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Hokto  Kazama

Hokto Kazama, Ph.D.

Circuit Mechanisms of Sensory Perception / Team Leader

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    Shiozaki HM, and Kazama H: "Parallel encoding of recent visual experience and self-motion during navigation in Drosophila", Nature Neuroscience, 20(10), 1395-1403 (2017)

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    Inada K, Tsuchimoto Y, and Kazama H: "Origins of cell-type-specific olfactory processing in the Drosophila mushroom body circuit.", Neuron, 95, 357-367 (2017)

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    Badel L, Ohta K, Tsuchimoto Y, and Kazama H: "Decoding of context-dependent olfactory behavior in Drosophila.", Neuron, 91, 155-167 (2016)

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    Kazama H: "Systems neuroscience in Drosophila: conceptual and technical advantages.", Neuroscience, 296, 3-14 (2015)

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    Oizumi M, Satoh R, Kazama H, and Okada M: "Functional Differences between Global Pre- and Postsynaptic Inhibition in the Drosophila Olfactory Circuit.", Front Comput Neurosci, 6, 14 (2012)

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    Kazama H, Yaksi E, and Wilson RI: "Cell death triggers olfactory circuit plasticity via glial signaling in Drosophila.", J Neurosci, 31(21), 7619-30 (2011)

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    Satoh R, Oizumi M, Kazama H, and Okada M: "Mechanisms of maximum information preservation in the Drosophila antennal lobe.", PLoS One, 5(5), e10644 (2010)

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    Kazama H, and Wilson RI: "Origins of correlated activity in an olfactory circuit.", Nat Neurosci, 12(9), 1136-44 (2009)

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    Kazama H, and Wilson RI: "Homeostatic matching and nonlinear amplification at identified central synapses.", Neuron, 58(3), 401-13 (2008)