Stephen J. Moss

Tufts University, Boston 
GABA receptor
"Stephen Moss"
Mean distance: 13.35 (cluster 11)


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Lorena Arancibia grad student UCL
Nick Brandon grad student Wyeth Neuroscience
Ben Fairfax grad student University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
George H. Gorrie grad student University of Glasgow
Rochelle M. Hines grad student New England Medical (Tufts)
Josef T. Kittler grad student MRC Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology / UCL
Nobuyuki Kuramto grad student Setsunan University
Helene Marie grad student European Brain Institute
Kristina McAinsh grad student
Bernard McDonald grad student University of Maryland, College Park
Raquel Revilla-Sanchez grad student Penn
Richard Saliba grad student Penn
Stacey J. Sukoff Rizzo grad student UCL
Pamela Taylor grad student
Miho Terunuma grad student Penn
Mansi "Indian Princess" Vithlani grad student UCL
Matt Kelley grad student 2014- Tufts
Jon Hanley grad student 1995-1999 UCL London
Henry Lee grad student 2003-2008 Penn
Armen Matthew Abramian grad student 2010 Penn
Eydith Janice Comenencia-Ortiz grad student 2012 Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences (Tufts University)
Matt Borat Abramian grad student 2013 Penn
Fiona bedford post-doc University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Christopher N. Connolly post-doc University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Andres Couve post-doc University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Andrea Doumoulin post-doc University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Tija Jacob post-doc Penn
Jasmina Jovanovic post-doc London School of Pharmacy
Jasmina N Jovanovic post-doc Tufts University Sackler School of Biomedical Research
Guido Michels post-doc University of Cologne
Richard Morgan post-doc St. George's Hospital
Jayanta Mukherjee post-doc Penn
Jan Rathenberg post-doc
Rachel Jurd post-doc 2007- Penn
Sophie Restituito post-doc 2000-2004 University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Verena Tretter post-doc 2005-2007 Penn
Cho H. Chang-Hoon post-doc 2007-2008 Penn
Henry Lee post-doc 2009-2010 Tufts Medical School
Ross A. Cardarelli post-doc 2013-2017 Tufts


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Sudhir Sivakumaran collaborator 2013-2016 Tufts
Sudhir Sivakumaran collaborator 2013-2016 Tufts
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Vien TN, Ackley MA, Doherty JJ, et al. (2022) Preventing Phosphorylation of the GABA R β3 Subunit Compromises the Behavioral Effects of Neuroactive Steroids. Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience. 15: 817996
Hines DJ, Contreras A, Garcia B, et al. (2022) Human ARHGEF9 intellectual disability syndrome is phenocopied by a mutation that disrupts collybistin binding to the GABA receptor α2 subunit. Molecular Psychiatry
Kontou G, Josephine Ng SF, Cardarelli RA, et al. (2021) KCC2 is required for the survival of mature neurons but not for their development. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 100364
Smalley JL, Kontou G, Choi C, et al. (2020) Isolation and Characterization of Multi-Protein Complexes Enriched in the K-Cl Co-transporter 2 From Brain Plasma Membranes. Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience. 13: 563091
Althaus AL, Ackley MA, Belfort GM, et al. (2020) Preclinical characterization of zuranolone (SAGE-217), a selective neuroactive steroid GABA receptor positive allosteric modulator. Neuropharmacology. 108333
Nakamura Y, Morrow DH, Nathanson AJ, et al. (2020) Phosphorylation on Ser 359 of the α2 subunit in GABA type A receptors down-regulates their density at inhibitory synapses. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Li X, Terunuma M, Deeb TG, et al. (2020) Direct interaction of PP2A phosphatase with GABA receptors alters functional signaling. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Erli F, Palmos AB, Raval P, et al. (2020) Estradiol reverses excitatory synapse loss in a cellular model of neuropsychiatric disorders. Translational Psychiatry. 10: 16
Nathanson AJ, Davies PA, Moss SJ. (2019) Inhibitory Synapse Formation at the Axon Initial Segment. Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience. 12: 266
Chadchankar J, Korboukh V, Conway LC, et al. (2019) Inactive USP14 and inactive UCHL5 cause accumulation of distinct ubiquitinated proteins in mammalian cells. Plos One. 14: e0225145
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