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Shisa6 traps AMPA receptors at postsynaptic sites and prevents their desensitization during synaptic activity
Trafficking and biophysical properties of AMPA receptors (AMPARs) in the brain depend on interactions with associated proteins. We identify Shisa6, a single transmembrane protein, as a stable andExpand
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Mechanisms Underlying the Rules for Associative Plasticity at Adult Human Neocortical Synapses
The neocortex in our brain stores long-term memories by changing the strength of connections between neurons. To date, the rules and mechanisms that govern activity-induced synaptic changes at humanExpand
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The AMPA receptor-associated protein Shisa7 regulates hippocampal synaptic function and contextual memory
Glutamatergic synapses rely on AMPA receptors (AMPARs) for fast synaptic transmission and plasticity. AMPAR auxiliary proteins regulate receptor trafficking, and modulate receptor mobility and itsExpand
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C-Terminal Interactors of the AMPA Receptor Auxiliary Subunit Shisa9
Shisa9 (initially named CKAMP44) has been identified as auxiliary subunit of the AMPA-type glutamate receptors and was shown to modulate its physiological properties. Shisa9 is a type-I transmembraneExpand
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