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A Mosaic of Functional Kainate Receptors in Hippocampal Interneurons
Although some physiological functions of kainate receptors (KARs) still remain unclear, recent advances have highlighted a role in synaptic physiology. In hippocampal slices, kainate depressesExpand
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A Role for SNAP25 in Internalization of Kainate Receptors and Synaptic Plasticity
Regulation of surface insertion and internalization of AMPA and NMDA receptors has emerged as a key mechanism for the control of synaptic strength. Regulatory elements for synaptic kainate receptorsExpand
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Block of Kainate Receptor Desensitization Uncovers a Key Trafficking Checkpoint
A prominent feature of ionotropic glutamate receptors from the AMPA and kainate subtypes is their profound desensitization in response to glutamate-a process thought to protect the neuron fromExpand
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CRMP2 Tethers Kainate Receptor Activity to Cytoskeleton Dynamics during Neuronal Maturation
The CRMP2 and CRMP4 proteins are strongly expressed in the developing nervous system, mediating neurite outgrowth, neuronal polarity, and axon guidance. In the present study, we demonstrate theExpand
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Human autoantibodies against early endosome antigen-1 enhance excitatory synaptic transmission
Early endosome antigen 1 (EEA1), a peripheral membrane protein associated with the cytoplasmic face of early endosomes, controls vesicle fusion during endocytosis, as extensively studied inExpand
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Forelimb (top panel) and hind limb errors (bottom panel) in SWR/J (1), C57BL/6J (2) and BALB/CJ (3) mice while traversing a grid
Copyright information: Taken from "Altered neurological function in mice immunized with early endosome antigen 1"BMC Neuroscience 2004;5():2-2.Published online 16 Jan 2004PMCID:PMC324400.Copyright ©Expand