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Brain phosphorylation of MeCP2 at serine 164 is developmentally regulated and globally alters its chromatin association
MeCP2 Related Studies Benefit from the Use of CD1 as Genetic Background
CDKL5 and Shootin1 Interact and Concur in Regulating Neuronal Polarization
MeCP2 Affects Skeletal Muscle Growth and Morphology through Non Cell-Autonomous Mechanisms
Defects During Mecp2 Null Embryonic Cortex Development Precede the Onset of Overt Neurological Symptoms
Methyl-CpG binding protein 2 (MeCP2) localizes at the centrosome and is required for proper mitotic spindle organization
Methyl-CpG binding protein 2 (MSynaptic synthesis, dephosphorylation, and degradation: a novel paradigm for an activity-dependent neuronal control of CDKL5
Synaptic synthesis, dephosphorylation, and degradation: a novel paradigm for an activity-dependent neuronal control of CDKL5
Rett Syndrome: From the Involved Genes to Treatment by Charlotte Kilstrup-Nielsend and Nicoletta Landsberger
LSD1 Neurospecific Alternative Splicing Controls Neuronal Excitability in Mouse Models of Epilepsy
MeCP2 post-translational modifications: a mechanism to control its involvement in synaptic plasticity and homeostasis?
Rett syndrome and the urge of novel approaches to study MeCP2 functions and mechanisms of action
What we know and would like to know about CDKL5 and its involvement in epileptic encephalopathy
Extrasynaptic N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor stimulation induces cytoplasmic translocation of the CDKL5 kinase and its proteasomal degradation
A novel transcript of cyclin-dependent kinase-like 5 (CDKL5) has an alternative C-terminus and is the predominant transcript in brain
The MeCP2/YY1 interaction regulates ANT1 expression at 4q35: novel hints for Rett syndrome pathogenesis
Methyl-CpG-binding protein 2 is phosphorylated by homeodomain-interacting protein kinase 2 and contributes to apoptosis
Functional consequences of mutations in CDKL5, an X-linked gene involved in infantile spasms and mental retardation
CDKL5 expression is modulated during neuronal development and its subcellular distribution is tightly regulated by the C-terminal tail

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