Brain-derived neurotrophic factor promotes gephyrin protein expression and GABAA receptor clustering in immature cultured hippocampal cells.

Abstract

Fast synaptic inhibition in the adult brain is largely mediated by GABAA receptors (GABAAR). GABAAR are anchored to synaptic sites by gephyrin, a scaffolding protein that appears to be assembled as a hexagonal lattice beneath the plasma membrane. Brain derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) alters the clustering and synaptic distribution of GABAAR but… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.neuint.2014.04.006

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@article{Gonzalez2014BrainderivedNF, title={Brain-derived neurotrophic factor promotes gephyrin protein expression and GABAA receptor clustering in immature cultured hippocampal cells.}, author={M Ivelisse Gonzalez}, journal={Neurochemistry international}, year={2014}, volume={72}, pages={14-21} }