Spira Laboratory
home
Lab members
Images
movies
publications
links
suplement movies to research proposal
suplement movies to papers
research interests
contact
Aplysia neuron after axotomy

Images & Posters:




 

Hai A, Shappir J, Spira ME. (2010)

Long-term, multisite, parallel, in-cell recording and stimulation by an array of extracellular microelectrodes.

J Neurophysiol. 104(1):559-68.







 

Hai A, Dormann A, Shappir J, Yitzchaik S, Bartic C, Borghs G, Langedijk JP, Spira ME. (2009)

Spine-shaped gold protrusions improve the adherence and electrical coupling of neurons with the surface of micro-electronic devices.

J R Soc Interface. 6(41):1153-65.






Khoutorsky A, Spira ME. (2009)

Activity-dependent calpain activation plays a critical role in synaptic facilitation and post-tetanic potentiation.

Learn Mem. 16(2):129-41.

(Cover: July, 2009 Issue)





Advanced School in Neuroelectronic Hybrids 2009


Advanced School for
Neuroelectronic Hybrids

Institute for Advanced Studies, Hebrew Univ.

March 15-19, 2009








 

Prager-Khoutorsky M, Spira ME. (2009)

Neurite retraction and regrowth regulated by membrane retrieval, membrane supply, and actin dynamics.

Brain Res. 1251:65-79.










Erez H, Spira ME (2008)

Local self-assembly mechanisms underlie the differential transofrmation of the proximal and distal cut axonal ends into functional and aberrant growth cones.

J Comp Neurol. 507(2).







Sahly I, Khoutorsky A, Erez H, Prager-Khoutorsky M, Spira ME. (2006).

On-line confocal imaging of the events leading to structural dedifferentiation of an axonal segment into a growth cone after axotomy.

J Comp Neurol. 494(5):705-20.







Khoutorsky A, Spira ME. (2005).

Calcium-activated proteases are critical for
refilling depleted vesicle stores in cultured
sensory-motor synapses of Aplysia.

Learn Mem. 12(4):414-22.






Erez H. & Spira M.E. "Regeneration" NeuroArt 2006, Barcelona Science Museum.

                                                    This site was originated by Prof. Micha E. Spira. We welcome your questions, suggestions and comments. 
                                                    Copyright ©, 1997, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. All Right Reserved.