Barbara Calabrese

Title(s)Associate Project Scientist, Neurobiology
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    1. MARCKS and PI(4,5)P2 reciprocally regulate actin-based dendritic spine morphology. Mol Biol Cell. 2024 Feb 01; 35(2):ar23. Calabrese B, Halpain S. PMID: 38088877; PMCID: PMC10881156.
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    2. INF2-mediated actin filament reorganization confers intrinsic resilience to neuronal ischemic injury. Nat Commun. 2022 10 13; 13(1):6037. Calabrese B, Jones SL, Shiraishi-Yamaguchi Y, Lingelbach M, Manor U, Svitkina TM, Higgs HN, Shih AY, Halpain S. PMID: 36229429; PMCID: PMC9558009.
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    3. Growth cone macropinocytosis of neurotrophin receptor and neuritogenesis are regulated by neuron navigator 1. Mol Biol Cell. 2022 06 01; 33(7):ar64. Powers RM, Daza R, Koehler AE, Courchet J, Calabrese B, Hevner RF, Halpain S. PMID: 35352947; PMCID: PMC9561856.
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    4. Computational Modeling Reveals Frequency Modulation of Calcium-cAMP/PKA Pathway in Dendritic Spines. Biophys J. 2019 11 19; 117(10):1963-1980. Ohadi D, Schmitt DL, Calabrese B, Halpain S, Zhang J, Rangamani P. PMID: 31668749; PMCID: PMC7031750.
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    5. Post-differentiation Replating of Human Pluripotent Stem Cell-derived Neurons for High-content Screening of Neuritogenesis and Synapse Maturation. J Vis Exp. 2019 08 28; (150). Calabrese B, Powers RM, Slepian AJ, Halpain S. PMID: 31524872.
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    6. Differential targeting of dynamin-1 and dynamin-3 to nerve terminals during chronic suppression of neuronal activity. Mol Cell Neurosci. 2015 Sep; 68:36-45. Calabrese B, Halpain S. PMID: 25827095; PMCID: PMC4584186.
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    7. Lithium prevents aberrant NMDA-induced F-actin reorganization in neurons. Neuroreport. 2014 Dec 03; 25(17):1331-7. Calabrese B, Halpain S. PMID: 25304495; PMCID: PMC4213241.
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    8. Activity-dependent dendritic spine shrinkage and growth involve downregulation of cofilin via distinct mechanisms. PLoS One. 2014; 9(4):e94787. Calabrese B, Saffin JM, Halpain S. PMID: 24740405; PMCID: PMC3989342.
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