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Symposium S50 - Session 228 - Wednesday 16/07/2008, 09:45-11:15
Room B
Molecular mechanisms of synaptic formation and function: insight for cognitive dysfunction.

Chaired by: Di Luca M. (Milano, Italy), Sala C. (Milano, Italy)

228.1. Symposium S50-1. Wed 16/07/2008, 09:45 - 11:15 (Presentation: 09:50) - Room B
Perroy J.
CNRS, INSERM, University of Montpellier, Montpellier, France
- FUNCTIONAL ROLE OF PROTEIN-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS IN THE MODULATION OF METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTOR FUNCTION IN SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION.

228.2. Symposium S50-2. Wed 16/07/2008, 09:45 - 11:15 (Presentation: 10:10) - Room B
Goda Y. (1), Cingolani L. (1), Thalhammer A. (2), Yu L. (1) & Catalano M. (1)
(1) MRC LMCB, London, United Kingdom; (2) LMP/Pharmacology, London, United Kingdom
- INTEGRINS AND REGULATION OF SYNAPTIC STRENGTH.

228.3. Symposium S50-3. Wed 16/07/2008, 09:45 - 11:15 (Presentation: 10:30) - Room B
Hines R.
Brain Research Centre, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
- MANIPULATION OF NEUROLIGIN FUNCTION IN VIVO - A POTENTIAL LINK TO AUTISM.

228.4. Symposium S50-4. Wed 16/07/2008, 09:45 - 11:15 (Presentation: 10:50) - Room B
Sala C.
CNR Inst. of Neurosci., Dept. of Pharmacol, Univ. of Milano, Milano, Italy
- STUDYING MENTAL RETARDATION GENETIC MUTATIONS TO REVEAL HOW TO DEVELOP EXCITATORY SYNAPSES.


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