Abraham J. Susswein
Abraham J. Susswein
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Comparative neuroethology of feeding control in molluscs
CJH Elliott, AJ Susswein
Journal of Experimental Biology 205 (7), 877-896, 2002
Long-term memory requires polyADP-ribosylation
M Cohen-Armon, L Visochek, A Katzoff, D Levitan, AJ Susswein, R Klein, ...
Science 304 (5678), 1820-1822, 2004
Nitric oxide and memory
AJ Susswein, A Katzoff, N Miller, I Hurwitz
The Neuroscientist 10 (2), 153-162, 2004
Activity patterns of the B31/B32 pattern initiators innervating the I2 muscle of the buccal mass during normal feeding movements in Aplysia californica
I Hurwitz, D Neustadter, DW Morton, HJ Chiel, AJ Susswein
Journal of Neurophysiology 75 (4), 1309-1326, 1996
Identification and characterization of neurons initiating patterned neural activity in the buccal ganglia of Aplysia
AJ Susswein, JH Byrne
Journal of Neuroscience 8 (6), 2049-2061, 1988
Functional role of serotonergic neuromodulation in Aplysia.
I Kupfermann, JL Cohen, DE Mandelbaum, M Schonberg, AJ Susswein, ...
Federation Proceedings 38 (7), 2095-2102, 1979
The effects of food arousal on the latency of biting inAplysia
AJ Susswein, KR Weiss, I Kupfermann
Journal of Comparative Physiology 123, 31-41, 1978
Learned changes of feeding behavior in Aplysia in response to edible and inedible foods
AJ Susswein, M Schwarz, E Feldman
Journal of Neuroscience 6 (5), 1513-1527, 1986
The stimulus control of biting inAplysia
AJ Susswein, I Kupfermann, KR Weiss
Journal of Comparative Physiology 108, 75-96, 1976
Different Roles of Neurons B63 and B34 That Are Active During the Protraction Phase of Buccal Motor Programs in Aplysia californica
I Hurwitz, I Kupfermann, AJ Susswein
Journal of Neurophysiology 78 (3), 1305-1319, 1997
B64, a newly identified central pattern generator element producing a phase switch from protraction to retraction in buccal motor programs of Aplysia californica
I Hurwitz, AJ Susswein
Journal of Neurophysiology 75 (4), 1327-1344, 1996
Nitric oxide is necessary for multiple memory processes after learning that a food is inedible in Aplysia
A Katzoff, T Ben-Gedalya, AJ Susswein
Journal of Neuroscience 22 (21), 9581-9594, 2002
Autaptic excitation elicits persistent activity and a plateau potential in a neuron of known behavioral function
R Saada, N Miller, I Hurwitz, AJ Susswein
Current Biology 19 (6), 479-484, 2009
Circadian modulation of complex learning in diurnal and nocturnal Aplysia
LC Lyons, O Rawashdeh, A Katzoff, AJ Susswein, A Eskin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (35), 12589-12594, 2005
Properties of vestibular neurones projecting to neck segments of the cat spinal cord
S Rapoport, A Susswein, Y Uchino, VJ Wilson
The Journal of physiology 268 (2), 493-510, 1977
Behavioral patterns of Aplysia fasciata along the Mediterranean coast of Israel
AJ Susswein, S Gev, Y Achituv, S Markovich
Behavioral and neural biology 41 (1), 7-22, 1984
Compartmentalization of pattern-initiation and motor functions in the B31 and B32 neurons of the buccal ganglia of Aplysia californica
I Hurwitz, RS Goldstein, AJ Susswein
Journal of Neurophysiology 71 (4), 1514-1527, 1994
A learned change of response to inedible food in Aplysia
AJ Susswein, M Schwarz
Behavioral and neural biology 39 (1), 1-6, 1983
Synaptic actions of individual vestibular neurones on cat neck motoneurones
S Rapoport, A Susswein, Y Uchino, VJ Wilson
The Journal of Physiology 272 (2), 367-382, 1977
Bulk as a stimulus for satiation in Aplysia
AJ Susswein, I Kupfermann
Behavioral biology 13 (2), 203-209, 1975
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