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Prof Seth Grant

Personal Chair of Molecular Neuroscience

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  2. NMDA receptor subunits and associated signaling molecules mediating antidepressant-related effects of NMDA-GluN2B antagonism

    Kiselycznyk, C., Jury, N. J., Halladay, L. R., Nakazawa, K., Mishina, M., Sprengel, R., Grant, S. G. N., Svenningsson, P. & Holmes, A., 1 Jul 2015, In : Behavioural Brain Research. 287, p. 89-95 7 p.

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  3. 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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  4. Neurobeachin Regulates Glutamate- and GABA-Receptor Targeting to Synapses via Distinct Pathways

    Farzana, F., Zalm, R., Chen, N., Li, K. W., Grant, S. G. N., Smit, A. B., Toonen, R. F. & Verhage, M., 2 May 2016, In : Molecular Neurobiology. 53, 4, p. 2112-2123 12 p.

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  5. Neurotransmitters Drive Combinatorial Multistate Postsynaptic Density Networks

    Coba, M. P., Pocklington, A. J., Collins, M. O., Kopanitsa, M. V., Uren, R. T., Swamy, S., Croning, M. D. R., Choudhary, J. S. & Grant, S. G. N., Apr 2009, In : Science Signaling. 2, 68, ra19.

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  6. 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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  7. Organization of brain complexity--synapse proteome form and function

    Pocklington, A. J., Armstrong, J. D. & Grant, S. G. N., 2006, In : Briefings in functional genomics & proteomics. 5, 1, p. 66-73 8 p.

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  8. PSD-95 Is Essential for Hallucinogen and Atypical Antipsychotic Drug Actions at Serotonin Receptors

    Abbas, A. I., Yadav, P. N., Yao, W-D., Arbuckle, M. I., Grant, S. G. N., Caron, M. G. & Roth, B. L., 3 Jun 2009, In : Journal of Neuroscience. 29, 22, p. 7124-7136 13 p.

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  9. 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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  10. Probing the Modulation of Acute Ethanol Intoxication by Pharmacological Manipulation of the NMDAR Glycine Co-Agonist Site

    DeBrouse, L., Hurd, B., Kiselycznyk, C., Plitt, A., Todaro, A., Mishina, M., Grant, S. G. N., Camp, M., Gunduz-Cinar, O. & Holmes, A., Feb 2013, In : Alcoholism-Clinical and experimental research. 37, 2, p. 223-233 11 p.

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