Chelsie Kadgien
Chelsie Kadgien
University of Colorado Anschutz
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Retromer-dependent neurotransmitter receptor trafficking to synapses is altered by the Parkinson's disease VPS35 mutation p. D620N
LN Munsie, AJ Milnerwood, P Seibler, DA Beccano-Kelly, I Tatarnikov, ...
Human molecular genetics 24 (6), 1691-1703, 2015
Initial elevations in glutamate and dopamine neurotransmission decline with age, as does exploratory behavior, in LRRK2 G2019S knock-in mice
M Volta, DA Beccano-Kelly, SA Paschall, S Cataldi, SE MacIsaac, ...
Elife 6, e28377, 2017
Altered dopamine release and monoamine transporters in Vps35 p. D620N knock-in mice
S Cataldi, J Follett, JD Fox, I Tatarnikov, C Kadgien, EK Gustavsson, ...
npj Parkinson's Disease 4 (1), 27, 2018
Neuroleadership: Themes and limitations of an emerging interdisciplinary field
N Kuhlmann, CA Kadgien
Healthcare management forum 31 (3), 103-107, 2018
Endosomal traffic and glutamate synapse activity are increased in VPS35 D620N mutant knock-in mouse neurons, and resistant to LRRK2 kinase inhibition
CA Kadgien, A Kamesh, AJ Milnerwood
Molecular brain 14 (1), 143, 2021
DNAJC13 p. Asn855Ser, implicated in familial parkinsonism, alters membrane dynamics of sorting nexin 1
J Follett, JD Fox, EK Gustavsson, C Kadgien, LN Munsie, LP Cao, ...
Neuroscience Letters 706, 114-122, 2019
Neuroleadership: can neuroscience be our guide to better management
C Kadgien, N Kuhlman
Healthcare management Forum, 2018
Glutamatergic synapse function in a VPS35 D620N knock-in model of Parkinsonism
CA Kadgien
University of British Columbia, 2020
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