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Profile Publications(59)
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Publications By Stephen R. Soffe

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The decision to move: response times, neuronal circuits and sensory memory in a simple vertebrate., Roberts A, Borisyuk R, Buhl E, Ferrario A, Koutsikou S, Li WC, Soffe SR., Proc Biol Sci. March 27, 2019; 286 (1899): 20190297.


Stimulation of Single, Possible CHX10 Hindbrain Neurons Turns Swimming On and Off in Young Xenopus Tadpoles., Li WC, Soffe SR., Front Cell Neurosci. February 18, 2019; 13 47.            


A simple decision to move in response to touch reveals basic sensory memory and mechanisms for variable response times., Koutsikou S, Merrison-Hort R, Buhl E, Ferrario A, Li WC, Borisyuk R, Soffe SR, Roberts A., J Physiol. December 1, 2018; 596 (24): 6219-6233.                


Bifurcations of Limit Cycles in a Reduced Model of the Xenopus Tadpole Central Pattern Generator., Ferrario A, Merrison-Hort R, Soffe SR, Li WC, Borisyuk R., J Math Neurosci. July 18, 2018; 8 (1): 10.                        


Structural and functional properties of a probabilistic model of neuronal connectivity in a simple locomotor network., Ferrario A, Merrison-Hort R, Soffe SR, Borisyuk R., Elife. March 28, 2018; 7                   


To swim or not to swim: A population-level model of Xenopus tadpole decision making and locomotor behaviour., Borisyuk R, Merrison-Hort R, Soffe SR, Koutsikou S, Li WC., Biosystems. November 1, 2017; 161 3-14.                        


Studying the role of axon fasciculation during development in a computational model of the Xenopus tadpole spinal cord., Davis O, Merrison-Hort R, Soffe SR, Borisyuk R., Sci Rep. October 19, 2017; 7 (1): 13551.                          


Modelling Feedback Excitation, Pacemaker Properties and Sensory Switching of Electrically Coupled Brainstem Neurons Controlling Rhythmic Activity., Hull MJ, Soffe SR, Willshaw DJ, Roberts A., PLoS Comput Biol. January 29, 2016; 12 (1): e1004702.              


Sensory initiation of a co-ordinated motor response: synaptic excitation underlying simple decision-making., Buhl E, Soffe SR, Roberts A., J Physiol. October 1, 2015; 593 (19): 4423-37.                


Modelling the Effects of Electrical Coupling between Unmyelinated Axons of Brainstem Neurons Controlling Rhythmic Activity., Hull MJ, Soffe SR, Willshaw DJ, Roberts A., PLoS Comput Biol. May 1, 2015; 11 (5): e1004240.                  


A developmental approach to predicting neuronal connectivity from small biological datasets: a gradient-based neuron growth model., Borisyuk R, Al Azad AK, Conte D, Roberts A, Soffe SR., PLoS One. February 3, 2014; 9 (2): e89461.                


Can simple rules control development of a pioneer vertebrate neuronal network generating behavior?, Roberts A, Conte D, Hull M, Merrison-Hort R, al Azad AK, Buhl E, Borisyuk R, Soffe SR., J Neurosci. January 8, 2014; 34 (2): 608-21.


The role of a trigeminal sensory nucleus in the initiation of locomotion., Buhl E, Roberts A, Soffe SR., J Physiol. May 15, 2012; 590 (10): 2453-69.


A functional scaffold of CNS neurons for the vertebrates: the developing Xenopus laevis spinal cord., Roberts A, Li WC, Soffe SR., Dev Neurobiol. April 1, 2012; 72 (4): 575-84.        


Skin impulse excitation of spinal sensory neurons in developing Xenopus laevis (Daudin) tadpoles., James LJ, Soffe SR., J Exp Biol. October 15, 2011; 214 (Pt 20): 3341-50.


Modeling the connectome of a simple spinal cord., Borisyuk R, Al Azad AK, Conte D, Roberts A, Soffe SR., Front Neuroinform. September 23, 2011; 5 20.                  


Specific brainstem neurons switch each other into pacemaker mode to drive movement by activating NMDA receptors., Li WC, Roberts A, Soffe SR., J Neurosci. December 8, 2010; 30 (49): 16609-20.


How neurons generate behavior in a hatchling amphibian tadpole: an outline., Roberts A, Li WC, Soffe SR., Front Behav Neurosci. June 24, 2010; 4 16.            


Roles for multifunctional and specialized spinal interneurons during motor pattern generation in tadpoles, zebrafish larvae, and turtles., Berkowitz A, Roberts A, Soffe SR., Front Behav Neurosci. June 24, 2010; 4 36.                    


Defining the excitatory neurons that drive the locomotor rhythm in a simple vertebrate: insights into the origin of reticulospinal control., Soffe SR, Roberts A, Li WC., J Physiol. October 15, 2009; 587 (Pt 20): 4829-44.                


Locomotor rhythm maintenance: electrical coupling among premotor excitatory interneurons in the brainstem and spinal cord of young Xenopus tadpoles., Li WC, Roberts A, Soffe SR., J Physiol. April 15, 2009; 587 (Pt 8): 1677-93.                    


Origin of excitatory drive to a spinal locomotor network., Roberts A, Li WC, Soffe SR, Wolf E., Brain Res Rev. January 1, 2008; 57 (1): 22-8.


Reconfiguration of a vertebrate motor network: specific neuron recruitment and context-dependent synaptic plasticity., Li WC, Sautois B, Roberts A, Soffe SR., J Neurosci. November 7, 2007; 27 (45): 12267-76.


Axon and dendrite geography predict the specificity of synaptic connections in a functioning spinal cord network., Li WC, Cooke T, Sautois B, Soffe SR, Borisyuk R, Roberts A., Neural Dev. September 10, 2007; 2 17.              


Persistent responses to brief stimuli: feedback excitation among brainstem neurons., Li WC, Soffe SR, Wolf E, Roberts A., J Neurosci. April 12, 2006; 26 (15): 4026-35.


Glutamate and acetylcholine corelease at developing synapses., Li WC, Soffe SR, Roberts A., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. October 26, 2004; 101 (43): 15488-93.


Dorsal spinal interneurons forming a primitive, cutaneous sensory pathway., Li WC, Soffe SR, Roberts A., J Neurophysiol. August 1, 2004; 92 (2): 895-904.


A direct comparison of whole cell patch and sharp electrodes by simultaneous recording from single spinal neurons in frog tadpoles., Li WC, Soffe SR, Roberts A., J Neurophysiol. July 1, 2004; 92 (1): 380-6.


Primitive roles for inhibitory interneurons in developing frog spinal cord., Li WC, Higashijima S, Parry DM, Roberts A, Soffe SR., J Neurosci. June 23, 2004; 24 (25): 5840-8.                


Brainstem control of activity and responsiveness in resting frog tadpoles: tonic inhibition., Lambert TD, Li WC, Soffe SR, Roberts A., J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol. April 1, 2004; 190 (4): 331-42.


The spinal interneurons and properties of glutamatergic synapses in a primitive vertebrate cutaneous flexion reflex., Li WC, Soffe SR, Roberts A., J Neurosci. October 8, 2003; 23 (27): 9068-77.


Spinal inhibitory neurons that modulate cutaneous sensory pathways during locomotion in a simple vertebrate., Li WC, Soffe SR, Roberts A., J Neurosci. December 15, 2002; 22 (24): 10924-34.


Modelling inter-segmental coordination of neuronal oscillators: synaptic mechanisms for uni-directional coupling during swimming in Xenopus tadpoles., Tunstall MJ, Roberts A, Soffe SR., J Comput Neurosci. September 1, 2002; 13 (2): 143-58.


Defining classes of spinal interneuron and their axonal projections in hatchling Xenopus laevis tadpoles., Li WC, Perrins R, Soffe SR, Yoshida M, Walford A, Roberts A., J Comp Neurol. December 17, 2001; 441 (3): 248-65.


Functional projection distances of spinal interneurons mediating reciprocal inhibition during swimming in Xenopus tadpoles., Soffe SR, Zhao FY, Roberts A., Eur J Neurosci. February 1, 2001; 13 (3): 617-27.


Motoneurons of the axial swimming muscles in hatchling Xenopus tadpoles: features, distribution, and central synapses., Roberts A, Walford A, Soffe SR, Yoshida M., J Comp Neurol. August 30, 1999; 411 (3): 472-86.


Influence of glycinergic inhibition on spinal neuron excitability during amphibian tadpole locomotion., Perrins R, Soffe SR., Ann N Y Acad Sci. November 16, 1998; 860 472-4.


Central circuits controlling locomotion in young frog tadpoles., Roberts A, Soffe SR, Wolf ES, Yoshida M, Zhao FY., Ann N Y Acad Sci. November 16, 1998; 860 19-34.


Axon projections of reciprocal inhibitory interneurons in the spinal cord of young Xenopus tadpoles and implications for the pattern of inhibition during swimming and struggling., Yoshida M, Roberts A, Soffe SR., J Comp Neurol. November 2, 1998; 400 (4): 504-18.


Roles of ascending inhibition during two rhythmic motor patterns in Xenopus tadpoles., Green CS, Soffe SR., J Neurophysiol. May 1, 1998; 79 (5): 2316-28.


The pattern of sensory discharge can determine the motor response in young Xenopus tadpoles., Soffe SR., J Comp Physiol A. June 1, 1997; 180 (6): 711-5.


Composition of the excitatory drive during swimming in two amphibian embryos: Rana and Bufo., Perrins R, Soffe SR., J Comp Physiol A. October 1, 1996; 179 (4): 563-73.


Local effects of glycinergic inhibition in the spinal cord motor systems for swimming in amphibian embryos., Perrins R, Soffe SR., J Neurophysiol. August 1, 1996; 76 (2): 1025-35.


Motor patterns for two distinct rhythmic behaviors evoked by excitatory amino acid agonists in the Xenopus embryo spinal cord., Soffe SR., J Neurophysiol. May 1, 1996; 75 (5): 1815-25.


Transitions between two different motor patterns in Xenopus embryos., Green CS, Soffe SR., J Comp Physiol A. February 1, 1996; 178 (2): 279-91.


Two distinct rhythmic motor patterns are driven by common premotor and motor neurons in a simple vertebrate spinal cord., Soffe SR., J Neurosci. October 1, 1993; 13 (10): 4456-69.


Neuronal control of swimming locomotion: analysis of the pteropod mollusc Clione and embryos of the amphibian Xenopus., Arshavsky YuI null, Orlovsky GN, Panchin YuV null, Roberts A, Soffe SR., Trends Neurosci. June 1, 1993; 16 (6): 227-33.


Triggering and gating of motor responses by sensory stimulation: behavioural selection in Xenopus embryos., Soffe SR., Proc Biol Sci. December 23, 1991; 246 (1317): 197-203.


Neuroanatomical and functional analysis of neural tube formation in notochordless Xenopus embryos; laterality of the ventral spinal cord is lost., Clarke JD, Holder N, Soffe SR, Storm-Mathisen J., Development. June 1, 1991; 112 (2): 499-516.                        


Active and Passive Membrane Properties of Spinal Cord Neurons that Are Rhythmically Active during Swimming in Xenopus Embryos., Soffe SR., Eur J Neurosci. January 1, 1990; 2 (1): 1-10.

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