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    1. Wu, GY; Deisseroth, K; Tsien, RW
      Spaced stimuli stabilize MAPK pathway activation and its effects on dendritic morphology

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Piedras-Renteria, ES; Watase, K; Harata, N; Zhuchenko, O; Zoghbi, HY; Lee, CC; Tsien, RW
      Increased expression of alpha(1A) Ca2+ channel currents arising from expanded trinucleotide repeats in spinocerebellar ataxia type 6

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Harata, N; Pyle, JL; Aravanis, AM; Mozhayeva, M; Kavalali, ET; Tsien, RW
      Limited numbers of recycling vesicles in small CNS nerve terminals: implications for neural signaling and vesicular cycling

      TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES
    4. Wu, GY; Deisseroth, K; Tsien, RW
      Activity-dependent CREB phosphorylation: Convergence of a fast, sensitive calmodulin kinase pathway and a slow, less sensitive mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    5. Harata, N; Ryan, TA; Smith, SJ; Buchanan, J; Tsien, RW
      Visualizing recycling synaptic vesicles in hippocampal neurons by FM 1-43 photoconversion

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    6. Pitt, GS; Zuhlke, RD; Hudmon, A; Schulman, H; Reuter, H; Tsien, RW
      Molecular basis of calmodulin tethering and Ca2+-dependent inactivation ofL-type Ca2+ channels (vol 276, pg 30794, 2001)

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Pitt, GS; Zuhlke, RD; Hudmon, A; Schulman, H; Reuter, H; Tsien, RW
      Molecular basis of calmodulin tethering and Ca2+-dependent inactivation ofL-type Ca2+ channels

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Choi, S; Klingauf, J; Tsien, RW
      Postfusional regulation of cleft glutamate concentration during LTP at 'silent synapses'

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Pyle, JL; Kavalali, ET; Piedras-Renteria, ES; Tsien, RW
      Rapid reuse of readily releasable pool vesicles at hippocampal synapses

      NEURON
    10. Ertel, EA; Campbell, KP; Harpold, MM; Hofmann, F; Mori, Y; Perez-Reyes, E; Schwartz, A; Snutch, TP; Tanabe, T; Birnbaumer, L; Tsien, RW; Catterall, WA
      Nomenclature of voltage-gated calcium channels

      NEURON
    11. Degtiar, VE; Scheller, RH; Tsien, RW
      Syntaxin modulation of slow inactivation of N-type calcium channels

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    12. Bergsman, JB; Tsien, RW
      Syntaxin modulation of calcium channels in cortical synaptosomes as revealed by botulinum toxin C1

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    13. Mermelstein, PG; Bito, H; Deisseroth, K; Tsien, RW
      Critical dependence of cAMP response element-binding protein phosphorylation on L-type calcium channels supports a selective response to EPSPs in preference to action potentials

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    14. Bergsman, JB; Wheeler, DB; Tsien, RW
      Classification and function of voltage-gated calcium channels

      PHARMACOLOGY OF IONIC CHANNEL FUNCTION: ACTIVATORS AND INHIBITORS
    15. Bezprozvanny, I; Zhong, PY; Scheller, RH; Tsien, RW
      Molecular determinants of the functional interaction between syntaxin and N-type Ca2+ channel gating

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    16. Zuhlke, RD; Pitt, GS; Tsien, RW; Reuter, H
      Ca2+-sensitive inactivation and facilitation of L-type Ca2+ channels both depend on specific amino acid residues in a consensus calmodulin-binding motif in the alpha(1c) subunit

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    17. Kavalali, ET; Klingauf, J; Tsien, RW
      Properties of fast endocytosis at hippocampal synapses

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    18. Pyle, JL; Kavalali, ET; Choi, S; Tsien, RW
      Visualization of synaptic activity in hippocampal slices with FM1-43 enabled by fluorescence quenching

      NEURON
    19. Liu, GS; Choi, SW; Tsien, RW
      Variability of neurotransmitter concentration and nonsaturation of postsynaptic AMPA receptors at synapses in hippocampal cultures and slices

      NEURON
    20. Graef, IA; Mermelstein, PG; Stankunas, K; Neilson, JR; Deisseroth, K; Tsien, RW; Crabtree, GR
      L-type calcium channels and GSK-3 regulate the activity of NF-ATc4 in hippocampal neurons

      NATURE
    21. Zuhlke, RD; Pitt, GS; Deisseroth, K; Tsien, RW; Reuter, H
      Calmodulin supports both inactivation and facilitation of L-type calcium channels

      NATURE
    22. Jun, K; Piedras-Renteria, ES; Smith, SM; Wheeler, DB; Lee, SB; Lee, TG; Chin, HM; Adams, ME; Scheller, RH; Tsien, RW; Shin, HS
      Ablation of P/Q-type Ca2+ channel currents, altered synaptic transmission,and progressive ataxia in mice lacking the alpha(1A)-subunit

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    23. Kavalali, ET; Klingauf, J; Tsien, RW
      Activity-dependent regulation of synaptic clustering in a hippocampal culture system

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    24. Tsien, RW; Wheeler, DB
      Voltage-gated calcium channels

      CALCIUM AS A CELLULAR REGULATOR
    25. TSIEN RW; BERGSMAN JB; BEZPROZVANNY I; BITO H; CHEN XH; DEGTIAR VE; DEISSEROTH K; KAVALALI E; MERMELSTEIN P; NAMKUNG Y; PIEDRASRENTERIA E; PITT G; SHIN HS; SMITH SM; SCHELLER RH
      CALCIUM CHANNELS AS POTENT SIGNAL TRANSDUCERS AND KEY PHARMACOLOGICALTARGETS

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    26. KLINGAUF J; KAVALALI ET; TSIEN RW
      KINETICS AND REGULATION OF FAST ENDOCYTOSIS AT HIPPOCAMPAL SYNAPSES

      Nature
    27. DEISSEROTH K; HEIST EK; TSIEN RW
      TRANSLOCATION OF CALMODULIN TO THE NUCLEUS SUPPORTS CREB PHOSPHORYLATION IN HIPPOCAMPAL-NEURONS

      Nature
    28. TSIEN RW
      MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY - KEY CLOCKWORK COMPONENT CLONED

      Nature
    29. NAMKUNG Y; SMITH SM; LEE SB; SKRYPNYK NV; KIM HL; CHIN H; SCHELLER RH; TSIEN RW; SHIN HS
      TARGETED DISRUPTION OF THE CA2-TYPE AND L-TYPE CA2+ CHANNEL ACTIVITY AND ALTERS THE VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT ACTIVATION OF P( CHANNEL BETA(3) SUBUNIT REDUCES N)Q-TYPE CA2+ CHANNELS IN NEURONS/

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    30. PIEDRASRENTERIA ES; TSIEN RW
      ANTISENSE OLIGONUCLEOTIDES AGAINST ALPHA(1E) REDUCE R-TYPE CALCIUM CURRENTS IN CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    31. DEISSEROTH K; HEIST K; MERMELSTEIN P; PITT G; BITO H; TSIEN RW
      SENDING MESSAGES FROM SYNAPSE TO NUCLEUS - LOCAL CALCIUM SIGNALING WITH DISTANT CONSEQUENCES

      The Journal of general physiology
    32. PITT GS; MERMELSTEIN PG; DEISSEROTH K; TSIEN RW
      ACTIVITY-DEPENDENT CALMODULIN TRANSLOCATION TO THE NUCLEUS IN NEURONSSUGGESTS A MECHANISM FOR L-TYPE CHANNEL MODULATION OF GENE-EXPRESSIONIN VASCULAR SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS

      Circulation
    33. PIEDRASRENTERIA ES; TSIEN RW
      ANTISENSE OLIGONUCLEOTIDES AGAINST ALPHA(1E) REDUCE R-TYPE CA2+ CHANNEL CURRENT IN CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS

      Biophysical journal
    34. YANG NB; STOCKER JW; NADASDI L; ALDRICH RW; TSIEN RW
      PROBING THE INTERACTION BETWEEN OMEGA-CONOTOXIN MVIIA AND N-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNELS

      Biophysical journal
    35. SMITH SM; NAMKUNG Y; SCHELLER RH; TSIEN RW; SHIN HS
      KNOCK-OUT OF THE BETA3 SUBUNIT REDUCES EXPRESSION OF N-TYPE CA2+ CHANNEL CURRENT IN MOUSE DISSOCIATED SYMPATHETIC NEURONS

      Biophysical journal
    36. DEGTIAR VE; SCHELLER RH; TSIEN RW
      SYNTAXIN STABILIZATION OF N-TYPE CA2- MODULATION BY PROTEIN-KINASE-C(CHANNELS IN A SLOW INACTIVATED STATE )

      Biophysical journal
    37. NEWCOMB R; SZOKE B; PALMA A; WANG G; CHEN XH; HOPKINS W; CONG R; MILLER J; URGE L; TARCZYHORNOCH K; LOO JA; DOOLEY DJ; NADASDI L; TSIEN RW; LEMOS J; MILJANICH G
      SELECTIVE PEPTIDE ANTAGONIST OF THE CLASS-E CALCIUM-CHANNEL FROM THE VENOM OF THE TARANTULA HYSTEROCRATES-GIGAS

      Biochemistry (Easton)
    38. BITO H; DEISSEROTH K; TSIEN RW
      CA2-DEPENDENT REGULATION IN NEURONAL GENE-EXPRESSION()

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    39. KAVALALI ET; ZHUO M; BITO H; TSIEN RW
      DENDRITIC CA2+ CHANNELS CHARACTERIZED BY RECORDINGS FROM ISOLATED HIPPOCAMPAL DENDRITIC SEGMENTS

      Neuron
    40. STOCKER JW; NADASDI L; ALDRICH RW; TSIEN RW
      PREFERENTIAL INTERACTION OF OMEGA-CONOTOXINS WITH INACTIVATED N-TYPE CA2+ CHANNELS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    41. RANDALL AD; TSIEN RW
      CONTRASTING BIOPHYSICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF T-TYPE AND R-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNELS

      Neuropharmacology
    42. CHEN XH; TSIEN RW
      ASPARTATE SUBSTITUTIONS ESTABLISH THE CONCERTED ACTION OF P-REGION GLUTAMATES IN REPEAT-I AND REPEAT-III IN FORMING THE PROTONATION SITE OFL-TYPE CA2+ CHANNELS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    43. PITT GS; DEISSEROTH K; TSIEN RW
      L-TYPE CA2-MUSCLE CELLS( CHANNELS MEDIATE CREB PHOSPHORYLATION IN VASCULAR SMOOTH)

      Circulation
    44. CHEN XH; TSIEN RW
      EFFECT OF GLU-]ASP REPLACEMENT INDICATE A CONCERTED ACTION OF GLUTAMATES IN REPEAT-I AND REPEAT-III IN FORMING THE PROTONATION SITE OF L-TYPE CA2+ CHANNELS

      Biophysical journal
    45. ZHANG JF; ELLINOR PT; ALDRICH RW; TSIEN RW
      MULTIPLE STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS IN VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT CA2-PROTEINS( CHANNELS SUPPORT THEIR INHIBITION BY G)

      Neuron
    46. DEISSEROTH K; BITO H; TSIEN RW
      SIGNALING FROM SYNAPSE TO NUCLEUS - POSTSYNAPTIC CREB PHOSPHORYLATIONDURING MULTIPLE FORMS OF HIPPOCAMPAL SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY

      Neuron
    47. BITO H; DEISSEROTH K; TSIEN RW
      SIGNALING FROM SYNAPSE TO NUCLEUS - CA2-DEPENDENT CONTROL AT HIPPOCAMPAL SYNAPSES OF NUCLEAR CREB PHOSPHORYLATION()

      The FASEB journal
    48. WHEELER DB; RANDALL A; TSIEN RW
      CHANGES IN ACTION-POTENTIAL DURATION ALTER RELIANCE OF EXCITATORY SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION ON MULTIPLE TYPES OF CA2+ CHANNELS IN RAT HIPPOCAMPUS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    49. BITO H; DEISSEROTH K; TSIEN RW
      CREB PHOSPHORYLATION AND DEPHOSPHORYLATION - A CA2(- AND STIMULUS DURATION-DEPENDENT SWITCH FOR HIPPOCAMPAL GENE-EXPRESSION())

      Cell
    50. TSIEN RW; ZHANG JF; ELLINOR PT; ALDRICH RW; CHEN XH; BEZPROZVANNY I
      CA2- MOLECULAR-BASIS OF G-PROTEIN MODULATION AND H+ BLOCK( CHANNELS )

      Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology
    51. CHEN XH; BEZPROZVANNY I; TSIEN RW
      MOLECULAR-BASIS OF PROTON BLOCK OF L-TYPE CA2+ CHANNELS

      The Journal of general physiology
    52. BERGSMAN JB; TSIEN RW
      TESTING FOR BOTULINUM TOXIN TYPE C1 EFFECT ON CALCIUM FLUX IN RAT NEOCORTICAL SYNAPTOSOMES

      The Journal of general physiology
    53. STOCKER JW; NADASDI L; SILVA D; ALDRICH RW; TSIEN RW
      INTERACTION BETWEEN N-TYPE CA2-CONOTOXIN( CHANNEL INACTIVATION GATINGAND BINDING OF AN OMEGA)

      Biophysical journal
    54. ZHANG JF; ELLINOR PT; ALDRICH RW; TSIEN RW
      MOLECULAR DETERMINANTS INVOLVED IN THE MODULATION OF N-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNELS BY G-PROTEINS

      Biophysical journal
    55. CHEN XH; BEZPROZVANNY I; TSIEN RW
      HOW PROTON BLOCK OF L-TYPE CA2-REGION GLUTAMATES( CHANNELS IS AFFECTED BY MUTATIONS OF P)

      Biophysical journal
    56. DEISSEROTH K; BITO H; SCHULMAN H; TSIEN RW
      SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY - A MOLECULAR MECHANISM FOR METAPLASTICITY

      Current biology
    57. ELLINOR PT; YANG J; SATHER WA; ZHANG JF; TSIEN RW
      CA2-LOCUS FOR HIGH-AFFINITY CA2+ INTERACTIONS( CHANNEL SELECTIVITY ATA SINGLE)

      Neuron
    58. TSIEN RW
      HOT PAPERS - MOLECULAR NEUROPHYSIOLOGY - DISTINCTIVE PHARMACOLOGY ANDKINETICS OF CLONED NEURONAL CA2- COMMENTS( CHANNELS AND THEIR POSSIBLE COUNTERPARTS IN MAMMALIAN CNS NEURONS BY ZHANG,J.F., RANDALL,A.D., ELLINOR,P.T., HORNE,W.A., SATHER,W.A., TANABE,T., SCHWARZ,T.L., TSIEN,R.W. )

      The Scientist
    59. RANDALL A; TSIEN RW
      PHARMACOLOGICAL DISSECTION OF MULTIPLE TYPES OF CA2+ CHANNEL CURRENTSIN RAT CEREBELLAR GRANULE NEURONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    60. TSIEN RW; LIPSCOMBE D; MADISON D; BLEY K; FOX A
      REFLECTIONS ON CA2-CHANNEL DIVERSITY, 1988-1994()

      Trends in neurosciences
    61. MALGAROLI A; TING AE; WENDLAND B; BERGAMASCHI A; VILLA A; TSIEN RW; SCHELLER RH
      PRESYNAPTIC COMPONENT OF LONG-TERM POTENTIATION VISUALIZED AT INDIVIDUAL HIPPOCAMPAL SYNAPSES

      Science
    62. LIU G; TSIEN RW
      SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION AT SINGLE VISUALIZED HIPPOCAMPAL BOUTONS

      Neuropharmacology
    63. BEZPROZVANNY I; SCHELLER RH; TSIEN RW
      FUNCTIONAL IMPACT OF SYNTAXIN ON GATING OF N-TYPE AND Q-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNELS

      Nature
    64. LIU GS; TSIEN RW
      PROPERTIES OF SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION AT SINGLE HIPPOCAMPAL SYNAPTIC BOUTONS

      Nature
    65. BEZPROZVANNY L; TSIEN RW
      VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT BLOCKADE OF DIVERSE TYPES OF VOLTAGE-GATED CA2-40-5967)( CHANNELS EXPRESSED IN XENOPUS OOCYTES BY THE CA2+ CHANNEL ANTAGONIST MIBEFRADIL (RO)

      Molecular pharmacology
    66. BIRNBAUMER L; CAMPBELL KP; CATTERALL WA; HARPOLD MM; HOFMANN F; HORNE WA; MORI Y; SCHWARTZ A; SNUTCH TP; TANABE T; TSIEN RW
      THE NAMING OF VOLTAGE-GATED CALCIUM CHANNELS

      Neuron
    67. FRIEL DD; TSIEN RW
      AN FCCP-SENSITIVE CA2-EVOKED CHANGES IN [CA2+](I)( STORE IN BULLFROG SYMPATHETIC NEURONS AND ITS PARTICIPATION IN STIMULUS)

      The Journal of neuroscience
    68. CHIANG LW; SCHWEIZER FE; TSIEN RW; SCHULMAN H
      NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE EXPRESSION IN SINGLE HIPPOCAMPAL-NEURONS

      Molecular brain research
    69. CHIANG LW; SCHWEIZER FE; TSIEN RW; SCHULMAN H
      NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE EXPRESSION IN SINGLE HIPPOCAMPAL-NEURONS

      Molecular brain research
    70. WHEELER DB; TSIEN RW; RANDALL A
      IDENTIFICATION OF CALCIUM CHANNELS THAT CONTROL NEUROSECRETION - REPLY

      Science
    71. WHEELER DB; TSIEN RW; RANDALL A
      IDENTIFICATION OF CALCIUM CHANNELS THAT CONTROL NEUROSECRETION - REPLY

      Science
    72. WHEELER DB; RANDALL A; TSIEN RW
      ROLES OF N-TYPE AND Q-TYPE CA2+ CHANNELS IN SUPPORTING HIPPOCAMPAL SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION

      Science
    73. ELLINOR PT; ZHANG JF; HORNE WA; TSIEN RW
      STRUCTURAL DETERMINANTS OF THE BLOCKADE OF N-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNELS BYA PEPTIDE NEUROTOXIN

      Nature
    74. ZHANG JF; ELLINOR PT; ALDRICH RW; TSIEN RW
      MOLECULAR DETERMINANTS OF VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT INACTIVATION IN CALCIUM CHANNELS

      Nature
    75. ZHANG JF; ELLINOR PT; ALDRICH RW; TSIEN RW
      MOLECULAR DETERMINANTS OF VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT INACTIVATION IN CALCIUM CHANNELS

      Nature
    76. WENDLAND B; SCHWEIZER FE; RYAN TA; NAKANE M; MURAD F; SCHELLER RH; TSIEN RW
      EXISTENCE OF NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE IN RAT HIPPOCAMPAL PYRAMIDAL CELLS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    77. WHEELER DB; RANDALL A; TSIEN RW
      THE BASIS OF CONCERTED ACTIONS OF MULTIPLE CA2-VITRO( CHANNELS IN EXCITATORY SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION IN AREA CA1 OF RAT HIPPOCAMPAL SLICE IN)

      Journal of physiology
    78. SATHER WA; NUSSINOVICH I; GROSS DJ; YANG J; TSIEN RW
      CHANGES IN SINGLE CA2-TYPE CHANNEL PORE( CHANNEL PROPERTIES PRODUCED BY MUTATIONS IN THE L)

      Biophysical journal
    79. YANG J; ELLINOR PT; SATHER WA; ZHANG JF; TSIEN RW
      EFFECTS OF FULL OR PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF 4 GLUTAMATE RESIDUES ON IONPERMEATION IN THE L-TYPE CA2+ CHANNEL PORE

      Biophysical journal
    80. ZHANG JF; ELLINOR PT; ALDRICH RW; TSIEN RW
      MOLECULAR DETERMINANTS OF VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT INACTIVATION IN CALCIUM CHANNELS

      Biophysical journal
    81. RYAN TA; REUTER H; WENDLAND B; SCHWEIZER FE; TSIEN RW; SMITH SJ
      THE KINETICS OF SYNAPTIC VESICLE RECYCLING MEASURED AT SINGLE PRESYNAPTIC BOUTONS

      Neuron
    82. SATHER WA; TANABE T; ZHANG JF; MORI Y; ADAMS ME; TSIEN RW
      DISTINCTIVE BIOPHYSICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF CLASS-A (BI) CALCIUM-CHANNEL ALPHA(1)-SUBUNITS

      Neuron
    83. ZHANG JF; RANDALL AD; ELLINOR PT; HORNE WA; SATHER WA; TANABE T; SCHWARZ TL; TSIEN RW
      DISTINCTIVE PHARMACOLOGY AND KINETICS OF CLONED NEURONAL CA2+ CHANNELS AND THEIR POSSIBLE COUNTERPARTS IN MAMMALIAN CNS NEURONS

      Neuropharmacology
    84. YANG J; ELLINOR PT; SATHER WA; ZHANG JF; TSIEN RW
      MOLECULAR DETERMINANTS OF CA2-TYPE CA2+ CHANNELS( SELECTIVITY AND IONPERMEATION IN L)

      Nature
    85. ELLINOR PT; ZHANG JF; RANDALL AD; ZHOU M; SCHWARZ TL; TSIEN RW; HORNE WA
      FUNCTIONAL EXPRESSION OF A RAPIDLY INACTIVATING NEURONAL CALCIUM-CHANNEL

      Nature
    86. HORNE WA; ELLINOR PT; INMAN I; ZHOU M; TSIEN RW; SCHWARZ TL
      MOLECULAR DIVERSITY OF CA2-ALPHA-1 SUBUNITS FROM THE MARINE RAY DISCOPYGE-OMMATA( CHANNEL)

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    87. RANDALL AD; DEISSEROTH K; TSIEN RW
      EXCITATORY AND INHIBITORY SYNAPTIC CONNECTIVITY BETWEEN CULTURED RAT CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS

      Journal of physiology
    88. RANDALL AD; TSIEN RW
      KINETIC-ANALYSIS OF EPSCS AND IPSCS RECORDED FROM CULTURED RAT CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS

      Journal of physiology


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