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Divisive normalization in olfactory population codes
SR Olsen, V Bhandawat, RI Wilson
Neuron 66 (2), 287-299, 2010
4892010
Sensory processing in the Drosophila antennal lobe increases reliability and separability of ensemble odor representations
V Bhandawat, SR Olsen, NW Gouwens, ML Schlief, RI Wilson
Nature neuroscience 10 (11), 1474-1482, 2007
4072007
Excitatory interactions between olfactory processing channels in the Drosophila antennal lobe
SR Olsen, V Bhandawat, RI Wilson
Neuron 54 (1), 89-103, 2007
3192007
Elementary response of olfactory receptor neurons to odorants
V Bhandawat, J Reisert, KW Yau
Science 308 (5730), 1931-1934, 2005
1792005
Organization of descending neurons in Drosophila melanogaster
CT Hsu, V Bhandawat
Scientific reports 6 (1), 20259, 2016
1352016
Olfactory modulation of flight in Drosophila is sensitive, selective and rapid
V Bhandawat, G Maimon, MH Dickinson, RI Wilson
Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (21), 3625-3635, 2010
872010
Signaling by olfactory receptor neurons near threshold
V Bhandawat, J Reisert, KW Yau
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (43), 18682-18687, 2010
542010
Odor-identity dependent motor programs underlie behavioral responses to odors
SH Jung, C Hueston, V Bhandawat
Elife 4, e11092, 2015
442015
Statistical structure of locomotion and its modulation by odors
L Tao, S Ozarkar, JM Beck, V Bhandawat
Elife 8, e41235, 2019
402019
Functional properties of synaptic transmission in primary sense organs
JH Singer, E Glowatzki, T Moser, BW Strowbridge, V Bhandawat, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (41), 12802-12806, 2009
222009
Spring-loaded inverted pendulum goes through two contraction-extension cycles during the single-support phase of walking
G Antoniak, T Biswas, N Cortes, S Sikdar, C Chun, V Bhandawat
Biology open 8 (6), bio043695, 2019
212019
Activity in descending dopaminergic neurons represents but is not required for leg movements in the fruit fly Drosophila
K Tschida, V Bhandawat
Physiological reports 3 (3), e12322, 2015
212015
Drosophila uses a tripod gait across all walking speeds, and the geometry of the tripod is important for speed control
C Chun, T Biswas, V Bhandawat
Elife 10, e65878, 2021
162021
Mechanisms underlying attraction to odors in walking Drosophila
L Tao, S Ozarkar, V Bhandawat
PLoS computational biology 16 (3), e1007718, 2020
162020
A simple extension of inverted pendulum template to explain features of slow walking✰
T Biswas, S Rao, V Bhandawat
Journal of Theoretical Biology 457, 112-123, 2018
112018
Learning spiking neural network models of drosophila olfaction
J Carter, J Rego, D Schwartz, V Bhandawat, E Kim
International Conference on Neuromorphic Systems 2020, 1-5, 2020
62020
Behavioral algorithms and neural mechanisms underlying odor-modulated locomotion in insects
SP Wechsler, V Bhandawat
Journal of experimental biology 226 (1), jeb200261, 2023
42023
Mechanisms of variability underlying odor-guided locomotion
L Tao, V Bhandawat
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 16, 871884, 2022
42022
Sensorimotor transformation underlying odor-modulated locomotion in walking Drosophila
L Tao, SP Wechsler, V Bhandawat
Nature Communications 14 (1), 6818, 2023
22023
Octopaminergic descending neurons in Drosophila: Connectivity, tonic activity and relation to locomotion
H Babski, M Codianni, V Bhandawat
Heliyon 10 (9), 2024
2024
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