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  1. Delayed viral vector mediated delivery of neurotrophin-3 improves skilled hindlimb function and stability after thoracic contusion

    Sydney-Smith, J., Koltchev, A., Moon, L. D. F. & Warren, P., Feb 2023, In: Experimental Neurology. 360, 114278.

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  2. Peripherally delivered Adeno-Associated Viral Vectors for spinal cord injury repair

    Sydney-Smith, J., Barroso Spejo, A., Warren, P. & Moon, L. D. F., Feb 2022, In: Experimental Neurology. 348, 113945.

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  3. Inhibition of the NLRP3 inflammasome by OLT1177 induces functional protection and myelin preservation after spinal cord injury

    Amo-Aparicio, J., Garcia-Garcia, J., Puigdomenech, M., Francos-Quijorna, I., Skouras, D. B., Dinarello, C. A. & Lopez-Vales, R., Jan 2022, In: Experimental Neurology. 347, 113889.

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  4. Neurotrophin-3 attenuates human peripheral blood T cell and monocyte activation status and cytokine production post stroke

    Müller, M. L., Peglau, L., Moon, L. D. F., Groß, S., Schulze, J., Ruhnau, J. & Vogelgesang, A., Jan 2022, In: Experimental Neurology. 347, 113901.

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  5. Protection against oxaliplatin-induced mechanical and thermal hypersensitivity in Sarm1−/− mice

    Gould, S. A., White, M., Wilbrey, A. L., Pór, E., Coleman, M. P. & Adalbert, R., Apr 2021, In: Experimental Neurology. 338, 113607.

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  6. The spatiotemporal spread of cervical spinal cord contusion injury pathology revealed by 3D in-line phase contrast synchrotron X-ray microtomography

    Bradbury, E., Strotton, M., Bodey, A., Wanelik, K., Hobbs, C. & Rau, C., 12 Nov 2020, (Accepted/In press) In: Experimental Neurology. EXNR-20-393R1.

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  7. Refining rodent models of spinal cord injury

    Lilley, E., Andrews, M. R., Bradbury, E. J., Elliott, H., Hawkins, P., Ichiyama, R. M., Keeley, J., Michael-Titus, A. T., Moon, L. D. F., Pluchino, S., Riddell, J., Ryder, K. & Yip, P. K., Jun 2020, In: Experimental Neurology. 328, 113273.

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  8. Regulation of autophagy by inhibitory CSPG interactions with receptor PTPσ and its impact on plasticity and regeneration after spinal cord injury

    Warren, P., Tran, A. & Silver, J., Jun 2020, In: Experimental Neurology. 328, 113276.

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  9. Insulin resistance: Genetic associations with depression and cognition in population based cohorts

    Frangou, S., Shirali, M., Adams, M. J., Howard, D. M., Gibson, J., Hall, L. S., Smith, B. H., Padmanabhan, S., Murray, A. D., Porteous, D. J., Haley, C. S., Deary, I. J., Clarke, T-K. & McIntosh, A. M., 1 Jun 2019, In: Experimental Neurology. 316, p. 20-26 7 p.

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  10. Mid-cervical spinal cord contusion causes robust deficits in respiratory parameters and pattern variability

    Warren, P. M., Campanaro, C., Jacono, F. J. & Alilain, W. J., 1 Aug 2018, In: Experimental Neurology. 306, 0, p. 122-131 10 p.

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  11. Developing a data sharing community for spinal cord injury research

    Moon, L. D., Sep 2017, In: Experimental Neurology. 295, p. 135-143

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  12. Intranasal C3a treatment ameliorates cognitive impairment in a mouse model of neonatal hypoxic–ischemic brain injury

    Morán, J., Stokowska, A., Walker, F. R., Mallard, C., Hagberg, H. & Pekna, M., 4 Jan 2017, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Experimental Neurology.

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  13. Glial response to 17β-estradiol in neonatal rats with excitotoxic brain injury

    Pansiot, J., Pham, H., Dalous, J., Chevenne, D., Colella, M., Schwendimann, L., Fafouri, A., Mairesse, J., Moretti, R., Schang, A-L., Charriaut-Marlangue, C., Gressens, P. & Baud, O., Aug 2016, In: Experimental Neurology. 282, p. 56-65 10 p.

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  14. Chondroitinase gene therapy improves upper limb function following cervical contusion injury

    James, N. D., Shea, J., Muir, E. M., Verhaagen, J., Schneider, B. L. & Bradbury, E. J., 1 Sep 2015, In: Experimental Neurology. 271, p. 131-135 5 p.

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  15. Large animal and primate models of spinal cord injury for the testing of novel therapies

    Kwon, B. K., Streijger, F., Hill, C. E., Anderson, A. J., Bacon, M., Beattie, M. S., Blesch, A., Bradbury, E. J., Brown, A., Bresnahan, J. C., Case, C. C., Colburn, R. W., David, S., Fawcett, J. W., Ferguson, A. R., Fischer, I., Floyd, C. L., Gensel, J. C., Houle, J. D., Jakeman, L. B., & 18 othersJeffery, N. D., Jones, L. A. T., Kleitman, N., Kocsis, J., Lu, P., Magnuson, D. S. K., Marsala, M., Moore, S. W., Mothe, A. J., Oudega, M., Plant, G. W., Rabchevsky, A. S., Schwab, J. M., Silver, J., Steward, O., Xu, X. M., Guest, J. D. & Tetzlaff, W., 1 Jul 2015, In: Experimental Neurology. 269, p. 154-168 15 p.

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  16. Conditional N-WASP knockout in mouse brain implicates actin cytoskeleton regulation in hydrocephalus pathology

    Jain, N., Lim, L. W., Tan, W. T., George, B., Makeyev, E. & Thanabalu, T., Apr 2014, In: Experimental Neurology. 254, p. 29-40 12 p.

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  17. Kv2 dysfunction after peripheral axotomy enhances sensory neuron responsiveness to sustained input

    Tsantoulas, C., Zhu, L., Yip, P., Grist, J., Michael, G. J. & McMahon, S. B., Jan 2014, In: Experimental Neurology. 251, p. 115-126 12 p.

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  18. Chondroitinase ABC promotes plasticity of spinal reflexes following peripheral nerve injury

    Bosch, K. D., Bradbury, E. J., Verhaagen, J., Fawcett, J. W. & McMahon, S. B., Nov 2012, In: Experimental Neurology. 238, 1, p. 64-78 15 p.

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  19. Dual action of NO synthases on blood flow and infarct volume consecutive to neonatal focal cerebral ischemia

    Bonnin, P., Leger, P-L., Villapol, S., Deroide, N., Gressens, P., Pocard, M., Renolleau, S., Baud, O. & Charriaut-Marlangue, C., Jul 2012, In: Experimental Neurology. 236, 1, p. 50-57 8 p., N/A.

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  20. Chondroitin sulphate proteoglycans: Key modulators of spinal cord and brain plasticity

    Bartus, K., James, N. D., Bosch, K. D. & Bradbury, E. J., May 2012, In: Experimental Neurology. 235, 1, p. 5-17 13 p., N/A.

    Research output: Contribution to journalLiterature reviewpeer-review

  21. Re-wiring the spinal cord: introduction to the special issue on plasticity after spinal cord injury

    Bradbury, E. J., May 2012, In: Experimental Neurology. 235, 1, p. 1-4 4 p.

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  22. Microglial signalling mechanisms: Cathepsin S and Fractalkine

    Clark, A. K. & Malcangio, M., Apr 2012, In: Experimental Neurology. 234, 2, p. 283 - 292 10 p.

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  23. The mechanisms of microgliosis and pain following peripheral nerve injury

    Calvo, M. & Bennett, D. L. H., Apr 2012, In: Experimental Neurology. 234, 2, p. 271 - 282 12 p.

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  24. New insights into non-coding RNA networks in Huntington's disease

    Buckley, N. J. & Johnson, R., Oct 2011, In: Experimental Neurology. 231, 2, p. 191-194 4 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalEditorialpeer-review

  25. Delayed treatment with Chondroitinase ABC reverses chronic atrophy of rubrospinal neurons following spinal cord injury

    Carter, L. M., McMahon, S. B. & Bradbury, E. J., Mar 2011, In: Experimental Neurology. 228, 1, p. 149 - 156 8 p.

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  26. The partial dopamine agonist pardoprunox (SLV308) administered in combination with L-dopa improves efficacy and decreases dyskinesia in MPTP treated common marmosets

    Tayarani-Binazir, K., Jackson, M. J., Rose, S., McCreary, A. C. & Jenner, P., Dec 2010, In: Experimental Neurology. 226, 2, p. 320 - 327 8 p.

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  27. Sustained sensorimotor impairments after endothelin-1 induced focal cerebral ischemia (stroke) in aged rats

    Soleman, S., Yip, P., Leasure, J. L. & Moon, L., Mar 2010, In: Experimental Neurology. 222, 1, p. 13 - 24 12 p.

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  28. Continuous rotigotine administration reduces dyskinesia resulting from pulsatile treatment with rotigotine or L-DOPA in MPTP-treated common marmosets

    Stockwell, K. A., Scheller, D. K. A., Smith, L. A., Rose, S., Iravani, M. M., Jackson, M. J. & Jenner, P., Jan 2010, In: Experimental Neurology. 221, 1, p. 79 - 85 7 p.

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  29. Transport of prion proteins across the blood-brain barrier

    Begley, D. J., Dec 2009, In: Experimental Neurology. 220, 2, p. 217 - 218 2 p.

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  30. Differentiation-dependent progesterone synthesis and metabolism in NT2-N human neurons

    Pistritto, G., Papacleovoulou, G., Ragone, G., Di Cesare, S., Papaleo, V., Mason, J. I. & Barbaccia, M. L., Jun 2009, In: Experimental Neurology. 217, 2, p. 302-311 10 p.

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  31. Cerebellar pathology and motor deficits in the palmitoyl protein thioesterase 1-deficient mouse

    Macauley, S. L., Wozniak, D. F., Kielar, C., Tan, Y., Cooper, J. D. & Sands, M. S., May 2009, In: Experimental Neurology. 217, 1, p. 124 - 135 12 p.

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  32. The dopaminergic basis of sleep dysfunction and non motor symptoms of Parkinson's disease: Evidence from functional imaging

    Chaudhuri, K. R., 1 Apr 2009, In: Experimental Neurology. 216, 2, p. 247-248 2 p.

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  33. Evidence of dopamine dysfunction in the hypothalamus of patients with Parkinson's disease: an in vivo 11C-raclopride PET study

    Politis, M., Piccini, P., Pavese, N., Koh, S-B. & Brooks, D. J., Nov 2008, In: Experimental Neurology. 214, 1, p. 112-116 5 p.

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  34. Local field potential beta activity in the subthalamic nucleus of patients with Parkinson's disease is associated with improvements in bradykinesia after dopamine and deep brain stimulation

    Ray, N. J., Jenkinson, N., Wang, S., Holland, P., Brittain, J. S., Joint, C., Stein, J. F. & Aziz, T., Sep 2008, In: Experimental Neurology. 213, 1, p. 108-13 6 p.

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  35. Moving towards therapies for Juvenile Batten disease?

    Cooper, J. D., Jun 2008, In: Experimental Neurology. 211, 2, p. 329 - 331 3 p.

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  36. Continuous delivery of ropinirole reverses motor deficits without dyskinesia induction in MPTP-treated common marmosets

    Stockwell, K., Virley, DJ., Perren, M., Iravani, M., Jackson, MJ., Rose, S. & Jenner, P., May 2008, In: Experimental Neurology. 211, 1, p. 172-179 8 p.

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  37. Therapeutic time window for the application of chondroitinase ABC after spinal cord injury

    Garcia-Alias, G., Lin, R., Akrimi, S. F., Story, D., Bradbury, E. J. & Fawcett, J. W., Apr 2008, In: Experimental Neurology. 210, 2, p. 331 - 338 8 p.

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  38. Prevention of paclitaxel-evoked painful peripheral neuropathy by acetyl-L-carnitine: Effects on axonal mitochondria, sensory nerve fiber terminal arbors, and cutaneous Langerhans cells

    Jin, H. W., Flatters, S., Xiao, W. H., Mulhem, H. L. & Bennett, G. J., Mar 2008, In: Experimental Neurology. 210, 1, p. 229-237 9 p.

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  39. Does excitotoxic cell death of motor neurons in ALS arise from glutamate transporter and glutamate receptor abnormalities?

    Rattray, M. & Bendotti, C., Sep 2006, In: Experimental Neurology. 201, 1, p. 15 - 23 9 p.

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  40. Spinal ERK activation contributes to the regulation of bladder function in spinal cord injured rats.

    Cruz, C. D., McMahon, S. B. & Cruz, F., Jul 2006, In: Experimental Neurology. 200, 1, p. 66 - 73 8 p.

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  41. A conditionally immortal clonal stem cell line from human cortical neuroepithelium for the treatment of ischemic stroke

    Pollock, K., Stroemer, P., Patel, S., Stevanato, L., Hope, A., Miljan, E., Dong, Z., Hodges, H., Price, J. & Sinden, J. D., May 2006, In: Experimental Neurology. 199, 1, p. 143 - 155 13 p.

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  42. Heat shock protein 27 rescues motor neurons following nerve injury and preserves muscle function

    Sharp, P., Krishnan, M., Pullar, O., Navarrete, R., Wells, D. & de Belleroche, J., Apr 2006, In: Experimental Neurology. 198, 2, p. 511-518 8 p., N/A.

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  43. Does contraversive circling in the 6-OHDA-lesioned rat indicate an ability to induce motor complications as well as therapeutic effects in Parkinson's disease?

    Lane, E. L., Cheetham, S. C. & Jenner, P., Feb 2006, In: Experimental Neurology. 197, 2, p. 284 - 290 7 p.

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  44. Assessing behavioural function following a pyramidotomy lesion of the corticospinal tract in adult mice

    Starkey, M. L., Barritt, A. W., Yip, P. K., Davies, M., Hamers, F. T. P., McMahon, S. B. & Bradbury, E. J., Oct 2005, In: Experimental Neurology. 195, 2, p. 524 - 539 16 p.

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  45. Immune and glial cell factors as pain mediators and modulators

    McMahon, S. B., Cafferty, W. B. J. & Marchand, F., Apr 2005, In: Experimental Neurology. 192, 2, p. 444 - 462 19 p.

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  46. Fibroblast growth factor 2 induces loss of adult oligodendrocytes and myelin in vivo

    Butt, A. M. & Dinsdale, J., Mar 2005, In: Experimental Neurology. 192, 1, p. 125-133 9 p.

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  47. Alterations in expression of dopamine receptors and neuropeptides in the striatum of GTP cyclohydrolase-deficient mice

    Zeng, B. Y., Heales, S. J. R., Canevari, L., Rose, S. & Jenner, P., Dec 2004, In: Experimental Neurology. 190, 2, p. 515 - 524 10 p.

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  48. Spatial and temporal gene expression profiling of the contused rat spinal cord

    Aimone, J. B., Leasure, J. L., Perreau, V. M., Thallmair, M., Moon, L. D. F., Thuret, S. & Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation International Research Consortium, Oct 2004, In: Experimental Neurology. 189, 2, p. 204 - 221 18 p.

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  49. Antiparkinsonian activity of Ro 25-6981, a NR2B subunit specific NMDA receptor antagonist, in animal models of Parkinson's disease

    Loschmann, P. A., De Groote, C., Smith, L., Wullner, U., Fischer, G., Kemp, J. A., Jenner, P. & Klockgether, T., May 2004, In: Experimental Neurology. 187, 1, p. 86 - 93 8 p.

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