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List of co-cited articles
936 articles co-cited >1



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Calcium sensitivity of glutamate release in a calyx-type terminal.
J H Bollmann, B Sakmann, J G Borst. Science 2000
368
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Two-component latency distributions indicate two-step vesicular release at simple glutamatergic synapses.
Takafumi Miki, Yukihiro Nakamura, Gerardo Malagon, Erwin Neher, Alain Marty. Nat Commun 2018
26
23

A selective activity-dependent requirement for dynamin 1 in synaptic vesicle endocytosis.
Shawn M Ferguson, Gabor Brasnjo, Mitsuko Hayashi, Markus Wölfel, Chiara Collesi, Silvia Giovedi, Andrea Raimondi, Liang-Wei Gong, Pablo Ariel, Summer Paradise,[...]. Science 2007
370
5




A dual-Ca2+-sensor model for neurotransmitter release in a central synapse.
Jianyuan Sun, Zhiping P Pang, Dengkui Qin, Abigail T Fahim, Roberto Adachi, Thomas C Südhof. Nature 2007
258
5


Activity-driven local ATP synthesis is required for synaptic function.
Vidhya Rangaraju, Nathaniel Calloway, Timothy A Ryan. Cell 2014
366
5

RIM binding proteins (RBPs) couple Rab3-interacting molecules (RIMs) to voltage-gated Ca(2+) channels.
H Hibino, R Pironkova, O Onwumere, M Vologodskaia, A J Hudspeth, F Lesage. Neuron 2002
193
5

Hair cell synaptic ribbons are essential for synchronous auditory signalling.
Darina Khimich, Régis Nouvian, Rémy Pujol, Susanne Tom Dieck, Alexander Egner, Eckart D Gundelfinger, Tobias Moser. Nature 2005
355
5



GluA4 is indispensable for driving fast neurotransmission across a high-fidelity central synapse.
Yi-Mei Yang, Jamila Aitoubah, Amanda M Lauer, Mutsuo Nuriya, Kogo Takamiya, Zhengping Jia, Bradford J May, Richard L Huganir, Lu-Yang Wang. J Physiol 2011
38
13

RIM proteins tether Ca2+ channels to presynaptic active zones via a direct PDZ-domain interaction.
Pascal S Kaeser, Lunbin Deng, Yun Wang, Irina Dulubova, Xinran Liu, Josep Rizo, Thomas C Südhof. Cell 2011
364
5

Spontaneous and evoked release are independently regulated at individual active zones.
Jan E Melom, Yulia Akbergenova, Jeffrey P Gavornik, J Troy Littleton. J Neurosci 2013
119
5

RIM-binding protein, a central part of the active zone, is essential for neurotransmitter release.
Karen S Y Liu, Matthias Siebert, Sara Mertel, Elena Knoche, Stephanie Wegener, Carolin Wichmann, Tanja Matkovic, Karzan Muhammad, Harald Depner, Christoph Mettke,[...]. Science 2011
173
5




Quantal components of the end-plate potential.
J DEL CASTILLO, B KATZ. J Physiol 1954
5


Bassoon-disruption slows vesicle replenishment and induces homeostatic plasticity at a CNS synapse.
Alejandro Mendoza Schulz, Zhizi Jing, Juan María Sánchez Caro, Friederike Wetzel, Thomas Dresbach, Nicola Strenzke, Carolin Wichmann, Tobias Moser. EMBO J 2014
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Activity-dependent, homeostatic regulation of neurotransmitter release from auditory nerve fibers.
Tenzin Ngodup, Jack A Goetz, Brian C McGuire, Wei Sun, Amanda M Lauer, Matthew A Xu-Friedman. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2015
26
19


Molecular machines governing exocytosis of synaptic vesicles.
Reinhard Jahn, Dirk Fasshauer. Nature 2012
622
5


Munc13-1 is essential for fusion competence of glutamatergic synaptic vesicles.
I Augustin, C Rosenmund, T C Südhof, N Brose. Nature 1999
525
5

Calcium dependence of exo- and endocytotic coupling at a glutamatergic synapse.
Nobutake Hosoi, Matthew Holt, Takeshi Sakaba. Neuron 2009
180
5



Input-Specific Plasticity and Homeostasis at the Drosophila Larval Neuromuscular Junction.
Zachary L Newman, Adam Hoagland, Krishan Aghi, Kurtresha Worden, Sabrina L Levy, Jun Ho Son, Luke P Lee, Ehud Y Isacoff. Neuron 2017
61
8

Homeostatic synaptic depression is achieved through a regulated decrease in presynaptic calcium channel abundance.
Michael A Gaviño, Kevin J Ford, Santiago Archila, Graeme W Davis. Elife 2015
39
12

Molecular anatomy of a trafficking organelle.
Shigeo Takamori, Matthew Holt, Katinka Stenius, Edward A Lemke, Mads Grønborg, Dietmar Riedel, Henning Urlaub, Stephan Schenck, Britta Brügger, Philippe Ringler,[...]. Cell 2006
5

Beta phorbol ester- and diacylglycerol-induced augmentation of transmitter release is mediated by Munc13s and not by PKCs.
Jeong Seop Rhee, Andrea Betz, Sonja Pyott, Kerstin Reim, Frederique Varoqueaux, Iris Augustin, Dörte Hesse, Thomas C Südhof, Masami Takahashi, Christian Rosenmund,[...]. Cell 2002
368
5


α2δ-3 Is Required for Rapid Transsynaptic Homeostatic Signaling.
Tingting Wang, Ryan T Jones, Jenna M Whippen, Graeme W Davis. Cell Rep 2016
29
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Retrograde control of synaptic transmission by postsynaptic CaMKII at the Drosophila neuromuscular junction.
A Pejmun Haghighi, Brian D McCabe, Richard D Fetter, Jessica E Palmer, Sabrina Hom, Corey S Goodman. Neuron 2003
126
5

Variability, compensation and homeostasis in neuron and network function.
Eve Marder, Jean-Marc Goaillard. Nat Rev Neurosci 2006
655
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Munc13 C2B domain is an activity-dependent Ca2+ regulator of synaptic exocytosis.
Ok-Ho Shin, Jun Lu, Jeong-Seop Rhee, Diana R Tomchick, Zhiping P Pang, Sonja M Wojcik, Marcial Camacho-Perez, Nils Brose, Mischa Machius, Josep Rizo,[...]. Nat Struct Mol Biol 2010
155
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Composition of isolated synaptic boutons reveals the amounts of vesicle trafficking proteins.
Benjamin G Wilhelm, Sunit Mandad, Sven Truckenbrodt, Katharina Kröhnert, Christina Schäfer, Burkhard Rammner, Seong Joo Koo, Gala A Claßen, Michael Krauss, Volker Haucke,[...]. Science 2014
389
5

CAST/ELKS Proteins Control Voltage-Gated Ca2+ Channel Density and Synaptic Release Probability at a Mammalian Central Synapse.
Wei Dong, Tamara Radulovic, R Oliver Goral, Connon Thomas, Monica Suarez Montesinos, Debbie Guerrero-Given, Akari Hagiwara, Travis Putzke, Yamato Hida, Manabu Abe,[...]. Cell Rep 2018
29
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Calcium Channels, Synaptic Plasticity, and Neuropsychiatric Disease.
Evanthia Nanou, William A Catterall. Neuron 2018
170
5


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.