Amyloid-beta as a positive endogenous regulator of release probability at hippocampal synapses
Efrat Abramov, Iftach Dolev, Hilla Fogel, Giuseppe D Ciccotosto, Eyal Ruff, Inna Slutsky
Nature Neuroscience | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2009
We thank A. Lee and M. Wilson for sharing unpublished data on 'natural' spike sequence, D. M. Holtzman for providing the HJ5.1 hybridoma cell line, A. I. Bush, R. Cappai and H. Zheng for App<SUP>-/-</SUP> mice, C. Kaether for the human APP695-YFP cDNA construct, and the members of our laboratory for comments on the manuscript. We thank A. I. Bush and E. Gazit for discussions. This work was supported by a Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation/American Federation for Aging Research research grant (I. S.), the Legacy Heritage Biomedical Program of the Israel Science Foundation (I. S.), the Israel Ministry of Health (I. S.), the National Institute of Psychobiology in Israel founded by the Charles E. Smith family (I. S.), and the Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology of Tel Aviv University (I. D.).