Recent and Relevant Peer Reviewed Journals

  1. T. J. Nelson, T J, Sun, Miao-Kun, C. Lim, A. Sen,T. Khan, F. V. Chirila, D. Alkon, Bryostatin Effects on Cognitive Function and PKCɛ in Alzheimer’s Disease Phase IIa and Expanded Access Trials”, J Alzheimer’s Dis., 58(2), 521-535, 2017.
  2. F. V. Chirila and Daniel L. Alkon, Predictive Value of Human Skin Fibroblast Biomarkers for Alzheimer’s Disease using a Biomarker Severity Score, Proceedings of the Second Neurological Disorders Summit NDS-2016, J Neurol. and Exper. Neuroscience Vol. 2 Supplement 2, 2016.
  3. F. V. Chirila, Tapan K. Khan, Daniel L. Alkon, Fibroblast aggregation rate converges with validated peripheral biomarkers for Alzheimer’s disease, J Alzheimer’s Dis. 42(4):1279-94, 2014.
  4. F. V. Chirila, Tapan K. Khan, Daniel L. Alkon, Spatiotemporal Complexity of Fibroblast Networks Screens for Alzheimer’s Disease, J Alzheimer’s Dis. 33(1):165 , 2013.
  5. G. A. Spirou, F. V. Chirila, H. von Gersdorff and P. B. Manis, Heterogeneous Ca2+ influx along the adult calyx of Held: a structural and computational study, Neuroscience 154(1), 171-185, 2008.
  6. T. Sakurai, E. Mihaliuk, F. V. Chirila, and K. Showalter, Design and Control of Wave Propagation Patterns in Excitable Media, Science 296, 2009-2012 , 2002.
  7. D. Razus, D. Oancea, F. V. Chirila, and N. I. Ionescu, Pressure Perturbations Associated to the Transmission of a Deflagration Between Interconnected Vessels, 17th International Symposium on Combustion Processes, Poznan, Poland , 218-222, September 24-27, 2001.
  8. D. Razus, D. Oancea, F. V. Chirila, and N. I. Ionescu, Transmission of an Explosion Through a Narrow Channel,” Rivista dei Combustibili 51, 126-136, 1997.

Historical Journal Publications Tracing the History of Scientific Research

  1. Farlow, MR, Thompson, RE., Wei, Lee-Jen, Tuchman, AJ., Grenier, Elaine, Crockford, David, Wilke, Susanne, Benison, Jeffrey, Alkon, DL. A randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Phase II Study Assessing Safety, Tolerability, and Efficacy of Bryostatin in the Treatment of Moderately Severe to Severe Alzheimer’s Disease, J Alzheimers Dis. 10.3233/JAD-180759 DOI, 2019
  2. Abhik, Sen, Nelson, TJ., Alkon, DL, Hongpaisan, Jarin. Loss in PKC Epsilon Causes Downrehulation of MnDOS and BDNF Expression in Neurons of Alzheimer’s Disease Hippocampus. J Alzheimers Dis2018 ;63(3):1173-1189
  3. Abhik, Sen, Nelson, TJ., Alkon, DL. ApoE iosoforms Differentially Regulates Cleavage and Secretion of BDNF. Mol Brain2017 06 1;10(1):19.
  4. Chol Seung Lim. Alkon, DL. Inhibition of Coactivator-associated Arginine Methyltransferase 1 Modulates Dendritic Arborization and Spine Maturation of Cultured Hippocampal Neurons. 2017 The American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Inc.
  5. Nelson, TJ, Sun, MK, Lim, C, Sen, A, Khan, T, Chirila, FV., Alkon, DL. Bryostatin Effects on Cognitive Function and PKCε in Alzheimer’s Phase IIa and Expanded Access Trials, J Alzheimers Dis. 2017.
  6. Hernandez, A, Tan C, Plattner F, Logsdon, Yousuf A, Singh Tanvir, Turner R, Luke-Wold B, Alkon DL, Huber J, Rosen C, Bibb J. Exposure to Mild Blast Forces Induces Neuropathological Effects, Neurophysiological deficits and Biochemical Changes: 2016 Published, J Biol Chem. Papers in Press, 2016 DOI
  7. Sen A, Hongpaisan J, Wang D, Nelson TJ, Alkon DL. PKC epsilon Promotes Synaptogenesis through Membrane Accumulation of the Postsynaptic Density Protein PSD-95. J Biol Chem.pii: jbc.M116.730440. [Epub ahead of print] Jun 21, 2016.
  8. Sun, MK, Hongpaisan, J., Alkon, DLRescue of synaptic phenotypes and spatial memory in young fragile X mice.  Exp. Ther. 357: 300-310, 2016.
  9. Khan TK, Alkon DL. Alzheimer’s disease Cerebrospinal Fluid and neuroimaging biomarkers: diagnostic accuracy and relationship to drug efficacy. J Alzheimers Dis. 46: 817–836 (2015). CLICK HERE
  10. Zhenjun Tan, Brandon P. Lucke-Wold, Aric F. Logsdon, Ryan C. Turner, Cong Tan, Xinlan Li, Jarin Hongpaison, Daniel L. Alkon, James W. Simpkins, Charles L. Rosen, Jason D. Huber. Bryostatin extends tPA time window to 6 h following middle cerebral artery occlusion in aged female ratsEur J Pharmacol.Jul 17;764:404-412, 2015.
  11. Denvir J, Neitch S, Fan J, Niles RM, Boskovic G, Schreurs BG, Primerano DA, Alkon DL.Identification of the PS1 Thr147Ile Variant in a Family with Very Early Onset Dementia and Expressive Aphasia, J Alzheimers Dis.;46(2):483-90. doi: 10.3233/JAD-150051, 2015.
  12. Sen A, Nelson TJ, Alkon DL.ApoE4 and Aβ Oligomers Reduce BDNF Expression via HDAC Nuclear Translocation, J.Neuroscience 35(19): 7538-7551; doi: 10.1523 /JNEUROSCI. 0260-15.2015
  13. Sun MK, Nelson TJ, Alkon DL. Towards universal therapeutics for memory disorders. Trends Pharmacol Sci. pii: S0165-6147(15)00076-0. doi: 10.1016/, 2015
  14. Denvira J, Neitch S, Fana J, Nilesa RM, Boskovica G, Schreurs BG , Primeranoa DA, Alkon DL. Identification of the PS1 Thr147Ile Variant in a Family with Very Early Onset Dementia and Expressive Aphasia. J Alzheimers Dis. DOI 10.3233/JAD-150051. 2015
  15. Khan, TK, Alkon DL, Peripheral Biomarkers of Alzheimer’s Disease. J Alzheimers Dis.;44(3):729-44. doi: 10.3233/JAD-142262.2015
  16. Nelson TJ, Alkon DL.Molecular regulation of synaptogenesis during associative learning and memory. Brain Res. Dec 5. pii: S0006-8993(14)01660-6. doi: 10.1016/j.brainres.2014.11.054.2014
  17. Lucke-Wold BP1, Logsdon AF, Smith KE, Turner RC, Alkon DL, Tan Z, Naser ZJ, Knotts CM, Huber JD, Rosen CL. Bryostatin-1 Restores Blood Brain Barrier Integrity following Blast-Induced Traumatic Brain Injury. Mol Neurobiol. 2015 Dec;52(3):1119-34. doi: 10.1007/s12035-014-8902-7. Epub 2014 Oct 10.
  18. Lucke-Wold BP, Turner RC, Logsdon AF, Simpkins JW,Alkon DL, Smith KE, Chen YW, Tan Z, Huber JD, Rosen CL., Common Mechanisms of Alzheimer’s Disease and Ischemic Stroke: The Role of Protein Kinase C in the Progression of Age-Related Neurodegeneration. J Alzheimers Dis. 2015 Aug 11.
  19. Sun MK., Alkon, DL, Stress: perspectives on its impact on cognition and pharmacological treatment, Behavioural Pharmacology, 25:410-424, 2014
  20. Khan TK, Sen A, Hongpaisan J, Lim CS, Nelson TJ, Alkon DLPKCε deficits in Alzheimer’s disease brains and skin fibroblasts.J Alzheimers Dis.;43(2):491-509. doi: 10.3233/JAD-141221.2015
  21. Chirila, FV, Khan, TK, Alkon, DL, Fibroblast Aggregation Rate Converges with Validated Peripheral Biomarkers for Alzheimer’s Disease, J Alzheimers Dis.Jan 1;42(4):1279-94. doi: 10.3233/JAD-140672, 2014
  22. Nelson TJ, Sen A, Alkon DL, Sun, MK Adduct formation in liquid chromatography-triple quadrupole mass spectrometric measurement of Bryostatin 1. J Chromatogr B Analyt Technol Biomed Life Sci.1;944:55-62. doi: 10.1016/j.jchromb.2013.11.020. 2014
  23. Lim CS, Alkon, DL. PKCε Promotes HuD-Mediated Neprilysin mRNA Sta Stability and Enhances Neprilysin-Induced Aβ Degradation in Brain Neurons. Plos One. Vol. 9, Issue 5, e97756, May 2014
  24. Sun MK, Hongpaisan J, Lim C, Alkon DL. Bryostatin-1 restores hippocampal synapses and spatial learning and memory in adult fragile X mice. J Pharmacol Exp Ther. Mar 21. 2014
  25. Xu C, Liu QY, Alkon DL. PKC activators enhance GABAergic neurotransmission and paired-pulse facilitation in hippocampal CA1 pyramidal neurons. Neuroscience. Mar 15. pii: S0306-4522(14)00214-0. doi: 10.1016/neuroscience.03.008. 2014
  26. Takigami S, Sunada H, Lukowiak K, Kuzirian AM, Alkon DL, Sakakibara M. Protein kinase C mediates memory consolidation of taste avoidance conditioning in Lymnaea stagnalis. Neurobiol Learn Mem. Mar 6;111C:9-18. doi: 10.1016/j.nlm.2014.02.011. 2014
  27. Hongpaisan, J, Xu C, Sen A, Nelson TJ, Alkon DLPKC activation during training restores mushroom spine synapses and memory in the aged rat. Neurobiol Dis. Jul; 55:44-62. doi: 10.1016/j.nbd.2013.03.012, 2013
  28. Tan Z, Turner RC, Leon RL, Li X, Hongpaisan J, Zheng W, Logsdon AF, Naser ZJ, Alkon DL, Rosen CL, Huber JD. Bryostatin improves survival and reduces ischemic brain injury in aged rats after acute ischemic stroke. Dec;44(12):3490-7. doi: 10.1161/STROKEAHA.113.002411, 2013.
  29. Sun MK & Alkon DLCerebral ischemia-induced difference in sensitivity to depression and potential therapeutics in rats.  Pharmacol Jun;24(3):222-8, 2013.
  30. Sun MK & Alkon DLActivation of protein kinase C isozymes for the treatment of dementias.  Pharmacol. 64: 273-302, 2012.
  31. Chirila FV, Khan TK, Alkon DLSpatiotemporal complexity of fibroblast networks screens for Alzheimer’s disease. J Alzheimers Dis. 2013;33(1):165-76. doi: 10.3233/JAD-2012-120745.
  32. Lim CS, Alkon DL. Protein kinase C stimulates HuD-mediated mRNA stability and protein expression of neurotrophic factors and enhances dendritic maturation of hippocampal neurons in culture. Hippocampus. doi: 10.1002/hipo.22048, 2012.
  33. Sen A, Alkon DL, Nelson TJ. Apolipoprotein E3 (ApoE3) but Not ApoE4 Protects against Synaptic Loss through Increased Expression of Protein Kinase Cε. J Biol Chem287(19), 15947-15948, 2012.
  34. Alkon DLNew developments in the search for a cure. WV Med J.; May-Jun;107(3): 10-3. 2011
  35. Zohar, O, Lavy, R, Zi, X, Nelson,TJ, Hongpaisan, J, Pick, CG, Alkon, D.PKC activator therapeutic for mild traumatic brain injury in mice, Neurobiology of Disease; 41 329–337, 2011.
  36. Hongpaisan, J., Sun, M-K., Alkon DLPKCε Activation Prevents Synaptic Loss, Aβ Elevation, and Cognitive Deficits in Alzheimer’s Disease Transgenic Mice, J Neuroscience, 31(2):630–643, 2011.
  37. Sun, M.-K., Alkon DLPharmacology of protein kinase C activators: Cognition-enhancing and antidementic therapeutics. Pharmacol Ther.; 127: 66–77, 2010.
  38. Khan, TK, Alkon DL: Early diagnostic accuracy and pathophysiologic relevance of an autopsy-confirmed Alzheimer’s disease peripheral biomarker. Neurobiol Aging.31: 899-000, 2010.
  39. Xu C, Cui C, Alkon DL, Age-dependent enhancement of inhibitory synaptic transmission in CA1 pyramidal neurons via GluR5 kainate receptors. Hippocampus 19:706-717, 2009.
  40. Nelson TJ, Cui C, Luo Y, Alkon DL Reduction of beta-amyloid levels by novel PKC (epsilon) activators. J Biol Chem.; 284(50):34514-21., 2009.
  41. Sun, M-.K., Alkon DLProtein kinase C activators as synaptogenic and memory therapeutics. Arch Pharm (Weinheim); 342(12):689-98., 2009.
  42. Sun, MK, Hongpaisan, J, Alkon, DL: Post-ischemic PKC activation rescues retrograde and anterograde long-term memory. Proc Nat. Acad. Sci. USA) 106 (34): 14676–14680, 2009
  43. Khan TK, Nelson TJ, Verma VA, Wender PA, Alkon DL: A cellular model of Alzheimer’s disease therapeutic efficacy: PKC activation reverses Aβ-induced biomarker abnormality on cultured fibroblasts. Neurobiology of Disease34 332-339, 2009.
  44. Nelson TJ, Alkon DL:Neuroprotective versus tumorigenic protein kinase C activators. Trends Biochem Sci. Mar; 34(3):136-45. 2009
  45. Sun, M.-K., Hongpaisan J, Nelson TJ, Alkon DL: Post-stroke neuronal rescue and Synaptogenesis mediated in vivo by PKC in adult brains Proc Natl Acad Sci USA) 105(36): 13620-13625, 2008
  46. Sun MK, Alkon DL: Effects of age on susceptibility to the induction of depressive behavior and imipramine in rats. Behav Pharmacol19: 334-338, 2008.
  47. Wang D, Darwish DS, Schreurs BG, Alkon DL: Analysis of long-term cognitive-enhancing effects of bryostatin-1 on the rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) nictitating membrane response. Behav Pharmacol 19: 245-256 2008.
  48. Sun, MK, Alkon DL: Synergistic effects of chronic bryostatin-1 and alpha-tocopherol on spatial learning and memory in rats. Eur J Pharmacol584:328-337, 2008.
  49. Sun, M.-K., Alkon DL: Effects of 4-Methylcatechol on spatial memory and depression. NeuroReport19: 355-359, 2008.
  50. Micale V, Scapagnini G, Colombrita C, Mazzola C, Alkon DL, Drago F: Behavioral effects of dietary cholesterol in rats tested in experimental models of mild stress and cognition tasks. Eur Neuropsychopharmacol18:462-471, 2008.
  51. Nelson TJ, Sun MK, Hongpaisan J, Alkon DL: Insulin, PKC signaling pathways and synaptic remodeling during memory storage and neuronal repair. Eur J Pharmacol.6;585(1):76-87, 2008.
  52. Hongpaisan J, Alkon DL: A structural basis for enhancement of long-term associative memory in single dendritic spines regulated by PKC. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 104(49): 19571-19576, 2007.
  53. Nelson TJ,Alkon DL: Protection against β-Amyloid-induced Apoptosis by Peptides Interacting with β-Amyloid. J Biol Chem. 282: 31238-31249, 2007.
  54. Alkon DL, Sun, M.-K., Nelson TJ: PKC signaling deficits: a mechanistic hypothesis for the origins of Alzheimer’s disease. Trends in Pharmacol. Sci. 28: 2, 51-60, 2007.
  55. Khan TK, Alkon DL: An internally controlled peripheral biomarker for Alzheimer’s disease: Erk1 and Erk2 responses to the inflammatory signal bradykinin. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 103 (35): 13203-13207, 2006.
  56. Sun MK, Alkon DL: Links between Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes. Drugs of Today 42 (7), 481-489, 2006.
  57. Kuzirian AM, Epstein HT, Gagliardi CJ, Nelson TJ, Sakakibara M, Taylor C, Scioletti AB, Alkon DL: Bryostatin enhancement of memory in Hermissenda. Biol Bull. 210: 201-214, 2006.
  58. Dufour F, Liu QY, Gusev P, Alkon DL, Atzori M.: Cholesterol-enriched diet affects spatial learning and synaptic function in hippocampal synapses. Brain Res., 1103 (1): 88-98, 2006.
  59. Tan DP, Liu Q, Koshiya N, Gu H, Alkon DL: Enhancement of long-term memory retention and short-term synaptic plasticity in cbl-b null mice Proc Natl Acad Sci USA103 (13): 5125-5130, 2006.
  60. Sun MK, Alkon DL: Differential gender-related vulnerability to depression induction and converging antidepressant responses in rats. J Pharm Exper Therap. 316 (2): 926-932, 2006.
  61. Sun MK, Alkon DL: Bryostatin-1: Pharmacology and therapeutic potential as a CNS drug. CNS Drug Rev. 12:1-8, 2006.
  62. Pascale A, Amadio M, Scapagnini G, Lanni C, Racchi M, Provenzani A, Govoni S, Alkon DL, Quattrone A.: Neuronal ELAV proteins enhance mRNA sstability by a PKCalpha-dependent pathway. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA102:12065-12070, 2005.
  63. Dou JT, Chen M, Dufour F, Alkon DL, Zhao WQ: Insulin receptor signaling in long-term memory consolidation following spatial learning. Learn Mem.12:646-655, 2005.
  64. Sun MK, Alkon DL: Protein kinase C substrate activators: Potential as novel antidepressants. Drug Development Research65:156-169, 2005.
  65. Nelson TJ, Alkon DL: Insulin and cholesterol pathways in neuronal function, memory and neurodegeneration. Biochem Soc Trans. (Pt 5):1033-6, 2005.
  66. Sun MK, Alkon DL: Protein kinase C isozymes: Memory therapeutic potential. Current Drug Targets-CNS & Neurological Disorders, 4, 541-552, 2005.
  67. Gusev P, Cui C, Alkon DL, Gubin AN.: Topography of Arc/Arg3.1 mRNA expression in the dorsal and ventral hippocampus induced by recent and remote spatial memory recall: Dissociation of CA3 and CA1 activation. J. Neuroscience25(41): 9384-9397, 2005.
  68. Alkon DL, Epstein H, Kuzirian A, Bennett, MC, Nelson T.: Protein synthesis required for long-term memory is induced by PKC activation on days before associative learning. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 102(45): 16432-16437, 2005.
  69. Sun MK, Alkon DL: Dual effects of bryostatin-1 on spatial memory and depression. Eur J Pharmacol.512: 45-51, 2005.
  70. Zohar O, Pick CG, Cavallaro S, Chapman J, Katzav A, Milman A, Alkon DL: Age dependent differential express of BACE splice variants in brain regions of tg2576 mice. Neurobiol Aging 26(8): 1167-75, 2005.
  71. Nelson TJ, Alkon DL: Oxidation of cholesterol by amyloid precursor protein and beta-amyloid peptide. J Biol Chem. 280(8): 7377-7387, 2005.
  72. Scioletti AB, Kuzirian AM, Epstein HT, Nelson TJ, Alkon DL: Memory enhancement by bryostatin in HermissendaBull. 207: 159, 2005.
  73. Hatakeyama D, Inamura S, Ito E, Sakakibara M, Nelson T, Alkon DL: Calexcitin-like immunoreactivity in the pond snail LymnaeastagnalisNeuroscience Research Communications, 35(1), 32-40, 2004.
  74. Ma W, Fitzgerald W, Liu QY, O’Shaughnessy TJ, Maric D, Lin HJ, Alkon DL, Barker JLCNS stem and progenitor cell differentiation into functional neuronal circuits in three-dimensional collagen gels.: Exp Neurol. 190: 276-288, 2004.
  75. Cavallaro S, D’Agata V, Alessi E, Coffa S, Alkon DL,Manickam P, Ciotti MT, Possenti R, Bonini P, Marlier L, Calissano P.: Gene expression profiles of apoptotic neurons. Genomics, 84(3): 485-96, 2004.
  76. Amadio M, Govoni S, Alkon DL, Pascale A: Emerging targets for the pharmacology of learning and memory. Pharmacol Res.50: 111-122, 2004.
  77. Sun MK, Alkon DL: Cerebral hypoperfusion and amyloid-induced synergistic impairment of Hippocampal CA1 synaptic efficacy and spatial memory in young adult rats. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease,6: 355-366, 2004.
  78. Etcheberrigaray R, Tan M, Dewachter I, Kuiperi C, Van der Auwera I, Wera S, Qiao L, Bank B, Nelson TJ, Kozikowski AP, Van Leuven F, Alkon DL: Therapeutic effects of PKC activators in Alzheimer’s disease transgenic mice. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 101(30): 11141-11146, 2004.
  79. Zhao WQ, Chen H. Quon MJ, Alkon DL: Insulin and the insulin receptor in experimental models of learning and memory. Eur J Pharmacol. 490: 71-81, 2004.
  80. Pascale A, Gusev P, Amadio M, Dottorini T, Govoni S, Alkon DL, Quattrone A: Increase of the RNA-binding protein HuD and posttranscriptional up-regulation of the GAP-43 gene during spatial memory. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA101: 1217-1222, 2004.
  81. Epstein HT, Child FM, Kuzirian AM, Alkon DL: Two different biological configurations of long-term memory. NeuroBiol Learn Mem. 81: 12-18, 2004.
  82. Nelson TJ, Backlund P, Yergey AL, Alkon DL:Hippocampal protein-protein interactions in spatial memory. Hippocampus 14(1): 46-57, 2004.
  83. Sun MK, Alkon DL: Induced depressive behavior impairs learning and memory in rats. Neuroscience 129: 129-139, 2004.
  84. Kuzirian AM, Child FM, Epstein HT, Motta ME, Oldenburg CE, Alkon DL: Training alone, not the tripeptide RGD, modulates calexcitin in Biol Bull. 205: 220-222, 2003.
  85. Child FM, Epstein HT, Kuzirian AM, Alkon DL: Memory consolidation in HermissendaBiol Bull, 205:218-219, 2003.
  86. Pascale A. Alkon DL, Grimaldi, M.: Translocation of protein kinase C-βII in astrocytes requires organized actin cytoskeleton and is not accompanied by synchronous RACK1 relocation. GLIA, 46: 169-182, 2003.
  87. Zhao WQ, Alkon DL,Ma W: C-Src protein tyrosine kinase activity is required for muscarinic receptor-mediated DNA synthesis and neurogenesis via Erk1/2 and CREB signaling in Neural Precursor Cells. J Neurosci Res. 72: 334-342, 2003.
  88. Zhao WQ, Feng C. Alkon DL: Impairment of phosphatase 2A contributes to the prolonged map kinase phosphorylation in Alzheimer’s disease fibroblasts. NeuroBiol Dis.14:458-469, 2003.
  89. Nelson TJ, Quattrone A. Kim JH, Pacini A, Cesati V, Alkon DL: Calcium-regulated GTPase activity in the calcium-binding protein calexcitin. Comp Biochem Physiol.Part B 135(4) 627-638, 2003.
  90. Dou J-T, Cui C, Dufour F. Alkon DL, Zhao WQ:Gene expression of a-endosulfine in the rat brain differentially correlating with aging, learning and stress. J Neurochem. 87, 1086-1100, 2003.
  91. Zohar O, Cavallaro S, D’Agata V,Alkon DL: Quantification and distribution of beta-secretase alternative splice variants in the rat and human brain. Brain Res Mol Brain Res. 115: 1, 63-8, 2003.
  92. Colombrita C, Calabrese V, Giuffrida Stella AM, Mattei F, Alkon DL,Scapagnini G: Regional rat brain distribution of heme oxygenase-1 and manganese superoxide dismutase mRNA: Relevance of redox homeostasis in the aging process. J Exp Biol Med, 228: 517-24, 2003.
  93. Sun MK, Alkon DL: Open space swimming test to index antidepressant activity. J Neurosci Methods, 126:1, 35-40, 2003.
  94. Dufour F, Zhao WQ, Ravindranath L, Alkon DL: Abnormal cholesterol processing in Alzheimer’s disease patients’ fibroblasts. Neurobiology of Lipids, 1: 1-18, 2003.
  95. Epstein HT, Child FM, Kuzirian AM, Alkon DL: Time windows for effects of protein synthesis inhibitors on Pavlovian conditioning in Hermissenda: Behavioral aspects. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 79: 127-31, 2003.
  96. Zhao WQ, Chen GH, Chen H, Pascale A, Ravindranath L, Quon MJ, Alkon DL: Secretion of annexin II via activation of insulin receptor and insulin-like growth factor receptor. J Biol Chem. 278:4205-15, 2003.
  97. Nelson TJ, Etcheberrigaray R, Alkon DL: Calcium-dependent cascades in physiological and pathological memory processes. Pharmaceutical News, 9:473-478, 2002.
  98. Cavallaro S, D’Agata V, Manickam P, Dufour F, Alkon DL: Memory-specific temporal profiles of gene expression in the hippocampus. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 99:16279-16284, 2002.
  99. Sun MK, Alkon DL: Depressed or Demented: Common CNS Drug Targets?! Current Drug Targets-CNS & Neurological Disorders, 1, 5753-592, 2002.
  100. Scapagnini G, D’Agata V, Calabrese V, Pascale A, Colombrita C, Alkon DL, Cavallaro S: Gene expression profiles of heme oxygenase isoforms in the rat brain. Brain Research, 954: 51-59, 2002.
  101. Cavallaro S, D’Agata V, Alkon DL: Programs of gene expression during the laying down of memory formation as revealed by DNA microarrays. Neurochemical Research, 27:10, 1197-1203, 2002.
  102. D’Agata V, Warren S, Zhao W, Torre E, Alkon DL, Cavallaro S: Gene expression profiles in a transgenic animal model of fragile x syndrome. NeuroBiol Disease, 10:211-218, 2002.
  103. Zhao WQ, Ravindranath L, Mohamed AS, Zohar O, Chen CH, Lyketsos CG, Etcheberrigaray R, Alkon DL: MAP kinase signaling cascade dysfunction specific to Alzheimer’s disease in fibroblasts. NeuroBiol Disease,11: 166-183, 2002.
  104. Nelson T, Backlund PS Jr, Yergey AL, Alkon DL: Isolation of protein subpopulations undergoing protein-protein interactions. Mol Cell Proteomics, 1, 3: 253-9, 2002.
  105. Sun MK,Alkon DL: Impairment of hippocampal CA1 heterosynaptic transformation and spatial memory by beta-amyloid25-35J Neurophysiol. 87:5: 2441-9, 2002.
  106. Sun MK, Xu H, Alkon DL: Pharmacological protection of synaptic function, spatial learning and memory from transient hypoxia in rats. J Phamacol Exper Therap.300: 2, 408-416, 2002.
  107. Sun MK,Alkon DL: Carbonic anhydrase gating of attention: memory therapy and enhancement. Trends in Pharmacol Sci. 23: 2, 83-89, 2002.
  108. Schreurs B, Alkon DL: Imaging Learning and Memory: Classical Conditioning. Anat Rec.; 265(6):257-73, 2001.
  109. Kuzirian AM, Epstein HT, Buck D, Child FM, Nelson T,Alkon DL: Pavlovian conditioning-specific increases of the Ca2+-and GTP-binding protein, calexcitin in identified Hermissenda visual cells. J Neurocytol. 30: 993-1008, 2001.
  110. Sun MK, Alkon DL: Perspectives on the cell biology underlying Alzheimer’s disease and the potential for therapy. LifeXY, 1:1075-1086, 200l.
  111. Quattrone A, Pascale A, Nogues Z, Zhao W, Gusev P, Pacini A, Alkon DL: Posttranscriptional regulation of gene expression in learning by the neuronal ELAV like mRNA-stabilizing proteins. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 98: 11668-73, 200l.
  112. Gusev PA, Alkon DL: Intracellular correlates of spatial memory acquisition in hippocampal slices: long-term disinhibition of CA1 pyramidal cells. J Neurophys.86: 881-99, 200l.
  113. Zhao W, Alkon DL: Role of insulin and insulin receptor in learning and memory. Mol Cell Endocrinol. 177: 125-34, 200l.
  114. Sun MK, Alkon DL: Pharmacological enhancement of synaptic efficacy, spatial learning, and memory through carbonic anhydrase activation in rats. J Pharm Exper Therap.297:3, 961-967, 200l.
  115. Alkon DL: Either-or two slit interference: stable coherent propagation of individual photons through separate slits. Biophysical J. 80, 2056-2061, 200l.
  116. Grimaldi M, Atzori M, Ray P, Alkon DL: Mobilization of calcium from intracellular stores, potentiation of neurotransmitter-induced calcium transients, and capacitative calcium entry by 4-aminopyridine. J Neuroscience, 21:9, 3135-3143, 200l.
  117. Cavallaro S, Schreurs BG, Zhao W, D’Agata V, Alkon DL: Gene expression profiles during long-term memory consolidation. Eur J Neuroscience, 13, 1809-15, 200l.
  118. Sun MK, Dahl D, Alkon DL: Heterosynaptic transformation of GABAergic gating in the hippocampus and effects of carbonic Anhydrase inhibition. J Pharm Exper Therap. 296:3, 811-817, 200l.
  119. Sun MK, Zhao W, Nelson TJ, Alkon DL: Theta rhythm of hippocampal CA1 neuron activity: Gating by GABAergic synaptic depolarization. J Neurophysiol. 85(1)269-279, 200l.
  120. Etcheberrigaray R, Bhagavan S, Bank B, Alkon DL: Calcium responses are altered in fibroblasts from Alzheimer’s patients and presymptomatic PS1 carriers: a potential tool for early diagnosis. Alzheimer’s Reports, 3: 305-312, 2000.
  121. Sun MK, Nelson T, Alkon DL: Functional switching of GABAergic synapses by ryanodine receptor activation. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA97: 22, 12300-12305, 2000.
  122. Zhao W, Cavallaro S, Gusev P, Alkon DL: Nonreceptor tyrosine protein kinase pp60c-src in spatial learning: synapse-specific changes in its gene expression, tyrosine phosphorylation, and protein-protein interactions. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA97: 8098-8103, 2000.
  123. Favit A, Grimaldi M, Alkon DL: Prevention of beta-amyloid neurotoxicity by blockade of ubiquitin-proteasome proteolytic pathway. J Neurochem.75(3), 1258-1263, 2000.
  124. Alkon DL: A quantum theoretic basis for the relativistic Doppler effect for light. Journal of Engineering Physics, 73: 4, 2000.
  125. Elbaum D, Bryska M, Bacia A, Alkon DL: Implication of novel biochemical property of beta-amyloid. Biochem Biophys Res Comm. 267: 733-738, 2000.
  126. Zhang L, Zhao W, Li B, Alkon DL, Barker JL, Chang YH, Wu M, Rubinow DR: TNF-alpha induced over-expression of GFAP is associated with MAPKs. Neuroreport11:409-12, 2000.
  127. Zhao W, Meiri N, Xu H, Cavallaro S, Quattrone A, Zhang L, Alkon DL: Spatial learning induced changes in expression of the ryanodine Type II receptor in the rat hippocampus. FASEB J.14:2, 290-300, 2000.
  128. Tomsic D, Alkon DL: Background illumination effects upon in vitroconditioning in HermissendaNeurobiol Learn and Mem. 74:56-64, 2000.
  129. Zhao W, Chen H, Xu H, Moore E, Meiri N, Quon MJ, Alkon DL: Brain insulin receptors and spatial memory: Correlated changes in gene expression, tyrosine phosphorylation, and signaling molecules in the hippocampus of water maze trained rats. J Biol Chem. 274: 34893-34902, 1999.
  130. Grimaldi M, Favit A, Alkon DL: cAMP-induced cytoskeleton rearrangement increases calcium transients through the enhancement of capacitative calcium entry. J Biol Chem. 274: 33557-33564, 1999.
  131. Alkon DL: Molecular principles of associative memory that are conserved during the evolution of the species. Journal of Malacologia41:2, 321-329,1999.
  132. Alkon DL: Ionic conductance determinants of synaptic memory nets and their implications for Alzheimer’s Disease. J Neurosci Res. 58:24-32, 1999.
  133. Nelson TJ, Zhao WQ, Yuan S, Favit A, Pozzo-Miller LD, Alkon DL: Calexcitin interaction with neuronal ryanodine receptors. Biochem J. 341(2):423-33, 1999.
  134. Sun MK, Nelson TJ, Xu H, Alkon DL: Calexcitin transformation of GABAergic synapses: from excitation filter to amplifier. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 96:7023-7028, 1999.
  135. Yagodin S, Collin C, Alkon DL, Sheppard NF Jr, Sattelle DB: Mapping membrane potential transients in crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) optic lobe neuropils with voltage sensitive dyes. J Neurophysiol. 81:334-344, 1999.
  136. Blackwell KT, Alkon DL, : Ryanodine receptor modulation of in vitroassociative learning in Hermisssenda crasicornisBrain Research 822:114-125, 1999.
  137. Kuzirian AM, Epstein HT, Nelson TJ, Rafferty NS, Aklon DL: Lead, learning, and calexcitin in Biol Bull.195: 198-201, 1998.
  138. Gasparini L, Racchi M, Binetti G, Trabucchi M, Solerte SB, Alkon D, Etcheberrigaray R, Gibson G, Blass J, Lpaoletti R, Govoni S: Peripheral markers in testing pathophysiological hypotheses and diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease. FASEB J 12: 17-34, 1998.
  139. Alkon DL: Molecular specificity of synaptic changes responsible for associative memory. Adv Experimental Med and Biol.446: 1-15, 1998.
  140. Ascoli G, Pergami P, Luu KX, Alkon DL, Bramanti E, Bertucci C, Di Bari L, Salvadori P: Use of CD and FT-IR to determine the secondary structure of purified proteins in the low-microgram range. Enantiomer 3371-381 1998.
  141. Alkon DL, Nelson T, Zhao W, Cavallaro S: Time domains of neuronal Ca2+signaling and associative memory: steps through a calexcitin, ryanodine receptor, Kchannel cascade. Trends Neurosci. 21:529-537, 1998.
  142. Meiri N, Sun MK, Segal Z, Alkon DL: Memory and long-term potentiation (LTP) dissociated: normal spatial memory despite CA1 LTPL elimination with Kv1.4 antisense. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA95:15037-15042, 1998.
  143. Nelson TJ, Gusev PA, Alkon DL: Identification of ion channel regulating proteins by patch-clamp analysis. Methods in Enzymology293: 194-201, 1998.
  144. Etcheberrigaray R, Hirashima N, Nee L, Prince J, Govoni S, Racchi M, Tanzi R, Alkon DL: Calcium responses in fibroblasts from asymptomatic members of AD families. Neurobiology of Disease5:37-45, 1998.
  145. Alkon DL, Favit A, Nelson T: Evolution of adaptive neural networks: The role of voltage dependent K+Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery 119:204-211, 1998.
  146. Schreurs BG, Gusev PA, Tomsic D, Alkon DL, Shi, T: Intracellular correlates of acquisition and long-term memory of classical conditioning in Purkinje cell dendrites in slices of rabbit cerebellar lobule HVI. J Neuroscience18: 5498-5507, 1998.
  147. Favit A, Grimaldi M, Nelson TJ, Alkon DL: Alzheimer’s-specific effects of soluble β-amyloid on protein kinase C-α and -γ degradation in human fibroblasts. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 10:5562-5567, 1998.
  148. Zohar O, Ikeda M, Sinagawa H, Inoue H, Nakamura H, Elbaum D, Alkon DL, Yoshioka T: Thermal imaging of receptor-activated heat production in single cells. Biophys J.74:82-89, 1998.
  149. Blackwell KT, Vogl TP, Alkon DL: Pattern matching in a model of dendritic spines. Network-Computer Neural Networks9:107-121, 1998.
  150. Gibson GE, Vestling M, Zhang H, Szolosi S, Alkon DL, Lannfelt L, Gandy S, Cowburn RF: Abnormalities in Alzheimer’s disease fibroblasts bearing the APP670/671 mutation. Neurobiology of Aging18:573-580, 1997.
  151. Blackwell KT, Vogl TP, Dettmar HP, Brown MA, Barbour GS, Alkon DL: Identification of faces obscured by noise-comparison of an artificial neural network with human observers. Journal Experimental and Theoretical Artificial Intelligence9: 491-508, 1997.
  152. de Barry J, Kawahara S, Takamura K, Janoshazi A, Kirino Y, Olds JL, Lester DS, Alkon DL, Yoshioka T: Time-resolved imaging of protein kinase C activation during sea urchin egg fertilization. Experimental Cell Research234:115-24, 1997.
  153. Nelson, T.N.Alkon DL: Biochemistry of molluscan learning and memory. Bioessays 19: 1045-1053, 1997.
  154. Ascoli GA, Luu KX, Olds JL, Nelson TJ, Gusev PA, Bertucci C, Bramanti E, Raffaelli A, Salvadori P, Alkon DL: Secondary structure and Ca2+-induced conformational change of Calexcitin, a learning-associated protein. J Biol Chem 272: 24771-24779, 1997.
  155. Cavallaro S, Meiri N, Yi C-L, Musco S, Ma W, Goldberg J, Alkon DL: Late memory- related genes in the hippocampus revealed by RNA fingerprinting. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA94: 9669-9673, 1997.
  156. Meiri N, Ghelardini C, Tesco G, Galeotti N, Dahl D, Tomsic D, Cavallaro S, Quattrone Capaccioli S, Bartolini A, Alkon DL:Reversible antisense inhibition of Shaker-like Kv1.1 potassium channel expression impairs associative memory in mouse and rat. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 94:4430-4434, 1997.
  157. Alkon DL, Elbaum D, Etcheberrigaray R: Peripheral Membrane Abnormalities in Alzheimer’s Disease. Neurobiology of Aging18: 262, 1997.
  158. Schreurs BG, Tomsic D, Gusev, PA, Alkon DL: Dendritic excitability microzones and occluded long-term depression after classical conditioning of the rabbit’s nictating membrane response. J Neurophysiol.77: 86-92, 1997.
  159. Schachter JB, Lester D, Alkon DL: Synergistic activation of protein kinase C by arachidonic acid and diacyglycerols in vitro: generation of a stable membrane-bound, cofactor-independent state of protein kinase C activity. Biochemica et Biophysica Acta1291: 167-176, 1996.
  160. Etcheberrigaray R, Payne JL,Alkon DL: Soluble b-amyloid induces Alzheimer disease features in human fibroblasts and in neuronal tissues. Lifesciences 59: 491-8, 1996.
  161. Hirashima N, Etcheberrigaray R, Bergamaschi S, Racchi M, Battaini F, Binetti G, Govoni S, Alkon DL: Calcium responses in human fibroblasts: A diagnostic molecular profile for Alzheimer’s disease fibroblasts. Neurobiology of Aging17:4, 549-555, 1996.
  162. Nelson T, Cavallaro S, Yi CL, McPhie D, Schreurs BG, Gusev P, Favit A, Zohar O, Kim J, Beushausen S, Ascoli G, Olds JL, Neve R, Alkon DL: Calexcitin: A signaling protein that binds calcium, inhibits potassium channels and enhances membrane excitability. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA93:24, 13808-13813, 1996.
  163. Dettmar HP, Barbour GS, Blackwell KT, Vogl TP, Alkon DL, Fry FS Jr, Totah JE, Chanbers TL: Orange juice classification with biologically based neural network. Computers and Chemistry20: 261-6, 1995.
  164. Schreurs BG, Oh MM, Alkon DL: Pairing-specific long-term depression of Purkinje cell excitatory postsynaptic potentials results from a classical conditioning procedure in the rabbit cerebellar slice. J Neurophysiology.75: 1051-60, 1996.
  165. Collin C, Devane WA, Dahl D, Lee CJ, Axelrod, Alkon DL: Long-term synaptic transformation of hippocampal CA1 γ-aminobutyric acid synapses and the effect of anandamide. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 93, 10167-10171, 1995.
  166. Olds JL, Favit A, Nelson T, Ascoli G, Gerstein A, Cameron M. Cameron L, Lester DS, Rakow T, DeBarry J, Yoshioka T, Freyberg Z, Alkon DL: Imaging protein kinase C activation in living sea urchin eggs after fertilization. J Develop Biology172: 675-82, 1995.
  167. Luo YQ, Hirashima N, Li YH, Alkon DL, Sunderland T, Etcheberrigaray R, Wolozin B: Physiological levels of beta-amyloid increases tyrosine phosphorylation and cytosolic calcium. Molecular Brain Research681: 65-74, 1995.
  168. Wolozin B, Hirashima N, Luo YQ, Li YH, Alkon DL, Etcheberrigaray R, Sunderland T: Transforming growth factor B induces α beta-responsive calcium fluxes in neurons. Neuroreport 6: 1429-33, 1995.
  169. Nelson T, Alkon DL: Phosphorylation of the conditioning-associated GTP-binding protein cp20 by protein kinase C. J Neurochem.65: 2350-7, 1995.
  170. Golski S, Olds JL, Mishkin M, Olton D, Alkon DL: Protein kinase C in the hippocampus is altered by spatial but not cued discriminations: A component task analysis. Brain Research676: 53-62, 1995.
  171. Kim CS, Han Y-H, Etcheberrigaray R, Nelson TJ, Olds JL, Yoshioka T, Alkon DL: Alzheimer’s and β-amyloid treated fibroblasts demonstrate a decrease in a memory- associated GTP-binding protein, cp20. Proc Natl Acad SciUSA 92: 3060-4, 1995.
  172. Wang L, Alkon DL: An artificial neural network system for temporal-spatial sequence processing. Pattern Recognition28: 1267-76, 1995.
  173. Alkon DL: Molecular mechanisms of associative memory and their clinical implications. Behavioral Brain Research66: 151-60, 1995.
  174. Schreurs BG, Oh MM, Hirashima C, Alkon DL: Conditioning-specific modification of the rabbit’s unconditioned nictitating membrane response. Behavioral Neurosci.109: 24-33, 1995.
  175. Huang H-M, Martins R, Gandy, S, Etcheberrigaray R, Ito E, Alkon DL, Blass J, Gibson G: Use of cultured fibroblasts in elucidating the pathophysiology and diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. Annals NY Acad Sci.747: 225-44, 1994.
  176. Sakakibara M, Alkon DL, Kouchi T, Inoue H, Yoshioka T: Induction of photoresponse by the hydrolysis of polyphorphoinositides in the Hermissendatype B photoreceptor. Biochem Biophys Res Comm. 202: 299-306, 1994.
  177. Blackwell KT, Vogl TP, Alkon DL: Pattern discrimination in an impedance matching model of dendrites. J Neurosci.20: 1209, 1994.
  178. Alkon DL, Blackwell KT, Barbour GS, Werness SA, Vogl TP: Biological plausibility of synaptic associative memory models. Neural Networks7: 1005-17, 1994.
  179. Lester DS, Olds JL, Alkon DL, Huddie PL, Youstra S, Schreurs B: Incorporation of fluorescent lipids into living rabbit hippocampal and cerebellar slices. Neuroimage1: 264-75, 1994.
  180. Etcheberrigaray R, Gibson GE, Alkon DL: Molecular mechanisms of memory and the pathophysiology of Alzheimer’s disease. Annals of NY Academy of Sci747: 245-55, 1994.
  181. Bramham CR, Alkon DL, Lester DS: Arachidonic acid and diacyglycerol act synergistically through protein kinase C to persistently enhance synaptic transmission in the hippocampus. 60: 737-43, 1994.
  182. Olds JL, Bahalla US, McPhie DL, Lester DS, Bower JM, Alkon DL: Lateralization of membrane-associated protein kinase C in rat piriform cortex: specific to operant training cues in the olfactory modality. Beh Brain Res61: 37-46, 1994.
  183. Nelson TJ, Yoshioka T, Toyoshima S, Han YF, Alkon DL: Characterization of a GTP-binding protein implicated in both memory storage and interorganelle vesicle transport. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA91: 9287-91, 1994.
  184. Ito E, Oka K, Etcheberrigaray R, Nelson TJ, McPhie D, Tofel-Grehl B, Gibson GE, Alkon DL: Internal Ca2+mobilization is altered in fibroblasts from patients with Alzheimer disease. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 91: 534-8, 1994.
  185. Etcheberrigaray R, Ito E, Kim S, Alkon DL: Soluble β-amyloid induction of Alzheimer’s phenotype for human fibroblast K+Science 264: 276-9, 1994.
  186. Irvine JM, Blackwell KT, Alkon DL, Vogl TP: Angular separation in neural networks. J Artificial Neural Networks1:167-80, 1994.
  187. Ito E, Oka K, Collin C, Schreurs BG, Sakakibara M, Alkon DL: Intracellular calcium signals are enhanced for days after Pavlovian conditioning. J Neurochem.90: 8209-13, 1994.
  188. Alkon DL, Collin C, Ito E. Lee CJ, Nelson TJ, Oka K, Sakaibara M, Schreurs BG, Yoshioka T: Molecular and biophysical steps in the storage of associative memory. Annals NY Acad Sci.707: 500-4, 1993.
  189. Werness SA, Fay SD, Blackwell TP, Volgl TO, Alkon DL: Associative learning in a network model of Hermissenda Crassicornis. II. Experiments. Biol Cybernet.69: 19-28, 1993.
  190. Etcheberrigaray R, Ito E, Oka K, Tofel-Grehl B, Gibson GE, Alkon DL: Potassium channel dysfunction in fibroblasts identifies patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA90: 8209-13, 1993.
  191. Schreurs BG, Alkon DL: Rabbit cerebellar slice analysis of long-term depression and its role in classical conditioning. Brain Res.631: 235-40, 1993.
  192. Alkon DL, Etcheberrigaray R, Rojas E: Distribution of voltage sensors in mammalian outer hair cells. Biophysical J. 65: 1755-6, 1993.
  193. Craig AM, Olds JL, Schreurs BG, Scharenberg AM, Alkon DL: Quantitative distribution of protein kinase C α, β, γ and ε mRNAs in the hippocampus of control and nictitating membrane conditioned rabbits. Mol Brain Res. 19: 269-76, 1993.
  194. Olds JL, Alkon DL: Protein kinase C: A nexus in the biochemical events that underlie associative learning. Acta Neurobiol.53: 197-207, 1993.
  195. Sunayashiki-Kusuzaki K. Lester DS, Schreurs BG, Alkon DL: Associative learning potentiates protein kinase C activation in synaptosomes of the rabbit hippocampus. Proc Natl Acad Med USA90: 4286-9, 1993.
  196. Hopp HP, Alkon DL: Different ionic conductances are modulated during the late eceptor potential and the prolonged depolarizing after potential in Hermissendatype A photoreceptor. J Comp Physiol 172: 47-55, 1993.
  197. Alkon DL, Anderson MJ, Kuzirian AJ, Rogers DF, Fass DM, Collin C, Nelson TJ, Kapetanovic IM, Matzel LD: GABA-mediated synaptic interaction between the visual and vestibular pathways of HermissendaJ Neurochem61: 556-66, 1993.
  198. Etcheberrigaray R, Ito E, Oka K, Tofel-Grehl B, Gibson GE, Alkon DL: New implications of memory mechanisms for Alzheimer’s disease. Neurosci Res Comm13: S7-10, 1993.
  199. Connor JH, Olds JL, Lester DS, McPhie DL, Senft SL, Johnston JA, Alkon DL: Heterogeneous distribution of fluorescent phorbol ester signal in living sea urchin embryos. Biol Bull.183: 365-66, 1992.
  200. Sanchez-Andres JV, Olds JL, Alkon DL: Gated informational transfer with the mammalian hippocampus: A new hypothesis. Behav Brain Res.54:111-6, 1993.
  201. Sakakibara M, Ikeno H, Usui S, Collin C, Alkon DL: Reconstruction of ionic currents in a molluscan photoreceptor. Biophys J.65: 519-27, 1993.
  202. McPhie DL, Matzel LD, Olds JL, Lester DS, Kuzirian AM, Alkon DL: Cell specificity of molecular changes during memory storage. J Neurochem.60: 646-51, 1993.
  203. Collin C, Ito E, Oka K, Alkon DL: The role of calcium in prolonged modification of GABA-ergic synapse. J Physiol,Paris 86: 139-45, 1992.
  204. Moshiach S, Nelson TJ, Sanchez-Andres JV, Sakakibara M, Alkon DL: A G-protein affects retrograde axonal transport. Brain Res. 605: 298-304, 1992.
  205. Schreurs BG, Sanchez-Andres JV, Alkon DL: GABA-induced responses in Purkinje-cell dendrites of the rabbit cerebellar slice. Brain Res597: 99-107, 1992.
  206. Vogl TP, Blackwell KT, Barbour GS, Alkon DL: Dynamically stable associative learning (Dystal): A neurobiologically based ANN and its applications. Proceedings SPIEs O/E Aerospace Sensing Tech Conf1710, 165-76, 1992.
  207. Werness SA, Fay SD, Blackwell KT, Vogl TP, Alkon DL: Associative learning in a network model of Hermissenda crassicornis. I. Theory. Biological Cybernetics68: 125-33, 1992.
  208. Alkon DL, Sanchez-Andres JV, Ito E, Oka K, Yoshioka T, Collin C: Long-term transformation of an inhibitory into an excitatory GABA-ergic synaptic response. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA89: 11862-6, 1992.
  209. Matzel LD, Collin C, Alkon DL: Biophysical and behavioral correlates of memory storage, degradation, and reactivation. Behav Neurosci, 106, 954-63, 1992.
  210. Etcheberrigaray R, Matzel LD, Lederhendler II, Alkon DL: Classical conditioning and protein kinase C activation regulate the same single potassium channel in Hermissenda crassicornis Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 89: 7184-8, 1992.
  211. Barbour GS, Blackwell K, Busse T, Alkon DL, Vogl TP: Dystal: A self-organizing ANN with pattern-independent training time. Proceedings IJCNN, 814-9, 1992.
  212. Blackwell KT, Vogl TP, Hyman SD, Barbour GS, Alkon DL: A new approach to hand- written character recognition. Pattern Recognition25: 655-66, 1992.
  213. Olton DS, Golski S, Gorman LK, Olds JL, Alkon DL, Mishkin M: Behaviorally-induced changes in the neural activity of the hippocampus. Brain Res Review16: 193-220, 1991.
  214. Alkon DL, Amaral DG, Bear MF, Black J, Carew TJ, Cohen NJ, Disterhoft JF, Eichenbaum H, Golski S, Gorman LK: Learning and Memory: FESN Study Group. Brain Res Review 16: 193-220, 1991.
  215. Scharenberg AM, Olds JL, Schreurs BG, Craig AM, Alkon DL: Protein kinase C redistribution within CA3 stratum oriens during acquisition of nictitating membrane conditioning in the rabbit. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA88: 6637-41, 1991.
  216. Nelson T, Alkon DL: GTP-binding proteins and potassium channels involved in synaptic plasticity and learning. Molec Neurobiol.5:315-28, 1991.
  217. Etcheberrigaray R, Huddie PL, Alkon DL: Gigoahm single channel recording from isolated HermissendaType B photoreceptors. J Exper Biol. 156: 619-23, 1991.
  218. Sanchez-Andres JV, Alkon DL: Voltage-clamp analysis of the effect of classical conditioning on the hippocampus. J Neurophysiol.65: 796-807, 1991.
  219. Nelson T, Sanchez-Andres JV, Schreurs B, Alkon DL: Classical Conditioning-induced changes in low-molecular weight GTP-binding proteins in rabbit hippocampus. J Neurochem57: 2065-9, 1991.
  220. Lester DS, Collin C, Etcheberrigaray R, Alkon DL: Arachidonic acid and diacylglycerol act synergistically to activate protein kinase C in vivoand in vitroBiochem Biophys Res Comm. 179: 1522-8, 1991.
  221. Hyman SD, Vogl TP, Blackwell KT, Barbour GS, Irvine JM, Alkon DL: Classification of Japanese kanji using principal component analysis as a preprocessor to an artificial neural network. Proceedings IJCNN, 233-8, 1991.
  222. Vogl TO, Blackwell KL, Hyman SD, Barbour GS, Alkon DL: Classification of handwritten digits and Japanese kanji. Proceedings IJCNN, 97-102, 1991.
  223. Matzel LD, Alkon DL: Contiguous synaptic activity and post synaptic calcium enhances excitability in identified Hermissenda Symposium on Molluscan Neurobiology. Amsterdam: Elsevier, North Holland, 142-50, 1991.
  224. Lester DS, Alkon DL: Activation of protein kinase C phosphorylation pathways: an integral component of associative memory processes. Prog Brain Res89:235-48, 1991.
  225. Matzel LD, Alkon DL: GABA-induced potentiation of neuronal excitability occurs during continguous pairings with postsynaptic calcium. Brain Res554: 77-84, 1991.
  226. Olds JL, Alkon DL: A role for protein kinase C in associative learning. The New Biologist3: 27-35, 1991.
  227. Schreurs BG, Sanchez-Andres JV, Alkon DL: Learning-specific differences in Purkinje-cell dendrites of lobule HVI (lobulus simplex): intracellular recording in a rabbit cerebellar slice. Brain Res548: 18-22, 1991.
  228. Alkon DL: Molecular mechanisms of memory and drug dependence. In:Proceedings of ISBRA/RSA 1990 Congress, Alcohol & Alcoholism. Kalant H (Editor). Oxford, England: Pergamon Press, 35-37, 1991.
  229. Matzel LD, Lederhendler II, Alkon DL: Regulation of short-term associative memory by calcium-dependent protein kinase. J Neurosci10:2300-7, 1990.
  230. Collin C, Papageorge AG, Lowy DR, Alkon DL: Early enhancement of calcium currents by H-ras oncoproteins injected into HermissendaScience 250: 1743-5, 1990.
  231. Olds JL, Golski S, McPhie DL, Olton D, Mishkin M, Alkon DL: Discrimination learning alters the distribution of protein kinase C in the hippocampus of rats. J Neurosci10: 3707-13, 1990.
  232. Matzel LD, Schreurs B, Alkon DL: Pavlovian conditioning of distinct components of Hermissendaresponse to rotation. Behav Neural Biol. 54:131-45, 1990.
  233. Matzel LD, Schreurs B, Lederhendler I, Alkon DL: Acquisition of a conditioned associations in Hermissenda: Additive effects of contiguity and the forward inter stimulus interval. Behav Neuro Sci. 104: 597-606, 1990.
  234. Schreurs BG, Alkon DL: US-US conditioning of the rabbit’s nictitating membrane response: emergence of a conditioned response without alpha conditioning.Psychobiology 18: 312-20, 1990.
  235. Collin C, Papageorge AG, Sakakibara M, Huddie PL, Lowy DR, Alkon DL: Early regulation of membrane excitability by ras oncogene proteins. Biophysical J.58: 785-790, 1990.
  236. Alkon DL, Ikeno H, Dworkin J, McPhie DL, Olds JL, Lederhendler I, Matzel L, Schreurs BG, Kuzirian A, Collin C, Yamoah E: Contraction of neuronal branching volume: An anatomic correlate of Pavlovian conditioning. Proc Natl Acad SciUSA 87: 1611-14, 1990.
  237. Olds JL, Alkon DL: Imaging memory—molecular approaches to tracking the engram. Bio Chem HS371:905, 1990.
  238. Vogl TP, Blackwell KT, Alkon DL: Has the conservation of associative learning mechanisms through evolution produced a network design that minimizes computational burden. Proceedings of First International Symposium on Synaptic Plasticity and Biocomputing. Maruzen Publishing Co. Japan, 1990.
  239. Scharenberg A, Olds JL, Schreurs B, Craig AM, Alkon DL: Protein kinase C redistribution within CA3 stratum oriens during acquisition of nictitating membrane conditioning in the rabbit. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA88:6637-41, 1990.
  240. Lederhendler I, Collin C, Alkon DL: Sequential changes of potassium currents in HermissendaType B photoreceptor during early stages of classical conditioning. Neurosci Letters 110: 28-33, 1990.
  241. Alkon DL: Biophysics of Memory. Prog Clin Biol Res. 334: 273-277, 1990.
  242. Lederhendler II, Etcheberrigaray R, Yamoah E, Matzel LD, Alkon DL: Outgrowths from Hermissendaphotoreceptor somata are associated with activation of protein kinase C. Brain Res. 534 (1-2): 195-200, 1990.
  243. Nelson T, Alkon DL: Specific high-molecular weight mRNAs induced by associative learning inHermissendaProc Natl Acad Sci USA 87: 269-273, 1990.
  244. Alkon DL, Blackwell KT, Barbour GS, Rigler AK, Vogl TP: Pattern recognition by an artificial network derived from biological neuronal systems. Biol Cybern62: 363-376, 1990.
  245. Nelson T, Collin C, Alkon DL: Isolation of a G protein that is modified by learning and reduces potassium currents inHermissendaScience 247: 1479-1483, 1990.
  246. Alkon DL, Nelson T: Specificity of molecular changes in neurons involved in memory storage. FASEB Reviews4: 1567-76, 1990.
  247. Akase E, Disterhoft JF, Alkon DL: Hippocampal lesions impair memory of short-delay conditioned eye blink in rabbits. Behav Neurosci5: 935-43, 1989.
  248. Nelson T, Alkon DL: Protein changes underlying long-term facilitation inAplysiaBioessays 11: 106-108, 1989.
  249. Nelson TJ, Alkon DL: Specific Protein Changes During Memory Acquisition and Storage. BioEssays10: 75-80, 1989.
  250. Olds JL, Anderson M, McPhie DL, Staten L, Alkon DL: Imaging of memory-specific changes in the distribution of protein kinase c in the hippocampus. Science 245: 866-869, 1989.
  251. Lederhendler I, Alkon DL: The interstimulus interval and classical conditioning in HermissendaBehav Brain Research35: 75-80, 1988.
  252. Bank B, LoTurco J, Alkon DL: Learning induced activation of protein kinase C: A molecular memory trace. Mol Neurobiology3: 55-70, 1989.
  253. Alkon DL: Memory storage and neural systems. Scientific American 260: 42-50, 1989.
  254. Alkon DL: Eldred K: The nature of memory. Endeavour13: 29-33, 1989.
  255. Alkon DL, Olds J, Nelson T: The physical reality of memory. Proc of the Takeda Science Foundation, 1989.
  256. Bank B, Nelson, T, Alkon DL: Molecular mechanisms of associative learning in mammal and mollusc.. J Physiology, Paris83: 119-25, 1988-1989.
  257. Coulter DA, LoTurco J, Kubota M, Disterhoft JF, Moore JW, Alkon DL: Classical conditioning reduces amplitude and duration of calcium-dependent after hyperpolarization in rabbit hippocampal pyramidal cells. J Neurophysiol. 61: 971-981, 1989.
  258. Vogl TP, Mangis JK, Rigler AK, Zink WT, Alkon DL: Accelerating the convergence of the back-propagation method. Bio Cybernetics59:257-263, 1988.
  259. Collin C, Ikeno H, Harrigan J, Lederhendler I, Alkon DL: Sequential Modification of membrane currents induced by classical conditioning. Biophysical J.54: 955-961, 1988.
  260. Alkon DL, Naito S, Kubota M, Chen Bank B, Smallwood J, Gallant P, Rasmussen H: Regulation of Hermissenda K+channels by cytoplasmic and membrane-associated C-kinase, J Neurochem. 51: 903-917, 1988.
  261. Nelson T, Alkon DL: Specific protein changes during associative learning and memory. Bioessays 10: (2 & 3) 75-80, 1989.
  262. Nelson T, Alkon DL: Prolonged RNA changes in the Hermissendaeye induced by classical conditioning. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 85: 7800-7804, 1988.
  263. Disterhoft JF, Golden, DT, Read HL, Coulter DA, Alkon DL: AHP reductions in rabbit hippocampal neurons during conditioning correlate with acquisition of the learned response, Brain Research 462,118-125, 1988.
  264. Alkon DL: Cellular substrates of associative memory in mollusk and mammal. Symposia Biologica Hungarica 36, 509-518, 1988.
  265. LoTurco JL, Coulter DA, Alkon DL: Enhancement of synaptic potentials in rabbit CA1 pyramidal neurons following classical conditioning. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA85(5): 1672-1676, 1988.
  266. Alkon DL, Rasmussen H: A spatial-temporal model of cell activation. Science 239: 998-1005, 1988.
  267. Bank B, DeWeer A, Kuzirian AM, Rasmussen H, Alkon DL: Classical conditioning induces long-term translocation of protein kinase C in rabbit hippocampal CA1 Cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA85: 1988-1992, 1988.
  268. Naito S, Bank B, Alkon DL: Transient and persistent depolarization-induced changes of protein phosphorylation in a molluscan nervous system. J Neurochem.50: 704-711, 1988.
  269. Alkon DL, Naito S: Long term synergistic regulation of ionic channels by C-kinase and Ca2+/CAM-Type II kinase. Adv Experimental Biol. 221: 275-290,
  270. Alkon DL, Bank B, Naito S, Chen C, Ram J: Inhibition of protein synthesis prolongs Ca2+- mediated reduction of K+currents in molluscan neurons. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 84: 6948-6952, 1987.
  271. Lederhendler I, Alkon DL: Associatively reduced withdrawal from shadows in Hermissenda: a direct behavioral analog of photoreceptor responses to brief light steps. Behav Neural Biol. 47: 227-249, 1987.
  272. Farley J, Alkon DLIn vitroassociative conditioning of Hermissenda: cumulative depolarization of type B photoreceptors and short-term associative behavioral changes. J Neurophysiol. 57: 1639-1668, 1987.
  273. Kuzirian AM, Ban B, Loturco J, Alkon DL: Autoradiography utilizing 3H-phorbol esters is potentially useful for cellular analysis of C-kinase ability in hippocampus slices. Biol Bull. 173: 443-444, 1987
  274. Lederhendler I, Alkon DL: Implicating causal relations between cellular function and learning behavior. Behav Neurosci 100(6): 833-838, 1986.
  275. Neary JT, Naito S, De Weer A, Alkon DL: Ca2+/diacylglycerol-activated, phospholipid- dependent protein kinase in the Hermissenda CNS J Neurochem. 47(5): 1405-1411, 1986.
  276. Sakakibara M, Collin C, Kuzirian A, Alkon DL, Heldman E, Naito S, Lederhendler I: Effects of alpha 2-adrenergic agonists and antagonists on photoreceptor membrane currents. J Neurochem.50(5): 797-803, 1986.
  277. Alkon DL, Naito S: Biochemical mechanisms of memory storage. J Physiol. Paris 81: 252-260, 1986.
  278. Alkon DL, Sakakibara M, Naito S, Heldman E, Lederhendler I: The role of neurochemical modulation in learning. Neurosci Res.6: 487-497, 1986.
  279. Sakakibara M, Alkon DL, DeLorenzo R, Goldenring JR, Neary JT, Heldman E: Modulation of calcium-mediated inactivation of ionic currents by Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II. Biophys J. 50: 319-327, 1986.
  280. Lederhendler I, Gart S, Alkon DL: Classical conditioning in Hermissenda: Origin of a new response. J Neurosci.6:(5): 1325-1331, 1986.
  281. Harrigan JF, Crow TJ, Kuzirian AM, Alkon DL: Behavioral, electrophysiological and morphological investigations of statocyst function in the nudibranch mollusc Hermissenda crassicornisBiol Bull. 170: 305-320, 1986.
  282. Kuzirian AM, Meyhofer E, Hill L, Neary JT, Alkon DL: High resolution autoradiographic measurement of tritiated agmatine as an indicator of physiologic activity in Hermissenda visual and vestibular neurons. J Neurocytol 15:629-643, 1986.
  283. Neary JT, Alkon DL: Protein phosphorylation and associative learning in Acta Biochim Biophys Hung21:159-176, 1986.
  284. Alkon DL, Neary JT, Naito S, Coulter D, Kubota M, Rasmussen H: C-kinase activation prolongs CA-dependent inactivation of K currents. Biochem Biophys Res Commun . 134:1245-1253, 1986.
  285. Sakakibara M, Alkon DL, Neary JT, Heldman E, Gould R: Inositol trisphosphate regulation of photoreceptor membrane currents. Biophys J. 50, 797-803, 1986.
  286. Disterhoft JF, Coulter DA, Alkon DL: Conditioning-specific membrane changes of rabbit hippocampal neurons measured in vitroProc Natl Acad Sci USA, 83,2733-7, 1986.
  287. Lederhendler I, Alkon DL: The role of graviception in classically conditioned visual responses of the marine snail Hermissenda. Biol Sciences in Space, 209-216, 1986.
  288. Sakakibara M, Alkon DL, Watanabe S: Biophysical and biochemical mechanisms for long- term adaptive modifications of a molluscan visual-vestibular network. Biol Sciences in Space, 199-208, 1986.
  289. Alkon DL, Sakakibara M, Forman R, Harrigan J, Lederhendler I, Farley J: Reduction of two voltage-dependent K currents mediates retention of a learned association. Behav Neural Biol. 44: 278-300, 1985.
  290. Alkon DL, Sakakibara M: Calcium activates and inactivates a photoreceptor soma K current. Biophys J. 48:983-995, 1985.
  291. Harrigan JF, Alkon DL: Individual variation in associative learning of the nudibranch mollusc Hermissenda crassicornis. Biol Bull. 168:222-238, 1985.
  292. Goh Y, Lederhendler I, Alkon DL: Input and output changes of an identified neural pathway are correlated with associative learning in J Neurophysiol. 5: 536-543, 1985.
  293. Farley J, Alkon DL: Cellular mechanisms of learning, memory, and information storage. Ann Rev Psychol. 36:419-494, 1985.
  294. Woody CD, Alkon DL, Hay B: Depolarization-induced effects of Ca2+-calmodulin- dependent protein kinase injection, in vivo, in single neurons of cat motor cortex. Brain Res. 321: 192-197, 1984.
  295. Alkon DL: Calcium-mediated reduction of ionic currents: A biophysical memory trace. Science 226: 1037-1045, 1984.
  296. Goh Y, Alkon DL: Sensory, interneuronal and motor interactions within Hermissenda visual pathway. J Neurophysiol.52: 156-169, 1984.
  297. Alkon DL: Changes of membrane channels during learning. J Exp Biol. 112:95-112, 1984.
  298. Alkon DL, Farley J, Sakakibara M, Hay B: Voltage-dependent calcium and calcium- activated potassium currents of a molluscan photoreceptor. Biophys J.46: 605-614, 1984.
  299. Acosta-Urquidi J, Alkon DL, Neary JT: Ca2+-calmodulin-dependent protein kinase injection in a photoreceptor mimics biophysical effects of associative learning in Science224: 1254-1257, 1984.
  300. Connor J, Alkon DL: Light-and voltage-dependent increases of calcium ion concentration in molluscan photoreceptors. J Neurophysiol.51: 745-752, 1984.
  301. Leibovitz L, Kuzirian A, Harrigan J, Schott EF, Lederhendler I,, Alkon DL: An epizootic disease-complex of wild and laboratory-maintained Hermissenda crassicornisBiol Bull.165, 1983.
  302. Neary JT, Alkon DL: Protein phosphorylation/dephosphorylation and the transient, voltage-dependent potassium conductance in Hermissenda crassicornisJ Biol Chem. 258: 8979 -8983, 1983.
  303. Farley J, Richards WG, Ling LJ, Liman E, Alkon DL: Membrane changes in a single photoreceptor cause associative learning inHermissendaScience 221: 1201-1203, 1983.
  304. Alkon DL: Regenerative changes of voltage-dependent Ca, and K currents encode a learned stimulus association. J Physiol. Paris78: 700-706, 1982-1983.
  305. Alkon DL: Intersensory convergence: A prerequisite for primary membrane changes of molluscan associative learning. Fortschritte der Zoologie, 28, 354-363, 1983.
  306. Alkon DL: Learning in a marine snail. Scientific American 249: 70-84, 1983.
  307. Alkon DL, Acosta-Urquidi J, Olds J, Kuzma G, Neary J: Protein kinase injection reduces voltage-dependent potassium currents. Science 219: 303-306, 1983.
  308. Alkon DL: Sensory function of cilia. J Submicrosc Cytol. 15: 173-176, 1983.
  309. Alkon DL: The role of statocyst sensory cilia in mechanotransduction. J Submicrosc Cytol. 15: 145-150, 1983.
  310. Alkon DL, Shoukimas JJ, Heldman E: Calcium-mediated decrease of a voltage-dependent potassium current. Biophys J. 40:245-250, 1982.
  311. West A, Barnes E, Alkon DL: Primary changes of voltage responses during retention of associative learning. J Neurophysiol. 48: 1243-1255, 1982.
  312. Takeda T, Alkon DL: Correlated receptor and motorneuron changes during retention of associative learning of Hermissenda crassicornis. Comp Biochem Physiol. 73: 151-157, 1982.
  313. Tabata M, Alkon DL: Positive synaptic feedback in visual system of nudibranch mollusk HermissendaJ Neurophysiol. 48: 174-191, 1982.
  314. Farley J, Alkon DL: Associative neural and behavioral change inHermissenda: Consequences of nervous system orientation for light and pairing specificity. J Neurophysiol. 48: 785-807, 1982.
  315. Senft SS, Allen RD, Crow T, Alkon DL: Optical sectioning of HRP stained molluscan neurons. J Neurosci Methods 5: 153-159, 1982.
  316. Alkon DL, Lederhendler I, Shoukimas JJ: Primary changes of membrane currents during retention of associative learning. Science 215: 693-695, 1982.
  317. Neary JT, Crow T, Alkon DL: Change in a specific phosphoprotein band following associative learning in Nature293: 658-660, 1981.
  318. Jerussi TP, Alkon DL: Ocular and extraocular responses of identifiable neurons in pedal ganglia of Hermissenda crassicornis. J Neurophysiol. 46: 659-671, 1981.
  319. Kuzirian AM, Alkon DL, Harris L: An infraciliary network in statocyst hair cells. J Neurocytol. 10: 497-514, 1981.
  320. Grossman Y, Schmidt JA, Alkon DL: Calcium-dependent potassium conductance in the photoresponse of a nudibranch mollusc. Comp Biochem Physiol. 68A: 487-494, 1981.
  321. Akaike T, Alkon DL: Sensory convergence on central visual neurons in HermissendaJ Neurophysiol.44: 501-513, 1980.
  322. Stommel EW, Stephens RE, Alkon DL: Motile statocyst cilia transmit rather than directly transduce mechanical stimuli. J Cell Biol. 87: 652-662, 1980.
  323. Alkon DL: Cellular analysis of a gastropod (Hermissenda crassicornis) model of associative learning. Biol Bull. 159: 505-560, 1980.
  324. Alkon DL: Membrane depolarization accumulates during acquisition of an associative behavioral change. Science 210: 1375-1376, 1980.
  325. Farley J, Alkon DL: Neural organization predicts stimulus specificity for a retained associative behavioral change. Science210: 1373-1375, 1980.
  326. Crow TJ, Alkon DL: Associative behavioral modification inHermissenda: Cellular correlates. Science 209: 412-414, 1980.
  327. Lederhendler II, Barnes ES, Alkon DL: Complex responses to light of the nudibranch Hermissenda crassicornis(Gastropoda: Opisthobranchia). Behav Neural Biol. 28: 218- 230, 1980.
  328. Alkon DL: Voltage dependent calcium and potassium ion conductances: A contingency mechanism for an associative learning model. Science205: 810-816, 1979.
  329. Crow, TJ, Heldman E, Hacopian V, Enos R, Alkon DL: Ultrastructure of photoreceptors in the eye of Hermissenda labeled with intracellular injections of horseradish peroxidase. J Neurocytol. 8: 181-195, 1979.
  330. Grossman Y, Alkon DL, Heldman E: A common origin of voltage noise and generator potentials in statocyst hair cells. J Gen Physiol.73: 23-48, 1979.
  331. Heldman E, Grossman Y, Jerussi TP, Alkon DL: Cholinergic features of photoreceptor synapses in J Neurophysiol. 42: 153-165, 1979.
  332. Crow TJ, Alkon DL: Retention of an associative behavioral change in Science 201: 1239-1241, 1978.
  333. Alkon DL, Grossman Y: Long-lasting depolarization and hyperpolarization in eye of J Neurophysiol. 41: 1328-1342, 1978.
  334. Alkon DL, Grossman Y: Evidence for nonsynaptic neuronal interaction. J Neurophysiol. 41(3): 640-653, 1978.
  335. Harrigan JF, Alkon DL: Larval rearing, metamorphosis, growth and reproduction of the eolid neudibranch Hermissenda crassicornis (Eschscholtz, 1831) (Gastropoda: opisthobranchia). BiolBull. 154: 430-439, 1978.
  336. Alkon DL, Akaike T, Harrigan JF: Interaction of chemosensory, visual and statocyst pathways inHermissenda crassicornis. J Gen Physiol. 71:177-194, 1978.
  337. Heldman E, Alkon DL: Neurotransmitter synthesis in the nervous system of the mollusc HermissendaComp Biochem Physiol. 59C: 117-125, 1978.
  338. DeFelice LJ, Alkon DL: Voltage noise from hair cells during mechanical stimulation. Nature 269: 613-615, 1977.
  339. Alkon DL: Neural modification by paired sensory stimuli. J Gen Physiol. 68: 341-358, 1976.
  340. Alkon DL: Signal transformation with pairing of sensory stimuli. J Gen Physiol. 67: 197- 211, 1976.
  341. Alkon DL: Responses of hair cells to statocyst rotation. J Gen Physiol.66: 507-530, 1975.
  342. Alkon DL: A dual synaptic effect on hair cells in J Gen Physiol. 65: 385- 397, 1975.
  343. Alkon DL: Neural correlates of associative training in J Gen Physiol. 65: 46-56, 1975.
  344. Alkon DL: Sensory interactions in the nudibranch mollusk / HermissendaFed Proc. 33: 1083-1090, 1974.
  345. Alkon DL: Associative training of J Gen Physiol.64: 70-84, 1974.
  346. Detwiler PB, Alkon DL: Hair cell interactions in the statocyst ofJ Gen Physiol. 62: 618-642, 1973.
  347. Alkon DL: Intersensory interactions in J Gen Physiol.62: 185-202, 1973.
  348. Alkon DL: Bak A: Hair cell generator potentials. J Gen Physiol. 61: 619-637, 1973.
  349. Alkon DL: Neural organization of a molluscan visual system. J Gen Physiol. 61: 444- 461, 1973.
  350. Alkon DL: Fuortes MGF: Responses of photoreceptors in HermissendaJ Gen Physiol. 60: 631-649, 1972.
  351. Alkon DL: Parental Deprivation. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica: Supplementum 223, Munksgaard, Copenhagen, 1971.
  352. Alkon DL, Goldberg AS, Green JP, Levi P, Liae K: Fluorophors formed from imidazoles. Analytical Biochem. 40: 192-199, 1971.
  353. Green JP, Alkon DL, Schmidt DE, Szilagyi PIA: Confirmation of acetylcholine in perfusates of the stimulated vagus nerve by pyrolysis-gas chromatography. Life Sciences9: 741-745, 1970.
  354. Alkon DL:Schmidt DE, Green JP, Szilagyi PIA: The release of acetylcholine from the innervated and denervated diaphragm. J Pharm Exper Therapeutics 174(2): 346-349, 1970.
  355. Schmidt DE, Szilagyi PIA, Alkon DL: Green JP: A method for measuring nanogram quantities of acetycholine by pyrolysis-gas chromatography: The demonstration of acetycholine in effluents from the rat phrenic nerve-diaphragm preparation. J Pharm Exper Therapeutics174: 337-345, 1970.
  356. Schmidt DE, Szilagyi PIA, Alkon DL: Green JP: Acetycholine: Its release from neural tissue and its identification by pyrolysis-gas chromatography. Science 165: 1370-1371, 1969.