Michael G Metzen
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Serotonin selectively enhances perception and sensory neural responses to stimuli generated by same-sex conspecifics
T Deemyad, MG Metzen, Y Pan, MJ Chacron
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (48), 19609-19614, 2013
562013
Neotrombicula autumnalis (Acari, Trombiculidae) as a vector for Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato?
H Kampen, A Schöler, M Metzen, R Oehme, K Hartelt, P Kimmig, ...
Experimental & applied acarology 33 (1-2), 93-102, 2004
492004
Electric imaging through active electrolocation: implication for the analysis of complex scenes
J Engelmann, J Bacelo, M Metzen, R Pusch, B Bouton, A Migliaro, ...
Biological cybernetics 98 (6), 519-539, 2008
472008
Weakly electric fish display behavioral responses to envelopes naturally occurring during movement: implications for neural processing
MG Metzen, MJ Chacron
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (8), 1381-1391, 2014
412014
Active electrolocation in Gnathonemus petersii: behaviour, sensory performance, and receptor systems
G von der Emde, M Amey, J Engelmann, S Fetz, C Folde, M Hollmann, ...
Journal of Physiology-Paris 102 (4-6), 279-290, 2008
392008
Coding of envelopes by correlated but not single-neuron activity requires neural variability
MG Metzen, M Jamali, J Carriot, O Ávila-Ǻkerberg, KE Cullen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (15), 4791-4796, 2015
372015
Neural heterogeneities determine response characteristics to second-, but not first-order stimulus features
MG Metzen, MJ Chacron
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (7), 3124-3138, 2015
302015
Neural correlations enable invariant coding and perception of natural stimuli in weakly electric fish
MG Metzen, V Hofmann, MJ Chacron
Elife 5, e12993, 2016
262016
A biomimetic active electrolocation sensor for detection of atherosclerotic lesions in blood vessels
MG Metzen, S Biswas, H Bousack, MG Gottwald, K Mayekar, ...
IEEE sensors journal 12 (2), 325-331, 2010
232010
Testing miniaturized electrodes for impedance measurements within the β-dispersion–a practical approach
U Pliquett, D Frense, M Schönfeldt, C Frätzer, Y Zhang, B Cahill, ...
Journal of Electrical Bioimpedance 1 (1), 41-55, 2010
22*2010
Descending pathways generate perception of and neural responses to weak sensory input
MG Metzen, CG Huang, MJ Chacron
PLoS biology 16 (6), e2005239, 2018
212018
Electrosensory midbrain neurons display feature invariant responses to natural communication stimuli
T Aumentado-Armstrong, MG Metzen, MKJ Sproule, MJ Chacron
PLoS Comput Biol 11 (10), e1004430, 2015
202015
Electrosensory processing in Apteronotus albifrons: implications for general and specific neural coding strategies across wave-type weakly electric fish species
D Martinez, MG Metzen, MJ Chacron
Journal of neurophysiology 116 (6), 2909-2921, 2016
172016
Serotonin modulates electrosensory processing and behavior via 5-HT2-like receptors
EA Larson, MG Metzen, MJ Chacron
Neuroscience 271, 108-118, 2014
172014
Receptive field properties of neurons in the electrosensory lateral line lobe of the weakly electric fish, Gnathonemus petersii
MG Metzen, J Engelmann, J Bacelo, K Grant, G Von der Emde
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 194 (12), 1063-1075, 2008
162008
Feedback optimizes neural coding and perception of natural stimuli
CG Huang, MG Metzen, MJ Chacron
Elife 7, e38935, 2018
152018
Parallel sparse and dense information coding streams in the electrosensory midbrain
MKJ Sproule, MG Metzen, MJ Chacron
Neuroscience letters 607, 1-6, 2015
142015
Stimulus background influences phase invariant coding by correlated neural activity
MG Metzen, MJ Chacron
Elife 6, e24482, 2017
122017
Burst firing in the electrosensory system of gymnotiform weakly electric fish: mechanisms and functional roles
MG Metzen, R Krahe, MJ Chacron
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 10, 81, 2016
122016
Weakly electric fish distinguish between envelope stimuli arising from different behavioral contexts
RA Thomas, MG Metzen, MJ Chacron
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (15), jeb178244, 2018
102018
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