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Calcium imaging reveals glial involvement in transcranial direct current stimulation-induced plasticity in mouse brain[LINK] 117 37.13
Astrocyte calcium signaling transforms cholinergic modulation to cortical plasticity in vivo[LINK] 253 33.99
Glycogen distribution in the microwave‐fixed mouse brain reveals heterogeneous astrocytic patterns[LINK] 35 12.94
A simple head-mountable LED device for chronic stimulation of optogenetic molecules in freely moving mice[LINK] 78 9.79
Transformation of cortical and hippocampal neural circuit by environmental enrichment[LINK] 43 9.51
Cerebral blood flow modulation by basal forebrain or whisker stimulation can occur independently of large cytosolic Ca2+ signaling in astrocytes[LINK] 55 9.28
Cortical layer 1 and layer 2/3 astrocytes exhibit distinct calcium dynamics in vivo[LINK] 101 9.27
Neural-activity-dependent release of S100B from astrocytes enhances kainate-induced gamma oscillations in vivo[LINK] 87 8.23
Volume transmission signalling via astrocytes[LINK] 33 7.21
Hippocampal CA3 and CA2 have distinct bilateral innervation patterns to CA1 in rodents[LINK] 51 7.07
In vivo intracellular recording suggests that gray matter astrocytes in mature cerebral cortex and hippocampus are electrophysiologically homogeneous[LINK] 62 6.72
Populations of hippocampal inhibitory neurons express different levels of cytochrome c[LINK] 78 5.98
Involvement of astrocytes in neurovascular communication[LINK] 14 5.90
Experience enhances gamma oscillations and interhemispheric asymmetry in the hippocampus[LINK] 33 5.39
Rearing‐environment‐dependent hippocampal local field potential differences in wild‐type and inositol trisphosphate receptor type 2 knockout mice[LINK] 7 3.91
Astrocytes as a target of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) to treat depression[LINK] 6 3.86
Deletion of RAGE causes hyperactivity and increased sensitivity to auditory stimuli in mice[LINK] 35 3.71
Size and receptor density of glutamatergic synapses: a viewpoint from left-right asymmetry of CA3-CA1 connections[LINK] 33 3.29
Impact of S100B on local field potential patterns in anesthetized and kainic acid‐induced seizure conditions in vivo[LINK] 30 2.44
Astrocytic calcium activation in a mouse model of tDCS—Extended discussion[LINK] 6 2.29
Adaptive changes of extracellular amino acid concentrations in mouse dorsal striatum by 4-AP-induced cortical seizures[LINK] 9 2.28
A multi-photon window onto neuronal–glial–vascular communication[LINK] 26 1.86
miRNA profiling of bilateral rat hippocampal CA3 by deep sequencing[LINK] 14 1.76
Intracellular labeling of single cortical astrocytes in vivo[LINK] 18 1.55
Imaging of astrocytic activity in living rodents[LINK] 2 0.37

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