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Andreea Negroiu, MD

 Research Instructor

Research Interests:

 Selected Research Publications

 Negroiu A. M. and T. W. Abrams  (2002) Burst-dependent protection and posttetanic potentiation in Aplysia sensory neurons are distinct forms of Ca2+-dependent synaptic plasticity.  Soc Neurosci. Abstr.  376.11.

 Wan Q., K.S. McKay, A.M. Negroiu, and T.W. Abrams (2005)Pattern dependence of burst-dependent protection from synaptic depression in Aplysia: possible contribution to maintenance of attention during learning. Soc Neurosci. Abstr. Program No. 777.12.

 Dumitriu B, Cohen JE, Wan Q, Negroiu AM, Abrams TW (2006)   Serotonin receptor antagonists discriminate between PKA- and PKC-mediated plasticity in aplysia sensory neurons. J Neurophysiol. 2006 Apr; 95(4): 2713-20.

 Wan Q., K.S. McKay, A.M. Negroiu, and T.W. Abrams (2006) PKC detection of firing patterns at Aplysia sensory neuron synapses may be mediated by kinetics of PKC membrane binding. Soc Neurosci. Abstr. Program No. 813.21.

 Wan Q, Jiang XY, Negroiu AM, Lu SG, McKay KS, Abrams TW (2012) Protein kinase C acts as a molecular detector of firing pattern to mediate sensory gating in Aplysia. Nat             Neuroscience 2012 Jul 8; 15(8): 1144-52

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