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152.  Shevtsova, N.A., A. E. Talpalar, S. N. Markin, R. M. Harris-Warrick, O. Kiehn and I. A. Rybak, “Organization of left-right coordination of neuronal activity in the mammalian spinal cord: Insights from computational modeling”, J. Physiol., 593.11: 2403-2426 (2015).

151.  Bouhadfane, M., A. Kaszas, B. Rozsa, R. M. Harris-Warrick, L. Vinay and F. Brocard, “Sensitization of neonatal rata lumbar motoneurons by the inflammatory pain mediator bradykinin”, e-Life, in press (2015).

150.  Harris-Warrick, R. M. and J. M. Ramirez, “Neural networks for the generation of rhythmic motor behaviors”, in: S. . Hooper and A. Büschges, The Neurobiology of Motor Control: Fundamental Concepts and New Directions,  Wiley, in press (2014).

149: Husch, A, S.B. Dietz, D. N. Hong, R. M. Harris-Warrick, “Adult spinal V2a interneurons show increased excitability and serotonin dependent bistability.”  J. Neurophysiology, 113: 1124-1134 (2014)

148.  Harris-Warrick, R. M. Locomotor pattern generation in the rodent spinal cord.  In: R. Jung and D. Jaeger,  Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience, Springer Science and Business Media, DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-7320-6_48-1(2013)

147.  Harris-Warrick, R. M. Modulation of crustacean networks for behavior.  In: C. Derby and M. Thiel, eds., Crustacean Nervous Systems and their Control of Behavior.  Oxford University Press, pp. 114-146. (2014).

146. Masino, M.A., M.D. Abbinanti, J. Eian and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  TTX-resistant NMDA receptor-mediated membrane potential oscillations in neonatal mouse Hb9 interneurons.  PLoS ONE 7(10): e47940. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0047940 (2012).

145.  Dietz, S., A. Husch and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  A comparison of serotonin neuromodulation of mouse spinal V2a interneurons using perforated patch and whole cell recording techniques. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience, Epub doi: 10.3389/fncel.2012.00039 (2012). 

144. Kvarta, M.D., R. M. Harris-Warrick and B. R. Johnson.  Neuromodulator-Evoked Synaptic Metaplasticity within a Central Pattern Generator Network.  J. Neurophysiol., 108: 2846-2856 (2012).

143.  Zhong, G. Shevtsova, N.A., I.A. Rybak and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Neuronal activity in the isolated mouse spinal cord during spontaneous deletions in fictive locomotion: Insights into locomotor CPG organization.  J. Physiol.,590: 4735-4759 (2012).

142.  Husch, A., G.N. Van Patten, D. N. Hong, M. M. Scaperotti, N. Cramer and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Spinal cord injury induces serotonin supersensitivity without increasing intrinsic excitability of mouse V2a interneurons.  J. Neurosci, 32: 13145-54 (2012).

141. Abbinanti, M.D., G. Zhong and R. M. Harris-Warrick.(2012) Postnatal emergence of serotonin-induced plateau potentials in commissural interneurons of the mouse spinal cord.  J. Neurophysiol., 108: 2191-2202.

140. Abbinanti, M.D. and R. M. Harris-Warrick. (2012) Serotonin modulates multiple calcium current subtypes in commissural interneurons of the neonatal mouse. J. Neurophysiol., 107:2212-2219.

139. Husch, A., N. Cramer and R. M. Harris-Warrick. (2011). Long duration perforated patch recordings from spinal interneurons of adult mice. J. Neurophysiol., epub ahead of print, PMID: 21900514

138. Kadiri, L.R., Kwan, A.C., Webb, W.W., and Harris-Warrick, R. M. (2011). Dopamine-induced oscillations of the pyloric pacemaker neuron rely on release of calcium from intracellular stores. J. Neurophysiol., 106: 1288-98.

137. Harris-Warrick, R. M. (2011) Neuromodulation and flexibility in Central Pattern Generator networks. Curr. Opin, Neurobiol., Epub ahead of print, PMID: 21646013

136. Goeritz, M. L., Ouyang, Q. and Harris-Warrick, R. M. (2011) Localization and function of Ih channels in a small neural network . J. Neurophysiol., 106: 44-58.

135. Zhong G., Sharma K., and Harris-Warrick, R. M. (2011) Frequency-dependent recruitment of V2a interneurons during fictive locomotion in the mouse spinal cord. Nature Comm., http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/ncomms1276

134. Johnson, B.R., Brown J.M., Kvarta M.D., Lu, J.Y.J., Schneider L.R., Nadim F., and Harris-Warrick R.M. (2010) Differential Modulation of Synaptic Strength and Timing Regulate Synaptic Efficacy in a Motor Network. J. Neurophysiol., 105:293-304.

133. Kwan, A.C., S.B. Dietz, G. Zhong, R. M. Harris-Warrick and W. W. Webb (2010). Spatiotemporal dynamics of rhythmic spinal interneurons measured with two-photon calcium imaging and coherence analysis. J. Neurophysiol., 104:3323-33.

132. Ouyang, Q.. V. Patel, J. Vandenburgh and R. M. Harris-Warrick. Cloning and distribution of Ca2+-activated K channels in lobster Panulirus interruptus. Neuroscience, 170:692-702 (2010).

131. Hu, E.,L. Demmou, B. Cauli, T. Gallopin, H. Geoffroy, Harris-Warrick, R. M., Paupardin-Tritsch, D., Lamboulez, B., Vincent, P. and Hepp, R. VIP, CRF and PACAP act at distinct receptors to elicit different cAMP/PKA dynamics in the neocortex. Cerebral Cortex, 21: 708-718 (2010).

130.  Harris-Warrick, R.M. and B.R. Johnson. Checks and balances in neuromodulation. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, Jul 21;4. pii: 47 (2010).

129.  Sherwood, W.E., R. Harris-Warrick and J. Guckenheimer. Synaptic patterning of left-right alternation in a computational model of the rodenthindlimb central pattern generator. J. Comput. Neurosci., Epub ahead of print (2010).

128. Harris-Warrick, R. M. General Principles of Rhythmogenesis in Central Pattern Networks. Prog. Brain Res., 187:213-22 (2010).

127. Zhong, G., S. Droho, S. Crone, S. Dietz, A.C. Kwan, W. W. Webb, S. Sharma and R. M. Harris-Warrick. Electrophysiological characterization of the V2a interneurons and their locomotor-related activity in neonatal mouse spinal cord.  J. Neurosci, 30: 170-182 (2010).

126.  Kwan, A.C., S.B. Dietz, W.W. Webb, R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Activity of Hb9 inteneurons during fictive locomotion in mouse spinal cord.  J. Neurosci., 29: 11601-11613 (2009).

125.  Crone, S.A., G. Zhong, R M. Harris-Warrick and K. Sharma.  In mice lacking V2a interneurons, gait depends on speed of locomotion.  J. Neurosci. 29: 7098-7109 (2009).

124.  Harris-Warrick, R. M., D. Paupardin-Tritsch, J. Bockaert.  Reflection: An a40 subunit of a GTP-binding protein immunologically related to Go mediates a dopamine-induced decrease of Ca2+ current in snail neurons.  Neuron, 60: 396-397 (2008).

123. Kloppenburg, P., W. Zipfel, W.W. Webb, R.M. Harris-Warrick. Heterogeneous effect of dopamine on highly localized voltage-induced calcium acccumulation in identified motoneurons. J. Neurophysiol, 98:2910-2917 (2007).

122. Diaz-Rios, M., D. A. Dombeck, W. W. Webb and R. M. Harris-Warrick. Serotonin modulates dendritic calcium influx in commissural interneurons in the mouse spinal locomotor network. J. Neurophysiol., in press (2007). PMID: 17581844.

121. Harris-Warrick, R. M. and B. R. Johnson. Stomatogastric Ganglion. In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. O. Kiehn, Ed, Springer Verlag, in press (2007).

120. Ouyang, Q., M Goeritz, and R.M. Harris-Warrick. The Panulirus interruptus Ih-channel gene PIIH: modification of channel properties by alternative splicing and role in rhythmic activity. J. Neurophysiol., 97(6):3880-3892 (2007).

119. Zhong, G. M. Masino and R. M. Harris-Warrick. Persistent sodium currents participate in fictive locomotion generation in neonatal mouse spinal cord. J. Neurosci., 27(17):4507-4518 (2007).

118. Wilson, J.M., D.A. Dombeck, M. Diaz Rios, R. M. Harris-Warrick and R. M. Brownstone. Two-photon calcium imaging of network activity in XFP expressing neurons in the mouse. J. Neurophysiol. 97(4): 3118-3125 (2007).

117.  Peck, J.H., E. Gaier, E. Stevens, S. Repicky and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Amine modulation of Ih in a small neural network.  J. Neurophysiol., 96(6):2931-2940 (2006).

116.  Zhong, G., M. Diaz-Rios and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Intrinsic and functional differences among commissural interneurons during fictive locomotion and serotonergic modulation in the neonatal mouse.  J. Neurosci, 26:6509-6517 (2006).

115.  Zhong, G., M. Diaz-Rios and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Serotonin modulates the properties of ascending commissural interneurons in the neonatal mouse spinal cord.  J. Neurophysiol., 95:1545-1555(2006).

114.  Gruhn, M., J. Guckenheimer, B. Land and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Dopamine modulation of two delayed rectifier potassium currents in a small neural network.  J.Neurophysiol., 94:2888-2900 (2005).

113.  Johnson, B.R., L.R. Schneider, F. Nadim and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Dopamine modulation of phasing of activity in a rhythmic motor network: Contribution of synaptic and intrinsic modulatory actions.  J. Neurophysiol., 94:3101-3111 (2005).

112.  MacLean, J.N., Y. Zhang, M. L. Goeritz, R. Casey, R. Oliva, J. Guckenheimer and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Activity-independent co-regulation of IA and Ih in rhythmically active neurons.  J. Neurophysiol., 94: 3601-3617 (2005).

111.  French. L. B., A. Singh, R. Luik and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Structural requirements for rapid inactivation and voltage dependence in splice variants of lobster shaker potassium channels.  Journal of Receptors and Signal Transduction, 25:73-97 (2005).

110.  Harris-Warrick, R. M. Synaptic chemistry in single neurons: GABA is identified as an inhibitory neurotransmitter.  J. Neurophysiol., 93:3029-3031 (2005).

109.  Zhang, Y. and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  An ER export signal accelerates the surface expression of shal potassium channels in pyloric neurons of the lobster stomatogastric ganglion. Pflugers Archiv- European Journal of Physiology, 447:401-4 (2004).

108. French, L.B., C. C. Lanning, M. Matly and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Cellular localization of Shab and Shaw potassium channels in the lobster stomatogastric ganglion. Neuroscience, 123:919-30 (2004).

107.  Zhang, Y, R. Oliva, G. Gisselmann, H. Hatt, J. Guckenheimer and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Overexpression of a hyperpolarization-activated cation current (Ih) channel gene modifies the firing activity of identified motor neurons in a small neural network.  J. Neurosci. 23: 9059-9067 (2003).

106. Zhang, Y., J.N. MacLean, W. F. An, C. C. Lanning, ,R. M. Harris-Warrick.  KChIP1 and Frequenin modify shal-evoked potassium currents in pyloric neurons in the lobster stomatogastric ganglion.  J. Neurophysiol. 89: 1902-1909 (2003).

105.  Johnson, B.R., P. Kloppenburg and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Dopamine modulation of calcium currents in pyloric neurons of the lobster stomatogastric ganglion.  J. Neurophysiol., 90: 631-643  (2003).

104. MacLean, J.N., Y. Zhang, B. R. Johnson and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Activity-independent homeostasis in rhythmically active  neurons.  Neuron, 37: 109-120 (2003).

103. Butt, S.J.B., R. Harris-Warrick and O. Kiehn. Firing properties of identified interneuron populations in the mammalian hindlimb central pattern generator.  J. Neurosci., 22: 9961-9971 (2002).

102. Harris-Warrick, R. M. Voltage-sensitive ion channels in rhythmic motor systems.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 12:646-651 ( 2002).

101.  French, L.B., C. C. Lanning and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  The localization of two voltage-gated calcium channels in the pyloric network of the lobster stomatogastric ganglion.  Neuroscience, 112: 217-232 (2002).

100. Harris-Warrick, R. M. and B. R. Johnson.  Cellular and molecular mechanisms of amine modulation in Crustacea.  In: K. Wiese and J. Schmidt (eds) Crustacean Experimental Systems in Neurobiology, Springer Verlag, Berlin, pp.23-44 (2002).

99. Kloppenburg, P., B. R. Johnson, W. R. Zipfel, W.W. Webb and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Multiple effects of dopamine on an identified motor neuron analyzed by electrophysiological and optical imaging techniques. In: K. Wiese and J. Schmidt (eds) The Crustacean Nervous System, Springer Verlag, Berlin, pp. 204-216 (2001).

98.  Peck, J.H., S. T. Nakanishi, R. Yaple and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Amine modulation of the transient potassium current in identified cells of the lobster stomatogastric ganglion.  J. Neurophysiol., 86: 2957-2965 (2001).

97. Mizrahi, A., P.S. Dickinson, P. Kloppenburg, V. Fenelon, D. J. Baro, R. M. Harris-Warrick,  P. Meyrand and J. Simmers. Long-term maintenance of channel distribution in a central pattern generator neuron by neuromodulatory inputs revealed by de-centralization in organ culture.  J. Neurosci, 21:7331-7339 (2001).

96.  Baro, D.J., L. Quinones, C.C. Lanning, R. M. Harris-Warrick, M. Ruiz.  Alternate splicing of the Shal gene and the origin of IA diversity among neurons in a dynamic motor network.  Neurosci., 106: 419-432 (2001).

95.  Sucher, N.J., E. Guenther, D. J. Baro, R. M. Harris-Warrick and D. Deitcher.  Genes and channels: Patch/Voltage clamp analysis and single-cell RT-PCR.  Cell Tiss Res., 302: 295-307 (2000).

94.  Kiehn, O., M.C. Tretsch, O. Kjaerulff and R. M Harris-Warrick. Contributions of intrinsic motor neuron properties to the production of rhythmic motor output in the mammalian spinal cord.  Brain Res Bull., 53: 649-659 (2000).

93.  Harris-Warrick, R. M.  Ion channels and receptors: Molecular targets for behavioral evolution.  J. Comp. Physiol. A, 186: 605-616 (2000).

92.  Baro, D. J., A. Ayali, L. French, N. L. Scholz, J. Labenia, C. C. Lanning, K. Graubard and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Molecular underpinnings of neuroethological principles: Differential targeting of shal and shaker potassium channels in the pyloric motor system.  J. Neurosci., 20:6619-30 (2000)

91.  Harris-Warrick, R. M.  Review of Katz, P., “Beyond Neurotransmission: Neuromodulation and its importance for information processing”  Trends Neurosci, 23: 277-8 (2000).

90.  Kloppenburg, P., W. R. Zipfel, W. W. Webb, and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Highly localized Ca2+ accumulation revealed by multiphoton microscopy in an identified motoneuron, and its modulation by dopamine.  J. Neurosci., 20: 2523-2533 (2000).

89.  Schneider, H., D. J. Baro, D. Bailey, G. Canter, R. M. Harris-Warrick and E. A. Kravitz.  Patterns of Shaker family gene expression in single identified neurons of the American lobster, Homarus americanus.  Receptors and Channels, 7:53-64. (2000).

88.  Katz, P.S. and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  The evolution of neuronal circuits underlying species-specific behavior.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 9: 628-633  (1999).

87.  Ayali, A. and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Monoamine control of the pacemaker kernel and cycle frequency in the lobster pyloric network.  J. Neurosci., 19: 6712-6722 (1999).

86.  Harris-Warrick, R. M.  Foreword to P. Katz, Beyond Neurotransmission: Neuromodulation and its importance for information processing.  Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1999.

85.  Mi, H., R. M. Harris-Warrick, T. J. Deerinck, I. Inman, M. H. Ellisman and T. L. Schwarz.  Identification and localization of Ca++-activated K+ channels in rat sciatic nerve.  Glia, 26:166-75 (1999).

84.  Willms, A. R., D. J. Baro, R. M. Harris-Warrick and J. Guckenheimer.  An improved parameter estimation method for Hodgkin-Huxley models. J. Comput. Neurosci., 6: 145-168 (1999).

83.  Kloppenburg, P., R. M. Levini, and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Dopamine modulates two potassium currents and inhibits the intrinsic firing properties of an identified motor neuron in a central pattern generator network.   J. Neurophysiol., 81:29-38 (1999).

82.  Harris-Warrick, R. M., B. R. Johnson, J.H. Peck, P. Kloppenburg, A. Ayali and J. Skarbinski.  Distributed effects of dopamine modulation in the crustacean pyloric network.  Ann. New York Acad. Sci., 860: 155-167 (1998).

81.  Baro, D. J. and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Differential expression and targeting of K+ channel genes in the lobster pyloric central pattern generator.  Ann. New York Acad. Sci., 860: 281-295 (1998).

80.  Harris-Warrick, R. M. and R. R. Hoy.  Motor Control: The 1998 Grass Calendar.  Grass Instrument Division, Astro-Med Inc., West Warwick, 1998.

79.  Ayali, A. and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Combined modulatory effects of CPG network interactions and dopamine in the lobster stomatogastric ganglion.  Brain Research, 794: 155-161 (1998).

78.  Kim, M., D. J. Baro, C. L. Lanning, M. Doshi, H. Moskowitz, J. Farnham and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Expression of Panulirus Shaker potassium channel splice variants.  Receptors and Channels, 5:291-304 (1998).

77.  Ayali, A., B. R. Johnson and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Dopamine modulates graded and spike evoked synaptic inhibition independently at single synapses in the pyloric network of the lobster.  J. Neurophysiol., 79: 2063-2069 (1998).

76.  Harris-Warrick, R. M., A. Ayali, D. J. Baro, B. R. Johnson, M. Kim, P. Kloppenburg, J. H. Peck and A. J. Tierney.  Potassium channels, amines and the control of a small neural network.  In:N. Elsner, ed., New Neuroethology on the Move: Proceedings of the 26th Gottingen Neurobiology Conference, Georg Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, pp.87-104 (1998).

75.  Johnson, B. R. and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Amine modulation of glutamate responses from pyloric motor neurons in the lobster stomatogastric ganglion.  J. Neurophysiol., 78: 3210-3221 (1997).

74.  Sparks, D. L. and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Motor Systems: Editorial overview.  Current Opinion Neurobiol. 7: 777-780 (1997).

73.  Kim, M., D. J. Baro, C. C. Lanning, M. Doshi, J. Farnham, H. S. Moskowitz , J. Peck, B. M. Olivera and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Alternative splicing in the pore-forming region of shaker potassium channels.  J. Neurosci, 17: 8213-8224 (1997).

72.  Baro, D. J., R. M. Levini, A. R. Willms, C. L. Cole, H.E. Rodriguez and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Quantitative single cell RT-PCR demonstrates that A-current magnitude varies as a linear function of shal gene expression in identified stomatogastric neurons.  J. Neurosci., 17: 6597-6610 (1997).

71.  Guckenheimer, J., R. Harris-Warrick, J. Peck and A. Willms.  Bifurcation, bursting and spike frequency adaptation.  J. Computational Neurosci., 4: 257-277 (1997).

70.  Harris-Warrick, R. M., D. J. Baro, L. M. Coniglio, B. R. Johnson, R. M. Levini, J. H. Peck and B. Zhang.  Chemical modulation of crustacean stomatogastric pattern generator networks.  in: P.S. Stein, S. Grillner, A. I. Selverston and D. G. Stuart, eds., Neurons, Networks and Motor Behavior, MIT Press, pp 209-215 (1997).

69.  Baro, D. J., C. L. Cole and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  RT-PCR analysis of shaker, shab, shaw and shal gene expression in single neurons and glial cells. Receptors and Channels, 4:149-159 (1996).

68.  Baro, D.J., L. Coniglio, C. L. Cole, H. E. Rodriguez, J. K. Lubell, M. T. Kim and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Lobster shal: Comparison with Drosophila shal and native potassium currents in identified neurons.  J. Neurosci.,16: 1689-1701 (1996).

67.  Baro, D.J., C L. Cole and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Lobster shaw: Cloning, sequence analysis and comparison to fly shaw. Gene, 170: 267-270 (1996).

66.  Harris-Warrick, R. M. and D. L. Sparks.  Neural Control: Editorial Overview.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 5: 721-726 (1995).

65.  Zhang, B., J.F. Wooton and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Calcium-dependent plateau potentials in a crab stomatogastric ganglion motoneuron.  II.  Calcium-activated slow inward current.  J. Neurophysiol.74: 1938-1946 (1995).

64.  Zhang, B. and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Calcium-dependent plateau potentials in a crab stomatogastric ganglion motoneuron.  I.  Calcium current and its modulation by serotonin.  J. Neurophysiol., 74: 1929-1937 (1995).

63.  Harris-Warrick, R.M., L.M. Coniglio, R.M. Levini, S. Gueron, and J. Guckenheimer.  Dopamine modulation of two subthreshold currents produces phase shifts in activity of an identified motoneuron.  J. Neurophysiol., 74: 1404-1420 (1995).

62.  Johnson, B.R., J.H. Peck and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Distributed amine modulation of graded chemical transmission in the pyloric network of the lobster stomatogastric ganglion.  J. Neurophysiol., 74: 437-452 (1995).

61.  Harris-Warrick, R.M., L.M. Coniglio, N. Barazangi, J. Guckenheimer, and S. Gueron.  Dopamine modulation of transient potassium current evokes phase shifts in a central pattern generator network.  Journal of Neuroscience, 15:342-358 (1995).

60.  Johnson, B. R., J. H. Peck and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Differential modulation of chemical and electrical components of mixed synapses in the lobster stomatogastric ganglion.  J. Comp. Physiol. A., 175: 233-249 (1994).

59.  Baro, D.J., C.L. Cole, A.R. Zarrin, S. Hughes, and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Shab gene expression in identified neurons of the pyloric network in the lobster stomatogastric ganglion.  Receptors and Channels, 2: 193-205 (1994).

58.  Harris-Warrick, R.M. Modulation of small neural networks in the crustacean stomatogastric ganglion.  In Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Higher Neural Functions.  A.E. Selverston and P. Ascher, Eds., John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., pp. 111-126 (1994).

57.  Zhang, B. and R. M. Harris-Warrick.  Multiple receptors mediate the modulatory effects of serotonergic neurons in a small neural network.  J. Exp. Biol. 190:55-77 (1994).

56.  Johnson, B. R., Peck J. H., and Harris-Warrick, R. M.  Dopamine induces sign reversal at mixed chemical-electrical synapses.  Brain Research 625:159-164.  (1993).

55.  Guckenheimer, J., Gueron, S., and Harris-Warrick, R. M.  Mapping the dynamics of a bursting neuron.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 341:345-359 (1993).

54.  Harris-Warrick, R. M.  Pattern Generation.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology 3:982-98 (1993).

53.  Johnson, B.R., J.H. Peck and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Amine modulation of electrical coupling in the pyloric network of the lobster stomatogastric ganglion.  J. Comp. Physiol. A, 172: 715-732 (1993).

52.  Harris-Warrick, R.M., M. Nusbaum and F. Nagy.  Modulation of stomatogastric neural networks by identified transmitters and neurons.  In:  R.M. Harris-Warrick, E. Marder, A.I. Selverston and M. Moulins (eds.)  The Stomatogastric Nervous System:  A Model Biological Neural Network, MIT Press, Boston, pp. 87-138 (1992).

51.  Harris-Warrick, R.M., E. Marder, A.I. Selverston and M. Moulins, eds.  The Stomatogastric Nervous System:  A Model Biological Neural Network, MIT Press, Boston, 328 pp. (1992).

50.  Kiehn, O. and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  5-HT modulation of a hyperpolarization-activated inward current and a calcium-dependent outward current in a crustacean motor neuron. J. Neurophysiol. 68: 496-508 (1992).

49.  Kiehn, O. and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Serotonergic stretch receptor neurones induce plateau properties in a crustacean motor neuron by a dual conductance mechanism.  J. Neurophysiol. 68: 485-495 (1992).

48.  Tierney, A.J. and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Physiological role of the transient potassium current in the pyloric network of the lobster stomatogastric ganglion.  J. Neurophysiol., 67: 599-609 (1992).

47.  Johnson, B.R., J. Peck and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Elevated temperature alters the ionic dependence of membrane potential oscillations induced by amines in a conditional burster neuron.  J. Comp. Physiol., 170: 201-209 (1992).

46.  Harris-Warrick, R.M., R.E. Flamm, B.R. Johnson, P.S. Katz, O. Kiehn and B. Zhang.  Amine modulation in the crustacean stomatogastric ganglion.  In:  I. Duce, ed., Proceedings of Neurotox '91, Elsevier Science Publishers, pp. 305-321 (1992).

45.  Katz, P.S. and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Recruitment of crab gastric mill neurons into the pyloric motor pattern by mechanosensory afferent stimulation.  J. Neurophysiol. 65: 1442-1451 (1991).

44.  Johnson, B.R., J.H. Peck and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Temperature sensitivity of graded synaptic transmission in the lobster stomatogastric ganglion. J. Exp. Biol., 156: 267-285 (1991).

43.  Harris-Warrick, R.M. and E. Marder.  Modulation of neural networks for behavior.  Ann. Rev. Neurosci. 14: 39-57 (1991).

42.  Harris-Warrick, R.M.  Mechanisms for neuromodulation of biological neural networks.  In:  D.S. Touretsky, ed., Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems-2, Morgan Kaufman Publ, San Mateo, CA, pp 18-27 (1990).

41.  Katz, P.S. and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Actions of identified neuromodulatory neurons in a simple motor system.  Trends in Neuroscience 13: 367-373 (1990).

40.  Johnson, B.R. and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Aminergic modulation of graded synaptic transmission in the lobster stomatogastric ganglion.  J. Neurosci. 10: 2066-2076 (1990).

39.  Harris-Warrick, R.M. and P.S. Katz.  Sensory modulation of motor pattern generators in the crab stomatogastric ganglion.  In: K. Wiese et al., eds., Frontiers in Crustacean Neurobiology, Birkhauser Verlag, Basel, pp 431-438 (1990).

38.  Katz, P.S. and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Neuromodulation of the crab pyloric central pattern generator by serotonergic/cholinergic proprioceptive afferents.  J. Neurosci. 10: 1495-1512 (1990).

37.  Gerschenfeld, H.M., D. Paupardin-Tritsch, C. Hammond and R. Harris-Warrick.  Intracellular mechanisms of neurotransmitter-induced modulations of voltage-dependent Ca2+ current in snail neurons.  Cell Biol. Int. Rep. 13: 1141-1151 (1989).

36.  Katz, P.S. and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  A new role for proprioceptive feedback to CPGs:  Neuromodulation by serotonergic/cholinergic mechanosensory afferents to the stomatogastric ganglion of crabs.  In:  Erber, J., Menzel, R., Pfluger, H., and Todt, D., eds. Neural Mechanisms of Behavior.  Stuttgart:  Georg Thieme Verlag; p 229 (1989).

35.  Harris-Warrick, R.M., R.E. Flamm, B.R. Johnson and P.S. Katz.  Modulation of neural circuits in crustacea.  Am. Zool. 29: 1305-1320 (1989).

34.  Harris-Warrick, R.M. and B.R. Johnson.  Motor pattern networks:  Flexible foundations for rhythmic pattern production.  In: T. Carew and D. Kelley, eds. Perspectives in Neural Systems and Behavior, Alan R. Liss, New York, pp. 51-72 (1989).

33.  Katz, P.S. and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Serotonergic/cholinergic muscle receptor cells in the crab stomatogastric nervous system.  II. Rapid nicotinic and prolonged modulatory effects on neurons in the stomatogastric ganglion.  J. Neurophysiol. 62: 571-581 (1989).

32.  Katz, P.S., M.H. Eigg, and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Serotonergic/cholinergic muscle receptor cells in the crab stomatogastric nervous system.  I. Identification and characterization of the gastropyloric receptor cells.  J. Neurophysiol. 62: 558-570 (1989).

31.  Harris-Warrick, R.M.  Forskolin reduces a transient potassium current in lobster neurons by a cAMP-independent mechanism.  Brain Res. 489: 59-66 (1989).

30.  Paupardin-Tritsch, D., C. Hammond, R. Harris-Warrick and H.M. Gerschenfeld.  Neurotransmitter-induced regulation of voltage-dependent calcium current in identified snail neurons.  In:  G. Hertting and H.-Ch. Spatz, eds., Modulation of Synaptic Transmission and Plasticity in Nervous Systems, NATO/ASI Series,Springer-Verlag, pp 271-289 (1988).

29.  Harris-Warrick, R., C. Hammond, D. Paupardin-Tritsch, V. Homburger, B. Rouot, J. Bockaert and H.M. Gerschenfeld.  An a40 subunit of a GTP-binding protein immunologically related to Go mediates a dopamine-induced decrease of Ca2+ current in snail neurons.  Neuron 1: 27-32 (1988).

28.  Harris-Warrick, R.M.  Chemical modulation of central pattern generators.  In:  A.H. Cohen, S. Rossignol, and S. Grillner, eds. Neural Control of Rhythmic Movements, John Wiley & Sons, New York, pp. 285-331 (1988).

27.  Harris-Warrick, R.M. and B.R. Johnson.  Potassium channel blockade induces rhythmic activity in a conditional burster neuron.  Brain Research 416: 381-386 (1987).

26.  Flamm, R.E., D. Fickbohm and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  cAMP elevation modulates physiological activity of pyloric neurons in the lobster stomatogastric ganglion.  J. Neurophysiol. 58: 1370-1386 (1987).

25.  Harris-Warrick, R.M. and R.E. Flamm.  Multiple mechanisms of bursting in a conditional bursting neuron.  J. Neurosci., 7: 2113-2128 (1987).

24.  Harris-Warrick, R.M. and R.E. Flamm.  Chemical modulation of a small central pattern generator circuit.  Trends in Neurosciences 9: 432-437 (1986).

23.  Flamm, R.E. and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Aminergic modulation in the lobster stomatogastric ganglion.  II. Target neurons of dopamine, octopamine and serotonin within the pyloric circuit.  J. Neurophysiol. 55: 866-881 (1986).

22.  Flamm, R.E. and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Aminergic modulation in the lobster stomatogastric ganglion.  I. Effects on the motor pattern and activity of neurons within the pyloric circuit.  J. Neurophysiol. 55: 847-865 (1986).

21.  Harris-Warrick, R.M. and A.H. Cohen.  Serotonergic modulation of fictive swimming in the lamprey spinal cord.  J. Exp. Biol. 116: 27-46 (1985).

20.  Kravitz, E.A., B. Beltz, S. Glusman, M. Goy, R. Harris-Warrick, M. Johnston, M. Livingstone, T. Schwarz and K. Siwicki.  The well-modulated lobster:  The roles of serotonin, octopamine, and proctolin in the lobster nervous system.  In:  A.I. Selverston, ed., Model Neural Networks and Behavior, Plenum Publishing Corp., pp. 339-360 (1985).

19.  Harris-Warrick, R.M.  Amine modulation of extension command element-evoked motor activity in the lobster abdomen.  J. Comp. Physiol. 156: 875-884 (1985).

18.  Harris-Warrick, R.M., J.M. McPhee and J. Filler.  Immunocytochemical visualization of serotonin in the lamprey spinal cord.  Neuroscience 14: 1127-1140 (1985).

17.  Harris-Warrick, R.M. and E.A. Kravitz.  Cellular mechanisms for modulation of posture by serotonin and octopamine in the lobster.  J. Neurosci. 4: 1976-1993 (1984).

16.  Beltz, B., J.S. Eisen, R. Flamm, R.M. Harris-Warrick, S. Hooper and E. Marder.  Serotonergic innervation and modulation of the stomatogastric ganglion of three decapod crustaceans.  J. Exp. Biol. 109: 35-54 (1984).

15.  Cohen, A.H. and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Strychnine eliminates alternating motor output during fictive locomotion in the lamprey.  Brain Research 293: 164-167 (1984).

14.  Kravitz, E.A., B. Beltz, S. Glusman, M. Goy, R.M. Harris-Warrick, M. Johnston, M. Livingstone and T. Schwarz.  The well-modulated lobster:  the roles of serotonin, octopamine and proctolin in the lobster nervous system.  Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 22: 133-147 (1984).

13.  Kravitz, E.A., B.S. Beltz,  S. Glusman, M.F. Goy, R.M. Harris-Warrick, M.F. Johnston, M.S. Livingstone, T.L. Schwarz and K.K. Siwicki.  Neurohormones and lobsters:  biochemistry to behavior.  Trends in Neurosci. 6: 346-349 (1983).  This paper has been reprinted in an anthology, Neurotransmitters in Action, ed. D. Bousfield, Elsevier, (1985).

12.  Bergman, H., S. Glusman, R.M. Harris-Warrick, E.A. Kravitz, I. Nussinovitch and R. Rahamimoff.  Noradrenaline augments tetanic potentiation of transmitter release by a calcium-dependent process.  Brain Res. 214: 200-204 (1981).

11.  Kravitz, E.A., S. Glusman, M. Livingstone and R.M. Harris-Warrick.  Serotonin in the lobster nervous system.  Mechanism of action at neuromuscular junctions and preliminary behavioral studies.  In B.L. Jacobs and A. Gelperin, eds., Serotonin:  Neurotransmission and Behavior, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass., pp. 189-210 (1981).

10.  Riopelle, R.J., A. Sutter, R.M. Harris-Warrick, M. Klearman and E.M. Shooter.  Receptor interactions of Nerve Growth Factor.  Adv. Neurol., 299: 133-148 (1981).

9.  Kravitz, E.A., S. Glusman, R.M. Harris-Warrick, M. Livingstone, T. Schwarz and M.F. Goy.  Amines and a peptide as neurohormones in lobsters:  Actions on neuromuscular preparations and preliminary behavioral studies.  In J. Exp. Biol. Symp.:  Neurotransmission, Neurotransmitters and Neuromodulators.  89: 159-176 (1980).

8.  Schwarz, T.L., R.M. Harris-Warrick, S.G. Glusman and E.A. Kravitz.  A peptide action in a lobster neuromuscular preparation.  J. Neurobiol. 11: 623-628 (1980).

7.  Livingstone, M., R.M. Harris-Warrick and E.A. Kravitz.  Octopamine and serotonin produce opposite postures in lobsters.  Science 208: 76-79 (1980).

6.  Harris-Warrick, R.M., M. Bothwell and E.M. Shooter.  Subunit interactions of 7S Nerve Growth Factor regulating the binding of NGF to receptors on embryonic chick sensory neurons.  J. Biol. Chem., 255: 11284-11289 (1980).

5.  Sutter, A., R.J. Riopelle, R.M. Harris-Warrick and E.M. Shooter.  The heterogeneity of Nerve Growth Factor receptors.  In Transmembrane Signalling (The proceedings of the ICN-UCLA symposium), Alan R. Liss Inc., New York, pp. 659-667 (1979).

4.  Sutter, A., R.J. Riopelle, R.M. Harris-Warrick and E.M. Shooter.  Nerve Growth Factor.  Characterization of two distinct classes of binding sites on chick embryo sensory ganglion cells.  J. Biol. Chem. 254: 5972-5982 (1979).

3.  Harris-Warrick, R.M. and J. Lederberg.  Interspecies transformation in Bacillus.  II. The mechanism of heterologous intergenote transformation.  J. Bact. 133: 1246-1254 (1978).

2.  Harris-Warrick, R.M. and J. Lederberg.  Interspecies transformation in Bacillus.  I. Sequence heterology as the major barrier.  J. Bact. 133: 1237-1245 (1978).

1.  Harris-Warrick, R.M., U. Elkana, S.D. Ehrlich and J. Lederberg.  Electrophoretic separation of Bacillus subtilis genes.  PNAS (USA) 72: 2207-2211 (1975).