A comparative study of cybersickness during exposure to virtual reality and “classic” motion sickness: are they different?
- Belaya, Irina, Ivanova, Mariia, Malm, Tarja, Grubman, Alexandra, Tanila, Heikka, Kanninen, Katja M., Sorvari, Annika, Ilicic, Marina, Loppi, Sanna, Koivisto, Hennariikka, Varricchio, Alessandra, Tikkanen, Heikki, Walker, Frederick R., Atalay, Mustafa
Can we use 2,3,5-triphenyltetrazolium chloride-atained brain slices for other purposes? The application of western blotting
Chronic stress exposure following photothrombotic stroke is associated with increased levels of Amyloid beta accumulation and altered oligomerisation at sites of thalamic secondary neurodegeneration in mice
Chronic stress induced disruption of the peri-infarct neurovascular unit following experimentally induced photothrombotic stroke
Cybersickness-related changes in brain hemodynamics: a pilot study comparing transcranial Doppler and near-infrared spectroscopy assessments during a virtual ride on a roller coaster
Exercise reverses the effects of early life stress on orexin cell reactivity in male but not female rats
Exploring how low oxygen post conditioning improves stroke-induced cognitive impairment: a consideration of amyloid-beta loading and other mechanisms
- Zhao, Zidan, Hood, Rebecca, Ong, Lin Kooi, Pietrogrande, Giovanni, Sanchez Bezanilla, Sonia, Warren, Kirby E., Ilicic, Marina, Kluge, Murielle G., TeBay, Clifford, Ottersen, Ole P., Johnson, Sarah J., Nilsson, Michael, Walker, Frederick R.
- Maclean, Francesca L., Lau, Chew L., Beart, Philip M., Nisbet, David R., Ozergun, Ssm, O'Shea, Ross D., Cederfur, Cecilia, Wang, Jason, Healy, Kevin E., Walker, Frederick R., Tomas, Doris, Horne, Malcolm K.
Growth hormone improves cognitive function after experimental stroke
- Ong, Lin Kooi, Chow, Wei Zhen, Walker, Frederick R., Nilsson, Michael, Isgaard, Jörgen, Tebay, Clifford, Kluge, Murielle, Pietrogrande, Giovanni, Zalewska, Katarzyna, Crock, Patricia, Åberg, Daivd, Bivard, Andrew, Johnson, Sarah J.
Growth hormone promotes motor function after experimental stroke and enhances recovery-promoting mechanisms within the peri-infarct Area
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