Renfei Liu, Francois Bernard Lauze, Kenny Erleben, Rune W. Berg, and Sune Darkner “Bundle Geodesic Convolutional Neural Network for DWI Segmentation”, ISMRM Conference abstract (preprints)
Jacob Stærk-Østergaard, Rune W. Berg, Uri Eden, Susanne Ditlevsen, “A statespace model for characterizing bursting in neurons”, In preparation (preprints)
Marcello Meneghetti, J. Kaur, K. Sui, J. F. Sørensen, R. W. Berg, C. Markos, “Opsin-free optical neuromodulation and electrophysiology enabled by a soft monolithic infrared multifunctional neural interface” bioRxiv (preprint)
Marcello Meneghetti, K. Sui, J. Kaur, J. F. Sørensen, R. W. Berg, C. Markos, “Novel soft optrodes for infrared neuromodulation” Biophotonics Congress: Biomedical Optics 2022 (Link)
Kunyang Sui, Marcello Meneghetti, Jaspreet Kaur, Jakob Fleng Sørensen, Rune W. Berg and Christos Markos “Adaptive polymer fiber neural device for drug delivery and enlarged illumination angle for neuromodulation” Journal of Neural Engineering, 19 016035 (Link)
Henrik Lindén and Rune W. Berg “Why firing rate distributions are important for understanding spinal central pattern generators”, Front. Hum. Neurosci. 15: 719388, 2021 (Link) (Python code)
Vich, C, RW Berg, S Ditlevsen, A Guillamon “Estimation of synaptic conductances in presence of nonlinear effects caused by subthreshold ionic currents” Front. Comput. Neurosci. 11:69, 2017 (Link) (PDF).
Berg, RW, MT Stauning, JB Sorensen, H Jahnsen “Comment on ‘Penetration of action potentials during collision in the median and lateral giant axons of invertebrates'” Physical Review X, 7 028001 2017 (Link) (PDF) (Supplement)
Petersen, PC and RW Berg “Lognormal firing rate distribution reveals prominent fluctuation-driven regime in spinal motor networks” eLife 2016; 10.7554/eLife.18805 (Link) (PDF) (Cover1) (Cover2). This publication is associated with an insight article written by Mark D. Humphries, “The Goldilocks zone of neural circuits” eLife 2016;5:e22735 (eLife link).
Petersen, PC, M Vestergaard, KHR Jensen, and RW Berg “Premotor spinal network with balanced excitation and inhibition during motor patterns has high resilience to structural division” J. Neuroscience 34(8): 2774–2784, 2014 (pdf) This publication includes cover material of the transected spinal cord (Cover).
Berg RW and Ditlevsen S, “Synaptic inhibition and excitation estimated via the time constant of membrane potential fluctuations” J. Neurophysiol. 110: 1021-1034, 2013 (pdf). For the matlab code presented here, please go the page on matlab central: SynapticConductance code.
Kolind J, Hounsgaard J and Berg RW “Opposing effects of intrinsic conductance and correlated synaptic input on Vm-fluctuations during network activity” Front. Comput. Neurosci. 6:40, 2012. (Link) (pdf)
S Walloe, UV Nissen, RW Berg, J. Hounsgaard, B Pakkenberg “Stereological estimate of the number of neurons and glial cells in the spinal segment D9 of the red-eared turtle” J. Neuroscience, 31, 2431-2435, 2011. (pdf)
J. Dreyer, K. Herrik, RW Berg, and J. Hounsgaard “Influence of phasic and tonic dopamine release on uptake and receptors” J. Neuroscience 30,14273-14283, 2010. (pdf) The publication has supplementary text (pdf), a cover illustration (jpg) and two movies (movie 1) and (movie 2).
RW Berg, M.-T. Chen, H.-C. Huang, M.-C. Hsiao, H. Cheng “A method for unit recording in the lumbar spinal cord during locomotion of the conscious adult rat” Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 182, 49-54, 2009. (pdf)
RW Berg, S. Ditlevsen and J. Hounsgaard “Intense synaptic activity enhances temporal resolution spinal motoneurons” PLoS ONE3(9): e3218, 2008. (pdf). Supplementary material (pdf). Faculty of 1000 rating: “Must read”.
RW Berg, A. Alaburda and J. Hounsgaard “Balanced inhibition and excitation drives spike activity in spinal half-centers” Science, vol. 315(5810) 390-393, 2007 (pdf). This publication has Supporting online material (pdf), a perspective written by William B. Kristan (pdf) and includes a cover illustration– About the cover
RW Berg, D. Whitmer, and D. Kleinfeld. “Exploratory whisking by rat is not phase-locked to the hippocampal theta rhythm” J. Neuroscience,26(24):6518-6522, 2006. (pdf) (Cover). Recommended reading by Faculty of 1000.
RW Berg and D. Kleinfeld, “Vibrissa movement elicited by rhythmic electrical microstimulation to motor cortex in the awake and aroused rat mimics exploratory whisking”, J. Neurophysiology 90: 2950-2963, 2003. (pdf)
R. N. S. Sachdev, RW Berg, G. Champney, D. Kleinfeld, F. F. Ebner, “Unilateral vibrissa contact: changes in amplitude but not timing of rhythmic whisking”, Somatosensory & Motor Research, 20(2): 163 – 169, 2003. (pdf)
RW Berg and D Kleinfeld, “Rhythmic whisking by Rat: Retraction as well as protraction of the vibrissae is under active muscular control”, J. Neurophysiology, 89: 104-117, 2003. (pdf)
S.M. O’Connor, RW Berg and D. Kleinfeld, “Coherent electrical activity between vibrissa sensory areas of cerebellum and neocortex is enhanced during free whisking”, J. Neurophysiology 87: 2137-2148, 2002. (pdf)
D. Kleinfeld,RW Berg, S.M. O’Connor, “Anatomical loops and their electrical dynamics in relation to whisking by rat”, Somatosensory and motor research 1999; 16(2): 69-88. (pdf)