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Skyler L. Jackman - Publications

Affiliations: 
2017 Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
 2017- Vollum Institute Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR 
Area:
synaptic physiology
Website:
http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/research/centers-institutes/vollum/faculty/skyler-jackman.cfm

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2020 Jackman SL, Chen CH, Offermann HL, Drew IR, Harrison BM, Bowman AM, Flick KM, Flaquer I, Regehr WG. Cerebellar Purkinje cell activity modulates aggressive behavior. Elife. 9. PMID 32343225 DOI: 10.7554/Elife.53229  1
2019 Jackman SL, Chen CH, Regehr WG. In Vivo Targeted Expression of Optogenetic Proteins Using Silk/AAV Films. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove. PMID 30882792 DOI: 10.3791/58728  1
2018 Jackman SL, Chen CH, Chettih SN, Neufeld SQ, Drew IR, Agba CK, Flaquer I, Stefano AN, Kennedy TJ, Belinsky JE, Roberston K, Beron CC, Sabatini BL, Harvey CD, Regehr WG. Silk Fibroin Films Facilitate Single-Step Targeted Expression of Optogenetic Proteins. Cell Reports. 22: 3351-3361. PMID 29562189 DOI: 10.1016/J.Celrep.2018.02.081  1
2017 Turecek J, Jackman SL, Regehr WG. Synaptotagmin 7 confers frequency invariance onto specialized depressing synapses. Nature. PMID 29088700 DOI: 10.1038/Nature24474  1
2017 Jackman SL, Regehr WG. The Mechanisms and Functions of Synaptic Facilitation. Neuron. 94: 447-464. PMID 28472650 DOI: 10.1016/J.Neuron.2017.02.047  1
2016 Turecek J, Jackman SL, Regehr WG. Synaptic Specializations Support Frequency-Independent Purkinje Cell Output from the Cerebellar Cortex. Cell Reports. 17: 3256-3268. PMID 28009294 DOI: 10.1016/J.Celrep.2016.11.081  1
2016 Jackman SL, Turecek J, Belinsky JE, Regehr WG. The calcium sensor synaptotagmin 7 is required for synaptic facilitation. Nature. 529: 88-91. PMID 26738595 DOI: 10.1038/Nature16507  1
2014 Jackman SL, Beneduce BM, Drew IR, Regehr WG. Achieving high-frequency optical control of synaptic transmission. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 7704-14. PMID 24872574 DOI: 10.1523/Jneurosci.4694-13.2014  1
2012 Mercer AJ, Szalewski RJ, Jackman SL, Van Hook MJ, Thoreson WB. Regulation of presynaptic strength by controlling Ca2+ channel mobility: effects of cholesterol depletion on release at the cone ribbon synapse. Journal of Neurophysiology. 107: 3468-78. PMID 22442573 DOI: 10.1152/Jn.00779.2011  1
2011 Bartoletti TM, Jackman SL, Babai N, Mercer AJ, Kramer RH, Thoreson WB. Release from the cone ribbon synapse under bright light conditions can be controlled by the opening of only a few Ca(2+) channels. Journal of Neurophysiology. 106: 2922-35. PMID 21880934 DOI: 10.1152/Jn.00634.2011  1
2011 Jackman SL, Babai N, Chambers JJ, Thoreson WB, Kramer RH. A positive feedback synapse from retinal horizontal cells to cone photoreceptors. Plos Biology. 9: e1001057. PMID 21559323 DOI: 10.1371/Journal.Pbio.1001057  1
2009 Jackman SL, Choi SY, Thoreson WB, Rabl K, Bartoletti TM, Kramer RH. Role of the synaptic ribbon in transmitting the cone light response. Nature Neuroscience. 12: 303-10. PMID 19219039 DOI: 10.1038/Nn.2267  1
2008 Choi SY, Jackman S, Thoreson WB, Kramer RH. Light regulation of Ca2+ in the cone photoreceptor synaptic terminal. Visual Neuroscience. 25: 693-700. PMID 19112656 DOI: 10.1017/S0952523808080814  1
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