Hisashi Umemori

Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
Synapse formation
"Hisashi Umemori"
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Yasuda M, Nagappan-Chettiar S, Johnson-Venkatesh EM, et al. (2021) An activity-dependent determinant of synapse elimination in the mammalian brain. Neuron
Li T, Chiou B, Gilman CK, et al. (2020) A splicing isoform of GPR56 mediates microglial synaptic refinement via phosphatidylserine binding. The Embo Journal. e104136
Luo L, Ambrozkiewicz MC, Benseler F, et al. (2020) Optimizing Nervous System-Specific Gene Targeting with Cre Driver Lines: Prevalence of Germline Recombination and Influencing Factors. Neuron
Lehrman EK, Wilton DK, Litvina EY, et al. (2018) CD47 Protects Synapses from Excess Microglia-Mediated Pruning during Development. Neuron. 100: 120-134.e6
Nagappan-Chettiar S, Johnson-Venkatesh EM, Umemori H. (2018) Tyrosine phosphorylation of the transmembrane protein SIRPα: Sensing synaptic activity and regulating ectodomain cleavage for synapse maturation. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Terauchi A, Gavin E, Wilson J, et al. (2017) Selective Inactivation of Fibroblast Growth Factor 22 (FGF22) in CA3 Pyramidal Neurons Impairs Local Synaptogenesis and Affective Behavior Without Affecting Dentate Neurogenesis. Frontiers in Synaptic Neuroscience. 9: 17
Mathew RS, Tatarakis A, Rudenko A, et al. (2016) Inhibition of memory by a microRNA negative feedback loop that downregulates SNARE-mediated vesicle transport. Elife. 5
Hu HT, Umemori H, Hsueh YP. (2016) Postsynaptic SDC2 induces transsynaptic signaling via FGF22 for bidirectional synaptic formation. Scientific Reports. 6: 33592
Williams AJ, Yee P, Smith MC, et al. (2016) Deletion of Fibroblast Growth Factor 22 (FGF22) causes a depression-like phenotype in adult mice. Behavioural Brain Research
Johnson-Venkatesh EM, Khan MN, Murphy GG, et al. (2015) Excitability governs neural development in a hippocampal region specific manner. Development (Cambridge, England)
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