dendritic spine development
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Glucocorticoids are a family of hormones that coordinate diverse physiological processes in responding to stress. Prolonged… Expand It is generally believed that only the actin cytoskeleton resides in dendritic spines and controls spine morphology and… Expand The development of distinct cellular layers and precise synaptic circuits is essential for the formation of well functioning… Expand Matrix metalloproteinase (MMP)-2 and -9 are pivotal in remodeling many tissues. However, their functions and candidate substrates… Expand Dendritic spines are small, actin-rich protrusions on the surface of dendrites that receive the majority of excitatory synaptic… Expand MicroRNAs are small, non-coding RNAs that control the translation of target messenger RNAs, thereby regulating critical aspects… Expand Dendritic spines are small protrusions that cover the surface of dendrites and bear the postsynaptic component of excitatory… Expand Anatomical analyses of occipital and temporal cortex of patients with fragile X mental retardation syndrome (FXS) and in a mouse… Expand Here, using a genetic approach, we dissect the roles of EphB receptor tyrosine kinases in dendritic spine development. Analysis… Expand Dendritic spines show structural plasticity during development and in response to synaptic activity. We previously found that… Expand