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Representative Publications

  1. Allen, D., Bond, C.T., Lujan, R., Ballesteros-Merino, C., Lin, M.T., Wang, K., Watanabe, M., Shigemoto, R., Stackman, R.W., Maylie, J. and Adelman, J.P. (in press). The SK2-Long isoform directs synaptic localization and function of SK2-containing channels. Nature Neuroscience.
  2. Stackman Jr., R.W. (2010). Behavioral correlates of neuronal activity acquired as single-units. Promises and pitfalls as illustrated by the rodent head direction cell signal. In: Electrophysiological Recording Techniques. (Eds: R.P. Vertes and R.W. Stackman Jr.). Neuromethods Series, Vol. 54. Humana Press, Totowa, NJ, pp 127-167.
  3. Vick IV, K.A., Guidi M. and Stackman Jr., R.W. (2010). In vivo pharmacological manipulation of small conductance Ca2+-activated K+channels influences motor behavior, object memory and fear conditioning Neuropharmacology, 58(3), 650-659.Abstract
  4. Stackman Jr., R.W., Bond C.T. and Adelman J.P. (2008). Contextual memory deficits in mice overexpressing small conductance Ca2+-activated K+ channel 2 (KCa2.2, SK2) channels are caused by an encoding deficit. Learning & Memory. 15(4): 208-213. Abstract
  5. Quinn, J.F., Bussiere J.R., Hammond R.S., Montine, T.J., Henson, E., Jones, R.E., and Stackman Jr., R.W. (2007). Chronic dietary alpha-lipoic acid reduces deficits in hippocampal memory of aged Tg2576 mice. Neurobiology of Aging. 28(2): 213-225.Abstract|Article
  6. Hammond, R.S., Bond, C.T., Ngo-Anh, T.J., Adelman, J.P., Maylie, J. and Stackman, R.W. (2006) Small-conductance Ca2+-activated K+ channel 2 (SK2) overexpression impairs hippocampal learning, memory, and synaptic plasticity. Journal of Neuroscience. 26(6): 1844-1853.Abstract | Article
  7. Stackman, R.W. and Zugaro, M.B. (2005). Influences of self-motion cues on head direction cell responses, and outcomes of intermodality cue conflicts. In: Head Direction Cells and the Neural Mechanisms of Spatial Orientation. (S.I. Wiener and J.S. Taube, Eds.), MIT Press, Boston. pp. 137-162.
  8. Taube, J.S., Stackman, R.W., Calton, J. and Oman, C.M. (2004). Rat head direction cell responses in 0-G parabolic flight. Journal of Neurophysiology. 92, 2887-2997.Abstract | Article
  9. Hammond, R.S., Tull, L.E., and Stackman, R.W. (2004). On the delay-dependent involvement of the hippocampus in object memory. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 82, 26-34.Abstract | Article
  10. Stackman, R.W., Golob, E.J., Bassett, J. and Taube, J.S. (2003). Passive transport disrupts directional path integration by rat head direction cells. Journal of Neurophysiology. 90, 2862-2874.Abstract | Article
  11. Stackman, R.W., Hammond, R.S., Linardatos, E., Gerlach, A., Maylie, J., Adelman, J and Tzounopoulos, T. (2002). Small conductance Ca2+-activated K+ channels modulate synaptic plasticity and memory encoding. Journal of Neuroscience. 22, 10163-10171.Abstract | Article
  12. Stackman, R.W., Clark, A.S. and Taube, J.S. (2002). Hippocampal spatial representations require vestibular input. Hippocampus. 12, 291-303.Abstract | Article