Wade Morishita

Affiliations: 
Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, CA, United States 
Area:
Hippocampus,cerebellum, LTP, LTD, plasticity
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Díaz-Alonso J, Morishita W, Incontro S, et al. (2020) Long-term potentiation is independent of the C-tail of the GluA1 AMPA receptor subunit. Elife. 9
Venkatesh HS, Morishita W, Geraghty AC, et al. (2019) Electrical and synaptic integration of glioma into neural circuits. Nature
Wu X, Morishita WK, Riley AM, et al. (2019) Neuroligin-1 Signaling Controls LTP and NMDA Receptors by Distinct Molecular Pathways. Neuron
Bhouri M, Morishita W, Temkin P, et al. (2018) Deletion of in adult mice impairs basal AMPA receptor transmission and LTP in hippocampal CA1 pyramidal neurons. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Temkin P, Morishita W, Goswami D, et al. (2017) The Retromer Supports AMPA Receptor Trafficking During LTP. Neuron. 94: 74-82.e5
Wu D, Bacaj T, Morishita W, et al. (2017) Postsynaptic synaptotagmins mediate AMPA receptor exocytosis during LTP. Nature
Babiec WE, Guglietta R, Jami SA, et al. (2014) Ionotropic NMDA receptor signaling is required for the induction of long-term depression in the mouse hippocampal CA1 region. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 5285-90
Bacaj T, Wu D, Yang X, et al. (2013) Synaptotagmin-1 and synaptotagmin-7 trigger synchronous and asynchronous phases of neurotransmitter release. Neuron. 80: 947-59
Soler-Llavina GJ, Arstikaitis P, Morishita W, et al. (2013) Leucine-rich repeat transmembrane proteins are essential for maintenance of long-term potentiation. Neuron. 79: 439-46
Xu W, Morishita W, Buckmaster PS, et al. (2012) Distinct neuronal coding schemes in memory revealed by selective erasure of fast synchronous synaptic transmission. Neuron. 73: 990-1001
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