Thomas W. Abrams

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University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, United States 
Area:
Synaptic plasticity
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Abrams TW. (2012) Studies on Aplysia neurons suggest treatments for chronic human disorders. Current Biology : Cb. 22: R705-11
Wan Q, Jiang XY, Negroiu AM, et al. (2012) Protein kinase C acts as a molecular detector of firing patterns to mediate sensory gating in Aplysia. Nature Neuroscience. 15: 1144-52
Niu KY, Noyes NC, Abrams TW. (2012) Novel approach for generation of low calcium reagents for investigations of heavy metal effects on calcium signaling. Journal of Pharmacological and Toxicological Methods. 65: 122-5
Lin AH, Cohen JE, Wan Q, et al. (2010) Serotonin stimulation of cAMP-dependent plasticity in Aplysia sensory neurons is mediated by calmodulin-sensitive adenylyl cyclase. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 107: 15607-12
Abrams TW. (2010) Cyclic AMP (cAMP) Role in Learning and Memory Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. 265-277
Sossin WS, Abrams TW. (2009) Evolutionary conservation of the signaling proteins upstream of cyclic AMP-dependent kinase and protein kinase C in gastropod mollusks. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 74: 191-205
Gover TD, Abrams TW. (2009) Insights into a molecular switch that gates sensory neuron synapses during habituation in Aplysia. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 92: 155-65
Rankin CH, Abrams T, Barry RJ, et al. (2009) Habituation revisited: an updated and revised description of the behavioral characteristics of habituation. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 92: 135-8
Wan Q, Abrams TW. (2008) Trans-synaptic plasticity: presynaptic initiation, postsynaptic memory. Current Biology : Cb. 18: R220-3
Dumitriu B, Cohen JE, Wan Q, et al. (2006) Serotonin receptor antagonists discriminate between PKA- and PKC-mediated plasticity in aplysia sensory neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology. 95: 2713-20
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