Publications

2017

Beekharry CC, Magoski NS. Protein kinase C enhances electrical synaptic transmission by acting on junctional and postsynaptic Ca2+ currents. under review at J Neurosci.

White SH, Sturgeon RM, Gu Y, Nensi A, Magoski NS. Tyrosine phosphorylation determines afterdischarge initiation by regulating an ionotropic cholinergic receptor. under review at Neuroscience.

Sturgeon RM, Chauhan AK, Magoski NS. Neuroendocrine control of reproduction in Aplysia by the bag cell neurons. In: Model animals in neuroendocrinology: From worm to mouse to man. Wiley, eds M Ludwig, G Levkowitz, in press (peer-reviewed book chapter).

Magoski NS. Electrical synapses and neuroendocrine cell function. In: Network functions and plasticity: Perspectives from studying neuronal electrical coupling in microcircuits. Elsevier, ed J Jing, pp 137-160 (peer-reviewed book chapter).

2016

Sturgeon RM, Magoski NS. Diacylglycerol-mediated regulation of Aplysia bag cell neuron excitability requires protein kinase C. J Physiol 594:5573-5592.  PDF

White SH, Sturgeon RM, Magoski NS. Nicotine inhibits potassium currents in Aplysia bag cell neurons. J Neurophysiol 115:2635-2648.  PDF

Groten CJ, Rebane JT, Hodgson HM, Chauhan AK, Blohm G, Magoski NS. Ca2+ removal by the plasma membrane Ca2+-ATPase influences the contribution of mitochondria to activity-dependent Ca2+ dynamics in Aplysia neuroendocrine cells. J Neurophysiol 115:2615-2634.  PDF

2015

Beekharry CC, Zhu GZ, Magoski NS. Role for electrical synapses in shaping the output of coupled peptidergic neurons from Lymnaea. Brain Res 1603:8-21.  PDF

Groten CJ, Magoski NS. PKC enhances the capacity for secretion by rapidly recruiting covert voltage-gated Ca2+ channels to the membrane. J Neurosci 35:2747-2765.  PDF

Dargaei Z, Standage D, Groten CJ, Blohm G, Magoski NS. Ca2+-induced uncoupling of Aplysia bag cell neurons. J Neurophysiol 113:808-821.  PDF

2014

Dargaei Z, Phillip L.W. Colmers PLW, Hodgson HM, Magoski NS. Electrical coupling between Aplysia bag cell neurons: characterization and role in synchronous firing. J Neurophysiol 112:2680-2696.  PDF

White SH, Carter CJ, and Magoski NS. A potentially novel nicotinic receptor in Aplysia neuroendocrine cells. J Neurophysiol 112:446-462.  PDF

2013


Akhmedov K, Rizzo V, Kadakkuzha BM, Carter CJ, Magoski NS, Capo TR, and Puthanveettil SV. Decreased response to acetylcholine during aging of Aplysia neuron R15. PLoS ONE 8:e84793 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0084793.  PDF

Hickey CM, Groten CJ, Sham L, Carter CJ, and Magoski NS. Voltage-gated Ca2+ influx and mitochondrial Ca2+ initiate secretion from Aplysia neuroendocrine cells. Neuroscience 250:755-772.  PDF

Groten CJ, Rebane JT, Blohm G, and Magoski NS. Separate Ca2+ sources are buffered by distinct Ca2+ handling systems in Aplysia neuroendocrine cells. J Neurosci 33:6476-6491.  PDF

2012

White SH and Magoski NS. Acetylcholine-evoked afterdischarge in Aplysia bag cell neurons. J Neurophysiol 107:2672–2685.  PDF

2011

Tam AKH, Gardam KE, Lamb S, Kachoei BA, and Magoski NS. Role for protein kinase C in controlling Aplysia bag cell neuron excitability. Neuroscience 179:41-55.  PDF

2010

Hickey CM, Geiger KE, Groten CJ, and Magoski NS. Mitochondrial Ca2+ activates a cation current in Aplysia bag cell neurons. J Neurophysiol 103:1543-1556.  PDF

2009

Tam AKH, Geiger JE, Hung AY, Groten CJ, and Magoski NS. Persistent Ca2+ current contributes to a prolonged depolarization in Aplysia bag cell neurons. J Neurophysiol 102:3753-3765.  PDF

Geiger JE, Hickey CM, and Magoski NS. Ca2+ entry through a non-selective cation channel in Aplysia bag cell neurons. Neuroscience 162:1023-1038.  PDF

Gardam KE and Magoski NS. Regulation of cation channel voltage- and Ca2+-dependence by multiple modulators. J Neurophysiol 102:259-271.  PDF

2008

Geiger JE and Magoski NS. Ca2+-induced Ca2+-release in Aplysia bag cell neurons requires interaction between mitochondrial and endoplasmic reticulum stores. J Neurophysiol 100:38-49  PDF
 
Gardam KE, Geiger JE, Hickey CM, Hung AY and Magoski NS. Flufenamic acid affects multiple currents and causes intracellular Ca2+ release in Aplysia bag cell neurons. J Neurophysiol 100:24-37  PDF

2007

Hung AY and Magoski NS. Activity-dependent initiation of a prolonged depolarization in Aplysia bag cell neurons: role for a cation channel. J Neurophysiol 97:2465-2479  PDF

2006

Kachoei BA, Knox RJ, Uthuza D, Levy S, Kaczmarek LK, and Magoski NS. A store-operated Ca2+ influx pathway in the bag cell neurons of Aplysia. J Neurophysiol 96:2688-2698  PDF

Lupinsky DA and Magoski NS. Ca2+-dependent regulation of a non-selective cation channel from Aplysia bag cell neurones. J Physiol 575:491-506  PDF

2005

Magoski NS and Kaczmarek LK. Association/Dissociation of a channel-kinase complex underlies state-dependent modulation. J Neurosci 25:8037-8047  PDF

2004

Zhang Y, Joiner WJ, Bhattacharjee A, Rassendren F, Magoski NS, and Kaczmarek LK. The appearance of a PKA-regulated splice isoform of Slo is associated with the maturation of neurons that control reproductive behavior. J Biol Chem 279:52324-52330.  PDF

Magoski NS. Regulation of an Aplysia bag cell neuron cation channelby closely associated protein kinase A and a protein phosphatase. J Neurosci 24:6833-6841.  PDF

Knox RJ, Magoski NS, Wing D, Barbee SJ, and Kaczmarek LK. Activation of a calcium entry pathway by sodium pyrithione in the bag cell neurons of Aplysia. J Neurobiol 60:411-423.  PDF

Magoski NS and Kaczmarek LK. Protein kinases and neuronal excitability. In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 3rd edition, CD-ROM Elsevier. G Adelman, BH Smith Eds.  PDF

2002

Zhang Y, Magoski NS, and Kaczmarek LK. Prolonged activation of Ca2+-activated K+ current contributes to the long-lasting refractory period of Aplysia bag cell neurons. J Neurosci 22:10134-10141.  PDF

Magoski NS, Wilson GF, and Kaczmarek LK. Protein kinase modulation of a neuronal cation channel requires protein-protein interactions mediated by an Src homology 3 domain. J Neurosci 22:1-9.  PDF

2000

Magoski NS, Knox RJ, and Kaczmarek LK. Activation of a Ca2+-permeable cation channel produces a prolonged attenuation of intracellular Ca2+ release in Aplysia bag cell neurones. J Physiol 522:271-283.  PDF

Magoski NS and Bulloch AGM. Stability and variability of synapses in the adult molluskan CNS. J Neurobiol 42:410-423.  PDF

1999

Magoski NS and Bulloch AGM. Dopamine activates two different receptors to produce variability in sign at an identified synapse. J Neurophysiol 81:1330-1340.  PDF

1998

Magoski NS and Kaczmarek LK. Direct and indirect regulation of a single ion channel. J Physiol 509:1.

Magoski NS and Bulloch AGM. Trophic and contact conditions affect synapse formation between identified neurons. J Neurophysiol 79:3279-3283.  

Wilson GF, Magoski NS, and Kaczmarek LK. Modulation of a calcium-sensitive nonspecific cation channel by closely associated protein kinase and phosphatase activities. Proc Natl Acad Sci 95:10938-10943.  PDF

1997

Magoski NS and Bulloch AGM. Localization, physiology, and modulation of a molluscan dopaminergic synapse. J Neurobiol 33:247-264.  PDF

1996

Nesic O, Magoski NS, McKenny K, Syed NI, Lukowiak K, and Bulloch AGM. Glutamate as a putative neurotransmitter in the mollusc, Lymnaea stagnalis. Neuroscience 79:1255-1269.  PDF

1995

Magoski NS, Bauce LG, Syed NI, and Bulloch AGM. Dopaminergic transmission between identified neurons from the mollusk, Lymnaea stagnalis. J Neurophysiol 74:1287-1300.  PDF

1994

Magoski NS, Syed NI, and Bulloch AGM. A neuronal network from the mollusc, Lymnaea stagnalis. Brain Res 645:201-213.  PDF

1992

Magoski NS and Walz W. The ionic dependence of a P2-purinoceptor mediated depolarization of cultured astrocytes. J Neurosci Res 32:530-538.  

Magoski NS, Walz W, and Juurlink BH. Identification of mouse type-2 astrocytes: demonstration of glutamate and GABA transmitter activated responses. J Neurosci Res 33:91-102.  

1991

Walz W and Magoski NS. Short-circuiting effects of K+ currents on electrical responses of type-1-like astrocytes from mouse cerebral cortex. Brain Res 567:120-126.  PDF