Banerjee A, Long MA (2017). Ready, steady, go! Imaging cortical activity during movement planning and execution. Neuron, 94(4):698-700.

Kornfeld J, Benezra SE, Narayanan RT, Svara F, Oberlaender M, Denk W, Long MA (2017). EM connectomics reveals axonal target variation in a sequence-generating network. Elife, 6. pii: e24364.

Katlowitz KA, Oya H, Howard MA, Greenlee JDW, Long MA (2017). Paradoxical vocal changes in a trained singer by focally cooling the right superior temporal gyrus. Cortex, 89:111-119.

Khodagholy D, Gelinas JN, Zhao Z, Yeh M, Long MA, Greenlee J, Doyle W, Devinsky O, and Buzsáki G (2016). Organic electronics for high-resolution electrocorticography of the human brain. Scientific Reports, 2: e160102.

Dimidschstein J, Chen Q, Tremblay R, Rogers S, Saldi G, Guo L, Xu Q, Liu R, Lu C, Chu J, Avery M, Rashid M, Jacob A, Smith G, Wilson D, Kosche G, Kruglikov I, Rusielewicz T, Kotak V, Mowery T, Anderson S, Callaway E, Fitzpatrick D, Fossati V, Long MA, Noggle S, Reynolds J, Sanes D, Rudy B, Feng G., Fishell G (2016). A viral strategy for targeting and manipulating interneurons across vertebrate species. Nature Neuroscience, 19(12):1743-1749.

Picardo MA, Merel J, Katlowitz KA, Vallentin D, Okobi DE, Benezra SE, Clary RC, Pnevmatikakis EA, Paninski L, and Long MA (2016). Population-Level Representation of a Temporal Sequence Underlying Song Production in the Zebra Finch. Neuron, 90(4):866-76.

Long MA, Katlowitz KA, Svirsky MA, Clary RC, Byun TM, Majaj N, Oya H, Howard MA, and Greenlee JDW (2016). Functional Segregation of Cortical Regions Underlying Speech Timing and Articulation. Neuron, 89(6):1187-93.

Vallentin D, Kosche G, Lipkind D, and Long MA (2016). Inhibition protects acquired song segments during vocal learning in zebra finches. Science, 351(6270):267-71.

Benechov JI, Benezra SE, Globerson E, Long MA, Tchernichovski O (2016). The forebrain song system mediates predictive call timing in female and male zebra finches. Current Biology, 26(3):309-18.

Vallentin D and Long MA (2015). Motor origin of precise synaptic inputs onto forebrain neurons driving a skilled behavior. J Neurosci., 35(1):299-307.

Kosche G, Vallentin D, and Long MA (2015). Interplay of Inhibition and Excitation Shapes a Premotor Neural Sequence. J Neurosci., 35(3):1217-27.

English D, Peyrache A, Stark E, Roux L, Vallentin D, Long MA, and Buzsáki G (2014). Excitation and inhibition compete to control spiking during hippocampal ripples: intracellular study in behaving mice. J Neurosci., 34(49):16509-17.

Long MA and Lee AK (2012). Intracellular recording in behaving animals. Curr Opin Neurobio, 22(1): 34-44.

Fee MS and Long MA (2011). New methods for localizing and manipulating neuronal dynamics in behaving animals. Curr Opin Neurobio, 21(5): 693-700.

Long MA, Jin D and Fee MS (2010). Support for a synaptic chain model of neuronal sequence generation. Nature (Research Article), 468: 394-399.

Arfin SK, Long MA, Fee MS, and Sarpeshkar R (2009). Ultra-Low-Power chronic wireless neural stimulation of the songbird brain. J Neurophys (Innovative Methodology); 102(1):598-605.

Long MA and Fee MS (2008). Using temperature to analyze temporal dynamics in the songbird motor pathway. Nature (Research Article), 456, 189-194.

Long MA, Cruikshank SJ, Jutras MJ, Connors BW (2005). Abrupt maturation of a spike-synchronizing mechanism in neocortex. J Neurosci; 25(32):7309-16.

Long MA, Jutras MJ, Connors BW, Burwell RD (2005). Electrical synapses coordinate activity in the suprachiasmatic nucleus. Nat Neurosci, 8:61-66.

Connors BW and Long MA (2004). Electrical synapses in the mammalian brain. Annu Rev Neurosci, 27: 393-418.

Long MA, Landisman CE, Connors BW (2004). Small clusters of electrically coupled neurons generate synchronous rhythms in the thalamic reticular nucleus. J Neurosci, 24(2):341-9.

Ozden I, Venkataramani S, Long MA, Connors BW, Nurmikko AV (2004). Strong coupling of nonlinear electronic and biological oscillators: Reaching the “amplitude death” regime. Phys Rev Lett, 93(15): 158102.

Landisman CE, Long MA, Beierlein M, Deans MR, Paul DL, Connors BW (2002). Electrical synapses in the thalamic reticular nucleus. J Neurosci, 22(3): 1002-1009.

Long MA, Deans MR, Paul DL, Connors BW (2002). Rhythmicity without synchrony in the electrically uncoupled inferior olive. J Neurosci, 22(24): 10898-905.