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Daniel Gardner

Recent publications

Goldberg, D.H., Victor, J.D., Gardner, E.P., & Gardner, D. (2009). Spike Train Analysis Toolkit: Enabling wider application of information-theoretic techniques to neurophysiology. Neuroinformatics 7, 165-178.

Gardner, D., Akil, H., Ascoli, G.A., Bowden, D.M., Bug, W., Donohue , D.E., Goldberg, D.H., Grafstein, B., Grethe, J.S., Gupta, A., Halavi, M., Kennedy, D.N., Marenco, L., Martone, M.E., Miller, P.L., Müller, H.-M., Robert, A., Shepherd, G.M., Sternberg, P.W., Van Essen, D.C., & Williams, R.W. (2008). The Neuroscience Information Framework: a data and knowledge environment for neuroscience. Neuroinformatics 6(3): 149-160.

Petilla Interneuron Nomenclature Group (39 authors including D. Gardner). Petilla terminology: nomenclature of features of GABAergic interneurons of the cerebral cortex. Nature Rev. Neurosci. 9: 557-568, 2008.

Gardner, D., Goldberg, D.H., Grafstein, B., Robert, A., & Gardner, E.P. (2008). Terminology for neuroscience data discovery: multi-tree syntax and investigator-derived semantics. Neuroinformatics 6(3): 161-174.

Victor, J.D., Goldberg, D., and Gardner, D.
Dynamic programming algorithms for comparing multineuronal spike trains via cost-based metrics and alignments. (2007). J. Neurosci. Meth. 161: 351-360.

Gardner, D., Abato, M., Knuth, K.H., and Robert, A. Neuroinformatics for neurophysiology: The role, design and use of databases. In: Databasing the Brain: From Data to Knowledge (Neuroinformatics). edited by S.H. Koslow and S. Subramaniam. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., pp 47-67, 2005.

Gardner D. Neurodatabase.org: networking the microelectrode. Nat Neurosci. 2004 May;7(5):486-7.

Gardner D, Toga AW, Ascoli GA, Beatty JT, Brinkley JF, Dale AM, Fox PT, Gardner EP, George JS, Goddard N, Harris KM, Herskovits EH, Hines ML, Jacobs GA, Jacobs RE, Jones EG, Kennedy DN, Kimberg DY, Mazziotta JC, Miller PL, Mori S, Mountain DC, Reiss AL, Rosen GD, Rottenberg DA, Shepherd GM, Smalheiser NR, Smith KP, Strachan T, Van Essen DC, Williams RW, Wong ST. Towards effective and rewarding data sharing. Neuroinformatics. 2003;1(3):289-95.

Gardner D, Abato M, Knuth KH, DeBellis R, Erde SM. Dynamic publication model for neurophysiology databases. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2001 Aug 29;356(1412):1229-47.

Gardner D, Knuth KH, Abato M, Erde SM, White T, DeBellis R, Gardner EP. Common data model for neuroscience data and data model exchange. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2001 Jan-Feb;8(1):17-33.

Gardner, D., Toga, A.W., Ascoli, G.A., Beatty, J., Brinkley, J.F., Dale, A.M., Fox, P.T., Gardner, E.P., George, J.S., Goddard, N., Harris, K.M., Herskovits, E.H., Hines, M., Jacobs, G.A., Jacobs, R.E., Jones, E.G., Kennedy, D.N., Kimberg, D.Y., Mazziotta, J.C., Miller, P., Mori, S., Mountain, D.C., Reiss, A.L., Rosen, G.D., Rottenberg, D.A., Shepherd, G.M., Smalheiser, N.R., Smith, K.P., Strachan, T., Van Essen, D.C., Williams, R.W., Wong, S.T.C. Towards Effective and Rewarding Data Sharing. Neuroinformatics 1: 289-295, 2003.

Gardner, D., Abato, M., Knuth, K.H., and Robert, A. Neuroinformatics for neurophysiology: The role, design, and use of databases. In: Databasing the Brain: From Data to Knowledge (Neuroinformatics). edited by S.H. Koslow and S. Subramaniam. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2003. (In press)

Gardner, D., Knuth, K.H., Abato, M., Erde, S.M., White, T., DeBellis, R. and Gardner, E.P. Common data model for neuroscience data and data model interchange. J. Am. Med. Informatics Assoc. 8: 17-31, 2001.

Gardner, D., Abato, M., Knuth, K.H., DeBellis, R., and Erde, S.M. Dynamic publication model for neurophysiology databases. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B. 356: 1229-1247, 2001.

Links to abstracts and presentations are available via neuroanalysis.org

Classic publications

Gardner, D. Bilateral symmetry and interneuronal organization in the buccal ganglia of Aplysia. Science 173: 550-553, 1971.

Gardner, D. and Kandel, E.R. Diphasic post-synaptic potential: a chemical synapse capable of mediating conjoint excitation and inhibition. Science 176: 675-678, 1972.

Gardner, D. and Kandel, E.R. Physiological and kinetic properties of cholinergic receptors activated by multi-action interneurons in the buccal ganglia of Aplysia. J. Neurophysiol. 40: 333-348, 1977. Gardner, D. Interconnections of identified multi-action interneurons in the buccal ganglia of Aplysia. J. Neurophysiol. 40: 349-361, 1977. Gardner, D. Voltage-clamp analysis of a self-inhibitory synaptic potential in the buccal ganglia of Aplysia. J. Physiol. (London) 264: 893-920, 1977.

Gardner, D. and Stevens, C.F. Rate-limiting step of inhibitory post-synaptic current decay in Aplysia buccal ganglia. J. Physiol. (London) 304: 145-164, 1980.

Gardner, D. Membrane-potential effects on an inhibitory post-synaptic conductance in Aplysia buccal ganglia. J. Physiol. (London) 304: 165-180, 1980.

Gardner, D. Time integral of synaptic conductance. J. Physiol. (London) 304: 181-191, 1980.

Gardner, D. Paired individual and mean postsynaptic currents recorded in four-cell networks of Aplysia. J. Neurophysiol. 63: 1226-1240, 1990.

Gardner, D. Presynaptic transmitter release is specified by postsynaptic neurons of Aplysia buccal ganglia. J. Neurophysiol. 66:, 2150-2154, 1991.

Gardner, D. (editor) Forty Years of Membrane Current in Nerve. Supplement to Physiological Reviews vol. 72. Bethesda, MD: American Physiological Soc., 1992.

Gardner, D., editor. The Neurobiology of Neural Networks. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 1993.


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