Eric Kandel
Eric KandelEric Kandel - Nobel Laureate

Eric Kandel was awarded the 2000 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discovery of how signals are transmitted between nerve cells in the brain.

Articles:


  1. Structure of the network mediating siphon-elicited siphon withdrawal in Aplysia
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 June 1995 Vol. 73 no. 6, 2413-2427

  2. Presynaptic inhibition produced by an identified presynaptic inhibitory neuron. II. Presynaptic conductance changes caused by histamine
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 January 1986 Vol. 55 no. 1, 131-146 

  3. Presynaptic inhibition produced by an identified presynaptic inhibitory neuron. I. Physiological mechanisms
    Journal of Neurophysiology  Published 1 January 1986 Vol. 55 no. 1, 113-130

  4. Mechanoafferent neurons innervating tail of Aplysia. II. Modulation by sensitizing stimulation
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 December 1983 Vol. 50 no. 6, 1543-1559

  5. Mechanoafferent neurons innervating tail of Aplysia. I. Response properties and synaptic connections
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 December 1983 Vol. 50 no. 6, 1522-1542

  6. Interneurons involved in mediation and modulation of gill-withdrawal reflex in Aplysia. I. Identification and characterization.
    Journal of Neurophysiology  Published 1 February 1981 Vol. 45 no. 2, 304-314

  7. Interneurons involved in mediation and modulation of gill-withdrawal reflex in Aplysia. IV. Morphological basis of presynaptic facilitation.
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 February 1981 Vol. 45 no. 2, 340-360

  8. Interneurons involved in mediation and modulation of gill-withdrawal reflex in Aplysia. II. Identified neurons produce heterosynaptic facilitation contributing to behavioral sensitization.
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 February 1981 Vol. 45 no. 2, 315-328

  9. Developmental modulation of an identified electrical synapse: functional uncoupling.
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 September 1980 Vol. 44 no. 3, 555-567

  10. Cellular studies of peripheral neurons in siphon skin of Aplysia californica
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 March 1979 Vol. 42 no. 2, 530-557

  11. Quantitative analysis of relative contribution of central and peripheral neurons to gill-withdrawal reflex in Aplysia californica
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 March 1979 Vol. 42 no. 2, 497-509

  12. Stimulus-response relations and stability of mechanoreceptor and motor neurons mediating defensive gill-withdrawal reflex in Aplysia
    Journal of Neurophysiology  Published 1 March 1978 Vol. 41 no. 2, 402-417

  13. Contribution of individual mechanoreceptor sensory neurons to defensive gill-withdrawal reflex in Aplysia
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 March 1978 Vol. 41 no. 2, 418-431

  14. Inking in Aplysia californica. II. Central program for inking
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 May 1977 Vol. 40 no. 3, 708-720

  15. Inking in Aplysia californica. I. Neural circuit of an all-or-none behavioral response
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 May 1977 Vol. 40 no. 3, 692-707

  16. Inking in Aplysia californica. III. Two different synaptic conductance mechanisms for triggering central program for inking
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 May 1977 Vol. 40 no. 3, 721-734

  17. Physiological and kinetic properties of cholinergic receptors activated by multiaction interneurons in buccal ganglia of Aplysia
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 March 1977 Vol. 40 no. 2, 333-348

  18. Receptive fields and response properties of mechanoreceptor neurons innervating siphon skin and mantle shelf in Aplysia.
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 September 1974 Vol. 37 no. 5, 1041-1064

  19. Local, reflex, and central commands controlling gill and siphon movements in Aplysia.
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 September 1974 Vol. 37 no. 5, 996-1019

  20. Physiological and biochemical properties of neuromuscular transmission between identified motoneurons and gill muscle in Aplysia.
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 September 1974 Vol. 37 no. 5, 1020-1040

  21. Neural control of circulation in Aplysia. I. Motoneurons.
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 May 1974 Vol. 37 no. 3, 458-475

  22. Neural control of circulation in Aplysia. II. Interneurons.
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 May 1974 Vol. 37 no. 3, 476-496

  23. Functioning of identified neurons and synapses in abdominal ganglion of Aplysia in absence of protein synthesis.
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 November 1971 Vol. 34 no. 6, 939-953

  24. Conversion of synaptic excitation to inhibition at a dual chemical synapse.
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 January 1971 Vol. 34 no. 1, 56-68

  25. Ionic mechanisms of excitatory, inhibitory, and dual synaptic actions mediated by an identified interneuron in abdominal ganglion of Aplysia.
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 January 1971 Vol. 34 no. 1, 76-92

  26. Electrophysiological properties and functional interconnections of two symmetrical neurosecretory clusters (bag cells) in abdominal ganglion of Aplysia.
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 November 1970 Vol. 33 no. 6, 865-876

  27. Organization of inhibition in abdominal ganglion of Aplysia. II. Posttetanic potentiation, heterosynaptic depression, and increments in frequency of inhibitory postsynaptic potentials.
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 July 1969 Vol. 32 no. 4, 509-519

  28. Organization of inhibition in abdominal ganglion of Aplysia. 3. Interneurons mediating inhibition.
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 July 1969 Vol. 32 no. 4, 520-539

  29. Organization of inhibition in abdominal ganglion of Aplysia. I. Role of inhibition and disinhibition in transforming neural activity.
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 July 1969 Vol. 32 no. 4, 496-508

  30. Cellular neurophysiological approaches in the study of learning.
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 January 1968 Vol. 48 no. 1, 65-134

  31. Morphological and functional properties of identified neurons in the abdominal ganglion of aplysia californica
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 November 1967 Vol. 30 no. 6, 1288-1351

  32. Direct and common connections among identified neurons in Aplysia.
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 November 1967 Vol. 30 no. 6, 1352-1376

  33. Electrophysiology of hippocampal neurons: III. Firing level and time constant
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 May 1961 Vol. 24 no. 3, 260-271

  34. Electrophysiology of hippocampal neurons: IV. Fast prepotentials
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 May 1961 Vol. 24 no. 3, 272-285

  35. Electrophysiology of hippocampal neurons: II. After-potentials and repetitive firing
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 May 1961 Vol. 24 no. 3, 243-259

  36. Electrophysiology of hippocampal neurons: I. Sequential invasion and synaptic organization
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 May 1961 Vol. 24 no. 3, 225-242

  37. Effect of gamma-amino butyric acid (gaba) on k42 outflux from rabbit cortex
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 May 1960 Vol. 23 no. 3, 237-245

  38. Potassium outflux from rabbit cortex during spreading depression
    Journal of Neurophysiology Published 1 May 1960 Vol. 23 no. 3, 246-256

  39. Transient and long-lasting electrical responses to direct hippocampal stimulation 
    American Journal of Physiology April 1, 1960 : 687-692



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