A paper entitled “Pathway-specific dopaminergic deficits in a mouse model of Angelman syndrome” from the Malanga Lab was recently accepted for publication in the Journal of Clinical Investigation (Impact Factor = 13.1). This work was the result of a collaboration between the Malanga Lab, the Philpot Lab in the Department of Cell and Molecular Physiology, and the Wightman Lab in the Department of Chemistry. Thorfinn Riday (Philpot Lab) and Elyse Dankoski (Wightman Lab), graduate students in the UNC Neurobiology Curriculum, were first and second authors, respectively. Eric Fish and Michael Krouse (Malanga Lab) also contributed.

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