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Lucas Cromberg

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Neurosciences
SchoolHealth Sciences
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    1. Cromberg LE, Saez TMM, Otero MG, Tomasella E, Alloatti M, Damianich A, Pozo Devoto V, Ferrario J, Gelman D, Rubinstein M, Falzone TL. Neuronal KIF5b deletion induces striatum-dependent locomotor impairments and defects in membrane presentation of dopamine D2 receptors. J Neurochem. 2019 May; 149(3):362-380. PMID: 30664247.
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    2. Otero MG, Fernandez Bessone I, Hallberg AE, Cromberg LE, De Rossi MC, Saez TM, Levi V, Almenar-Queralt A, Falzone TL. Proteasome stress leads to APP axonal transport defects by promoting its amyloidogenic processing in lysosomes. J Cell Sci. 2018 06 11; 131(11). PMID: 29724915.
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    3. Pozo Devoto VM, Dimopoulos N, Alloatti M, Pardi MB, Saez TM, Otero MG, Cromberg LE, Marín-Burgin A, Scassa ME, Stokin GB, Schinder AF, Sevlever G, Falzone TL. aSynuclein control of mitochondrial homeostasis in human-derived neurons is disrupted by mutations associated with Parkinson's disease. Sci Rep. 2017 07 11; 7(1):5042. PMID: 28698628.
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    4. Lacovich V, Espindola SL, Alloatti M, Pozo Devoto V, Cromberg LE, Carná ME, Forte G, Gallo JM, Bruno L, Stokin GB, Avale ME, Falzone TL. Tau Isoforms Imbalance Impairs the Axonal Transport of the Amyloid Precursor Protein in Human Neurons. J Neurosci. 2017 01 04; 37(1):58-69. PMID: 28053030.
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    5. Otero MG, Alloatti M, Cromberg LE, Almenar-Queralt A, Encalada SE, Pozo Devoto VM, Bruno L, Goldstein LS, Falzone TL. Fast axonal transport of the proteasome complex depends on membrane interaction and molecular motor function. J Cell Sci. 2014 Apr 01; 127(Pt 7):1537-49. PMID: 24522182.
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