W. Christopher Risher
W. Christopher Risher
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Rapid Golgi analysis method for efficient and unbiased classification of dendritic spines
WC Risher, T Ustunkaya, J Singh Alvarado, C Eroglu
PloS one 9 (9), e107591, 2014
Real‐time passive volume responses of astrocytes to acute osmotic and ischemic stress in cortical slices and in vivo revealed by two‐photon microscopy
WC Risher, RD Andrew, SA Kirov
Glia 57 (2), 207-221, 2009
Thrombospondins as key regulators of synaptogenesis in the central nervous system
WC Risher, C Eroglu
Matrix Biology 31 (3), 170-177, 2012
Astrocytes refine cortical connectivity at dendritic spines
WC Risher, S Patel, IH Kim, A Uezu, S Bhagat, DK Wilton, LJ Pilaz, ...
Elife 3, e04047, 2014
Recurrent spontaneous spreading depolarizations facilitate acute dendritic injury in the ischemic penumbra
WC Risher, D Ard, J Yuan, SA Kirov
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (29), 9859-9868, 2010
Huntingtin is required for normal excitatory synapse development in cortical and striatal circuits
SU McKinstry, YB Karadeniz, AK Worthington, VY Hayrapetyan, MI Ozlu, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (28), 9455-9472, 2014
Thrombospondin receptor α2δ-1 promotes synaptogenesis and spinogenesis via postsynaptic Rac1
WC Risher, N Kim, S Koh, JE Choi, P Mitev, EF Spence, LJ Pilaz, D Wang, ...
Journal of Cell Biology 217 (10), 3747-3765, 2018
Adolescent intermittent alcohol exposure: persistence of structural and functional hippocampal abnormalities into adulthood
ML Risher, RL Fleming, WC Risher, KM Miller, RC Klein, T Wills, ...
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 39 (6), 989-997, 2015
Persistent astroglial swelling accompanies rapid reversible dendritic injury during stroke‐induced spreading depolarizations
WC Risher, D Croom, SA Kirov
Glia 60 (11), 1709-1720, 2012
Adolescent intermittent alcohol exposure: dysregulation of thrombospondins and synapse formation are associated with decreased neuronal density in the adult hippocampus
ML Risher, HG Sexton, WC Risher, WA Wilson, RL Fleming, RD Madison, ...
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 39 (12), 2403-2413, 2015
Clinical and basic research investigations into the long‐term effects of prenatal opioid exposure on brain development
T Boggess, WC Risher
Journal of neuroscience research 100 (1), 396-409, 2022
Regulation of synaptic development by astrocyte signaling factors and their emerging roles in substance abuse
CD Walker, WC Risher, ML Risher
Cells 9 (2), 297, 2020
Dibucaine mitigates spreading depolarization in human neocortical slices and prevents acute dendritic injury in the ischemic rodent neocortex
WC Risher, MR Lee, IV Fomitcheva, DC Hess, SA Kirov
PLoS One 6 (7), e22351, 2011
Emerging roles for α2δ subunits in calcium channel function and synaptic connectivity
WC Risher, C Eroglu
Current opinion in neurobiology 63, 162-169, 2020
Astrocyte-derived thrombospondin induces cortical synaptogenesis in a sex-specific manner
A Mazur, EH Bills, KM DeSchepper, JC Williamson, BJ Henderson, ...
Eneuro 8 (4), 2021
Alterations in excitatory and inhibitory synaptic development within the mesolimbic dopamine pathway in a mouse model of prenatal drug exposure
T Boggess, JC Williamson, EB Niebergall, H Sexton, A Mazur, RD Egleton, ...
Frontiers in pediatrics 9, 794544, 2021
Astrocytes and synaptogenesis
WC Risher, C Eroglu
Synapse Development and Maturation, 55-75, 2020
SynBot: An open-source image analysis software for automated quantification of synapses
JT Savage, J Ramirez, W Christopher Risher, Y Wang, D Irala, C Eroglu
bioRxiv, 2023.06. 26.546578, 2023
Roles of the synaptic molecules Hevin and SPARC in mouse neuromuscular junction development and repair
VL Brayman, T Taetzsch, MK Miko, S Dahal, WC Risher, G Valdez
Neuroscience letters 746, 135663, 2021
Abnormal morphology and synaptogenic signaling in astrocytes following prenatal opioid exposure
EB Niebergall, D Weekley, A Mazur, NA Olszewski, KM DeSchepper, ...
Cells 13 (10), 837, 2024
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