Viktor Varga
Viktor Varga
Institute of Experimental Medicine
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GABAergic neurons of the medial septum lead the hippocampal network during theta activity
B Hangya, Z Borhegyi, N Szilágyi, TF Freund, V Varga
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (25), 8094-8102, 2009
2842009
Optogenetic activation of septal cholinergic neurons suppresses sharp wave ripples and enhances theta oscillations in the hippocampus
M Vandecasteele, V Varga, A Berényi, E Papp, P Barthó, L Venance, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (37), 13535-13540, 2014
2442014
Fast synaptic subcortical control of hippocampal circuits
V Varga, A Losonczy, BV Zemelman, Z Borhegyi, G Nyiri, A Domonkos, ...
Science 326 (5951), 449-453, 2009
2072009
Phase segregation of medial septal GABAergic neurons during hippocampal theta activity
Z Borhegyi, V Varga, N Szilágyi, D Fabo, TF Freund
Journal of Neuroscience 24 (39), 8470-8479, 2004
1942004
Evidence for a role of GABA interneurones in the cortical modulation of midbrain 5-hydroxytryptamine neurones
V Varga, AD Szekely, A Csillag, T Sharp, M Hajos
Neuroscience 106 (4), 783-792, 2001
1682001
Serotonergic neuron diversity: identification of raphe neurons with discharges time-locked to the hippocampal theta rhythm
B Kocsis, V Varga, L Dahan, A Sik
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (4), 1059-1064, 2006
1612006
Electrophysiological evidence for convergence of inputs from the medial prefrontal cortex and lateral habenula on single neurons in the dorsal raphe nucleus
V Varga, B Kocsis, T Sharp
European Journal of Neuroscience 17 (2), 280-286, 2003
1362003
In vivo inhibition of neuronal activity in the rat ventromedial prefrontal cortex by midbrain-raphe nuclei: role of 5-HT1A receptors
M Hajós, SE Gartside, V Varga, T Sharp
Neuropharmacology 45 (1), 72-81, 2003
1302003
The presence of pacemaker HCN channels identifies theta rhythmic GABAergic neurons in the medial septum
V Varga, B Hangya, K Kránitz, A Ludányi, R Zemankovics, I Katona, ...
The Journal of physiology 586 (16), 3893-3915, 2008
1132008
GABAB receptors in the median raphe nucleus: distribution and role in the serotonergic control of hippocampal activity
V Varga, A Sik, TF Freund, B Kocsis
Neuroscience 109 (1), 119-132, 2002
752002
Cortical control of zona incerta
P Barthó, A Slézia, V Varga, H Bokor, D Pinault, G Buzsáki, L Acsády
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (7), 1670-1681, 2007
612007
Complex propagation patterns characterize human cortical activity during slow-wave sleep
B Hangya, BT Tihanyi, L Entz, D Fabó, L Eróss, L Wittner, R Jakus, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (24), 8770-8779, 2011
382011
GABAergic control of the ascending input from the median raphe nucleus to the limbic system
S Li, V Varga, A Sik, B Kocsis
Journal of neurophysiology 94 (4), 2561-2574, 2005
302005
Reduction of the extracellular level of glutamate in the median raphe nucleus associated with hippocampal theta activity in the anaesthetized rat
V Varga, A Kekesi, G Juhasz, B Kocsis
Neuroscience 84 (1), 49-57, 1998
281998
Brainstem nucleus incertus controls contextual memory formation
A Szőnyi, KE Sos, R Nyilas, D Schlingloff, A Domonkos, VT Takács, ...
Science 364 (6442), 2019
222019
Hippocampal network dynamics during rearing episodes
AM Barth, A Domonkos, A Fernandez-Ruiz, TF Freund, V Varga
Cell reports 23 (6), 1706-1715, 2018
172018
Divergent in vivo activity of non‐serotonergic and serotonergic VGluT3–neurones in the median raphe region
A Domonkos, LN Ledri, T Laszlovszky, C Cserép, Z Borhegyi, E Papp, ...
The Journal of physiology 594 (13), 3775-3790, 2016
142016
Median raphe controls acquisition of negative experience in the mouse
A Szőnyi, K Zichó, AM Barth, RT Gönczi, D Schlingloff, B Török, E Sipos, ...
Science 366 (6469), 2019
132019
Cholinergic suppression of hippocampal sharp-wave ripples impairs working memory
Y Zhang, L Cao, V Varga, M Jing, M Karadas, Y Li, G Buzsáki
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (15), 2021
2021
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