Volume 36, 2022

Table of Contents

Volume 36, Issue 2-3, 2022

Editorial

The origins of the force-from-lipid principle and the founding member of the TRP channel superfamily

Chun-Fang Wu (Editor-In-Chief)

Perspectives

 

The force-from-lipid principle and its origin, a ‘what is true for E. coli is true for the elephant’ refrain

Boris Martinac & Ching Kung

The light-activated TRP channel: the founding member of the TRP channel superfamily

Baruch Minke & William L. Pak

 

Original Research Articles

 

Abnormal larval neuromuscular junction morphology and physiology in Drosophila prickle isoform mutants with known axonal transport defects and adult seizure behavior

Atsushi Ueda, Tristan C. D. G. O’Harrow, Xiaomin Xing, Salleh Ehaideb, J. Robert Manak & Chun-Fang Wu

Knockdown of PHLDA2 promotes apoptosis and autophagy of glioma cells through the AKT/mTOR pathway

Chengyong Guo, Shuo Liu, Tao Zhang, Jipeng Yang, Zhaohui Liang & Shengkui Lu

Abnormalities of neural stem cells in Lesch–Nyhan disease

Ashok R. Dinasarapu, Diane J. Sutcliffe, Fatemeh Seifar, Jasper E. Visser & H. A. Jinnah

Volume 36, Issue 1, 2022

Original Research Articles

Reduction of the α-synuclein expression promotes slowing down early neuropathology development in the Drosophila model of Parkinson’s disease

Ilia M. Golomidov, Evgenia M. Latypova, Elena V. Ryabova, Olga I. Bolshakova, Artem E. Komissarov & Svetlana V. Sarantseva

lncRNA XIST induces Aβ accumulation and neuroinflammation by the epigenetic repression of NEP in Alzheimer’s disease

Xi-Wu Yan, Huai-Jun Liu, Yu-Xing Hong, Ting Meng, Jun Du & Cheng Chang

Novel insights into the genetic profile of hereditary spastic paraplegia in India

Sundarapandian Narendiran, Monojit Debnath, Sumanth Shivaram, Ramakrishnan Kannan, Shivani Sharma, Rita Christopher, Doniparthi V. Seshagiri, Sanjeev Jain, Meera Purushottam, Sandhya Mangalore, Rose Dawn Bharath, Parayil Sankaran Bindu, Sanjib Sinha, Arun B. Taly & Madhu Nagappa

LncRNA GAS5 promotes epilepsy progression through the epigenetic repression of miR-219, in turn affecting CaMKIIγ/NMDAR pathway

Chen-Sheng Zhao, Dong-Xing Liu, Yan-Huai Fan & Jian-Kun Wu