György Kemenes
György Kemenes
Professor of Neuroscience, University of Sussex
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TitleCited byYear
Critique de la violence
W Benjamin
Éditions Payot, 2018
23502018
Behavioral role for nitric oxide in chemosensory activation of feeding in a mollusc.
M Elphick, G Kemenes, K Staras, M O'Shea
Journal of Neuroscience 15 (11), 7653-7664, 1995
1801995
A systems approach to the cellular analysis of associative learning in the pond snail Lymnaea
PR Benjamin, K Staras, G Kemenes
Learning & Memory 7 (3), 124-131, 2000
1682000
Distinct mechanosensitive properties of capsaicin-sensitive and-insensitive sensory neurons
LJ Drew, JN Wood, P Cesare
Journal of Neuroscience 22 (12), RC228-RC228, 2002
1642002
Critical time-window for NO–cGMP-dependent long-term memory formation after one-trial appetitive conditioning
I Kemenes, G Kemenes, RJ Andrew, PR Benjamin, M O'Shea
Journal of Neuroscience 22 (4), 1414-1425, 2002
1392002
Chemical and tactile inputs to the Lymnaea feeding system: effects on behaviour and neural circuitry
G Kemenes, CJH Elliot, PR Benjamin
Journal of Experimental Biology 122 (1), 113-137, 1986
841986
Role of delayed nonsynaptic neuronal plasticity in long-term associative memory
I Kemenes, VA Straub, ES Nikitin, K Staras, M O'Shea, G Kemenes, ...
Current Biology 16 (13), 1269-1279, 2006
812006
Modulatory role for the serotonergic cerebral giant cells in the feeding system of the snail, Lymnaea. II. Photoinactivation
MS Yeoman, G Kemenes, PR Benjamin, CJ Elliott
Journal of neurophysiology 72 (3), 1372-1382, 1994
711994
Pattern-generating role for motoneurons in a rhythmically active neuronal network
K Staras, G Kemenes, PR Benjamin
Journal of Neuroscience 18 (10), 3669-3688, 1998
651998
Dopamine‐immunoreactive neurones in the central nervous system of the pond snail Lymnaea stagnalis
K Elekes, G Kemenes, L Hiripi, M Geffard, PR Benjamin
Journal of comparative neurology 307 (2), 214-224, 1991
611991
In Vitro Appetitive Classical Conditioning of the Feeding Response in the Pond Snail Lymnaea stagnalis
G Kemenes, K Staras, PR Benjamin
Journal of Neurophysiology 78 (5), 2351-2362, 1997
591997
Persistent sodium current is a nonsynaptic substrate for long-term associative memory
ES Nikitin, DV Vavoulis, I Kemenes, V Marra, Z Pirger, M Michel, J Feng, ...
Current Biology 18 (16), 1221-1226, 2008
572008
Suppression of nitric oxide (NO)-dependent behavior by double-stranded RNA-mediated silencing of a neuronal NO synthase gene
SA Korneev, I Kemenes, V Straub, K Staras, EI Korneeva, G Kemenes, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 22 (11), RC227, 2002
552002
Phase-dependent molecular requirements for memory reconsolidation: differential roles for protein synthesis and protein kinase A activity
G Kemenes, I Kemenes, M Michel, A Papp, U Müller
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (23), 6298-6302, 2006
542006
Multiple types of control by identified interneurons in a sensory-activated rhythmic motor pattern
G Kemenes, K Staras, PR Benjamin
Journal of Neuroscience 21 (8), 2903-2911, 2001
542001
Cellular traces of behavioral classical conditioning can be recorded at several specific sites in a simple nervous system
K Staras, G Kemenes, PR Benjamin
Journal of Neuroscience 19 (1), 347-357, 1999
541999
Behavioural and biochemical changes in the feeding system of Lymnaea induced by the dopamine and serotonin neurotoxins 6-hydroxydopamine and 5,6 …
G Kemenes, L Hiripi, PR Benjamin
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 1990
541990
Cyclic AMP response element‐binding (CREB)‐like proteins in a molluscan brain: cellular localization and learning‐induced phosphorylation
MJ Ribeiro, Z Serfőző, A Papp, I Kemenes, M O'Shea, JCP Yin, ...
European Journal of Neuroscience 18 (5), 1223-1234, 2003
522003
Endogenous and Network Properties of LymnaeaFeeding Central Pattern Generator Interneurons
VA Straub, K Staras, G Kemenes, PR Benjamin
Journal of neurophysiology 88 (4), 1569-1583, 2002
492002
Voltage‐gated ionic currents in an identified modulatory cell type controlling molluscan feeding
K Staras, J Győri, G Kemenes
European Journal of Neuroscience 15 (1), 109-119, 2002
492002
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