Jacques I. Wadiche

Affiliations: 
University of Alabama, Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, United States 
Area:
glutamate transporters, synaptic transmission
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Luke Coddington grad student UAB
Ming-Chi Tsai grad student 2006-2012 UAB
Stephanie Rudolph grad student 2007-2012 UAB
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Vaden RJ, Gonzalez JC, Tsai MC, et al. (2020) Parvalbumin interneurons provide spillover to newborn and mature dentate granule cells. Elife. 9
Vaden JH, Banumurthy G, Gusarevich ES, et al. (2019) The readily-releasable pool dynamically regulates multivesicular release. Elife. 8
Pieper A, Rudolph S, Wieser GL, et al. (2019) NeuroD2 controls inhibitory circuit formation in the molecular layer of the cerebellum. Scientific Reports. 9: 1448
Gonzalez JC, Epps SA, Markwardt SJ, et al. (2018) Constitutive and synaptic activation of GIRK channels differentiates mature and newborn dentate granule cells. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Nietz AK, Vaden JH, Coddington LT, et al. (2017) Non-synaptic signaling from cerebellar climbing fibers modulates Golgi cell activity. Elife. 6
Adlaf EW, Vaden RJ, Niver AJ, et al. (2017) Adult-born neurons modify excitatory synaptic transmission to existing neurons. Elife. 6
Dieni CV, Panichi R, Aimone JB, et al. (2016) Low excitatory innervation balances high intrinsic excitability of immature dentate neurons. Nature Communications. 7: 11313
Erlenhardt N, Yu H, Abiraman K, et al. (2016) Porcupine Controls Hippocampal AMPAR Levels, Composition, and Synaptic Transmission. Cell Reports
Rudolph S, Tsai MC, von Gersdorff H, et al. (2015) The ubiquitous nature of multivesicular release. Trends in Neurosciences. 38: 428-38
Wadiche JI, Overstreet-Wadiche L. (2015) New neurons don't talk back. Neuron. 85: 3-5
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