Publications

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2012
Lemieux M, Labrecque S, Tardif C, Labrie-Dion É, Lebel E, De Koninck P.  2012.  Translocation of CaMKII to dendritic microtubules supports the plasticity of local synapses.. J Cell Biol. 198(6):1055-73.
2010
Pi HJae, Otmakhov N, Lemelin D, De Koninck P, Lisman J.  2010.  Autonomous CaMKII can promote either long-term potentiation or long-term depression, depending on the state of T305/T306 phosphorylation.. J Neurosci. 30(26):8704-9.
Pi HJae, Otmakhov N, El Gaamouch F, Lemelin D, De Koninck P, Lisman J.  2010.  CaMKII control of spine size and synaptic strength: role of phosphorylation states and nonenzymatic action.. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 107(32):14437-42.
2006
Bayer K U, Lebel E, McDonald GL, O'Leary H, Schulman H, De Koninck P.  2006.  Transition from reversible to persistent binding of CaMKII to postsynaptic sites and NR2B.. J Neurosci. 26(4):1164-74.
2005
Hudmon A, Lebel E, Roy H, Sik A, Schulman H, M Waxham N, De Koninck P.  2005.  A mechanism for Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II clustering at synaptic and nonsynaptic sites based on self-association.. J Neurosci. 25(30):6971-83.
2003
Coull JAM, Boudreau D, Bachand K, Prescott SA, Nault F, Sik A, De Koninck P, De Koninck Y.  2003.  Trans-synaptic shift in anion gradient in spinal lamina I neurons as a mechanism of neuropathic pain.. Nature. 424(6951):938-42.

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