Department of Brain Science35

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-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-
-Comparison of neurobehavioral and pathological deficit in normotensive and spontaneously hypertensive rats following chronic cerebral hypoperfusion-
-Complete bridging of the cystic cavities by temperature sensitive poly(phosphazene) hydrogel via induction of extracellular matrix remodeling in contusive spinal cord injury model-
-Demethylation of c-Myc gene triggers transcription of a group of regeneration-associated genes in DRG sensory neurons following conditioning peripheral nerve injury-
-Distinctive behavioral and pathological outcomes between normotensive and spontaneously hypertensive rats following chronic cerebral hypoperfusion-
-DJ-1, PARK7, plays critical roles in astrogliosis in injured brain-
-DJ-1, PARK7, plays critical roles in astrogliosis in injured brain-
-Essential contribution of macrophage activation to enhanced sensory axon regeneration by conditioning injury-
-Genetic perturbation of glycolytic pathway altered circadian rhythms in Drosophila-
-Identification of direct Nurr1 target genes having a critical role in dopaminergic neuronal specification and maintenance-
-IGF-1 SIGNALING REGULATES SURVIVAL OF GRAFT NEURAL STEM CELLS IN VITRO AND IN VIVO ATTER SPINAL CORD INJURY-
-Influence of hypertension on neurobehavioral and pathological outcomes after chronic cerebral hypoperfusion in rats-
-Insulin like growth factor 1 participates in the effects of treadmill training on the survival of transplanted neural stem cells after spinal cord injury-
-Insulin-like growth factor-1 is an important determinant of activity-induced increases in the survival of graft neural stem cells after spinal cord injury-
-Insulin-like growth factor-1 receptor signaling determines the survival and migration of grafted neural stem cells in the lesioned spinal cord-
-Knockdown of phosphofructokinase in clock cells lengthens the circadian period in Drosophila-
-LRRK2 G2019S mutation attenuates microglial motility by inhibiting focal adhesion kinase-
-Macrophage-derived oncomodulin plays a critical role in the neuron-macrophage interactions in enhancement of intrinsic regenerative capacity-
-Makorin1 is required for oogenesis-
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