Drebrin a content correlates with spine head size in the adult mouse cerebral cortex.

Abstract

Synaptic activities alter synaptic strengths at the axospinous junctions, and such changes are often accompanied by changes in the size of the postsynaptic spines. We have been exploring the idea that drebrin A, a neuron-specific actin-binding protein localized on the postsynaptic side of excitatory synapses, may be a molecule that links synaptic activity… (More)

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@article{Kobayashi2007DrebrinAC, title={Drebrin a content correlates with spine head size in the adult mouse cerebral cortex.}, author={Chiho Kobayashi and Chiye J Aoki and Nobuhiko Kojima and Hiroyuki Yamazaki and Tomoaki Shirao}, journal={The Journal of comparative neurology}, year={2007}, volume={503 5}, pages={618-26} }