Przemyslaw Swiatkowski

Affiliations: 
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
Area:
Cypin and traumatic brain injury
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Federico Sesti research assistant 2011-2012 Rutgers
Bonnie L. Firestein grad student 2014- Rutgers
Long-Jun Wu grad student 2013-2014 Rutgers
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Swiatkowski P, Sewell E, Sweet ES, et al. (2018) Cypin: A novel target for traumatic brain injury. Neurobiology of Disease
Patel MV, Swiatkowski P, Kwon M, et al. (2018) A Novel Short Isoform of Cytosolic PSD-95 Interactor (Cypin) Regulates Neuronal Development. Molecular Neurobiology
Rodriguez A, O'Neill K, Swiatkowski P, et al. (2017) Overexpression of cypin alters dendrite morphology, single neuron activity, and network properties via distinct mechanisms. Journal of Neural Engineering
Swiatkowski P, Nikolaeva I, Kumar G, et al. (2017) Role of Akt-independent mTORC1 and GSK3β signaling in sublethal NMDA-induced injury and the recovery of neuronal electrophysiology and survival. Scientific Reports. 7: 1539
Hernandez K, Swiatkowski P, Patel MV, et al. (2016) Overexpression of Isoforms of Nitric Oxide Synthase 1 Adaptor Protein, Encoded by a Risk Gene for Schizophrenia, Alters Actin Dynamics and Synaptic Function. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 10: 6
Swiatkowski P, Murugan M, Eyo UB, et al. (2016) Activation of microglial P2Y12 receptor is required for outward potassium currents in response to neuronal injury. Neuroscience
Eyo UB, Peng J, Swiatkowski P, et al. (2014) Neuronal hyperactivity recruits microglial processes via neuronal NMDA receptors and microglial P2Y12 receptors after status epilepticus. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 10528-40
Swiatkowski P, Sesti F. (2013) Delayed pharyngeal repolarization promotes abnormal calcium buildup in aging muscle. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 433: 354-7
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