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Dr Noboru Komiyama

Senior Lecturer

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  2. Evolution of NMDA receptor cytoplasmic interaction domains: implications for organisation of synaptic signalling complexes

    Ryan, T. J., Emes, R. D., Grant, S. G. & Komiyama, N. H., 2008, In : BMC Neuroscience. 9, p. 6

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  3. Hierarchical organisation and genetically separable subfamilies of PSD95 postsynaptic supercomplexes

    Frank, R. A. W., Zhu, F., Komiyama, N. H. & Grant, S. G. N., 28 Apr 2017, In : Journal of Neurochemistry.

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  4. NMDA receptors are selectively partitioned into complexes and supercomplexes during synapse maturation

    Frank, R. A. W., Komiyama, N. H., Ryan, T. J., Zhu, F., O'Dell, T. J. & Grant, S. G. N., 27 Apr 2016, In : Nature Communications. 7, p. 11264

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  5. Novel MPDZ/MUPP1 transgenic and knockdown models confirm Mpdz's role in ethanol withdrawal and support its role in voluntary ethanol consumption

    Milner, L. C., Shirley, R. L., Kozell, L. B., Walter, N. A., Kruse, L. C., Komiyama, N. H., Grant, S. G. N. & Buck, K. J., Jan 2015, In : Addiction Biology. 20, 1, p. 143-147 5 p.

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  6. PSD95 nanoclusters are postsynaptic building blocks in hippocampus circuits

    Broadhead, M. J., Horrocks, M. H., Zhu, F., Muresan, L., Benavides-Piccione, R., DeFelipe, J., Fricker, D., Kopanitsa, M. V., Duncan, R. R., Klenerman, D., Komiyama, N. H., Lee, S. F. & Grant, S. G. N., 25 Apr 2016, In : Scientific Reports. 6, p. 24626

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  7. Specific deletion of focal adhesion kinase suppresses tumor formation and blocks malignant progression

    McLean, G. W., Komiyama, N. H., Serrels, B., Asano, H., Reynolds, L., Conti, F., Hodivala-Dilke, K., Metzger, D., Chambon, P., Grant, S. G. N. & Frame, M. C., 15 Dec 2004, In : Genes & Development. 18, 24, p. 2998-3003 6 p.

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  8. Standardised experiments in mutant mice reveal behavioural similarity on 129S5 and C57BL/6J backgrounds

    van de Lagemaat, L. N., Stanford, L. E., Pettit, C., Strathdee, D. J., Strathdee, K. E., Elsegood, K. A., Fricker, D. G., Croning, M. D. R., Komiyama, N. H. & Grant, S. G. N., 25 Nov 2016, In : Genes, Brain and Behavior.

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  9. SynGAP regulates ERK/MAPK signaling, synaptic plasticity, and learning in the complex with postsynaptic density 95 and NMDA receptor

    Komiyama, N. H., Watabe, A. M., Carlisle, H. J., Porter, K., Charlesworth, P., Monti, J., Strathdee, D. J. C., O'Carroll, C. M., Martin, S. J., Morris, R. G. M., O'Dell, T. J. & Grant, S. G. N., 15 Nov 2002, In : Journal of Neuroscience. 22, 22, p. 9721-32 12 p.

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  10. Synapse-associated protein 102/dlgh3 couples the NMDA receptor to specific plasticity pathways and learning strategies

    Cuthbert, P. C., Stanford, L. E., Coba, M. P., Ainge, J. A., Fink, A. E., Opazo, P., Delgado, J. Y., Komiyama, N. H., O'Dell, T. J. & Grant, S. G. N., 7 Mar 2007, In : Journal of Neuroscience. 27, 10, p. 2673-82 10 p.

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  11. Synaptic scaffold evolution generated components of vertebrate cognitive complexity

    Nithianantharajah, J., Komiyama, N., McKechanie, A., Johnstone, M., Blackwood, D. H., Clair, D. S., Emes, R. D., van de Lagemaat, L. N., Saksida, L. M., Bussey, T. J. & Grant, S. G. N., Jan 2013, In : Nature Neuroscience. 16, 1, p. 16-24 9 p.

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  12. TNiK Is Required for Postsynaptic and Nuclear Signaling Pathways and Cognitive Function

    Coba, M. P., Komiyama, N. H., Nithianantharajah, J., Kopanitsa, M. V., Indersmitten, T., Skene, N. G., Tuck, E. J., Fricker, D. G., Elsegood, K. A., Stanford, L. E., Afinowi, N. O., Saksida, L. M., Bussey, T. J., O'Dell, T. J. & Grant, S. G. N., 3 Oct 2012, In : Journal of Neuroscience. 32, 40, p. 13987-13999 13 p.

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  13. The Subtype of GluN2 C-terminal Domain Determines the Response to Excitotoxic Insults

    Martel, M-A., Ryan, T. J., Bell, K. F. S., Fowler, J. H., McMahon, A., Al-Mubarak, B., Komiyama, N., Horsburgh, K., Kind, P. C., Grant, S. G. N., Wyllie, D. J. A. & Hardingham, G. E., May 2012, In : Neuron. 74, 3, p. 543-556 14 p.

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  14. The developmental shift of NMDA receptor composition proceeds independently of GluN2 subunit-specific GluN2 C-terminal sequences

    Mckay, S., Ryan, T. J., Mcqueen, J., Indersmitten, T., Marwick, K., Hasel, P., Kopanitsa, M. V., Baxter, P., Martel, M-A., Kind, P., Wyllie, D., O'Dell, T. J., Grant, S., Hardingham, G. & Komiyama, N., 23 Oct 2018, In : Cell Reports. 25, 4, p. 841-851.e4

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