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May-2011Identification of four functional NR3B isoforms in developing white matter reveals unexpected diversity among glutamate receptors.Domingues, AM; Neugebauer, KM; Fern, RJournal Article
Apr-2012Ephs and ephrins: emerging therapeutic targets in neuropathology.Attwood, BK; Patel, S; Pawlak, RJournal Article
Jan-2012Neuroprotective role of Sirt1 in mammalian models of Huntington's disease through activation of multiple Sirt1 targets.Jiang, M; Wang, J; Fu, J; Du, L; Jeong, H; West, T; Xiang, L; Peng, Q; Hou, Z; Cai, H; Seredenina, T; Arbez, N; Zhu, S; Sommers, K; Qian, J; Zhang, J; Mori, S; Yang, XW; Tamashiro, KL; Aja, S; Moran, TH; Luthi-Carter, R; Martin, B; Maudsley, S; Mattson, MP; Cichewicz, RH; Ross, CA; Holtzman, DM; Krainc, D; Duan, WJournal Article
15-Mar-2011In vivo cell-autonomous transcriptional abnormalities revealed in mice expressing mutant huntingtin in striatal but not cortical neurons.Thomas, EA; Coppola, G; Tang, B; Kuhn, A; Kim, S; Geschwind, DH; Brown, TB; Luthi-Carter, R; Ehrlich, MEJournal Article
Mar-2005Mutagenesis studies of conserved proline residues of human P2X receptors for ATP indicate that proline 272 contributes to channel function.Roberts, JA; Evans, RJJournal Article
15-Oct-2009Regulation of p53 expression, phosphorylation and subcellular localization by a G-protein-coupled receptor.Solyakov, L; Sayan, E; Riley, J; Pointon, A; Tobin, ABJournal Article
Jan-2009Implication of the JNK pathway in a rat model of Huntington's disease.Perrin, V; Dufour, N; Raoul, C; Hassig, R; Brouillet, E; Aebischer, P; Luthi-Carter, R; Déglon, NJournal Article
Mar-2009Sustained effects of nonallele-specific Huntingtin silencing.Drouet, V; Perrin, V; Hassig, R; Dufour, N; Auregan, G; Alves, S; Bonvento, G; Brouillet, E; Luthi-Carter, R; Hantraye, P; Déglon, NJournal Article
24-Sep-2008Dysregulation of gene expression in primary neuron models of Huntington's disease shows that polyglutamine-related effects on the striatal transcriptome may not be dependent on brain circuitry.Runne, H; Régulier, E; Kuhn, A; Zala, D; Gokce, O; Perrin, V; Sick, B; Aebischer, P; Déglon, N; Luthi-Carter, RJournal Article
2-Sep-2011Identification of human P2X1 receptor-interacting proteins reveals a role of the cytoskeleton in receptor regulation.Lalo, U; Roberts, JA; Evans, RJJournal Article