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Lim SH, Kwon SK, Lee MK, Moon J, Jeong DG, Park E, Kim SJ, Park BC, Lee SC, Ryu SE, Yu DY, Chung BH, Kim E, Myung PK, and Lee JR. (2009).
Synapse formation regulated by protein tyrosine phosphatase receptor T through interaction with cell adhesion molecules and Fyn.
EMBO J 28:3654-3578.
 (abstract)
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Han K*, Kim MH*, Seeburg D, Seo J, Verpelli C, Han S, Chung HS, Ko J, Lee HW, Kim K, Heo W, Meyer T, Kim H, Sala C, Choi SY, Sheng M and Kim E. (2009).
Regulated RalBP1 binding to RalA and PSD-95 controls AMPA receptor endocytosis and LTD.
PLoS Biol 7:e1000187.
 (abstract) (Faculty of 1000)
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Kim E and Sheng M. (2009).
The postsynaptic density.
Curr Biol 19:R723-R724. (abstract)
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Woo J*, Kwon SK* and Kim E. (2009).
The NGL family of leucine-rich repeat-containing synaptic adhesion molecules.
Mol Cell Neurosci 42:1-10. (abstract)
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Kim SM, Choi KY, Cho IH, Rhu JH, Kim SH, Park CS, Kim E and Song WK. (2009).
Regulation of dendritic spine morphology by SPIN90, a novel Shank binding partner.
J Neurochem 109:1106-1117.  (abstract)
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Woo J*, Kwon SK*, Choi S, Kim S, Lee JR, Dunah AW, Sheng M and Kim E. (2009).
Trans-synaptic adhesion between NGL-3 and LAR regulates the formation of excitatory synapses.
Nat Neurosci 12:428-437.  (abstract) (Faculty of 1000)
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Gee HY, Kim YW, Jo MJ, Namkung W, Kim JY, Park HW, Kim KS, Kim H, Baba A, Yang J, Kim E, Kim KH and Lee MG. (2009).
Synaptic scaffolding molecule binds to and regulates vasoactive intestinal polypeptide type-1 receptor in epithelial cells.
Gastroenterology 137:607-617. (abstract)
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Kim K, Yang J, Zhong XP, Kim MH, Kim YS, Lee HW, Han S, Choi J, Han K, Seo J, Prescott SM, Topham MK, Bae YC, Koretzky G, Choi SY and Kim E. (2009).
Synaptic removal of diacylglycerol by DGKzeta and PSD-95 regulates dendritic spine maintenance.
EMBO J 28:1170-1179.
 (abstract) (pdf) (Have you seen)
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Kim MH*, Choi J*, Yang J*, Chung W*, Kim JH, Paik SK, Kim K, Han S, Won H, Bae Y, Cho SH, Seo J, Bae YC, Choi SY and Kim E. (2009).
Enhanced NMDA receptor-mediated synaptic transmission, enhanced long-term potentiation, and impaired learning and memory in mice lacking IRSp53.
J Neurosci 29:1586-1595.  (abstract) (pdf)