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This page is a list of all of the citations for the publications, articles, chapters, symposium volumes, and edited books in which Eve has been involved as an author (based on her CV as of 1.28.2019).

A copy of all the pdfs are also located on the Marder Lab Google Drive (link).

Bolded & Underlined citations are ones for which there wasn't a copy available, either a pdf or as a hard copy for the books.


       Marder, E. (1974) Acetylcholine is an excitatory neuromuscular transmitter in the stomatogastric system of the lobster, Ph.D. Thesis, Biology Department, University of California, San Diego.

    • A copy is located with the other theses in the lab.

Primary Research Publications in Refereed Journals

  1. Marder, E. (1974) Acetylcholine as an excitatory neuromuscular transmitter in the stomatogastric system of the lobster. Nature 251: 730-731. PMID: 4154406. [Nature] [PDF]
  2. Marder, E. (1976) Cholinergic motor neurons in the stomatogastric system of the lobster. J. Physiol. 257: 63-86. PMCID: PMC1309344. [The Journal of Physiology] [PDF]

  3. Marder, E. and Paupardin-Tritsch, D. (1978) The pharmacological properties of some crustacean neuronal acetylcholine, y-aminobutyric acid and I-glutamate responses. J. Physiol. 280: 213-236. PMCID: PMC1282656. [The Journal of Physiology] [PDF]
  4. Marder, E. and Paupardin-Tritsch, D. (1980) Picrotoxin block of depolarizing ACh response. Brain Res. 181: 223-227. PMID: 6243224. [Brain Research] [PDF]
  5. Marder, E. and Paupardin-Tritsch, D. (1980) The pharmacological profile of the acetylcholine response of a crustacean muscle. J. Exp. Biol. 88: 147-159.  PMID: 7452135. [link] [PDF]
  6. Lingle, C., Eisen, J.S., and Marder, E. (1981) Block of glutamatergic excitatory synaptic channels by chlorisondamine. Molecular Pharmacology 19: 349-353. PMID: 7231394. [link] [PDF]
  7. Lingle, C. and Marder, E. (1981) A glutamate-activated chloride conductance on a crustacean muscle. Brain Res. 212: 481-488. PMID: 7225882. [Brain Research] [PDF]
  8. Eisen, J.S. and Marder, E. (1982) Mechanisms underlying pattern generation in lobster stomatogastric ganglion as determined by selective inactivation of identified neurons. III. Synaptic connections of electrically coupled pyloric neurons. J. Neurophysiol. 48: 1392-1415. PMID: 6296329. [The Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]
  9. Marder, E., O'Neil, M.B., Grossman, R.I., Davis, K.R., and Taveras, J.M. (1983) Cholinergic actions of metrizamide. AJNR 4: 61-65. PMID: 6402904. [American Journal of Neuroradiology] [PDF]

  10. Beltz, B., Eisen, J.S., Flamm, R., Harris-Warrick, R., Hooper, S.L., and Marder, E. (1984) Serotonergic innervation and modulation of the stomatogastric ganglion of three decapod crustaceans (Panulirus interruptus, Cancer irroratus, and Homarus americanus). J. Exp. Biol. 109: 35-54. PMID: 6376680. [Journal of Experimental Biology] [PDF]
  11. Wade, P.D., Marder, E., and Siekevitz, P. (1984) Characterization of transmitter release as a response of vertebrate neural tissue to Characterization erythrosin B. Brain Res. 305: 259-270. PMID:6146388. [Brain Research] [PDF] 
  12. Marder, E. and Eisen, J.S. (1984) Transmitter identification of pyloric neurons: Electrically coupled neurons use different neurotransmitters. J. Neurophysiol. 51:1345-1361. PMID: 6145757. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]
  13. Marder, E., and Eisen, J.S. (1984) Electrically coupled pacemaker neurons respond differently to the same physiological inputs and neurotransmitters. J. Neurophysiol. 51: 1362-1374. PMID: 6145758. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]
  14. Eisen, J.S., and Marder, E. (1984) A mechanism for the production of phase shifts in a pattern generator. J. Neurophysiol. 51: 1375-1393. PMID: 6145759. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]

  15. Hooper, S.L., and Marder, E. (1984) Modulation of a central pattern generator by two peptides, proctolin andFMRFamide. Brain Res. 305: 186-191. PMID: 6146385. [Brain Research] [PDF]

  16. Marder, E. (1984) Roles for electrical coupling in neural circuits as revealed by selective neuronal deletions. J. Exp. Biol. 112: 147-167. PMID: 6392466. [Journal of Experimental Biology] [PDF]

  17. Marder, E., Hooper, S.L., and Siwicki, K.K. (1986) Modulatory action and distribution of the neuropeptide proctolin in the crustacean stomatogastric nervous system. J. Comp. Neurol. 243: 454-467. PMID: 2869069. [PDF]

  18. Albert J.A., Lingle, C.J., Marder, E., and O'Neil, M. (1986) A GABA-activated chloride-conductance not blocked by picrotoxin on spiny lobster neuromuscular preparations. Brit. J. Pharmac. 87: 771-779. PMID: PMC1916806. [British Journal of Pharmacology] [PDF]

  19. Hooper, S.L., O'Neil, M.B., Wagner, R.J., Ewer, J., Golowasch, J., and Marder,  E. (1986). The innervation of the pyloric region of the crab, Cancer borealis: homologous muscles in decapod species are differently innervated. J. Comp. Physiol. A 159: 227-240. PMID: 2876096. [link] [PDF]
  20. Marder, E., Calabrese, R.L., Nusbaum, M.P., and Trimmer, B. (1987) Distribution and partial characterization of FMRFamide-like peptides in the stomatogastric nervous systems of the rock crab, Cancer borealis, and spiny lobster, Panulirus interruptus. J. Comp. Neural. 259: 150-163. PMID: 3584554. [PDF]

  21. Hooper, S.L., and Marder, E. (1987) Modulation of the lobster pyloric rhythm by the peptide proctolin. J. Neurosci. 7: 2097-2112. PMID: 3612231. [The Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  22. Nusbaum, M.P., and Marder, E. (1988) A neuronal role for crustacean red pigment concentrating hormone-like peptide: neuromodulation of the pyloric rhythm in the crab, Cancer borealis. J. Exp. Biol. 135: 165-181. [Journal of Experimental Biology] [PDF]

  23. Goldberg, D., Nusbaum, M.P., and Marder, E. (1988) Substance P-like immunoreactivity in the stomatogastric nervous systems of the crab Cancer borealisand the lobsters Panulirus interruptusand Homarus americanus. Cell Tiss. Res. 252: 515-522. PMID: 2456155. [link] [PDF]

  24. Dickinson, P.S., and Marder, E. (1989) Peptidergic modulation of a multi-oscillator system in the lobster. I. Activation of the cardiac sac motor pattern by the neuropeptides proctolin and red pigment concentrating hormone. J. Neurophysiol. 61:833-844. PMID: 2723723. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]

  25. Nusbaum, M.P., and Marder, E. (1989) A Modulatory Proctolin-Containing Neuron (MPN). I. Identification and Characterization. J. Neurosci. 9: 1591-1599. PMID: 2566658. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  26. Nusbaum, M.P., and Marder, E. (1989) A Modulatory Proctolin- Containing Neuron(MPN). II. State-dependent modulation of rhythmic motor activity. J. Neurosci. 9: 1600-1607. PMID: 2566658. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  27. Dickinson, P.S., Mecsas, C., and Marder, E. (1990) Neuropeptide fusion of two motor pattern generator circuits. Nature 344: 155-158. PMID: 2308633. [Nature] [PDF]

  28. Kepler, T.B., Marder, E., and Abbott, L.F. (1990) The effect of electrical coupling on the frequency of model neuronal oscillators. Science 248: 83-85. PMID: 2321028. [link] [PDF]

  29. Epstein, LR. and Marder, E. (1990) Multiple modes of a conditional neural oscillator. Biol. Cybern. 63: 25-34. PMID: 2357477. [link] [PDF]

  30. Weimann, J.M., Meyrand, P., and Marder, E. (1991) Neurons that form multiple pattern generators: Identification and multiple activity patterns of gastric/pyloric neurons in the crab stomatogastric system. J. Neurophysiol. 65: 111-122. PMID: 1999725. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]

  31. Meyrand, P. and Marder, E. (1991) Matching neural and muscle oscillators: control by FMRFamide-like peptides. J. Neurosci 11: 1150-1161. PMID: 2010810.  [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  32. Mortin, L.I. and Marder, E. (1991) Differential distribution of ß-Pigment-Dispersing Hormone (ß-PDH)-like immunoreactivity in the stomatogastric nervous system of five species of decapod crustaceans, Cell Tiss Res 265: 19-33. PMID: 191377. [link] [PDF]

  33. Abbott, L.F., Hooper, S.L., and Marder, E. (1991) Oscillating networks: Control of burst duration by electrically coupled neurons. Neur. Comp. 3: 487-497. [link] [PDF]

  34. Golowasch, J. and Marder, E. (1992) Ionic currents of the lateral pyloric neuron of the stomatogastric ganglion of the crab. J. Neurophysiol. 67: 318-331. PMID: 1373762. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]

  35. Buchholtz, F., Golowasch, J., Epstein, LR. and Marder, E. (1992) A mathematical model of an identified stomatogastric ganglion neuron. J. Neurophysiol. 67: 332-340. PMID: 1373763. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]

  36. Golowasch, J., Buchholtz, F., Epstein, LR., and Marder, E. (1992) The contribution of individual ionic currents to the activity of a model stomatogastric ganglion neuron. J. Neurophysiol. 67: 341-349. PMID: 1373764. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]

  37. Golowasch, J. and Marder, E. (1992) Proctolin activates an inward current whose voltage-dependence is modified by extracellular Ca++. J. Neurosci. 12: 810-817. PMID: 1347561. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF] 

  38. Kepler, T.B., Abbott, L.F., and Marder, E. (1992) Reduction of conductance-based neuron models. Biol. Cybern. 66: 381-387. PMID: 1562643. [link] [PDF]

  39. Sharp, A.A., Abbott, L.F., and Marder, E. (1992) Artificial electrical synapses in oscillatory networks. J. Neurophysiol. 67: 1691-1694. PMID: 1629771. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]

  40. Nusbaum, M.P., Weimann, J.M., Golowasch, J., and Marder, E. (1992) Presynaptic control of modulatory fibers by their neural network targets. J. Neurosci. 12:2706-2714. PMID: 1613553. [Journal of Neurscience] [PDF]

  41. Meyrand, P., Weimann, J.M., and Marder, E. (1992) Multiple axonal spike initiation zones in a motor neuron: serotonin activation. J. Neurosci. 12: 2803-2812. PMID: 1613558. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  42. Kepler, T.B., and Marder, E. (1993) Spike initiation and propagation on axons with slow inward currents. Biol. Cybern. 68:209-214. PMID: 8452888. [link] [PDF]

  43. Sharp, A.A., O'Neil, M.B., Abbott, L.F., and Marder, E. (1993) The dynamic clamp: computer-generated conductances in real neurons, J. Neurophysiol. 69:992-995. PMID: 8463821. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF] 

  44. Heinzel, H-G., Weimann, J.M., and Marder, E. (1993) The behavioral repertoire of the gastric mill in the crab, Cancer pagurus:An in vivo endoscopic and electrophysiological examination. J. Neurosci. 13: 1793-1803. PMID: 8463850. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  45. LeMasson, G., Marder, E. and Abbott, L.F. (1993) Activity-dependent regulation of conductances in model neurons. Science 259:1915-1917. PMID: 8456317. [link] [PDF]

  46. Turrigiano, G.G. and Marder, E. (1993) Modulation of identified stomatogastric ganglion neurons in primary cell culture. J. Neurophysiol. 69: 1993-2002. PMID: 8102397. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]

  47. Weimann, J.M., Marder, E., Evans, B., and Calabrese, R.L. (1993) The effects of SDRNFLRFNH2 and TNRNFLRFNH2 on the motor patterns of the stomatogastric ganglion of the crab, Cancer borealis. J. Exp. Biol. 181: 1-26. PMID: 8409825. [Journal of Experimental Biology] [PDF]

  48. Skinner, F.K., Turrigiano, G.G., and Marder, E. (1993) Frequency and burst duration in oscillating neurons and two cell networks. Biol. Cybern. 69: 375-383. PMID: 8274537. [PDF]

  49. Sharp, A.A., O'Neil, M.B., Abbott, L.F., and Marder, E. (1993) The Dynamic Clamp: Artificial Conductances in biological neurons. Trends Neurosci. 16: 389-394. PMID: 7504352. [Trends in Neuroscience] [PDF]

  50. LoFaro, T., Kopell, N., Marder, E., and Hooper, S.L. (1994) Subharmonic coordination in networks of neurons with slow conductances. Neural Comp. 6:69-84. [PDF]

  51. Turrigiano, G., Abbott, L.F., and Marder, E. (1994) Activity-dependent changes in the intrinsic properties of cultured neurons. Science 264: 974-977. PMID: 81781587. [link] [PDF]

  52. Skinner, F.K., Kopell, N., and Marder, E. (1994) Mechanisms for oscillation and frequency control in reciprocal inhibitory model neural networks. J. Comput. Neurosci. 1: 69-87. PMID: 8792226. [link] [PDF]

  53. Christie, A.E., Hall, C., Oshinsky, M. and Marder, E. (1994) Buccalin-like and myomodulin-like peptides in the stomatogastric ganglion of the crab, Cancer borealis. J. Exp. Biol. 193: 337-343. PMID: 7964398. [Journal of Experimental Biology] [PDF]

  54. Weimann, J.M., and Marder, E. (1994) Switching neurons are integral members of multiple oscillatory networks. Curr. Biol. 4: 896-902. PMID: 8409825. [Current Biology] [PDF]

  55. Siegel, M., Marder, E., and Abbott, L.F. (1994) Activity-dependent conductances produce nonuniform current distributions in spatially extended model neurons. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 91: 11308-11312. PMCID: PMC45220. [PNAS] [PDF]

  56. Christie, A.E., Baldwin, D., Turrigiano, G., Graubard, K., and Marder, E. (1995) Immunocytochemical localization of multiple cholecystokinin-like peptides in the stomatogastric nervous system of the crab, Cancer borealis, J. Exp. Biol. 198:263-271. PMID: 7891039. [Journal of Experimental Biology] [PDF]

  57. Blitz, D.M., Christie, A.E., Marder, E., and Nusbaum, M.P. (1995) Distribution and effects of tachykinin-like peptides in the stomatogastric nervous system of the crab, Cancer borealis. J. Comp. Neural. 354: 282-294. PMID: 7782503. [PDF]

  58. Turrigiano, G.G., LeMasson, G., and Marder, E. (1995) Selective regulation of current densities underlies spontaneous changes in the activity of cultured neurons. J. Neurosci. 15: 3640-3652. PMID: 7538565. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  59. Christie, A.E., Skiebe, P. and Marder, E. (1995) Matrix of neuromodulators in neurosecretory structures of the crab, Cancer borealis. J. Exp. Biol. 198: 2431-2439. PMID: 8576680. [Journal of Experimental Biology] [PDF]

  60. Turrigiano, G.G., Marder, E., and Abbott, L.F. (1996) Cellular short-term memory from a slow potassium conductance. J. Neurophysiol. 75: 963-966. PMID: 8714669. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]

  61. Sharp, A.A., Skinner, F.K., and Marder, E. (1996) Dynamic clamp constructed two cell half-center circuits: Mechanisms of oscillation and the interaction and modulation of synaptic and intrinsic conductances. J. Neurophysiol. 76: 867-883. PMID: 8871205. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]

  62. Sen, K., Jorge-Rivera, J.C., Marder, E. and Abbott, L.F. (1996) Decoding synapses. J. Neurosci. 16: 6307-6318. PMID: 8815910. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  63. Kilman, V.L., and Marder, E. (1996) Ultrastructure of the stomatogastric ganglion neuropil of the crab, Cancer borealis. J. Comp. Neural. 374: 362-375. PMID: 8906505. [Journal of Computational Neuroscience] [PDF]

  64. Jorge-Rivera, J.C. and Marder, E. (1996) TNRNFLRFNH2 and SDRNFLRFNH2a modulate muscles of the stomatogastric system of the crab Cancer borealis. J. Comp. Physiol. A, 179: 741-751. PMID: 8956495.  [link] [PDF]

  65. Weimann, J.M., Skiebe, P., Heinzel, H.G., Soto, C., Kopell, N., Jorge-Rivera, J.C., and Marder, E. (1997) Modulation of oscillator interactions in the crab stoma to gastric ganglion by crustacean cardioactive peptide. J. Neurosci. 17: 17 48-1760. PMID: 9030633. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  66. Christie, A.E., Baldwin, D.H., Marder, E., and Graubard, K. (1997) Organization of stomatogastric neuropil of the crab, Cancer borealis, as revealed by modulator immunocytochemistry. Cell Tiss. Res., 288: 135-148. PMID: 9042781. [Cell and Tissue Research] [PDF]

  67. Glowik, R.M., Golowasch, J., Keller, R., and Marder, E. (1997) D-glucose sensitive neurosecretory cells involved in feedback regulation of blood glucose. J. Exp. Biol., 200: 1421-1431. PMID: 9192495. [Journal of Experimental Physiology] [PDF]

  68. Manor, Y., Nadim, F., Abbott, L.F., and Marder, E. (1997) Temporal dynamics of graded synaptic transmission in the lobster stomatogastric ganglion. J. Neurosci., 17: 5610-5621. PMID: 9204942. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  69. Jorge-Rivera, J.C., and Marder, E. (1997) Allatostatin decreases stomatogastric neuromuscular transmission in the crab, Cancer borealis. J. Exp. Biol., 200: 2937-2946. PMID: 9359878. [Journal of Experimental Biology] [PDF]

  70. Liu, Z., Golowasch, J., Marder, E., and Abbott, L.F. (1998) A model neuron with activity-dependent conductances regulated by multiple calcium sensors. J. Neurosci., 18: 2309-2320. PMID: 9502792. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  71. Nadim, F., Manor, Y., Nusbaum, M.P., and Marder, E. (1998) Frequency regulation of a slow rhythm by a fast periodic input. J. Neurosci., 18: 5053-5067. PMID: 9634571. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  72. Jorge-Rivera, J.C., Sen, K., Birmingham, J.T., Abbott, L.F., and Marder, E. (1998) Temporal dynamics of convergent modulation at a crustacean neuromuscular junction. J. Neurophysiol., 80: 2559-2570. PMID: 9819263. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]

  73. Withers, M.D., Kennedy, M.B., Marder, E., and Griffith, L.C. (1998) Characterization of calcium/ calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II activity in the nervous system of the lobster, Panulirus interruptus. Invert. Neurosci., 3: 335-345. PMID: 10212401. [Invertebrate Neuroscience] [PDF]

  74. Manor, Y., Nadim, F., Epstein, S., Ritt, J., Marder, E., and Kopell, N. (1999) Network oscillations generated by balanced graded asymmetric reciprocal inhibition in passive neurons. J. Neurosci. 19: 2765-2779. PMID: 10087008. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  75. Kilman, V.L., Fenelon, V., Richards, K.S., Thirumalai, V., Meyrand, P. and Marder, E. (1999) Sequential developmental acquisition of the co-transmitters in identified sensory neurons of the stomatogastric nervous system of the lobsters Homarus americanus and Homarus gammarus. J Comp. Neural, 408: 318-334. PMID: 10340509. [link] [PDF]

  76. Fénelon, V., Kilman, V.L., Meyrand, P., and Marder, E. (1999). Sequential developmental acquisition of neuromodulatory inputs to a central pattern generating network. J. Comp. Neural., 408: 335-351. PMID: 10340510. [The Journal of Comparative Neurology] [PDF]

  77. Blitz, D.M., Christie, AE., Coleman, M.J., Norris, B.J., Marder, E. and Nusbaum, M.P. (1999) Different proctolin neurons elicit distinct motor patterns from a multifunctional neuronal network. J. Neurosci. 19: 5449-5463. PMID: 10377354. [Journal of Neurscience] [PDF]

  78. Golowasch, J., Casey, M., Abbott, L.F. and Marder, E. (1999) Network stability from activity-dependent regulation of neuronal conductances. Neural Comp. 11: 1079-1096. PMID: 10418158. [link] [PDF]

  79. Bartos, M., Manor, Y., Nadim, F., Marder, E. and Nusbaum, M.P. (1999) Coordination of fast and slow rhythmic neuronal circuits. J. Neurosci. 19: 6650-6660. PMID: 10414994. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  80. Nadim, F., Manor, Y., Kopell, N., and Marder, E. (1999) Synaptic depression creates a switch that controls the frequency of an oscillatory circuit. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (U.S.A.), 96: 8206-8211. PMCID: PMC22213. [PNAS] [PDF]

  81. Golowasch, J., Abbott, L.F., and Marder, E. (1999) Activity-dependent regulation of ionic currents in an identified neuron of the stomatogastric ganglion of the crab Cancer borealis. J. Neurosci., 19: RC33: 1-5. PMID: 10516335. [link] [PDF]

  82. Richards, KS., Miller, W.L., and Marder, E. (1999) Maturation of lobster stomatogastric ganglion rhythmic activity. J. Neurophysiol., 82: 2006-2009. PMID: 10515991. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]

  83. Birmingham, J. T., Szuts, Z.B., Abbott, L.F., and Marder, E. (1999) Encoding of muscle movement on two-time scales by a sensory neuron that switches between spiking and bursting modes. J. Neurophysiol., 82: 2786-2797. PMID: 10561445. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]

  84. Swensen, A.M., Golowasch, J., Christie, A.E., Coleman, M.J., Nusbaum, M.P., and Marder, E. (2000) GABA and GABA responses in the stomatogastric ganglion of the crab, Cancer borealis. J. Exp. Biol., 203: 2075-2092. PMID: 10862721. [Journal of Experimental Biology] [PDF]

  85. Richards, KS., and Marder, E. (2000) The actions of crustacean cardioactive peptide on adult and developing stomatogastric ganglion motor patterns. J. Neurobiol. 44: 31-44. PMID: 10880130. [link] [PDF]

  86. Swensen, A.M. and Marder, E. (2000) Multiple peptides converge to activate the same voltage-dependent current in a central pattern generating circuit. J. Neurosci. 20: 6752-6759. PMID: 10995818. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  87. Soto-Treviño, C., Thoroughman, KA., Marder, E., and Abbott, L.F. (2001) Activity-dependent modification of inhibitory synapses in models of rhythmic neural networks. Nature Neuroscience, 4: 297-303. PMID: 11224547. [Nature Neuroscience] [PDF]

  88. Swensen, A.M. and Marder, E. (2001) Modulators with convergent cellular actions elicit distinct circuit outputs. J. Neuroscience, 21: 4050-4058. PMID: 11356892. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  89. Goldman, M.S., Golowasch, J., Marder, E., and Abbott, L.F. (2001) Global structure, robustness, and modulation of neuronal models. J. Neurosci., 21: 5229-5238. PMID: 11438598. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  90. Gutovitz, S., Birmingham, J.T., Luther, J.A., Simon, D.J. and Marder, E. (2001) GABA enhances transmission at an excitatory glutamatergic synapse. J. Neurosci., 21: 5935-5943. PMID: 11487616. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  91. Li, L., Pulver, S.R., Kelley, W.P., Thirumalai, V., Sweedler, J.V., and Marder, E. (2002) Orcokinin peptides in developing and adult crustacean stomatogastric nervous systems and pericardia! organs. J. Comp. Neural., 444:227-244. PMID: 11840477. [Journal of Comparative Neurology] [PDF]

  92. Golowasch, J., Goldman, M., Abbott, L.F, and Marder, E. (2002) Failure of averaging in the construction of conductance-based neuron models. J. Neurophysiol., 87: 1129-1131. PMID: 11826077. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]

  93. Thirumalai, V. and Marder, E. (2002) Colocalized neuropeptides activate a central pattern generator by acting on different circuit targets. J. Neurosci., 22:1874-1882. PMID: 11880517. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  94. Pulver, S.R., and Marder, E. (2002) Neuromodulatory complement of the pericardial organ in the embryonic lobster, Homarus americanus. J. Comp. Neural., 451: 79-90. PMID: 12209843. [Journal of Comparative Neurology] [PDF]

  95. Richards, K.S., Simon, D.J., Pulver, S.R., Beltz, B.S. and Marder, E. (2003) Serotonin in the developing stomatogastric system of the lobster, Homarus americanus. J. Neurobiol. 54: 380-392. PMID: 12500313. [Developmental Neurobiology] [PDF]
  96. Prinz, A.A., Thirumalai, V. and Marder, E. (2003) The functional consequences of changes in the strength and duration of synaptic inputs to oscillatory neurons. J. Neurosci 23:943-954. PMID: 12574423. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]
  97. Pulver, S.R., Thirumalai, V., Richards, K.S. and Marder, E. (2003) Dopamine and histamine in the developing stomatogastric system of the lobster, Homarus americanus. J. Comp. Neurol. 462:400-414. PMID: 12811809. [Journal of Comparative Neurology] [PDF]
  98. Bucher, D., Thirumalai, V. and Marder, E. (2003) Axonal dopamine receptors activate peripheral spike initiation in a stomatogastric motor neuron. J. Neurosci. 23: 6866-6875. PMID: 12890781. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]

  99. Luther, J.A., Robie, A., Yarotsky, J., Reina, C., Marder, E. and Golowasch, J. (2003) Episodic bouts of activity accompany recovery of rhythmic output by a neuromodulator and activity-deprived adult neural network. J. Neurophysiol. 90: 2720-2730. PMCID: PMC3557508. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]

  100. Li, L., Kelley, W.P., Billimoria, C.P., Christie, A.E., Pulver, S.R., Sweedler, J.V., and Marder, E. (2003) Mass spectrometric investigation of the neuropeptide complement and release in the pericardia} organs of the crab, Cancer borealisJ. Neurochem, 87:642-56. PMID: 14535947. [Journal of Neurochemistry] [PDF]

  101. Birmingham, J.T., Billimoria, C.P., DeKlotz, T.R., Stewart, R.A. and Marder, E. (2003) Differential and history-dependent modulation of a stretch receptor in the stomatogastric system of the crab, Cancer borealis. J. Neurophysiol, 90: 3608-3616. PMID: 12944539. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]

  102. Prinz, A.A., Billimoria, C.P, and Marder, E. (2003) An alternative to hand-tuning conductance-based models: construction and analysis of data bases of model neurons. J. Neurophysiol., 90: 3998-4015. PMID: 12944532. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]

  103. Christie, A.E., Stein, W., Quinlan, J.E., Beenhakker, M., Marder, E., and Nusbaum, M.P. (2004) Actions of a histaminergic/peptidergic projection neuron on rhythmic motor patterns in the stomatogastric nervous system of the crab, Cancer borealis. J. Comp. Neural., 469: 153-169. PMID: 14694531. [Journal of Comparative Neurology] [PDF]

  104. Mahadevan, A., Lappe, J., Rhyne, R., Cruz, N., Marder, E. and Goy, M. (2004) Nitric oxide inhibits the rate and strength of cardiac contractions in the lobster Homarus americanus by acting on the cardiac ganglion. J. Neurosci., 24: 2813-2824. PMID: 15028775. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]
  105. Goaillard, J-M., Schulz, D.J., Kilman, V.L., and Marder, E. (2004) Octopamine modulates the axons of modulatory projection neurons. J. Neurosci., 24: 7063-7073. PMID: 15306640. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]
  106. Prinz, A.A., Bucher, D. and Marder, E. (2004) Similar network activity from disparate circuit parameters. Nat. Neurosci., 7: 1345-1352. PMID: 15558066. [Nature Neuroscience] [PDF]
  107. Pulver, S.R., Bucher, D., Simon, D.J. and Marder, E. (2005) Constant amplitude of postsynaptic responses for single presynaptic action potentials but not bursting input during growth of an identified neuromuscular junction in the lobster, Homarus americanus. J. Neurobiol. 62: 47-61. (cover picture). PMID: 15389685. [Developmental Neurobiology] [PDF]
  108. Bucher, D., Prinz, A.A., and Marder, E. (2005) Animal-to-animal variability in motor pattern production in adults and during growth. J. Neurosci., 25: 1611-1619. (cover picture). PMID: 1576396. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]
  109. Soto-Treviño, C., Rabbah, P., Marder, E. and Nadim, F. (2005) A computational model of electrically coupled, intrinsically distinct pacemaker neurons. J. Neurophysiol., 94: 590-604. PMCID: PMC1941697. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]
  110. Billimoria, C.P ., Li, L., and Marder, E. (2005) Profiling of neuropeptides released at the stomatogastric ganglion of the crab, Cancer borealis with mass spectrometry. J. Neurochem, 95: 191-199. PMID: 16181423. [Journal of Neurochemistry] [PDF]
  111. Thirumalai, V., Prinz, A.A., Johnson, C. and Marder, E. (2006) Red pigment concentrating hormone strongly enhances the strength of the feedback to the pyloric rhythm oscillator but has little effect on pyloric rhythm period. J. Neurophysiol., 95: 1762-1770. PMID: 16319213. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]
  112. Schulz, D.J., Goaillard, J.-M., and Marder, E. (2006) Variance in channel expression in the same neuron in different animals, Nature Neuroscience, 9: 356-362. (cover picture). PMID: 16444270. [Nature Neuroscience] [PDF]
  113. Cruz-Bermúdez, N., Fu, Q., Kutz, K.K., Christie, A.E., Li, L., and Marder, E. (2006) Mass spectrometric characterization and physiological actions of GAHKNYLRFamide, a novel FMRFamide-like peptide from crabs of the genus Cancer. J. Neurochem., 97: 784-799. PMID: 16515542. [Journal of Neurochemistry] [PDF]
  114. Bucher, D., Taylor, A.L., and Marder, E. (2006) Central pattern generating neurons simultaneously express fast and slow rhythmic activities in the stomatogastric ganglion. J. Neurophysiol., 95: 3617-3632. PMID: 16495367. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]
  115. Billimoria, C.P., DiCaprio, R.A., Birmingham, J.T., Abbott, L.F., and Marder, E. (2006) Neuromodulation of spike timing precision in sensory neurons. J. Neuroscience, 26: 5910-5919. PMID: 16738233. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]
  116. Taylor, AL., Hickey, T.J., Prinz, A.A., and Marder, E. (2006) Structure and visualization of high-dimensional conductance spaces. J. Neurophysiol., 96: 891-905. PMID: 16687617. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]
  117. Bucher, D., Johnson, C.D., and Marder, E. (2007) Neuronal morphology and neuropil structure in the stomatogastric ganglion of the lobster, Homarus americanus. J. Comp. Neurol., 501: 185-205. PMID: 17226763. [Journal of Comparative Neurology] [PDF]
  118. Fu, Q., Tang, L.S., Marder, E., and Li, L. (2007) Mass spectrometric characterization and physiological actions of VPNDWAHFRGSWamide, a novel B type allatostatin in the crab, Cancer borealis. J. Neurochem, 101: 1099-1107. PMID: 17394556. Free full text. [Journal of Neurochemistry] [PDF]
  119. Schulz, D.J., Goaillard, J-M, and Marder, E. (2007) Quantitative expression profiling of identified neurons reveals cell-specific constraints on highly variable levels of gene expression. PNAS, 104: 13187- 13191. PMCID: PMC1933263. [PNAS] [PDF]
  120. Cruz-Bermúdez, N. and Marder, E. (2007) Multiple modulators act on the cardiac ganglion of the crab, Cancer borealis. J. Exp. Biol., 210: 2873-2884. PMID: 17690236. Free full text. [link] [PDF]
  121. Cape, S.S., Rehm, K.J., Ma, M., Marder, E., and Li, L. (2008) Mass spectral comparison of the neuropeptide complement of the stomatogastric ganglion and brain in the adult and embryonic lobster, Homarus americanus. J. Neurochem.,105:690-702. PMID: 18088365. Free full text. [Journal of Neurochemistry] [PDF]
  122. Rehm, K.R., Taylor, AL., Pulver, S.R., and Marder, E. (2008) Spectral analyses reveal the presence of adult-like activity in the embryonic stomatogastric motor patterns of the lobster, Homarus americanus. J. Neurophysiol., 99: 3104-3122. PMID: 18367701. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]
  123. Rehm, K.R., Deeg, K. and Marder, E. (2008) Developmental regulation of neuromodulator function in the stomatogastric ganglion of the lobster, Homarus americanus. J. Neuroscience, 28: 9828 - 9839. PMCID: PMC2614700. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]
  124. Grashow, R., Brookings, T. and Marder, E. (2009) Reliable neuromodulation from circuits with variable underlying structure. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 106: 11742-11746. PMCID: PMC2701344. [PNAS] [PDF]
  125. Ma, M, Szabo, T., Jia, C., Marder, E. and Li, L. (2009) Mass spectrometric characterization and physiological action of novel crustacean C-type allatostatins. Peptides, 30:1660-1668. PMCID: PMC2721915. [Peptides] [PDF]
  126. Tobin, A.-E., Cruz-Bermúdez, N.D., Marder, E., and Schulz, D.J. (2009) Correlations in Ion Channel mRNA in Rhythmically Active Neurons. PLoS ONE 4(8): e6742. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0006742. PMCID: PMC2727049. [PLoS] [PDF]
  127. Taylor, A.L., Goaillard, J-M, and Marder, E (2009) How multiple conductances determine electrophysiological properties in a multicompartmental model. J. Neuroscience, 29: 5573-5586; doi:10.1523. PMCID: PMC2821064. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]
  128. Goaillard, J.-M., Taylor, A.L., Schulz, D., and Marder, E. (2009) Functional consequences of animal-to-animal variation in circuit parameters. Nature Neuroscience, 12: 1424-1430. PMCID: PMC2826985. [Nature Neuroscience] [PDF]
  129. Goaillard, J.-M, Taylor, A.L., Pulver, S.R. and Marder, E. (2010) Slow and persistent post-inhibitory rebound acts as an intrinsic short-term memory mechanism. J. Neuroscience, 30: 4687-4692. PMCIID: PMC2885135. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]
  130. Grashow, R., Brookings, T., and Marder, E. (2010) Compensation for variable intrinsic neuronal excitability by circuit-synaptic interactions. J. Neuroscience, 30: 9145 - 9156. PMCID: PMC2913134. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]
  131. Tang, L.S., Goeritz, M., Caplan, J., Taylor, A.L., Fisek, M. and Marder, E. (2010) Precise temperature compensation of phase in a rhythmic motor pattern. PLoS Biology, 8(8): e1000469. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1000469. highlighted in a Synopsis. PMCID: PMC2930868. [PLoS] [PDF] 
  132. Kispersky, T., Gutierrez, G., and Marder, E. (2011) Functional connectivity in a rhythmic inhibitory circuit using Granger causality. Neural Systems & Circuits, 1:9. PMCID: PMC3314404. [Neural Systems and Circuits] [PDF]
  133. Szabo, T.M., Chen, R., Goeritz, M., Maloney, R.T., Tang, L.S., Li, L., and Marder, E. (2011) Distribution and physiological effects of B-type allatostatins in the stomatogastric nervous system of the crab, Cancer borealis. J. Comp. Neural., 519: 2658-2676. PMCID: PMC3245975. [Journal of Comparative Neurology] [PDF]
  134. Brookings, T., Grashow, R., and Marder, E. (2012) Statistics of neuronal identification with open and closed loop measures of intrinsic excitability. Front. Neural Circuits 6:19. doi: 10.3389/fncir.2012.00019. PMCID: PMC3338007. [Frontiers of Neural Circuits] [PDF]
  135. Tang, L.S., Taylor, A.L., Rinberg, A., and Marder, E. (2012) Robustness of a rhythmic circuit to short and long-term temperature changes. J. Neurosci., 32: 10075-10085. PMCID: PMC3491657. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]
  136. Kispersky, T., Caplan, J., and Marder, E. (2012) Increase in sodium conductance decreases firing rate and gain in model neurons. J. Neurosci., 32: 10995- 10995. PMCID: PMC3427781. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]
  137. Rinberg, A., Taylor, A.L., and Marder, E. (2013) The effects of temperature on the stability of a neuronal oscillator. PLoS Comput Biol 9(1): e1002857. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1002857 PMCID: PMC3542102. [PLoS Computational Biology] [PDF]
  138. Gutierrez, G.J., O'Leary, T., and Marder, E. (2013) Multiple mechanisms switch an electrically coupled, synaptically inhibited neuron between competing oscillator networks. Neuron, 77: 845-858. PMCID: PMC3664401. [Neuron] [PDF] 
  139. Williams, A.H., Kwiatkowski, M.A., Mortimer, A.M., Marder, E., Zeeman, M.L. and Dickinson, P.S. (2013) Animal-to-animal variability in the phasing of the crustacean cardiac motor pattern: an experimental and computational analysis. J. Neurophysiol., 109: 2451-2465. PMCID: PMC3653045. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]
  140. Gerhard, F., Kispersky, T., Gutierrez, G.J., Marder, E, Kramer, M., and Eden, U. (2013) Successful prediction of a physiological circuit with known connectivity from spiking activity alone. PLoS Comput Biol., 9: e1003138. PMCID: PMC3708849. [BMC Neuroscience] [PDF] 
  141. O'Leary, T., Williams, AH., Caplan, J.S., and Marder, E. (2013) Correlations in ion~ channel expression emerge from homeostatic regulation mechanisms. PNAS, 110: E2645-E2654; doi:10.1073/pnas.1309966110. PMCID: PMC3710808. [PNAS] [PDF]
  142. Gutierrez, G.J., and Marder, E. (2013) Rectification of electrical synapses changes the functional output of a pattern-generating circuit. J. Neuroscience, 33:13238-13248. PMCID: PMC3735893. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]
  143. Williams, A.H., Calkins, A., O'Leary, T., Symonds, R., Marder, E., and Dickinson, P.S. (2013). The neuromuscular transform of the lobster cardiac system explains the opposing effects of a neuromodulator on muscle output. J. Neuroscience, 33:16565-16575. PMCID: PMC3797375. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF] 
  144. Goeritz, M.L., Bowers, M., Slepian, B., and Marder, E. (2013) Direct neuropilar projections of the anterior gastric receptor neuron in the crab, Cancer borealis. PLoS One, 8:e79306. PMCID: PMC3848923. [PLoS One] [PDF]
  145. Caplan, J., Williams, A.H. and Marder, E. (2014) Many parameter sets in a multi-compartment model oscillator are robust to temperature perturbations. J. Neuroscience, 34:4963-4975. PMCID: PMC3972722. [Journal of Neuroscience] [PDF]
  146. Soofi, W.*, Goeritz, *M.L., Kispersky, T.J, Prinz, A.A., Marder, E., Stein, W. (2014) Phase maintenance in a rhythmic motor pattern during temperature changes in vivo. J Neurophysiol., 111:2603- 2613. PMCID: PMC4044431. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]
  147. O'Leary, T., Williams, A.H., Franci, A., and Marder, E. (2014) Cell types, network homeostasis and pathological compensation from a biologically plausible ion channel expression model. Neuron, 82: 809-821. PMCID: PMC4109293. [Neuron] [PDF]
  148. Brookings, T., Goeritz, M., and Marder, E. (2014) Automatic parameter estimation of neuron models via minimization of control current, J. N europhysiol., 112:2332-2348. PMCID: PMC4274917. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]
  149. Gutierrez, G.J. and Marder, E. (2014) Modulation of a single neuron has state dependentactions on circuit dynamics. eNeuro, 0009-14. PMCID: PMC4596081. [eNeuro] [PDF]
  150. Shruti, S., Schulz, D.J., Lett, K.M. and Marder, E. (2014) Electrical coupling and innexin expression in the stomatogastric ganglion of the crab, Cancer borealis. J. Neurophysiol., 112: 2946-2958. PMCID: PMC4254872. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]
  151. Hamood, A.W., Haddad, S.A., Otopalik, A.G., Rosenbaum, P. and Marder, E. (2015). Quantitative reevaluation of the effects of short- and long-term removal of descending modulatory inputs on the pyloric rhythm of the crab Cancer borealis. eNeuro, 2: 1-13. PMCID: PMC4408878. [eNeuro] [PDF] 
  152. Marder, E., Haddad SA, Goeritz ML, Rosenbaum P, Kispersky T. (2015). How can motor systems retain performance over a wide temperature range? Lessons from the crustacean stomatogastric nervous system. J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol. 201: 851-856. PMCID: PMC4552768. [Journal of Comparative Physiology] [PDF]
  153. Hamood, A. W., and Marder, E. (2015) Consequences of acute and long-term removal of neuromodulatory input on the episodic gastric rhythm of the crab, Cancer borealis. J. Neurophysiol. 114(3): 1677-1692. PMCID: PMC4567610. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]
  154. Orion, G., O'Leary, T., and Marder, E. (2015) Ion channel degeneracy enables robust and tunable neuronal firing rates. Proc Natl Acad Sci (USA) doi:10.1073/pnas.1516400112. PMID: 26354124. PMCID: PMC4586887. [PNAS] [PDF] 
  155. O'Leary, T. and Marder, E. (2016) Temperature-robust neural function from activity-dependent ion channel regulation. Curr. Biol., 26: 2935-2941. PMCID: PMC5111818 [Available on 2017-11-07] [Current Biology] [PDF]
  156. Northcutt, A.J., Lett, K.M., Garcia, V.N., Diester, C.M., Lane, B.J., Marder, E., Schulz, D.J. (2016) Deep sequencing of transcriptomes from the nervous systems of two decapod crustaceans to characterize genes important for neural circuit function and modulation. BMC Genomics, 17(1):868. PMCID: PMC5096308. [BMC Genomics] [PDF]
  157. Marder, E., Gutierrez, G.J., and Nusbaum, M.P. (2017) Complicating connectomes: electrical coupling creates parallel pathways and degenerate circuit mechanisms. Dev. Neurobiol., 77: 597-609. [Developmental Neurobiology] [PDF]
  158. Otopalik, A.G., Goeritz, M.L., Sutton, A.C., Brookings, T., Guerini, C., and Marder, E. (2017) Sloppy morphological tuning in identified neurons of the crustacean stomatogastric ganglion. eLife, 10.7554/eLife.22352. PMCID: PMC5323045. [eLife] [PDF]
  159. Otopalik, A.G., Sutton, A.C., Banghart, M., and Marder, E. (2017) When complex neuronal structures may not matter. eLife, 10.7554/eLife.23508. PMCID: PMC5323043. [eLife] [PDF]
  160. Otopalik, A.G., Lane, B., Schulz, D.J. and Marder, E. (2017) lnnexin Expression in electrically coupled motor circuits. Neurosci Lett, 10.1016/j.neulet.2017.07.016 [Neuroscience Letters] [PDF]
  161. Bronk, P., Kuklin, E.A., Gorur-Shandilya, S., Liu, C., Wiggin, T.D., Marder, E., and Griffith, L.C. (2018) Regulation of Eag by calcium/calmodulin controls presynaptic excitability in Drosophila. J. Neurophysiol., 119: 1665-1680. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]
  162. Ori H, Marder E, Marom S. (2018) Cellular function given parametric variation in the Hodgkin and Huxley model of excitability. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 115(35): E8211-E8218. PubMed PMID: 30111538; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC6126753. [PNAS] [PDF]
  163. Rosenbaum, P. and Marder, E. (2018) Graded transmission without action potentials sustains rhythmic activity in some but not all modulators that activate the same current. The Journal of Neuroscience DOI: [Journal of Neuroscience]  [PDF]
  164. Haddad, S.A. and Marder, E. (2018) Circuit robustness to temperature perturbation is altered by neuromodulators. Neuron. 100; 1-15. [Neuron] [PDF]
  165. Gorur-Shandilya S., Hoyland A., and Marder E. (2018) Xolotl: An Intuitive and Approachable Neuron and Network Simulator for Research and Teaching. Front. Neuroinform. 12:87. doi: 10.3389/fninf.2018.00087 [Frontiers in Neuroinformatics] [PDF]
  166. Haley, J.A., Hampton, D., and Marder, Eve (2018) Two central pattern generators from the crab, Cancer borealis, respond robustly and differentially to extreme extracellular pH. eLife 2018;7:e41877 DOI: 10.7554/eLife.41877 [eLife] [PDF]
  167. Otopalik, A., Pipkin, J., and Marder, E. (2019) Neuronal morphologies built for reliable physiology in a rhythmic motor circuit. eLife 2019;8:e41728 DOI: 10.7554/eLife.41728 [eLife] [PDF]
  168. Kushinsky, D., Morozova, E. and Marder, E. (2019) In vivo recordings of the heart and pyloric rhythms in the crab, Cancer borealis. Accepted manuscript. doi: 10.1242/jeb.199190 [Manuscript PDF]
  169. Alonso, L., and Marder, E. (2019) Visualization of currents in neural models with similar behavior and different conductance densities. Accepted manuscript. [bioRxiv] 

Review Articles, Chapters, Symposium Volumes, Edited Book

With regards to books for the following list:

  • ILL--Available via Inter-Library Loan through the Brandeis University Library
  • L--Available in the Brandeis Univerisity Library
  • M--In Eve's personal collection or the lab.


  1. Kehoe, J.S. and Marder, E. (1976). Identification and effects of neural transmitters of invertebrates. Annu. Rev. Pharmacol Toxicol. 16: 245-268. PMID: 7184. [link] [PDF]
  2. Lingle, C.J., Marder, E., and Nathanson, J.A. (1982) The Role of Cyclic Nucleotides in Invertebrates. In: Nathanson, J.A. and Kebabian, J.W., eds. Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology. Springer-Verlag: Berlin-New York. Ch. 37, pp. 787-845. [PDF]
  3. Marder, Eve (1982) Review of Neuropharmacology of Insects. Ciba Foundation Symposium, 1892, Pitman, Ltd. Science 217: 924-925. ILL [PDF]
  4. Marder, Eve (1984) Mechanisms underlying neurotransmitter modulation of a neuronal circuit. Trends Neurosci. 7: 48-53. [Trends in Neuroscience] [PDF]
  5. Marder, E. and Hooper, S.L. (1985) Neurotransmitter modulation of the stomatogastric ganglion of decapod crustaceans. In Selverston, A.I., ed. Model Neural Networks and Behavior. Plenum Publishing Co. pp. 319-337. M & L [PDF]
  6. Marder, E., Hooper, S.L., and Eisen, J.S. (1987) Multiple neurotransmitters provide a mechanism for the production of multiple outputs from a single neuronal circuit. In Edelman, G.M., Gall, W.E., and Cowan, M.W., eds. Synaptic Function. Neuroscience Research Foundation, John Wiley & Sons, pp. 305-327. M & L [PDF]
  7. Marder, Eve (1987) Neurotransmitters and Neuromodulators. In Selverston, A.I. and Moulins, M. The Crustacean Stomatogastric Nervous System: A Model for the Study of Central Nervous Systems. Springer-Verlag, New York, Ch. 9, pp. 263-300. M & L [PDF]
  8. Marder, Eve (1987) Stomatogastric Ganglion. In Adelman, G., ed. The Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. Birkhauser, Boston, pp. 1143-1144. [PDF]
  9. Marder, Eve (1988) News and Views: Modulating a neuronal network. Nature 335: 296-297. [link] [PDF]
  10. Marder, Eve (1988) Stomatogastric Ganglion. In Comparative Neuroscience and Neurobiology. Irwin, L.N., ed. Birkhauser Boston Inc. pp 124-125.
  11. Marder, E. and Meyrand, P.M. (1989) Chemical Modulation of oscillatory neural circuits. In Jacklet, J., ed., Cellular and Neuronal Oscillators, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, pp 317-338. M & L [PDF]
  12. Marder, E. and Nusbaum, M.P. (1989) Peptidergic modulation of the motor pattern generators in the stoma to gastric ganglion. In Pers~ectives in Neural Systems and Behavior, T.C. Carew and D. Kelley, eds., Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York, pp 73-91. M & L [PDF]
  13. Marder, Eve (1989) Introduction: modulation of neural networks underlying behavior. In: Neuromodulation of Circuits in Behavior. Altman, J. and Marder, E., eds. Semin.Neurosci. 1: 3-4. [PDF]
  14. Marder, Eve (1989) Review of Comparative Invertebrate Neurochemistry, G.G. Lunt and R.W. Olsen, eds., Cornell University Press. Quarterly Review of Biology, 64:92.  [link] [PDF]
  15. Golowasch, J., Kumar, W., and Marder, E. (1990) Membrane currents in rhythmic neurons. In Wiese, K., Krenz, W-D, Tautz, J., Reichert, H., and Mullaney, B., eds. Frontiers in Crustacean Neurobiology, Birkhauser Verlag, Basel, pp 417-423.  M & L [PDF]
  16. Weimann, J.M., Meyrand, P., and Marder, E. (1990) Neurons that participate in several behaviors. In Wiese, K., Krenz, W-D, Tautz, J., Reichert, H., and Mullaney, B., eds. Frontiers in Crustacean Neurobiology, Birkhauser Verlag, Basel, pp 424-430. M & L [PDF]
  17. Harris-Warrick, R.M. and Marder, E. (1991) Modulation of Neural Networks for Behavior. Annu. Rev. Neurosci. 14: 39-57. PMID: 2031576. [link] [PDF]
  18. Marder, Eve (1991) A new act to swallow. Nature, 351:18. PMID: 2027377.  [Nature] [PDF]
  19. Kepler, T.B., Abbott, L.F. and Marder, E. (1991) Order Reduction for Dynamical Systems Describing the Behavior of complex neurons. IN: Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 3, R.P. Lippmann, J.E. Moody, and D. Touretzky, eds. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, San Mateo, pp 55-61. [PDF]
  20. Marder, Eve (1991) Plateaus in time. Curr. Biol. 1: 326-327. PMID: 15336113. [Current Biology] [PDF]
  21. Marder, Eve (1991) Modifiability of pattern generation. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. 1:571- 576. PMID: 1822298. [Current Opinion in Neurobiology] [PDF]
  22. Kennedy, M.B. and Marder, E. (1992) Cellular and molecular mechanisms of neuronal plasticity. IN: Hall, Z., ed. An Introduction to Molecular Neurobiology. Sinauer Press, Sunderland, MA. pp. 463-495.  M & L [PDF]
  23. Marder, E., Abbott, L.F., Kepler, T.B., and Hooper, S.L. (1992) Modification of oscillator function by electrically coupled neurons. In: Basar, E., Bullock, T.H., eds. Induced Rhythms of the Brain., Birkhauser Boston, Inc., pp. 287-296. [PDF]
  24. Harris-Warrick, R.M., Marder, E., Selverston, A.I., and Moulins, M. eds. (1992) Dynamic Biological Networks: The Stomatogastric Nervous System. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 328 pages. M & L
  25. Marder, E. and Selverston, A.I. (1992) Modeling the stomatogastric nervous system. IN: Dynamic Biological Networks: The Stomatogastric Nervous System, HarrisWarrick, R.M., Marder, E., Selverston, A.I., Moulins, M., eds. Cambridge, MA; MIT Press, pp. 161-196.  M & L
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  31. Marder, E., Abbott, L.F., Buchholtz, F., Epstein, LR., Golowasch, J., Hooper, S.L. and Kepler, T.B. (1993). Physiological insights from cellular and network models of the stomatogastric nervous systems of lobsters and crabs. Am. Zool., 33: 29-39.  [Integrative and Comparative Biology] [PDF]
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  44. O'Neil, M.B., Abbott, L.F., Sharp, A.A., Turrigiano, G.G., and Marder, E. (1995) The dynamic clamp: simulating with neurons. IN: Arbib, M.A., ed. The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks. Bradford, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, pp 326-329.  L
  45. Marder, E., Christie, A.E., and Kilman, V.L. (1995) Functional organization of cotransmission systems: lessons from small nervous systems. Invert. Neurosci. 1:105-112. PMID: 9372135. [PDF]
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  57. Manor, Y., Nadim, F., Nusbaum, M.P., and Marder, E. (1997) Modeling the MCN1-activated gastric mill rhythm: the interaction between fast and slow oscillators. In: Bower, J.M., ed. Computational Neuroscience, Trends in Research, 1997. Plenum Press, New York, pp. 391-394. M & ILL [PDF]
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  60. Marder, E. and Abbott, L.F. (1997) Dynamic Clamp: Modeling with Biological Neurons. In: Adelman, G., and Smith, B.H. eds. The Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. Elsevier Science, CD-ROM.
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  64. Marder, E. and Pearson, K. (1998) Editorial overview: motor control from molecules to bedside. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. 8: 693-696. PMID: 10068214.  [Current Opinion in Neurobiology] [PDF]
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  66. Glowik, R.M., Golowasch, J., Keller, R., and Marder, E. (1998) D-glucose-evoked inhibition of CRH-containing X-organ neurons of the crab Cancer borealis. Ann NY Acad Sci 839: 406-408.  [Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences] [PDF]
  67. Marder, E. (1999) In Search of Computation. Review of Koch, C. The Biophysics of Computation. Nature Neurosci., 2: 133.  [Nature Neuroscience] [PDF]
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  69. Marder, E., Golowasch, J., Richards, K.S., Soto-Trevifio, C., Miller, W.L., and Abbott, L.F. (1999) Self-assembly of oscillatory neurons and networks. IN: Mira, M, Sanchez-Andres, J.V., eds. Foundations and tools for Neural Modeling. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1606: 1-11. Springer-Verlag, Berlin. [PDF]
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  71. Marder, Eve (1999) On ambiguity. Curr. Biol. 9: R541. PMID: 10469575. [Current Biology] [PDF]
  72. Marder, Eve (1999) Neural signaling: Does colocalization imply cotransmission? Curr. Biol., 9: R809-R811. PMID: 10556078. [Current Biology] [PDF]
  73. Marder, E. and Richards, K.S. (1999) Development of the peptidergic modulation of a rhythmic pattern generating network. Brain Res. 848: 35-44. PMID: 10612696. [Brain Research] [PDF]
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  75. Goldman, M.S., Golowasch, J., Marder, E., and Abbott, L.F. (2000) Dependence of firing pattern on intrinsic ionic conductances: sensitive and insensitive combinations. Neurocomputing, 32-33: 141-146.  [Neurocomputing] [PDF]
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  77. Marder, Eve (2000) Models identify hidden assumptions. Nature Neurosci. 3: 1198. [Nature Neuroscience] [PDF]
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  79. Nusbaum, M.P., Blitz, D.M., Swensen, A.M., Wood, D., and Marder, E. (2001) The roles of co-transmission in neural network modulation. TINS 24: 146-154. PMID: 11182454. [Trends in Neurosciences] [PDF]
  80. Marder, Eve (2001) Moving rhythms. Nature, 410: 755. PMID: 11298422. [Nature] [PDF]
  81. Prinz, A. A., Marder, E., and Abbott, L.F. (2001) Dynamic Clamp: modeling with biological neurons. Encylopedia of Neuroscience, Elsevier Science, Adelman, G. and Smith, B.H. Eds. 
  82. Abbott, L.F. and Marder, E. (2001) Activity-Dependent Regulation of Neuronal Conductances. In Arbib, M., ed. The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks (Second Edition) (Bradford MIT Press, Cambridge). [PDF]
  83. Marder, E. and Bucher, D. (2001) Central pattern generators and the control of rhythmic movements. Current Biol., 11: R986-R996. PMID: 11728329. [Current Biology] [PDF]
  84. Marder, E., Swensen, A.M., Christie, A.E., and Nusbaum, M.P. (2002) Convergence and divergence of cotransmitter systems in the crab stomatogastric nervous system. In: The Crustacean Nervous System, K. Wiese, ed. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp 20-33. ILL
  85. Marder, Eve (2002) Developmental biology: Senseless motion. Nature, 416: 131-132. PMID: 11894076. [Nature] [PDF]
  86. Marder, Eve (2002) Non-mammalian models for studying neural development and function. Nature, 417: 318-321. PMID: 12015611. [Nature] [PDF]
  87. Marder, E. and Thirumalai, V. (2002) Cellular, synaptic, and network effects of neuromodulation. Neural Networks, 15: 479-493. PMID: 12371506. [Neural Networks] [PDF]
  88. Marder, Eve (2002) Foundations for the future. J Neurophysiol. 88(1): 1. PMID: 12091527.  [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]
  89. Marder, E. and Prinz, A.A. (2002) Modeling stability in neuron and network function: the role of activity in homeostasis. BioEssays, 24:1145-1154. PMID: 12447979. [BioEssays] [PDF]
  90. Marder, E. and Prinz, A.A. (2003) Current Compensation in neuronal homeostasis. Neuron, 37: 2-4. PMID: 12526765. [Neuron] [PDF]
  91. Marder, Eve (2003) Plateau properties in pain pathways. Nat Neurosci. 6: 210-212. PMID: 12601378. [Nature Neuroscience] [PDF]
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  93. Marder, Eve (2003) The emperor's new clothes. Curr. Biol. 13: R166. PMID: 12620200. [Current Biology] [PDF]
  94. Goaillard, J.M. and Marder, E. (2003) Exciting guts with GABA. Nat. Neurosci., 6: 1121-1122. PMID: 14583749. [Nature Neuroscience] [PDF]
  95. Prinz, A.A., Abbott, L.F. and Marder, E. (2004) The dynamic clamp comes of age. Trends Neurosci., 27: 218-224. PMID: 15046881. [Trends in Neuroscience] [PDF]
  96. Marder, Eve (2004) Welcome theory. J Neurophysiol. 91(6):2389. PMID: 15136598. [Journal of Neurophysiology] [PDF]
  97. Destexhe, A. and Marder, E. (2004). Plasticity in single neuron and circuit computations. Nature, 431: 789-795. PMID: 15483600. [Nature] [PDF]
  98. Marder, E. and Rehm, K.J. (2005) Development of central pattern generating circuits. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. 15:86-93. PMID: 15721749. [Current Opinion in Neurobiology] [PDF]
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  100. Marder, Eve (2005) Experimenting with theory. In: Les Houches, Session LXXX, 2003. Methods and Models in Neurophysics., Edited by C.C. Chow, B. Gutkin, D. Hansel, C. Meunier, and J. Dalibard. Elsevier, Amsterdam. pp 1-16. M & ILL (also available in Google books)
  101. Marder, E., Bucher, D., Schulz, D.J., and Taylor, A.L. (2005) Invertebrate Central Pattern Generation Moves Along. Curr. Biol., 15: R685-R699. PMID: 16139202. [Current Biology] [PDF]
  102. Bullock, T.H., Bennett, M.V., Johnston, D., Josephson, R., Marder, E., Fields, R.D. (2005) Neuroscience. The neuron doctrine, redux. Science 310:791-793. PMID: 16272104. [Science] [PDF]
  103. Marder, Eve (2006) Rejecting Arrogance. Current Biol., 16: R70. PMID: 16461263. [Current Biology] [PDF]
  104. Goaillard, J.-M. and Marder, E. (2006) Dynamic clamp analyses of cardiac, endocrine, and neural function. Physiology, 21: 197-207. PMID: 16714478. [Physiology] [PDF]
  105. Marder, E. and Goaillard, J-M. (2006) Variability, compensation, and homeostasis in neuron and network function. Nature Neuroscience Reviews, 7:563-574. PMID: 16791145. [Nature Neuroscience Reviews] [PDF]
  106. Marder, Eve (2006) Neurobiology: Extending influence. Nature, 441: 702-703. PMID: 16760964. [Nature] [PDF]
  107. Marder, E. and Strick, P.L. (2006) Motor Systems. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol., 16: 601- 603. PMID: 17098417. [Current Opinion in Neurobiology] [PDF]
  108. Marder, E. and Bucher, D. (2007) Understanding circuit dynamics using the stomatogastric nervous system of lobsters and crabs. Annu Rev Physiol, 69: 291-316. PMID: 17009928. [Annual Reviews] [PDF]
  109. Marder, Eve (2007) Q & A. Current Biology, 17: Rs-R7. PMID: 17262909. [Current Biology] [PDF]
  110. Marder, E., Harris, B., Ganetzky, B., and Kyriacou, C.B. (2007) Tributes to Jeff Hall. J Neurogenet. 21(4):169-182. PMID: 18161581. [Journal of Neurogenetics] [PDF]
  111. Marder, E., Tobin, A.-E., and Grashow. R. (2007) How tightly tuned are network parameters? Insight from computational and experimental studies in small rhythmic motor networks. IN: Cisek, Drew, and Kalaska, eds. Progress in Brain Research 165: 195-202. PMID: 17925247.  ILL [PDF]
  112. Marder, Eve (2007) Searching for Insight: Using Invertebrate Nervous Systems to Illuminate Fundamental Principles in Neuroscience. In: Invertebrate Neurobiology, North, G. and Greenspan, R.J., eds Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press. p. 1-18.  L (listed as missing)
  113. Marder, Eve (2007) Nervous systems made simple. Book review of An Introduction to Nervous Systems, Greenspan, R, J. Nature, 448: 537.  [Nature] [PDF]
  114. Marder, Eve (2008) The roads not taken. Current Biol., 18: R725- R726. PMID: 18786366. Free full text. [Current Biology] [PDF]
  115. Tobin, A.-E., Tang, L.S., Grashow, R.G., Pulver, S.R., and Marder, E. (2009) Using the dynamic clamp to explore the relationship between intrinsic activity and network dynamics. Destexhe, A., Bal, T. eds. Dynamic Clamp. Springer Series in Computational Neuroscience 101.  M & ILL [PDF]
  116. Marder, Eve (2009) Electrical synapses: rectification demystified. Curr. Biol. 19: R34-35. PMID: 19138591. Free full text. [Current Biology] [PDF]
  117. Marder, Eve (2010) Why so long? Curr. Biol. 20: R426. PMID: 20504746. Free full text. [Current Biology] [PDF]
  118. Marder, E. and Tang, L.S. (2010) Coordinating different homeostatic processes. Neuron, 66: 161-163. PMCID: PMC3653179. [Neuron] [PDF]
  119. Marder, E. (2010) The Crustacean Stomatogastric Nervous System. In: Handbook of Brain Circuits. Shepherd, G.M. and Grillner, S. eds. Oxford University Press, New York. Chapter 40, pages 470-473.  
  120. Marder, E., Grillner, S., and Kettenmann, H. (2010). Impacting our young. PNAS, 107: 21233. PMCID: PMC3003078. [PNAS] [PDF]
  121. Marder, E. and Taylor, A.L. (2011) Multiple models to capture the variability in biological neurons and networks. Nature Neuroscience, 14: 133-138. PMCID: PMC3686573. [Nature Neuroscience] [PDF]
  122. Marder, Eve (2011) Variability, compensation, and modulation in neurons and circuits PNAS, 108, 15542-15548, suppl. 3 PMCID: PMC3176600. [PNAS] [PDF]
  123. Callaway, E.M. and Marder, E. (2012) Common Features of Diverse Circuits. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 22: 565-567. PMID: 22858006. [Current Opinion in Neurobiology] [PDF]
  124. Marder, Eve (2012) Neuromodulation of neuronal circuits: back to the future. Neuron, 76: 1-11. PMCID: PMC3482119. [Neuron] [PDF]
  125. Marder, Eve (2012) Living Science: A good life. eLife 1: eoo353. DOI: 10. 7554/ eLife.00353. PMCID: PMC3510476. [eLife] [PDF]
  126. Marder, Eve (2013). Living Science: Crossing oceans. eLife 2013; 2: eoo477. DOI: 10.7554/eLife.00477. PMCID: PMC3552426. [eLife] [PDF]
  127. Marder, Eve (2013). Living Science: Luck, Jobs, and Learning. eLife, 2013; 2: eoo676. DOI: 10.7554/eLife.00676. PMCID: PMC 3628440. [eLife] [PDF]
  128. Birren, S.J. and Marder, E. (2013). Neuroscience. Plasticity in the Neurotransmitter Repertoire. Science, 340: 436-437. PMID: 23620040. [Science] [PDF]
  129. Bargmann, C.I. and Marder, E. (2013) From the Connectome to Brain Function. Nature Methods, 10: 483-490. PMID: 23866325. [Nature Methods] [PDF]
  130. Marder, Eve (2013) Living Science: Grandmother Elephants. eLife 2013; 2: eo1140. PMCID: PMC3721233. [eLife] [PDF]
  131. Marder, Eve (2013) Living Science: The Haves and Have-Nots. eLife 2: eo1515. PMCID: PMC3832882. [eLife] [PDF]
  132. Bucher, D. and Marder, E. (2013) SnapShot: neuromodulation, Cell 155: 482, e481. PMID: 24120143. Full Free Text. [link] [PDF]
  133. Williams AH, O'Leary T*, Marder E (2013) Homeostatic Regulation of Neuronal Excitability. Scholarpedia 8(1):1656 (*=curator)  [Scholarpedia webpage] [PDF]
  134. Marder, Eve (2014) Living Science: In Numbers We Trust? eLife 3: eo2791. PMCID: PMC3970754. [eLife] [PDF]
  135. O'Leary, T. and Marder, E. (2014) Mapping neural activation onto behavior in an entire animal. Science, 344: 372-373. PMID: 24763581. [Science] [PDF]
  136. Marder, E., O'Leary, T., and Shruti, S. (2014) Neuromodulation of circuits with variable parameters: small circuits reveal principles of state-dependent and robust neuromodulation. Annu. Rev. Neurosci., 37: 329-346. PMID: 25032499. [Annual Reviews] [PDF]
  137. Marder, E., Goeritz, M.L., Gutierrez, G.J., Hamood, A., Brookings, T., Haddad S., Kispersky, T. and Shruti, S. (2014) The Crustacean Stomatogastric Nervous System. IN: Derby, C.D. and Thiel, M. eds. The Natural History of Crustacea: Crustacean Nervous Systems and their Control of Behavior. Chapter 13. pp. 337-361. Oxford University Press. 592 pages. ISBN: 9780199791712  M & ILL
  138. Marder, Eve (2014) Living Science: Looking out for future scientists, eLife; 3: eo4901. PMCID: PMC4185419. [eLife] [PDF]
  139. Williams, A. H., Hamood, A. W. and Marder, E. (2014) Neuromodulation in small networks. In: D. Jaeger & R. Jung, Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience (pp. 1957-1970). Springer, New York
  140. Kispersky, T., O'Leary, T. and Marder, E. (2014) Variability in nervous systems as a guiding principle for constructing computational models, Cognitive Neuroscience, Gazzaniga, M., ed. 140.
  141. Marder, E., Goeritz, M. and Otopalik, A. (2015) Robust circuit rhythms in small circuits arise from variable circuit components and mechanisms, Curr. Opin. Neurobiol., 31:156-163. PMCID: PMC4375070. [Current Opinion in Neurobiology] [PDF]
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  152. Nusbaum, M.P., Blitz, D.M., and Marder, E. (2017) Functional consequences of neuropeptide and small molecule co-transmission. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 18: 389-403. [Nature Reviews] [PDF]
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  154. Marder, Eve (2017) The importance of Remembering. eLife 6: 10. 7554/ eLife.30599 [eLife] [PDF]
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