Research Group for Cortical Microcircuits of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Neuroscience,
University of Szeged
Közép fasor 52., Szeged,  H-6726 Hungary
Tel.: +36 62 544 851
Fax: +36 62 544 291
e-mail: gtamas@bio.u-szeged.hu

 

 

Publications

Valero M, Averkin RG, Fernandez-Lamo I, Aguilar J, Lopez-Pigozzi D, Brotons-Mas JR, Cid E, Tamas G, Menendez de la Prida L Mechanisms for Selective Single-Cell Reactivation during Offline Sharp-Wave Ripples and Their Distortion by Fast Ripples. NEURON 94:(6) pp. 1234-1247. (2017)

Szegedi V, Paizs M, Csakvari E, Molnar G, Barzo P, Tamas G, Lamsa K Plasticity in Single Axon Glutamatergic Connection to GABAergic Interneurons Regulates Complex Events in the Human Neocortex, PLOS BIOLOGY 14:(11) p. e2000237. (2016)

Robert G. Averkin, Viktor Szemenyei, Sándor Bordé, Gábor Tamás, Identified Cellular Correlates of Neocortical Ripple and High-Gamma Oscillations during Spindles of Natural Sleep, NEURON (2016), DOI:10.1016/j.neuron.2016.09.032

Barth A, Burkhalter A, Callaway EM, Connors BW, Cauli B, DeFelipe J, Feldmeyer D, Freund T, Kawaguchi Y, Kisvarday Z, Kubota Y, McBain C, Oberlaender M, Rossier J, Rudy B, Staiger JF, Somogyi P, Tamas G, Yuste R, Comment on "Principles of connectivity among morphologically defined cell types in adult neocortex". SCIENCE 353:(6304) pp. 1108--. (2016)

Csajbok EA, Tamas G, Cerebral cortex: a target and source of insulin? DIABETOLOGIA 59:(8) pp. 1609-1615. (2016)

DeFelipe J, Douglas RJ, Hill SL, Lein ES, Martin KA, Rockland KS, Segev I, Shepherd GM, Tamas G, Comments and General Discussion on "The Anatomical Problem Posed by Brain Complexity and Size: A Potential Solution". FRONTIERS IN NEUROANATOMY 10: p. 60. (2016)

Farago N, Kocsis AK, Brasko C, Lovas S, Rozsa M, Baka J, Kovacs B, Mikite K, Szemenyei V, Molnar G, Ozsvar A, Olah G, Piszar I, Zvara A, Patocs A, Barzo P, Puskas LG, Tamas G, Human neuronal changes in brain edema and increased intracranial pressure ACTA NEUROPATHOLOGICA COMMUNICATIONS 4:(1) Paper 78. 11 p. (2016)

Koos K, Molnar J, Kelemen L, Tamas G, Horvath P, DIC image reconstruction using an energy minimization framework to visualize optical path length distribution. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 6: p. 30420. (2016)

Molnar G, Rozsa M, Baka J, Holderith N, Barzo P, Nusser Z, Tamas G, Human pyramidal to interneuron synapses are mediated by multi-vesicular release and multiple docked vesicles. ELIFE 5: Paper e18167. 12 p. (2016)

Rózsa Márton, Baka Judith, Bordé Sándor, Rózsa Balázs, Katona Gergely, Tamás Gábor, Unitary GABAergic volume transmission from individual interneurons to astrocytes in the cerebral cortex BRAIN STRUCTURE & FUNCTION (2016)

Dóra Haluszka, Kende Lőrincz, Gábor Molnár, Gábor Tamás, Attila Kolonics, Róbert Szipőcs, Sarolta Kárpáti, Wikonkál NM, In vivo second-harmonic generation and ex vivo coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering microscopy to study the effect of obesity to fibroblast cell function using an Yb-fiber laser based CARS extension unit MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE 78:(9) pp. 823-830. (2015)

Varga C, Tamas G, Barzo P, Olah S, Somogyi P, Molecular and Electrophysiological Characterization of GABAergic Interneurons Expressing the Transcription Factor COUP-TFII in the Adult Human Temporal Cortex. CEREBRAL CORTEX 25:(11) pp. 4430-4449. (2015)

Fishell Gord, Tamas Gabor, Inhibition: synapses, neurons and circuits CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY 26: pp. V-VII. (2014)

Molnar G, Farago N, Kocsis AK, Rozsa M, Lovas S, Boldog E, Baldi R, Csajbok E, Gardi J, Puskas LG, Tamas G, GABAergic neurogliaform cells represent local sources of insulin in the cerebral cortex. JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 34:(4) pp. 1133-1137. (2014)

DeFelipe J, Lopez-Cruz PL, Freund TF, Kisvárday ZF, Tamas G, Ascoli GA, New insights into the classification and nomenclature of cortical GABAergic interneurons. NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE 14:(3) pp. 202-216. (2013)

Farago N, Kocsis AK, Lovas S, Molnar G, Boldog E, Rozsa M, Szemenyei V, Vamos E, Nagy LI, Tamas G, Puskas LG, Digital PCR to determine the number of transcripts from single neurons after patch-clamp recording. BIOTECHNIQUES 54:(6) pp. 327-336. (2013)

Komlosi G, Molnar G, Rozsa M, Olah S, Barzo P, Tamas G, Fluoxetine (Prozac) and Serotonin Act on Excitatory Synaptic Transmission to Suppress Single Layer 2/3 Pyramidal Neuron-Triggered Cell Assemblies in the Human Prefrontal Cortex JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 32:(46) pp. 16369-16378. (2012)

Armstrong C, Szabadics J, Tamás G, Soltesz I. Neurogliaform cells in the molecular layer of the dentate gyrus as feed-forward γ-aminobutyric acidergic modulators of entorhinal-hippocampal interplay. J Comp Neurol. 2011 Jun 1;519(8):1476-91. doi: 10.1002/cne.22577.

Katona G, Kaszás A, Turi GF, Hájos N, Tamás G, Vizi ES, Rózsa B. Roller Coaster Scanning reveals spontaneous triggering of dendritic spikes in CA1 interneurons. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011 Feb 1;108(5):2148-53.

Báldi R., Varga C., Tamás G., Differential distribution of KCC2 along the axo-somato-dendritic axis of hippocampal pyramidal cells. Eur. J. Neusci., (2010) Oct 32 (8) 1319-25

Oláh S., Füle M., Komlósi G., Varga C., Báldi R., Barzó P., Tamás G., Regulation of cortical microcircuits by unitary GABA-mediated volume transmission. Nature. (2009) 461(7268):1278-81.

Andjelic S., Gallopin T., Cauli B., Hill EL., Roux L., Badr S., Hu E., Tamás G., Lambolez B., Gluatamergic nonpyramdial neurons from neocortical layers VI and their comparison with pyramidal and spiny stellate neurons. J. Neurophys. 2009 Feb; 101(2) 641-54

Molnár G., Oláh Sz., Komlósi G., Füle M., Szabadics J., Varga Cs., Barzó P., Tamás G., Complex events initiated by individual spikes in the human cerebral cortex. PLOS Biol., (2008) 6(9):e222.

Lőrincz A., Rózsa B., Katona G., Vizi E.S., Tamás G., Differential distribution of NCX1 contributes to spine-dendrite compartmentalization in CA1 pyramidal cells. PNAS (2007) 16;104(3):1033-8.

Ascoli GA, Alonso-Nanclares L, Anderson SA, Barrionuevo G, Benavides-Piccione R, Burkhalter A, Buzsáki G, Cauli B, Defelipe J, Fairén A, Feldmeyer D, Fishell G, Fregnac Y, Freund TF, Gardner D, Gardner EP, Goldberg JH, Helmstaedter M, Hestrin S, Karube F, Kisvárday ZF, Lambolez B, Lewis DA, Marin O, Markram H, Munoz A, Packer A, Petersen CC, Rockland KS, Rossier J, Rudy B, Somogyi P, Staiger JF, Tamas G, Thomson AM, Toledo-Rodriguez M, Wang Y, West DC, Yuste R. , Petilla terminology: nomenclature of features of GABAergic interneurons of the cerebral cortex. (2008) Nat Rev Neurosci, 9(7):557-68.

Szabadics J., Tamás G., Soltész I., Different transmitter transients underlie presynaptic cell type specificity of GABAA, slow and GABAA, fast.(2007) PNAS 104(37):14831-6.

Szabadics, J., Varga, Cs., Molnár, G., Oláh, Sz, Barzó, P. and Tamás, G., Excitatory Effect of GABAergic Axo-Axonic Cells in Cortical Microcircuits, (2006) Science, 311 , 233-235

Simon, A., Oláh, Sz., Szabadics, J., Molnár, G. and Tamás, G., (2005) Gap junctional coupling between neurogliaform cells and various types of interneuron in the cortex, J. Neurosci, 25 6278-6285
Howard A, Tamas G, Soltesz I., (2005) Lighting the chandelier: new vistas for axo-axonic cells. Trends Neurosci, 6:310-6.

Tamás G., Szabadics J., Lőrincz A., Somogyi P., ( 2004) Input and frequency-specific entrainment of postsynaptic firing by IPSPs of perisomatic or dendritic origin. Eur J Neurosci. 20(10):2681-90.
Stepanyants A, Tamás G, Chklovskii DB. Class-specific features of neuronal wiring. Neuron. 2004 Jul 22;43(2):251-9.

Tamás G., Lorincz A., Simon A. and Szabadics J., (2003) Identified sources and targets of slow inhibition in the neocortex. Science 299, 1902-1905.
Goldberg JH, Tamás G, Aronov D, Yuste R. Calcium microdomains in aspiny dendrites. Neuron. 2003 Nov 13;40(4):807-21.

Lorincz A., Notomi T., Tamás G., Shigemoto R., and Nusser Z. (2002) Polarized and compartment-dependent distribution of the hyperpolarization-activated channel HCN1 in pyramidal cell dendrites. Nature Neuroscience 11, 1185-1193.

Tamás G., Szabadics J., Somogyi P., (2002) Cell type and subcellular position dependent summation of unitary postsynaptic potentials in neocortical neurons. J Neurosci 22, 740-747.

Szabadics J., Lorincz A. and Tamás G., (2001) Beta and gamma frequency synchronization by dendritic GABAergic synapses and gap junctions in a network of cortical interneurons. J Neurosci 21, 5824-5831.

Tamás G., Buhl E. H., Lorincz A. and Somogyi P., (2000) Proximally targeted GABAergic synapses and gap junctions precisely synchronize cortical interneurons. Nat Neurosci 3, 366-371.