CJ Heckman
CJ Heckman
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Persistent inward currents in motoneuron dendrites: implications for motor output
CJ Heckman, MA Gorassini, DJ Bennett
Muscle & Nerve: Official Journal of the American Association of …, 2005
3512005
Recovery of motoneuron and locomotor function after spinal cord injury depends on constitutive activity in 5-HT 2C receptors
KC Murray, A Nakae, MJ Stephens, M Rank, J D'amico, PJ Harvey, X Li, ...
Nature medicine 16 (6), 694-700, 2010
3272010
Bistability in spinal motoneurons in vivo: systematic variations in persistent inward currents
RH Lee, CJ Heckman
Journal of neurophysiology 80 (2), 583-593, 1998
2711998
Motor unit
CJ Heckman, RM Enoka
Comprehensive physiology 2 (4), 2629-2682, 2012
2432012
Adjustable amplification of synaptic input in the dendrites of spinal motoneurons in vivo
RH Lee, CJ Heckman
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (17), 6734-6740, 2000
2272000
Hyperexcitable dendrites in motoneurons and their neuromodulatory control during motor behavior
CJ Heckman, RH Lee, RM Brownstone
Trends in neurosciences 26 (12), 688-695, 2003
2252003
Bistability in spinal motoneurons in vivo: systematic variations in rhythmic firing patterns
RH Lee, CJ Heckman
Journal of neurophysiology 80 (2), 572-582, 1998
2241998
Increased persistent Na+ current and its effect on excitability in motoneurones cultured from mutant SOD1 mice
JJ Kuo, T Siddique, R Fu, CJ Heckman
The Journal of physiology 563 (3), 843-854, 2005
2182005
The physiological control of motoneuron activity
MD Binder, CJ Heckman, RK Powers
Comprehensive physiology, 3-53, 2010
2152010
Hyperexcitability of cultured spinal motoneurons from presymptomatic ALS mice
JJ Kuo, M Schonewille, T Siddique, ANA Schults, R Fu, PR Bär, R Anelli, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 91 (1), 571-575, 2004
1822004
Persistent inward currents in spinal motoneurons and their influence on human motoneuron firing patterns
CJ Heckman, M Johnson, C Mottram, J Schuster
The Neuroscientist 14 (3), 264-275, 2008
1802008
Motoneuron excitability: the importance of neuromodulatory inputs
CJ Heckman, C Mottram, K Quinlan, R Theiss, J Schuster
Clinical Neurophysiology 120 (12), 2040-2054, 2009
1662009
Motor neuron rescue in spinal muscular atrophy mice demonstrates that sensory-motor defects are a consequence, not a cause, of motor neuron dysfunction
RG Gogliotti, KA Quinlan, CB Barlow, CR Heier, CJ Heckman, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (11), 3818-3829, 2012
1472012
Computer simulation of the steady-state input-output function of the cat medial gastrocnemius motoneuron pool
CJ Heckman, MD Binder
Journal of neurophysiology 65 (4), 952-967, 1991
1391991
Influence of voltage-sensitive dendritic conductances on bistable firing and effective synaptic current in cat spinal motoneurons in vivo
RH Lee, CJ Heckman
Journal of neurophysiology 76 (3), 2107-2110, 1996
1371996
Essential role of a fast persistent inward current in action potential initiation and control of rhythmic firing
RH Lee, CJ Heckman
Journal of neurophysiology 85 (1), 472-475, 2001
1332001
Essential role of the persistent sodium current in spike initiation during slowly rising inputs in mouse spinal neurones
JJ Kuo, RH Lee, L Zhang, CJ Heckman
The Journal of physiology 574 (3), 819-834, 2006
1312006
Analysis of effective synaptic currents generated by homonymous Ia afferent fibers in motoneurons of the cat
CJ Heckman, MD Binder
Journal of neurophysiology 60 (6), 1946-1966, 1988
1311988
Enhancement of Bistability in Spinal Motoneurons In Vivo by the Noradrenergic α1 Agonist Methoxamine
RH Lee, CJ Heckman
Journal of neurophysiology 81 (5), 2164-2174, 1999
1271999
Motoneuron Excitability and Muscle Spasms Are Regulated by 5-HT2B and 5-HT2C Receptor Activity
KC Murray, MJ Stephens, EW Ballou, CJ Heckman, DJ Bennett
Journal of neurophysiology 105 (2), 731-748, 2011
1172011
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