Publications

2017

Beekharry CC, Magoski NS. Protein kinase C enhances electrical synaptic transmission by acting on junctional and postsynaptic Ca2+ currents. under revision for re-submission to J Neurosci after positive first review.

White SH, Sturgeon RM, Gu Y, Nensi A, Magoski NS. Tyrosine phosphorylation determines afterdischarge initiation by regulating an ionotropic cholinergic receptor. under revision for re-submission to Neuroscience after positive first review.

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