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Glutamatergic transmission: old questions, new challenges
Co-sponsored: Nihon Millipore K.K.

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開催日
2010年09月02日(木)
時 間
08:30 - 11:00
会 場
Room 5
Chairperson(s)
Susumu Tomita (Department of Cellular and Molecular Physiology Yale University School of Medicine)
Haruhiko Bito (Department of Neurochemistry, University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Medicine)

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Synaptic transmission regulated by auxiliary subunits of ionotropic glutamate receptors

演題番号 : S1-5-1-1

Susumu Tomita:1 

1:CNNR, Department of Cellular and Molecular Physiology, Yale University School of Medicine 

Synaptic transmission regulated by auxiliary subunits of ionotropic glutamate receptors
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Regulation of NMDA receptor trafficking

演題番号 : S1-5-1-2

Katherine Roche:1 

1:Receptor Biology Section/NINDS, National Institutes of Health 

Regulation of NMDA receptor trafficking
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The consequences of chronic activity and inactivity on neuronal form and function

演題番号 : S1-5-1-3

Roger Nicoll:1 Carleton P. Goold:1 Wei Lu:1 

1:Department of Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology, UCSF 

The consequences of chronic activity and inactivity on neuronal form and function
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AMPA receptor auxiliary subunits to specify neuropharmacology and synapticplasticity

演題番号 : S1-5-1-4

David Bredt:1 Akihiko S. Kato:1 Martin B. Gill:1 

1:Neuroscience Discovery and Clinical Investigation, Eli Lilly 

AMPA receptor auxiliary subunits to specify neuropharmacology and synapticplasticity
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Establishment and function of postsynaptic signaling complexes

演題番号 : S1-5-1-5

Andres Villu Maricq:1 

1:Department of Biology, University of Utah 

Establishment and function of postsynaptic signaling complexes
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Signaling from the synapse to the nucleus and back to the synapse

演題番号 : S1-5-1-6

Haruhiko Bito:1 Takashi Kawashima:1 Masatoshi Inoue:1 Nan Yagishita-Kyo:1 Mio Nonaka:1 Hajime Fujii:1 Hiroyuki Okuno:1 

1:Dept Neurochem, Univ of Tokyo Grad Sch Med, Tokyo 

Signaling from the synapse to the nucleus and back to the synapse
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