Samuel Young, Phd

Max Planck Florida Institute, Jupiter, FL, United States 
Molecular mechanism of synaptic function
"Samuel Young"

Dr. Samuel M. Young, Jr. was most recently an Internal Research Group Leader (2008-2009) in the Department of Membrane Biophysics at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Goettingen, Germany.

He conducted his postdoctoral work at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (2000) in the Gene Therapy Center, at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the Salk Institute in La Jolla, California (2000-2004) in the Molecular Neurobiology Laboratories, and at the Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry in the Department of Membrane Biophysics (2004-2008).

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Radulovic T, Dong W, Goral RO, et al. (2020) Presynaptic development is controlled by the core active zone proteins CAST/ELKS. The Journal of Physiology
Thomas CI, Keine C, Okayama S, et al. (2019) Presynaptic mitochondria volume and abundance increase during development of a high-fidelity synapse. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Dong W, Xu M, Radulovic T, et al. (2019) CAST/ELKS regulates presynaptic morphology and calcium channel levels in a developing central synapse Ibro Reports. 6: S145
Lübbert M, Goral RO, Keine C, et al. (2018) Ca2.1 α Subunit Expression Regulates Presynaptic Ca2.1 Abundance and Synaptic Strength at a Central Synapse. Neuron
Dong W, Radulovic T, Goral RO, et al. (2018) CAST/ELKS Proteins Control Voltage-Gated Ca Channel Density and Synaptic Release Probability at a Mammalian Central Synapse. Cell Reports. 24: 284-293.e6
Durán E, Montes MÁ, Jemal I, et al. (2018) Synaptotagmin-7 controls the size of the reserve and resting pools of synaptic vesicles in hippocampal neurons. Cell Calcium. 74: 53-60
Chen C, Satterfield R, Young SM, et al. (2017) Triple Function of Synaptotagmin 7 Ensures Efficiency of High-Frequency Transmission at Central GABAergic Synapses. Cell Reports. 21: 2082-2089
Chen C, Arai I, Satterfield R, et al. (2017) Synaptotagmin 2 Is the Fast Ca(2+) Sensor at a Central Inhibitory Synapse. Cell Reports. 18: 723-736
Montesinos MS, Satterfield R, Young SM. (2016) Helper-Dependent Adenoviral Vectors and Their Use for Neuroscience Applications. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1474: 73-90
Montesinos MS, Dong W, Goff K, et al. (2015) Presynaptic Deletion of GIT Proteins Results in Increased Synaptic Strength at a Mammalian Central Synapse. Neuron. 88: 918-25
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