Melanie Woodin
Melanie Woodin
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Coincident pre-and postsynaptic activity modifies GABAergic synapses by postsynaptic changes in Cl− transporter activity
MA Woodin, K Ganguly, M Poo
Neuron 39 (5), 807-820, 2003
Single cell-derived clonal analysis of human glioblastoma links functional and genomic heterogeneity
M Meyer, J Reimand, X Lan, R Head, X Zhu, M Kushida, J Bayani, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (3), 851-856, 2015
Neurons are recruited to a memory trace based on relative neuronal excitability immediately before training
AP Yiu, V Mercaldo, C Yan, B Richards, AJ Rashid, HLL Hsiang, ...
Neuron 83 (3), 722-735, 2014
Role of activity-dependent regulation of neuronal chloride homeostasis in development
H Fiumelli, MA Woodin
Current opinion in neurobiology 17 (1), 81-86, 2007
Refuting the challenges of the developmental shift of polarity of GABA actions: GABA more exciting than ever!
Y Ben-Ari, MA Woodin, E Sernagor, L Cancedda, L Vinay, C Rivera, ...
Frontiers in cellular neuroscience 6, 35, 2012
Patterns across multiple memories are identified over time
BA Richards, F Xia, A Santoro, J Husse, MA Woodin, SA Josselyn, ...
Nature neuroscience 17 (7), 981-986, 2014
Inhibitory synaptic plasticity: spike timing-dependence and putative network function
TP Vogels, RC Froemke, N Doyon, M Gilson, JS Haas, R Liu, A Maffei, ...
Frontiers in neural circuits 7, 119, 2013
Misregulation of an activity-dependent splicing network as a common mechanism underlying autism spectrum disorders
M Quesnel-Vallières, Z Dargaei, M Irimia, T Gonatopoulos-Pournatzis, J Ip, ...
Molecular Cell 64 (6), 1023-1034, 2016
Increasing CRTC1 function in the dentate gyrus during memory formation or reactivation increases memory strength without compromising memory quality
MJ Sekeres, V Mercaldo, B Richards, D Sargin, V Mahadevan, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (49), 17857-17868, 2012
Parvalbumin and GAD65 interneuron inhibition in the ventral hippocampus induces distinct behavioral deficits relevant to schizophrenia
R Nguyen, MD Morrissey, V Mahadevan, JD Cajanding, MA Woodin, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (45), 14948-14960, 2014
Neto2 is a KCC2 Interacting Protein Required for Neuronal Cl- Regulation in Hippocampal Neurons.
EA Ivakine, BA Acton, V Mahadevan, J Ormond, C Tang, JC Pressey, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 110, 3561-6, 2013
Excitatory Synaptogenesis between Identified LymnaeaNeurons Requires Extrinsic Trophic Factors and Is Mediated by Receptor Tyrosine Kinases
T Hamakawa, MA Woodin, MC Bjorgum, SD Painter, M Takasaki, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 19 (21), 9306-9312, 1999
Restoring GABAergic inhibition rescues memory deficits in a Huntington’s disease mouse model
Z Dargaei, V Bang JY, Mahadevan, CS Khademullah, S Bedard, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 115 (7), E1618-E1626, 2018
Autism-misregulated eIF4G microexons control synaptic translation and higher order cognitive functions
T Gonatopoulos-Pournatzis, R Niibori, EW Salter, RJ Weatheritt, B Tsang, ...
Molecular cell 77 (6), 1176-1192. e16, 2020
Kainate receptors coexist in a functional complex with KCC2 and regulate chloride homeostasis in hippocampal neurons
V Mahadevan, JC Pressey, BA Acton, P Uvarov, MY Huang, J Chevrier, ...
Cell reports 7 (6), 1762-1770, 2014
Spike-timing dependent plasticity in inhibitory circuits
KP Lamsa, DM Kullmann, MA Woodin
Frontiers in synaptic neuroscience 2, 1371, 2010
Endogenous GABAA and GABAB receptor-mediated electrical suppression is critical to neuronal anoxia tolerance
ME Pamenter, DW Hogg, J Ormond, DS Shin, MA Woodin, LT Buck
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (27), 11274-11279, 2011
Hyperpolarizing GABAergic transmission requires the KCC2 C-terminal ISO domain
BA Acton, V Mahadevan, A Mercado, P Uvarov, Y Ding, J Pressey, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (25), 8746-8751, 2012
Neuronal chloride and excitability—the big impact of small changes
JV Raimondo, BA Richards, MA Woodin
Current opinion in neurobiology 43, 35-42, 2017
Trophic factor-induced excitatory synaptogenesis involves postsynaptic modulation of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors
MA Woodin, DW Munno, NI Syed
Journal of Neuroscience 22 (2), 505-514, 2002
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