GluN3A promotes dendritic spine pruning and destabilization during postnatal development.


Synaptic rearrangements during critical periods of postnatal brain development rely on the correct formation, strengthening, and elimination of synapses and associated dendritic spines to form functional networks. The correct balance of these processes is thought to be regulated by synapse-specific changes in the subunit composition of NMDA-type glutamate… (More)
DOI: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.5183-13.2014


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