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Plasma membrane calcium ATPase4B is a high-affinity PDZ-binding protein.

Kim, Eunjoonresearcher, American Society for Cell Biology, pp.0 - 0, 1997-01-01

Excitatory Synapse Formation By NGL And SALM Families Of PSD-95-Interacting Synaptic Adhesion Molecules

Kim, Eunjoonresearcher, FENS 2008 Satellite Symposium (The 3rd International Conference of Neurons and Brain Diseases), The Federation of European Neuroscience Societies, 2008-07-10

Regulation of synapse formation by NGL and SALM families of PSD-95-interacting adhesion molecules

Kim, Eunjoonresearcher, Gordon Research Conference on 'Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology', The Gordon Research Conferences, 2008-06-10

Regulation of dendritic spines and synaptic plasticity by PSD-95-interacting proteins

Kim, Eunjoonresearcher, Gordon Research Conference on ‘Cell Biology of the Neuron', The Gordon Research Conferences, 2008-06-17

Synaptic adhesion molecules and brain synaptogenesis

Kim, Eunjoonresearcher, The 8th Biennial Conference of the Chinese Society for Neuroscience(CSfN) , The Chinese Society for Neuroscience, 2009-11-10

Synapse development by NGL and SALM adhesion molecules

Kim, Eunjoonresearcher, The 2nd Westerburg Symposium , The Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology, 2007-08-23

Regulation of postsynaptic development by novel cell adhesion molecules

Kim, Eunjoonresearcher, Gordon Research Conference on 'Excitatory Amino Acids & Brain Function', The Gordon Research Conferences, 2005-09-08

Regulation of synaptogenesis by PSD-95-interacting cell adhesion molecules

Kim, Eunjoonresearcher, National Institute of Health, National Institute of Health, 2005-11-07

Regulation of synaptogenesis by PSD-95

Kim, Eunjoonresearcher, Korean-German Science Forum, KIST, MOST, 2005-09-19

Interaction of the ERC family of RIM-binding proteins with the liprin-a family of multidomain proteins

Kim, Eunjoonresearcher, Soceity For Neuroscience, pp.0 - 0, Soceity For Neuroscience, 2004-10-01

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