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Molecular Organization of Synapses

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This feed focuses on the molecular organization of synapses between two nerve cells, synaptic signal transduction, and synaptic vesicles. Here is the latest research on organization of synapses.

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Regulation of Recurrent Inhibition by Asynchronous Glutamate Release in Neocortex

NeuronNovember 26, 2019
Suixin DengYousheng Shu

An ALS-associated mutation in human FUS reduces neurotransmission from C. elegans motor neurons to muscles

bioRxivNovember 30, 2019
Sebastian Matthias MarkertChristian Stigloher
Scientific Reports

Presynaptic dopamine function measured with [18 F]fluorodopa and L-DOPA effects on impulsive choice

Scientific ReportsNovember 29, 2019
Johannes PetzoldMichael N. Smolka
Journal of Neuroinflammation

Proteomic analysis of cerebrospinal fluid extracellular vesicles reveals synaptic injury, inflammation, and stress response markers in HIV patients with cognitive impairment

Journal of NeuroinflammationDecember 5, 2019
Debjani GuhaDana H Gabuzda
Biological Chemistry

Diffuse or hitch a ride: how photoreceptor lipidated proteins get from here to there

Biological ChemistryDecember 1, 2019
Jeanne M FrederickWolfgang Baehr
Molecular Brain

Restoring Wnt/β-catenin signaling is a promising therapeutic strategy for Alzheimer's disease

Molecular BrainDecember 4, 2019
Lin JiaYong-he Li
Journal of Neural Transmission

The catecholaldehyde hypothesis: where MAO fits in

Journal of Neural TransmissionDecember 5, 2019
David S Goldstein
Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience

GABA-Glycine Cotransmitting Neurons in the Ventrolateral Medulla: Development and Functional Relevance for Breathing

Frontiers in Cellular NeuroscienceNovember 19, 2019
Johannes HirrlingerSwen Hülsmann
Brain Research Bulletin

Enhanced functional recovery by levodopa is associated with decreased levels of synaptogyrin following stroke in aged mice

Brain Research BulletinDecember 2, 2019
Jens Häggman HenriksonKarsten Ruscher

d-Lysergic acid diethylamide has major potential as a cognitive enhancer

bioRxivDecember 6, 2019
Felipe A CiniSidarta Ribeiro
The Journal of Comparative Neurology

Vesicular nucleotide transporter-immunoreactive type I cells associated with P2X3-immunoreactive nerve endings in the rat carotid body

The Journal of Comparative NeurologyDecember 6, 2019
Takuya YokoyamaTomoyuki Saino
Frontiers in Synaptic Neuroscience

Differential Effect on Hippocampal Synaptic Facilitation by the Presynaptic Protein Mover

Frontiers in Synaptic NeuroscienceNovember 15, 2019
Julio S Viotti, Thomas Dresbach
ACS Chemical Neuroscience

Dopamine receptor type 2 (D2R) and ghrelin receptor (GHSR) co-expression alters CaV 2.2 modulation by G protein signaling cascades

ACS Chemical NeuroscienceDecember 6, 2019
Santiago Cordisco GonzalezJesica Raingo
Italian Journal of Pediatrics

PRRT2 gene variant in a child with dysmorphic features, congenital microcephaly, and severe epileptic seizures: genotype-phenotype correlation?

Italian Journal of PediatricsDecember 4, 2019
Piero PavoneRaffaele Falsaperla
Scientific Reports

Postsynaptic CaV 1.1-driven calcium signaling coordinates presynaptic differentiation at the developing neuromuscular junction

Scientific ReportsDecember 5, 2019
Mehmet Mahsum Kaplan, Bernhard E Flucher
Frontiers in Neuroscience

The Beta Amyloid Dysfunction (BAD) Hypothesis for Alzheimer's Disease

Frontiers in NeuroscienceNovember 7, 2019
Heinz Hillen
Pharmacological Research : the Official Journal of the Italian Pharmacological Society


Pharmacological Research : the Official Journal of the Italian Pharmacological SocietyNovember 28, 2019
Alexandre KanashiroFernando Queiroz Cunha
Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews


Neuroscience and Biobehavioral ReviewsNovember 30, 2019
Benjamín RodríguezMirian Akemi Furuie Hayashi
Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews

The role of chemical transmitters in neuron-glia interaction and pain in sensory ganglion

Neuroscience and Biobehavioral ReviewsNovember 27, 2019
Yoshizo MatsukaMasamitsu Oshima
The British Journal of Nutrition

Protective effects of enzyme degradation extract from Porphyra yezoensis against oxidative stress and brain injury in D-galactose-induced aging mice

The British Journal of NutritionDecember 2, 2019
Chun WangChang-Liang Zhu

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