SA Prescott
SA Prescott
Associate Professor, University of Toronto; Senior Scientist, Hospital for Sick Children
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Trans-synaptic shift in anion gradient in spinal lamina I neurons as a mechanism of neuropathic pain
JAM Coull, D Boudreau, K Bachand, SA Prescott, F Nault, A Sík, ...
Nature 424 (6951), 938, 2003
9512003
Gain control of firing rate by shunting inhibition: roles of synaptic noise and dendritic saturation
SA Prescott, Y De Koninck
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (4), 2076-2081, 2003
2292003
Chloride regulation in the pain pathway
TJ Price, F Cervero, MS Gold, DL Hammond, SA Prescott
Brain research reviews 60 (1), 149-170, 2009
1952009
Biophysical basis for three distinct dynamical mechanisms of action potential initiation
SA Prescott, Y De Koninck, TJ Sejnowski
PLoS computational biology 4 (10), e1000198, 2008
1812008
Four cell types with distinctive membrane properties and morphologies in lamina I of the spinal dorsal horn of the adult rat
SA Prescott, YD Koninck
The Journal of physiology 539 (3), 817-836, 2002
1702002
Pyramidal neurons switch from integrators in vitro to resonators under in vivo-like conditions
SA Prescott, S Ratté, Y De Koninck, TJ Sejnowski
Journal of neurophysiology 100 (6), 3030-3042, 2008
1462008
Nonlinear interaction between shunting and adaptation controls a switch between integration and coincidence detection in pyramidal neurons
SA Prescott, S Ratté, Y De Koninck, TJ Sejnowski
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (36), 9084-9097, 2006
1212006
Spike-rate coding and spike-time coding are affected oppositely by different adaptation mechanisms
SA Prescott, TJ Sejnowski
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (50), 13649-13661, 2008
1122008
Normal and abnormal coding of somatosensory stimuli causing pain
SA Prescott, Q Ma, Y De Koninck
Nature neuroscience 17 (2), 183, 2014
1082014
Reduction of anion reversal potential subverts the inhibitory control of firing rate in spinal lamina I neurons: towards a biophysical basis for neuropathic pain
SA Prescott, TJ Sejnowski, Y De Koninck
Molecular pain 2 (1), 32, 2006
1062006
Impact of neuronal properties on network coding: roles of spike initiation dynamics and robust synchrony transfer
S Ratté, S Hong, E De Schutter, SA Prescott
Neuron 78 (5), 758-772, 2013
1032013
Efficacy of synaptic inhibition depends on multiple, dynamically interacting mechanisms implicated in chloride homeostasis
N Doyon, SA Prescott, A Castonguay, AG Godin, H Kröger, Y De Koninck
PLoS computational biology 7 (9), e1002149, 2011
952011
Chloride regulation: a dynamic equilibrium crucial for synaptic inhibition
N Doyon, L Vinay, SA Prescott, Y De Koninck
Neuron 89 (6), 1157-1172, 2016
782016
Imbalance of ionic conductances contributes to diverse symptoms of demyelination
JS Coggan, SA Prescott, TM Bartol, TJ Sejnowski
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (48), 20602-20609, 2010
672010
Integration time in a subset of spinal lamina I neurons is lengthened by sodium and calcium currents acting synergistically to prolong subthreshold depolarization
SA Prescott, Y De Koninck
Journal of Neuroscience 25 (19), 4743-4754, 2005
642005
Interactions between depression and facilitation within neural networks: updating the dual-process theory of plasticity
SA Prescott
Learning & memory 5 (6), 446-466, 1998
611998
Single neuron firing properties impact correlation-based population coding
S Hong, S Ratté, SA Prescott, E De Schutter
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (4), 1413-1428, 2012
532012
ClC-2 channels regulate neuronal excitability, not intracellular chloride levels
S Ratté, SA Prescott
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (44), 15838-15843, 2011
502011
Pain processing by spinal microcircuits: afferent combinatorics
SA Prescott, S Ratté
Current opinion in neurobiology 22 (4), 631-639, 2012
352012
Criticality and degeneracy in injury-induced changes in primary afferent excitability and the implications for neuropathic pain
S Ratté, Y Zhu, KY Lee, SA Prescott
Elife 3, e02370, 2014
332014
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