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    Laboratory Publications

    1. Venugopal S, Hamm TM, Jung R. Differential contributions of somatic and dendritic calcium-dependent potassium currents to the control of motoneuron excitability following spinal cord injury. Cogn Neurodyn. Jun 2012;6(3):283-293.
    2. Venugopal S, Hamm TM, Crook SM, Jung R. Modulation of inhibitory strength and kinetics facilitates regulation of persistent inward currents and motoneuron excitability following spinal cord injury. J Neurophysiol. Nov 2011;106(5):2167-2179.
    3. Turkin VV, O’Neill D, Jung R, Iarkov A, Hamm TM. Characteristics and organization of discharge properties in rat hindlimb motoneurons. J Neurophysiol. Sep 2010;104(3):1549-1565.
    4. Poston B, Danna-Dos Santos A, Jesunathadas M, Hamm TM, Santello M. Force-independent distribution of correlated neural inputs to hand muscles during three-digit grasping. J Neurophysiol. Aug 2010;104(2):1141-1154.
    5. Johnston JA, Formicone G, Hamm TM, Santello M. Assessment of across-muscle coherence using multi-unit vs. single-unit recordings. Exp Brain Res. Dec 2010;207(3-4):269-282.
    6. Hamm TM, Turkin VV, Bandekar NK, O’Neill D, Jung R. Persistent currents and discharge patterns in rat hindlimb motoneurons. J Neurophysiol. Sep 2010;104(3):1566-1577.
    7. Maltenfort MG, Phillips CA, McCurdy ML, Hamm TM. Determination of the location and magnitude of synaptic conductance changes in spinal motoneurons by impedance measurements. J Neurophysiol. Sep 2004;92(3):1400-1416.
    8. Maltenfort MG, McCurdy ML, Phillips CA, Turkin VV, Hamm TM. Location and magnitude of conductance changes produced by Renshaw recurrent inhibition in spinal motoneurons. J Neurophysiol. Sep 2004;92(3):1417-1432.
    9. Hamm TM, Trank TV, Turkin VV. Correlations between neurograms and locomotor drive potentials in motoneurons during fictive locomotion: implications for the organization of locomotor commands. Prog Brain Res. 1999;123:331-339.
    10. Turkin VV, Monroe KS, Hamm TM. Organization of recurrent inhibition and facilitation in motor nuclei innervating ankle muscles of the cat. J Neurophysiol. Feb 1998;79(2):778-790.

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