:581-594, 1980.
  13. Byrne, J.H. Neural circuit for inking behavior in Aplysia californicaJ. Neurophysiol. 43:896-911, 1980.
  14. Byrne, J.H. Identification of neurons contributing to presynaptic inhibition in Aplysia californicaBrain Research 199:235-239, 1980.
  15. Byrne, J.H. Comparative aspects of neural circuits for inking behavior and gill-withdrawal in Aplysia californicaJ. Neurophysiol. 45:98-106, 1981.
  16. Byrne, J.H. Simulation of the neural activity underlying a short-term modification of inking behavior in AplysiaBrain Research 204:200-203, 1981.
  17. Milne, R.J. and Byrne, J.H. Effects of hexamethonium and decamethonium on end-plate current parameters. Molecular Pharmacology 19:276-281. 1981.
  18. Byrne, J.H. Analysis of synaptic depression contributing to habituation of gill-withdrawal reflex in Aplysia californicaJ. Neurophysiol. 48:431-438. 1982.
  19. Tritt, S.H. and Byrne, J.H. Neurotransmitters producing and modulating opaline gland contraction in Aplysia californicaJ. Neurophysiol. 48:1347-1361, 1982.
  20. Byrne, J.H. Identification and initial characterization of a cluster of command and pattern-generating neurons underlying respiratory pumping in Aplysia californicaJ. Neurophysiol. 49:491-508, 1983.
  21. Tritt, S.H., Lowe, I.P. and Byrne, J.H. A modification of the glyoxylic acid induced histofluorescence technique for demonstration of catecholamines and serotonin in tissues of Aplysia californicaBrain Research 259:159-162, 1983.
  22. Walters, E.T. and Byrne, J.H. Associative conditioning of single sensory neurons suggests a cellular mechanism for learning. Science 219:405-408, 1983.
  23. Walters, E.T., Byrne, J.H., Carew, T.J. and Kandel, E.R. Mechanoafferent neurons innervating the tail of Aplysia. I. Response properties and synaptic connections. J. Neurophysiol. 50:1522-1542, 1983.
  24. Walters, E.T., Byrne, J.H., Carew, T.J. and Kandel, E.R. Mechanoafferent neurons innervating the tail of Aplysia. II. Modulation by sensitizing stimulation. J. Neurophysiol. 50:1543-1559, 1983.
  25. Walters, E.T. and Byrne, J.H. Slow depolarization produced by associative conditioning of Aplysia sensory neurons may enhance Ca++ entry. Brain Research 280:165-168, 1983.
  26. Walters, E.T. and Byrne, J.H. Post-tetanic potentiation in Aplysia sensory neurons. Brain Research 293:377-380, 1984.
  27. Walsh, J.P. and Byrne, J.H. Forskolin mimics and blocks a serotonin-sensitive decreased K+ conductance in tail sensory neurons of AplysiaNeuroscience Letters 52:7-11, 1984.
  28. Walsh, J.P. and Byrne, J.H. Analysis of decreased conductance serotonergic response in Aplysia ink motor neurons. J. Neurophysiol. 53:590-602, 1985.
  29. Gingrich, K.J. and Byrne, J.H. Simulation of synaptic depression, post-tetanic potentiation, and presynaptic facilitation of synaptic potentials from sensory neurons mediating gill-withdrawal reflex in AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol. 53:652-669, 1985.
  30. Walters, E.T. and Byrne, J.H. Long-term enhancement produced by activity-dependent modulation of Aplysia sensory neurons. J. Neuroscience. 5:662-672, 1985.
  31. Ocorr, K.A., Walters, E.T. and Byrne, J.H. Associative conditioning analog selectively increases cAMP levels of tail sensory neurons in AplysiaProc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 82:2548-2552, 1985.
  32. Ocorr, K.A. and Byrne, J.H. Membrane responses and changes in cAMP levels in Aplysia sensory neurons produced by 5-HT, tryptamine, FMRFamide and SCPB. Neuroscience Letters 55:113-118, 1985.
  33. Critz, S.D., Harper, J.F. and Byrne, J.H. Evidence for the inhibitory subunit of adenylate cyclase (Ni) in nervous and heart tissue of AplysiaNeuroscience Letters 64:145-150, 1986.
  34. Ocorr, K.A., Tabata, M. and Byrne, J.H. Stimuli that produce sensitization lead to elevation of cyclic AMP levels in tail sensory neurons of AplysiaBrain Research 371:190-192, 1986.
  35. Ocorr, K.A. and Byrne, J.H. Evidence for separate receptors that mediate parallel effects of serotonin and small cardioactive peptideB (SCPB) on adenylate cyclase in Aplysia californicaNeuroscience Letters 70:283-288, 1986.
  36. Scholz, K.P. and Byrne, J.H. Long-term sensitization in Aplysia: Biophysical correlates in tail sensory neurons. Science 235:685-687, 1987.
  37. Gingrich, K.J. and Byrne, J.H. Single-cell neuronal model for associative learning. J. Neurophysiol. 57:1705-1715, 1987.
  38. Susswein, A.J. and Byrne, J.H. Identification and characterization of neurons initiating patterned neural activity in the buccal ganglia of AplysiaJ. Neuroscience 8:2049-2061, 1988.
  39. Scholz, K.P., Cleary, L.J., Byrne, J.H. Inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate alters bursting pacemaker activity in Aplysia neurons: Voltage clamp analysis of effects on calcium currents. J. Neurophysiol. 60:86-104, 1988.
  40. Scholz, K.P. and Byrne, J.H. Intracellular injection of cAMP induces a long-term reduction of neuronal K+ currents. Science 240:1664-1666, 1988.
  41. Walsh, J.P. and Byrne, J.H. Modulation of a steady-state Ca2+ activated, K+ current in tail sensory neurons of Aplysia: Role of serotonin and cAMP. J. Neurophysiol. 61:32-44, 1989.
  42. Sawada, M., Cleary, L.J. and Byrne, J.H. Inositol trisphosphate (IP3) and activators of protein kinase C (PKC) modulate membrane currents in tail motor neurons of AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol. 61:302-310, 1989.
  43. Eskin, A., Garcia, K.S. and Byrne, J.H. Information storage in the nervous system of Aplysia: Specific proteins affected by serotonin and cAMP. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (USA) 86:2458-2462, 1989.
  44. Hammer, M., Cleary, L.J. and Byrne, J.H. Serotonin acts in the synaptic region of pleural sensory neurons of Aplysia to enhance transmitter release. Neuroscience Letters 104:235-240, 1989.
  45. Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Serotonergic modulation of two potassium currents in the pleural sensory neurons of AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol. 62:665-679, 1989.
  46. Canavier, C.G., Clark, J.W. and Byrne, J.H. Routes to chaos in a model of a bursting neuron. Biophysical J. 57:1245-1252, 1990.
  47. Buonomano, D.V. and Byrne, J.H. Long-term synaptic changes produced by a cellular analogue of classical conditioning in Aplysia. Science 249:420-423, 1990.
  48. Buonomano, D.V., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Small networks of empirically derived adaptive elements simulate some higher-order features of classical conditioning. Neural Networks 3:507-523, 1990.
  49. Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Differential effects of cAMP and serotonin on membrane current, action potential duration, and excitability in somata of pleural sensory neurons of AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol. 64:978-990, 1990.
  50. Baxter, D.A. and Byrne J.H. Reduction of voltage-activated K+ currents by forskolin is not mediated via cAMP in pleural sensory neurons of AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol. 64:1474-1483, 1990.
  51. Ichinose, M., Endo, S., Critz, S.D., Shenolikar, S. and Byrne, J.H. Microcystin-LR, a potent protein phosphatase inhibitor, prolongs the serotonin - and cAMP - induced currents in sensory neurons of Aplysia californicaBrain Research 533:137-140, 1990.
  52. Nazif, F.A., Byrne, J.H. and Cleary, L.J. cAMP induces long-term morphological changes in sensory neurons of AplysiaBrain Research 539:324-327, 1991.
  53. Ichinose, M. and Byrne, J.H. Role of protein phosphatases in the modulation of neuronal membrane currents. Brain Research, 549:146-150, 1991.
  54. Zhang, Z., Fang, B., Marshak, D.W., Byrne, J.H. and Cleary, L.J. Serotoninergic varicosities make synaptic contacts with pleural sensory neurons of AplysiaJ. Comp. Neurol., 311:259-270, 1991.
  55. Critz, S.D., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Modulatory effects of serotonin, FMRFamide, and myomodulin on the duration of action potentials, excitability, and membrane currents in tail sensory neurons of AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol., 66:1912-1926. 1991.
  56. Canavier, C.C., Clark, J.W. and Byrne, J.H. Simulation of the bursting activity of neuron R15 in Aplysia: Role of ionic currents, calcium balance, and modulatory transmitters. J. Neurophysiol., 66:2107-2124, 1991.
  57. Noel, F., Scholz, K.P., Eskin, A. and Byrne, J.H. Common set of proteins in Aplysia sensory neurons affected by an in vitro analogue of long-term sensitization training, 5-HT and cAMP. Brain Research, 568:67-75, 1991.
  58. Endo, S., Shenolikar, S., Eskin, A., Zwartjes, R. and Byrne, J.H. Characterization of neuronal protein phosphatases in Aplysia californicaJ. Neurochem., 58:975-982, 1992.
  59. Buonomano, D.V., Cleary, L.J. and Byrne, J.H. Inhibitory neuron produces heterosynaptic inhibition of the sensory-to-motor neuron synapse in AplysiaBrain Research, 577:147-150, 1992.
  60. Pieroni, J.P. and Byrne, J.H. Differential effects of serotonin, FMRFamide and small cardioactive peptide on multiple, distributed processes modulating sensorimotor synaptic transmission in AplysiaJ. Neuroscience, 12:2633-2647, 1992.
  61. Sugita, S., Goldsmith, J.R., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Involvement of protein kinase C in serotonin-induced spike broadening and synaptic facilitation in sensorimotor connections of AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol., 68:643-651, 1992.
  62. Raymond, J.R., Baxter, D.A., Buonomano, D.V. and Byrne, J.H. A learning rule based on empirically-derived activity-dependent neuromodulation supports operant conditioning in a small network. Neural Networks, 5:789-803, 1992.
  63. Critz, S.D. and Byrne, J.H. Modulation of IK,Ca by phorbol ester mediated activation of PKC in pleural sensory neurons of AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol., 68:1079-1086, 1992.
  64. Goldsmith, J.R. and Byrne, J.H. Bag cell extract inhibits tail-siphon withdrawal reflex, suppresses long-term but not short-term sensitization and attenuates sensory-to-motor neuron synapses in AplysiaJ. Neuroscience, 13:1688-1700, 1993.
  65. Noel, F., Nuñez-Regueiro, M., Cook, R., Byrne, J.H. and Eskin, A. Long-term changes in synthesis of intermediate filament protein, actin and other proteins in pleural sensory neuron of Aplysia produced by an in vitro analogue of sensitization training. Molecular Brain Research, 19:203-210, 1993.
  66. Canavier, C.C., Baxter, D.A., Clark, J.W. and Byrne, J.H. Nonlinear dynamics in a model neuron provide a novel mechanism for transient synaptic inputs to produce long-term alterations of postsynaptic activity. J. Neurophysiol., 69:2252-2257, 1993.
  67. Cleary, L.J. and Byrne, J.H. Identification and characterization of a multifunction neuron contributing to defensive arousal in AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol., 70:1767-1776, 1993.
  68. White, J.A., Ziv, I., Baxter, D.A., Cleary, L.J. and Byrne, J.H. The role of interneurons in controlling the tail-withdrawal reflex in Aplysia: A network model. J. Neurophysiol., 70:1777-1786, 1993.
  69. Ziv, I., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Simulator for Neural Networks and action potentials: Description and application. J. Neurophysiol., 71:294-308, 1994.
  70. White, J.A., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Analysis of the modulation by serotonin of a voltage-dependent potassium current in sensory neurons of AplysiaBiophysical J., 66:710-718, 1994.
  71. Raymond, J.L. and Byrne, J.H. Distributed input to the tail-siphon withdrawal circuit in Aplysia from neurons in the J cluster of the cerebral ganglion. J. Neuroscience, 14:2444-2454, 1994. 
  72. Xu, Y., Cleary, L.J. and Byrne, J.H. Identification and characterization of pleural neurons that inhibit tail sensory neurons and motor neurons in Aplysia: Correlation with FMRFamide immunoreactivity. J. Neuroscience, 14:3565-3577, 1994.
  73. Noel, F., Koumenis, C., Nuñez-Regueiro, M., Raju, U., Byrne, J.H. and Eskin, A. Novel effects on protein synthesis produced by pairing depolarization with serotonin, an analogue of associative learning in AplysiaProc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 91:4150-4154, 1994.
  74. Zhang, F., Goldsmith, J.R. and Byrne, J.H. Neural analogue of long-term sensitization training produces long-term (24 and 48 h) facilitation of the sensory-to-motor neuron connection in AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol., 72:778-784, 1994.
  75. Canavier, C.C., Baxter, D.A., Clark, J.W. and Byrne, J.H. Multiple modes of activity in a model neuron suggest a novel mechanism for the effects of neuromodulators. J. Neurophysiol., 72:872-882, 1994.
  76. Sugita, S., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Activators of protein kinase C mimic serotonin-induced modulation of a voltage-dependent potassium current in pleural sensory neurons of AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol., 72:1240-1249, 1994.
  77. Sugita, S., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. cAMP-independent effects of 8-(4-parachlorophenylthio)-cyclic AMP on spike duration and membrane currents in pleural sensory neurons of AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol., 72:1250-1259, 1994.
  78. Homayouni, R., Byrne, J.H. and Eskin, A. Dynamics of protein phosphorylation in sensory neurons of Aplysia. J. Neuroscience, 15:429-438, 1995.
  79. Endo, S., Critz, S.D., Byrne, J.H. and Shenolikar, S. Protein phosphatase-1 regulates outward K+ currents in sensory neurons of Aplysia californicaJ. Neurochem., 64:1833-1840, 1995.
  80. Xu, Y., Pieroni, J., Cleary, L.J. and Byrne, J.H. Modulation of an inhibitory interneuron in the neural circuitry for the tail-withdrawal reflex of AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol., 73:1313-1318, 1995.
  81. O'Leary, F.A., Byrne, J.H. and Cleary, L.J. Long-term structural remodeling in Aplysia sensory neurons requires de novo protein synthesis during a critical time period. J. Neuroscience, 15:3519-3525, 1995.
  82. Butera, R.J., Clark, J.W., Canavier, C.C, Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Analysis of the effects of modulatory agents on a modeled bursting neuron: Dynamic interactions between voltage and calcium dependent systems. J. Computational Neuroscience, 2:19-44, 1995.
  83. Lechner, H.A., Baxter, D.A., Clark, J.W. and Byrne, J.H. Bistability and its regulation by serotonin in the endogenously bursting neuron R15 in AplysiaJ. Neurophysiology, 75:957-962, 1996.
  84. Butera, R.J., Clark, J.W., Byrne, J.H. Dissection and reduction of a modeled bursting neuron. J. Computational Neuroscience, 3:199-223, 1996.
  85. Liu, Q-R., Hattar, S., Endo, S., MacPhee, K., Zhang, H., Cleary, L.J., Byrne, J.H., Eskin, A. A developmental gene (Tolloid /BMP-1) is regulated in Aplysia neurons by treatments that induce long-term sensitization. J. Neuroscience, 17:755-764, 1997.
  86. Demir, S.S., Butera, R.J., DeFranceschi, A.A., Clark, J.W., Byrne, J.H. Phase sensitivity and entrainment in a modeled bursting neuron. Biophysical Journal, 72: 579-594, 1997.
  87. Sugita, S., Baxter, D.A., Byrne, J.H. Differential effects of 4-aminopyridine, serotonin, and phorbol esters on facilitation of sensorimotor connections in AplysiaJ. Neurophysiology, 77:177-185, 1997.
  88. Zhang, F., Endo, S., Cleary, L.J., Eskin, A., Byrne, J.H. Role of transforming growth factor-ß in long-term synaptic facilitation in Aplysia. Science, 275:1318-1320, 1997.
  89. Homayouni, R., Nunez-Regueiro, M., Cook, R., Byrne, J.H., Eskin, A. Identification of two phosphoproteins affected by serotonin in Aplysia sensory neurons. Brain Research 750:87-94, 1997.
  90. Nakanishi, K., Zhang, F., Baxter, D.A., Eskin, A., Byrne, J.H. Role of calcium-calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II in modulation of sensorimotor synapses in AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol. 78:409-416, 1997.
  91. Sugita, S., Baxter D.A., Byrne, J.H. Modulation of a cAMP/PKA cascade by PKC in sensory neurons of AplysiaJ. Neuroscience 17:7237-7244, 1997.
  92. Nargeot, R., Baxter, D.A., Byrne, J.H. Contingent-dependent enhancement of rhythmic motor patterns: An in vitro analog of operant conditioning. J. Neuroscience 17:8093-8105, 1997.
  93. Canavier, C.C., Butera, R.J., Dror, R.O., Baxter, D.A., Clark, J.W., Byrne, J.H. Phase response characteristics of model neurons determine which patterns are expressed in a ring circuit model of gait generation. Biol. Cybern. 77:367-380, 1997.
  94. Butera, R.J., Clark, J.W., Byrne, J.H. Transient responses of a modeled bursting neuron: analysis with equilibrium and averaged nullclines. Biol. Cybern. 77:307-322, 1997.
  95. Kabotyanski, E.A., Baxter, D.A., Byrne, J.H. Identification and characterization of catecholaminergic neuron B65 that initiates and modifies patterned activity in the buccal ganglia of AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol. 79:605-621, 1998.
  96. Smolen, P. Baxter, D.A., Byrne, J.H. Frequency selectivity, multistability, and oscillations emerge from models of genetic regulatory systems. Am. J. Physiol. 274:C531-C542, 1998.
  97. Zwartjes, R.E., West, H., Hattar, S., Ren, X., Noel, F., Nunez-Regueiro, M., MacPhee, K., Homayouni, R., Crow, M.T., Byrne, J.H. and Eskin, A. Identification of specific mRNAs affected by treatments producing long-term facilitation in AplysiaLearning & Memory 4:478-495, 1998.
  98. Cleary, L.J., Lee, W.L. and Byrne, J.H. Cellular correlates of long-term sensitization in Aplysia. J. Neuroscience 18:5988-5998, 1998.
  99. Dror, R.O., Canavier, C.C., Butera, R.J., Clark, J.W. and Byrne, J.H. A mathematical criterion based on phase response curves for stability in a ring of coupled oscillators. Biol. Cybernet. 80:11-23, 1999.
  100. Canavier, C.C., Baxter, D.A., Clark, J.W. and Byrne, J.H. Control of multistability in ring circuits of oscillators. Biol. Cybernet. 80:87-102, 1999.
  101. Nargeot, R., Baxter, D.A., and Byrne, J.H. in vitro analogue of operant conditioning in Aplysia. I. Contingent reinforcement modifies the functional dynamics of an identified neuron. J. Neuroscience 19:2247-2260, 1999.
  102. Nargeot, R., Baxter, D.A., and Byrne, J.H. in vitro analogue of operant conditioning in Aplysia. II. Modifications of the functional dynamics of an identified neuron contribute to motor pattern selection. J. Neuroscience 19:2261-2272, 1999.
  103. Nargeot, R., Baxter, D.A., Patterson, G.W. and Byrne, J.H. Dopaminergic synapses mediate neuronal changes in an analogue of operant conditioning. J. Neurophysiol. 81:1983-1987, 1999.
  104. Lechner, H.A., Squire, L.R. and Byrne, J.H. 100 years of consolidation - remembering Müller and Pilzecker. Learning & Memory 6:77-87, 1999.
  105. Chin, J., Angers, A., Cleary, L.J., Eskin, A. and Byrne, J.H. TGF-β1 in Aplysia: Role of long-term changes in the excitability of sensory neurons and distribution of TβR-II-like immunoreactivity. Learning & Memory, 6:317-330, 1999.
  106. Levenson, J., Byrne, J.H. and Eskin, A. Levels of serotonin in the hemolymph of Aplysia are modulated by light/dark cycles and sensitization training. J. Neurosci., 19:8094-8103, 1999.
  107. Smolen, P., Baxter, D. and Byrne, J.H. Effects of macromolecular transport and stochastic fluctuations on the dynamics of genetic regulatory systems. Am. J. Physiol., 277:C777-C790, 1999.
  108. Baxter, D.A., Canavier, C.C., Clark, J.W. and Byrne, J.H. Computational model of the serotonergic modulation of sensory neurons in AplysiaJ. Neurophysiol., 82:2914-2935, 1999.
  109. Kabotyanski, E.A., Baxter, D.A., Cushman, S.J. and Byrne, J.H. Modulation of fictive feeding by dopamine and serotonin in Aplysia. J. Neurophysiol. 83:374-392, 2000.
  110. Smolen, P., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Modeling transcriptional control in gene networks – Methods, recent results, and future directions. Bltn. of Mathematical Biol. 62:247-292, 2000.
  111. Lechner, H.A., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Classical conditioning of feeding in Aplysia: I. Behavioral analysis. J. Neuroscience 20:3369-3376, 2000.
  112. Lechner, H.A., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Classical conditioning of feeding in Aplysia: II. Neurophysiological correlates. J. Neuroscience 20:3377-3386, 2000.
  113. Levenson, J., Sherry, D.M., Dryer, L., Chin, J., Byrne, J.H. and Eskin, A. Localization of glutamate and glutamate transporters in the sensory neurons of Aplysia. J. Comp. Neurol. 423:121-131, 2000.
  114. Levenson, J., Endo, S., Kategaya, L.S., Fernandez, R.I., Brabham, D.G., Chin, J., Byrne, J.H. and Eskin, A. Long-term regulation of neuronal high-affinity glutamate and glutamate uptake in Aplysia. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 97:12858-12863, 2000.
  115. Smolen, P., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Modeling circadian oscillations with interlocking positive and negative feedback loops. J. Neuroscience 21:6644-6656, 2001.
  116. Susswein, A.J., Hurwitz, I, Thorne, R., Byrne, J.H. and Baxter, D.A. Mechanisms of pattern generation underlying fictive feeding in Aplysia: The initiation and maintenance of protraction via coupling between a large neuron with only plateau-like activity and a small conventional neuron. J. Neurophysiol. 87:2307-2323, 2002.
  117. Chin, J., Angers, A., Cleary, L.J., Eskin A. and Byrne, J.H. TGF- b1 alters synapsin distribution and modulates synaptic depression in Aplysia. J. Neuroscience 22:RC220: 1-6, 2002.
  118. Brembs, B., Lorenzetti, F.D., Reyes, F.D., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Operant reward learning in Aplysia: Neuronal correlates and mechanisms. Science 296:1706-1709, 2002.
  119. Wainwright, M.L., Zhang, H., Byrne, J.H. and Cleary, L.J. Localized neuronal outgrowth induced by long-term sensitization training in Aplysia. J. Neuroscience 22:4132-4141, 2002.
  120. Chin, J., Burdohan, J.A., Eskin, A. and Byrne, J.H. Inhibitor of glutamate transport alters synaptic transmission at sensorimotor synapses in Aplysia. J. Neurophysiol. 87:3165-3168, 2002.
  121. Angers , A., Fioravante, D., Chin, J., Cleary, L.J., Bean, A.J., and Byrne, J.H. Serotonin stimulates phosphorylation of Aplysia synapsin and alters its subcellular distribution in sensory neurons. J. Neuroscience 22:5412-5422, 2002.
  122. Nargeot, R., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Correlation between activity in neuron B52 and two features of fictive feeding in Aplysia. Neuroscience Letters 328:85-88, 2002.
  123. Smolen, P., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. A Reduced model clarifies the role of feedback loops and time delays in the Drosphila circadian oscillator. Biophysical J. 83:2349-2359, 2002.
  124. Chen, H., Baozong, Y., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Signal processing and computational model for neural networks. ICSP’02 Proc. 2:1532-1535, 2002.
  125. Chen, H., Baozong, Y., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Research and implementation of computer simulation system for neural networks. ICSP’02 Proc. 2:1834-1837, 2002.
  126. Chen, H., Baozong, Y., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Parallel computation in computer simulation for neural networks. Proc. IEEE TENCON’02, 1:641-644, 2002.
  127. Phares, G.A., Antzoulatos, E.G., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Burst-induced synaptic depression and its modulation contribute to information transfer at Aplysia sensorimotor synapses: Empirical and computational analyses. J. Neuroscience 23: 8392-8401, 2003.
  128. Antzoulatos, E., Cleary, L.J., Eskin, A., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Desensitization of postsynaptic glutamate receptors contributes to high-frequency homosynaptic depression of Aplysia sensorimotor connections. Learning and Memory 10:309-313, 2003.
  129. Zhang, H., Wainwright, M., Byrne, J.H. and Cleary, L.J. Quantitation of contacts among sensory, motor and serotonergic neurons in the pedal ganglion of Aplysia. Learning and Memory 10:387-393, 2003.
  130. Mozzachiodi, R., Lechner, H.A., Baxter, D.A., and Byrne, J.H. In vitro analogue of classical conditioning of feeding behavior in Aplysia. Learning and Memory 10:478-494, 2003.
  131. Smolen, P., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Reduced models of the circadian oscillators in Neurospora crassa and Drosophila melanogaster illustrate mechanistic similarities. OMICS: J. Integrative Biol. 7:335-352, 2003.
  132. Yu, X., Byrne, J.H. and Baxter, D.A. Modeling interactions between electrical activity and second-messenger cascades in Aplysia neuron R15. J. Neurophysiol. 91:2297-2311, 2003.
  133. Luo, C., Clark, J.W., Canavier, C.C., Baxter, D.A., and Byrne, J.H. Multimodal behavior in a four neuron ring circuit: Mode switching. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 51:205-218, 2004.
  134. Smolen, P., Hardin, P.E., Lo, B.S., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Simulation of Drosophila circadian oscillations, mutations, and light responses by a model with VRI, PDP-1, and CLK. Biophys. J., 86:2786-2802, 2004.
  135. Brembs, B., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Extending in vitro conditioning in Aplysia to analyze operant and classical processes in the same preparation. Learning and Memory, 11:412-420, 2004.
  136. Wüstenberg, D.G., Boytcheva, M., Grünewald, B., Byrne, J.H., Menzel, R., and Baxter, D.A. Current- and voltage-clamp recordings and computer simulations of Kenyon cells in the honeybee. J. Neurophysiology, 92:2589-2603, 2004.
  137. Wainwright, M.L., Byrne, J.H., and Cleary, L.J. Dissociation of morphological and physiological changes associated with long-term memory in Aplysia. J. Neurophysiology, 92:2628-2632, 2004.
  138. Khabour, O., Levenson, J., Lyons, L.C., Katagaya, L.S., Chin, J., Byrne, J.H. and Eskin, A. Co-regulation of glutamate uptake and long-term sensitization in Aplysia. J. Neuroscience, 24:8829-8837, 2004.
  139. Pettigrew, D.B., Smolen, P., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H., Dynamic properties of regulatory motifs associated with induction of three temporal domains of memory in Aplysia. J. Comput. Neurosci., 18:163-181, 2005.
  140. Cataldo, E., Brunelli, M., Byrne, J.H., Av-Ron, E., Cai, Y. and Baxter, D.A. Computational model of touch mechanoafferent (T cell) of the leech: role of afterhyperpolarization (AHP) in activity-dependent conduction failure. J. Comput. Neurosci., 18:5-24, 2005.
  141. Hayes, R.D., Byrne, J.H., Cox, S.J. and Baxter D.A. Estimation of single-neuron model parameters from spike train data. Neurocomputing, 65-66C: 517-529, 2005.
  142. Reyes, F.D., Mozzachiodi, R., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Reinforcement in an in vitro analogue of appetitive classical conditioning of feeding behavior in Aplysia:  Blockade by a dopamine antagonist. Learning & Memory, 12:216-220, 2005.
  143. Mohamed, H.A., Yao, W., Fioravante, D., Smolen, P.D., Byrne, J.H. cAMP-response elements in A plysia creb1, creb2, and Ap-uch promoters. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 280: 27035-27043, 2005.
  144. Phares, G. and Byrne, J.H. Analysis of 5-HT-induced short-term facilitation at Aplysia sensorimotor synapse during bursts: increased synaptic gain that does not require ERK activation. J. Neurophysiol. , 94:871-877, 2005.
  145. Lorenzetti, F.D., Mozzachiodi, R., Baxter, D.A., Byrne, J.H. Classical and operant conditioning differentially modify the intrinsic properties of an identified neuron. Nature Neuroscience, 9:17-19, 2006.
  146. Barbas, D., Zappulla, J.P., Angers , S., Bouvier, M., Mohamed, H.A., Byrne, J.H., Castellucci, V. F., and DesGroseillers, L. An aplysia dopamine 1 -like receptor: molecular and functional characterization. J. Neurochemistry, 96:414-427, 2006.
  147. Fioravante, D., Smolen, P.D., and Byrne, J.H. The 5-HT- and FMRFa-activated signaling pathways interact at the level of the Erk MAPK cascade: Potential inhibitory constraints on memory formation. Neuroscience Letters, 396:235-240, 2006.
  148. Song, H., Smolen, P.D., Evyatar, A.R., Baxter, D.A., and Byrne, J.H. Bifurcation and singularity analysis of a molecular network for the induction of long-term memory. Biophysical Journal, 90:2309-2325, 2006.
  149. Smolen, P.D., Baxter, D.A., and Byrne, J.H. A model of the roles of essential kinases in the induction and expression of late long-term potentiation. Biophysical Journal, 90:2760-2775, 2006.
  150. Chin, J., Liu, R.Y., Cleary, L.J., Eskin, A. and Byrne, J.H. TGF- b 1-induced long-term changes in neuronal excitability in Aplysia sensory neurons depend on MAPK. J. Neurophysiology, 95:3286-3290, 2006.
  151. Av-Ron, E., Byrne, J.H. and Baxter, D.A. Teaching basic principles of neuroscience with computer simulations. J. Undergrad. Neurosci. Edu., 4:A40-A52, 2006.
  152. Antzoulatos, E.G., Wainwright, M.L., Cleary, L.J. and Byrne, J.H. Long-term sensitization training primes Aplysia for further learning. Learning and Memory , 13:422-425, 2006.
  153. Cataldo, E., Byrne, J.H. and Baxter, D.A.  Computational model of a central pattern generator.  Computational Methods in Systems Biology, Proceedings Lec. Not. in  Comput. Sci.  4210:242-256, 2006.
  154. Fukushima, T., Liu, R.Y. and Byrne, J.H. Transforming growth factor-ß2 modulates synaptic efficacy and plasticity and induces phosphorylation of CREB in hippocampal neurons. Hippocampus, 17:5-9, 2007.
  155. Antzoulatos, E.G. and Byrne, J.H. Long-term sensitization training produces spike narrowing in Aplysia sensory neurons. J. Neuroscience , 27:676-683, 2007.
  156. Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Short-term plasticity in a computational model of the tail-withdrawal circuit in Aplysia . Neurocomput. , 70:1993-1999, 2007.
  157. Song, H., Smolen, P., Av-Ron, E., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Dynamics of a minimal model of interlocked positive and negative feedback loops of transcriptional regulation by cAMP-responsive element binding proteins. Biophysical Journal, 92:3407-3424, 2007.
  158. Fioravante, D., Liu, R.Y., Netek, A., Cleary, L.J. and Byrne, J.H. Synapsin regulates basal synaptic strength, synaptic depression and serotonin-induced facilitation of sensorimotor synapses in Aplysia. J. Neurophysiology, 98:3568-3580, 2007.
  159. Smolen, P., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Bistable MAP kinase activity: a plausible mechanism contributing to maintenance of late long-term potentiation. Am. J. of Physiology-Cell Physiology, 294: C503–C515, 2008.
  160. Liu, R.Y., Fioravante, D., Shah, S. and Byrne, J.H. CREB1 feedback loop is necessary for consolidation of long-term synaptic facilitation in Aplysia. J. Neuroscience, 28: 1970-1976, 2008.
  161. Lorenzetti, F.D., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H.  Molecular mechanisms underlying a cellular analogue of operant reward learning.  Neuron, 59: 815-828, 2008.   PMCID: PMC2603610
  162. Mozzachiodi, R., Lorenzetti, F.D., Baxter, D.A., and Byrne, J.H.  Changes in neuronal excitability serve as a mechanism of long-term memory for operant conditioning. Nature Neuroscience, 11:1146-1148, 2008.  PMID: 18776897
  163. Fioravante, D., Liu, R.Y. and Byrne, J.H.  The ubiquitin-proteasome system is necessary for long-term synaptic depression in Aplysia. J. Neuroscience. 28:10245-10256, 2008. PMCID: PMC2571080
  164. Collado, M.S., Khabour, O., Fioravante, D., Byrne, J.H. and Eskin, A.  Post-translational regulation of an Aplysia glutamate transporter during long-term facilitation.  J. Neurochemistry.  108:176-189, 2009.  PMCID: PMC2684684
  165. Smolen, P.D., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H.  Interlinked dual-time feedback loops can enhance robustness to stochasticity and persistence of memory.  Physical Review E.  79:031902, 2009.  PMCID: PMC2742492
  166. Zhang, Y., Smolen, P.D., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H.  The sensitivity of memory consolidation and reconsolidation to inhibitors of protein synthesis and kinases:  Computational analysis.  Learning and Memory, 17: 428-439, 2010.  PMCID: PMC2948875 
  167. Liu, R.Y., Shah, S., Cleary, L.J. and Byrne, J.H.  Serotonin- and training-induced dynamic regulation of CREB2 in Aplysia. Learning and Memory, 18:245-249, 2011.  PMCID: PMC3072775
  168. Liu, R.Y., Cleary, L.J. and Byrne, J.H.  The requirement for enhanced CREB1 expression in consolidation of long-term synaptic facilitation and long-term excitability in sensory neurons of Aplysia. J. Neuroscience, 31:6871-6879, 2011.  PMCID: PMC3092379
  169. Lorenzetti, F.D., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H.  Classical conditioning analog enhanced acetylcholine responses but reduced excitability of an identified neuron.  J. Neuroscience, 31:14789-14793, 2011. PMCID: PMC3198865
  170. Hart, A.K., Fioravante, D., Liu, R.Y., Phares, G.A., Cleary, L.J., and Byrne, J.H. Serotonin-mediated synapsin expression is necessary for long-term facilitation of the Aplysia sensorimotor synapse. J. Neuroscience, 31:18401-18411, 2011. PMCID: PMC3407595
  171. Zhang, Y., Liu, R.Y., Heberton, G.A., Smolen, P.D., Baxter, D.A., Cleary, L.J. and Byrne, J.H.  Computational design of enhanced learning protocols. Nature Neuroscience, 15:294-297, 2012. PMCID: PMC3267874
  172. Smolen, P., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Molecular constraints on synaptic tagging and maintenance of long-term potentiation: A predictive model. PLOS Computational Biology, 8:e1002620. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1002620, 2012. PMCID: PMC3410876
  173. Liu, R.Y., Zhang, Y., Baxter, D.A., Smolen, P., Cleary, L.J. and Byrne, J.H. Deficit in long-term synaptic plasticity is rescued by a computationally predicted stimulus protocol. J. Neuroscience, 33:6944-6949, 2013.  PMCID: PMC3690371
  174. Zhang, Y., Smolen, P., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Computational analyses of synergism in small molecular network motifs.  PLOS Computational Biology, 10:e1003524. doi: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003524, 2014. PMCID: PMC3961176
  175. Smolen, P., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Simulations suggest pharmacological methods for rescuing long-term potentiation.  Journal of Theoretical Biology, 360C:243-250, 2014. PMCID: PMC4162763
  176. Zhou, L., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Contribution of PKC to the maintenance of 5-HT-induced short-term facilitation at sensorimotor synapses of Aplysia. J. Neurophysiol., 112:1936-1949, 2014. PMCID: PMC4200012
  177. Liu, R.Y., Zhang, Y. Coughlin, B., Cleary, L. and Byrne, J.H. Doxorubicin attenuates serotonin-induced long-term synaptic facilitation by phosphorylation of p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase. J. Neuroscience, 34:13289-13300, 2014. PMCID: PMC4180468
  178. Zhou, L., Zhang, Y., Liu, R.Y., Smolen, P., Cleary, L. and Byrne, J.H. Rescue of impaired long-term facilitation at sensorimotor synapses of Aplysia following siRNA knockdown of CREB1. J. Neuroscience, 35:1617-1626, 2015.  PMCID: PMC4308605

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Invited Articles in Journals <back to top>
  1. Kandel, E.R., Brunelli, M., Byrne, J.H. and Castellucci, V.  A common presynaptic locus for the synaptic mechanisms underlying short-term habituation and sensitization of the gill-withdrawal reflex in AplysiaCold Spring Harbor Symposium on Quantitative Biology.  40:465-482, 1976.
  2. Byrne, J.H.  Quantitative reconstruction of the firing pattern of motor neurons mediating a simple behavior of AplysiaProceedings of the 1978 Joint Automatic Control Conf.  4:53-58, 1978.
  3. Byrne, J.H.  Ionic currents and behavior.  Trends in Neurosciences 2:268-270, 1979.
  4. Byrne, J.H.  Cellular and biophysical mechanisms contributing to modulation of reflex excitability in AplysiaFed. Proc. 41:2147-2152, 1982.
  5. Byrne, J.H.  Neural and molecular mechanisms underlying information storage in Aplysia:  Implications for learning and memory.  Trends in Neurosciences 8:478-482, 1985.
  6. Byrne, J.H.  Can learning and memory be understood?  News in Physiological Sciences 1:182-185, 1986.
  7. Byrne, J.H.  Cellular analysis of associative learning.  Physiological Reviews 67:329-439, 1987.
  8. Gingrich, K.J., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H.  Mathematical model of cellular mechanisms contributing to presynaptic facilitation.  Brain Research Bulletin 21:513-520, 1988.
  9. Byrne, J.H., Eskin, A. and Scholz, K.P.  Neuronal mechanisms contributing to long-term sensitization in AplysiaJ. Physiology (Paris) 83:141-147, 1989.
  10. Byrne, J.H., Baxter, D.A., Buonomano, D.V. and Raymond, J.L.  Neuronal and network determinants of simple and higher-order features of associative learning:  Experimental and modeling approaches.  Cold Spring Harbor Symposium on Quantitative Biology 55:175-186, 1990.
  11. Cleary, L.J., Baxter D.A., Nazif, F.A. and Byrne, J.H.  Neural mechanisms underlying sensitization of a defensive reflex in AplysiaBiological Bulletin 180:252-261, 1991.
  12. Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H.  Ionic mechanisms contributing to the electrophysiological properties of neurons.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology 1:105-112, 1991.
  13. Byrne, J.H., Baxter, D.A., Buonomano, D.V., Cleary, L.J., Eskin, A., Goldsmith, J.R., McClendon, E., Nazif, F.A., Noel, F. and Scholz, K.P.  Neural and molecular bases of nonassociative and associative learning in AplysiaAnnals of the New York Academy of Sciences 627:124-149, 1991.
  14. Endo, S., Ichinose, M., Critz, S.D., Eskin, A., Byrne, J.H. and Shenolikar, S.  Protein phosphatases and their role in control of membrane currents in Aplysia neurons.  Adv. Prot. Phosphatases 6:411-432, 1991.
  15. Byrne, J.H., Zwartjes, R., Homayouni, R., Critz, S. and Eskin, A.  Roles of second messenger pathways in neuronal plasticity and in learning and memory:  Insights gained from Aplysia.  In:  Advances in second messenger and phosphoprotein research, Vol. 27, ed., A.C. Nairn and S. Shenolikar, New York, Raven Press, pp. 47-108, 1993.
  16. Byrne, J.H., Canavier, C.C., Lechner, H., Clark, J.W. and Baxter, D.A.  (1994) Role of nonlinear dynamical properties of a modeled bursting neuron in information processing and storage.  Netherlands Journal of Zoology, 44:339-356, 1994.
  17. Kabotyanski,  E.A., Ziv, I., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H.  Experimental and computational analyses of a central pattern generator underlying aspects of feeding behavior of Aplysia. Netherlands Journal  of Zoology, 44:357-373, 1994.
  18. Cleary, L.J., Byrne, J.H. and Frost, W.N.  Role of interneurons in defensive withdrawal reflexes in Aplysia.  Learning & Memory 2:133-151, 1995.
  19. Byrne, J.H. and Kandel, E.R.  Presynaptic facilitation revisited:  state- and time-dependence.  J. Neuroscience 16:425-435, 1996.
  20. Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H.  Complex oscillations in simple neural systems.  Biol. Bltn., 192:167-169, 1997.
  21. Byrne, J.H.  Plastic plasticity.  Nature 389:791-792, 1997.
  22. Lechner, H.A. and Byrne, J.H.  New perspectives on classical conditioning: A synthesis of hebbian and non-hebbian mechanisms.  Neuron, 20:355-358, 1998.
  23. Smolen, P., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Mathematical modeling of gene networks. Neuron 26:567-580, 2000.
  24. Byrne, J.H. How neuroscientists captured the 2000 Nobel Prize. Cerebrum 3:66-79, 2001.
  25. Smolen, P. and Byrne, J.H. Support of progress in clinical neurology by models of genetic regulation. Archives of Neurology 60:1053-1057, 2003.
  26. Antzoulatos, E.G. and Byrne, J.H. Learning insights transmitted by glutamate. Trends in Neurosciences, 27(9):555-560, 2004.
  27. Byrne, J.H. and Suzuki, W.A. Editorial Overview: Neurobiology of behavior. Current Opinion in Neurobiology , 16:668-671, 2006.
  28. Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Feeding behavior of Aplysia: a model system for comparing cellular mechanisms of classical and operant conditioning. Learning and Memory , 13:669-680, 2006.
  29. Av-Ron E., Byrne M.J., Byrne J.H. and Baxter D.A. SNNAP: A tool for teaching neuroscience. Brains, Minds, and Media, Vol.3, bmm1408, in: Lorenz S, Egelhaaf M (eds): Interactive Educational Media for the Neural and Cognitive Sciences, Brains, Minds & Media, 2008.
  30. Mozzachiodi, R. and Byrne, J.H. More than synaptic plasticity: Role of nonsynaptic plasticity in learning and memory. Trends in Neurosciences 33:17-26, 2010.  PMCID: PMC2815214.
  31. Fioravante, D. and Byrne, J.H.  Protein degradation and memory formation.  Brain Research Bulletin, 85:14-20, 2011. PMCID: PMC3079012.
  32. Byrne, J.H. and Hawkins, R.D.  Nonassociative learning in invertebrates.  Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology, 7:a021675, 2015.  PMCID: PMC Journal – In Process.
  33. Hawkins, R.D. and Byrne, J.H.  Associative learning in invertebrates.  Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology, 7:a021709, 2015.  PMCID: PMC Journal – In Process.

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Chapters <back to top>
  1. Byrne, J.H. and Koester, J.  Neural mechanisms underlying the stimulus control of ink release in Aplysia.  In:  Molluscan Nerve Cells:  From Biophysics to Behavior, eds. Koester, J. and Byrne, J.H., Cold Spring Harbor: Cold Spring Harbor Press, pp. 157-167, 1980.
  2. Byrne, J.H.  Intracellular stimulation.  In:  Electrical Stimulation Techniques, eds. Patterson, M.M. and Kesner, R.  New York:  Academic Press, 37-59, 1981.
  3. Walters, E.T. and Byrne, J.H.  Activity-dependent neuromodulation:  A mechanism for associative plasticity.  In:  Neuronal Growth and Plasticity, ed. Kuno, M. Tokyo:  Japan Scientific Societies Press, pp. 219-240, 1984.
  4. Byrne, J.H., Ocorr, K.A., Walsh, J.P. and Walters, E.T.  Analysis of associative and nonassociative neuronal modifications in Aplysia sensory neurons.  In:  Neural Mechanisms of Conditioning, eds. Alkon, D.L. and Woody, C.D.  New York:  Plenum, pp. 55-73, 1986.
  5. Walters, E.T., Byrne, J.H., Carew, T.J. and Kandel, E.R.  A comparison of simple defensive reflexes in Aplysia:  Implications for general mechanisms of integration and plasticity.  In:  Comparative Neurobiology:  Modes of Communication in the Nervous System, eds., Strumwasser, F. and Cohen, M.  New York:  John Wiley and Sons, pp. 181-205, 1986.
  6. Baudry, M., Alkon, D.L., Andersen, P.O., Bliss, T.V.P., Byrne, J.H., Carew, T.J., Changeux, J.-P., Gerschenfeld, H.M., Ito, M., Kennedy, M.B., Nicoll, R., Mulle, C., Schmidt, R., Thompson, R.F. and Willmund, R.  Activity-dependent regulation of synaptic transmission and its relationship to learning.  In:  The Neural and Molecular Bases of Learning, eds., Changeux, J.-P. and Konishi, M.  Dahlem Konferenzen.  New York:  John Wiley and Sons, pp. 153-175, 1987.
  7. Byrne, J.H., Cleary, L.J. and Susswein, A.J.  Analysis of associative learning in Aplysia:  Behavioural and cellular studies.  In:  Growth and Plasticity of Neural Connections, eds. Winlow, W. and McCrohan, C.R.  England:  Manchester University Press, pp. 186-205, 1987.
  8. Byrne J.H., Eskin, A. and Scholz, K.P.  Neural and molecular mechanisms of short- and long-term sensitization in Aplysia.  In:  Modulation of Synaptic Transmission and Plasticity in Nervous Systems, eds., Hertting, G. and Spatz, H.-Ch.  Berlin:  Springer-Verlag, 289-304, 1988.
  9. Byrne, J.H.  Aplysia, associative modifications of individual neurons.  In:  Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, ed., Adelman, G.  Boston:  Birkhauser, pp. 65-67, 1987 and reprinted In:  Comparative Neuroscience and Neurobiology, ed., Irwin, L.N.  Boston:  Birkhauser, pp. 1-2, 1988, and In:  Learning and Memory, ed., Thompston, R.F.  Boston,  Birkhauser, pp. 25-26, 1989.
  10. Byrne, J.H. and Gingrich, K.J.  Mathematical model of cellular and molecular processes contributing to associative and nonassociative learning in Aplysia.  In:  Neural Models of Plasticity, eds., Byrne, J.H. and Berry, W.O.  Orlando:  Academic Press, pp. 58-72, 1989.
  11. Byrne, J.H., Gingrich, K.J. and Baxter, D.A.  Computational capabilities of single neurons:  Relationship to simple forms of associative and nonassociative learning in Aplysia.  In:  Computational Models of Learning in Simple Neural Systems, eds., Hawkins, R.D. and Bower, G.H.  Orlando:  Academic Press, pp. 31-63, 1989.
  12. Cleary, L.J., Hammer, M. and Byrne, J.H.  Insights into the cellular mechanisms of short-term sensitization in Aplysia.  In:  Perspectives in Neural Systems, eds., Carew, T.J. and Kelly, D.  New York:  Alan R. Liss Inc., pp. 105-119, 1989.
  13. Byrne, J.H.  Learning and memory in Aplysia and other invertebrates.  In:  Neurobiology of Comparative Cognition, eds., Kesner, R.P. and Olton, D.S.  New Jersey:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., pp. 293-315, 1990.
  14. Byrne, J.H., Cleary, L.J. and Baxter, D.A.  Aspects of the neural and molecular mechanisms of short-term sensitization in Aplysia:  Modulatory effects of serotonin and cAMP on duration of action potentials, excitability and membrane currents in tail sensory neurons.  In:  The Biology of Memory, eds., Squire, L.R. and Lindenlaub, E.  Stuttgart, F.K.  Germany:  Schattauer Verlag, pp. 7-28, 1990.
  15. Baxter, D.A., Buonomano, D.V, Raymond, J.L., Cook, D.G., Kuenzi, F.M., Carew, T.J. and Byrne, J.H.  Empirically derived adaptive elements and networks simulate associative learning.  In:  Neural Network Models of Conditioning and Action, eds., Commons, M.L., Grossberg, S. and Staddon, J.E.R.  New Jersey:  Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc. Inc., pp. 13-52, 1991.
  16. Byrne, J.H. and Crow, T.  Examples of mechanistic analyses of learning and memory in invertebrates.  In:  Learning and Memory:  A Biological View, eds., Martinez, J.L., Jr. and Kesner, R.P.  San Diego:  Academic Press, pp. 329-358, 1991.
  17. Nazif, F.A., Cleary, L.J. and Byrne, J.H.  Morphological correlates of long-term sensitization in Aplysia are mimicked by cAMP.  In:  Molluscan Neurobiology, eds., Kits, K.S., Boer, H.H. and Joosse, J.  Amsterdam:  North Holland Publishing Company, pp. 174-178, 1991.
  18. Byrne, J.H.  Resting potentials and action potentials in excitable cells.  In:  Essential Medical Physiology, ed., Leonard R. Johnson, New York:  Raven Press, pp. 43-60, 1991.
  19. Byrne, J.H.  Propagation of action potentials.  In:  Essential Medical Physiology, ed., Leonard R. Johnson, New York:  Raven Press, pp. 61-68, 1991.
  20. Byrne, J.H.  Neuromuscular and synaptic transmission.  In:  Essential Medical Physiology, ed., Leonard R. Johnson, New York:  Raven Press, pp. 69-84, 1991.
  21. Byrne, J.H. and Downey, J.M.  Electrical activity of the heart.  In:  Essential Medical Physiology, ed., Leonard R. Johnson, New York:  Raven Press, pp. 165-178, 1991.
  22. Byrne, J.H.  Classical conditioning and operant conditioning.  In:  Encyclopedia of Learning and Memory, ed., Larry R. Squire.  New York:  MacMillan Publishing Company, pp. 44-47, 1992.
  23. Byrne, J.H. and Raymond, J.L.  Conditioning, cellular and network schemes for higher-order features of classical.  In:  Encyclopedia of Learning and Memory, ed., Larry R. Squire.  New York:  MacMillan Publishing Company, pp. 119-123, 1992.
  24. Bauer, K.D., Byrne, J.H., Friedlander, M.J., König, P., Körner, E., Levy, W.B., Mishkin, M., Poggio, T.A., Willshaw, D.J.  Group report:  Forms and mechanisms of learning.  In:  Exploring Brain Functions Models in Neuroscience, eds., Poggio, T.A. and Glaser, D.A.  New York:  John Wiley and Sons Ltd., pp. 127-138, 1993.
  25. Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H.  Learning rules from neurobiology.  In:  The Neurobiology of Neural Networks, ed., D. Gardner, MIT Press/Bradford Books, pp. 71-104, 1993.
  26. Byrne, J.H. and Crow, T.  Invertebrate models of learning:  Aplysia and Hermissenda.  In:  Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks, ed., M. Arbib, MIT Press/Bradford Books, pp. 487-491, 1995.
  27. Byrne, J.H., Sugita, S. and Baxter, D.A. Roles of multiple second messenger systems in the serotonergic modulation of spike duration, membrane currents and synaptic connections of Aplysia sensory neurons.  In: Basic Neuroscience in Invertebrates, eds., Koike, H., Takahashi, K. and Kidokoro, Y. Japan Scientific Societies Press, pp. 229-246, 1996.
  28. Byrne, J.H.  Resting potentials and action potentials in excitable cells. In:  Essential Medical Physiology, 2nd Edition, ed., Leonard R. Johnson, Philadelphia:  Lippincott-Raven Publishers, pp. 67-84, 1997.
  29. Byrne, J.H.  Propagation of the action potential. In:  Essential Medical Physiology, 2nd Edition, ed., Leonard R. Johnson, Philadelphia:  Lippincott-Raven Publishers, pp. 85-92, 1997.
  30. Byrne, J.H.  Neuromuscular and synaptic transmission. In:  Essential Medical Physiology, 2nd Edition, ed., Leonard R. Johnson, Philadelphia:  Lippincott-Raven Publishers, pp. 93-113, 1997.
  31. Byrne, J.H.  Learning and Memory.  In:  Essential Medical Physiology, 2nd Edition, ed., Leonard R. Johnson, Philadelphia:  Lippincott-Raven Publishers, pp. 801-812, 1997.
  32. <![endif]> Fox, K., Bienenstock, E., Bonhoeffer, T., Byrne, J.H., Davis, M., Frégnac, Y.,Gierer, A., Hübener, M., Mauk, M.D., Shatz, C.J., Stryker, M.P.  Group report:  To what extent are activity-dependent processes common to development and learning? In: Mechanistic Relationships Between Development and Learning, eds., Carew, T., Menzel, R. and Shatz, C.J., John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, England, pp. 163-188, 1998.
  33. Byrne, J.H.  Postsynaptic potentials and synaptic integration.  In: Fundamental Neuroscience, eds. Zigmond, M.J., Bloom, F.E., Landis, S.C., Roberts, J.L. and Squire, L.R., Academic Press, San Diego, California, pp. 345-362, 1998.
  34. Beggs, J.M., Brown, T.H., Byrne, J.H., Crow, T., LeDoux, J.E., LaBar, K., Thompson, R.F.  Learning and memory: Basic mechanisms.  In: Fundamental Neuroscience, eds. Zigmond, M.J., Bloom, F.E., Landis, S.C., Roberts, J.L. and Squire, L.R., Academic Press, San Diego, California, pp. 1411-1454, 1998.
  35. Byrne, J.H.  Aplysia: Neural and molecular mechanisms of simple forms of learning.  In: The Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, Second Edition, eds. Adelman, G. and Smith, B.H., Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, pp. 114-118, 1999.
  36. Byrne, J.H.  Invertebrate models of learning.  In: The Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, Second Edition, eds. Adelman, G. and Smith, B.H., Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, pp. 981-984, 1999.
  37. Canavier, C.C., Baxter, D.A., and Byrne, J.H. Repetitive action potential firing. In: Nature Encyclopedia of Life Sciences, Nature Publishing Group, London. http://www.els.net/ [doi:10.1038/npg.els.0000084], 2002, updated 2004.
  38. Baxter, D.A., Canavier, C.C., Lechner, H.A., Butera, R.J., DeFranceschi, A.A., Clark, J.W., Byrne, J.H. Coexisting stable oscillatory states in single cell and multicellular neuronal oscillators. In: Oscillations in Neural Systems, eds., Levine, D., Brown, V. and Shirey, T., Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale, NJ, pp. 51-77, 2000.
  39. Lorenzetti, F.D. and Byrne, J.H. Associative modifications of individual neurons. In: International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, eds. Smelser, N.J. and Baltes, P.B., Elsevier Science, Pergamon, Oxford, 2:849-53, 2001.
  40. Phares, G.A. and Byrne, J.H. Heterosynaptic modulation of synaptic efficacy. In: Nature Encyclopedia of Life Sciences, Nature Publishing Group, London, 8:634-643, 2002, updated 2004.
  41. Lorenzetti, F.D. and Byrne, J.H., Aplysia: Classical conditioning and operant conditioning. In: Learning and Memory, second edition, ed. Byrne, J.H, MacMillan Publishing Company, New York, pp. 33-37, 2003.
  42. Phares, G.A. and Byrne, J.H., Aplysia: Molecular basis of long-term sensitization. In: Learning and Memory, second edition, ed. Byrne, J.H, MacMillan Publishing Company, New York, pp. 41-45, 2003.
  43. Byrne, J.H., Postsynaptic potentials and synaptic integration. In: Fundamental Neuroscience, second edition, eds. Squire, L.R., Bloom, F.E., Roberts, J.L., Zigmond, M.J., McConnell, S. K. and Spitzer, N. C., Academic Press, San Diego, pp. 299-317, 2003.
  44. Byrne, J.H., Learning and memory: Basic mechanisms. In: Fundamental Neuroscience, second edition, eds. Squire, L.R., Bloom, F.E., Roberts, J.L., Zigmond, M.J., McConnell, S.K. and Spitzer, N. C., Academic Press, San Diego, pp. 1275-1298, 2003.
  45. Byrne, J.H. and Crow, T. Invertebrate models of learning: Aplysia and Hermissenda. In: The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks, second edition, ed., M.A. Arbib, The MIT Press, Cambridge, pp. 581-585, 2003.
  46. Hayes, R.D., Byrne, J.H. and Baxter, D.A. Neurosimulation: Tools and resources. In The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks, second edition, ed., M.A. Arbib, The MIT Press, Cambridge, pp. 776-780, 2003.
  47. Byrne, J.H. Resting potentials and action potentials in excitable cells. In: Essential Medical Physiology, 3 rd Edition, ed., Leonard R. Johnson, Academic Press, San Diego, pp.71-88, 2003.
  48. Byrne, J.H. Propagation of the action potential. In: Essential Medical Physiology, Third Edition, ed., Leonard R. Johnson, Academic Press, San Diego, pp. 89-96, 2003.
  49. Byrne, J.H. Neuromuscular and synaptic transmission. In: Essential Medical Physiology, Third Edition, ed., Leonard R. Johnson, Academic Press, San Diego, pp. 97-122, 2003.
  50. Byrne, J.H. Learning and Memory. In: Essential Medical Physiology, Third Edition, ed., Leonard R. Johnson, Academic Press, San Diego, pp. 905-918, 2003.
  51. Byrne, J.H., Postsynaptic potentials and synaptic integration. In From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, eds. Byrne, J.H. and Roberts, J.L., Elsevier, San Diego, pp. 459-478, 2004.
  52. Baxter, D.A., Canavier, C.C. and Byrne, J.H. Dynamical properties of excitable membranes. In From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, eds. Byrne, J.H. and Roberts, J.L. Elsevier, San Diego, pp.161-196, 2004.
  53. Smolen, P., Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H. Mathematical modeling and analysis of intracellular signaling pathways. In From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, eds. Byrne, J.H. and Roberts, J.L. Elsevier, San Diego, pp. 393-429., 2004.
  54. Brown, T.H., Byrne, J.H., LaBar, K.S., LeDoux, J.E., Lindquist, D.H., Thompson, R.F. and Tyler, T.J. Learning and memory: Basic mechanisms. In From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, eds. Byrne, J.H. and Roberts, J.L. Elsevier, San Diego, pp. 499-574, 2004.
  55. Byrne, J.H., Antzoulatos, E. and Fioravante, D. Aplysia : Neural and molecular mechanisms of simple learning. In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, Third Edition , eds. Adelman, G. and Smith, B.H. Amsterdam : Elsevier Science, 2004.
  56. Byrne, J.H. Invertebrate models of learning. In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, Third Edition , eds. Adelman, G. and Smith, B.H. Amsterdam : Elsevier Science, 2004.
  57. Byrne, J.H., Fioravante, D., and Antzoulatos, E.G.  Cellular and molecular mechanisms of associative and non-associative learning.  In: Textbook of Neural Repair and Rehabilitation , eds. Selzer, M., Clarke, S., Cohen, L.G., Duncan , P.W., and Gage, F.H. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Vol. I, pp. 79-94, 2006.
  58. Byrne, J.H.  Plasticity: New concepts, new challenges.  In: Science of Memory: Concepts , eds. Roediger, H.L., Dudai, Y. and Fitzpatrick, S.  Oxford University Press, Inc., pp. 77-82, 2007.
  59. Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H.  Simulator for neural networks and action potentials (SNNAP):  Description and application.  In:  Methods in Molecular Biology: Neuroinformatics, ed. Crasto, C.  Totowa:  The Humana Press Inc., pp. 127-154, 2007.
  60. Fioravante, D., Antzoulatos, E.G., and Byrne, J.H.  Sensitization and habituation: Invertebrate.  In: J.D. Sweatt (Ed.), Volume 4 of Learning and Memory: A Comprehensive Reference , 4 vols. (J.H. Byrne Editor).  Oxford: Elsevier Science Limited, pp. 31-51, 2008.
  61. Lorenzetti, F.D. and Byrne, J.H.  Cellular mechanisms of associative learning in Aplysia .  In: J.D. Sweatt (Ed.), Volume 4 of Learning and Memory: A Comprehensive Reference , 4 vols. (J.H. Byrne Editor).  Oxford: Elsevier Science Limited, pp. 149-156, 2008.
  62. Mozzachiodi, R. and Byrne, J.H.  Plasticity of intrinsic excitability as a mechanism for memory storage.  In: J.D. Sweatt (Ed.), Volume 4 of Learning and Memory: A Comprehensive Reference , 4 vols. (J.H. Byrne Editor).  Oxford: Elsevier Science Limited, pp. 829-838, 2008.
  63. Byrne, J.H. Postsynaptic potentials and synaptic integration.  In: Fundamental Neuroscience, third edition, eds. Squire, L.R., Berg, D, Bloom, F.E., Du Lac, S. Gosh, Spitzer, N. C.  San Diego:  Academic Press, pp. 227-245, 2008.
  64. Byrne, J.H. Learning and memory: Basic mechanisms.  In: Fundamental Neuroscience, third edition, eds. Squire, L.R., Berg, D, Bloom, F.E., Du Lac, S. Gosh, Spitzer, N. C.  San Diego:  Academic Press, pp. 1133-1152, 2008.
  65. Byrne, J.H., Antzoulatos, E.G, and Fioravante, D.  Learning and memory in invertebrates: Aplysia.  In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, ed. Squire, L.R.  Oxford:  Elsevier, Volume 5, pp. 405-412, 2009.
  66. Mozzachiodi, R. and Byrne, J.H.  Plasticity of intrinsic excitability.  In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, ed. Squire, L.R.  Oxford:  Elsevier, Volume 7, pp. 733-739, 2009.
  67. Smolen, P.D. and Byrne, J.H.  Circadian rhythm models.  In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, ed. Squire, L.R.  Oxford:  Elsevier, Volume 2, pp. 957-963, 2009.
  68. Byrne, J.H. and Shepherd, G.M.  Electronic properties of axons and dendrites.  In:  From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, second edition, eds. Byrne, J.H. and Roberts, J.L.  San Diego:  Elsevier, pp. 111-132, 2009.
  69. Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H.  Dynamical properties of excitable membranes.  In:  From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, second edition, eds. Byrne, J.H. and Roberts, J.L.  San Diego:  Elsevier, pp. 181-216, 2009.
  70. Smolen, P.D., Baxter, D.A., and Byrne, J.H.  Modeling and analysis of intracellular signaling pathways.  In:  From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, second edition, eds. Byrne, J.H. and Roberts, J.L.  San Diego: Elsevier, pp. 413-444, 2009.
  71. Byrne, J.H.  Postsynaptic potentials and synaptic integration.  In:  From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, second edition, eds. Byrne, J.H. and Roberts, J.L.  San Diego:  Elsevier, pp. 469-488, 2009.
  72. Byrne, J.H. and Shepherd, G.M.  Complex information processing in dendrites.  In:  From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, second edition, eds. Byrne, J.H. and Roberts, J.L.  San Diego:  Elsevier, pp. 489-512, 2009.
  73. Byrne, J.H., LaBar, K.S., LeDoux, J.E., Schafe, G.E., Sweatt, J.D., and Thompson, R.F.  Learning and memory: Basic mechanisms.  In:  From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, second edition, eds. Byrne, J.H. and Roberts, J.L.  San Diego:  Elsevier, pp. 539-608, 2009.
  74. Baxter, D.A., Cataldo, E., and Byrne, J.H.  Computational analyses of learning networks.  In: Invertebrate Learning and Memory, eds., Menzel, R. and Benjamin, P., San Diego:  Academic Press, pp. 69-80, 2013.
  75. Mozzachiodi, R., Baxter, D.A., and Byrne, J.H.  Comparison of operant and classical conditioning in the feeding system of Aplysia. In: Invertebrate Learning and Memory, eds., Menzel, R. and Benjamin, P., San Diego:  Academic Press, pp. 183-193, 2013.
  76. Byrne, J.H., Fioravante, D., and Antzoulatos, E.G.  Cellular and molecular mechanisms of associative and nonassociative learning.  In: Textbook of Neural Repair and Rehabilitation, second edition, eds. Selzer, M., Clarke, S., Cohen, L., Kwakkel, G., and Miller, R.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, pp. 63-74, 2014.
  77. Smolen, P., Baxter, D.A., and Byrne, J.H. Mathematical modeling and analysis of intracellular signaling pathways.  In: Byrne, J.H., Heidelberger, R, and Waxham, M.N. (Eds.), From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, Third Edition, Elsevier Limited, pp. 175-205, 2014. 
  78. Baxter, D.A. and Byrne, J.H.  Dynamical properties of excitable membranes.  Byrne, J.H., Heidelberger, R, and Waxham, M.N. (Eds.), From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, Third Edition, Elsevier Limited, pp. 409-422, 2014.
  79. Heidelberger, R, Shouval, H., Zucker, R., and Byrne, J.H. Synaptic plasticity.  In: Byrne, J.H., Heidelberger, R, and Waxham, M.N. (Eds.), From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, Third Edition, Elsevier Limited, pp. 533-561, 2014.
  80. Byrne, J.H., LaBar, K.S., LeDoux, J.E., Schafe, G.E., and Thompson, R.F.  Learning and memory: Basic mechanisms. In: Byrne, J.H., Heidelberger, R, and Waxham, M.N. (Eds.), From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, Third Edition, Elsevier Limited, pp. 591-637, 2014.

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  1. Koester, J. and Byrne, J.H., eds., Molluscan Nerve Cells:  From Biophysics to Behavior, Cold Spring Harbor, Cold Spring Harbor Press, 1980.
  2. Byrne, J.H. and Schultz, S.G.  An Introduction to Membrane Transport and Bioelectricity, New York, Raven Press, 1988.
  3. Byrne, J.H. and Berry, W.O., eds., Neural Models of Plasticity, Orlando, Academic Press, 1989.
  4. Byrne, J.H. and Schultz, S.G.  An Introduction to Membrane Transport and Bioelectricity, (Foundations of General Physiology and Electrochemical Signalling), Second edition, New York, Raven Press, 1994.
  5. Byrne, J.H. and Schultz, S.G.  En bref. Transport Membranaire et Bioélectricité,  Second edition, Pennsylvania, Lippincott-Raven Publishers, 1997.
  6. Byrne, J.H., ed., Learning and Memory, Second edition, New York, J.H. Macmillan Publishing Company, 2003.
  7. Byrne, J.H. and Roberts, J.L., eds. From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, Elsevier, San Diego, 2004.
  8. Byrne, J.H., Eichenbaum, H., Menzel, R., Roediger, R. and Sweatt, D., eds., Learning and Memory: A Comprehensive Reference , 4 volumes , Oxford: Elsevier, 2008.
  9. Byrne, J.H., ed., Concise Learning and Memory - the editor's selection, Oxford: Elsevier, 2009.
  10. Byrne, J.H. and Roberts, J.L., eds.  From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, Second edition, San Diego: Elsevier, 2009.
  11. Byrne, J. H. (ed.), Neuroscience Online: An Electronic Textbook for the Neurosciences http://nba.uth.tmc.edu/neuroscience/ Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy, The University of Texas Medical School at Houston (UTHealth) © 1997.
  12. Byrne, J.H., Understanding Electricity with Water, epub, Lulu.com, 2011.
  13. Byrne, J.H., Heidelberger, R, and Waxham, M.N., eds., From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, Third edition, Elsevier Limited, 2014.

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