Ruth Heidelberger

University of Texas Houston 
synaptic physiology, vision
"Ruth Heidelberger"
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Campbell JR, Li H, Wang Y, et al. (2020) Phosphorylation of the Retinal Ribbon Synapse Specific t-SNARE Protein Syntaxin3B Is Regulated by Light via a Ca-Dependent Pathway. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 14: 587072
Hays CL, Grassmeyer JJ, Wen X, et al. (2019) Simultaneous Release of Multiple Vesicles from Rods Involves Synaptic Ribbons and Syntaxin 3B. Biophysical Journal
Sanchez E, Gonzalez EA, Moreno DS, et al. (2018) Syntaxin 3, but not Syntaxin 4, is required for mast cell regulated exocytosis, where it plays a primary role mediating compound exocytosis. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Gutierrez BA, Chavez MA, Rodarte AI, et al. (2018) Munc18-2, but not Munc18-1 or Munc18-3, controls compound and single-vesicle regulated exocytosis in mast cells. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Rodarte EM, Ramos MA, Davalos AJ, et al. (2017) Munc13 proteins control regulated exocytosis in mast cells. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Datta P, Gilliam J, Thoreson WB, et al. (2017) Two Pools of Vesicles Associated with Synaptic Ribbons are Molecularly Prepared for Release. Biophysical Journal
Liu X, Heidelberger R, Janz R. (2014) Phosphorylation of syntaxin 3B by CaMKII regulates the formation of t-SNARE complexes. Molecular and Cellular Neurosciences. 60: 53-62
Heidelberger R, Shouval H, Zucker RS, et al. (2014) Synaptic Plasticity From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience: Third Edition. 533-561
Wan QF, Nixon E, Heidelberger R. (2012) Regulation of presynaptic calcium in a mammalian synaptic terminal. Journal of Neurophysiology. 108: 3059-67
Frazão R, McMahon DG, Schunack W, et al. (2011) Histamine elevates free intracellular calcium in mouse retinal dopaminergic cells via H1-receptors. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 52: 3083-8
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