A parallel genome-wide mRNA and microRNA profiling of the frontal cortex of HIV patients with and without HIV-associated dementia shows the role of axon guidance and downstream pathways in HIV-mediated neurodegeneration
- Gasparotto, Juciano, Ribeiro, Camila Tiefensee, Leipnitz, Guilhian, Gomes, Henrique Mautone, de Bittencourt Pasquali, Matheus Augusto, Dunkley, Peter R., Dickson, Phillip W., Moreira, José Claudio Fonseca, Gelain, Daniel Pens, Bortolin, Rafael Calixto, Somensi, Nauana, Fernandes, Henrique Schaan, Teixeira, Alexsander Alves, Guasselli, Marcelo Otavio Rodrigues, Agani, Crepin Aziz Jose O., Souza, Natália Cabral, Grings, Mateus
Expression of tyrosine hydroxylase isoforms and phosphorylation at serine 40 in the human nigrostriatal system in Parkinson's disease
Host-microbiome interactions: the aryl hydrocarbon receptor and the central nervous system
Key mechanisms underlying damage and repair processes in sites of secondary neurodegeneration after ischemic stroke
Noncoding RNA regulation of dopamine signaling in diseases of the central nervous system
Pathological relationships involving iron and myelin may constitute a shared mechanism linking various rare and common brain diseases
- Heidari, Moones, Gerami, Sam H., Ryteng, Mina, Olynyk, John K., Trinder, Debbie, Johnstone, Daniel M., Milward, Elizabeth A., Bassett, Brianna, Graham, Ross M., Chua, Anita C.G., Aryal, Ritambhara, House, Michael J., Collingwood, Joanna F., Bettencourt, Conceição, Houldeng, Henry
Reconsidering the role of glial cells in chronic stress-induced dopaminergic neurons loss within the substantia nigra? Friend or foe?
Selective inhibition of the mitochondrial permeability transition pore protects against neurodegeneration in experimental multiple sclerosis
- Warne, Justin, Pryce, Gareth, Chan, A. W. Edith, Towers, Greg J., Coker, Alun R., Duchen, Michael R., Szabadkai, Gyorgy, Baker, David, Selwood, David L., Hill, Julia M., Shi, Xiao, Lennerås, Felicia, Puentes, Fabiola, Kip, Maarten, Hilditch, Laura, Walker, Paul, Simone, Michela I.
The cysteine residue of glial fibrillary acidic protein is a critical target for lipoxidation and required for efficient network organization
- Wright, David K., Liu, Shijie, Johnston, Leigh A., Shultz, Sandy R., van der Poel, Chris, McDonald, Stuart J., Brady, Rhys D., Taylor, Lily, Yang, Li, Gardner, Andrew J., Ordidge, Roger, O'Brien, Terence
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