Ian M. Stanford
Ian M. Stanford
Professor of Neuroscience, Aston University, UK
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A mechanism for generation of long-range synchronous fast oscillations in the cortex
RD Traub, MA Whittington, IM Stanford, JGR Jefferys
Nature 383 (6601), 621-624, 1996
Spatiotemporal patterns of γ frequency oscillations tetanically induced in the rat hippocampal slice
MA Whittington, IM Stanford, SB Colling, JGR Jefferys, RD Traub
The Journal of Physiology 502 (3), 591-607, 1997
Electrophysiological and morphological characteristics of three subtypes of rat globus pallidus neurone in vitro
AJ Cooper, IM Stanford
The Journal of physiology 527 (2), 291-304, 2000
Recurrent excitatory postsynaptic potentials induced by synchronized fast cortical oscillations
MA Whittington, RD Traub, HJ Faulkner, IM Stanford, JGR Jefferys
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 94 (22), 12198-12203, 1997
Differential Actions of Serotonin, Mediated by 5-HT1Band 5-HT2C Receptors, on GABA-Mediated Synaptic Input to Rat Substantia Nigra Pars Reticulata Neurons In Vitro
IM Stanford, MG Lacey
Journal of Neuroscience 16 (23), 7566-7573, 1996
The role of GABAergic modulation in motor function related neuronal network activity
SD Hall, IM Stanford, N Yamawaki, CJ McAllister, KC Rönnqvist, ...
Neuroimage 56 (3), 1506-1510, 2011
Functional CB2 type cannabinoid receptors at CNS synapses
NH Morgan, IM Stanford, GL Woodhall
Neuropharmacology 57 (4), 356-368, 2009
Dopamine D2 receptor mediated presynaptic inhibition of striatopallidal GABAA IPSCs in vitro
AJ Cooper, IM Stanford
Neuropharmacology 41 (1), 62-71, 2001
Pharmacologically induced and stimulus evoked rhythmic neuronal oscillatory activity in the primary motor cortex in vitro
N Yamawaki, IM Stanford, SD Hall, GL Woodhall
Neuroscience 151 (2), 386-395, 2008
Presynaptic μ and δ opioid receptor modulation of GABAA IPSCs in the rat globus pallidus in vitro
IM Stanford, AJ Cooper
Journal of Neuroscience 19 (12), 4796-4803, 1999
Excitation of rat substantia nigra pars reticulata neurons by 5-hydroxytryptaminein vitro: Evidence for a direct action mediated by 5-hydroxytryptamine2C receptors
CE Rick, IM Stanford, MG Lacey
Neuroscience 69 (3), 903-913, 1995
Pharmacological comparison of human homomeric 5-HT3A receptors versus heteromeric 5-HT3A/3B receptors
CA Brady, IM Stanford, I Ali, L Lin, JM Williams, AE Dubin, AG Hope, ...
Neuropharmacology 41 (2), 282-284, 2001
5-Hydroxytryptamine induced excitation and inhibition in the subthalamic nucleus: action at 5-HT2C, 5-HT4 and 5-HT1A receptors
IM Stanford, MA Kantaria, HS Chahal, KC Loucif, CL Wilson
Neuropharmacology 49 (8), 1228-1234, 2005
GABA (A) alpha-1 subunit mediated desynchronization of elevated low frequency oscillations alleviates specific dysfunction in stroke–a case report
SD Hall, N Yamawaki, AE Fisher, RP Clauss, GL Woodhall, IM Stanford
Clinical Neurophysiology 121 (4), 549-555, 2010
Independent neuronal oscillators of the rat globus pallidus
IM Stanford
Journal of neurophysiology 89 (3), 1713-1717, 2003
Functional characterization of GABAergic pallidopallidal and striatopallidal synapses in the rat globus pallidus in vitro
RE Sims, GL Woodhall, CL Wilson, IM Stanford
European journal of neuroscience 28 (12), 2401-2408, 2008
Oscillatory beta activity mediates neuroplastic effects of motor cortex stimulation in humans
CJ McAllister, KC Rönnqvist, IM Stanford, GL Woodhall, PL Furlong, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (18), 7919-7927, 2013
Electrophysiological investigation of adenosine trisphosphate-sensitive potassium channels in the rat substantia nigra pars reticulata
IM Stanford, MG Lacey
Neuroscience 74 (2), 499-509, 1996
Functional interconnectivity between the globus pallidus and the subthalamic nucleus in the mouse brain slice
KC Loucif, CL Wilson, R Baig, MG Lacey, IM Stanford
The Journal of physiology 567 (3), 977-987, 2005
Excitation by dopamine of rat subthalamic nucleus neurones in vitro—a direct action with unconventional pharmacology
A Tofighy, A Abbott, D Centonze, AJ Cooper, E Noor, SM Pearce, ...
Neuroscience 116 (1), 157-166, 2003
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