John T. Hackett

Primary Appointment

  • Professor, Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics

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Selected Publications

  • Hackett J, Ueda T. Glutamate Release. Neurochemical research. 2015. PMID: 26012367
  • Friesen W, Mullins O, Xiao R, Hackett J. Positive feedback loops sustain repeating bursts in neuronal circuits. Journal of biological physics. 2012;37(3): 317-45. PMID: 22654180 | PMCID: PMC3101330
  • Mullins O, Brodfuehrer P, Jusufovińá S, Hackett J, Friesen W. Specialized brain regions and sensory inputs that control locomotion in leeches. Journal of comparative physiology. A, Neuroethology, sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology. 2011;198(2): 97-108. PMID: 22037913 | PMCID: PMC3265633
  • Mullins O, Hackett J, Buchanan J, Friesen W. Neuronal control of swimming behavior: comparison of vertebrate and invertebrate model systems. Progress in neurobiology. 2010;93(2): 244-69. PMID: 21093529 | PMCID: PMC3034781
  • Mullins O, Hackett J, Friesen W. Local-distributed integration by a novel neuron ensures rapid initiation of animal locomotion. Journal of neurophysiology. 2010;105(1): 130-44. PMID: 20980540
  • Bykhovskaia M, Polagaeva E, Hackett J. Mechnisms underlying different facilitation forms at the lobster neuromuscular synapse. Brain research. 2004;1019(1): 10-21. PMID: 15306233
  • Wang K, Hackett J, Cox M, Van Hoek M, Lindstrom J, Parsons S. Regulation of the neuronal nicotinic acetylcholine receptor by SRC family tyrosine kinases. The Journal of biological chemistry. 2003;279(10): 8779-86. PMID: 14679211
  • Vorob'eva O, Polagaeva E, Worden M, Hackett J, Bykhovskaia M. [Statistical analysis of quantal events in synaptic transmission in the neuromuscular junction in lobster Homarus americanus]. Zhurnal evoliutsionnoń≠ biokhimii i fiziologii. 2002;38(4): 341-7. PMID: 12244680
  • Bykhovskaia M, Polagaeva E, Hackett J. Hyperosmolarity reduces facilitation by a Ca(2+)-independent mechanism at the lobster neuromuscular junction: possible depletion of the releasable pool. The Journal of physiology. 2001;537 179-90. PMID: 11711571 | PMCID: PMC2278922