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  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) The stomatogastric ganglionStomatogastric Ganglion. In Adelman, G., ed. The Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. Birkhauser, Boston, pp. 1143-1144.  L [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
  26. Marder, E., Weimann, J.M., Kepler, T.B., and Abbott, L.F. (1992) Computational implications of serotonin-sensitive region of axonal membrane on a dual function motor neuron. In: Eeckman, F.H., ed. Neural Systems: Analysis and Modeling. Kluwer Academic Publishers Boston, MA. pp. 377-390. M & L [PDF]
  27. Marder, E. and Weimann, J.M. (1992) Modulatory control of multiple task processing in the stomatogastric nervous system. IN: Neurobiology of Motor Programme Selection: new approaches to mechanisms of behavioral choice, J. Kien, C. McCrohan, and W. Winlow, eds. Pergamon Press, Oxford. 
  28. Kepler, T.B. and Marder, E. (1993) Creation and propagation of spike generation zones on axons with slow inward currents. Biol. Cybern. 68: 209. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00224853 [PDF] 
  29. Marder, Eve (1993) Modulating Membrane Properties of Neurons: Role in Information Processing. IN: Exploring Brain Functions: Models in Neuroscience, Poggio, T.A. and Glaser, D.A., eds Report of the Dahlem Workshop, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, pg 27-42. [PDF]
  30. Koch, C. (rapporteur), Betz, H., Douglas, R.J., Egelhaaf, M., Jack, J., Korn, H., Marder, E., Parnas, H., Segal, L.A., Traub, R.D., and Vetter, T. (1993). Group Report: Molecular and biophysical mechanisms of information processing. IN: Exploring Brain Functions: Models in Neuroscience, Poggio, T.A. and Glaser, D.A., eds Report of the Dahlem Workshop, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, pg 59-75.  M
  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]
  32. Renaud-LeMasson, S., LeMasson, G., Marder, E., and Abbott, L.F. (1993) Hybrid circuits of interacting computer model and biological neurons. IN: Giles, C.L., Hanson, S.J., and Cowan, J.D., eds. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 5. San Mateo, CA: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, pp. 813-819. [PDF]
  33. Marder, E., Abbott, L.F., Sharp, A.A., and Kopell, N. (1993) Electrical coupling in networks containing oscillators. In: P. Rudomin, M.A. Arbib, F. Cervantes-Peres. and R. Romo, eds. Neuroscience: From Neural Networks to Artificial Intelligence. Springer-Verlag. pp 33-42. [PDF]
  34. Abbott, L.F., LeMasson, G., Siegel, M. and Marder, E. (1993) Activity-dependent modification of intrinsic neuronal properties. I CANN '93. Proceedings of the International conference on artificial neural networks. Edited by Gielen, S. and Kappen, B. Springer-Verlag, London. pp 171-176.  [link] [PDF]
  35. Hooper, S.L. (Rapporteur), Altman, J.S., Benjamin, P.R., Frey, U., Grillner, S., Hultborn, H.R., Kaczmarek, L.K., Levitan, I., McCormick, D., Marder, E., and Segal, M. (1994) What are the mechanisms for state-dependent changes? Dahlem Workshop on Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Higher Neural Functions. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, pp.171-188.
  36. Marder, Eve (1994) Dynamic Modulation of Neurons and Networks. IN: Cowan, J.D., Tesauro, G. and Alspector, J. (eds) Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 6. San Francisco, CA: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, pp. 511-518. [PDF]
  37. Skinner, F.K., Gramoll S., Calabrese, R.L., and Kopell, N. and Marder, E. (1994) Frequency control in biological half-center oscillators. In: Eeckman, F.H., ed. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, pp 223-228.  [PDF]
  38. LoFaro, T., Kopell, N., Marder, E. and Hooper, S.L. (1994) The Effect of ih currents on bursting patterns of pairs of coupled neurons. In: Eeckman, F.H., ed. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, pp 15-20. [PDF]
  39. Abbott, L.F., Siegel, M. and Marder, E. (1994) Activity-dependent distributions of neuronal conductances. In: Eeckman, F.H., ed. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, pp 47-52. [PDF]
  40. Marder, Eve (1994) Invertebrate Neurobiology: Polymorphic Neural Networks. Curr. Biol. 4:752-754. PMID: 7953569. [Current Biology] [PDF]
  41. Marder, E., Abbott, L.F., LeMasson, G., O'Neil, M.B., Renaud-LeMasson, S., and Sharp, A.A. (1994) Biological simulators: computer modification of neuronal conductances and formation of novel networks. IN: Stenger, D.A. and McKenna, T.M., eds. Enabling Technologies for Cultured Neural Networks. Academic Press, Inc. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers, Orlando, Florida, pp. 261-275.  M [PDF]
  42. Marder, E., Skiebe, P. and Christie, A.E. (1994) Multiple modes of network modulation. Verh. Dtsch. Zool. Ges. 87: 177-184. [PDF]
  43. Abbott, L.F. and Marder, E. (1995) Activity-dependent regulation of neuronal conductances. IN: Arbib, M.A., ed. The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks. Bradford, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, pp.63-65.  L
  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]
  46. Marder, E. and Abbott, L.F. (1995) Theory in Motion. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. 5: 832- 840. PMID: 8805418. [Current Opinion in Neurobiology] [PDF]
  47. Marder, Eve (1996) Neural Modulation: Following your own rhythm. Curr. Biol. 6: 119-121. PMID: 8673452. [Current Biology] [PDF]
  48. Abbott, L.F., Turrigiano, G., LeMasson, G. and Marder, E. (1996) Activity-Dependent Conductances in Model and Biological Neurons. In Waltz, D.L. ed. Natural and Artificial Parallel Computing. (SIAM, NY) pp. 43-68.[PDF]
  49. Marder, E. and Calabrese, R.L. (1996) Principles of rhythmic motor pattern generation. Physiol. Rev. 76: 687-717. PMID: 8757786.  [Physiological Reviews] [PDF]
  50. Sen, K., Jorge-Rivera, J.C., Marder, E., and Abbott, L.F. (1996) Neural decoding and synaptic response prediction. IN: Bower, J., ed. Computational Neuroscience, Academic Press, San Diego, p. 131-136. M
  51. Marder, Eve (1996) Computing with cyclic AMP. Nature 384: 113-114. PMID: 8906780.  [Nature] [PDF]
  52. Marder, E., Abbott, L.F., Turrigiano, G.G., Liu, Z., and Golowasch, J. (1996) Memory from the dynamics of intrinsic membrane currents. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (USA) 93: 13481-13486. PMCID: PMC33634.  [PNAS] [PDF]
  53. Marder, E., Jorge-Rivera, J.C., Kilman, V. and Weimann, J.M. (1997) Peptidergic modulation of synaptic transmission in a rhythmic motor system. In: The Synapse: In Development, Health, and Disease, eds Festoff, B.W., Hanta1, D., Citron, B.A.. Advances in Organ Biology, vol. 2, Bittar, E.E., series editor. JAI Press Inc., Greenwich CT, pp. 213-233. [PDF]
  54. Marder, Eve (1997) Computational dynamics in rhythmic neural circuits. The Neuroscientist, 3: 295-302. [PDF]
  55. Marder, E., Kopell, N., and Sigvardt, K. (1997) How computation aids in understanding biological networks. IN: Neurons, Networks, and Motor Behavior. Edited by PSG Stein, DG Stuart, S Grillner, and AI Selverston, The MIT Press, Cambridge, pp139-149. M & L [PDF]
  56. Liu, Z., Casey, M., Marder, E., and Abbott, L.F. (1997) Neurons and networks with activity-dependent conductances. In: Bower, J.M., ed. Computational Neuroscience, Trends in Research, 1997. Plenum Press, New York, pp 723-728. M & ILL
  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]
  58. Nadim, F., Manor, Y., Abbott, L.F., and Marder, E. (1997) Strength and timing of graded synaptic transmission depend on frequency and shape of the presynaptic waveform. In: Bower, J.M., ed. Computational Neuroscience, Trends in Research, 1997. Plenum Press, New York, pp. 19-22. M & ILL
  59. Marder, Eve (1997) Stomatogastric Ganglion. In: Adelman, G., and Smith, B.H. eds. The Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 2nd edition. Elsevier Science. CD-ROM.
  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.
  61. Marder, Eve (1998) From biophysics to models of network function. Annu. Rev. Neurosci. 21: 25-45. PMID: 9530490. [Annual Reviews of Neuroscience] [PDF]
  62. Abbott, L.F. and Marder, E. (1998) Modeling Small Networks. In Koch, C. and Segev, I. eds. Methods in Neuronal Modeling: From Ions to Networks. MIT Press, Cambridge MA, pp. 361-410. M & ILL (Missing from Brandeis' Library)
  63. Marder, Eve (1998) Electrical synapses: Beyond speed and synchrony to computation. Curr. Biol., 8:R795-R797. PMID: 9811596.  [Current Biology] [PDF]
  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]
  65. Marder, E., Manor, Y., Nadim, F., Bartos, M., and Nusbaum, M.P. (1998) Frequency control of a slow oscillatory network by a fast rhythmic input: pyloric to gastric mill interactions in the crab stomatogastric nervous system. In: Kiehn O., HarrisWarrick, R.M., Jordan, L.M., Hultborn, H., and Kudo, N. Neuronal Mechanisms for Generating Locomotor Activity. Annals New York Acad. Sci.860: 226-238.  M & ILL   [PDF]
  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]
  68. Marder, E. and Abbott, L.F. (1999) Dynamic Clamp: Modeling with Biological Neurons. In: Adelman, G., and Smith, B.H. eds. The Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. 2nd edition. Elsevier Science, pp 579-581.  L (in storage)   [PDF]
  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]
  70. Marder, E. (1999) The rites of spring. Curr. Biol. 9: R.311. PMID: 10322118. [Current Biology] [PDF]
  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]
  74. Marder, Eve (2000) Bitter and twisted. Curr. Biol. 10: Rl. PMID: 10662654. [Current Biology] [PDF]
  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]
  76. Marder, Eve (2000) Colored Chalk. Current Biol., 10: R613. PMID: 10996080. [Current Biology] [PDF]
  77. Marder, Eve (2000) Models identify hidden assumptions. Nature Neurosci. 3: 1198. [Nature Neuroscience] [PDF]
  78. Marder, Eve (2000) Motor pattern generation. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. 10: 691-698. PMID: 11240277. [Current Opinion in Neurobiology] [PDF]
  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]
  92. Abbott, L.F., Thoroughman, K., Prinz, A., Thirumalai, V. and Marder, E. (2003) Activity-dependent modification of intrinsic and synaptic conductances in neurons and rhythmic networks. In Van Ooyen, A., ed. Modeling Neural Development (MIT Press, Cambridge MA).  M & L
  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]
  99. Marder, E. and Bucher, D. (2005) Robustness in neuronal systems: the balance between homeostasis, plasticity, and modulation. In: Robust Design, Erica Jen, ed, Oxford University Press. pp 135-149. ILL
  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]
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  118. Marder, E. and Tang, L.S. (2010) Coordinating different homeostatic processes. Neuron, 66: 161-163. PMCID: PMC3653179. [Neuron] [PDF]
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  126. Marder, Eve (2013). Living Science: Crossing oceans. eLife 2013; 2: eoo477. DOI: 10.7554/eLife.00477. PMCID: PMC3552426. [eLife] [PDF]
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  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]
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  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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  145. Marder, Eve (2015) Lost Voices. eLife; 4: eo6536. PMCID: PMC4394350. [eLife] [PDF]
  146. Marder, Eve (2015) Understanding Brains: Details, Intuition, and Big Data. PLoS Biol 13(5): e1002147. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1002147. PMCID: PMC4428625. [PLoS Biology] [PDF]
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  149. Marder, E. (2015) Owning your mistakes. eLife 4: e11628. PMCID: PMC4612774 [eLife] [PDF]
  150. Gjorgjieva, J., Drion, G., and Marder, E. (2016) Computational implications of biophysical diversity and multiple timescales in neurons and synapses for circuit performance. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol, 37: 44-52. PMCID: PMC4860045 [Available on 2017-04-01] [Current Opinion in Neurobiology] [PDF]
  151. Marder, Eve (2016) The Rites of Spring, Take 2. eLife 5: e16846. PMCID: PMC4871704 [eLife] [PDF]
  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: e30599.doi.org/ 10. 7554/ eLife.30599 [eLife] [PDF]
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  156. Siegelbaum, S.A., Clapham, D.E. and Marder, E. (2018) Modulation of Synaptic Transmission: Second Messengers. Chapter 14. IN: Principles of Neural Science, 6th edition, Kandel, E.R. et al., in press.
  157. Marder, Eve (2018) The Voice of Evidence. eLife, 7: e39915. DOI: https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.39915. [eLife] [PDF]
  158. Marder, Eve (2018) Foreward. In: Lessons from the Lobster, Eve Marder’s work in Neuroscience. Nassim, C. MIT Press, Cambridge. Pp. ix-xi. M & ILL [Foreward: PDF]