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Reduction of theta rhythm dissociates grid cell spatial periodicity from directional tuning
MP Brandon, AR Bogaard, CP Libby, MA Connerney, K Gupta, ...
Science 332 (6029), 595-599, 2011
4682011
During running in place, grid cells integrate elapsed time and distance run
BJ Kraus, MP Brandon, RJ Robinson, MA Connerney, ME Hasselmo, ...
Neuron 88 (3), 578-589, 2015
2732015
New and distinct hippocampal place codes are generated in a new environment during septal inactivation
MP Brandon, J Koenig, JK Leutgeb, S Leutgeb
Neuron 82 (4), 789-796, 2014
1882014
The medial entorhinal cortex is necessary for temporal organization of hippocampal neuronal activity
MI Schlesiger, CC Cannova, BL Boublil, JB Hales, EA Mankin, ...
Nature neuroscience 18 (8), 1123-1132, 2015
1872015
Multiple running speed signals in medial entorhinal cortex
JR Hinman, MP Brandon, JR Climer, GW Chapman, ME Hasselmo
Neuron 91 (3), 666-679, 2016
1542016
Segregation of cortical head direction cell assemblies on alternating theta cycles
MP Brandon, AR Bogaard, NW Schultheiss, ME Hasselmo
Nature neuroscience 16 (6), 739-748, 2013
1092013
Linking cellular mechanisms to behavior: entorhinal persistent spiking and membrane potential oscillations may underlie path integration, grid cell firing, and episodic memory
ME Hasselmo, MP Brandon
Neural plasticity 2008 (1), 658323, 2008
842008
Hippocampal neural circuits respond to optogenetic pacing of theta frequencies by generating accelerated oscillation frequencies
I Zutshi, MP Brandon, ML Fu, ML Donegan, JK Leutgeb, S Leutgeb
Current Biology 28 (8), 1179-1188. e3, 2018
802018
A model combining oscillations and attractor dynamics for generation of grid cell firing
ME Hasselmo, MP Brandon
Frontiers in Neural Circuits 6, 30, 2012
782012
Head direction is coded more strongly than movement direction in a population of entorhinal neurons
F Raudies, MP Brandon, GW Chapman, ME Hasselmo
Brain research 1621, 355-367, 2015
772015
Cellular dynamical mechanisms for encoding the time and place of events along spatiotemporal trajectories in episodic memory
ME Hasselmo, LM Giocomo, MP Brandon, M Yoshida
Behavioural brain research 215 (2), 261-274, 2010
572010
Decoding movement trajectories through a T-maze using point process filters applied to place field data from rat hippocampal region CA1
Y Huang, MP Brandon, AL Griffin, ME Hasselmo, UT Eden
Neural computation 21 (12), 3305-3334, 2009
452009
The representation of context in mouse hippocampus is preserved despite neural drift
AT Keinath, CA Mosser, MP Brandon
Nature Communications 13 (1), 2415, 2022
422022
Cholinergic dysfunction in the dorsal striatum promotes habit formation and maladaptive eating
M Favier, H Janickova, D Justo, O Kljakic, L Runtz, JY Natsheh, ...
The Journal of clinical investigation 130 (12), 6616-6630, 2020
382020
DG–CA3 circuitry mediates hippocampal representations of latent information
AT Keinath, A Nieto-Posadas, JC Robinson, MP Brandon
Nature communications 11 (1), 3026, 2020
372020
Head direction cells in the postsubiculum do not show replay of prior waking sequences during sleep
MP Brandon, AR Bogaard, CM Andrews, ME Hasselmo
Hippocampus 22 (3), 604-618, 2012
342012
Disruption of the grid cell network in a mouse model of early Alzheimer’s disease
J Ying, AT Keinath, R Lavoie, E Vigneault, S El Mestikawy, MP Brandon
Nature Communications 13 (1), 886, 2022
332022
A phase code for memory could arise from circuit mechanisms in entorhinal cortex
ME Hasselmo, MP Brandon, M Yoshida, LM Giocomo, JG Heys, ...
Neural Networks 22 (8), 1129-1138, 2009
332009
Path integration in normal aging and Alzheimer’s disease
V Segen, J Ying, E Morgan, M Brandon, T Wolbers
Trends in cognitive sciences 26 (2), 142-158, 2022
292022
Parallel and convergent processing in grid cell, head‐direction cell, boundary cell, and place cell networks
MP Brandon, J Koenig, S Leutgeb
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 5 (2), 207-219, 2014
262014
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