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-A Parkinson’s disease gene, DJ-1, repairs brain injury through Sox9 stabilization and astrogliosis-
-Different patterns of astrogliosis in the cortex, striatum, and hippocampus: pia mater damage is critical for scar formation-
-DJ-1 exerts anti-inflammatory functions of astrocytes through stabilization of Sox9, a transcription factor that regulates L-PGDs expression-
-DJ-1 regulates anti-inflammatory functions of astrocytes through regulation of L-PGDS expression-
-DJ-1, PARK7, plays critical roles in astrogliosis in injured brain-
-DJ-1, PARK7, plays critical roles in astrogliosis in injured brain-
-DJ-1, PARK7, plays critical roles in astrogliosis in injured brain-
-Effect of LRRK2 G2019S on response of microglia and astrocytes in injured brain-
-Expression and roles of osteopontin in injured brain-
-Expression of Kir4.1 in acquisition and loss of stemness-
-Investigation of the role of DJ-1 to chemoattractive property of damaged brain-
-Kir4.1, a regulator of stemness during dedifferentiation in injured brain-
-LRRK2 G2019S mutation attenuates microglial motility by inhibiting focal adhesion kinase-
-Meninges damage and blood vessel formation are critical for astrogliosis in the injured cortex-
-Region specific patterns of astrogliosis in the cortex and striatum: meninges damage and blood vessel formation are critical for scar formation-
-Regional difference of reactive astrogliosis in injured brain-
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