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The Ret receptor regulates sensory neuron dendrite growth and integrin mediated adhesion
Peter Soba et al.
A cell surface receptor called Ret enables neurons to establish and maintain the organized arrays of dendrites that support communication between neurons.
Low FoxO expression in
somatosensory neurons protects dendrite growth under nutrient restriction
Amy R Poe et al.
The development of
somatosensory neurons is spared under nutrient deficiency so that they grow more dendrites and make animals more sensitive to environmental stimuli.
Dendritic mitochondria reach stable positions during circuit development
Michelle C Faits et al.
Mitochondria reach stable positions in dendrites during a critical developmental period of high motility.
Specific depletion of the motor protein KIF5B leads to deficits in dendritic transport, synaptic plasticity and memory
Junjun Zhao et al.
Two homologous kinesin motors, KIF5A and KIF5B, have distinct functions in dendritic spine morphogenesis, and KIF5B plays a role in synaptic plasticity and memory.
MicroRNA-9 controls dendritic development by targeting REST
Sebastian A Giusti et al.
Conditional transgenic miR-9 sponge mice exhibit developmental defects in dendrite growth due to up-regulation of the transcriptional repressor REST.
Dendritic osmosensors modulate activity-induced calcium influx in oxytocinergic magnocellular neurons of the mouse PVN
Wanhui Sheng et al.
Activity-induced dendritic calcium influx in oxytocinergic magnocellular neurons can be robustly modulated by a highly diverse set of stimuli acting on distinct types of ion channels expressed along the dendritic membrane.
The unfolded protein response is required for dendrite morphogenesis
Xing Wei et al.
The unfolded protein response regulates neuronal dendrite morphogenesis by controlling the folding of a transmembrane leucine-rich repeat (LRR) protein.
Electrical and Ca
signaling in dendritic spines of substantia nigra dopaminergic neurons
Travis A Hage et al.
Dopaminergic cells uniquely receive input from a roughly equal mixture of synapses on dendritic spines and synapses formed directly on dendrites.
spikes enable cortical input to drive action potential output from hippocampal CA2 pyramidal neurons
Qian Sun et al.
In the hippocampus, dendritic Na
spikes are required for signals from the entorhinal cortex to drive action potentials in CA2-but not CA1 or CA3-pyramidal neurons.
Data-driven reduction of dendritic morphologies with preserved dendro-somatic responses
Willem AM Wybo et al.
A flexible and accurate methodology to fit reduced compartmental models to dendritic morphologies shows that models with very few compartments can capture many dendritic computations.
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