A. Dondzillo, J.L. Thornton, D.J. Tollin, and A. Klug: Manufacturing and Using Piggy-back Multibarrel Electrodes for In vivo Pharmacological Manipulations of Neural Responses. Journal of Visualized Experiments (Video Article) 71: e4358, 1-7, 2013.
A. Klug, J.G.G. Borst, B.A. Carlson, C. Kopp-Scheinpflug, V.A. Klyachko, and M.A. Xu-Friedman: How Do Short-Term Changes at Synapses Fine-Tune Information Processing? Journal of Neuroscience 32: 14058-14063, 2012.
M.J. Fischl, T.D. Combs, A. Klug, B. Grothe, and R.M. Burger:
Modulation of synaptic input by GABAB receptors improves coincidence detection for computation of sound location.
Journal of Physiology, published online, 10.1113/jphysiol.2011.226233, 2012.
See also associated Paper Highlight: M.T. Roberts and N.L. Golding: GABAB receptors sharpen tuning of a sound localization circuit. Journal of Physiology, in press.
Short-term synaptic plasticity in the auditory brain stem by using in-vivo-like stimulation parameters.
Hearing Research 279:51-59, 2011.
J. Enes, N. Langwieser, J. Ruschel, M.M. Carballosa-Gonzalez, A. Klug, M.H. Traut, B. Ylera, S. Tahirovic, F. Hofmann, V. Stein, S. Moosmang, I.D. Hentall, and F. Bradke:
Electrical Activity Suppresses Axon Growth through Cav1.2 Channels in Adult Primary Sonsory Neurons.
Current Biology 20: 1154-1164, 2010.
A. Klug and B. Grothe:
In: Palmer and Rees: The Oxford Handbook of Auditory Science: The Auditory Brain, pp 173-192.
Oxford University Press, England, 2010.
The handbook received the George Davey Howells Prize 2010 from London University and the Royal Society of Medicine for "Most distinguished published contribution to the advancement of Otolaryngology".
M. Ford, B. Grothe, and A. Klug:
Fenestration of the Calyx of Held Occurs Sequentially Along the Tonotopic Axis, Is Influenced by Afferent Activity, and Facilitates Glutamate Clearance.
Journal of Comparative Neurology 514: 92-106, 2009.
J. Hermann, B. Grothe, and A. Klug:
Modeling Short-Term Synaptic Plasticity at the Calyx of Held Using In Vivo-Like Stimulation Patterns.
Journal of Neurophysiology 101: 20-30, 2009.
J. Hermann, M. Pecka, H. von Gersdorff, B. Grothe, and A. Klug:
Synaptic Transmission at the Calyx of Held Under In Vivo-Like Activity Levels.
Journal of Neurophysiology 98: 807-820, 2007.
See also associated Editorial Focus: E. Neher: Short-Term Plasticity Turns Plastic.
Journal of Neurophysiology 98: 577-578, 2007.
M. Pecka, T.P. Zahn, B. Saunier-Rebori, I. Siveke, F. Felmy, L. Wiegrebe, A. Klug, G.D. Pollak, and B. Grothe:
Inhibiting the Inhibition: A Neuronal Network for Sound Localization in Reverberant Environments.
Journal of Neuroscience 27: 1782-1790, 2007.
A. Klug and L.O. Trussell:
Activation and deactivation of voltage-dependent K+ channels during synaptically-driven action potentials in the MNTB.
Journal of Neurophysiology 96: 1547-1555, 2006.
A. Klug, E. E. Bauer, J. T. Hanson, and G. D. Pollak:
Processing of species specific vocalizations in the auditory brainstem and midbrain of Mexican free tailed bats
In: J.S. Kanwal and G. Ehret, (eds.): Behavior and Neurodynamics for Auditory Communication, pp 132-155.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England, 2006.
T.J. Park, A. Klug, M. Holinstat, and B. Grothe:
Interaural Level Difference Processing in the Lateral Superior Olive and the Inferior Colliculus.
Journal of Neurophysiology 92: 289-301, 2004.
G.D. Pollak, A. Klug, and E.E. Bauer:
Processing and Representation of Species-Specific Communication Calls in the Auditory System of Bats.
International Review of Neurobiology 56: 83-121, 2003.
G.D. Pollak, R.M. Burger, and A. Klug:
Dissecting the circuitry of the auditory system.
Trends in Neurosciences 26: 33-39, 2003.
E.E. Bauer, A. Klug, and G.D. Pollak:
Spectral Determination of Responses to Species-Specific Calls in the Dorsal Nucleus of the Lateral Lemniscus.
Journal of Neurophysiology 88: 1955-1967, 2002.
A. Klug, E.E. Bauer, J.T. Hanson, L. Hurley, J. Meitzen, and G.D. Pollak:
Response Selectivity for Species-Specific Calls in the Inferior Colliculus of Mexican Free-Tailed Bats is Generated by Inhibition.
Journal of Neurophysiology 88: 1941-1954, 2002.
G.D. Pollak, R.M. Burger, T.J. Park, A. Klug, and E.E. Bauer:
Roles of inhibition for transforming binaural properties in the brainstem auditory system.
Hearing Research 168: 60-78, 2002.
A. Klug, A. Khan, R.M. Burger, E.E. Bauer, L.M. Hurley, L. Yang, B. Grothe, M.B. Halvorsen, and T.J. Park:
Latency as a Function of Intensity in Auditory Neurons: Influences of Central Processing.
Hearing Research 148: 107-123, 2000.
E.E. Bauer, A. Klug, and G.D. Pollak:
Features of Contralaterally Evoked Inhibition in the Inferior Colliculus.
Hearing Research 141: 80-96, 2000. A.
A. Klug, E.E. Bauer, and G.D. Pollak:
Multiple Components of Ipsilaterally Evoked Inhibition in the Inferior Colliculus.
Journal of Neurophysiology 82: 593-610, 1999.
J.P. Oswald, A. Klug, and T.J. Park:
Interaural Intensity Difference Processing in Auditory Midbrain Neurons: Effects of a Transient Early Inhibitory Input.
Journal of Neuroscience 19: 1149-1163, 1999.
T.J. Park, A. Klug, J.P. Oswald, and B. Grothe:
A Novel Circuit in the Batʼs Midbrain Recruits Neurons into Sound Localization Processing.
Naturwissenschaften 85: 176-179, 1998.
A. Klug, T.J. Park, and G.D. Pollak:
Glycine and GABA Influence Binaural Processing in the Inferior Colliculus of the Mustache Bat.
Journal of Neurophysiology 74: 1701-1713, 1995.