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K. Park, M. M. Kohl and J. Kwag*

Memory encoding and retrieval by retrosplenial parvalbumin interneurons are impaired in Alzheimer's disease model mice

Current Biology (2024)

I. B. Lee, E. Lee, N-E Han, M. Slavuj, J. W. Hwang, A. Lee, T. Sun, Y. Jeong, J-H Baik, J-Y Park, S-Y Choi, J. Kwag & B-J. Yoon 

Persistent enhancement of basolateral amygdala-dorsomedial striatum synapse causes obsessive-compulsive disorder-like behaviors in mice

Nature Communications (2024) 

K. Park, Y. Yeo, K. Shin and J. Kwag*

Egocentric vector coding of geoemtric vertex in the retrosplenial cortex

bioRxiv (2023) 

S. Choi, J. Jang, M. Kim, N. Kim, J. Kwag and G. Wang
Flexible Neural Network Realized by the Probabilistic SiO x Memristive Synaptic Array for Energy-Efficient Image Learning
Advanced Science (2022)  


J. Lee and J. Kwag*
Activation of PLC β enhances endocannabinoid mobilization to restore hippocampal spike timing-dependent potentiation and contextual fear memory impaired by Alzheimer’s amyloidosis.
Alzheimer's Research & Therapy (2021)  


A.C.B. Barros* , L.J. Baruchin†, M.C. Panayi†, N. Nyberg, V. Samborska, M.T. Mealing , T. Akam, J. Kwag, D.M. Bannerman and M.M. Kohl*
Retrosplenial cortex is necessary for spatial and non-spatial latent learning in mice
bioRxiv (2021) 


L.Y. Prince†, M.M. Tran†, D. Grey, L. Saad, H. Chasiotis, J. Kwag, M.M. Kohl and B.A. Richards*
Neocortical inhibitory interneuron subtypes are differentially attuned to synchrony- and rate-coded information
Communications Biology (2021)  


J Gwak and J. Kwag*
Distinct subtypes of inhibitory interneurons differentially promote the propagation of rate and temporal codes in the feedforward neural network
Chaos (2020)  


H.J. Jang, H. Chung, J.M. Rowland, B.A. Richards, M.M. Kohl and J. Kwag*
Distinct roles of parvalbumin and somatostatin interneurons in gating the synchronization of spike-times in the neocortex
Science Advances (2020)  


H. Chung†, K. Park†, H.J. Jang, M.M. Kohl, and J. Kwag*
Dissociation of somatostatin and parvalbumin interneurons circuit dysfunctions underlying hippocampal theta and gamma oscillations impaired by amyloid β oligomers in vivo
Brain Structure and Function (2020)  


K. Park†, J. Lee†, H. J. Jang, B. A. Richards, M, M Kohl, and J. Kwag*
Optogenetic activation of parvalbumin and somatostatin interneurons selectively restores theta-nested gamma oscillation and long-term potentiation impairments induced by amyloid β oligomers
BMC Biology (2020)  


S. W. Park†, H. J. Jang†, M. Kim, and J. Kwag*
Spatiotemporally random and diverse grid cell spike patterns contribute to the transformation of grid cell to place cell in a neural network model
PLOS ONE (2019)  


J. Y. Kim, H. J. Kim, M. J. Jang, J. H. Kim, J. Lee, E. Lee, K. Park, H. Kim, J. Lee, J. Kwag, N. Kim, M. Song, H. Kim and W. Sun
BrainFilm, a novel technique for physical compression of 3D brain slices for efficient image acquisition and post-processing
Scientific Report (2018)  


H. J. Jang, K. Park, J. Lee, H. Kim, K. H. Han and J. Kwag*
GABAA receptor-mediated feedforward and feedback inhibition differentially modulate the gain and the neural code transformation in hippocampal CA1 pyramidal cells
Neuropharmacology (2015)  


J. Kwag*, H. J. Jang, M. Kim and S. Lee
M-type potassium conductance controls the emergence of neural phase codes: a combined experimental and neuron modelling study
Journal of the Royal Society Interface (2014)  


M. Borel, S. Guadagna, H. J. Jang, J. Kwag* and O. Paulsen*
Frequency dependence of CA3 spike phase response arising from h-current properties
Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience (2013)  


H. J. Jang, J. Kwag*
GABAA receptor-mediated feedforward and feedback inhibition differentially modulate hippocampal spike timing-dependent plasticity
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications (2012)  


S. J. Lee and J. Kwag*
M-channels modulate the intrinsic excitability and synaptic responses of layer 2/3 pyramidal neurons of auditory cortex
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications (2012)  


J. Kwag* and O. Paulsen
Gating of NMDA receptor-mediated hippocampal spike timing-dependent potentiation by mGluR5
Neuropharmacology (2012)  


S. Park and J. Kwag*
Dendritic-targeting interneuron controls spike timing of CA1 pyramidal neuron via activation of I(h)
Neuroscience Letters (2012)  


J. Kwag*, A. S. Majid, K. D. Kang
Evidence for neuroprotective effect of sulbutiamine against oxygen-glucose deprivation in rat hippocampal CA1 pyramidal neurons
Biological and Pharmaceutical Bulletin (2011)  


J. Kwag*, D. McLelland, O. Paulsen
Phase of firing as a local window for efficient neuronal computation: tonic and phasic mechanisms in the control of theta spike-phase
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience (2011)  


J. Kwag and O. Paulsen

The timing of external input controls the sign of spike timing-dependent plasticity at local synapse

Nature Neuroscience (2009)  

J. Kwag* and O. Paulsen

Bidirectional control of spike timing by GABAA receptor-mediated inhibition during theta oscillation in CA1 pyramidal neurons

Neuroreport (2009)  

M. Lengyel, J. Kwag, O. Paulsen, P. Dayan
Matching storage and recall: spike timing-dependent plasticity and phase response curves in the hippocampus
Nature Neuroscience (2005)  

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