Jeanne T Paz

University of California at San Francisco and Gladstone Institutes 
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Das M, Mao W, Voskobiynyk Y, et al. (2023) Alzheimer risk-increasing TREM2 variant causes aberrant cortical synapse density and promotes network hyperexcitability in mouse models. Neurobiology of Disease. 106263
Lindquist BE, Voskobiynyk Y, Goodspeed K, et al. (2023) Patient-derived SLC6A1 variant S295L results in an epileptic phenotype similar to haploinsufficient mice. Epilepsia
Lindquist BE, Timbie C, Voskobiynyk Y, et al. (2023) Thalamocortical circuits in generalized epilepsy: Pathophysiologic mechanisms and therapeutic targets. Neurobiology of Disease. 181: 106094
Han RT, Vainchtein ID, Schlachetzki JCM, et al. (2022) Microglial pattern recognition via IL-33 promotes synaptic refinement in developing corticothalamic circuits in mice. The Journal of Experimental Medicine. 220
Cho FS, Vainchtein ID, Voskobiynyk Y, et al. (2022) Enhancing GAT-3 in thalamic astrocytes promotes resilience to brain injury in rodents. Science Translational Medicine. 14: eabj4310
Necula D, Cho FS, He A, et al. (2021) Secondary thalamic neuroinflammation after focal cortical stroke and traumatic injury mirrors corticothalamic functional connectivity. The Journal of Comparative Neurology
Holden SS, Grandi FC, Aboubakr O, et al. (2021) Complement factor C1q mediates sleep spindle loss and epileptic spikes after mild brain injury. Science (New York, N.Y.). 373: eabj2685
Hoseini MS, Higashikubo B, Cho FS, et al. (2021) Gamma rhythms and visual information in mouse V1 specifically modulated by somatostatin neurons in reticular thalamus. Elife. 10
Pai EL, Chen J, Fazel Darbandi S, et al. (2020) and control mouse pallial interneuron fate and maturation through neuropsychiatric disease gene regulation. Elife. 9
Pai EL, Vogt D, Clemente-Perez A, et al. (2019) Mafb and c-Maf Have Prenatal Compensatory and Postnatal Antagonistic Roles in Cortical Interneuron Fate and Function. Cell Reports. 26: 1157-1173.e5
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