Recent Publications

  • Arnson H.A. and Holy T.E. (2011) Chemosensory burst coding by mouse vomeronasal sensory neurons. J. Neurophysiol. 106: 409-420.
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  • Meeks J.P., Arnson H.A., and Holy T.E. (2010) Representation and transformation of chemosensory information in the mouse accessory olfactory system. Nature Neurosci. 13: 723–730.
    [PDF (1.4M)][Supplementary (1.8M)][Online]

  • Turaga D. and Holy T. E. (2010) Image-based calibration of a deformable mirror in wide-field microscopy. Applied Optics, 49:2030–2040.
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  • Meeks J. P. and Holy T. E. (2009) An ex vivo preparation of the mouse vomeronasal organ and accessory olfactory bulb. J. Neurosci. Methods 177: 440-447.
    [PDF (0.5M)][Online]
  • Hsu F.-F., Nodari F., Kao L.-F., Fu X., Holekamp T. F., Turk J., Holy T.E. (2008) Structural characterization of sulfated steroids that activate mouse pheromone-sensing neurons. Biochemistry 47: 14009-14019.
    [PDF (2.0M)][Online]
  • Hendrickson R. C, Krauthamer S., Essenberg J. M., Holy T. E. (2008) Inhibition shapes sex-selectivity in the mouse accessory olfactory bulb. J. Neurosci. 28:12523-12534.
    [PDF (0.6M)][Supplementary (0.1M)][Online]
  • Turaga D. and Holy T. E. (2008) Miniaturization and defocus correction for objective-coupled planar illumination microscopy. Opt. Lett. 33: 2302–2304.
    [PDF (0.3M)][Online]
  • Nodari F., Hsu F.-F., Fu X., Holekamp T. F., Kao L.-F., Turk J., Holy T.E. (2008) Sulfated steroids as natural ligands of mouse pheromone-sensing neurons. J. Neuroscience 28: 6407–6418.
    [PDF (main+suppl, 1.6M)]
  • Meeks J. P. and Holy T. E. (2008) Pavlov's Moth: Olfactory learning and spike timing-dependent plasticity. Nature Neuroscience 11: 1126–1127.
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  • Kimoto H., Sato K., Nodari F., Haga S., Holy T. E., Touhara K. (2007) The mouse ESP family: sexual dimorphism, strain differences, and implications for the vomeronasal sensory system. Current Biology, Epub Oct. 11. [Online]
  • Holy T. E. (2007) A public confession: the retina trumpets its prediction errors. Neuron 55: 831-832. [Online]
  • Guo Z., Holy T. E. (2007) Sex-selectivity of mouse ultrasonic songs. Chemical Senses 32: 463-473. [PDF][Online]
  • White SA, Fisher SE, Geschwind DH, Scharff C, Holy TE. (2006) Singing mice, songbirds, and more: models for FOXP2 function and dysfunction in human speech and language. J. Neurosci. 26: 10376-10379. [Online]

  • Francesco Nodari and Timothy E. Holy (2005). Olfactory Coding: Sniffing Out Signals. Nature Neuroscience 2005 4: 406-407. [PDF]
  • Timothy E. Holy (2003). Wake up and smell the conspecific! TRENDS in Neurosciences 26: 463. [PDF]
  • Stowers, L., Holy, T.E., Meister, M., Dulac, C., Koentges, G. Loss of sex discrimination and male-male aggression in mice deficient for TRP2. Science 2002 295: 1493-1500. [Abstract] [PDF] [Online]

  • Holy TE, Dulac C, Meister M. Responses of vomeronasal neurons to natural stimuli. Science 2000 289: 1569-1572. [Abstract] [PDF] [Online]

  • Holy TE. Analysis of data from continuous probability distributions. Phys. Rev. Letters 1997 79: 3545-3548. [PDF]

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