Daniel Kueh

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The dynamics of different ionic currents shape the bursting activity of neurons and networks that control motor output. Despite being ubiquitous in all animal cells, the contribution of the Na(+)/K(+) pump current to such bursting activity has not been well studied. We used monensin, a Na(+)/H(+) antiporter, to examine the role of the pump on the bursting(More)
To achieve the behavioral flexibility necessary for survival in a variable environment, neuronal circuits have to produce activity over a broad range of functional characteristics. Central pattern generators (CPGs), rhythmically active neuronal networks that control motor functions such as breathing, swimming, and walking, are ideal systems for addressing(More)
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