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    1. Sgritta M, Dooling SW, Buffington SA, Momin EN, Francis MB, Britton RA, Costa-Mattioli M. Mechanisms Underlying Microbial-Mediated Changes in Social Behavior in Mouse Models of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Neuron. 2019 01 16; 101(2):246-259.e6. PMID: 30522820.
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    2. Sgritta M. Control of Cocaine Relapse: Lost in Translation. Biol Psychiatry. 2018 08 01; 84(3):e25-e26. PMID: 29941146.
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    3. Masoli S, Rizza MF, Sgritta M, Van Geit W, Schürmann F, D'Angelo E. Single Neuron Optimization as a Basis for Accurate Biophysical Modeling: The Case of Cerebellar Granule Cells. Front Cell Neurosci. 2017; 11:71. PMID: 28360841.
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    4. Sgritta M, Locatelli F, Soda T, Prestori F, D'Angelo EU. Hebbian Spike-Timing Dependent Plasticity at the Cerebellar Input Stage. J Neurosci. 2017 03 15; 37(11):2809-2823. PMID: 28188217.
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    5. Placzek AN, Prisco GV, Khatiwada S, Sgritta M, Huang W, Krnjevic K, Kaufman RJ, Dani JA, Walter P, Costa-Mattioli M. eIF2a-mediated translational control regulates the persistence of cocaine-induced LTP in midbrain dopamine neurons. Elife. 2016 12 13; 5. PMID: 27960077.
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    6. Griguoli M, Sgritta M, Cherubini E. Presynaptic BK channels control transmitter release: physiological relevance and potential therapeutic implications. J Physiol. 2016 07 01; 594(13):3489-500. PMID: 26969302.
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    7. Galliano E, Baratella M, Sgritta M, Ruigrok TJ, Haasdijk ED, Hoebeek FE, D'Angelo E, Jaarsma D, De Zeeuw CI. Anatomical investigation of potential contacts between climbing fibers and cerebellar Golgi cells in the mouse. Front Neural Circuits. 2013; 7:59. PMID: 23580075.
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