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C. Ron Yu
C. Ron Yu
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Altered sexual and social behaviors in trp2 mutant mice
BG Leypold, CR Yu, T Leinders-Zufall, MM Kim, F Zufall, R Axel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (9), 6376-6381, 2002
6032002
Functional contributions of α5 subunit to neuronal acetylcholine receptor channels
J Ramirez-Latorre, CR Yu, X Qu, F Perin, A Karlin, L Role
Nature 380 (6572), 347-351, 1996
4861996
Spontaneous neural activity is required for the establishment and maintenance of the olfactory sensory map
CR Yu, J Power, G Barnea, S O'Donnell, HEV Brown, J Osborne, R Axel, ...
Neuron 42 (4), 553-566, 2004
3992004
Functional contribution of the α7 subunit to multiple subtypes of nicotinic receptors in embryonic chick sympathetic neurones
CR Yu, LW Role
The Journal of physiology 509 (Pt 3), 651, 1998
1911998
A cysteine-rich isoform of neuregulin controls the level of expression of neuronal nicotinic receptor channels during synaptogenesis
X Yang, Y Kuo, P Devay, C Yu, L Role
Neuron 20 (2), 255-270, 1998
1851998
Encoding gender and individual information in the mouse vomeronasal organ
J He, L Ma, SS Kim, J Nakai, CR Yu
Science 320 (5875), 535-538, 2008
1612008
Agonist-independent GPCR activity regulates anterior-posterior targeting of olfactory sensory neurons
A Nakashima, H Takeuchi, T Imai, H Saito, H Kiyonari, T Abe, M Chen, ...
Cell 154 (6), 1314-1325, 2013
1382013
Functional contribution of the α5 subunit to neuronal nicotinic channels expressed by chick sympathetic ganglion neurones
CR Yu, LW Role
The Journal of Physiology 509 (3), 667-681, 1998
1221998
Distributed representation of chemical features and tunotopic organization of glomeruli in the mouse olfactory bulb
L Ma, Q Qiu, S Gradwohl, A Scott, EQ Yu, R Alexander, W Wiegraebe, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (14), 5481-5486, 2012
892012
Integrated action of pheromone signals in promoting courtship behavior in male mice
S Haga-Yamanaka, L Ma, J He, Q Qiu, LD Lavis, LL Looger, CR Yu
Elife 3, e03025, 2014
802014
A developmental switch of axon targeting in the continuously regenerating mouse olfactory system
L Ma, Y Wu, Q Qiu, H Scheerer, A Moran, CR Yu
science 344 (6180), 194-197, 2014
712014
Requirement of calcium-activated chloride channels in the activation of mouse vomeronasal neurons
SS Kim, L Ma, CR Yu
Nature communications 2 (1), 1-7, 2011
632011
An olfactory cilia pattern in the mammalian nose ensures high sensitivity to odors
RC Challis, H Tian, J Wang, J He, J Jiang, X Chen, W Yin, T Connelly, ...
Current Biology 25 (19), 2503-2512, 2015
512015
Distinct signals conveyed by pheromone concentrations to the mouse vomeronasal organ
J He, L Ma, S Kim, J Schwartz, M Santilli, C Wood, MH Durnin, CR Yu
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (22), 7473-7483, 2010
492010
Activity-dependent modulation of odorant receptor gene expression in the mouse olfactory epithelium
S Zhao, H Tian, L Ma, Y Yuan, CR Yu, M Ma
PLoS One 8 (7), e69862, 2013
432013
Paradoxical contribution of SK3 and GIRK channels to the activation of mouse vomeronasal organ
SS Kim, L Ma, KL Jensen, MM Kim, CT Bond, JP Adelman, CR Yu
Nature neuroscience 15 (9), 1236-1244, 2012
432012
Regeneration and rewiring of rodent olfactory sensory neurons
CR Yu, Y Wu
Experimental neurology 287, 395-408, 2017
422017
Target-specific control of nicotinic receptor expression at developing interneuronal synapses in chick
P Devay, DS McGehee, CR Yu, LW Role
Nature neuroscience 2 (6), 528-534, 1999
351999
Innate immune signaling in the olfactory epithelium reduces odorant receptor levels: modeling transient smell loss in COVID-19 patients
S Rodriguez, L Cao, GT Rickenbacher, EG Benz, C Magdamo, LR Gomez, ...
MedRxiv, 2020
322020
Uptake of antisense oligonucleotides and functional block of acetylcholine receptor subunit gene expression in primary embryonic neurons
C Yu, AB Brussaard, X Yang, M Listerud, LW Role
Developmental genetics 14 (4), 296-304, 1993
321993
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