We are very excited to share our lab very first pre-print on bioRxiv. This work, led by our PhD student Hilary Yong, identified functional roles of CaMKIIα-mediated phosphorylation on the C-terminal tail of the GluN2A subunit (Ser-1459) in regulating the gating and activity-dependent trafficking of NMDA receptors. It is an extension of our recent collaborative work that was published in Cell Reports (Vieira et al., 2020). We thank all authors and our wonderful collaborators, Prof. Brett Collins (IMB, UQ), Dr. Angelo Keramidas (IMB, UQ), Prof. Joe Lynch (QBI, UQ) and Prof. Katherine Roche (NINDS, NIH, USA).
Synaptic Neurobiology Lab