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Stephan Brenowitz
Stephan Brenowitz
University of Maryland, Associate Research Professor
Verified email at janelia.hhmi.org
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Brief presynaptic bursts evoke synapse-specific retrograde inhibition mediated by endogenous cannabinoids
SP Brown, SD Brenowitz, WG Regehr
Nature neuroscience 6 (10), 1048-1057, 2003
2502003
Enhancement of synaptic efficacy by presynaptic GABAB receptors
S Brenowitz, J David, L Trussell
Neuron 20 (1), 135-141, 1998
2071998
Myosin-Va transports the endoplasmic reticulum into the dendritic spines of Purkinje neurons
W Wagner, SD Brenowitz, JA Hammer
Nature cell biology 13 (1), 40-48, 2011
1862011
Associative short-term synaptic plasticity mediated by endocannabinoids
SD Brenowitz, WG Regehr
Neuron 45 (3), 419-431, 2005
1752005
Sox2 induces neuronal formation in the developing mammalian cochlea
C Puligilla, A Dabdoub, SD Brenowitz, MW Kelley
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (2), 714-722, 2010
1412010
Calcium dependence of retrograde inhibition by endocannabinoids at synapses onto Purkinje cells
SD Brenowitz, WG Regehr
Journal of Neuroscience 23 (15), 6373-6384, 2003
1402003
Minimizing synaptic depression by control of release probability
S Brenowitz, LO Trussell
Journal of Neuroscience 21 (6), 1857-1867, 2001
1342001
Maturation of synaptic transmission at end-bulb synapses of the cochlear nucleus
S Brenowitz, LO Trussell
Journal of Neuroscience 21 (23), 9487-9498, 2001
1272001
Reliability and heterogeneity of calcium signaling at single presynaptic boutons of cerebellar granule cells
SD Brenowitz, WG Regehr
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (30), 7888-7898, 2007
1122007
Long-term effects of UV and visible irradiance on natural populations of a scytonemin-containing cyanobacterium (Calothrix sp.)
S Brenowitz, RW Castenholz
FEMS microbiology ecology 24 (4), 343-352, 1997
1071997
Sustained elevation of dendritic calcium evokes widespread endocannabinoid release and suppression of synapses onto cerebellar Purkinje cells
SD Brenowitz, AR Best, WG Regehr
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (25), 6841-6850, 2006
762006
Active dendritic conductances dynamically regulate GABA release from thalamic interneurons
C Acuna-Goycolea, SD Brenowitz, WG Regehr
Neuron 57 (3), 420-431, 2008
722008
Genetic and molecular analyses of the C-terminal region of the recE gene from the Rac prophage of Escherichia coli K-12 reveal the recT gene
AJ Clark, V Sharma, S Brenowitz, CC Chu, S Sandler, L Satin, A Templin, ...
Journal of bacteriology 175 (23), 7673-7682, 1993
681993
Specificity and enzymatic mechanism of the editing exonuclease of Escherichia coli DNA polymerase III.
S Brenowitz, S Kwack, MF Goodman, M O'Donnell, H Echols
Journal of Biological Chemistry 266 (12), 7888-7892, 1991
501991
Functional NMDA receptors at axonal growth cones of young hippocampal neurons
PY Wang, RS Petralia, YX Wang, RJ Wenthold, SD Brenowitz
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (25), 9289-9297, 2011
472011
The mechanism of action of aniracetam at synaptic α-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazolepropionic acid (AMPA) receptors: indirect and direct effects on desensitization
JJ Lawrence, S Brenowitz, LO Trussell
Molecular pharmacology 64 (2), 269-278, 2003
322003
Cholinergic modulation of large-conductance calcium-activated potassium channels regulates synaptic strength and spine calcium in cartwheel cells of the dorsal cochlear nucleus
S He, YX Wang, RS Petralia, SD Brenowitz
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (15), 5261-5272, 2014
302014
Sustained firing of cartwheel cells in the dorsal cochlear nucleus evokes endocannabinoid release and retrograde suppression of parallel fiber synapses
M Sedlacek, PW Tipton, SD Brenowitz
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (44), 15807-15817, 2011
262011
Comparing 3D ultrastructure of presynaptic and postsynaptic mitochondria
T Delgado, RS Petralia, DW Freeman, M Sedlacek, YX Wang, ...
Biology Open 8 (8), bio044834, 2019
202019
Single-neuron recordings from unanesthetized mouse dorsal cochlear nucleus
WLD Ma, SD Brenowitz
Journal of Neurophysiology 107 (3), 824-835, 2012
202012
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