Derek Bowie

Affiliations: 
McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
Area:
AMPA & Kainate receptors, Neurodevelopment
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Martina D'Antoni grad student
Yuhao Yan grad student McGill
Mark Aurousseau grad student 2008- McGill
Patricia Brown grad student 2008- McGill
Michael V. Accardi grad student 2010- McGill
Brent Dawe grad student 2010- McGill
Ryan PD Alexander grad student 2014- McGill
Erik A. Larson grad student 2014- McGill
Marika Colombe Arsenault grad student 2016- McGill
Adamo Samuele Mancino grad student 2016- McGill
Amanda Marie Perozzo grad student 2017- McGill
Alexia Gene grad student 2019- McGill
Xin-tong Wang grad student 2019- McGill
Anne-Marie Louise Fay grad student 2003-2009 McGill
Ingrid K. Osswald grad student 2003-2011 McGill
David Malcolm MacLean grad student 2005-2011 McGill
Elizabeth Andrews grad student 2008-2012 McGill
Selin Neseliler grad student 2010-2012 McGill
Preethi Ravikumar grad student 2020-2025 McGill
Bryan A. Daniels post-doc McGill
Loïs Miraucourt post-doc McGill
Hugo McGuire post-doc 2015- McGill
Arjun A Bhaskaran post-doc 2020- McGill
Adrian YC Wong post-doc 2003-2007 McGill
Alba Galan post-doc 2005-2007 McGill
Mabel Chong post-doc 2008-2012 McGill
Joseph P. Nemargut post-doc 2012-2013 McGill
Aleksander Reginald Ebbeling research scientist McGill
Heika Silveira research scientist 2020-

Collaborators

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Fiona bedford collaborator 2007- McGill
Nicholas Moitessier collaborator 2007- McGill (Chemistry Tree)
Phil Barker collaborator 2008- McGill
Rikard Blunck collaborator 2008- Université de Montréal
Patrick Cossette collaborator 2008- Université de Montréal
Adriana Di Polo collaborator 2008- Université de Montréal
Philip Biggin collaborator 2011- Oxford
Jean-Marc Fritschy collaborator 2011- Universität Zürich
G David Lange collaborator 1997-2003 NICHD
John Marshall collaborator 2002-2003 Brown
Fiona bedford collaborator 2007-2011 McGill
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Farjami S, Alexander RPD, Bowie D, et al. (2020) Bursting in cerebellar stellate cells induced by pharmacological agents: Non-sequential spike adding. Plos Computational Biology. 16: e1008463
Alexander RPD, Bowie D. (2020) Intrinsic plasticity of cerebellar stellate cells is mediated by NMDA receptor regulation of voltage-gated Na channels. The Journal of Physiology
Larson EA, Accardi MV, Wang Y, et al. (2020) Nitric oxide signaling strengthens inhibitory synapses of cerebellar molecular layer interneurons through a GABARAP-dependent mechanism. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Farjami S, Alexander RPD, Bowie D, et al. (2020) Switching in Cerebellar Stellate Cell Excitability in Response to a Pair of Inhibitory/Excitatory Presynaptic Inputs: A Dynamical System Perspective. Neural Computation. 1-33
Alexander RPD, Mitry J, Sareen V, et al. (2019) Cerebellar stellate cell excitability is coordinated by shifts in the gating behavior of voltage-gated Na and A-type K channels. Eneuro
Dawe GB, Kadir MF, Venskutonytė R, et al. (2019) Nanoscale Mobility of the Apo State and TARP Stoichiometry Dictate the Gating Behavior of Alternatively Spliced AMPA Receptors. Neuron
Brown PMGE, McGuire H, Bowie D. (2017) Stargazin and cornichon-3 relieve polyamine block of AMPA receptors by enhancing blocker permeation. The Journal of General Physiology
Paramo T, Brown PMGE, Musgaard M, et al. (2017) Functional Validation of Heteromeric Kainate Receptor Models. Biophysical Journal
Liebsch F, Aurousseau MRP, Bethge T, et al. (2017) Full-length Cellular Beta-secretase Has a Trimeric Subunit Stoichiometry, and Its Sulfur-rich Transmembrane Interaction Site Modulates Cytosolic Copper Compartmentalization. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Krogsgaard-Larsen N, Delgar CG, Koch K, et al. (2016) Design and Synthesis of a Series of l-trans-4-Substituted Prolines as Selective Antagonists for the Ionotropic Glutamate Receptors Including Functional and X-ray Crystallographic Studies of New Subtype Selective Kainic Acid Receptor Subtype 1 (GluK1) Antagonist (2S,4R)-4-(2-Carboxyphenoxy)pyrrolidine-2-carboxylic Acid. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry
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