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Foxp1 in Forebrain Pyramidal Neurons Controls Gene Expression Required for Spatial Learning and Synaptic Plasticity.Academic Article Why?
LIMK1 regulates long-term memory and synaptic plasticity via the transcriptional factor CREB.Academic Article Why?
Neto1 is a novel CUB-domain NMDA receptor-interacting protein required for synaptic plasticity and learning.Academic Article Why?
Neuronal plasticity: increasing the gain in pain.Academic Article Why?
Src, N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptors, and synaptic plasticity.Academic Article Why?
Cellular neuroplasticity mechanisms mediating pain persistence.Academic Article Why?
The tyrosine phosphatase STEP constrains amygdala-dependent memory formation and neuroplasticity.Academic Article Why?
Salter, MichaelPerson Why?
Josselyn, SheenaPerson Why?
A pharmacogenetic inducible approach to the study of NMDA/alphaCaMKII signaling in synaptic plasticity.Academic Article Why?
Neuronal PlasticityConcept Why?
Cellular signalling pathways of spinal pain neuroplasticity as targets for analgesic development.Academic Article Why?
Frankland, PaulPerson Why?
Canada Research Chair in Neuroplasticity and Pain (Tier I)Award or Honor Receipt Why?
Mabbott, DonaldPerson Why?
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