One-trial in vitro conditioning regulates an association between the β-thymosin repeat protein Csp24 and actin

@article{Redell2007OnetrialIV,
  title={One-trial in vitro conditioning regulates an association between the $\beta$-thymosin repeat protein Csp24 and actin},
  author={John B Redell and Juan-Juan Xue-Bian and Michael R Bubb and Terry Crow},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2007},
  volume={148},
  pages={413-420}
}
One-trial conditioning in Hermissenda results in enhanced intrinsic cellular excitability of sensory neurons in the conditioned stimulus pathway, and the phosphorylation of several proteins. Previous results demonstrated that the development of enhanced intrinsic excitability was dependent on the expression of conditioned stimulus pathway phosphoprotein-24 (Csp24), an intracellular protein containing four repeated beta-thymosin homology domains. Consistent with this, antisense oligonucleotide… Expand
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