Publications list

16) Gianoli F., Risler T. & Kozlov A.S. (2019) The development of cooperative channels explains the maturation of hair cell’s mechanotransduction. Biophysical Journal,

15) Gianoli F., Risler T. & Kozlov A.S. (2017) Lipid bilayer mediates ion-channel cooperativity in a model of hair-cell mechanotransduction. PNAS 114(51): E11010-E11019.

14) Albert J. T. & Kozlov A. S. (2016) Comparative aspects of hearing in vertebrates and insects with antennal ears. Current Biology 26: R1050-R1061 (Invited review).

13) Kozlov A. S*. & Gentner TQ. (2016) Central auditory neurons have composite receptive fields.  PNAS. 113(5):1441-6. * corresponding author. 

12) Kozlov A. S*. & Gentner TQ. (2014) Central auditory neurons display flexible feature recombination functions. J. Neurophysiol. 111(6): 1183-89. (Featured article). * corresponding author.

11) Kozlov A. S., Andor-Ardo D. & Hudspeth A. J. (2012) Anomalous Brownian motion discloses viscoelasticity in the ear's mechanoelectrical-transduction apparatus. PNAS 109(8): 2896-901. (Featured in the “Scientific Computing World” magazine).

10) Kozlov A. S., Risler T., Hinterwirth A. & Hudspeth A. J. (2012) Relative stereociliary motion in a hair bundle opposes amplification at distortion frequencies. J. Physiol. 590: 301-308. (Cover article). 

9) Kozlov A. S., Baumgart J., Risler T., Versteegh C. P. & Hudspeth A. J. (2011) Forces between clustered stereocilia minimize friction in the ear on a subnanometre scale. Nature 474: 376-379 (Cover article; also featured in Current Biology, 21, R632-4, 2011).

8) Miranda-Rottmann S., Kozlov A. S. & Hudspeth A. J. (2010) Highly specific alternative splicing of transcripts encoding BK channels in the chicken's cochlea is a minor determinant of the tonotopic gradient. Mol. Cell Biol. 30(14): 3646-60. (Cover article).

7) Angulo MC., Le Meur K., Kozlov A. S., Charpak S. & Audinat E. (2008) GABA, a forgotten gliotransmitter. Prog. Neurobiol. 86(3): 297-303.

6) Chiappe E., Kozlov A. S. & Hudspeth A.J. (2007) The structural and functional differentiation of hair cells in a lizard's basilar papilla suggests an operational principle of amniote cochleas. J. Neurosci. 27(44): 11978-85. (Featured article).

5) Kozlov A. S., Risler T. & Hudspeth A.J. (2007) Coherent motion of stereocilia assures the concerted gating of hair-cell transduction channels. Nature Neuroscience 10: 87-92. (Featured in News&Views).

4) Kozlov A. S., Angulo M. C., Audinat E., Charpak S. (2006) Target cell-specific modulation of neuronal activity by astrocytes. PNAS 103(26):10058-63. 

3) Angulo M. C., Kozlov A. S., Charpak S., Audinat E. (2004) Glutamate released from glial cells synchronizes neuronal activity in the hippocampus. J. Neurosci. 24(31): 6920-7.

2) Lambert R.C., Leresche N., Kozlov A.S., Hering J., Maulet Y., Richard S., Bossu J.L. & Feltz A (2001). Les entrées de calcium au voisinage du potentiel de repos: un rôle sur mesure pour les canaux T dans de multiples fonctions. Médicine/Science.17: 989–998.

1) Kozlov A. S., McKenna F., Lee J. H., Cribbs L. L., Perez-Reyes E., Feltz A. & Lambert R. C. (1999) Distinct kinetics of cloned T-type Ca2+ channels lead to differential Ca2+ entry and frequency-dependence during mock action potentials. Eur. J. Neurosci. 11(12): 4149-58.