Stephen R Williams
Stephen R Williams
Queensland Brain Institute
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Action potential generation requires a high sodium channel density in the axon initial segment.
MH Kole, SU Ilschner, BM Kampa, SR Williams, PC Ruben, GJ Stuart
Nature Neuroscience 11 (2), 178-186, 2008
5582008
Site Independence of EPSP Time Course Is Mediated by Dendritic Ih in Neocortical Pyramidal Neurons
SR Williams, GJ Stuart
Journal of Neurophysiology 83 (5), 3177-3182, 2000
3822000
Dependence of EPSP efficacy on synapse location in neocortical pyramidal neurons
SR Williams, GJ Stuart
Science 295 (5561), 1907-1910, 2002
3692002
Nonlinear dendritic integration of sensory and motor input during an active sensing task
N Xu, MT Harnett, SR Williams, D Huber, DH O’Connor, K Svoboda, ...
Nature 492 (7428), 247-251, 2012
3652012
Direct measurement of somatic voltage clamp errors in central neurons
SR Williams, SJ Mitchell
Nature neuroscience 11 (7), 790, 2008
3482008
Mechanisms and consequences of action potential burst firing in rat neocortical pyramidal neurons
SR Williams, GJ Stuart
The Journal of Physiology 521 (2), 467-482, 1999
2521999
Role of dendritic synapse location in the control of action potential output
SR Williams, GJ Stuart
Trends in neurosciences 26 (3), 147-154, 2003
2212003
Membrane potential bistability is controlled by the hyperpolarization‐activated current IH in rat cerebellar Purkinje neurons in vitro
SR Williams, SR Christensen, GJ Stuart, M Häusser
The Journal of physiology 539 (2), 469-483, 2002
1982002
On the action of the anti-absence drug ethosuximide in the rat and cat thalamus
N Leresche, HR Parri, G Erdemli, A Guyon, JP Turner, SR Williams, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 18 (13), 4842-4853, 1998
1901998
Action potential backpropagation and somato-dendritic distribution of ion channels in thalamocortical neurons
SR Williams, GJ Stuart
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (4), 1307-1317, 2000
1662000
The ‘window’ component of the low threshold Ca2+ current produces input signal amplification and bistability in cat and rat thalamocortical neurones
SR Williams, TI Toth, JP Turner, SW Hughes, V Crunelli
The Journal of physiology 505 (3), 689-705, 1997
1621997
Spatial compartmentalization and functional impact of conductance in pyramidal neurons
SR Williams
Nature neuroscience 7 (9), 961-967, 2004
1382004
All thalamocortical neurones possess a T‐type Ca2+‘window’ current that enables the expression of bistability‐mediated activities
SW Hughes, DW Cope, TI Toth, SR Williams, V Crunelli
The Journal of physiology 517 (3), 805-815, 1999
1281999
Voltage-and site-dependent control of the somatic impact of dendritic IPSPs
SR Williams, GJ Stuart
Journal of Neuroscience 23 (19), 7358-7367, 2003
1262003
Specificity of synaptic connectivity between layer 1 inhibitory interneurons and layer 2/3 pyramidal neurons in the rat neocortex
C Wozny, SR Williams
Cerebral cortex 21 (8), 1818-1826, 2011
1162011
Electrophysiological and morphological properties of interneurones in the rat dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus in vitro.
SR Williams, JP Turner, CM Anderson, V Crunelli
The Journal of Physiology 490 (1), 129-147, 1996
1091996
Gamma-hydroxybutyrate promotes oscillatory activity of rat and cat thalamocortical neurons by a tonic GABAB receptor-mediated hyperpolarization
SR Williams, JP Turner, V Crunelli
Neuroscience 66 (1), 133-141, 1995
1001995
Potassium channels control the interaction between active dendritic integration compartments in layer 5 cortical pyramidal neurons
MT Harnett, NL Xu, JC Magee, SR Williams
Neuron 79 (3), 516-529, 2013
992013
Backpropagation of physiological spike trains in neocortical pyramidal neurons: implications for temporal coding in dendrites
SR Williams, GJ Stuart
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (22), 8238-8246, 2000
962000
Distribution and function of HCN channels in the apical dendritic tuft of neocortical pyramidal neurons
MT Harnett, JC Magee, SR Williams
The Journal of Neuroscience 35 (3), 1024–1037, 2015
812015
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