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Bernat Kocsis, PH.D.

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Available: 11/01/18, Expires: 09/30/20

Partial models of schizophrenia exhibit the animal equivalents of schizophrenia-related neurocognitive deficits and show characteristic abnormalities in the organization of cortical networks, reminiscent of those in schizophrenic patients. We use several neurodevelopmental and pharmacological models to examine how pathologic alterations in the neuronal circuitry lead to impaired oscillatory synchronization in the hippocampus and prefrontal cortex and how these, in turn, contribute to neurocognitive deficits. The students may participate in designing and conducting any component of the experiments which include electrophysiological recordings, behavioral-cognitive tests, computer analysis of electrophysiological signals, immunohistology, and examination of the effect of psychoactive compounds on the neuronal activity of the cortex and hippocampus.

Available: 10/18/18, Expires: 09/30/20

The goal of this research is to investigate how serotonergic neurons participate in the regulation of the electrical activity of the cortex and hippocampus. The cortex and hippocampus play a critical role in learning and memory and its function can effectively be assessed using electrophysiological techniques. The serotonergic system has been implicated in the control of affective and cognitive functions and is a primary target of psychopharmacology of a number of psychiatric diseases, including depression, anxiety, schizophrenia. The traditional view of the function of serotonergic neurons is that of a slow firing neuromodulatory system. However, the recent discovery of fast firingt 5-HT neurons synchronized with cortical oscillations raise the possibility of an unknown, rapid mode of information transmission between the serotonergic system and cortical areas involved in cognitive functions. We use different techniques of electrophysiology and neuropharmacology, and advanced signal analysis to unravel the mechanism and function of this new type of communication. We are also working on the implementation of a novel technique of selective activation of 5-HT neurons in the midbrain raphe targeted with viral vectors to express light-activated channelrhodopsin2. Depending on the timing of the project the students may work on different aspects of developing this optogenetic technique or use the existing methods to analyze the effect of serotonergic compounds and electrical stimulation of the raphe on the behavior-dependent network oscillations in the cortex and hippocampus.

Characterization of the role of the nucleus reuniens in prefrontal cortex and hippocampal synchronization
Summer, 06/10/14 - 08/15/14

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  1. R01MH100820 (KOCSIS, BERNAT) Apr 1, 2014 - Mar 31, 2019
    NIH/NIMH
    Spatiotemporal Network Dynamics in a Rat Model of Schizophrenia
    Role: Principal Investigator
  2. R21MH087777 (KOCSIS, BERNAT) Jun 15, 2010 - May 31, 2013
    NIH/NIMH
    Information flow in the limbic theta circuit revealed by Granger causality
    Role: Principal Investigator
  3. R21MH083199 (KOCSIS, BERNAT) Apr 7, 2009 - Feb 28, 2012
    NIH/NIMH
    Interneuron circuits and brain oscillations in rat models of schizophrenia
    Role: Principal Investigator
  4. P01HL095491 (SAPER, CLIFFORD B) Apr 1, 2009 - May 31, 2020
    NIH/NHLBI
    Mechanisms of Arousal in Sleep Apnea
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator
  5. R01MH062525 (KOCSIS, BERNAT) Sep 6, 2001 - Jun 30, 2007
    NIH/NIMH
    Cooperation among subcortical networks underlying memory
    Role: Principal Investigator

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  1. Pittman-Polletta B, Hu K, Kocsis B. Subunit-specific NMDAR antagonism dissociates schizophrenia subtype-relevant oscillopathies associated with frontal hypofunction and hippocampal hyperfunction. Sci Rep. 2018 Aug 02; 8(1):11588. PMID: 30072757.
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  2. Kang D, Ding M, Topchiy I, Kocsis B. Reciprocal Interactions between Medial Septum and Hippocampus in Theta Generation: Granger Causality Decomposition of Mixed Spike-Field Recordings. Front Neuroanat. 2017; 11:120. PMID: 29311851.
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  3. Kocsis B, Pittman-Polletta BR, Roy A. Respiration-coupled rhythms in prefrontal cortex: beyond if, to when, how, and why. Brain Struct Funct. 2018 Jan; 223(1):11-16. PMID: 29222723.
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  4. Allen PJ, Jimerson DC, Kanarek RB, Kocsis B. Impaired reversal learning in an animal model of anorexia nervosa. Physiol Behav. 2017 Oct 01; 179:313-318. PMID: 28655555.
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  5. Roy A, Svensson FP, Mazeh A, Kocsis B. Prefrontal-hippocampal coupling by theta rhythm and by 2-5 Hz oscillation in the delta band: The role of the nucleus reuniens of the thalamus. Brain Struct Funct. 2017 Aug; 222(6):2819-2830. PMID: 28210848.
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  6. Kim B, Kocsis B, Hwang E, Kim Y, Strecker RE, McCarley RW, Choi JH. Differential modulation of global and local neural oscillations in REM sleep by homeostatic sleep regulation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2017 02 28; 114(9):E1727-E1736. PMID: 28193862.
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  7. Kocsis B. NEUROSCIENCE. REMembering what you learned. Science. 2016 May 13; 352(6287):770-1. PMID: 27174973.
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  8. Trongnetrpunya A, Nandi B, Kang D, Kocsis B, Schroeder CE, Ding M. Assessing Granger Causality in Electrophysiological Data: Removing the Adverse Effects of Common Signals via Bipolar Derivations. Front Syst Neurosci. 2015; 9:189. PMID: 26834583; PMCID: PMC4718991.
  9. Kang D, Ding M, Topchiy I, Shifflett L, Kocsis B. Theta-rhythmic drive between medial septum and hippocampus in slow-wave sleep and microarousal: a Granger causality analysis. J Neurophysiol. 2015 Nov; 114(5):2797-803. PMID: 26354315.
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  10. Kim T, Thankachan S, McKenna JT, McNally JM, Yang C, Choi JH, Chen L, Kocsis B, Deisseroth K, Strecker RE, Basheer R, Brown RE, McCarley RW. Cortically projecting basal forebrain parvalbumin neurons regulate cortical gamma band oscillations. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2015 Mar 17; 112(11):3535-40. PMID: 25733878; PMCID: PMC4371918.
  11. Pittman-Polletta BR, Kocsis B, Vijayan S, Whittington MA, Kopell NJ. Brain rhythms connect impaired inhibition to altered cognition in schizophrenia. Biol Psychiatry. 2015 Jun 15; 77(12):1020-30. PMID: 25850619.
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  12. Kocsis B, Lee P, Deth R. Enhancement of gamma activity after selective activation of dopamine D4 receptors in freely moving rats and in a neurodevelopmental model of schizophrenia. Brain Struct Funct. 2014 Nov; 219(6):2173-80. PMID: 23839116; PMCID: PMC3859720.
  13. McKenna JT, Kocsis B, McCarley RW. Aberrant cortical neuroplasticity in the OSA patient (Commentary on Opie et al.). Eur J Neurosci. 2013 Jun; 37(11):1843. PMID: 23725099.
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  14. Kocsis B, Brown RE, McCarley RW, Hajos M. Impact of ketamine on neuronal network dynamics: translational modeling of schizophrenia-relevant deficits. CNS Neurosci Ther. 2013 Jun; 19(6):437-47. PMID: 23611295; PMCID: PMC3663928.
  15. Ly S, Pishdari B, Lok LL, Hajos M, Kocsis B. Activation of 5-HT6 receptors modulates sleep-wake activity and hippocampal theta oscillation. ACS Chem Neurosci. 2013 Jan 16; 4(1):191-9. PMID: 23336058; PMCID: PMC3547479.
  16. Kocsis B. State-dependent increase of cortical gamma activity during REM sleep after selective blockade of NR2B subunit containing NMDA receptors. Sleep. 2012 Jul 01; 35(7):1011-6. PMID: 22754048; PMCID: PMC3369220.
  17. Kocsis B. Differential role of NR2A and NR2B subunits in N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor antagonist-induced aberrant cortical gamma oscillations. Biol Psychiatry. 2012 Jun 01; 71(11):987-95. PMID: 22055014; PMCID: PMC3276718.
  18. Kittelberger K, Hur EE, Sazegar S, Keshavan V, Kocsis B. Comparison of the effects of acute and chronic administration of ketamine on hippocampal oscillations: relevance for the NMDA receptor hypofunction model of schizophrenia. Brain Struct Funct. 2012 Apr; 217(2):395-409. PMID: 21979451; PMCID: PMC3288729.
  19. Siok CJ, Cogan SM, Shifflett LB, Doran AC, Kocsis B, Hajós M. Comparative analysis of the neurophysiological profile of group II metabotropic glutamate receptor activators and diazepam: effects on hippocampal and cortical EEG patterns in rats. Neuropharmacology. 2012 Jan; 62(1):226-36. PMID: 21791219.
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  20. Sörman E, Wang D, Hajos M, Kocsis B. Control of hippocampal theta rhythm by serotonin: role of 5-HT2c receptors. Neuropharmacology. 2011 Sep; 61(3):489-94. PMID: 21281651; PMCID: PMC3110562.
  21. Lanre-Amos T, Kocsis B. Hippocampal oscillations in the rodent model of schizophrenia induced by amygdala GABA receptor blockade. Front Psychiatry. 2010; 1:132. PMID: 21308001; PMCID: PMC3034149.
  22. Hajós M, Hoffmann WE, Kocsis B. Activation of cannabinoid-1 receptors disrupts sensory gating and neuronal oscillation: relevance to schizophrenia. Biol Psychiatry. 2008 Jun 01; 63(11):1075-83. PMID: 18261715.
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  23. Hajós M, Siok CJ, Hoffmann WE, Li S, Kocsis B. Modulation of hippocampal theta oscillation by histamine H3 receptors. J Pharmacol Exp Ther. 2008 Jan; 324(1):391-8. PMID: 17940197.
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  24. McNaughton N, Kocsis B, Hajós M. Elicited hippocampal theta rhythm: a screen for anxiolytic and procognitive drugs through changes in hippocampal function? Behav Pharmacol. 2007 Sep; 18(5-6):329-46. PMID: 17762505.
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  25. Li S, Topchiy I, Kocsis B. The effect of atropine administered in the medial septum or hippocampus on high- and low-frequency theta rhythms in the hippocampus of urethane anesthetized rats. Synapse. 2007 Jun; 61(6):412-9. PMID: 17372965.
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  26. Kocsis B, Li S, Hajos M. Behavior-dependent modulation of hippocampal EEG activity by the selective norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor reboxetine in rats. Hippocampus. 2007; 17(8):627-33. PMID: 17492692.
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  27. Hajós M, Allers KA, Jennings K, Sharp T, Charette G, Sík A, Kocsis B. Neurochemical identification of stereotypic burst-firing neurons in the rat dorsal raphe nucleus using juxtacellular labelling methods. Eur J Neurosci. 2007 Jan; 25(1):119-26. PMID: 17241273.
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  28. Dahan L, Astier B, Vautrelle N, Urbain N, Kocsis B, Chouvet G. Prominent burst firing of dopaminergic neurons in the ventral tegmental area during paradoxical sleep. Neuropsychopharmacology. 2007 Jun; 32(6):1232-41. PMID: 17151599.
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  29. Kocsis B. The effect of descending theta rhythmic input from the septohippocampal system on firing in the supramammillary nucleus. Brain Res. 2006 May 01; 1086(1):92-7. PMID: 16616733.
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  30. Kocsis B, Varga V, Dahan L, Sik A. Serotonergic neuron diversity: identification of raphe neurons with discharges time-locked to the hippocampal theta rhythm. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2006 Jan 24; 103(4):1059-64. PMID: 16418294; PMCID: PMC1347988.
  31. Siok CJ, Rogers JA, Kocsis B, Hajós M. Activation of alpha7 acetylcholine receptors augments stimulation-induced hippocampal theta oscillation. Eur J Neurosci. 2006 Jan; 23(2):570-4. PMID: 16420464.
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  32. Kocsis B, Kaminski M. Dynamic changes in the direction of the theta rhythmic drive between supramammillary nucleus and the septohippocampal system. Hippocampus. 2006; 16(6):531-40. PMID: 16598710.
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  33. Li S, Varga V, Sik A, Kocsis B. GABAergic control of the ascending input from the median raphe nucleus to the limbic system. J Neurophysiol. 2005 Oct; 94(4):2561-74. PMID: 15944232; PMCID: PMC1224729.
  34. Kocsis B, Li S. In vivo contribution of h-channels in the septal pacemaker to theta rhythm generation. Eur J Neurosci. 2004 Oct; 20(8):2149-58. PMID: 15450094.
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  35. Kocsis B, Gyimesi-Pelczer K. Patterns of relationship between activity of sympathetic nerves in rabbits and rats. Auton Neurosci. 2004 Jul 30; 114(1-2):17-28. PMID: 15331041.
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  36. Cantero JL, Atienza M, Stickgold R, Kahana MJ, Madsen JR, Kocsis B. Sleep-dependent theta oscillations in the human hippocampus and neocortex. J Neurosci. 2003 Nov 26; 23(34):10897-903. PMID: 14645485.
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  37. Varga V, Kocsis B, Sharp T. Electrophysiological evidence for convergence of inputs from the medial prefrontal cortex and lateral habenula on single neurons in the dorsal raphe nucleus. Eur J Neurosci. 2003 Jan; 17(2):280-6. PMID: 12542664.
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  38. Kocsis B, Gyimesi-Pelczer K. Activation of the 10-Hz sympathetic generator during the second phase of severe hypoxia-hypercapnia and Cushing reaction. Auton Neurosci. 2002 Jun 28; 98(1-2):41-4. PMID: 12144038.
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  39. Kocsis B, Gyimesi-Pelczer K. Coherent sympathetic nerve activity in different postganglionic nerves after spinal cord transection in the cat. Auton Neurosci. 2002 Jun 28; 98(1-2):37-40. PMID: 12144037.
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  40. Viana Di Prisco G, Albo Z, Vertes RP, Kocsis B. Discharge properties of neurons of the median raphe nucleus during hippocampal theta rhythm in the rat. Exp Brain Res. 2002 Aug; 145(3):383-94. PMID: 12136388.
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  41. Varga V, Sik A, Freund TF, Kocsis B. GABA(B) receptors in the median raphe nucleus: distribution and role in the serotonergic control of hippocampal activity. Neuroscience. 2002; 109(1):119-32. PMID: 11784704.
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  42. Kiss J, Csáki A, Bokor H, Kocsis K, Kocsis B. Possible glutamatergic/aspartatergic projections to the supramammillary nucleus and their origins in the rat studied by selective [(3)H]D-aspartate labelling and immunocytochemistry. Neuroscience. 2002; 111(3):671-91. PMID: 12031353.
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  43. Kocsis B, Di Prisco GV, Vertes RP. Theta synchronization in the limbic system: the role of Gudden's tegmental nuclei. Eur J Neurosci. 2001 Jan; 13(2):381-8. PMID: 11168543.
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  44. Kocsis B, Székely G, Pap L, Takácsi-Nagy Z, Németh G. Postoperative radiotherapy of childhood medulloblastomas. Neoplasma. 2001; 48(4):320-3. PMID: 11712686.
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  45. Dempesy CW, Richardson DE, Kocsis B, Fontana CJ, Song JH. Lateral tegmental field neurons with activity correlated to the 10-Hz rhythm in sympathetic nerve discharge. Brain Res. 2000 Jan 03; 852(1):213-6. PMID: 10661515.
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  46. Rowe K, Moreno R, Lau TR, Wallooppillai U, Nearing BD, Kocsis B, Quattrochi J, Hobson JA, Verrier RL. Heart rate surges during REM sleep are associated with theta rhythm and PGO activity in cats. Am J Physiol. 1999 09; 277(3):R843-9. PMID: 10484502.
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  47. Kocsis B, Bragin A, Buzsáki G. Interdependence of multiple theta generators in the hippocampus: a partial coherence analysis. J Neurosci. 1999 Jul 15; 19(14):6200-12. PMID: 10407056.
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  48. Kocsis B, Karlsson T, Wallin BG. Cardiac- and noncardiac-related coherence between sympathetic drives to muscles of different human limbs. Am J Physiol. 1999 Jun; 276(6 Pt 2):R1608-16. PMID: 10362738.
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  49. Kocsis B, Gyimesi-Pelczer K, Vertes RP. Medium-frequency oscillations dominate the inspiratory nerve discharge of anesthetized newborn rats. Brain Res. 1999 Feb 06; 818(1):180-3. PMID: 9914455.
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  50. Kocsis B, Gyimesi-Pelczer K. Spinal segments communicating resting sympathetic activity to postganglionic nerves of the stellate ganglion. Am J Physiol. 1998 Aug; 275(2 Pt 2):R400-9. PMID: 9688674.
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  51. Varga V, Kekesi A, Juhasz G, Kocsis B. Reduction of the extracellular level of glutamate in the median raphe nucleus associated with hippocampal theta activity in the anaesthetized rat. Neuroscience. 1998 May; 84(1):49-57. PMID: 9522361.
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  52. Gyimesi-Pelczer K, Kocsis B. Spinal cord segments mediating tonic sympathetic nerve discharge to the kidney in the anesthetized cat. J Auton Nerv Syst. 1998 Apr 30; 69(2-3):122-6. PMID: 9696267.
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  53. Vertes RP, Kocsis B. Brainstem-diencephalo-septohippocampal systems controlling the theta rhythm of the hippocampus. Neuroscience. 1997 Dec; 81(4):893-926. PMID: 9330355.
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  54. Dempesy CW, Richardson DE, Kocsis B, Fontana CJ, Song JH. Neurons of the rostral para-ambiguual field have activity correlated to the 10-Hz rhythm in sympathetic nerve discharge of urethane-anesthetized cat. Brain Res. 1997 Sep 12; 768(1-2):102-10. PMID: 9369306.
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  55. Kocsis B, Gyimesi-Pelczer K. Power spectral analysis of inspiratory nerve activity in the anesthetized rat: uncorrelated fast oscillations in different inspiratory nerves. Brain Res. 1997 Jan 16; 745(1-2):309-12. PMID: 9037423.
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  56. Kocsis B, Vertes RP. Phase relations of rhythmic neuronal firing in the supramammillary nucleus and mammillary body to the hippocampal theta activity in urethane anesthetized rats. Hippocampus. 1997; 7(2):204-14. PMID: 9136050.
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  57. Kocsis B, Vertes RP. Midbrain raphe cell firing and hippocampal theta rhythm in urethane-anaesthetized rats. Neuroreport. 1996 Nov 25; 7(18):2867-72. PMID: 9116199.
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  58. Kinney GG, Kocsis B, Vertes RP. Medial septal unit firing characteristics following injections of 8-OH-DPAT into the median raphe nucleus. Brain Res. 1996 Feb 05; 708(1-2):116-22. PMID: 8720866.
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  59. Kinney GG, Kocsis B, Vertes RP. Injections of muscimol into the median raphe nucleus produce hippocampal theta rhythm in the urethane anesthetized rat. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 1995 Aug; 120(3):244-8. PMID: 8524970.
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  60. Thinschmidt JS, Kinney GG, Kocsis B. The supramammillary nucleus: is it necessary for the mediation of hippocampal theta rhythm? Neuroscience. 1995 Jul; 67(2):301-12. PMID: 7675171.
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  61. Kocsis B. Baroreceptor influence on the relationships between discharges of different sympathetic nerves of the cat. J Physiol. 1995 Feb 01; 482 ( Pt 3):687-96. PMID: 7738857; PMCID: PMC1157793.
  62. Kocsis B, Vertes RP. Characterization of neurons of the supramammillary nucleus and mammillary body that discharge rhythmically with the hippocampal theta rhythm in the rat. J Neurosci. 1994 Nov; 14(11 Pt 2):7040-52. PMID: 7965097.
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  63. Kocsis B, Thinschmidt JS, Kinney GG, Vertes RP. Separation of hippocampal theta dipoles by partial coherence analysis in the rat. Brain Res. 1994 Oct 17; 660(2):341-5. PMID: 7820704.
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  64. Kocsis B. Basis for differential coupling between rhythmic discharges of sympathetic efferent nerves. Am J Physiol. 1994 Oct; 267(4 Pt 2):R1008-19. PMID: 7943411.
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  65. Kinney GG, Kocsis B, Vertes RP. Injections of excitatory amino acid antagonists into the median raphe nucleus produce hippocampal theta rhythm in the urethane-anesthetized rat. Brain Res. 1994 Aug 15; 654(1):96-104. PMID: 7982102.
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  66. Vertes RP, Kinney GG, Kocsis B, Fortin WJ. Pharmacological suppression of the median raphe nucleus with serotonin1A agonists, 8-OH-DPAT and buspirone, produces hippocampal theta rhythm in the rat. Neuroscience. 1994 May; 60(2):441-51. PMID: 8072690.
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  67. Vertes RP, Kocsis B. Projections of the dorsal raphe nucleus to the brainstem: PHA-L analysis in the rat. J Comp Neurol. 1994 Feb 01; 340(1):11-26. PMID: 8176000.
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  68. Kocsis B, Fedina L, Gyimesi-Pelczer K, Ladocsi T, Pasztor E. Differential sympathetic reactions during cerebral ischaemia in cats: the role of desynchronized nerve discharge. J Physiol. 1993 Sep; 469:37-50. PMID: 8271203; PMCID: PMC1143860.
  69. Kocsis B, Vertes RP. Dorsal raphe neurons: synchronous discharge with the theta rhythm of the hippocampus in the freely behaving rat. J Neurophysiol. 1992 Oct; 68(4):1463-7. PMID: 1432093.
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  70. Kocsis B. Whether there are differential relationships among discharges of postganglionic sympathetic nerves remains an open question. Am J Physiol. 1992 Apr; 262(4 Pt 2):R717-20. PMID: 1566939.
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  71. Kocsis B, Lenkei Z. Coordination between cardiovascular and respiratory control systems during and after cerebral ischemia. J Appl Physiol (1985). 1992 Apr; 72(4):1595-603. PMID: 1592753.
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  72. Antal M, Buzsáki G, Czéh G, Gaál G, Galyas B, Horváth Z, Jakab R, Kabai P, Kiss J, Kocsis B, et al. The path forward in Hungarian neuroscience. Trends Neurosci. 1991 May; 14(5):185-8. PMID: 1713719.
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  73. Kocsis B, Fedina L, Pasztor E. Effect of preexisting brain ischemia on sympathetic nerve response to intracranial hypertension. J Appl Physiol (1985). 1991 May; 70(5):2181-7. PMID: 1864800.
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  74. Kocsis B, Gebber GL, Barman SM, Kenney MJ. Relationships between activity of sympathetic nerve pairs: phase and coherence. Am J Physiol. 1990 Sep; 259(3 Pt 2):R549-60. PMID: 2118732.
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  75. Gebber GL, Barman SM, Kocsis B. Coherence of medullary unit activity and sympathetic nerve discharge. Am J Physiol. 1990 Sep; 259(3 Pt 2):R561-71. PMID: 2396714.
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  76. Kenney MJ, Gebber GL, Barman SM, Kocsis B. Forebrain rhythm generators influence sympathetic activity in anesthetized cats. Am J Physiol. 1990 Sep; 259(3 Pt 2):R572-8. PMID: 2396715.
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  77. Kocsis B, Fedina L, Pasztor E. Comparison of methods eliciting cerebral ischaemic pressor response in the cat. Neurol Res. 1990 Mar; 12(1):49-53. PMID: 1970626.
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  78. Kocsis B, Fedina L, Pasztor E. Comparison of methods eliciting cerebral ischaemic pressor response in the cat. Neurol Res. 1990 Mar; 12(1):49-53. PMID: 27819591.
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  79. Afra D, Kerpel-Fronius S, Szinai I, Kocsis B, Eckhardt S. Combined treatment of anaplastic astrocytoma (grade 3-4) with diacetyl-dianhydro-galactitol (DADAG). J Neurooncol. 1990 Feb; 8(1):85-91. PMID: 2319295.
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  80. Kocsis B, Fedina L, Pasztor E. Two-phase change of sympathetic rhythms in brain ischemia, Cushing reaction, and asphyxia. Am J Physiol. 1989 Jan; 256(1 Pt 2):R120-32. PMID: 2912204.
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  81. Lukoshkova EV, Kocsis B, Shuvalova TB, Khayutin VM. Characterization of the very late cardiosympathetic A-reflex in high-mesencephalic cats. Brain Res. 1987 Jun 02; 412(2):357-62. PMID: 3607472.
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  82. Fedina L, Pásztor E, Kocsis B, Berta Z. Activity of peripheral sympathetic efferent nerves in experimental subarachnoid haemorrhage. Part II: Observations during the "early vasospasm" period. Acta Neurochir (Wien). 1986; 80(1-2):42-6. PMID: 3706012.
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  83. Pásztor E, Fedina L, Kocsis B, Berta Z. Activity of peripheral sympathetic efferent nerves in experimental subarachnoid haemorrhage. Part I: Observations at the time of intracranial hypertension. Acta Neurochir (Wien). 1986; 79(2-4):125-31. PMID: 3962742.
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  84. Kocsis B. Real-time blood pressure monitoring in physiological experiments using an Apple II microcomputer. Comput Methods Programs Biomed. 1985 Nov; 21(2):101-6. PMID: 3853481.
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