Nobuhiro Yamagata
Nobuhiro Yamagata
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Mushroom body output neurons encode valence and guide memory-based action selection in Drosophila
Y Aso, D Sitaraman, T Ichinose, KR Kaun, K Vogt, G Belliart-GuÚrin, ...
elife 3, e04580, 2014
A subset of dopamine neurons signals reward for odour memory in Drosophila
C Liu, PY Plašais, N Yamagata, BD Pfeiffer, Y Aso, AB Friedrich, ...
Nature 488 (7412), 512-516, 2012
Distinct dopamine neurons mediate reward signals for short-and long-term memories
N Yamagata, T Ichinose, Y Aso, PY Plašais, AB Friedrich, RJ Sima, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (2), 578-583, 2015
Reward signal in a recurrent circuit drives appetitive long-term memory formation
T Ichinose, Y Aso, N Yamagata, A Abe, GM Rubin, H Tanimoto
Elife 4, e10719, 2015
Four individually identified paired dopamine neurons signal reward in larval Drosophila
A Rohwedder, NL Wenz, B Stehle, A Huser, N Yamagata, M Zlatic, ...
Current Biology 26 (5), 661-669, 2016
Converging circuits mediate temperature and shock aversive olfactory conditioning in Drosophila
DS Galili, KV Dylla, A LŘdke, AB Friedrich, N Yamagata, JYH Wong, ...
Current biology 24 (15), 1712-1722, 2014
Neurochemical organization of the Drosophila brain visualized by endogenously tagged neurotransmitter receptors
S Kondo, T Takahashi, N Yamagata, Y Imanishi, H Katow, S Hiramatsu, ...
Cell Reports 30 (1), 284-297. e5, 2020
Suppression of dopamine neurons mediates reward
N Yamagata, M Hiroi, S Kondo, A Abe, H Tanimoto
PLoS Biology 14 (12), e1002586, 2016
Neural organization and visual processing in the anterior optic tubercle of the honeybee brain
T Mota, N Yamagata, M Giurfa, W Gronenberg, JC Sandoz
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (32), 11443-11456, 2011
Differential odor processing in two olfactory pathways in the honeybee
N Yamagata, M Schmuker, P Szyszka, M Mizunami, R Menzel
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 3, 883, 2009
Behavioral responses to the alarm pheromone of the ant Camponotus obscuripes (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
N Fujiwara-Tsujii, N Yamagata, T Takeda, M Mizunami, R Yamaoka
Zoological science 23 (4), 353-358, 2006
Alarm pheromone processing in the ant brain: an evolutionary perspective
M Mizunami, N Yamagata, H Nishino
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 4, 1544, 2010
Parallel representation of stimulus identity and intensity in a dual pathway model inspired by the olfactory system of the honeybee
M Schmuker, N Yamagata, MP Nawrot, R Menzel
Frontiers in neuroengineering 4, 17, 2011
Behavioral modulation by spontaneous activity of dopamine neurons
T Ichinose, H Tanimoto, N Yamagata
Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 11, 88, 2017
Pheromone-sensitive glomeruli in the primary olfactory centre of ants
N Yamagata, H Nishino, M Mizunami
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1598), 2219-2225, 2006
Neural pathways for the processing of alarm pheromone in the ant brain
N Yamagata, H Nishino, M Mizunami
Journal of Comparative Neurology 505 (4), 424-442, 2007
Neural correlates of odor learning in the presynaptic microglomerular circuitry in the honeybee mushroom body calyx
J Haenicke, N Yamagata, H Zwaka, M Nawrot, R Menzel
eneuro 5 (3), 2018
Pheromone communication and the mushroom body of the ant, Camponotus obscuripes (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
N Yamagata, N Fujiwara-Tsujii, R Yamaoka, M Mizunami
Naturwissenschaften 92, 532-536, 2005
Mushroom body output differentiates memory processes and distinct memory-guided behaviors
T Ichinose, M Kanno, H Wu, N Yamagata, H Sun, A Abe, H Tanimoto
Current biology 31 (6), 1294-1302. e4, 2021
Presynaptic inhibition of dopamine neurons controls optimistic bias
N Yamagata, T Ezaki, T Takahashi, H Wu, H Tanimoto
Elife 10, e64907, 2021
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