Human Physiology, Experimental Physiology and Neurosciences
My research mainly focuses on the cellular and molecular mechanisms that underlie
learning and memory, and neurobiology of Alzheimer's disease.
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- ZHENG, ZHAOQING, Ambigapathy, Ganesh, and Keifer, Joyce. Regulation of BDNF chromatin status and promoter accessibility in a neural correlate
of associative learning., 981-993. Vol. 10, Iss. 10. Epigenetics. , 2015. (DOI: 10.1080/15592294.2015.1090072)
- KEIFER, JOYCE, ZHENG, ZHAOQING, and Ambigapathy, G. MicroRNA-BDNF Negative Feedback Signaling Loop in Brain: Implications for Alzheimer's
disease., 101-8.. Vol. 4, Iss. 2. Microrna, 2015.
- Keifer, Joyce, and Zheng, Zhaoqing. Coincidence Detection in a Neural Correlate of Classical Conditioning Is Initiated
by Bidirectional PDK1 Signaling and Modulated by Adenosine Receptors.. Journal of Physiology, 2015.
- Zheng, Zhaoqing, Sabirzhanov, Boris, and Keifer, Joyce. Two-stage AMPA receptor trafficking in classical conditioning and selective role for
glutamate receptor subunit 4 (tGluA4) flop splice variant., 101-111. Vol. 108. J Neurophysiol. , 2012.
- Zheng, Zhaoqing, and Keifer, Joyce. Sequential Delivery of Synaptic GluA1 and GluA4-Containing AMPARs by SAP97 Anchored
Protein Complexes in Classical Conditioning. J Bio. Chem. .