Timal Saman Kannangara, Ph.D.

Cellular and Molecular Medicine University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada 
Synaptic Plasticity, Adult Neurogenesis, Stroke
"Timal Kannangara"
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Dhaliwal J, Kannangara TS, Vaculik M, et al. (2018) Adult hippocampal neurogenesis occurs in the absence of Presenilin 1 and Presenilin 2. Scientific Reports. 8: 17931
Kannangara TS, Carter A, Xue Y, et al. (2018) Excitable Adult-Generated GABAergic Neurons Acquire Functional Innervation in the Cortex after Stroke. Stem Cell Reports
Kannangara TS, Lagace DC. (2018) The Multi-pronged Regulation of Adult Neurogenesis by Forkhead Box O Family Members. Neuron. 99: 1099-1101
Gouveia A, Seegobin M, Kannangara TS, et al. (2017) The aPKC-CBP Pathway Regulates Post-stroke Neurovascular Remodeling and Functional Recovery. Stem Cell Reports. 9: 1735-1744
Kannangara TS, Eadie BD, Bostrom CA, et al. (2015) GluN2A-/- Mice Lack Bidirectional Synaptic Plasticity in the Dentate Gyrus and Perform Poorly on Spatial Pattern Separation Tasks. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 25: 2102-13
Kannangara TS, Bostrom CA, Ratzlaff A, et al. (2014) Deletion of the NMDA receptor GluN2A subunit significantly decreases dendritic growth in maturing dentate granule neurons. Plos One. 9: e103155
Kannangara TS, Bostrom CA, Ratzlaff A, et al. (2014) Intact rate of cell proliferation in the adult dentate gyrus of GluN2A−/− mice. Plos One
Petersen RP, Moradpour F, Eadie BD, et al. (2013) Electrophysiological identification of medial and lateral perforant path inputs to the dentate gyrus. Neuroscience. 252: 154-68
Eadie BD, Cushman J, Kannangara TS, et al. (2012) NMDA receptor hypofunction in the dentate gyrus and impaired context discrimination in adult Fmr1 knockout mice. Hippocampus. 22: 241-54
Kannangara TS, Lucero MJ, Gil-Mohapel J, et al. (2011) Running reduces stress and enhances cell genesis in aged mice. Neurobiology of Aging. 32: 2279-86
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