Publications:
Neural Population Imaging

Journal Article (22)

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Egger, R.; Schmitt, A.; Wallace, D.; Sakmann, B.; Oberlaender, M.; Kerr, J.: Robustness of sensory-evoked excitation is increased by inhibitory inputs to distal apical tuft dendrites. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112 (45), pp. 14072 - 14077 (2015)
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Greenberg, D.; Wallace, D.; Kerr, J.: Imaging neuronal population activity in awake and anesthetized rodents. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols 2014 (9), pp. 912 - 922 (2014)
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Helmchen, F.; Denk, W.; Kerr, J.: Miniaturization of two-photon microscopy for imaging in freely moving animals. Cold Spring Harbor protocols 2013 (10), pp. 904 - 913 (2013)
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Helmchen, F.; Denk, W.; Kerr, J.: Miniaturization of Two-Photon Microscopy for Imaging in Freely Moving Animals. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols 2013 (10), pp. 904 - 913 (2013)
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Bracey, E.; Pichler, B.; Schaefer, A.; Wallace, D.; Margrie, T.: Perceptual judgements and chronic imaging of altered odour maps indicate comprehensive stimulus template matching in olfaction. Nature Communications 4, 2100, pp. 1 - 12 (2013)
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Wallace, D.; Greenberg, D.; Sawinski, J.; Rulla, S.; Notaro, G.; Kerr, J.; Kerr, J. N.: Rats maintain an overhead binocular field at the expense of constant fusion. Nature 498 (7452), pp. 65 - 69 (2013)
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Ng, B.; Logothetis, N.; Kayser, C.: EEG phase patterns reflect the selectivity of neural firing. Cerebral Cortex 23 (2), pp. 389 - 398 (2013)
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Pawlak, V.; Greenberg, D.; Sprekeler, H.; Gerstner , W.; Kerr, J. N.: Changing the responses of cortical neurons from sub- to suprathreshold using single spikes in vivo. eLife 2, pp. 1 - 18 (2013)
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Ng, B.-W.; Schroeder, T.; Kayser, C.: A precluding but not ensuring role of entrained low-frequency oscillations for auditory perception. Journal of Neuroscience 32 (35), pp. 12268 - 12276 (2012)
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Kerr, J.; Nimmerjahn, A.: Functional imaging in freely moving animals. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 22 (1), pp. 45 - 53 (2012)
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Meyer, H.; Schwarz, D.; Wimmer, V.; Schmitt, A.; Kerr, J.; Sakmann, B.; Helmstaedter, M.: Inhibitory interneurons in a cortical column form hot zones of inhibition in layers 2 and 5A. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108 (40), pp. 16807 - 16812 (2011)
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Valverde Salzmann, M.; Wallace, D.; Logothetis, N.; Schüz, A.: Multimodal vessel mapping for precise large area alignment of functional optical imaging data to neuroanatomical preparations in marmosets. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 201 (1), pp. 159 - 172 (2011)
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Mittmann, W.; Wallace, D.; Czubayko, U.; Herb, J.; Schaefer, A.; Looger, L.; Denk , W.; Kerr, J.: Two-photon calcium imaging of evoked activity from L5 somatosensory neurons in vivo. Nature Neuroscience 14 (8), pp. 1089 - 1093 (2011)
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Pawlak, V.; Wickens, J.; Kirkwood, A.; Kerr, J.: Timing is not everything: neuromodulation opens the STDP gate. Frontiers in Synaptic Neuroscience 2, 146, pp. 1 - 14 (2010)
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Wallace, D.; Kerr, J.: Chasing the cell assembly. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 20 (3), pp. 296 - 305 (2010)
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Sawinski, J.; Wallace, D.; Greenberg, D.; Grossmann, S.; Denk, W.; Kerr, J.: Visually evoked activity in cortical cells imaged in freely moving animals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 106 (46), pp. 19557 - 19562 (2009)
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Bruno, R.; Hahn, T.; Wallace, D.; de Kock , C.; Sakmann, B.: Sensory Experience Alters Specific Branches of Individual Corticocortical Axons during Development. The Journal of Neuroscience 29 (10), pp. 3172 - 3181 (2009)
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Greenberg, D.; Kerr, J.: Automated Correction of Fast Motion Artifacts for Two-photon Imaging of Awake Animals. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 176 (1), pp. 1 - 15 (2009)
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Wallace, D.; Meyer zum Alten Borgloh, S.; Astori, S.; Yang, Y.; Bausen, M.; Kügler, S.; Palmer, A.; Tsien, R.; Sprengel, R.; Kerr, J. et al.; Denk, W.; Hasan, M.: Single-spike detection in vitro and in vivo with a genetic Ca2+ sensor. Nature methods 5 (9), pp. 797 - 804 (2008)
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Greenberg, D.; Houweling, A.; Kerr, J.: Population imaging of ongoing neuronal activity in the visual cortex of awake rats. Nature Neuroscience 11 (7), pp. 749 - 751 (2008)
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Kerr, J.; Denk, W.: Imaging in vivo: watching the brain in action. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 9 (3), pp. 195 - 205 (2008)
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Pawlak, V.; Kerr, J.: Dopamine Receptor Activation Is Required for Corticostriatal Spike-Timing-Dependent Plasticity. The Journal of Neuroscience 28 (10), pp. 2435 - 2446 (2008)

Book Chapter (2)

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Book Chapter
Greenberg, D.; Wallace, D.; Kerr, J.: Imaging Neuronal Population Activity in Awake and Anesthetized Rodents. In: Imaging in Neuroscience: A Laboratory Manual, 77, pp. 839 - 850 (Eds. Helmchen, F.; Konnerth, A.; Yuste, R.). Cold Spring Harbour Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, NY, USA (2011)
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Book Chapter
Helmchen, F.; Denk, W.; Kerr, J.: Miniaturization of Two-Photon Microscopy for Imaging in Freely Moving Animals. In: Imaging in Neuroscience: A Laboratory Manual, pp. 851 - 862 (Eds. Helmchen, F.; Konnerth, A.; Yuste, R.). Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, NY, USA (2011)

Conference Paper (1)

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Conference Paper
Wallace, D.; Kerr, J.: Chasing the Cortical Assembly. In: Society for Neuroscience: 2012 Short Course II MRI and Advanced Imaging in Animals and Humans, pp. 41 - 50. Society for Neuroscience: 2012 Short Course II MRI and Advanced Imaging in Animals and Humans, New Orleans, LA, USA, October 12, 2012. (2012)

Meeting Abstract (1)

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Meeting Abstract
Kerr, J.: What are they looking at? Imaging activity in the freely moving rodent from the eye to the cortex. In 43rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2013), 790.06. 43rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2013), San Diego, CA, USA. (2013)

Talk (30)

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Kerr, J.: Imaging Activity in the Freely Moving Animal: from the Eye to the Cortex. The 3rd Joint Inter-Academy Symposium of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities and the German National Academy of Sciences, Leopoldina, Jerusalem, Israel (2013)
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Kerr, J.: Imaging Neuronal and Behavioural Activity in the Freely Moving Animal: What are they looking at? University of Cambridge: Adrian Seminars in Neuroscience, Cambridge, UK (2013)
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Kerr, J.: Imaging Neuronal and Behavioural Activity in the Freely Moving Animal: What are they looking at? University of Cambridge: Adrian Seminars in Neuroscience, Cambridge, UK (2013)
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Greenberg, D.: Action Potential Detection and Model Fitting for in Vivo Fluorescent Calcium Sensors. 3rd International caesar Conference "Chasing the Neuronal Ensemble II": Center of Advanced European Studies and Research, Bonn, Germany (2013)
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Kerr, J.: Rats! What are they looking at? 3rd International caesar Conference "Chasing the Neuronal Ensemble II": Center of Advanced European Studies and Research, Bonn, Germany (2013)
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Kerr, J.: Rats! What are they looking at? Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen, Germany (2013)
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Kerr, J.: Imaging neuronal and behavioral activity in the freely moving animal: What are they looking at? Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt a.M., Germany (2013)
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Kerr, J.: Imaging neuronal and behavioral activity in the freely moving animal: What are they looking at? Leica Scientific Forum US - Los Angeles: Advances in Life Science, Los Angeles, CA, USA (2013)
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Kerr, J.: Imaging neuronal and behavioral activity in the freely moving animal: What are they looking at? UC San Diego School of Medicine: Department of Neurosciences, San Diego, CA, USA (2013)
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Kerr, J.: Imaging neuronal and behavioral activity in the freely moving animal: What are they looking at? Osnabrück Computational Cognition Alliance Meeting on "The Brain as a Self-Organized Dynamical System" (OCCAM 2013), Osnabrück, Germany (2013)
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Kerr, J.: What are they looking at? Imaging activity in the freely moving rodent from the eye to the cortex. 10th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society, 34th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference, Göttingen, Germany (2013)
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Kerr, J.: Imaging activity in the freely moving animal: from the eye to the cortex. The Bernstein Center Freiburg: Bernstein Seminar, Freiburg, Germany (2012)
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Kerr, J.: What are you looking at? Imaging eye and cortical activity in the freely moving animal. 2012 ENP Days: École des Neurosciences, Abbaye des Vaux de Cernay, France (2012)
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Kerr, J.: Two-photon imaging of neuronal populations in vivo: turning calcium bumps into spikes. 5th INCF Congress of Neuroinformatics (INCF 2012): Workshop 4A , München, Germany (2012)
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Kerr, J.: Imaging activity in neuronal populations in the freely moving animal. 8th Forum of European Neuroscience (FENS 2012), Barcelona, Spain (2012)
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Kerr, J.: Imaging active neuronal circuits in the freely moving animal: seeing what they see from the eye to the cortex. FIN Building Inauguration Symposium: New Perspectives in Integrative Neuroscience , Tübingen, Germany (2012)
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Kerr, J.: Areal Distribution Of The Von Economo In The Anterior Insular And Anterior Cingulate Cortices In The Macaque Monkey. University of Edinburgh: Centre for Integrative Physiology, Edinburgh, UK (2012)
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Kerr, J.: 2-photon imaging of neuronal activity in freely moving animals: from the eye to the visual cortex during self-determined behavior. FAU/MPFI Neuroscience Seminar Series Fall 2011: Neural Circuits at Multiple Scales , Jupiter, FL, USA (2011)
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Kerr, J.: Imaging activity from neuronal populations in the awake and freely moving rat. EMBO Practical Course: Two-Photon Imaging of Brain Circuits, München, Germany (2011)
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Kerr, J.: 2-photon imaging of neuronal activity in freely moving animals: from the eye to the visual cortex during self determined behavior. Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, Basel, Switzerland (2011)
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Kerr, J.: Imaging neuronal population activity in the cortex of freely moving animals: The what where and how. HHMI Janelia Research Campus: Multiphoton Imaging: The Next 6x1023 Femtoseconds, Ashburn, VA, USA (2011)
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Kerr, J.: Release the Hounds: Imaging Activity in Neuronal Populations in the Freely Moving Anima. Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics Program: Emerging Techniques in Neuroscience, Santa Barbara, CA, USA (2010)
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Kerr, J.: Releasing the Hounds: Imaging Activity in Neuronal Populations in the Freely Moving Animal. New York University School of Medicine, NYU Medical Center, New York, NY, USA (2010)
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Kerr, J.: Releasing the Hounds: Imaging Activity in Neuronal Populations in the Freely Moving Animal. 16th German-American Symposium, Potsdam, Germany (2010)
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