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Leucine-rich repeat transmembrane proteins are essential for maintenance of long-term potentiation
Neuron, Volume 79, Issue 3, 7 August 2013, Pages 439-446
Gilberto J. Soler-Llavina, Pamela Arstikaitis, Wade Morishita, Mohiuddin Ahmad, Thomas C. Südhof, Robert C. Malenka

Presynaptic neurexin-3 alternative splicing trans-synaptically controls postsynaptic AMPA receptor trafficking
Cell
Volume 154, Issue 13 July 2013,Pages 75-88
Jason Aoto, David C. Martinelli, Robert C. Malenka, Katsuhiko Tabuchi, Thomas C. Südhof

Autism-associated neuroligin-3 mutations commonly disrupt tonic endocannabinoid signaling
Neuron
Volume 78, Issue 38 May 2013,Pages 498-509
Csaba Földy, Robert C. Malenka, Thomas C. Südhof

A Complexin/Synaptotagmin 1 Switch Controls Fast Synaptic Vesicle Exocytosis
Cell
Volume 126, Issue 622 September 2006Pages 1175-1187
Jiong Tang, Anton Maximov, Ok-Ho Shin, Han Dai, Josep Rizo, Thomas C. Südhof

Neuroligins Determine Synapse Maturation and Function
Neuron, 2006, 51(6), 741-754, Varoqueaux, F.a, Aramuni, G.b, Rawson, R.L.a, Mohrmann, R.cd, Missler, M.bef, Gottmann, K.acg, Zhang, W.b, Südhof, T.C.e , Brose, N.

α-Synuclein cooperates with CSPα in preventing neurodegeneration
Cell, Volume 123, Issue 3, 4 November 2005, Pages 383-396
Sreeganga Chandra, Gilbert Gallardo, Rafael Fernández-Chacón, Oliver M. Schlüter, Thomas C. Südhof

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