Tudóstér: Wolf Ervin publikációi

feltöltött közlemény: 23 Open Access: 7
  1. Ritok, A., Kiss, P., Zaher, A., Wolf, E., Ducza, L., Bácskai, T., Matesz, K., Gaál, B.: Distribution and postnatal development of chondroitin sulfate proteoglycans in the perineuronal nets of cholinergic motoneurons innervating extraocular muscles.
    Sci. Rep. 12 (1), 21606, 2022.
    D1 Multidisciplinary
  2. Magyar, Á., Rácz, É., Matesz, K., Wolf, E., Kiss, P., Gaál, B.: Lesion-induced changes of brevican expression in the perineuronal net of the superior vestibular nucleus.
    Neural Regen. Res. 17 (3), 649-654, 2022.
    Q2 Developmental Neuroscience
  1. Somogyi, A., Wolf, E.: Increased Signal Delays ad Unaltered Synaptic Input Pattern Recognitio in Layer III Neocortical Pyramidal Neurons of the rTg4510 Mouse Model of Tauopathy: a Computer Simulation Study With Passive Membrane.
    Front. Neurosci. 15 721773, 2021.
    Q2 Neuroscience (miscellaneous)
  1. Somogyi, A., Katonai, Z., Alpár, A., Wolf, E.: A novel form of compensation in the Tg2576 amyloid mouse model of Alzheimer disease.
    Front. Cell. Neurosci. 10 (152), [38], 2016.
    Q1 Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience
  1. Wolf, E.: Computational neuroscience approaches to motor control: control of swimming in the young tadpole of the Xenopus laevis.
    In: Motor functions of the spinal cord. Eds.: Birinyi A, Transworld Research Network, Kerala, India, 31, 2012. ISBN: 9788178955124
  2. Albert, R., Vásárhelyi, G., Bodó, G., Kenyeres, A., Wolf, E., Papp, T., Terdik, T., Módis, L., Felszeghy, S.: Computer-assisted microscopic analysis of bone tissue developed inside a polyactive polymer implanted into an equine articular surface.
    Histol. Histopath. 27 (9), 1203-1209, 2012.
    Q1 Histology
    Q1 Pathology and Forensic Medicine
  3. Stelescu, A., Sümegi, J., Wéber, I., Birinyi, A., Wolf, E.: Somato-dendritic morphology and dendritic signal transfer properties differentiate between fore- and hindlimb innervating motoneurons in the frog Rana esculenta.
    BMC Neurosci. 13 (1), 68, 2012.
    Q2 Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience
    Q1 Neuroscience (miscellaneous)
  1. Wolf, E., Soffe, S., Roberts, A.: Longitudinal neuronal organization and coordination in a simple vertebrate: a continuous, semi-quantitative computer model of the central pattern generator for swimming in young frog tadpoles.
    J. Comput Neurosci. 27 (2), 291-308, 2009.
    Q3 Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience
    Q2 Cognitive Neuroscience
    Q2 Sensory Systems
  1. Roberts, A., Li, W., Soffe, S., Wolf, E.: Origin of excitatory drive to a spinal locomotor network.
    Brain Res. Rev. 57 (1), 22-28, 2008.
    D1 Neurology (clinical)
    D1 Neuroscience (miscellaneous)
  1. Halasi, G., Wolf, E., Bácskai, T., Székely, G., Módis, L., Máthéné Szigeti, Z., Mészár, Z., Felszeghy, S., Matesz, K.: The effect of vestibular nerve section on the expression of the hyaluronan in the frog, Rana esculenta.
    Brain Struct. Funct. 212 (3-4), 321-334, 2007.
    Q2 Anatomy
    Q2 Histology
    Q3 Neuroscience (miscellaneous)
  1. Li, W., Wolf, E., Soffe, S., Roberts, A.: Persistent responses to brief stimuli: feedback excitation among brainstem neurons.
    J. Neurosci. 26 (15), 4026-4035, 2006.
    D1 Neuroscience (miscellaneous)
  1. Zhao, F., Burton, G., Wolf, E., Roberts, A.: Asymmetries in sensory pathways from skin motoneurons on each side of the body determine the direction of an avoidance response in hatchling Xenopus tadpoles.
    J. Physiol.-London. 506 ((Pt2)), 471-487, 1998.
  2. Roberts, A., Soffe, S., Wolf, E., Yoshida, M., Zhao, F.: Central circuits controlling locomotion in young frog tadpoles.
    Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci. 860 19-34, 1998.
  3. Zhao, F., Wolf, E., Roberts, A.: Longitudinal disribution of components of excitatory input to motoneurones during swimming in young Xenopus tadpoles: experiments with antagonists.
    J. Physiol.-London. 511 ((Pt3)), 887-901, 1998.
  4. Wolf, E., Zhao, F., Roberts, A.: Non-linear summation of excitatory synaptic inputs to small neurons: a case study in spinal motoneurones of the young Xenopus tadpole.
    J. Physiol.-London. 511 ((Pt3)), 871-886, 1998.
  1. Wolf, E., Birinyi, A., Puskár, Z.: Morphometric descriptors and cable modelling of dendritic arborizations based on 3-dimensional reconstructions.
    Acta Biol. Hung. 47 (1-4), 427-439, 1996.
  1. Wolf, E., Birinyi, A., Pomaházi, S.: A fast 3-dimensional neuronal tree reconstruction system that uses cubic polynomials to estimate dendritic curvature.
    J. Neurosci. Methods. 63 (1-2), 137-145, 1995.
  2. Roberts, A., Tunstall, M., Wolf, E.: Properties of networks controlling locomotion and significance of voltage dependency of NMDA channels: simulation study of rhythm generation sustained by positive feedback.
    J. Neurophysiol. 73 (2), 485-495, 1995.
  3. Wolf, E., Roberts, A.: The influence of premotor interneurone populations on the frequency of the spinal pattern generator for swimming in Xenopus embryo: a simulation study.
    Eur. J. Neurosci. 7 (4), 671-678, 1995.
  1. Wolf, E., Birinyi, A., Székely, G.: Simulation of the effect of synapses: the significance of the dendritic diameter in impulse propagation.
    Eur. J. Neurosci. 4 (11), 1013-1021, 1992.
  2. Birinyi, A., Antal, M., Wolf, E., Székely, G.: The extent of the dendritic tree and the number of synapses in the frog motoneuron.
    Eur. J. Neurosci. 4 (11), 1003-1012, 1992.
  1. Wolf, E., Nagy, I.: A theoretical study on the quantitative analysis of spatial distribution of synaptic sites in primary afferent boutons.
    Acta Stereol. 8 (2), 445-450, 1989.
  2. Székely, G., Nagy, I., Wolf, E., Nagy, P.: Spatial distribution of pre- and postsynaptic sites of primary afferent cutaneous terminals in the frog spinal cord.
    Neuroscience. 29 (1), 175-188, 1989.
feltöltött közlemény: 23 Open Access: 7
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