Department of Brain Science117

Pub YearTitleAuthor(s)
-A C-terminal region of dCLOCK is essential for Photic entrainment induced Circadian activity rhythms-
-A novel in vitro model for white matter ischemic damage: hypoxia-induced axonal degeneration in cultured cerebellar slices-
-A Parkinson’s disease gene, DJ-1, regulates the astrogliosis for repair of injured brain-
-A Parkinson’s disease gene, DJ-1, repairs brain injury through Sox9 stabilization and astrogliosis-
-Alteration in global DNA methylation influences axon growth capacity after conditioning injury-
-AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) regulates circadian rhythm via affecting CLOCK in Drosophila-
-An axotomy in CNS elicits retrograde injury signal that leads to a transient activation of regeneration-associated genes-
-An injectable hydrogel enhances tissue repair and survival of transplanted neural stem cells after spinal cord injury-
-Arginase 1-dependent oncomodulin expression is a critical determinant of pro regenerative macrophage phenotype following preconditioning peripher al nerve injury-
-Arginase 1/polyamine pathway activates oncomodulin production in macrophages that support axon growth capacity-
-Arginase-1-dependent oncomodulin expression in macrophages with neurite outgrowth activities-
-Association of α-synuclein level with REM sleep behavior disorder in early Parkinson’s disease-
-Behavioral and cellular circadian rhythms are associated with cognition and disability, but not with cortical amyloid burden in patient with cognitive impairment-
-Beneficial effects of paracrine HMGB1 action through TLR2 on ischemic oligodendrocyte death and white matter injury-
-Beneficial effects of paracrine HMGB1 action through TLR2 on ischemic oligodendrocyte death and white matter injury-
-CG5808, mammalian peptidyl-prolyl isomerase like4 (PPIL4) homolog functions to fine-tune Drosophila circadian clock-
-CG7028, Drosophila orthologue of human pre-mRNA processing factor 4B (PRPF4B) is required for circadian rhythm generation.-
-Circadian clock speed is regulated by AMPK in Drosophila-
-Circadian rest-activity rhythm is associated with cognition and disability but not neuroimaging biomarkers in patient with cognitive impairment-
-Comparison of neurobehavioral and pathological deficit in normotensive and spontaneously hypertensive rats following chronic cerebral hypoperfusion-
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