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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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Delta2 グルタミン酸 受容 体 の (细胞) 内 と 外 (Cerebellum, Symposium review2011.11.15
Yuzaki M. The Ins and Outs of GluD2-Why and How Purkinje cells Use the Delta Glutamate Receptor.
Cerebellum, 11: 438-439, 2012.

Deltaグルタミン酸受容体とは (Encyclopedia of Signaling Molecules, review) 2011.11.15
Kohda K, Kakegawa W, Yuzaki M. Delta Glutamate Receptor. In: Encyclopedia of Signaling Molecules (Choi S. and), Springer, New York, 2012.

Cbln1とは (Encyclopedia of Signaling Molecules, review) 2011.11.15
Matsuda K, Yuzaki M. Cbln1. In: Encyclopedia of Signaling Molecules (Choi S. and), Springer, New York, 2012.


AP-4とは (Encyclopedia of Signaling Molecules, review) 2011.11.15
Matsuda S, Yuzaki M. Adaptor Protein Complex-4. In: Encyclopedia of Signaling Molecules (Choi S. and), Springer, New York, 2012.

D-amino acids in the brain understand the mechanism of motor learning and memory by serine (Nature Neuroscience) 2011.4.1
Kakegawa W, Miyoshi Y, Hamase, C, Matsuda S, Matsuda K, Kohda K, Emi K, Motohashi J, Konno R, The Zaitsu, Yuzaki M. D-Serine regulates cerebellar LTD and motor coordination through the delta2 glutamate receptor. Nature Neurosci 14:603–611, 2011.

Cross-plasticity modal is caused by serotonin (Neuron.) 2011.2.23

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With Jitsuki, Takemoto K, Kawasaki T, Then H, Takahashi A, Becamel C, Sano A, Yuzaki M, Zukin RS, Ziff EB, Kessels HW, Takahashi T. Serotonin mediates cross-modal reorganization of cortical circuits. Neuron. 69:780-92, 2011.


Molecular mechanisms of synapse formation and maintenance Cbln1 and its family (Curr Opin Neurobiol, invited review) 2011.1.29
Yuzaki M. Cbln1 and its family proteins in synapse formation and maintenance. Curr Opin Neurobiol 21:215-220, 2011.

the EJN most cited papers (Eur J Neurosci) 2011.1.26
Matsuda K, Yuzaki M. Cbln family proteins promote synapse formation by regulating distinct neurexin signaling pathways in various brain regions. Eur J Neurosci 33: 1447-1461, 2011.

Eyeblink conditioning protocol for the determination of a new rapid cerebellar motor learning capability (has been accepted by Neurochem Res) 2011.1.14
Emi K, Kohda K, Kakegawa W, Narumi S, Yuzaki M.
A New Rapid Protocol for Eyeblink Conditioning to Assess Cerebellar Motor Learning. has been accepted by Neurochem Res. 36: 1314-1322, 2011.