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Mcdougal, R. A., Hines M. L., & Lytton WW. (2014).  Calcium 'impedance mismatch' – the role of geometry on diffusion dynamics. Society for Neuroscience 2014 (SFN '14).
Neymotin, S., McDougal R. A., Bulanova AS., Zeki M., Lakatos P., Terman D., et al. (2016).  Calcium regulation of HCN channels supports persistent activity in a multiscale model of neocortex. Neurosci. 316, 344-366.
Neymotin, S., McDougal R. A., Hines ML., & Lytton WW. (2014).  Calcium regulation of HCN supports persistent activity associated with working memory: a multiscale model of prefrontal cortex. BMC Neuroscience. 15, P108.
Neymotin, S. A., McDougal R. A., Hines M., & Lytton W. W. (2014).  Calcium regulation of HCN supports persistent activity associated with working memory: a multiscale model of prefrontal cortex. Computational Neuroscience Meeting (CNS 14').
Neymotin, S. A., Mcdougal R. A., Hines M. L., & Lytton WW. (2014).  Calcium regulation of HCN supports persistent activity associated with working memory: A multiscale model of prefrontal cortex. Society for Neuroscience 2014 (SFN '14).
Sherif, M. A., Mcdougal R., Neymotin S., Hines M., & Lytton WW. (2013).  Calcium wave propagation varies with changes in endoplasmic reticulum parameters: A computer model. Society for Neuroscience 2013 (SFN '13).
Mcdougal, R. A., Hines M. L., & Lytton WW. (2012).  Calcium-electrical interactions: An example of reaction-diffusion in the neuron simulator. Society for Neuroscience 2012 (SFN '12).
Lytton, WW., & Lipton P. (1999).  Can the hippocampus tell time?: The temporo-septal engram shift model. Neuroreport. 10, 2301-2306.
Lytton, WW., Neymotin S., Lee HY., Uhlrich DJ., & Fenton AA. (2008).  Circuit changes augment disinhibited shock responses in computer models of neocortex. American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting. 3, 284.
Lytton, WW., Neymotin SA., Lee HK., Uhlrich DJ., & AA F. (2008).  Circuit changes augment disinhibited shock responses in computer models of neocortex. American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting.
Eguchi, A., Neymotin S., & Stringer SM. (2014).  Color opponent receptive fields self-organize in a biophysical model of visual cortex via spike-timing dependent plasticity. Front Neural Circuits. 8, 16.
Kerr, C., Dura-Bernal S., Menzies R. J., Mclauchlan C., Van Albada S. J., Kedziora D. J., et al. (2016).  Computational capacity as a function of network size. Society for Neuroscience 2016 (SFN '16).
Günay, C., Smolinski TG., Lytton WW., Morse TM., Gleeson P., Crook S., et al. (2008).  Computational Intelligence in Electrophysiology. Studies in Computational Intelligence. 122, 325-359.
Lytton, WW., & Sejnowski TJ. (1992).  Computational Neuroscience. (Asbury, AK., McKhann GM., & McDonald WI., Ed.).Diseases of the Nervous System: Clinical Neurobiology.
Holmes, W. R., Jung R., & Skinner F. (2007).  Computational Neuroscience (CNS*2007). BMC Neuroscience. 8, I1.
Holmes, W. R., Jung R., & Roberts P. (2008).  Computational Neuroscience (CNS*2008). BMC Neuroscience. 9, I1.
Johnson, D. H., Jung R., & Ernst U. (2009).  Computational Neuroscience (CNS*2009). BMC Neuroscience. 10, I1.
Neymotin, S., Mathew A.M.., Kerr C.., & Lytton WW. (2013).  Computational Neuroscience of Neuronal Networks. (Pfaff, D., Ed.).
Lytton, WW., & Kerr C.. (2013).  Computational Neuroscience of Neurons and Synapses. (Pfaff, D., Ed.).
Lazarewicz, M. T., Contreras D., Finkel L. H., & Lytton WW. (2009).  Computer model of a theta-gamma dissociation in hippocampus. Society for Neuroscience 2009 (SFN '09).
Thomas, E., & Lytton WW. (1998).  Computer model of antiepileptic effects mediated by alterations in \gabaa\-mediated inhibition. Neuroreport. 9, 691-696.
Lytton, WW. (1997).  A computer model of clonazepam's effect in a thalamic slice model of absence epilepsy. Neuroreport. 8, 3339-3343.
Sherif, M. A., Skosnik P., Hajs M., & Lytton WW. (2015).  Computer model of endocannabinoid effects in CA3. Society for Neuroscience 2015 (SFN '15).
Lytton, WW., & Sejnowski TJ. (1992).  Computer model of ethosuximide's effect on a thalamic neuron. 32, 131-139.
Briska, AM., Uhlrich DJ., & Lytton WW. (2003).  Computer model of passive signal integration based on whole-cell ınvit\ studies of rat lateral geniculate nucleus. European Journal of Neuroscience. 17, 1531-1541.
Neymotin, S., Dura-Bernal S., Moreno H., & Lytton WW. (2017).  Computer modeling for pharmacological treatments for dystonia. Drug Discov Today: Dis Model. In Press.
Lytton, WW. (2017).  Computer modeling of epilepsy: opportunities for drug discovery. Drug Discov Today: Dis Model. In press.
Seidenstein, AH., Barone FC., & Lytton WW. (2015).  Computer modeling of ischemic stroke. Scholarpedia. 10, 32015; revision \#148671; Accessed Oct 12, 2015.
Newton, AJH., & Lytton WW. (2017).  Computer modeling of ischemic stroke. Drug Discov Today: Dis Model. 30, In press.
Lytton, WW. (2008).  Computer modelling of epilepsy. Nat Rev Neurosci. 9, 626-637.
Lytton, WW., Hellman KM., & Sutula TP. (1998).  Computer Models of Hippocampal Circuit Changes of the Kindling Model of Epilepsy. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine. 13, 81-98.
Doherty, D.. W., Dura-Bernal S.., & Lytton W.. W. (2019).  Computer models of mouse area M1 show avalanches for full model and subcircuits defined by layer or cell type. Society for Neuroscience 2019 (SFN '19).
Lytton, WW., Stark JM., Yamasaki DS., & Sober SJ. (1999).  Computer models of stroke recovery: Implications for neurorehabilitation. The Neuroscientist. 5, 100-111.
Lytton, WW., Hellman KM., & Sutula TP. (1996).  Computer network model of mossy fiber sprouting in dentate gyrus. Epilepsia – AES Proceedings. 37 S. 5, 117.
Lytton, WW., & Shepherd G. M. G. (2010).  Computer network model predicts dependence of neocortical laminar activation patterns on form of stimulation. Society for Neuroscience 2010 (SFN '10).
Lytton, WW., Orman R., & Stewart M. (2005).  Computer simulation of epilepsy: implications for seizure spread and behavioral dysfunction. Epilepsy & Behavior. 7, 336-344.
Wathey, JC., Lytton WW., Jester JM., & Sejnowski TJ. (1992).  Computer simulations of EPSP-to-spike (E-S) potentiation in hippocampal CA1 pyramidal cells. 12, 607-618.
Lytton, WW. (2017).  Computers, causality and cure in epilepsy. Brain. 140, 516-519.
Lytton, WW., Destexhe A., & Sejnowski TJ. (1996).  Control of slow oscillations in the thalamocortical neuron: A computer model. Neuroscience. 70, 673-684.
Angulo, S., Graham J. W., Gao P., Dura-Bernal S., Neymotin S. A., Antic S. D., et al. (2017).  Cortical ensembles based on dendritic plateau generation in the prefrontal cortex. Society for Neuroscience 2017 (SFN '17).
Kerr, CC., van Albada SJ., Neymotin S., Chadderdon GL., Robinson PA., & Lytton WW. (2013).  Cortical information flow in Parkinson's disease: a composite network/field model. Front Comput Neurosci. 7, 39.
Song, W., Kerr CC., Lytton WW., & Francis JT. (2013).  Cortical plasticity induced by spike-triggered microstimulation in primate somatosensory cortex. PLoS One. 8, e57453.
Dura-Bernal, S., Zhou X., Neymotin S., Przekwas A., Francis J. T., & Lytton WW. (2015).  Cortical spiking network interfaced with virtual musculoskeletal arm and robotic arm. Frontiers in Neurorobotics. 9,
Sherif, M. A., Barry J. M., Neymotin S. A., & Lytton WW. (2012).  CPP alters cross-frequency coupling between theta and gamma in CA1 in rats: Simulation and experiment. Society for Neuroscience 2012 (SFN '12).
Sherif, MA., Barry JM., Neymotin SA., & Lytton WW. (2012).  CPP alters hippocampal CA1 oscillations in rat: simulation and experiment. Computational Neuroscience.
Sherif, M. A., Barry J. M., Neymotin S. A., & Lytton W. W. (2012).  CPP alters theta/gamma oscillations in rat hippocampus: simulation and experiment. Computational Neuroscience Meeting (CNS 12').
Francis, J. T., Chapin J., Lytton WW., Barbour R., Carmena J., Principe J., et al. (2010).  Creating the synthetic brain through hybrid computational and biological systems repairing and replacing neural networks. Society for Neuroscience 2010 (SFN '10).
Mulugeta, L., Drach A., Erdemir A., Hunt C. A., Horner M., Ku J. P., et al. (2018).  Credibility, Replicability, and Reproducibility in Simulation for Biomedicine and Clinical Applications in Neuroscience. Front. Neuroinform.. 12,
Dura-Bernal, S., Neymotin S. A., Suter B. A., Kelley C., Tekin R., Shepherd G. M. G., et al. (2019).  Cross-frequency coupling and information flow in a multiscale model of M1 microcircuits. Society for Neuroscience (SFN'19).
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Neymotin, S., Uhlrich DJ., Manning KA., & Lytton WW. (2008).  Data mining of time-domain features from neural extracellular field data. Studies in Computational Intelligence. 151, 119-140.
Lytton, WW., & Stewart M. (2007).  Data mining through simulation. Methods Mol Biol. 401, 155-166.
Dura-Bernal, S., Griffith E. Y., Marczak A., O'Connell N., McGinnis T., Lytton W. W., et al. (2019).  Data-driven model of auditory thalamocortical system rhythms. Society for Neuroscience (SFN '19).
Suter, B. A., Neymotin S. A., Shepherd G. M. G., & Lytton WW. (2016).  Dendritic morphology of corticospinal and crossed-corticostriatal neurons in mouse primary motor cortex. Society for Neuroscience 2016 (SFN '16).
Gao, P., Graham J. W., Angulo S., Dura-Bernal S., Lytton WW., & Antic S. D. (2017).  Dendritic plateau generation model in cortical pyramidal neurons: A link to cortical ensembles. Society for Neuroscience 2017 (SFN '17).
Kelley, C.., Dura-Bernal S.., Neymotin S.., & Lytton W.. W. (2019).  Dendritic resonance in a detailed model of pyramidal tract neuron of mouse primary motor cortex. Society for Neuroscience 2019 (SFN '19).
Lytton, WW., & Stewart M. (2002).  Dendritic resonance in in subicular dendrites, a computer model. 28,
Kerr, CC., Fietkiewicz CT., Chadderdon GL., Neymotin SA., & Lytton WW. (2010).  Development of In Silico Brain for DARPA REPAIR project. DARPA Neural Engineering, Science, and Technology Meeting.
Lytton, WW., & Brust JC. (1989).  Direct dyslexia: Preserved oral reading of real words in Wernicke's aphasia. Brain. 112, 583-594.