Experts and Doctors on brain in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

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Locale: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Topic: brain

Top Publications

  1. Niclou S, Jia L, Raper J. Slit2 is a repellent for retinal ganglion cell axons. J Neurosci. 2000;20:4962-74 pubmed
    ..A comparison of the expression patterns of Slit2 and retinal axon trajectories suggests that slit2 acts as a short range repellent for retinal ganglion cell axons. ..
  2. Hunter J, Wang Z. MR spectroscopy in pediatric neuroradiology. Magn Reson Imaging Clin N Am. 2001;9:165-89, ix pubmed
    ..With the introduction of gene therapy and other new interventions, a noninvasive tool such as MR spectroscopy may prove to be invaluable...
  3. Horn C, Tordoff M, Friedman M. Role of vagal afferent innervation in feeding and brain Fos expression produced by metabolic inhibitors. Brain Res. 2001;919:198-206 pubmed
  4. Yang J, McBride S, Mak D, Vardi N, Palczewski K, Haeseleer F, et al. Identification of a family of calcium sensors as protein ligands of inositol trisphosphate receptor Ca(2+) release channels. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2002;99:7711-6 pubmed
  5. Licht D, Wang J, Silvestre D, Nicolson S, Montenegro L, Wernovsky G, et al. Preoperative cerebral blood flow is diminished in neonates with severe congenital heart defects. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg. 2004;128:841-9 pubmed
    ..The full spectrum of cerebral blood flow measurements with this technique in congenital heart defects and their long-term significance require continued investigation. ..
  6. Fang Y, Sathyanarayanan S, Sehgal A. Post-translational regulation of the Drosophila circadian clock requires protein phosphatase 1 (PP1). Genes Dev. 2007;21:1506-18 pubmed
    ..We propose a modified model for post-translational regulation of the Drosophila clock, in which PP1 is critical for the rhythmic abundance of TIM/PER while PP2A also regulates the nuclear translocation of TIM/PER. ..
  7. Cohen M, Shearman C. Reduction of Abeta42 in brains of transgenic APPswe mice by 2-3-chlorophenylaminophenylacetate. Clin Exp Pharmacol Physiol. 2009;36:1099-103 pubmed publisher
    ..5. These results are the first to demonstrate that GLY-230, which exhibits antiglycation but no cyclo-oxygenase inhibitory properties, lowers brain Abeta42 levels in this experimental model of Alzheimer's disease. ..
  8. Beslow L, Ichord R, Kasner S, Mullen M, Licht D, Smith S, et al. ABC/XYZ estimates intracerebral hemorrhage volume as a percent of total brain volume in children. Stroke. 2010;41:691-4 pubmed publisher
    ..The ABC/XYZ method accurately and reliably estimates ICHV and TBV in children. These values can be used to approximate quickly and easily ICHV as a percentage of TBV, which has important prognostic implications. ..
  9. Louboutin J, Chekmasova A, Marusich E, Agrawal L, Strayer D. Role of CCR5 and its ligands in the control of vascular inflammation and leukocyte recruitment required for acute excitotoxic seizure induction and neural damage. FASEB J. 2011;25:737-53 pubmed publisher
    ..Controls received unrelated SV(BUGT) vectors. Decrease in CCR5 in circulating cells strongly protected from excitotoxin-induced seizures, BBB leakage, CNS injury, and inflammation, and facilitated neurogenic repair. ..

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  1. Chen C, Cho D, Wang Q, Lai F, Carter K, Nishikura K. A third member of the RNA-specific adenosine deaminase gene family, ADAR3, contains both single- and double-stranded RNA binding domains. RNA. 2000;6:755-67 pubmed
    ..ADAR3 inhibited in vitro the activities of RNA editing enzymes of the ADAR gene family, raising the possibility of a regulatory role in RNA editing. ..
  2. Khalili K, Del Valle L, Muralidharan V, Gault W, Darbinian N, Otte J, et al. Puralpha is essential for postnatal brain development and developmentally coupled cellular proliferation as revealed by genetic inactivation in the mouse. Mol Cell Biol. 2003;23:6857-75 pubmed
    ..Overall results are consistent with a role for Puralpha in developmentally timed DNA replication in specific cell types and also point to a newly emerging role in compartmentalized RNA transport and translation in neuronal dendrites. ..
  3. Ahima R, Antwi D. Brain regulation of appetite and satiety. Endocrinol Metab Clin North Am. 2008;37:811-23 pubmed publisher
    ..The pathogenesis and treatment of obesity and abnormalities of glucose and lipid metabolism are discussed. ..
  4. Parker W, Orlova K, Heuer G, Baybis M, Aronica E, Frost M, et al. Enhanced epidermal growth factor, hepatocyte growth factor, and vascular endothelial growth factor expression in tuberous sclerosis complex. Am J Pathol. 2011;178:296-305 pubmed publisher
  5. Rodgers Z, Jain V, Englund E, Langham M, Wehrli F. High temporal resolution MRI quantification of global cerebral metabolic rate of oxygen consumption in response to apneic challenge. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab. 2013;33:1514-22 pubmed publisher
  6. Asadi Pooya A. Psychogenic nonepileptic seizures are predominantly seen in women: potential neurobiological reasons. Neurol Sci. 2016;37:851-5 pubmed publisher
    ..These neurobiological, social and vulnerability differences may explain why PNES is predominantly seen in female gender. ..
  7. Kovachich G, Aronson C, Brunswick D, Frazer A. Quantitative autoradiography of serotonin uptake sites in rat brain using [3H]cyanoimipramine. Brain Res. 1988;454:78-88 pubmed
    ..The properties of binding of [3H]cyanoimipramine make it an ideal ligand for the quantitative autoradiography of serotonin uptake sites...
  8. Damjanov I, Shan J, Wang R, Damjanov A, DeLoia J. Molecular cloning and characterization of murine cyclin E. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1994;201:994-1000 pubmed
    ..In adult tissues, cycE mRNA is detectable in the spleen and to a lesser extent in the testis and brain. These data show that cycE is developmentally regulated and unevenly expressed in fetal and adult mouse tissues. ..
  9. Woodruff Pak D, Ewers M, Shiotani T, Watabe S, Tanaka M, Wenk G. Nefiracetam and physostigmine: separate and combined effects on learning in older rabbits. Neurobiol Aging. 2004;25:807-16 pubmed
  10. Wu W, Edlow B, Elliot M, Wang J, Detre J. Physiological modulations in arterial spin labeling perfusion magnetic resonance imaging. IEEE Trans Med Imaging. 2009;28:703-9 pubmed publisher
    ..CASL with a labeling duration at a multiple of an R-R interval can be used to minimize signal fluctuation originating from cardiac pulsation. ..
  11. Geser F, Stein B, Partain M, Elman L, McCluskey L, Xie S, et al. Motor neuron disease clinically limited to the lower motor neuron is a diffuse TDP-43 proteinopathy. Acta Neuropathol. 2011;121:509-17 pubmed publisher
  12. Clark C, Schneider J, Bedell B, Beach T, Bilker W, Mintun M, et al. Use of florbetapir-PET for imaging beta-amyloid pathology. JAMA. 2011;305:275-83 pubmed publisher
    ..The ability to identify and quantify brain ?-amyloid could increase the accuracy of a clinical diagnosis of Alzheimer disease...
  13. Chein J, Albert D, O Brien L, Uckert K, Steinberg L. Peers increase adolescent risk taking by enhancing activity in the brain's reward circuitry. Dev Sci. 2011;14:F1-10 pubmed publisher
    ..Results suggest that the presence of peers increases adolescent risk taking by heightening sensitivity to the potential reward value of risky decisions. ..
  14. Hallowell S, Spatz D. The relationship of brain development and breastfeeding in the late-preterm infant. J Pediatr Nurs. 2012;27:154-62 pubmed publisher
    ..The aim of this article is to provide a review of the literature that establishes the relationship between brain development and feeding in the late-preterm infant. ..
  15. Choi S, Schneider J, Bennett D, Beach T, Bedell B, Zehntner S, et al. Correlation of amyloid PET ligand florbetapir F 18 binding with A? aggregation and neuritic plaque deposition in postmortem brain tissue. Alzheimer Dis Assoc Disord. 2012;26:8-16 pubmed publisher
    ..This study used human autopsy brain tissue to evaluate the correlation between in vitro florbetapir F 18 binding and A? density measured by established neuropathologic methods...
  16. Kulak J, Schneider J. Differences in alpha7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor binding in motor symptomatic and asymptomatic MPTP-treated monkeys. Brain Res. 2004;999:193-202 pubmed
  17. Yudkoff M, Daikhin Y, Melø T, Nissim I, Sonnewald U, Nissim I. The ketogenic diet and brain metabolism of amino acids: relationship to the anticonvulsant effect. Annu Rev Nutr. 2007;27:415-30 pubmed
    ..The ketogenic diet also may facilitate mechanisms by which the brain exports to blood compounds such as glutamine and alanine, in the process favoring the removal of glutamate carbon and nitrogen. ..
  18. Stiefel M, Udoetuk J, Spiotta A, Gracias V, Goldberg A, Maloney Wilensky E, et al. Conventional neurocritical care and cerebral oxygenation after traumatic brain injury. J Neurosurg. 2006;105:568-75 pubmed
    ..This finding may help explain why secondary neuronal injury occurs in some patients with adequate CPP and suggests that the definition of adequate brain resuscitation after TBI may need to be reconsidered. ..
  19. Shindler K, Kenyon L, Dutt M, Hingley S, Das Sarma J. Experimental optic neuritis induced by a demyelinating strain of mouse hepatitis virus. J Virol. 2008;82:8882-6 pubmed publisher
    ..In contrast, MHV-2, a nondemyelinating MHV strain, does not induce ON. Results reveal a reproducible virus-induced ON model important for the evaluation of novel therapies...
  20. Geser F, Martinez Lage M, Robinson J, Uryu K, Neumann M, Brandmeir N, et al. Clinical and pathological continuum of multisystem TDP-43 proteinopathies. Arch Neurol. 2009;66:180-9 pubmed publisher
  21. Johnson V, Stewart W, Graham D, Stewart J, Praestgaard A, Smith D. A neprilysin polymorphism and amyloid-beta plaques after traumatic brain injury. J Neurotrauma. 2009;26:1197-202 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, these findings provide a potential genetic screening test for individuals at high risk of TBI, such as participants in contact sports and military personnel. ..
  22. Chen R, Pawlak M, Flynn T, Krejza J, Herskovits E, Melhem E. Brain morphometry and intelligence quotient measurements in children with sickle cell disease. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 2009;30:509-17 pubmed publisher
    ..This finding suggests that some variance in intellectual ability in children with sickle cell disease is accounted for by regional variability of gray matter volume, which is independent of neuroradiological evidence of infarct. ..
  23. Schnell M, McGettigan J, Wirblich C, Papaneri A. The cell biology of rabies virus: using stealth to reach the brain. Nat Rev Microbiol. 2010;8:51-61 pubmed publisher
  24. Armstead W, Kiessling J, Bdeir K, Kofke W, Vavilala M. Adrenomedullin prevents sex-dependent impairment of autoregulation during hypotension after piglet brain injury through inhibition of ERK MAPK upregulation. J Neurotrauma. 2010;27:391-402 pubmed publisher
    ..ADM prevented reductions in autoregulation during hypotension and FPI more in males than females. These data indicate that ADM prevented loss of cerebral autoregulation after FPI in a sex-dependent and ERK MAPK-dependent manner. ..
  25. Ho N, Balu D, HILARIO M, Blendy J, Lucki I. Depressive phenotypes evoked by experimental diabetes are reversed by insulin. Physiol Behav. 2012;105:702-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Changes in reward-related behaviors and hippocampal cell proliferation may be useful markers to identify therapeutic interventions for comorbid diabetes and depression. ..
  26. Parente M, Rozen R, Cearley C, Wolfe J. Dysregulation of gene expression in a lysosomal storage disease varies between brain regions implicating unexpected mechanisms of neuropathology. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e32419 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, the variation in gene dysregulation between brain regions indicates that different neuropathologic mechanisms may predominate within different regions of a diseased brain caused by a single gene mutation. ..
  27. Wollebo H, Cotto B, Adiga R, Langford D, White M. Expression of Signaling Molecules in Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy. Curr HIV Res. 2016;14:47-53 pubmed
    ..The involvement of TNF-α/NF-κB/NFAT4 signaling in JCV regulation that we reported from experiments in cultured human glial cells may be clinically relevant in PML. ..
  28. Steplewski A, Haas S, Amini S, Khalili K. Regulation of mouse myelin basic protein gene transcription by a sequence-specific single-stranded DNA-binding protein in vitro. Gene. 1995;154:215-8 pubmed
    ..Results from the band-shift assays indicated that the bacterially produced MEF-2 recognizes specific nt in the MB1 motif, and its binding to these nt reduces the overall transcriptional activity of Mbp in a cell-free extract. ..
  29. Bhagwat S, Vijayasarathy C, Raza H, Mullick J, Avadhani N. Preferential effects of nicotine and 4-(N-methyl-N-nitrosamine)-1-(3-pyridyl)-1-butanone on mitochondrial glutathione S-transferase A4-4 induction and increased oxidative stress in the rat brain. Biochem Pharmacol. 1998;56:831-9 pubmed
  30. Watson D, Wolfe J. Lentiviral vectors for gene transfer to the central nervous system. Applications in lysosomal storage disease animal models. Methods Mol Med. 2003;76:383-403 pubmed
  31. Korutla L, Neustadter J, Fournier K, Mackler S. NAC1, a POZ/BTB protein present in the adult mammalian brain, triggers apoptosis after adenovirus-mediated overexpression in PC-12 cells. Neurosci Res. 2003;46:33-9 pubmed
    ..These findings raise the possibility that aberrantly regulated NAC1 expression in the mammalian brain may contribute to programmed cell death. ..
  32. Meulener M, Graves C, Sampathu D, Armstrong Gold C, Bonini N, Giasson B. DJ-1 is present in a large molecular complex in human brain tissue and interacts with alpha-synuclein. J Neurochem. 2005;93:1524-32 pubmed
    ..Furthermore, our results provide further evidence for the interplay between neurodegenerative disease-associated proteins. ..
  33. Louboutin J, Agrawal L, Reyes B, van Bockstaele E, Strayer D. Protecting neurons from HIV-1 gp120-induced oxidant stress using both localized intracerebral and generalized intraventricular administration of antioxidant enzymes delivered by SV40-derived vectors. Gene Ther. 2007;14:1650-61 pubmed
    ..These findings suggest the potential utility of both localized and widespread gene delivery in treating neuroAIDS and other CNS diseases characterized by excessive oxidative stress. ..
  34. Bian H, van Swieten J, Leight S, Massimo L, Wood E, Forman M, et al. CSF biomarkers in frontotemporal lobar degeneration with known pathology. Neurology. 2008;70:1827-35 pubmed publisher
    ..The ratio of CSF tau/A beta(42) is a sensitive and specific biomarker at discriminating frontotemporal lobar degeneration from Alzheimer disease in patients with known pathology. ..
  35. Gao Y, Raine A. Successful and unsuccessful psychopaths: a neurobiological model. Behav Sci Law. 2010;28:194-210 pubmed publisher
  36. Liang G, Ward C, Peng J, Zhao Y, Huang B, Wei H. Isoflurane causes greater neurodegeneration than an equivalent exposure of sevoflurane in the developing brain of neonatal mice. Anesthesiology. 2010;112:1325-34 pubmed publisher
    ..At equipotent exposures, isoflurane has a greater potency than sevoflurane to cause neurodegeneration in the developing brains of neonatal mice. ..
  37. Jain V, Langham M, Floyd T, Jain G, Magland J, Wehrli F. Rapid magnetic resonance measurement of global cerebral metabolic rate of oxygen consumption in humans during rest and hypercapnia. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab. 2011;31:1504-12 pubmed publisher
    ..44, P=0.052). A CVR value of 6.1%±1.6%/mm?Hg was determined using a linear-fit model. Additionally, an average undershoot of 6.7%±4% and 17.1%±7% was observed in S(v)O(2) and tCBF upon recovery from hypercapnia in six subjects...
  38. Xu K, DiAngelo J, Hughes M, Hogenesch J, Sehgal A. The circadian clock interacts with metabolic physiology to influence reproductive fitness. Cell Metab. 2011;13:639-54 pubmed publisher
    ..Flies maintained on this paradigm produce fewer eggs than those restricted to food at the normal time. These data suggest that desynchrony of endogenous rhythms, caused by aberrant feeding patterns, affects reproductive fitness. ..
  39. Walton R. Postnatal neurogenesis: of mice, men, and macaques. Vet Pathol. 2012;49:155-65 pubmed publisher
    ..This article reviews the current understanding of adult neurogenesis, which is conserved across many vertebrate species, underscoring the value of animal models in past and present studies of human neurogenesis and neurogenic disease. ..
  40. Bloy L, Ingalhalikar M, Batmanghelich N, Schultz R, Roberts T, Verma R. An integrated framework for high angular resolution diffusion imaging-based investigation of structural connectivity. Brain Connect. 2012;2:69-79 pubmed publisher
  41. Saby J, Marshall P. The utility of EEG band power analysis in the study of infancy and early childhood. Dev Neuropsychol. 2012;37:253-73 pubmed publisher
    ..These examples include recent work on the infant mu rhythm and action processing, frontal alpha asymmetry and approach-withdrawal tendencies, and EEG power measures in the study of early psychosocial adversity. ..
  42. Schutsky K, Curtis D, Bongiorno E, Barkhouse D, Kean R, Dietzschold B, et al. Intramuscular inoculation of mice with the live-attenuated recombinant rabies virus TriGAS results in a transient infection of the draining lymph nodes and a robust, long-lasting protective immune response against rabies. J Virol. 2013;87:1834-41 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results support the superior efficacy and safety of TriGAS and advocate for its utility as a vaccine...
  43. Zhou F, Xu R, Dowd E, Zang Y, Gong H, Wang Z. Alterations in regional functional coherence within the sensory-motor network in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Neurosci Lett. 2014;558:192-6 pubmed publisher
    ..These ALS-related SMN regional coherence alterations suggest using regional coherence as a potential marker for studying ALS and its progression. ..
  44. Radke S, Seidel E, Eickhoff S, Gur R, Schneider F, Habel U, et al. When opportunity meets motivation: Neural engagement during social approach is linked to high approach motivation. Neuroimage. 2016;127:267-276 pubmed publisher
    ..This interplay between motivational preferences and motivational contexts might underlie the rewarding experience during social interactions. ..
  45. von Reyn C, Nern A, Williamson W, Breads P, Wu M, Namiki S, et al. Feature Integration Drives Probabilistic Behavior in the Drosophila Escape Response. Neuron. 2017;94:1190-1204.e6 pubmed publisher
    ..video abstract. ..
  46. Singh H, Li M, Hall L, Chen S, Sukur S, Lu R, et al. MaxiK channel interactome reveals its interaction with GABA transporter 3 and heat shock protein 60 in the mammalian brain. Neuroscience. 2016;317:76-107 pubmed publisher
    ..The interaction of MaxiK channel with GAT3 opens the possibility of a role of MaxiK channel in GABA homeostasis and signaling. ..
  47. Casal M, Wolfe J. Variant clinical course of mucopolysaccharidosis type VII in two groups of mice carrying the same mutation. Lab Invest. 1998;78:1575-81 pubmed
    ..This study compares clinical findings, fertility, longevity, and gross and microscopic findings in the original strain with those in the F2 generation of the interbred strain. ..
  48. Uryu K, Laurer H, McIntosh T, Pratico D, Martinez D, Leight S, et al. Repetitive mild brain trauma accelerates Abeta deposition, lipid peroxidation, and cognitive impairment in a transgenic mouse model of Alzheimer amyloidosis. J Neurosci. 2002;22:446-54 pubmed
  49. Chennathukuzhi V, Morales C, El Alfy M, Hecht N. The kinesin KIF17b and RNA-binding protein TB-RBP transport specific cAMP-responsive element modulator-regulated mRNAs in male germ cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2003;100:15566-71 pubmed
  50. Hahn C, Wang H, Cho D, Talbot K, Gur R, Berrettini W, et al. Altered neuregulin 1-erbB4 signaling contributes to NMDA receptor hypofunction in schizophrenia. Nat Med. 2006;12:824-8 pubmed
    ..Therefore, these findings suggest that enhanced NRG1 signaling may contribute to NMDA hypofunction in schizophrenia. ..
  51. Jacobs D, Galetta S. Neuro-ophthalmology for neuroradiologists. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2007;28:3-8 pubmed
    ..This review will focus on those common neuro-ophthalmologic problems that have exquisite localizing value on neuro-imaging. ..
  52. O Leary O, Bechtholt A, Crowley J, Hill T, Page M, Lucki I. Depletion of serotonin and catecholamines block the acute behavioral response to different classes of antidepressant drugs in the mouse tail suspension test. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 2007;192:357-71 pubmed
    ..In contrast, disruption of the behavioral effects of NRI and SSRI antidepressants required disruption of both catecholamine synthesis and vesicular storage and release mechanisms. ..
  53. Chen Plotkin A, Yuan W, Anderson C, McCarty Wood E, Hurtig H, Clark C, et al. Corticobasal syndrome and primary progressive aphasia as manifestations of LRRK2 gene mutations. Neurology. 2008;70:521-7 pubmed
    ..The clinical presentation of LRRK2-associated neurodegenerative disease may be more heterogeneous than previously assumed. ..
  54. Hao H, Liu H, Gonye G, Schwaber J. A fast carrier chromatin immunoprecipitation method applicable to microdissected tissue samples. J Neurosci Methods. 2008;172:38-42 pubmed publisher
    ..This method will be broadly applicable to individual brain nucleus and biopsy/surgical samples. ..
  55. Featherstone R, Liang Y, Saunders J, Tatard Leitman V, Ehrlichman R, Siegel S. Subchronic ketamine treatment leads to permanent changes in EEG, cognition and the astrocytic glutamate transporter EAAT2 in mice. Neurobiol Dis. 2012;47:338-46 pubmed publisher
  56. Burke J, Zaghloul K, Jacobs J, Williams R, Sperling M, Sharan A, et al. Synchronous and asynchronous theta and gamma activity during episodic memory formation. J Neurosci. 2013;33:292-304 pubmed publisher
    ..We show that these two kinds of spectral modulations have distinct spatiotemporal profiles during memory encoding. ..
  57. Berman J, Lanza M, Blaskey L, Edgar J, Roberts T. High angular resolution diffusion imaging probabilistic tractography of the auditory radiation. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2013;34:1573-8 pubmed publisher
    ..HARDI can discriminate the complex white matter pathways at the junction of the auditory radiation and the ILF. HARDI fiber tracking can reliably delineate the auditory radiation. ..
  58. Joshi Y, Chu J, Pratico D. Knockout of 5-lipoxygenase prevents dexamethasone-induced tau pathology in 3xTg mice. Aging Cell. 2013;12:706-11 pubmed publisher
    ..Our findings highlight the functional role that 5LO plays in stress-induced AD tau pathology and support the hypothesis that pharmacologic inhibition of this enzyme could be a useful tool for individuals with this risk factor. ..
  59. Weber M, Detre J, Thompson Schill S, Avants B. Reproducibility of functional network metrics and network structure: a comparison of task-related BOLD, resting ASL with BOLD contrast, and resting cerebral blood flow. Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci. 2013;13:627-40 pubmed publisher
    ..Implications for the practice of network analysis are discussed. ..
  60. Cavanaugh D, Geratowski J, Wooltorton J, Spaethling J, Hector C, Zheng X, et al. Identification of a circadian output circuit for rest:activity rhythms in Drosophila. Cell. 2014;157:689-701 pubmed publisher
    ..Notably, selective activation or ablation of just six DH44+ PI cells causes arrhythmicity. These findings delineate a circuit through which clock cells can modulate locomotor rhythms. ..
  61. Hoffman W, Artlett C, Boodhoo D, Gilliland M, Ortiz L, Mulder D, et al. Markers of immune-mediated inflammation in the brains of young adults and adolescents with type 1 diabetes and fatal diabetic ketoacidosis. Is there a difference?. Exp Mol Pathol. 2017;102:505-514 pubmed publisher
  62. Huse J, Liu K, Pijak D, Carlin D, Lee V, Doms R. Beta-secretase processing in the trans-Golgi network preferentially generates truncated amyloid species that accumulate in Alzheimer's disease brain. J Biol Chem. 2002;277:16278-84 pubmed
    ..Taken together, these data support an important role for beta'-cleavage in the process of cerebral amyloid deposition and localize the processing event to the trans-Golgi network. ..
  63. Ramakrishnan R, Prabhakaran K, Jayakumar A, Gunasekaran P, Sheeladevi R, Suthanthirarajan N. Involvement of Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II in the modulation of indolamines in diabetic and hyperglycemic rats. J Neurosci Res. 2005;80:518-28 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that CaMKII may be involved in the regulation of indolamines in diabetic animals. ..
  64. Wynder C, Hakimi M, Epstein J, Shilatifard A, Shiekhattar R. Recruitment of MLL by HMG-domain protein iBRAF promotes neural differentiation. Nat Cell Biol. 2005;7:1113-7 pubmed
    ..Moreover, depletion of iBRAF abrogates recruitment of MLL and enhancement of histone H3K4 trimethylation. Together, these results indicate that the HMG-domain protein iBRAF has a key role in the initiation of neuronal differentiation. ..
  65. Huang P, Xu W, Yoon S, Chen C, Chong P, Liu Chen L. Cholesterol reduction by methyl-beta-cyclodextrin attenuates the delta opioid receptor-mediated signaling in neuronal cells but enhances it in non-neuronal cells. Biochem Pharmacol. 2007;73:534-49 pubmed
    ..Cholesterol-dependent association of caveolin-1 with and the resulting inhibition of G proteins may be a contributing factor. ..
  66. Belinsky M, Guo P, Lee K, Zhou F, Kotova E, Grinberg A, et al. Multidrug resistance protein 4 protects bone marrow, thymus, spleen, and intestine from nucleotide analogue-induced damage. Cancer Res. 2007;67:262-8 pubmed
    ..This is the first demonstration that an ATP-binding cassette transporter can affect in vivo tissue sensitivity towards this class of agents. ..
  67. Igaz L, Kwong L, Xu Y, Truax A, Uryu K, Neumann M, et al. Enrichment of C-terminal fragments in TAR DNA-binding protein-43 cytoplasmic inclusions in brain but not in spinal cord of frontotemporal lobar degeneration and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Am J Pathol. 2008;173:182-94 pubmed publisher
    ..Therefore, regionally different pathogenic processes may underlie the development of abnormal TDP-43 proteinopathies. ..
  68. Marsh E, Fulp C, Gomez E, Nasrallah I, Minarcik J, Sudi J, et al. Targeted loss of Arx results in a developmental epilepsy mouse model and recapitulates the human phenotype in heterozygous females. Brain. 2009;132:1563-76 pubmed publisher
    ..Given the frequency of ARX mutations in patients with infantile spasms and related disorders, our data unveil a new model for further understanding the pathogenesis of these disorders. ..
  69. Iacovelli J, Mlodnicka A, Veldman P, Ying G, Dunaief J, Schumacher A. Brain and retinal ferroportin 1 dysregulation in polycythaemia mice. Brain Res. 2009;1289:85-95 pubmed publisher
    ..This phenotype demonstrates the importance of iron homeostasis in retinal health. ..
  70. Tatard V, Xiang C, Biegel J, Dahmane N. ZNF238 is expressed in postmitotic brain cells and inhibits brain tumor growth. Cancer Res. 2010;70:1236-46 pubmed publisher
    ..ZNF238 is thus a novel brain tumor suppressor and its reactivation in tumors could open a novel anticancer strategy. ..
  71. Turkeltaub P, Coslett H. Localization of sublexical speech perception components. Brain Lang. 2010;114:1-15 pubmed publisher
  72. Chen Y, Wang D, Detre J. Test-retest reliability of arterial spin labeling with common labeling strategies. J Magn Reson Imaging. 2011;33:940-9 pubmed publisher
  73. Tang J, Mardini F, Caltagarone B, Garrity S, Li R, Bianchi S, et al. Anesthesia in presymptomatic Alzheimer's disease: a study using the triple-transgenic mouse model. Alzheimers Dement. 2011;7:521-531.e1 pubmed publisher
  74. Newberg A, Amsterdam J, Wintering N, Shults J. Low brain serotonin transporter binding in major depressive disorder. Psychiatry Res. 2012;202:161-7 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings confirm prior observations of lower SERT binding in depression, and suggest that low SERT binding may represent a putative biomarker of depression. Future studies are needed to confirm these observations. ..
  75. Jepson J, Sheldon A, Shahidullah M, Fei H, Koh K, Levitan I. Cell-specific fine-tuning of neuronal excitability by differential expression of modulator protein isoforms. J Neurosci. 2013;33:16767-77 pubmed publisher
  76. Yoon S, Bagel J, O Donnell P, Vite C, Wolfe J. Clinical Improvement of Alpha-mannosidosis Cat Following a Single Cisterna Magna Infusion of AAV1. Mol Ther. 2016;24:26-33 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, cisterna magna gene delivery by AAV1 appears to be a viable strategy for treatment of the whole brain in AMD and should be applicable to many of the neurotropic LSDs as well as other neurogenetic disorders. ..
  77. Wenger D, DeGala G, Williams C, Taylor H, Stevenson R, Pruitt J, et al. Clinical, pathological, and biochemical studies on an infantile case of sulfatide/GM1 activator protein deficiency. Am J Med Genet. 1989;33:255-65 pubmed
    ..This patient was clinically more severe than the other patients described previously with this deficiency. Further studies are underway to define the nature of the mutation in this patient...
  78. Marklund N, Fulp C, Shimizu S, Puri R, McMillan A, Strittmatter S, et al. Selective temporal and regional alterations of Nogo-A and small proline-rich repeat protein 1A (SPRR1A) but not Nogo-66 receptor (NgR) occur following traumatic brain injury in the rat. Exp Neurol. 2006;197:70-83 pubmed
  79. Dun S, Lyu R, Chen Y, Chang J, Luo J, Dun N. Irisin-immunoreactivity in neural and non-neural cells of the rodent. Neuroscience. 2013;240:155-62 pubmed publisher
  80. Raghunath M, Patti R, Bannerman P, Lee C, Baker S, Sutton L, et al. A novel kinase, AATYK induces and promotes neuronal differentiation in a human neuroblastoma (SH-SY5Y) cell line. Brain Res Mol Brain Res. 2000;77:151-62 pubmed
    ..Our results demonstrate for the first time that AATYK is an active, non-receptor, cytosolic kinase which induces neuronal differentiation and also promotes differentiation induced by other agents in the SH-SY5Y cells. ..
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    ..Expression of AATYK was also up-regulated as a function of RA-induced neuronal differentiation of p19 embryonal carcinoma cells, supporting a role for this protein in mature neurons and neuronal differentiation. ..
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