Gabriel Horn

University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Neural plasticity, learning, development
"Gabriel Horn"

Professor of Zoology, University of Cambridge

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Solomonia RO, Kunelauri N, Mikautadze E, et al. (2011) Mitochondrial proteins, learning and memory: biochemical specialization of a memory system. Neuroscience. 194: 112-23
Solomonia RO, Apkhazava D, Nozadze M, et al. (2008) Different forms of MARCKS protein are involved in memory formation in the learning process of imprinting. Experimental Brain Research. 188: 323-30
Jackson C, McCabe BJ, Nicol AU, et al. (2008) Dynamics of a memory trace: effects of sleep on consolidation. Current Biology : Cb. 18: 393-400
Solomonia RO, Kotorashvili A, Kiguradze T, et al. (2005) Ca2+/calmodulin protein kinase II and memory: learning-related changes in a localized region of the domestic chick brain. The Journal of Physiology. 569: 643-53
Meredith RM, McCabe BJ, Kendrick KM, et al. (2004) Amino acid neurotransmitter release and learning: a study of visual imprinting. Neuroscience. 126: 249-56
Horn G. (2004) Pathways of the past: the imprint of memory. Nature Reviews. Neuroscience. 5: 108-20
Solomonia RO, Morgan K, Kotorashvili A, et al. (2003) Analysis of differential gene expression supports a role for amyloid precursor protein and a protein kinase C substrate (MARCKS) in long-term memory. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 17: 1073-81
McCabe BJ, Horn G, Kendrick KM. (2001) GABA, taurine and learning: release of amino acids from slices of chick brain following filial imprinting. Neuroscience. 105: 317-24
Horn G, Nicol AU, Brown MW. (2001) Tracking memory's trace. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 98: 5282-7
Solomonia RO, Kiguradze T, McCabe BJ, et al. (2000) Neural cell adhesion molecules, CaM kinase II and long-term memory in the chick. Neuroreport. 11: 3139-43
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