Binyamin Hochner
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Injection of the cAMP-responsive element into the nucleus of Aplysia sensory neurons blocks long-term facilitation
PK Dash, B Hochner, ER Kandel
Nature 345 (6277), 718-721, 1990
Spatially Resolved Dynamics of cAMP and Protein Kinase A Subunits in Aplysia Sensory Neurons
BJ Bacskai, B Hochner, M Mahaut-Smith, SR Adams, BK Kaang, ...
Science 260 (5105), 222-226, 1993
Motor primitives in vertebrates and invertebrates
T Flash, B Hochner
Current opinion in neurobiology 15 (6), 660-666, 2005
An octopus-bioinspired solution to movement and manipulation for soft robots
M Calisti, M Giorelli, G Levy, B Mazzolai, B Hochner, C Laschi, P Dario
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 6 (3), 036002, 2011
Continuum robot arms inspired by cephalopods
ID Walker, DM Dawson, T Flash, FW Grasso, RT Hanlon, B Hochner, ...
Unmanned Ground Vehicle Technology VII 5804, 303-314, 2005
Control of octopus arm extension by a peripheral motor program
G Sumbre, Y Gutfreund, G Fiorito, T Flash, B Hochner
Science 293 (5536), 1845-1848, 2001
The octopus: a model for a comparative analysis of the evolution of learning and memory mechanisms
B Hochner, T Shomrat, G Fiorito
The biological bulletin 210 (3), 308-317, 2006
Dynamic model of the octopus arm. I. Biomechanics of the octopus reaching movement
Y Yekutieli, R Sagiv-Zohar, R Aharonov, Y Engel, B Hochner, T Flash
Journal of neurophysiology 94 (2), 1443-1458, 2005
Roles of PKA and PKC in facilitation of evoked and spontaneous transmitter release at depressed and nondepressed synapses in Aplysia sensory neurons
M Ghirardi, O Braha, B Hochner, PG Montarolo, ER Kandel, N Dale
Neuron 9 (3), 479-489, 1992
Additional component in the cellular mechanism of presynaptic facilitation contributes to behavioral dishabituation in Aplysia.
B Hochner, M Klein, S Schacher, ER Kandel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 83 (22), 8794-8798, 1986
An embodied view of octopus neurobiology
B Hochner
Current biology 22 (20), R887-R892, 2012
Organization of octopus arm movements: a model system for studying the control of flexible arms
Y Gutfreund, T Flash, Y Yarom, G Fiorito, I Segev, B Hochner
Journal of Neuroscience 16 (22), 7297-7307, 1996
Second messengers involved in the two processes of presynaptic facilitation that contribute to sensitization and dishabituation in Aplysia sensory neurons.
O Braha, N Dale, B Hochner, M Klein, TW Abrams, ER Kandel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 87 (5), 2040-2044, 1990
Octopuses use a human-like strategy to control precise point-to-point arm movements
G Sumbre, G Fiorito, T Flash, B Hochner
Current Biology 16 (8), 767-772, 2006
Patterns of arm muscle activation involved in octopus reaching movements
Y Gutfreund, T Flash, G Fiorito, B Hochner
Journal of Neuroscience 18 (15), 5976-5987, 1998
Motor control of flexible octopus arms
G Sumbre, G Fiorito, T Flash, B Hochner
Nature 433 (7026), 595-596, 2005
Stress-induced alternative splicing of acetylcholinesterase results in enhanced fear memory and long-term potentiation
I Nijholt, N Farchi, M Kye, EH Sklan, S Shoham, B Verbeure, D Owen, ...
Molecular psychiatry 9 (2), 174-183, 2004
Action-potential duration and the modulation of transmitter release from the sensory neurons of Aplysia in presynaptic facilitation and behavioral sensitization
B Hochner, M Klein, S Schacher, ER Kandel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 83 (21), 8410-8414, 1986
Nonsomatotopic organization of the higher motor centers in octopus
L Zullo, G Sumbre, C Agnisola, T Flash, B Hochner
Current Biology 19 (19), 1632-1636, 2009
A learning and memory area in the octopus brain manifests a vertebrate-like long-term potentiation
B Hochner, ER Brown, M Langella, T Shomrat, G Fiorito
Journal of Neurophysiology 90 (5), 3547-3554, 2003
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