Publications

alt text2010 – 2015

 

Jones IL, Russell TL, Farrow K, Fiscella M, Franke F, Muller J, Jackel D and Hierlemann A (2015). A method for electrophysiological characterization of hamster retinal ganglion cells using a high-density CMOS microelectrode array. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 9: 360. PDF.

 

Fischella M, Franke F, Farrow K, Muller J, Roska B, da Silveira RA and Hierlemann A (2015). Visual coding with a population of direction-selective neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology. PDF.

 

alt textSzikra T, Trenholm S, Drinnenberg A, Jüttner J, Raics Z, Farrow K, Biel M, Awatramani G, Clark DA, Sahel JA, da Silveira RA, Roska B (2014). Rods in daylight act as relay cells for cone-driven horizontal cell-mediated surround inhibition. Nature Neuroscience. 17:1728–1735. PDF.

 

Busskamp V, Krol J, Nelidova D, Daum J, Szikra T, Tsuda B, Juttner J, Farrow K, Scherf BG, Alvarez CPP, Genoud C, Sothilingam V, Tanimoto N, Stadler M, Seeliger M, Stoffel M, Filipowicz F and Roska B (2014). miRNAs 182 and 183 Are Necessary to Maintain Adult Cone Photoreceptor Outer Segments and Visual Function, Neuron. 83:586-600. PDF.

 

alt textYonehara K*, Farrow K*, Ghanem A, Hillier D, Balint K, Teixeira M, Jüttner, Noda M, Neve RL, Conzelmann KK, and Roska B (2013). The first stage of cardinal direction selectivity is localized to the dendrites of retinal ganglion cells. Neuron. 79:1078-85. PDF.

 

Farrow K, Teixeira M, Szikra T, Viney TJ, Balint K, Yonehara K, Roska B (2013). Ambient illumination toggles a neuronal circuit switch in the retina and visual perception at cone threshold. Neuron. 78: 325-338. PDF. Video Abstract.

 

Fiscella M,  Farrow K, Jones IL, Jackel D, Muller J, Frey U, Bakkum DJ, Roska B, Hierlemann A (2012). A high-density CMOS-integrated microelectrode array with real-time switchable electrode selection provides the means to record from defined populations of neurons. Journal Neuroscience Methods. 211: 103-113. PDF.

 

alt textFarrow K and Masland RH (2011). Physiological clustering of visual channels in the mouse retina. Journal of Neurophysiology. 105: 1506-1515. PDF.

 

Earlier

Heskin-Sweezie R, Farrow K and Broussard DM (2007). Adaptive rescaling of central sensorimotor signals is preserved after unilateral vestibular damage. Brain Research. 1143: 132-142. PDF.

 

Farrow K*, Haag J* and Borst A. (2006). Non-linear, binocular interactions underlying flow-field selectivity of a motion sensitive neuron. Nature Neuroscience. 9: 1312-1320. PDF.

 

alt textFarrow K, Borst A and Haag J. (2005). sharing receptive fields with your neighbors: tuning the vertical system cells to wide field motion. Journal of Neuroscience. 25: 3985-3993. PDF.

 

Farrow K, Haag J and Borst A. (2003). Input organization to multifunctional motion sensitive neurons in the blowfly. Journal of Neuroscience. 23: 9805-9811. PDF.

 

Farrow K and Broussard DM. (2003). Compensation for peripheral damage changes commissural inputs to interneurons of the vestibulo-ocular reflex.  Journal of Neurophysiology. 89: 3351-3353. PDF.

* Equal contribution