Publications and Presentations

1.    Abraham NM, Spors H, Carleton A, Margrie TW, Kuner T, Schaefer AT. (2004). Maintaining Accuracy at the Expense of Speed: Stimulus Similarity Defines Odor Discrimination Time in Mice. Neuron 44, 865-876 (With preview “Neural processing at the speed of smell”).

2.    Abraham NM, Egger V, Shimshek DR, Renden R, Fukunaga I, Sprengel R, Seeburg  PH,  Klugmann  M,  Margrie  TW,  Schaefer  AT and Kuner  T. (2010). Synaptic Inhibition Accelerates Odor Discrimination in Mice.  Neuron 65, 399-411 (Cover story with preview “Linking Local Circuit Inhibition to Olfactory Behavior: A Critical Role for Granule Cells in Olfactory Discrimination”).

3.    Abraham NM*, Guerin D, Bhaukaurally K, Carleton A* (2012). Similar odor discrimination behavior in head-restrained and freely moving mice. PLoS One 7:e51789 (*Corresponding authors).

4.    Abraham NM*, Vincis R, Lagier S, Rodriguez I, Carleton A* (2014). Long term functional plasticity of sensory inputs mediated by olfactory learning. eLife 3:e02109, (*Corresponding authors).

5.    Gschwend O*, Abraham NM*, Lagier S, Begnaud F, Rodriguez I, Carleton A (2015). Neuronal pattern separation in the olfactory bulb improves odor discrimination learning. Nat Neurosci. 2015 Aug 24. doi: 10.1038/nn.4089. (*Equal contribution)

6.    Bhattacharjee AS, Konakamchi S, Turaev D, Vincis R, Nunes D, Dingankar AA, Spors H, Carleton A, Kuner T, Abraham NM* (2019). Similarity and strength of glomerular odor representations define neural metric of sniff-invariant discrimination time. Cell Reports 28(11): P2966-2978.E5 (*Corresponding author)