A citation-based method for searching scientific literature




C Scharff, J R Kirn, M Grossman, J D Macklis, F Nottebohm. Neuron 2000
Times Cited: 211




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Accelerated redevelopment of vocal skills is preceded by lasting reorganization of the song motor circuitry.
Michiel Vellema, Mariana Diales Rocha, Sabrina Bascones, Sándor Zsebők, Jes Dreier, Stefan Leitner, Annemie Van der Linden, Jonathan Brewer, Manfred Gahr. Elife 2019
6

Morphological characterization of HVC projection neurons in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata).
Sam E Benezra, Rajeevan T Narayanan, Robert Egger, Marcel Oberlaender, Michael A Long. J Comp Neurol 2018
7

EM connectomics reveals axonal target variation in a sequence-generating network.
Jörgen Kornfeld, Sam E Benezra, Rajeevan T Narayanan, Fabian Svara, Robert Egger, Marcel Oberlaender, Winfried Denk, Michael A Long. Elife 2017
34

Rhythmic Continuous-Time Coding in the Songbird Analog of Vocal Motor Cortex.
Galen F Lynch, Tatsuo S Okubo, Alexander Hanuschkin, Richard H R Hahnloser, Michale S Fee. Neuron 2016
50



Auditory-vocal mirroring in songbirds.
Richard Mooney. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2014
29


The zebra finch paradox: song is little changed, but number of neurons doubles.
Clare Walton, Eben Pariser, Fernando Nottebohm. J Neurosci 2012
41


Rapid spine stabilization and synaptic enhancement at the onset of behavioural learning.
Todd F Roberts, Katherine A Tschida, Marguerita E Klein, Richard Mooney. Nature 2010
197

Support for a synaptic chain model of neuronal sequence generation.
Michael A Long, Dezhe Z Jin, Michale S Fee. Nature 2010
229

Inhibition and recurrent excitation in a computational model of sparse bursting in song nucleus HVC.
Leif Gibb, Timothy Q Gentner, Henry D I Abarbanel. J Neurophysiol 2009
32

Neural mechanisms for learned birdsong.
Richard Mooney. Learn Mem 2009
119

HVC interneurons are not renewed in adult male zebra finches.
Sophie Scotto-Lomassese, Christelle Rochefort, Arpenik Nshdejan, Constance Scharff. Eur J Neurosci 2007
38