Alma Rodenas-Ruano

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Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, New York, United States 
Area:
Developmental Neuroscience
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Ben-Simon Y, Rodenas-Ruano A, Alviña K, et al. (2015) A Combined Optogenetic-Knockdown Strategy Reveals a Major Role of Tomosyn in Mossy Fiber Synaptic Plasticity. Cell Reports. 12: 396-404
Ben-Simon Y, Rodenas-Ruano A, Alviña K, et al. (2015) A Combined Optogenetic-Knockdown Strategy Reveals a Major Role of Tomosyn in Mossy Fiber Synaptic Plasticity Cell Reports. 12: 396-404
Chávez AE, Hernández VM, Rodenas-Ruano A, et al. (2014) Compartment-specific modulation of GABAergic synaptic transmission by TRPV1 channels in the dentate gyrus. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 16621-9
Rodenas-Ruano A, Chávez AE, Cossio MJ, et al. (2012) REST-dependent epigenetic remodeling promotes the developmental switch in synaptic NMDA receptors. Nature Neuroscience. 15: 1382-90
Lau CG, Takayasu Y, Rodenas-Ruano A, et al. (2010) SNAP-25 is a target of protein kinase C phosphorylation critical to NMDA receptor trafficking. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 30: 242-54
Lau CG, Takeuchi K, Rodenas-Ruano A, et al. (2009) Regulation of NMDA receptor Ca2+ signalling and synaptic plasticity. Biochemical Society Transactions. 37: 1369-74
Yang Y, Takeuchi K, Rodenas-Ruano A, et al. (2009) Developmental switch in requirement for PKA RIIbeta in NMDA-receptor-dependent synaptic plasticity at Schaffer collateral to CA1 pyramidal cell synapses. Neuropharmacology. 56: 56-65
Rodenas-Ruano A, Perez-Pinzon MA, Green EJ, et al. (2006) Distinct roles for ephrinB3 in the formation and function of hippocampal synapses. Developmental Biology. 292: 34-45
Howard MA, Rodenas-Ruano A, Henkemeyer M, et al. (2003) Eph receptor deficiencies lead to altered cochlear function. Hearing Research. 178: 118-30
Fernandez-Valle C, Tang Y, Ricard J, et al. (2002) Paxillin binds schwannomin and regulates its density-dependent localization and effect on cell morphology. Nature Genetics. 31: 354-62
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