Publications

Steve Finkbeiner, MD, PhDFinkbeiner S, Greenberg ME. Ca2+ channel-regulated neuronal gene expression. J Neurobiol. 1998 Oct; 37(1):171-89. View in: PubMed
Steve Finkbeiner, MD, PhDCREB couples neurotrophin signals to survival messages. View in: PubMed
Steve Finkbeiner, MD, PhDFinkbeiner S, Dalva MB. To fear or not to fear: what was the question? A potential role for Ras-GRF in memory. Bioessays. 1998 Sep; 20(9):691-5. View in: PubMed
Steve Finkbeiner, MD, PhDSending signals from the synapse to the nucleus: possible roles for CaMK, Ras/ERK, and SAPK pathways in the regulation of synaptic plasticity and neuronal growth. View in: PubMed
Steve Finkbeiner, MD, PhDTao X, Finkbeiner S, Arnold DB, Shaywitz AJ, Greenberg ME. Ca2+ influx regulates BDNF transcription by a CREB family transcription factor-dependent mechanism. Neuron. 1998 Apr; 20(4):709-26. View in: PubMed
Steve Finkbeiner, MD, PhDHuntingtin acts in the nucleus to induce apoptosis but death does not correlate with the formation of intranuclear inclusions. View in: PubMed
Steve Finkbeiner, MD, PhDFinkbeiner S, Tavazoie SF, Maloratsky A, Jacobs KM, Harris KM, Greenberg ME. CREB: a major mediator of neuronal neurotrophin responses. Neuron. 1997 Nov; 19(5):1031-47. View in: PubMed
Steve Finkbeiner, MD, PhDCa2+ channel-regulated neuronal gene expression. View in: PubMed
Steve Finkbeiner, MD, PhDFinkbeiner S, Greenberg ME. Spatial features of calcium-regulated gene expression. Bioessays. 1997 Aug; 19(8):657-60. View in: PubMed
Steve Finkbeiner, MD, PhDTo fear or not to fear: what was the question? A potential role for Ras-GRF in memory. View in: PubMed