Tyler W. Dunn
Tyler W. Dunn
Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University
Verified email at mcgill.ca
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In vitro characterization of L-type calcium channels and their contribution to firing behavior in invertebrate respiratory neurons
JD Spafford, T Dunn, AB Smit, NI Syed, GW Zamponi
Journal of neurophysiology 95 (1), 42-52, 2006
PKC differentially translocates during spaced and massed training in Aplysia
CA Farah, D Weatherill, TW Dunn, WS Sossin
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (33), 10281-10286, 2009
Compartment‐specific, differential regulation of eukaryotic elongation factor 2 and its kinase within Aplysia sensory neurons
DB Weatherill, PK McCamphill, E Pethoukov, TW Dunn, X Fan, WS Sossin
Journal of neurochemistry 117 (5), 841-855, 2011
When to bee social: interactions among environmental constraints, incentives, guarding, and relatedness in a facultatively social carpenter bee
T Dunn, MH Richards
Behavioral Ecology 14 (3), 417-424, 2003
Regulation of protein kinase C Apl II by serotonin receptors in Aplysia
I Nagakura, TW Dunn, CA Farah, A Heppner, FF Li, WS Sossin
Journal of neurochemistry 115 (4), 994-1006, 2010
Synaptic modulation by a Drosophila neuropeptide is motor neuron-specific and requires CaMKII activity
TW Dunn, AJ Mercier
Peptides 26 (2), 269-276, 2005
A PKM generated by calpain cleavage of a classical PKC is required for activity-dependent intermediate-term facilitation in the presynaptic sensory neuron of Aplysia
CA Farah, MH Hastings, TW Dunn, K Gong, D Baker-Andresen, ...
Learning & Memory 24 (1), 1-13, 2017
Inhibition of the Aplysia sensory neuron calcium current with dopamine and serotonin
TW Dunn, WS Sossin
Journal of neurophysiology 110 (9), 2071-2081, 2013
Synaptic modulation by a neuropeptide depends on temperature and extracellular calcium
TW Dunn, AJ Mercier
Journal of neurophysiology 89 (4), 1807-1814, 2003
Ryanodine receptor–transmitter release site coupling increases quantal size in a synapse‐specific manner
TW Dunn, NI Syed
European Journal of Neuroscience 24 (6), 1591-1605, 2006
Inhibitory responses in Aplysia pleural sensory neurons act to block excitability, transmitter release, and PKC Apl II activation
TW Dunn, CA Farah, WS Sossin
Journal of neurophysiology 107 (1), 292-305, 2012
Serotonin modulates transmitter release at central Lymnaea synapses through a G‐protein‐coupled and cAMP‐mediated pathway
PK McCamphill, TW Dunn, NI Syed
European Journal of Neuroscience 27 (8), 2033-2042, 2008
Activity‐induced large amplitude postsynaptic mPSPs at soma–soma synapses between Lymnaea neurons
TW Dunn, PK McCamphill, NI Syed
Synapse 63 (2), 117-125, 2009
Isoform specificity of PKMs during long-term facilitation in Aplysia is mediated through stabilization by KIBRA
L Ferguson, J Hu, D Cai, S Chen, TW Dunn, K Pearce, DL Glanzman, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 39 (44), 8632-8644, 2019
The Ca V 2α1 EF-hand F helix tyrosine, a highly conserved locus for GPCR inhibition of Ca V 2 channels
TW Dunn, X Fan, AR Ase, P Séguéla, WS Sossin
Scientific reports 8 (1), 3263, 2018
Decline in the Recovery from Synaptic Depression in Heavier Aplysia Results from Decreased Serotonin-Induced Novel PKC Activation
TW Dunn, WS Sossin
PloS one 10 (8), e0136907, 2015
A role for Numb in Protein kinase M (PKM)‐mediated increase in surface AMPA receptors during facilitation in Aplysia
CA Farah, TW Dunn, MH Hastings, L Ferguson, C Gao, K Gong, ...
Journal of neurochemistry, 2019
An action potential‐induced and ryanodine sensitive calcium transient dynamically regulates transmitter release at synapses between Lymnaea neurons
TW Dunn, EA Montgomery, NI Syed
Synapse 63 (1), 61-68, 2009
Exploring Mechanisms of Synaptic Plasticity Using Exogenous Expression of Proteins at the Sensory-to-Motor Neuron Synapse of Aplysia
DB Weatherill, TW Dunn, PK McCamphill, WS Sossin
Multidisciplinary Tools for Investigating Synaptic Plasticity, 61-91, 2013
Ryanodine Receptor-mediated Neurotransmitter Release Synchronization Alters the Function of the Chemical Synapse
TW Dunn
ProQuest, 2007
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