Christos G. Gkogkas

University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Neuroscience, Translational Control
"Christos Gkogkas"
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Simbriger K, Amorim IS, Lach G, et al. (2020) Uncovering memory-related gene expression in contextual fear conditioning using ribosome profiling. Progress in Neurobiology. 101903
Atlasi Y, Jafarnejad SM, Gkogkas CG, et al. (2020) The translational landscape of ground state pluripotency. Nature Communications. 11: 1617
Hoang HD, Graber TE, Jia JJ, et al. (2019) Induction of an Alternative mRNA 5' Leader Enhances Translation of the Ciliopathy Gene Inpp5e and Resistance to Oncolytic Virus Infection. Cell Reports. 29: 4010-4023.e5
Kouloulia S, Hallin EI, Simbriger K, et al. (2019) Raptor-Mediated Proteasomal Degradation of Deamidated 4E-BP2 Regulates Postnatal Neuronal Translation and NF-κB Activity. Cell Reports. 29: 3620-3635.e7
Simbriger K, Amorim IS, Chalkiadaki K, et al. (2019) Monitoring translation in synaptic fractions using a ribosome profiling strategy. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 108456
Uttam S, Wong C, Amorim IS, et al. (2018) Translational profiling of dorsal root ganglia and spinal cord in a mouse model of neuropathic pain. Neurobiology of Pain (Elsevier, Inc.). 4: 35-44
Amorim IS, Lach G, Gkogkas CG. (2018) The Role of the Eukaryotic Translation Initiation Factor 4E (eIF4E) in Neuropsychiatric Disorders. Frontiers in Genetics. 9: 561
Jafarnejad SM, Chapat C, Matta-Camacho E, et al. (2018) Translational control of ERK signaling through miRNA/4EHP-directed silencing. Elife. 7
Silva Amorim I, Kedia S, Kouloulia S, et al. (2018) Loss of eIF4E phosphorylation engenders depression-like behaviors via selective mRNA translation. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Martin LJ, Smith SB, Khoutorsky A, et al. (2017) Epiregulin and EGFR interactions are involved in pain processing. The Journal of Clinical Investigation
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