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Crosby, Karen M., Dinara V. Baimoukhametova, Jaideep S. Bains, and Quentin J. Pittman. "Postsynaptic Depolarization Enhances GABA Drive to Dorsomedial Hypothalamic Neurons through Somatodendritic Cholecystokinin Release." J Neurosci 35, no. 38 (2015): 13160-70.
Tyan, Leonid, Simon Chamberland, Elise Magnin, Olivier Camiré, Ruggiero Francavilla, Linda Suzanne David, Karl Deisseroth, and Lisa Topolnik. "Dendritic inhibition provided by interneuron-specific cells controls the firing rate and timing of the hippocampal feedback inhibitory circuitry." J Neurosci 34, no. 13 (2014): 4534-47.
Cusulin, Jaclyn I. Wamsteek, Laura Senst, Campbell G Teskey, and Jaideep S. Bains. "Experience salience gates endocannabinoid signaling at hypothalamic synapses." J Neurosci 34, no. 18 (2014): 6177-81.
Xie, Yicheng, Shangbin Chen, Yujin Wu, and Timothy H. Murphy. "Prolonged deficits in parvalbumin neuron stimulation-evoked network activity despite recovery of dendritic structure and excitability in the somatosensory cortex following global ischemia in mice." J Neurosci 34, no. 45 (2014): 14890-900.
Bories, Cyril, Zoé Husson, Matthieu J. Guitton, and Yves De Koninck. "Differential balance of prefrontal synaptic activity in successful versus unsuccessful cognitive aging." J Neurosci 33, no. 4 (2013): 1344-56.
Cusulin, Jaclyn I. Wamsteek, Tamás Füzesi, Wataru Inoue, and Jaideep S. Bains. "Glucocorticoid feedback uncovers retrograde opioid signaling at hypothalamic synapses." Nat Neurosci 16, no. 5 (2013): 596-604.
Inoue, Wataru, Dinara V. Baimoukhametova, Tamás Füzesi, Jaclyn I. Wamsteek Cusulin, Kathrin Koblinger, Patrick J. Whelan, Quentin J. Pittman, and Jaideep S. Bains. "Noradrenaline is a stress-associated metaplastic signal at GABA synapses." Nat Neurosci 16, no. 5 (2013): 605-12.
Raingo, Jesica, Mikhail Khvotchev, Pei Liu, Frederic Darios, Ying C. Li, Denise M. O. Ramirez, Megumi Adachi, Philippe Lemieux, Katalin Toth, Bazbek Davletov et al. "VAMP4 directs synaptic vesicles to a pool that selectively maintains asynchronous neurotransmission." Nat Neurosci 15, no. 5 (2012): 738-45.