- Receptor Transporter Protein 4 (RTP4) in the hypothalamus is involved in the development of antinociceptive tolerance to Morphine
(Fujita W et al., 2022)
- SLITRK1-mediated noradrenergic projection suppression in the neonatal prefrontal cortex
(Hatayama M et al., 2022) (1/2)
- A revertant of Homo sapiens-specific residue in SLITRK1 alters its protein function
(Hatayama M et al., 2022) (2/2)
- Slitrk2 deficiency causes hyperactivity with altered vestibular function and serotonergic dysregulation
(Katayama K et al., 2022)
- Leucine-Rich Repeats and Transmembrane Domain 2 controls protein sorting in the striatal projection system and its deficiency causes disturbances in motor responses and monoamine dynamics
(Ichise M et al., 2022)
- Dysregulation of erythropoiesis and altered erythroblastic NMDA receptor-mediated calcium influx in Lrfn2-deficient mice
（Maekawa R et al., 2021）
- Sphingosine 1-phosphate signaling is involved in impaired blood-brain barrier function in ischemia-reperfusion injury.
（Nakagawa S et al., 2019）
- Identification and characterization of novel conserved domains in metazoan Zic proteins
（Tohmonda T et al., 2018）
- Zic family – Evolution, Development and Disease
（Aruga J Ed, 2018）
- Link between the causative genes of holoprosencephaly: Zic2 directly regulates Tgif1 expression
（Ishiguro A et al., 2018）
- Autism-like behaviours and enhanced memory formation and synaptic plasticity in Lrfn2/SALM1-deficient mice.
（Morimura N et al., 2017）
- Elfn1 recruits presynaptic mGluR7 in trans and its loss results in seizures.
（Tomioka N et al., 2014）
- Hepatocyte growth factor enhances the barrier function in primary cultures of rat brain microvascular endothelial cells.
（Yamada N et al., 2014）
- Cilostazol attenuates ischemia-reperfusion-induced blood-brain barrier dysfunction enhanced by advanced glycation endproducts via transforming growth factor-β1 signaling.
（Takeshita T et al., 2014）
- Rines E3 Ubiquitin Ligase Regulates MAO-A Levels and Emotional Responses.
（Kabayama et al., 2013）
- SLITRK6 mutations cause myopia and deafness in humans and mice.
（Tekin et al., 2013）