William L. Coleman

Biological Sciences Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, United States 
Presynaptic Vesicle Cycling, Short-term Synaptic Plasticity, Auditory Neurophysiology
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Maria Bykhovskaia grad student 2003-2009 Lehigh University
 (Synapsin II and Rab3a are dynamic regulators of vesicle cycling in mouse motor endplates.)
R. Michael Burger post-doc 2009- Lehigh University
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Tabor KM, Coleman WL, Rubel EW, et al. (2012) Tonotopic organization of the superior olivary nucleus in the chicken auditory brainstem. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 520: 1493-508
Coleman WL, Fischl MJ, Weimann SR, et al. (2011) GABAergic and glycinergic inhibition modulate monaural auditory response properties in the avian superior olivary nucleus. Journal of Neurophysiology. 105: 2405-20
Coleman WL, Bykhovskaia M. (2010) Cooperative regulation of neurotransmitter release by Rab3a and synapsin II. Molecular and Cellular Neurosciences. 44: 190-200
Coleman WL, Bykhovskaia M. (2009) Rab3a-mediated vesicle recruitment regulates short-term plasticity at the mouse diaphragm synapse. Molecular and Cellular Neurosciences. 41: 286-96
Coleman WL, Bykhovskaia M. (2009) Synapsin I accelerates the kinetics of neurotransmitter release in mouse motor terminals. Synapse (New York, N.Y.). 63: 531-3
Coleman WL, Bill CA, Simsek-Duran F, et al. (2008) Synapsin II and calcium regulate vesicle docking and the cross-talk between vesicle pools at the mouse motor terminals. The Journal of Physiology. 586: 4649-73
Coleman WL, Bill CA, Bykhovskaia M. (2007) Rab3a deletion reduces vesicle docking and transmitter release at the mouse diaphragm synapse. Neuroscience. 148: 1-6
Samigullin D, Bill CA, Coleman WL, et al. (2004) Regulation of transmitter release by synapsin II in mouse motor terminals. The Journal of Physiology. 561: 149-58
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