Thomas Launey

Affiliations: 
RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Wakō-shi, Saitama-ken, Japan 
Area:
cerebellum, plasticity
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Iannella N, Launey T. (2017) Modulating STDP Balance Impacts the Dendritic Mosaic. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 11: 42
Chimura T, Launey T, Yoshida N. (2015) Calpain-Mediated Degradation of Drebrin by Excitotoxicity In vitro and In vivo. Plos One. 10: e0125119
Sur S, Guler MO, Webber MJ, et al. (2014) Synergistic regulation of cerebellar Purkinje neuron development by laminin epitopes and collagen on an artificial hybrid matrix construct. Biomaterials Science. 2: 903-914
Iannella N, Launey T, Abbott D, et al. (2014) A nonlinear cable framework for bidirectional synaptic plasticity. Plos One. 9: e102601
Kratz A, Beguin P, Kaneko M, et al. (2014) Digital expression profiling of the compartmentalized translatome of Purkinje neurons. Genome Research. 24: 1396-410
Béguin P, Nagashima K, Mahalakshmi RN, et al. (2014) BARP suppresses voltage-gated calcium channel activity and Ca2+-evoked exocytosis. The Journal of Cell Biology. 205: 233-49
Sur S, Pashuck ET, Guler MO, et al. (2012) A hybrid nanofiber matrix to control the survival and maturation of brain neurons. Biomaterials. 33: 545-55
Kulagina IB, Launey T, Kukushka VI, et al. (2012) Conversion of electrical and synaptic actions into impulse discharge patterns in Purkinje neurons with active dendrites: A simulation study Neurophysiology. 44: 187-200
Chimura T, Launey T, Ito M. (2011) Evolutionarily conserved bias of amino-acid usage refines the definition of PDZ-binding motif. Bmc Genomics. 12: 300
Iannella NL, Launey T, Tanaka S. (2010) Spike timing-dependent plasticity as the origin of the formation of clustered synaptic efficacy engrams. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 4
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