PUBLICATIONS from the CarlenLab, in reverse chronological order. For all publications for Marie Carlén, go to MARIE CARLÈN. 

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Neuronal oscillations and the mouse prefrontal cortex. Book chapter
Jung F, Carlén M
(2021) International Review of Neurobiology, 158:337-372. ISSN 0074-7742.

Adult trkB signaling in parvalbumin interneurons is essential to prefrontal network dynamics 
Guyon N, Rakauskas Zacharias L, van Lunteren JA, Immenschuh J, Fuzik J, Märtin A, Xuan Y, Zilberter M, Kim H, Meletis K, Lopes-Aguiar C, Carlén M
(2021) Journal of Neuroscience. 2021 Apr 7;41(14):3120-3141

Network asynchrony underlying increased broadband gamma power
Guyon N, Rakauskas Zacharias L, Rermino de Oliveira E, Kim H, Pereria Leite J, Lopes-Aguiar C*/Carlén M*
(2021) Journal of Neuroscience. 2021 Mar 31;41(13):2944-2963

A latent lineage potential in resident neural stem cells enables spinal cord repair
Llorens-Bobadilla E, Chell JM, Le Merre P, Wu Y, Zomboni M, Bergenstråhle J, Stenudd M, Sopova E, Lundeberg J, Shupliakov O, Carlén M, Frisén J
(2020) Science. 2020 Oct 2;370(6512):eabb8795

The DMCdrive: practical 3D-printable micro-drive system for reliable chronic multitetrode recording and optogenetic application in freely behaving rodents
Kim H* / Brünner H*, Carlén M.
(2020) Scientific Reports Jul 16;10(1):11838

A hypothalamus-habenula circuit controls aversion.
Lazaridis I, Tzortzi O, Weglage M, Märtin A, Xuan Y, Parent M, Johansson Y, Fuzik J, Fürth D, Fenno LE, Ramakrishnan C, Silberberg G, Deisseroth K, Carlén M, Meletis, K.
(2019) Molecular Psychiatry. Sep;24(9):1351-1368

A whole-brain atlas of the monosynaptic input targeting four different cell-types in the prefrontal cortex of the mouse.
Ährlund-Richter S* / Xuan Y*, van Lunteren JA, Kim H, Ortiz C, Pollak Dorocic I, Meletis K, Carlén M.
(2019) Nature Neuroscience. Apr;22(4):657-668.

Reducing pericyte-derived scarring promotes recovery after spinal cord injury.
Dias DO, Kim H, Holl D, Solnestam BW, Lundeberg J, Carlén M, Göritz C*/ Frisén J*.
(2018) Cell. Mar 22;173(1):153-165.e22.

An interactive framework for whole-brain maps at cellular resolution.
Fürth D, Vaissière T, Tzortzi O, Xuan Y, Lazaridis I, Spigolon G, Fisone G, Tomer R, Deissoerth K, Carlén M, Miller C, Rumbaugh G. Meletis K.
(2018) Nature Neuroscience. Jan;21(1):139-149

What constitutes the prefrontal cortex? Review
Carlén, M.
(2017) Science. Oct 27; 285(6362):478-82. 

Prefrontal parvalbumin neurons in control of attention.
Kim H, Ährlund-Richter S, Wang X, Deisseroth K, Carlén M.
(2016) Cell. Jan 14:164(1-2):208-218

Structural foundations of optogenetics: Determinants of channelrhodopsin ion selectivity.
Berndt A, Lee SY, Wietek J, Ramakrishnan C, Steinberg EE, Rashid AJ, Kim H, Park S, Santoro A, Frankland PW, Iyer SM, Pak S, Ährlund-Richter S, Delp SL, Malenka RC, Josselyn SA, Carlén M, Hegemann P, Deisseroth K.
(2016) Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. Jan 26;113(4):822-9

The Diameter of Cortical Axons and Their Relevance to Neural Computing. Book chapter
Innocenti GM, Carlén M, Dyrby TB.
(2015) Axons and Brain Architecture. Dec 15. ISBN: 978-0-12-801393-9. Elsevier Inc.

Loss of cyclin-dependent kinase 5 from parvalbumin interneurons leads to hyperinhibition, decreased anxiety, and memory impairment.
Rudenko A, Seo J, Hu J, Su SC, de Anda FC, Durak o, Ericsson m, Carlén M, Tsai L-H.
(2015) Journal of Neuroscience. Feb 11;35(6):2372-83.

A whole-brain atlas of inputs to serotonergic neurons of the dorsal and median raphe nuclei.
Pollak Dorocic I, Fürth D, Xuan Y, Johansson Y, Pozzi L, Silberberg G, Carlén M, Meletis K.
(2014) Neuron. Aug 6;83(3):663-78.

Mice lacking NMDA receptors in parvalbumin neurons display normal depression-related behavior and response to antidepressant action of NMDAR antagonists.
Pozzi L, Dorocic IP, Wang X, Carlén M, Meletis K.
(2014) PLoS One. Jan 16;9(1):e83879.

Target selectivity of feedforward inhibition by striatal fast-spiking interneurons.
Szydlowski SN, Pollak Dorocic I, Planert H, Carlén M, Meletis K* / Silberberg G*.
(2013) Journal of Neuroscience. Jan 23;33(4):1678-83.

Optogenetic dissection of cortical information processing – shining light on schizophrenia. Review
Wang X, Carlén M.
(2012) Brain Research. Oct 2; 1476: 31-7. 

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