Paul L. Greer

Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
"Paul Greer"
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Michael E. Greenberg grad student 2002-2008 Harvard
 (Molecular mechanisms underlying synapse development: From axon guidance to synapse formation.)
Sandeep Robert Datta post-doc 2010- Harvard Medical School
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Wang IH, Murray E, Andrews G, et al. (2022) Spatial transcriptomic reconstruction of the mouse olfactory glomerular map suggests principles of odor processing. Nature Neuroscience. 25: 484-492
Greer PL, Bear DM, Lassance JM, et al. (2016) A Family of non-GPCR Chemosensors Defines an Alternative Logic for Mammalian Olfaction. Cell. 165: 1734-48
Persson L, Witt RM, Galligan M, et al. (2014) Shh-proteoglycan interactions regulate maturation of olfactory glomerular circuitry. Developmental Neurobiology. 74: 1255-67
Margolis SS, Salogiannis J, Lipton DM, et al. (2010) EphB-mediated degradation of the RhoA GEF Ephexin5 relieves a developmental brake on excitatory synapse formation. Cell. 143: 442-55
Greer PL, Hanayama R, Bloodgood BL, et al. (2010) The Angelman Syndrome protein Ube3A regulates synapse development by ubiquitinating arc. Cell. 140: 704-16
Greer PL, Zieg J, Greenberg ME. (2009) Activity-dependent transcription and disorders of human cognition. The American Journal of Psychiatry. 166: 14-5
Greer PL, Greenberg ME. (2008) From synapse to nucleus: calcium-dependent gene transcription in the control of synapse development and function. Neuron. 59: 846-60
Zieg J, Greer PL, Greenberg ME. (2008) SnapShot: Ca(2+)-dependent transcription in neurons. Cell. 134: 1080-1080.e2
Flavell SW, Cowan CW, Kim TK, et al. (2006) Activity-dependent regulation of MEF2 transcription factors suppresses excitatory synapse number. Science (New York, N.Y.). 311: 1008-12
Egea J, Nissen UV, Dufour A, et al. (2005) Regulation of EphA 4 kinase activity is required for a subset of axon guidance decisions suggesting a key role for receptor clustering in Eph function. Neuron. 47: 515-28
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