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    Yuzaki Lab's (Department of Neurophysiology, Keio University School of Medicine) research theme is to elucidate "how neural activity and environmental changes induce memory and learning,、, 、and how they change the neural network itself ."。For details please Click here.
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Voltage-dependent potassium channel genes were found in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy (Kv4.2)Mutation (Neurobiol. Dis.)2006.12.31
Singh, B., Ogiwara, I., Kaneda, M., Tokonami, N., Mazaki, E., Father, K., Matsuda, K., Inoue, Y., and Yamakawa, C. A Kv4.2 truncation mutation in a patient with temporal lobe epilepsy. Neurobiol. Dis. 24:245-53, 2006.

The expression of cerebellar LTD is required ERK1 / 2 instead of p38MAPK (Eur J Neurosci)2006.7.17

Ito-Ishida, A., Kakegawa, W., Yuzaki, M. ERK 1/2 but not p38 MAP kinase is essential for the long-term depression in mouse cerebellar slices. Eur. J. Neurosci. 24:1617-1622, 2006.

Analysis of new motifs essential for the delta receptor is localized to the spine 2 (J Biol Chem)2006.5.26

Matsuda, S., Matsuda, K., Yuzaki, M. A new moitf necessary and sufficient for stable localization of the delta2 glutamate receptors at postsynaptic spines. J Biol Chem, 281:17501-17509, 2006.

Analysis of protein expression in the brain of the family Cbln synapse formation factor (Eur J Neurosci)2006.5.26

Miura, E., Iijima, T., Yuzaki, M., Watanabe, M. Distinct expression of Cbln family mRNAs in developing and adult mouse brains. Eur. J. Neurosci. 24:750-760, 2006.

The new splice variant of the receptor-binding protein delta Lynn Hill 2 (J Biol Chem)2006.5.26

Matsuda,K., Matsuda, S., Gladding, CM, Yuzaki, M. Characterization of the delta2 glutamate receptor-binding protein delphilin: splicing variants with differential palmitoylation and an additional PDZ domain. J. Biol. Chem. 281:25577-25587, 2006.

Stress can deplete the mother-infant separation of transthyretin expression in the brain after maturation (Int J Neuropsychopharmacol)2006.4.6

Kohda K, Elsewhere With, Iwamoto K, Bundo M, Kato N, Kato T. Maternal separation stress drastically decreases expression of transthyretin in the brains of adult rat offspring.Int J Neuropsychopharmacol, 9:201-208, 2006.