Timothy Ebner
Timothy Ebner
Department of Neuroscience, University of Minnesota
Verified email at umn.edu
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Bidirectional expression of CUG and CAG expansion transcripts and intranuclear polyglutamine inclusions in spinocerebellar ataxia type 8
ML Moseley, T Zu, Y Ikeda, W Gao, AK Mosemiller, RS Daughters, ...
Nature genetics 38 (7), 758-769, 2006
Temporal encoding of movement kinematics in the discharge of primate primary motor and premotor neurons
QG Fu, D Flament, JD Coltz, TJ Ebner
Journal of Neurophysiology 73 (2), 836-854, 1995
Hand synergies during reach-to-grasp
CR Mason, JE Gomez, TJ Ebner
Journal of neurophysiology 86 (6), 2896-2910, 2001
Neuronal specification of direction and distance during reaching movements in the superior precentral premotor area and primary motor cortex of monkeys
QG Fu, JI Suarez, TJ Ebner
Journal of neurophysiology 70 (5), 2097-2116, 1993
RNA gain-of-function in spinocerebellar ataxia type 8
RS Daughters, DL Tuttle, W Gao, Y Ikeda, ML Moseley, TJ Ebner, ...
PLoS Genet 5 (8), e1000600, 2009
Local and propagated vascular responses evoked by focal synaptic activity in cerebellar cortex
C Iadecola, G Yang, TJ Ebner, G Chen
Journal of neurophysiology 78 (2), 651-659, 1997
Hereditary cerebellar ataxia progressively impairs force adaptation during goal-directed arm movements
M Maschke, CM Gomez, TJ Ebner, J Konczak
Journal of neurophysiology 91 (1), 230-238, 2004
Increase in Purkinje cell gain associated with naturally activated climbing fiber input
TJ Ebner, QX Yu, JR Bloedel
Journal of Neurophysiology 50 (1), 205-219, 1983
Climbing fiber afferent modulation during a visually guided, multi-joint arm movement in the monkey
JJ Wang, JH Kim, TJ Ebner
Brain research 410 (2), 323-329, 1987
Purkinje cell complex and simple spike changes during a voluntary arm movement learning task in the monkey
CL Ojakangas, TJ Ebner
Journal of neurophysiology 68 (6), 2222-2236, 1992
Use of voltage-sensitive dyes and optical recordings in the central nervous system
TJ Ebner, G Chen
Progress in neurobiology 46 (5), 463-506, 1995
Climbing fiber action on the responsiveness of Purkinje cells to parallel fiber inputs
TJ Ebner, JR Bloedel
Brain Research 309 (1), 182-186, 1984
Force field effects on cerebellar Purkinje cell discharge with implications for internal models
S Pasalar, AV Roitman, WK Durfee, TJ Ebner
Nature neuroscience 9 (11), 1404-1411, 2006
Flavoprotein autofluorescence imaging of neuronal activation in the cerebellar cortex in vivo
KC Reinert, RL Dunbar, W Gao, G Chen, TJ Ebner
Journal of neurophysiology 92 (1), 199-211, 2004
Sustained release of nerve growth factor from biodegradable polymer microspheres
PJ Camarata, R Suryanarayanan, DA Turner, RG Parker, TJ Ebner
Neurosurgery 30 (3), 313-319, 1992
Functional magnetic resonance imaging of cerebellar activation during the learning of a visuomotor dissociation task
D Flament, JM Ellermann, SG Kim, K Uǧurbil, TJ Ebner
Human brain mapping 4 (3), 210-226, 1996
Relationships between simultaneously recorded Purkinje cells and nuclear neurons
CJ McDevitt, TJ Ebner, JR Bloedel
Brain research 425 (1), 1-13, 1987
Increased responsiveness of Purkinje cells associated with climbing fiber inputs to neighboring neurons
JR Bloedel, TJ Ebner, QX Yu
Journal of Neurophysiology 50 (1), 220-239, 1983
Role of climbing fiber afferent input in determining responsiveness of Purkinje cells to mossy fiber inputs.
TJ Ebner, JR Bloedel
Journal of Neurophysiology 45 (5), 962-971, 1981
Cerebellum predicts the future motor state
TJ Ebner, S Pasalar
The Cerebellum 7 (4), 583-588, 2008
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