Lionel G Nowak
Lionel G Nowak
CerCo, UMR 5549, CNRS-Université Toulouse, TMBI (Univ. Toulouse)
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Axons, but not cell bodies, are activated by electrical stimulation in cortical gray matter I. Evidence from chronaxie measurements
LG Nowak, J Bullier
Experimental brain research 118 (4), 477-488, 1998
4571998
The timing of information transfer in the visual system
LG Nowak, J Bullier
Extrastriate cortex in primates, 205-241, 1997
4391997
Electrophysiological classes of cat primary visual cortical neurons in vivo as revealed by quantitative analyses
LG Nowak, R Azouz, MV Sanchez-Vives, CM Gray, DA McCormick
Journal of neurophysiology 89 (3), 1541-1566, 2003
3522003
Cellular mechanisms of long-lasting adaptation in visual cortical neurons in vitro
MV Sanchez-Vives, LG Nowak, DA McCormick
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (11), 4286-4299, 2000
3392000
Visual latencies in areas V1 and V2 of the macaque monkey
LG Nowak, MHJ Munk, P Girard, J Bullier
Visual neuroscience 12 (2), 371-384, 1995
3231995
Membrane Mechanisms Underlying Contrast Adaptation in Cat Area 17In Vivo
MV Sanchez-Vives, LG Nowak, DA McCormick
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (11), 4267-4285, 2000
3202000
Axons, but not cell bodies, are activated by electrical stimulation in cortical gray matter II. Evidence from selective inactivation of cell bodies and axon initial segments
LG Nowak, J Bullier
Experimental brain research 118 (4), 489-500, 1998
2951998
Influence of low and high frequency inputs on spike timing in visual cortical neurons.
LG Nowak, MV Sanchez-Vives, DA McCormick
Cerebral cortex (New York, NY: 1991) 7 (6), 487-501, 1997
2711997
Parallel versus serial processing: new vistas on the distributed organization of the visual system
J Bullier, LG Nowak
Current opinion in neurobiology 5 (4), 497-503, 1995
2201995
Ionic mechanisms underlying repetitive high-frequency burst firing in supragranular cortical neurons
JC Brumberg, LG Nowak, DA McCormick
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (13), 4829-4843, 2000
1972000
Structural basis of cortical synchronization. I. Three types of interhemispheric coupling
LG Nowak, MH Munk, JI Nelson, AC James, J Bullier
Journal of Neurophysiology 74 (6), 2379-2400, 1995
1791995
Physiological properties of inhibitory interneurons in cat striate cortex.
R Azouz, CM Gray, LG Nowak, DA McCormick
Cerebral cortex (New York, NY: 1991) 7 (6), 534-545, 1997
1611997
Structural basis of cortical synchronization. II. Effects of cortical lesions
MH Munk, LG Nowak, JI Nelson, J Bullier
Journal of Neurophysiology 74 (6), 2401-2414, 1995
931995
Lack of orientation and direction selectivity in a subgroup of fast-spiking inhibitory interneurons: cellular and synaptic mechanisms and comparison with other …
LG Nowak, MV Sanchez-Vives, DA McCormick
Cerebral Cortex 18 (5), 1058-1078, 2007
922007
Parylene-based flexible neural probes with PEDOT coated surface for brain stimulation and recording
V Castagnola, E Descamps, A Lecestre, L Dahan, J Remaud, LG Nowak, ...
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 67, 450-457, 2015
832015
Cross-correlation study of the temporal interactions between areas V1 and V2 of the macaque monkey
LG Nowak, MHJ Munk, AC James, P Girard, J Bullier
Journal of Neurophysiology 81 (3), 1057-1074, 1999
801999
Spread of stimulating current in the cortical grey matter of rat visual cortex studied on a new in vitro slice preparation
LG Nowak, J Bullier
Journal of neuroscience methods 67 (2), 237-248, 1996
791996
Impact of cortical network activity on short-term synaptic depression
R Reig, R Gallego, LG Nowak, MV Sanchez-Vives
Cerebral Cortex 16 (5), 688-695, 2005
732005
Visual latencies in cytochrome oxidase bands of macaque area V2
MH Munk, LG Nowak, P Girard, N Chounlamountri, J Bullier
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 92 (4), 988-992, 1995
601995
Slow adaptation in fast-spiking neurons of visual cortex
VF Descalzo, LG Nowak, JC Brumberg, DA McCormick, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 93 (2), 1111-1118, 2005
512005
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