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Robert Galambos

TitleEmeritus Professor
InstitutionUniversity of California San Diego
DepartmentNeurosciences
Address9500 Gilman Drive #0201
La Jolla CA 92093
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    1. Todorov MI, Kékesi KA, Borhegyi Z, Galambos R, Juhász G, Hudetz AG. Retino-cortical stimulus frequency-dependent gamma coupling: evidence and functional implications of oscillatory potentials. Physiol Rep. 2016 Oct; 4(19). PMID: 27702884.
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    2. Galambos R. Reflections on the conceptual origins of neuron--glia interactions. Neuron Glia Biol. 2007 May; 3(2):89-91. PMID: 18634569.
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    3. Galambos R. Models and musings about them. Int J Psychophysiol. 2006 May; 60(2):101-5. PMID: 16513197.
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    4. Galambos R, Juhász G, Lorincz M, Szilágyi N. The human Retinal Functional Unit. Int J Psychophysiol. 2005 Sep; 57(3):187-94. PMID: 15896859.
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    5. Galambos R. Four favorite experiments and why I like them. Int J Psychophysiol. 2003 May; 48(2):133-40. PMID: 12763570.
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    6. Galambos R, Juhász G. How patterns of bleached rods and cones become visual perceptual experiences: a proposal. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2001 Sep 25; 98(20):11702-7. PMID: 11562496; PMCID: PMC58793.
    7. Galambos R, Szabó-Salfay O, Szatmári E, Szilágyi N, Juhász G. Sleep modifies retinal ganglion cell responses in the normal rat. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2001 Feb 13; 98(4):2083-8. PMID: 11172079; PMCID: PMC29385.
    8. Galambos R, Szabó-Salfay O, Barabás P, Pálhalmi J, Szilágyi N, Juhász G. Temporal distribution of the ganglion cell volleys in the normal rat optic nerve. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2000 Nov 21; 97(24):13454-9. PMID: 11078526; PMCID: PMC27245.
    9. Galambos R, Juhasz G. The contribution of glial cells to spontaneous and evoked potentials. Int J Psychophysiol. 1997 Jun; 26(1-3):229-36. PMID: 9203005.
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    10. Galambos R, Juhász G, Kékesi AK, Nyitrai G, Szilágyi N. Natural sleep modifies the rat electroretinogram. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1994 May 24; 91(11):5153-7. PMID: 8197199; PMCID: PMC43950.
    11. Worden FG, Galambos R. Auditory processing of biologically significant sounds. Neurosci Res Program Bull. 1972 Feb; 10(1):1-119. PMID: 4196358.
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    12. Klivington KA, Galambos R. Rapid resistance shifts in cat cortex during click-evoked responses. J Neurophysiol. 1968 Jul; 31(4):565-73. PMID: 5709872.
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    13. Velluti R, Klivington K, Galambos R. Evoked resistance shifts in subcortical nuclei. Curr Mod Biol. 1968 May-Jun; 2(2):78-80. PMID: 5650001.
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    14. PRICHARD JW, CHIMIENTI J, GALAMBOS R. EVOKED RESPONSE FROM EXTRACRANIAL SITES IN THE CAT. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol. 1965 Apr; 18:493-9. PMID: 14276043.
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    15. ROSE JE, GALAMBOS R, HUGHES JR. Microelectrode studies of the cochlear nuclei of the cat. Bull Johns Hopkins Hosp. 1959 May; 104(5):211-51. PMID: 13651831.
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    16. VERNIER VG, GALAMBOS R. Response of single medial geniculate units to repetitive click stimuli. Am J Physiol. 1957 Feb; 188(2):233-7. PMID: 13411193.
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    17. GALAMBOS R. Microelectrode studies on medial geniculate body of cat. III. Response to pure tones. J Neurophysiol. 1952 Sep; 15(5):381-400. PMID: 12991104.
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    18. GALAMBOS R, ROSE JE, BROMILEY RB, HUGHES JR. Microelectrode studies on medial geniculate body of cat. II. Response to clicks. J Neurophysiol. 1952 Sep; 15(5):359-80. PMID: 12991103.
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    19. Rose JE, Galambos R. Microelectrode studies on medial geniculate body of cat. I. Thalamic region activated by click stimuli. J Neurophysiol. 1952 09; 15(5):343-57. PMID: 12991102.
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