Lagnado Lab


Some recent(ish) papers

Ben JamesLea DarnetJose Moya-DiazSofie-Helene SeibelLeon Lagnado (2018). An amplitude code increases the efficiency of information transmission across a visual synapse.

Jamie JohnstonSofie-Helene Seibel, Lea Darnet, Sabine RenningerMichael OrgerLeon Lagnado (2018). 
A retinal circuit generating a dynamic predictive code for orientated features.


Paul Pichler and Leon Lagnado (2018). Hair cells with heterogeneous transfer characteristics encode mechanical stimuli in the lateral line of zebrafish.

Tom BadenBen JamesMaxime JY ZimmermannPhilipp BartelDorieke M GrijseelsLeon LagnadoMiguel Maravall (2018).

Rosa JM, Ruehle S, Ding H, Lagnado L. (2016). Crossover Inhibition Generates Sustained Visual Responses in the Inner Retina. Neuron, 90(2):308-19. 

Lagnado, L. & Schmitz, F. (2015).  Ribbon synapses and visual processing in the retina.  Annual Reviews of Vision Science, 1:235-262. 

Johnston, J. & Lagnado, L. (2015).  General features of the retinal connectome determine the computation of motion anticipation. eLife, 4:06250.

Baden, T., Nikolaev, A., Esposti, F., Dreosti, E., Odermatt, B & Lagnado,L.  (2014).  A synaptic mechanism for temporal filtering of visual signals.  PLoS Biology, 12: e1001972.

Johnston, J.,  Ding, H.,  Seibel, S-H., Esposti, F. & Lagnado, L.  (2014).  Rapid mapping of visual receptive fields by filtered back projection: application to multi-neuronal electrophysiology and imaging.  Journal of Physiology, 592: 4839-4854.

Esposti, F., Johnston, J., Rosa, J., Leung, K-M., and Lagnado, L. (2013). Olfactory stimulation selectively modulates the OFF pathway in the zebrafish retina.  Neuron, 79:97-110.

Nikolaev, A., Leung, K-M., Odermatt, B., and Lagnado, L. (2013).  Synaptic mechanisms of adaptation and sensitization in the retina.  Nature Neuroscience, 16: 934-941.  

Johnston, J., and Lagnado, L. (2012).  What the fish’s eye tells the fish’s brain.  Neuron, 76: 257-259. 

Akerboom, J., Chen, T-W., Wardill, T., Tian, L., Marvin, J., Carreras Calderon, N., Esposti, F., Borghuis, B., Sun, X., Gordus, A., Orger, M., Portugues, R., Engert, F., Macklin, J., Filosa, A., Aggarwal, A., Kerr, R., Takagi, R., Kracun, S., Shigetomi, E., Khakh, B., Baier, H., Lagnado, L., Wang, S., Bargmann, C., Kimmel, B., Jayaraman, V., Svoboda, K., Kim, D., Schreiter, E., and Looger, L. (2012). Optimization of a GCaMP calcium indicator for neural activity imaging.  Journal of Neuroscience, 32:13819-13840.

Lagnado, L.  (2012).  New light on photon detection. Journal of Physiology, 590: 3641-3642.

Odermatt, B., A. Nikolaev, and L. Lagnado. (2012). Encoding of luminance and contrast by linear and non-linear synapses in the retina. Neuron, 73: 758-773. 

Baden, T., F. Esposti, A. Nikolaev, and L. Lagnado. (2011). Spikes in retinal bipolar cells phase-lock to visual stimuli with millisecond precision. Current Biology, 21: 1859-1869. 

Dreosti, E., F. Esposti, T. Baden, and L. Lagnado. (2011). In vivo evidence that retinal bipolar cells generate spikes modulated by light. Nature Neuroscience, 14: 951-952.

Llobet, A., J.L. Gallop, J.J.E. Burden, G. Camdere, P. Chandra, Y. Vallis, C.R. Hopkins, L. Lagnado*, and H.T. McMahon*. (2011). Endophilin Drives the Fast Mode of Vesicle Retrieval in a Ribbon Synapse. Journal of Neuroscience, 31: 8512-8519.

Zhao, C.J., E. Dreosti, and L. Lagnado. (2011). Homeostatic Synaptic Plasticity through Changes in Presynaptic Calcium Influx. Journal of Neuroscience, 31: 7492-7496.

Dreosti, E., B. Odermatt, M.M. Dorostkar, and L. Lagnado. (2009). A genetically encoded reporter of synaptic activity in vivo. Nature Methods, 6: 883-889.

More Publications

Full list on PubMed.