Mihály Vöröslakos, Hiroyuki Miyawaki, Sebastien Royer, Kamran Diba, Euisik Yoon, Peter C. Petersen* and György Buzsáki*. “3D-printed recoverable microdrive and base plate system for rodent electrophysiology”. *corresponding author (preprint), in review, 2021.
Peter C.Petersen, Joshua H. Siegle, Nicholas A. Steinmetz, Sara Mahallati, György Buzsáki. “CellExplorer: a graphical user interface and a standardized pipeline for visualizing and characterizing single neurons”. bioRxiv 2020.05.07.083436; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.05.07.083436.[website] [github] in review, 2021.
Mihály Vöröslakos*, Peter C. Petersen*, Balázs Vöröslakos*, György Buzsáki. “Metal microdrive and head cap system for silicon probe recovery in freely moving rodent”. *cofirst author, eLife, May 19, 2021. [link] [github] [pdf]
Peter Christian Petersen, György Buzsáki. Cooling of Medial Septum Reveals Theta Phase Lag Coordination of Hippocampal Cell Assemblies. Neuron, June 2020. [pdf] [link]
Marija Radosevic, Alex Willumsen, Peter C.Petersen, Henrik Linden, Mikkel Vestergaard, Rune W. Berg. “Decoupling of timescales reveals sparse convergent CPG network in the adult spinal cord”, Nature Communications 10:2937, July 03, 2019, [pdf] [link]
Peter C. Petersen, Rune W. Berg, “Spinal Cord Preparation from Adult Red-eared Turtles for Electrophysiological Recordings during Motor Activity”, Bio-protocol 7(13): e2381, July 05, 2017. [pdf] [link]
Peter C. Petersen, Rune W. Berg. “Lognormal firing rate distribution reveals prominent fluctuation-driven regime in spinal motor networks”. eLife, October 26, 2016. (Impact Factor: 8.30). Virtual cover image. [pdf] [link] [insight] [virtual cover]
Adrien Peyrache, Marie M. Lacroix, Peter C. Petersen, György Buzsáki. “Self-organized mechanisms of the head direction sense”. Nature Neuroscience, March 26, 2015, 18:569–575. (Impact Factor: 14.98). Cover image. [pdf] [link] [about] [cover] [F1000]
Peter C. Petersen, Mikkel Vestergaard, Kristian H. R. Jensen, Rune W. Berg. “Premotor Spinal Network with Balanced Excitation and Inhibition during Motor Patterns Has High Resilience to Structural Division”. Journal of Neuroscience, February 19, 2014, 34(8):2774 –2784. (Impact Factor: 6.91). Cover image. [pdf] [link] [cover]