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Thomas Heinbockel
Thomas Heinbockel
Professor of Anatomy, Howard University
Verified email at howard.edu
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More than smell—COVID-19 is associated with severe impairment of smell, taste, and chemesthesis
V Parma, K Ohla, MG Veldhuizen, MY Niv, CE Kelly, AJ Bakke, ...
Chemical senses 45 (7), 609-622, 2020
4972020
Recent smell loss is the best predictor of COVID-19 among individuals with recent respiratory symptoms
RC Gerkin, K Ohla, MG Veldhuizen, PV Joseph, CE Kelly, AJ Bakke, ...
Chemical senses 46, 2021
1442021
Putative cortical and thalamic inputs elicit convergent excitation in a population of GABAergic interneurons of the lateral amygdala
C Szinyei, T Heinbockel, J Montagne, HC Pape
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (23), 8909-8915, 2000
1432000
Putative cortical and thalamic inputs elicit convergent excitation in a population of GABAergic interneurons of the lateral amygdala
C Szinyei, T Heinbockel, J Montagne, HC Pape
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (23), 8909-8915, 2000
1432000
Essential oils and their constituents targeting the gabaergic system and sodium channels as treatment of neurological diseases
ZJ Wang, T Heinbockel
Molecules 23 (5), 1061, 2018
1022018
Direct excitation of mitral cells via activation of α1-noradrenergic receptors in rat olfactory bulb slices
A Hayar, PM Heyward, T Heinbockel, MT Shipley, M Ennis
Journal of Neurophysiology 86 (5), 2173-2182, 2001
1002001
Olfactory information processing in the brain: encoding chemical and temporal features of odors
TA Christensen, T Heinbockel, JG Hildebrand
Journal of neurobiology 30 (1), 82-91, 1996
971996
The effects of essential oils and terpenes in relation to their routes of intake and application
S Koyama, T Heinbockel
International journal of molecular sciences 21 (5), 1558, 2020
892020
Input-specific long-term depression in the lateral amygdala evoked by theta frequency stimulation
T Heinbockel, HC Pape
The Journal of Neuroscience 20 (7), RC68, 2000
772000
Pheromone-evoked potentials and oscillations in the antennal lobes of the sphinx moth Manduca sexta
T Heinbockel, P Kloppenburg, JG Hildebrand
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 182, 703-714, 1998
741998
Variability of olfactory receptor neuron responses of female silkmoths (Bombyx mori L.) to benzoic acid and (±)-linalool
T Heinbockel, KE Kaissling
Journal of Insect Physiology 42 (6), 565-578, 1996
741996
Temporal tuning of odor responses in pheromone‐responsive projection neurons in the brain of the sphinx moth Manduca sexta
T Heinbockel, TA Christensen, JG Hildebrand
Journal of Comparative Neurology 409 (1), 1-12, 1999
731999
Regulation of main olfactory bulb mitral cell excitability by metabotropic glutamate receptor mGluR1
T Heinbockel, P Heyward, F Conquet, M Ennis
Journal of neurophysiology 92 (5), 3085-3096, 2004
722004
Endocannabinoid signaling dynamics probed with optical tools
T Heinbockel, DH Brager, CG Reich, J Zhao, S Muralidharan, BE Alger, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 25 (41), 9449-9459, 2005
702005
Properties of external plexiform layer interneurons in mouse olfactory bulb slices
KA Hamilton, T Heinbockel, M Ennis, G Szabó, F Erdélyi, A Hayar
Neuroscience 133 (3), 819-829, 2005
692005
Inhibition of Nav1. 7 channels by methyl eugenol as a mechanism underlying its antinociceptive and anesthetic actions
ZJ Wang, B Tabakoff, SR Levinson, T Heinbockel
Acta Pharmacologica Sinica 36 (7), 791-799, 2015
552015
Representation of binary pheromone blends by glomerulus-specific olfactory projection neurons
T Heinbockel, TA Christensen, JG Hildebrand
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 190, 1023-1037, 2004
502004
Possible use of phytochemicals for recovery from COVID-19-induced anosmia and ageusia
S Koyama, K Kondo, R Ueha, H Kashiwadani, T Heinbockel
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 22 (16), 8912, 2021
472021
Neuromodulation of synaptic transmission in the main olfactory bulb
JD Harvey, T Heinbockel
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 15 (10), 2194, 2018
452018
Ginseng derivative ocotillol enhances neuronal activity through increased glutamate release: a possible mechanism underlying increased spontaneous locomotor activity of mice
ZJ Wang, L Sun, W Peng, S Ma, C Zhu, F Fu, T Heinbockel
Neuroscience 195, 1-8, 2011
452011
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