Transcriptional Regulation By Neuronal Activity: To The Nucleus And Back

Published on Jan 1, 2008
Serena M. Dudek33
Estimated H-index: 33
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Preface.- Transcriptional Regulation of Activity-Dependent Genes by Birdsong.- To the Nucleus with Proteomics.- Transcriptional Regulation of the Tbr1-CASK-CINAP Protein Complex in Response to Neuronal Activity.- Intracellular Calcium Waves Transmit Synaptic Information to the Nucleus in Hippocampal Pyramidal Neurons.- Role of Action Potentials in Regulating Gene Transcription: Relevance to LTP.- L-type Channel Regulation of Gene Expression.- CREB-Dependent Transcription and Synaptic Plasticity.- Activity-Dependent Regulation of Brain-derived neurotrophic factor Transcription.- Role of Signal-responsive Class IIa Histone Deacetylases in Regulating Neuronal Activity-dependent Gene Expression.- NFAT-Dependent Gene Expression in the Nervous System: A Critical Mediator of Neurotrophin-Induced Plasticity.- Activity-Dependent Bigenomic Transcriptional Regulation of Cytochrome c Oxidase in Neurons.- Not Just for Muscle Anymore: Activity and Calcium Regulation of MEF2-Dependent Transcription in Neuronal Survival and Differentiation.- Synaptic Growth and Transcriptional Regulation in Drosophila.- MMP-9/TIMP-1 extracellular proteolytic system as AP-1 target in response to neuronal activity.- Activity-dependent Gene Transcription in Neurons: Defining the Plasticity Transcriptome.- Transcriptional Mechanisms Underlying the Mammalian Circadian Clock.- Intersecting Genetics with Lifestyle: the Role of Exercise and Diet in Synaptic Plasticity and Cognitive Enhancement.- CREB Responsive Transcription and Memory Formation.- Dynamic Transcription of the Immediate-Early Gene Arc in Hippocampal Neuronal Networks: Insights into the Molecular and Cellular Bases of Memory Formation.- Index.
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