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Research Group
Molecular and cellular physiology of synaptic transmission
Unit Unit Cellular and Systems Neurobiology »

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Representative Publications

Perez-Otaño I. , Larsen RS., Wesseling JF. " Emerging roles of GluN3-containing NMDA receptors in the CNS. " Nat Rev Neurosci . 17(10) , 623 - 35 ( 2016 )

Mahfooz K. , Marco S, Martínez-Turrillas R, Raja MK, Pérez-Otaño I, Wesseling JF. " GluN3A promotes NMDA spiking by enhancing synaptic transmission in Huntington's disease models. " Neurobiol Dis . 93 , 47 - 56 ( 2016 )

Mahfooz K , Singh M, Renden R, Wesseling JF " A Well-Defined Readily Releasable Pool with Fixed Capacity for Storing Vesicles at Calyx of Held. " PLoS Comput Biol . 12(4) , e - 1004855 ( 2016 )

Wesseling JF. , Pérez-Otaño I. " Modulation of GluN3A expression in Huntington disease: a new n-methyl-D-aspartate receptor-based therapeutic approach? " JAMA Neurol . 72(4) , 468 - 73 ( 2015 )

García-Pérez E , Mahfooz K, Covita J, Zandueta A, Wesseling JF " Levetiracetam accelerates the onset of supply rate depression in synaptic vesicle trafficking. " Epilepsia . 56(4) , 535 - 45 ( 2015 )
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