Angel Caputi
Angel Caputi
Head of Department
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Roles of muscle activity and load on the relationship between muscle spindle length and whole muscle length in the freely walking cat
JA Hoffer, AA Caputi, IE Pose, RI Griffiths
Progress in brain research 80, 75-85, 1989
2811989
The electric image in weakly electric fish: physical images of resistive objects in Gnathonemus petersii.
AA Caputi, R Budelli, K Grant, CC Bell
Journal of experimental biology 201 (14), 2115-2128, 1998
1371998
Storage of a sensory pattern by anti-Hebbian synaptic plasticity in an electric fish.
CC Bell, A Caputi, K Grant, J Serrier
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 90 (10), 4650-4654, 1993
1291993
Peripheral electrosensory imaging by weakly electric fish
AA Caputi, R Budelli
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 192 (6), 587, 2006
1042006
Electroreception in Gymnotus carapo: pre-receptor processing and the distribution of electroreceptor types
ME Castello, PA Aguilera, O Trujillo-Cenoz, AA Caputi
Journal of Experimental Biology 203 (21), 3279-3287, 2000
822000
Physiology and plasticity of morphologically identified cells in the mormyrid electrosensory lobe
CC Bell, A Caputi, K Grant
Journal of Neuroscience 17 (16), 6409-6423, 1997
801997
The electric organ discharge of pulse gymnotiforms: the transformation of a simple impulse into a complex spatio-temporal electromotor pattern
AA Caputi
Journal of Experimental Biology 202 (10), 1229-1241, 1999
791999
Electric organs and their control
AA Caputi, BA Carlson, O Macadar
Electroreception, 410-451, 2005
782005
The electric image in weakly electric fish: perception of objects of complex impedance
R Budelli, AA Caputi
Journal of Experimental Biology 203 (3), 481-492, 2000
782000
The electric image in weakly electric fish: I. A data-based model of waveform generation inGymnotus carapo
A Caputi, R Budelli
Journal of computational neuroscience 2 (2), 131-147, 1995
741995
Electroreception in Gymnotus carapo: differences between self-generated and conspecific-generated signal carriers
PA Aguilera, ME Castello, AA Caputi
Journal of Experimental Biology 204 (2), 185-198, 2001
632001
Waveform generation of the electric organ discharge in Gymnotus carapo. III: Analysis of the fish body as an electric source
A Caputi, O Macadar, O Trujillo-Cenóz
Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral …, 1989
611989
Probability and amplitude of novelty responses as a function of the change in contrast of the reafferent image in G. carapo
AA Caputi, PA Aguilera, ME Castelló
Journal of Experimental Biology 206 (6), 999-1010, 2003
602003
Theoretical analysis of pre-receptor image conditioning in weakly electric fish
A Migliaro, AA Caputi, R Budelli
PLoS Comput Biol 1 (2), e16, 2005
522005
Electrolocation and electrocommunication in pulse gymnotids: signal carriers, pre-receptor mechanisms and the electrosensory mosaic
AA Caputi, ME Castelló, P Aguilera, O Trujillo-Cenóz
Journal of Physiology-Paris 96 (5-6), 493-505, 2002
502002
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
Electric images of two low resistance objects in weakly electric fish
D Rother, A Migliaro, R Canetti, L Gomez, A Caputi, R Budelli
Biosystems 71 (1), 169-177, 2002
452002
Structural and functional aspects of the fast electrosensory pathway in the electrosensory lateral line lobe of the pulse fish Gymnotus carapo
ME Castelló, A Caputi, O Trujillo‐Cenóz
Journal of Comparative Neurology 401 (4), 549-563, 1998
451998
Contributions of electric fish to the understanding sensory processing by reafferent systems
AA Caputi
Journal of Physiology-Paris 98 (1-3), 81-97, 2004
442004
Pre-receptor profile of sensory images and primary afferent neuronal representation in the mormyrid electrosensory system
L Gómez, R Budelli, K Grant, AA Caputi
Journal of Experimental Biology 207 (14), 2443-2453, 2004
402004
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