Ploski, Jonathan E.
Jonathan Ploski's research interests include:
- Molecular and biochemical mechanisms of synaptic plasticity
- Emotional learning and memory
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Is Arc mRNA Unique: A Search For mRNAs That Localize to the Distal Dendrites of Dentate Gyrus Granule Cells Following Neural Activity There have been several attempts to identify which RNAs are localized to dendrites; however, no study has determined which RNAs localize to the dendrites following the induction of synaptic activity. We sought to identify ...
The Production of Viral Vectors Designed to Express Large and Difficult to Express Transgenes Within Neurons Background: Viral vectors are frequently used to deliver and direct expression of transgenes in a spatially and temporally restricted manner within the nervous system of numerous model organisms. Despite the common use of ...
Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are complex neurodevelopmental disorders characterized by repetitive behavior and impaired social communication and interactions. Apart from these core symptoms, a significant number of ASD ...
Adeno-associated viral serotypes produce differing titers and differentially transduce neurons within the rat basal and lateral amygdala Background: In recent years, there has been an increased interest in using recombinant adeno-associated viruses (AAV) to make localized genetic manipulations within the rodent brain. Differing serotypes of AAV possess ...