Shen, W.-X. and Horn, J.P. Presynaptic muscarinic inhibition in bullfrog sympathetic ganglia. Journal of Physiology 491: 413-421, 1996.

Jobling, P. and Horn, J.P. In vitro relation between preganglionic sympathetic stimulation and activity of cutaneous glands in the bullfrog. Journal of Physiology 494: 287-296, 1996.

Thorne, R. and Horn, J.P. Role of ganglionic cotransmission in sympathetic control of the isolated bullfrog aorta. Journal of Physiology 498: 201-214, 1997.

Shen, W.-X. and Horn, J.P. Mecamylamine selectively blocks nicotinic receptors on vasomotor sympathetic C neurons. Brain Research, 788: 118-124, 1998. (pdf)

Schobesberger, H., B.S. Gutkin and Horn, J.P. A Minimal Model for Metabotropic Modulation of Fast Synaptic Transmission and Firing Properties in Bullfrog Sympathetic B Neurons. Neurocomputing, 26-27:255-262, 1999.

Karila, P. and Horn, J.P. Secondary nicotinic synapses on sympathetic B neurons and their putative role in ganglionic amplification of activity. Journal of Neuroscience 20:908-918, 2000. (pdf)

Schobesberger, H. Wheeler, D.W. and Horn, J.P. A model for pleiotropic muscarinic potentiation of fast synaptic transmission. Journal of Neurophysiology, 83:1912-1923, 2000. (pdf)

Kullmann, P.H.M. Wheeler, D.W. and Horn, J.P. Implementation of a fast 16-bit dynamic clamp using LabVIEW-RT. Journal of Neurophysiology, 91:542-554, 2004. (pdf)

Wheeler, D.W. Kullmann P.H.M. and Horn, J.P. Estimating Use-Dependent Synaptic Gain in Autonomic Ganglia by Computational Simulation and Dynamic-Clamp Analysis. Journal of Neurophysiology 92:2659-71, 2004. (pdf)

Supplemental material for "Estimating Use-Dependent Synaptic Gain in Autonomic Ganglia by Computational Simulation and Dynamic-Clamp Analysis" is available here.

Headley, D.B., Suhan, N.M. and Horn J.P. Rostro-caudal variations in neuronal size reflect the topography of cellular phenotypes in the rat superior cervical sympathetic ganglion. Brain Research, 1057:98-104, 2005. (pdf)

Li, C. and Horn J.P. Physiological classification of sympathetic neurons in the rat superior cervical ganglion. Journal of Neurophysiology, 95:187-195, 2006. (pdf)

Hahn, J., Kullman, P.H., Horn, J.P. and Levitan, E.S.  D2 Autoreceptors chronically enhance dopamine neuron activity. Journal of Neuroscience 26 (19): 5240-5247, 2006. (pdf)

Kullmann, P.H. and Horn, J.P. Excitatory muscarinic modulation strengthens virtual nicotinic synapses on sympathetic neurons and thereby enhances synaptic gain. J. Neurophysiol. Epub September 2006. (pdf)