Motoharu Yoshida
Motoharu Yoshida
LIN/DZNE Magdeburg
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mGluR‐dependent persistent firing in entorhinal cortex layer III neurons
M Yoshida, E FransÚn, ME Hasselmo
European Journal of Neuroscience 28 (6), 1116-1126, 2008
Persistent firing supported by an intrinsic cellular mechanism in a component of the head direction system
M Yoshida, ME Hasselmo
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (15), 4945-4952, 2009
Cell-type–specific modulation of intrinsic firing properties and subthreshold membrane oscillations by the M (Kv7)-current in neurons of the entorhinal cortex
M Yoshida, A Alonso
Journal of neurophysiology 98 (5), 2779-2794, 2007
Evaluation of the oscillatory interference model of grid cell firing through analysis and measured period variance of some biological oscillators
EA Zilli, M Yoshida, B Tahvildari, LM Giocomo, ME Hasselmo
PLoS computational biology 5 (11), e1000573, 2009
Long‐lasting intrinsic persistent firing in rat CA1 pyramidal cells: A possible mechanism for active maintenance of memory
B Knauer, A Jochems, MJ Valero‐Aracama, M Yoshida
Hippocampus 23 (9), 820-831, 2013
Frequency of subthreshold oscillations at different membrane potential voltages in neurons at different anatomical positions on the dorsoventral axis in the rat medialá…
M Yoshida, LM Giocomo, I Boardman, ME Hasselmo
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (35), 12683-12694, 2011
Cellular dynamical mechanisms for encoding the time and place of events along spatiotemporal trajectories in episodic memory
ME Hasselmo, LM Giocomo, MP Brandon, M Yoshida
Behavioural brain research 215 (2), 261-274, 2010
Persistent firing supported by an intrinsic cellular mechanism in hippocampal CA 3 pyramidal cells
A Jochems, M Yoshida
European Journal of Neuroscience 38 (2), 2250-2259, 2013
Stochastic resonance in the hippocampal CA3–CA1 model: a possible memory recall mechanism
M Yoshida, H Hayashi, K Tateno, S Ishizuka
Neural Networks 15 (10), 1171-1183, 2002
Cholinergic modulation of the CAN current may adjust neural dynamics for active memory maintenance, spatial navigation and time-compressed replay
M Yoshida, B Knauer, A Jochems
Frontiers in neural circuits 6, 10, 2012
A phase code for memory could arise from circuit mechanisms in entorhinal cortex
ME Hasselmo, MP Brandon, M Yoshida, LM Giocomo, JG Heys, ...
Neural Networks 22 (8), 1129-1138, 2009
Spatial information is preferentially processed by the distal part of CA3: implication for memory retrieval
V Flasbeck, E Atucha, NH Nakamura, M Yoshida, MM Sauvage
Behavioural brain research 354, 31-38, 2018
Emergence of sequence sensitivity in a hippocampal CA3–CA1 model
M Yoshida, H Hayashi
Neural Networks 20 (6), 653-667, 2007
Cholinergic receptor activation supports persistent firing in layer III neurons in the medial entorhinal cortex
A Jochems, A Reboreda, ME Hasselmo, M Yoshida
Behavioural brain research 254, 108-115, 2013
Comparison of properties of medial entorhinal cortex layer II neurons in two anatomical dimensions with and without cholinergic activation
M Yoshida, A Jochems, ME Hasselmo
PLoS One 8 (9), e73904, 2013
Regional specific evidence for memory-load dependent activity in the dorsal subiculum and the lateral entorhinal cortex
S Ku, NH Nakamura, N Maingret, L Mahnke, M Yoshida, MM Sauvage
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 11, 51, 2017
Environmental enrichment modulates intrinsic cellular excitability of hippocampal CA1 pyramidal cells in a housing duration and anatomical location-dependent manner
MJ Valero-Aracama, MM Sauvage, M Yoshida
Behavioural Brain Research 292, 209-218, 2015
Transition between encoding and consolidation/replay dynamics via cholinergic modulation of CAN current: a modeling study
V Saravanan, D Arabali, A Jochems, AX Cui, L Gootjes‐Dreesbach, ...
Hippocampus 25 (9), 1052-1070, 2015
Low‐frequency summation of synaptically activated transient receptor potential channel‐mediated depolarizations
ME Petersson, M Yoshida, EA FransÚn
European Journal of Neuroscience 34 (4), 578-593, 2011
Regulation of spontaneous rhythmic activity and organization of pacemakers as memory traces by spike-timing-dependent synaptic plasticity in a hippocampal model
M Yoshida, H Hayashi
Physical Review E 69 (1), 011910, 2004
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