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Scott Owen, PhD

TitlePostdoctoral Fellow
SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
DepartmentGladstone Institutes
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    1. Owen SF, Tuncdemir SN, Bader PL, Tirko NN, Fishell G, Tsien RW. Oxytocin enhances hippocampal spike transmission by modulating fast-spiking interneurons. Nature. 2013 Aug 22; 500(7463):458-62. PMID: 23913275.
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    2. Kravitz AV, Owen SF, Kreitzer AC. Optogenetic identification of striatal projection neuron subtypes during in vivo recordings. Brain Res. 2013 May 20; 1511:21-32. PMID: 23178332; PMCID: PMC3594574.
    3. Wheeler DG, Groth RD, Ma H, Barrett CF, Owen SF, Safa P, Tsien RW. Ca(V)1 and Ca(V)2 channels engage distinct modes of Ca(2+) signaling to control CREB-dependent gene expression. Cell. 2012 May 25; 149(5):1112-24. PMID: 22632974; PMCID: PMC3654514.
    4. Bader PL, Faizi M, Kim LH, Owen SF, Tadross MR, Alfa RW, Bett GC, Tsien RW, Rasmusson RL, Shamloo M. Mouse model of Timothy syndrome recapitulates triad of autistic traits. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011 Sep 13; 108(37):15432-7. PMID: 21878566; PMCID: PMC3174658.
    5. Owen SF, Tsien RW. Inhibitory neurons hear themselves during development. Neuron. 2010 Apr 29; 66(2):164-6. PMID: 20434993.
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    6. Litvinov RI, Gorkun OV, Owen SF, Shuman H, Weisel JW. Polymerization of fibrin: specificity, strength, and stability of knob-hole interactions studied at the single-molecule level. Blood. 2005 Nov 1; 106(9):2944-51. PMID: 15998829; PMCID: PMC1895323.
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