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Galina B. Murzina

PhD in Physics and Mathematics, Senior Scientist

Synaptic plasticity, receptor clusterization, receptor intracellilar transport, membrane diffusion, mathematical model

Laboratory of Mathematical Neurobiology of Learning

Scopus ID
7004248509
ORCID ID
0000-0002-4061-3501
Web of Science ResearcherID
AAC-4071-2022
SPIN code
2830-2902

Moscow University im.Lomonosov

Physics Departement, Departement Biophysics

PhD

Publication list

  1. Safiulina V.F., Kasianov A.M., Murzina G.B., Skorinkin A.I., Kotov N.B., Ezrokhi V.L., Giniatullin R.A. Investigation of giant depolarization potentials in neonatal neurons of hippocampus. Zhurnal Vysshei Nervnoi Deiatelnosti im I P Pavlova. 2004. V. 54. N. 5. P. 648-654.
  2. Murzina G.B., Frolov A.A. Hysteresis of synaptic effectiveness - one of the possible mechanisms for associative learning?. Biofizika. 2002. V. 47. N. 1. P. 100-106.
  3. Murzina G.B., Frolov A.A. Hysteresis of synaptic effectiveness--one of the possible mechanisms for associative learning?. Biofizika. 2001. V. 51. N. 6. P. 100-106.
  4. Murzina G.B., Frolov A.A. Mathematical description of modifying synapses of hyppocampal pyramidal neurons. Biofizika. 2000. V. 45. N. 5. P. 915-921.
  5. Bazhenov A.V., Murzina G.B., Kleschevnikov A.V. Modulation of the NMDA receptors by intracellular factors. Zhurnal Vysshei Nervnoi Deiatelnosti im I P Pavlova. 1999. V. 49. N. 5. P. 733-749.
  6. Murzina G.B., Frolov A.A. Genesis of rhythmic activity in a neuronal net model. Biofizika. 1998. V. 43. N. 1. P. 159-164.
  7. Silkis I.G., Murzina G.B. Model of postsynaptic neuron dendritic spike efficiency. Biofizika. 1997. V. 42. N. 3. P. 702-710.
  8. Silkis I.G., Murzina G.B. About changes in the activity of protein kinases and protein phosphatases in dendritic spine (study using a mathematical model). Nejrokhimija. 1997. V. 14. N. 1. P. 48-61.
  9. Silkis I.G., Murzina G.B. Study of prolonged potentiation and depression of excitatory transmission using mathematical modeling of postsynaptic processes. Doklady RAN. 1997. V. 352. N. 3. P. 420-423.
  10. Silkis I.G., Murzina G.B. Contrasting synaptic signals as a result of simultaneous modification of excitatory and inhibitory inputs. Zhurnal Vysshei Nervnoi Deiatelnosti im I P Pavlova. 1996. V. 46. N. 6. P. 1076-1087.
  11. Silkis I.G., Murzina G.B. Investigation of long-term potentiation and depression of inhibitory transmission using mathematical modeling of postsynaptic processes. Zhurnal Vysshei Nervnoi Deiatelnosti im I P Pavlova. 1996. V. 46. N. 5. P. 917-928.
  12. Silkis I.G., Murzina G.B. Mathematical modeling of Ca2 + -dependent postsynaptic processes in the hypocampus (induction of prolonged potentiation and depression). Zhurnal Vysshei Nervnoi Deiatelnosti im I P Pavlova. 1996. V. 46. N. 4. P. 674-688.
  13. Markevich V.A., Zosimovsky V.A., Korshunov V.A., Murzina G.B., Ezrokhi V.L. Identification of a latent state arising in the hippocampus following the cessation of long-term potentiation. Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology. 1994. V. 24. N. 5. P. 394-399. DOI: 10.1007/BF02359790.
  14. Markevich V.A., Zosimovsky V.A., Korshunov V.A., Murzina G.B., Ezrokhi V.L. The detection of a latent state occurring in the hippocampus after the cessation of long-term potentiation. Zhurnal Vysshei Nervnoi Deiatelnosti im I P Pavlova. 1993. V. 43. N. 4. P. 770-777.
  15. Markevich V.A., Zosimovsky V.A., Korshunov V.A., Murzina G.B., Ezrokhi V.L. Identification of the latent state that occurs in the hippocampus after termination of prolonged potentiation. Zhurnal Vysshei Nervnoi Deiatelnosti im I P Pavlova. 1993. V. 43. N. 4. P. 770-777.
 

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