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List of co-cited articles
540 articles co-cited >1



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M-like K+ currents in type I hair cells and calyx afferent endings of the developing rat utricle.
Karen M Hurley, Sophie Gaboyard, Meng Zhong, Steven D Price, Julian R A Wooltorton, Anna Lysakowski, Ruth Anne Eatock. J Neurosci 2006
72
31


KCNQ4, a K+ channel mutated in a form of dominant deafness, is expressed in the inner ear and the central auditory pathway.
T Kharkovets, J P Hardelin, S Safieddine, M Schweizer, A El-Amraoui, C Petit, T J Jentsch. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2000
301
28

Voltage-dependent currents in isolated vestibular afferent calyx terminals.
Katherine J Rennie, Michele A Streeter. J Neurophysiol 2006
48
39

Potassium accumulation between type I hair cells and calyx terminals in mouse crista.
Rebecca Lim, Angela E Kindig, Scott W Donne, Robert J Callister, Alan M Brichta. Exp Brain Res 2011
48
39

Quantal and nonquantal transmission in calyx-bearing fibers of the turtle posterior crista.
Joseph C Holt, Shilpa Chatlani, Anna Lysakowski, Jay M Goldberg. J Neurophysiol 2007
42
42


Voltage-gated calcium channel currents in type I and type II hair cells isolated from the rat crista.
Hong Bao, Weng Hoe Wong, Jay M Goldberg, Ruth Anne Eatock. J Neurophysiol 2003
63
26




Regional analysis of whole cell currents from hair cells of the turtle posterior crista.
Alan M Brichta, Anne Aubert, Ruth Anne Eatock, Jay M Goldberg. J Neurophysiol 2002
45
33


Molecular microdomains in a sensory terminal, the vestibular calyx ending.
Anna Lysakowski, Sophie Gaboyard-Niay, Irina Calin-Jageman, Shilpa Chatlani, Steven D Price, Ruth Anne Eatock. J Neurosci 2011
84
20

Electrical filtering in gerbil isolated type I semicircular canal hair cells.
K J Rennie, A J Ricci, M J Correia. J Neurophysiol 1996
35
37




AMPA type glutamate receptor mediates neurotransmission at turtle vestibular calyx synapse.
Jérémie Bonsacquet, Aurore Brugeaud, Vincent Compan, Gilles Desmadryl, Christian Chabbert. J Physiol 2006
33
39





KCNQ2 and KCNQ3 potassium channel subunits: molecular correlates of the M-channel.
H S Wang, Z Pan, W Shi, B S Brown, R S Wymore, I S Cohen, J E Dixon, D McKinnon. Science 1998
930
16

Membrane properties of chick semicircular canal hair cells in situ during embryonic development.
S Masetto, P Perin, A Malusà, G Zucca, P Valli. J Neurophysiol 2000
32
34

Vestibular hair cells and afferents: two channels for head motion signals.
Ruth Anne Eatock, Jocelyn E Songer. Annu Rev Neurosci 2011
134
16






Effects of KCNQ channel blockers on K(+) currents in vestibular hair cells.
K J Rennie, T Weng, M J Correia. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol 2001
34
29

Developmental changes in two voltage-dependent sodium currents in utricular hair cells.
Julian R A Wooltorton, Sophie Gaboyard, Karen M Hurley, Steven D Price, Jasmine L Garcia, Meng Zhong, Anna Lysakowski, Ruth Anne Eatock. J Neurophysiol 2007
47
21

Tuning and timing in mammalian type I hair cells and calyceal synapses.
Jocelyn E Songer, Ruth Anne Eatock. J Neurosci 2013
69
14






Comparative morphology of rodent vestibular periphery. II. Cristae ampullares.
Sapan S Desai, Hussain Ali, Anna Lysakowski. J Neurophysiol 2005
75
13

Ion channels in mammalian vestibular afferents may set regularity of firing.
Ruth Anne Eatock, Jingbing Xue, Radha Kalluri. J Exp Biol 2008
46
19

Low-voltage-activated potassium channels underlie the regulation of intrinsic firing properties of rat vestibular ganglion cells.
Shinichi Iwasaki, Yasuhiro Chihara, Yukari Komuta, Ken Ito, Yoshinori Sahara. J Neurophysiol 2008
46
19

Ion channels set spike timing regularity of mammalian vestibular afferent neurons.
Radha Kalluri, Jingbing Xue, Ruth Anne Eatock. J Neurophysiol 2010
58
15


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.