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Koldaeva, A., Zhang, C., Huang, Y.-P., Reinert, J., Mizuno, S., Sugiyama, F., Takahashi, S., Soliman, T., Matsunami, H., and Fukunaga, I. (2021). Generation and characterisation of a cell-type specific, inducible Cre-driver line to study olfactory processing. Journal of Neuroscience 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ackels, T., Erskine, A., Dasgupta, D., Marin, A.C., Warner, T.P.A., Tootoonian, S., Fukunaga, I., Harris, J.J., and Schaefer, A.T. (2021). Fast odour dynamics are encoded in the olfactory system and guide behaviour. Nature

 

 

 

Ackels T, Jordan R, Schaefer AT, Fukunaga I. (2020). Respiration-locking of olfactory receptor and projection neurons in the mouse olfactory bulb and its modulation by brain state. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience; 14, 220

 

 

Koldaeva A, Schaefer AT, Fukunaga I. (2019). Rapid task-dependent tuning of the mouse olfactory bulb. eLife; 8:e43558

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Jordan R, Fukunaga I, Kollo M, Schaefer AT. (2018) Active Sampling State Dynamically Enhances Olfactory Bulb Odor Representation. Neuron; 98(6):1214-28.e5.

 

 

Lissek T, Adams M, Adelman J, Ahissar E, Akaaboune M, Akil H, et al. (2017) Building Bridges through Science. Neuron ;96(4):730-5.

 

Steinfeld R, Herb Jan T, Sprengel R, Schaefer Andreas T, Fukunaga I (2015) Divergent innervation of the olfactory bulb by distinct raphe nuclei. Journal of Comparative Neurology;523(5):805-13.

 

Fukunaga I, Herb JT, Kollo M, Boyden ES, Schaefer AT. (2014) Independent control of gamma and theta activity by distinct interneuron networks in the olfactory bulb. Nature Neuroscience;17:1208.

 

Kollo M, Schmaltz A, Abdelhamid M, Fukunaga I, Schaefer AT. (2014) “Silent” mitral cells dominate odor responses in the olfactory bulb of awake mice. Nature Neuroscience;17:1313.

 

Fukunaga I, Berning M, Kollo M, Schmaltz A, Schaefer Andreas T. (2012) Two Distinct Channels of Olfactory Bulb Output. Neuron;75(2):320-9.

 

Abraham NM, Egger V, Shimshek DR, Renden R, Fukunaga I, Sprengel R, et al. (2010) Synaptic Inhibition in the Olfactory Bulb Accelerates Odor Discrimination in Mice. Neuron;65(3):399-411.