Carlos G. Dotti

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Vlaanderen, Belgium 
"Carlos Dotti"
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Martín-Segura A, Ahmed T, Casadomé-Perales Á, et al. (2019) Age-associated cholesterol reduction triggers brain insulin resistance by facilitating ligand-independent receptor activation and pathway desensitization. Aging Cell. e12932
Knafo S, Sánchez-Puelles C, Palomer E, et al. (2016) PTEN recruitment controls synaptic and cognitive function in Alzheimer's models. Nature Neuroscience
Pasciuto E, Ahmed T, Wahle T, et al. (2015) Dysregulated ADAM10-Mediated Processing of APP during a Critical Time Window Leads to Synaptic Deficits in Fragile X Syndrome. Neuron. 87: 382-98
Brachet A, Norwood S, Brouwers JF, et al. (2015) LTP-triggered cholesterol redistribution activates Cdc42 and drives AMPA receptor synaptic delivery. The Journal of Cell Biology. 208: 791-806
Schulz JG, Laranjeira A, Van Huffel L, et al. (2015) Glial β-oxidation regulates Drosophila energy metabolism. Scientific Reports. 5: 7805
Gärtner A, Fornasiero EF, Dotti CG. (2015) Cadherins as regulators of neuronal polarity. Cell Adhesion & Migration. 9: 175-82
Trovò L, Stroobants S, D'Hooge R, et al. (2015) Improvement of biochemical and behavioral defects in the Niemann-Pick type A mouse by intraventricular infusion of MARCKS. Neurobiology of Disease. 73: 319-26
Pasciuto E, Ahmed T, Wahle T, et al. (2015) Errata to Dysregulated ADAM10-Mediated Processing of APP during a Critical Time Window Leads to SynapticDeficits in Fragile X Syndrome [Neuron, 87, (2015), 382-398] Neuron. 87: 908
La Fata G, Gärtner A, Domínguez-Iturza N, et al. (2014) FMRP regulates multipolar to bipolar transition affecting neuronal migration and cortical circuitry. Nature Neuroscience. 17: 1693-700
Martín MG, Pfrieger F, Dotti CG. (2014) Cholesterol in brain disease: sometimes determinant and frequently implicated. Embo Reports. 15: 1036-52
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