Publications

Selected Publications

  • Araya R. Input transformation by dendritic spines of pyramidal neurons. Front Neuroanat. (2014) 2;8:141. [Link]

  • Araya, R*., Vogels, T. and Yuste, R. Activity-dependent dendritic spine neck changes are correlated with synaptic strength. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. (2014) 111: 2895-904. *corresponding author [Link]

  • Araya, R., Andino-Pavlovsky, V., Yuste, R., Etchenique, R. Two-Photon Optical Interrogation of Individual Dendritic Spines with Caged Dopamine. ACS Chem Neurosci. (2013) 4: 1163-7. [Link]

  • Nikolenko, V., Peterka, D.S., Araya, R., Woodruff, A., Yuste, R. Spatial light modulator microscopy. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols 2013 (12) [Link]

  • Watson, B.O., Nikolenko V., Araya, R, Peterka D.S., Woodruff A., Yuste R. Two-photon microscopy with diffractive optical elements and spatial light modulators. Frontiers in Neuroscience. (2010) 15;4. [Link]

  • Fino, E., Araya, R., Peterka, D. S., Salierno, M., Etchenique, R., and Yuste, R. RuBi-Glutamate: Two-photon and visible-light photoactivation of neurons and dendritic spines. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. (2009) 3:2. [Link]

  • Nikolenko, V. Watson, B. O., Araya, R., Woodruff, A., Peterka, D. S. and Yuste, R. SLM Microscopy: Scanless Two-photon Imaging and Photostimulation using Spatial Light Modulators. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. (2008) 2: 5. [Link]

  • Araya, R., Nikolenko, V., Eisenthal, K.B., and Yuste, R. Spine sodium channels amplify spine potentials. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. (2007) 104:12347-52. [Link]

  • Araya, R., Eisenthal, K.B., and Yuste, R. Dendritic spines linearize the summation of excitatory potentials. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. (2006) 103:18799-804. [Link]

  • Araya, R.,Jiang, J., Eisenthal, K.B., and Yuste R. The spine neck filters membrane potentials. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. (2006) 103:17961-6. [Link]

  • Araya, R., Liberona, J.L., Cardenas, J.C., Riveros, N., Estrada, M., Powell, J.A., Carrasco, M.A., and Jaimovich, E. Dihydropyridine receptors as voltage sensors for a depolarization-evoked, IP3R-mediated, slow calcium signal in skeletal muscle cells. J. Gen. Physiol. (2002) 121: 3-16 [Link]

All Publications

  • Saito, Y., Miranda-Rottmann, S., Ruggiu, M., Park, C.Y., Fak, J.J., Zhong, R., Duncan, J.S., Fabella, B.A., Junge, H.J., Chen, Z., Araya, R., Fritzsch, B., Hudspeth, A.J., Darnell, R.B. NOVA2-mediated RNA regulation is required for axonal pathfinding during development. eLife (2016) 25:5 [Link]

  • Araya R. Input transformation by dendritic spines of pyramidal neurons. Front Neuroanat. (2014) 2;8:141. [Link]

  • Araya, R†., Vogels, T. and Yuste, R. Activity-dependent dendritic spine neck changes are correlated with synaptic strength. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. (2014) 111: 2895-904. †Author principal [Link]

  • Araya, R., Andino-Pavlovsky, V., Yuste, R., Etchenique, R. Two-Photon Optical Interrogation of Individual Dendritic Spines with Caged Dopamine. ACS Chem Neurosci. (2013) 4: 1163-7. [Link]

  • Nikolenko, V., Peterka, D.S., Araya, R., Woodruff, A., Yuste, R. Spatial light modulator microscopy. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols 2013 (12) [Link]

  • Peterka, D. S., Nikolenko, V., Fino, E., Araya, R., Etchenique, R., and Yuste, R. Fast two-photon neuronal imaging and control using a spatial light modulator and ruthenium compounds. Proc. of SPIE (2010) Vol. 7548 75484P-8. [Link]

  • Watson, B.O., Nikolenko V., Araya, R, Peterka D.S., Woodruff A., Yuste R. Two-photon microscopy with diffractive optical elements and spatial light modulators. Frontiers in Neuroscience. (2010) 15;4. [Link]

  • Vogels, T., Araya, R., Yuste, R. Modeling the electrical function of dendritic spines. Front. Syst. Neurosci [Link]

  • Fino, E., Araya, R., Peterka, D. S., Salierno, M., Etchenique, R., and Yuste, R. RuBi-Glutamate: Two-photon and visible-light photoactivation of neurons and dendritic spines. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. (2009) 3:2. [Link]

  • Nikolenko, V. Watson, B. O., Araya, R., Woodruff, A., Peterka, D. S. and Yuste, R. SLM Microscopy: Scanless Two-photon Imaging and Photostimulation using Spatial Light Modulators. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. (2008) 2: 5. [Link]

  • Araya, R., Nikolenko, V., Eisenthal, K.B., and Yuste, R. Spine sodium channels amplify spine potentials. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. (2007) 104:12347-52. [Link]

  • Corvalan, L.A., Araya, R., Branes, M.C., Saez, P.J., Kalergis, A.M., Tobar, J.A., Theis, M., Willecke, K., Saez, J.C.. Injury of skeletal muscle and specific cytokines induce the expression of gap junction channels in mouse dendritic cells. J Cell Physiol. (2007) 211:649-60. [Link]

  • Araya, R., Eisenthal, K.B., and Yuste, R. Dendritic spines linearize the summation of excitatory potentials. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. (2006) 103:18799-804. [Link]

  • Araya, R.,Jiang, J., Eisenthal, K.B., and Yuste R. The spine neck filters membrane potentials. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. (2006) 103:17961-6. [Link]

  • Araya, R†., Eckardt, D., Maxeiner, S., Krüger, O., Theis, M., Willecke, K., and Sáez, J.C. Expression of connexins during differentiation and regeneration of skeletal muscle: Functional relevance of connexin43. J Cell Sci. (2005) 118:27-37. †Author principal [Link]

  • Araya, R†., Riquelme, M.A.,Brandan, E., and Sáez, J.C. The formation of skeletal muscle myotubes requires functional membrane receptors activated by extracellular ATP”. Brain Res Brain Res Rev. (2004) 47:174-88. †Author principal [Link]

  • Araya, R†., Eckardt, D., Riquelme, M.A., Willecke, K., Saez, J.C. Presence and importance of connexin43 during myogenesis. Cell Commun. Adhes. (2003) 10:451-6. †Author principal [Link]

  • Araya, R., Liberona, J.L., Cardenas, J.C., Riveros, N., Estrada, M., Powell, J.A., Carrasco, M.A., and Jaimovich, E. Dihydropyridine receptors as voltage sensors for a depolarization-evoked, IP3R-mediated, slow calcium signal in skeletal muscle cells. J. Gen. Physiol. (2002) 121: 3-16 [Link]

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Research Topic Active properties of Dendrites