* Co-first author, # Corresponding author, selected from 34.

  1. Zhu WH, Yang XX, Gou XZ, Fu SM, Chen JH, Gao F, Shen Y, Bi D, Tang, AH# (2023) Nanoscale reorganization of synaptic proteins in Alzheimer’s disease. Appl. Neurobiol. In press.
  2. Sun SY, Nie LY, Fang X, Luo HM, Fu C, Wei Z, Tang AH# (2023) The KIF21A-KANK1 interaction regulates dendritic morphology and synapse plasticity in neurons. Neural Regen Res. In press.
  3. Li J*, Shang Z*, Chen JH* , Gu W*, Yao L*, Yang X, Sun X, Wang L, Wang T, Liu S, Li J, Hou T, Xing D, Gill DL, Li J, Wang SQ, Hou L, Zhou Y#, Tang AH#, Zhang X#, Wang Y# (2023) Engineering of NEMO as calcium indicators with large dynamics and high sensitivity. Nat Methods, 20: 918–924.
  4. Han Y*, Cao R*, Qin L, Chen LY, Tang AH#, Südhof TC#, Zhang B# (2022) Neuroligin3 confines AMPA receptors in nanoclusters and controls synaptic strength at the calyx of Held. Sci Adv., 8(24): eabo4173.
  5. Sarkar D, Kang J, Wassie AT, Schroeder ME, Peng Z, Tarr TB, Tang AH, Niederst E, Young JZ, Su H, Park D, Yin P, Tsai LH, Blanpied TA, Boyden ES (2022) Expansion Revealing: Decrowding Proteins to Unmask Invisible Brain Nanostructures. Nat Biomed Eng, 6(9):1057-1073.
  6. Gou XZ*, Ramsey AM*#, Tang AH# (2022) Re-examination of the determinants of synaptic strength from the perspective of superresolution imaging. Curr Opin Neurobiol., 74:102540.
  7. Sun SY, Cao R, Zh Y, Sheng N#, Tang AH# (2022) Correlative assembly of subsynaptic nanoscale organizations during development. Front Synaptic Neurosci., 14:748184.
  8. Ramsey A*, Tang AH*, LeGates TA, Gou XZ, Carbone BE, Thompson SM,  Biederer T and Blanpied TA# (2021) Subsynaptic positioning of AMPARs by LRRTM2 controls synaptic strength. Sci Adv., 7(34): eabf3126.
  9. Chen JH, Blanpied TA and Tang AH# (2020) Quantification of Trans-synaptic Protein Alignment: A Data Analysis Case for Single-molecule Localization Microscopy. Methods. 174: 72-80. PMID: 31325491. PMCID: PMC6980469.
  10. Chen H*, Tang AH*, and Blanpied TA# (2018) Subsynaptic spatial organization as a regulator of synaptic strength and plasticity. Curr Opin Neurobiol.. 51:147-153. PMID: 29902592.
  11. Mengistu M, Tang AH, Foulke, JS Jr., Blanpied TA, Gonzalez M, Spouge J, Lewis GK and DeVico AL# (2017) Patterns of Conserved gp120 Epitope Presentation on Attached HIV-1 Virions. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 114(46):E9893-E9902. PMID: 29087304. PMCID: PMC5699032.
  12. Tang AH*#, Chen H*, Li TP, Metzbower SR, Mac Gillavry HD and Blanpied TA# (2016) A transsynaptic nanocolumn aligns neurotransmitter release to receptors. Nature. 536: 210–214. PMID: 27462810. PMCID: PMC5002394.
  13. de Arce KP, Schrod N, Metzbower SWR, Kong G, Tang AH, Liu X, Blanpied TA, Lucic V and Biederer T# (2015) Topographic mapping of the synaptic cleft into adhesive nanodomains. Neuron, 88(6): 1165-1172. PMID: 26687224. PMCID: PMC4687029.
  14. Tang AH# and Alger BE (2015) Homer protein–metabotropic glutamate receptor binding regulates endocannabinoid signaling and affects hyperexcitability in a mouse model of Fragile X Syndrome. J Neurosci. 35(9):3938-45. PMID: 25740522. PMCID: PMC4348189.
  15. Tang AH, Karson MA, Nagode DA, McIntosh JM, Uebele VN, Renger JJ, Klugmann M, Milner TA, Alger BE# (2011) Nerve terminal nAChRs initiate quantal GABA release from perisomatic interneurons by activating axonal T-type (Cav3) Ca2+ channels and Ca2+ release from stores. J Neurosci, 31: 13546 - 13561. PMID: 21940446. PMCID: PMC3353409.
  16. Tang AH#, Wang SQ (2009) Transition of spiral calcium waves between multiple stable patterns can be triggered by a single calcium spark in a fire-diffuse-fire model. Chaos, 19: 037114-037114-6. PMID: 19792039. PMCID: PMC2769544.
  17. Karson MA*, Tang AH*, Milner T and Alger BE# (2009) Synaptic cross-talk between perisomatic-targeting interneuron classes in hippocampus. J Neurosci. 29: 4140-4154. PMID: 19339609. PMCID: PMC2853357.