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TitleWeb LinkYearAuthors
Early Thalamic Injury After Resuscitation From Severe Asphyxial Cardiac Arrest in Developing RatsLink2023Ton, H.T., Raffensperger, K., Shoykhet, M.
Gene Therapy Developments For Pompe DiseaseLink
2022Unnisa, Z., Yoon, J.K., et al.,
Elezanumab, a human anti-RGMa monoclonal antibody, promotes
neuroprotection, neuroplasticity, and neurorecovery following a thoracic
hemicompression spinal cord injury in non-human primates
Link2021Jacobson, P.B., Goody, R., et al.,
Trem2 restrains the enhancement of tau accumulation and neurodegeneration by β-amyloid pathologyLink2021Lee, S.H., Meilandt, W.J., et al.,
Evolution of brain-wide activity in the awake behaving mouse after acute fear by longitudinal manganese-enhanced MRILink2021Uselman, T.W., Barto, D.R., et al.,
Spatial distribution of neuropathology and neuroinflammation elucidate the biomechanics of fluid percussion injuryLink
2021Beitchman, J.A., Lifshitz, J., et al.,
An update on the rod microglia variant in experimental and clinical brain injury and diseaseLink
2020Giordano, K.R., Denman, C.R., et al.,
Sex-Dependent Pathology in the HPA
Axis at a Sub-acute Period After
Experimental Traumatic Brain Injury
2020Bromberg, C.E., Condon, A.M., et al.,
DHA modulates MANF and TREM2 abundance, enhances
neurogenesis, reduces infarct size, and improves neurological
function after experimental ischemic stroke
Link2020Belayev, L., Hong, S.H., et al.,
Trem2 Deletion Reduces Late-Stage Amyloid Plaque Accumulation, Elevates the Aß42:Aß40 Ratio, and Exacerbates Axonal Dystrophy and Dendritic Spine Loss in
the PS2APP Alzheimer’s Mouse Model
Link2020Meilandt, W.J., Ngu, H., et al.,
Life without a brain: Neuroradiological and behavioral evidence of neuroplasticity necessary to sustain brain function in the face of severe hydrocephalusLink2019
Ferris, C.F., Cai, X., et al.,
Clade F AAVHSCs cross the blood brain barrier
and transduce the central nervous system in
addition to peripheral tissues following
intravenous administration in nonhuman
2019Ellsworth, J.L., Gingras, J., et al.,
Mir363-3p attenuates post-stroke depressive-like behaviors in middle-aged
female rats
Link2019Panta, A., Pandey, S., et al.,
Docosanoids Promote Neurogenesis and Angiogenesis, Blood-Brain
Barrier Integrity, Penumbra Protection, and Neurobehavioral Recovery
After Experimental Ischemic Stroke
Link2018Belayev, L., Hong, S.,, et al.,
Elovanoids are a novel class of homeostatic lipid
mediators that protect neural cell integrity upon injury
Link2017Bhattacharjee, S., Jun, B., Belayev, L., et al.,
Diffuse traumatic brain injury affects chronic corticosterone function in the rat Link2016Rachael K. Rowe, Benjamin M. Rumney, et al.,
Mice null for NEDD9 (HEF1) display extensive
hippocampal dendritic spine loss
and cognitive impairment
Link2015Knutson, D.C., Mitzey, A.M., et al.,
Differential Contributions of Infralimbic Prefrontal Cortex and Nucleus Accumbens during Reward-Based Learning and ExtinctionLink2014Jennifer Francois, John Huxter, et al.,
Silencing of neurotropic flavivirus replication in the central nervous system by combining multiple microRNA target insertions in two distinct viral genome regions Link2014Natalya, T., Guangping, L., et al.,
Behavioral and Neural Correlates of Acute and Scheduled Hunger in C57BL/6 MiceLink2014Christian M. Gallardo, Cynthia T. , et al.,
Genetic Modulation of Soluble Aβ Rescues Cognitive and Synaptic Impairment in a Mouse Model of Alzheimer's DiseaseLink2014Stephanie W. Fowler, Angie C. A. Chiang, et al.,
Differential effects of intrastriatal
6-hydroxydopamine on cell number and morphology
in midbrain dopaminergic subregions of the rat
Link2014Michelle Healy-Stoffel, S. Omar Ahmad, et al.,
Phenotypic characterization of recessive gene knockout rat models of Parkinson's diseaseLink2014Dave, K.D., DeSilva, S., et al.,
Widespread brain distribution and robust BACE1 inhibition following intracerebroventricular infusion of anti-BACE1 in non-human primatesLink2014Daniela Bumbaca, Kristin Wildsmith, et al.,
Plasticity of GABAA receptor-mediated neurotransmission in the nucleus accumbens of alcohol-dependent ratsLink2014Jing Liang, A. Kerstin Lindemeyer, et al.,
Persistent neurological damage associated with spontaneous recurrent seizures and atypical aggressive behavior of domoic acid epileptic diseaseLink2013Tiedeken, J.A., Ramsdell, J.S.,
Altered nucleolar morphology in substantia nigra dopamine neurons following
6-hydroxydopamine lesion in rats
Link2013Michelle Healy-Stoffel, S. Omar Ahmad, et al.,
A Cupric Silver Histochemical Analysis of Domoic Acid Damage to Olfactory Pathways Following Status Epilepticus in a Rat Model for Chronic Recurrent Spontaneous Seizures and Aggressive BehaviorLink2013Tiedeken, J.A., Muha, N., et al.,
Dual leucine zipper kinase is required for excitotoxicity-induced neuronal degenerationLink2013Pozniak, C.D., Ghosh, A.S., et al.,
Wild-type neural progenitors divide and differentiate normally in an amyloid-rich environmentLink2013Yetman, M.J., Jankowsky, J.L.,
Autoradiographic evidence for the transmeningeal diffusion of muscimol into the neocortex in ratsLink2012Ludvig, N., Switzer, R.C., et al.,
MicroRNA Targeting of Neurotropic Flavivirus: Effective Control of
Virus Escape and Reversion to Neurovirulent Phenotype
Link2012Heiss, B., Maximova, O., et al.,
Thalamocortical dysfunction and thalamic injury after asphyxial cardiac arrest in developing rats.Link2012Shoykhet, M., Simons, D.J., et al.,
Neurodegeneration in the somatosensory cortex after experimental diffuse brain injuryLink2012Lifshitz, J., Lisembee A.M., et al.,
A novel use of combined tyrosine hydroxylase and silver nucleolar staining to
determine the effects of a unilateral intrastriatal 6-hydroxydopamine lesion in
the substantia nigra: A stereological study
2012Michelle Healy-Stoffel, S. Omar Ahmad, et al.,
Superior neuroprotective efficacy of LAU-0901, a novel platelet-activating factor antagonist, in experimental strokeLink2012Belayev, L., Eady, T.N., et al.,
Rod microglia: elongation, alignment, and coupling to form trains across the somatosensory cortex after experimental diffuse brain injuryLink2012Ziebell, J.M., Taylor, S.E., et al.,
A novel BACHD transgenic rat exhibits characteristic neuropathological features of Huntington diseaseLink2012Yu-Taeger, L., Petrasch-Parwez, E., et al.,
Recommended neuroanatomical sampling practices for comprehensive brain evaluation in nonclinical safety studiesLink2011Switzer, R.C., Lowry-Franssen, C., et al.,
Robust amyloid clearance in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease provides novel insights into the mechanism of amyloid-beta immunotherapyLink2011Wang, A., Das, P., et al.,
Effects of corticosteroids on functional recovery and neuron survival after facial nerve injury in miceLink2011Lieberman, D.M., Jan, T.A., et al.,
Blast exposure in rats with body shielding is characterized primarily by diffuse axonal injuryLink2011Garman, R.H., Jenkins, L.W., et al.,
Selective hippocampal neurodegeneration in transgenic mice expressing small amounts of truncated A{beta} is induced by pyroglutamate-A{beta} formationLink2011Alexandru, A., Jagla, W., et al.,
Single-walled carbon nanotube-induced mitotic disruptionLink2011Sargent, L.M., Hubbs, A.F.,
Conditional deletion of neuronal cyclin-dependent kinase 5 in developing forebrain results in microglial activation and neurodegenerationLink2010Takahashi, S., Ohshima, T., et al.,
Allopregnanolone reverses neurogenic and cognitive deficits in mouse model of Alzheimer's diseaseLink2010Wang, M. J., Singh, C., et al.,
Age exaggerates proinflammatory cytokine signaling and truncates signal tranducers and activators of transcription 3 signaling following ischemic stroke in the ratLink2010DiNapoli, V.A., Benkovic, S.A., et al.,
Striatal pathology underlines prion infection-mediated hyperactivity in miceLink2010Gunapala, K.M., Chang, D.,
Intracerebroventricular amyloid-{beta} antibodies reduce cerebral amyloid angiopathy and associated micro-hemorrhages in aged Tg2576 miceLink2009Thakker, D.R., Weatherspoon, M.R., et al.,
Gene expression studies reveal that DNA damage, vascular perturbation, and inflammation contribute to the pathogenesis of carbonyl sulfide neurotoxicityLink2009Morrison, J.P., Ton, T.V., et al.,
Batch Immunostaining for Large-Scale Protein Detection in the Whole Monkey BrainLink2009Zangenehpour, S., Burke, M., et al.,
Mitochondrial bioenergetic deficit precedes Alzheimer's pathology in female mouse model of Alzheimer's diseaseLink2009Yao, J., Irwin, R.W., et al.,
Induction of aneuploidy by single-walled carbon nanotubesLink2009Sargent, L.M., Shvedova, A.A., et al.,
Protracted exposure to supraphysiological levels of corticosterone does not cause neuronal loss or damage and protects against kainic acid-induced neurotoxicity in the hippocampus of C57BL6/J miceLink2009Benkovic, S.A., O'Callaghan, J.P., et al.,
Long-term risk preference and suboptimal decision
making following adolescent alcohol use
Link2009Nasrallah, N. Yang T., et al.,
Reduced sodium channel density, altered voltage dependence of inactivation, and increased susceptibility to seizures in mice lacking sodium channel {beta}2-subunitsLink2009Chen, C., Bharucha, V., et al.,
Reproductive age-related changes in the blood brain barrier: Expression of IgG and tight junction proteinsLink2009Bake, S., Friedman, J.A., et al.,
Region specific neuron loss in the aged canine hippocampus is reduced by enrichmentLink2008Siwak-Tapp, C.T., Head, E., et al.,
Gonadal steroids regulate neural plasticity in the sexually dimorphic nucleus of the preoptic area of adult male and female ratsLink2008Dugger, B.N., Morris, J.A., et al.,
B-vitamin deficiency causes hyperhomocysteinemia and vascular cognitive impairment in miceLink2008Troen, A.M., Shea-Budgell, M., et al.,
Quiescent adult neural stem cells are exceptionally sensitive to cosmic radiationLink2008Encinas J.M., Vazquez M.E., et al.,
Application of a translational profiling approach for the comparative analysis of CNS cell typesLink2008Doyle, J.P., Dougherty, J.D., et al.,
Cerebral beta-amyloid angiopathy in aged squirrel monkeysLink2007Elfenbein H.A., Rosen R.F., et al.,
Effects of gangliosides on ethanol-induced neurodegeneration in the developing mouse brainLink2007Saito, M., Mao, R.F., et al.,
Somatosensory areas of manatee cerebral cortex: Histochemical characterization and functional implicationsLink2007Sarko, D.K., Reep R.L., et al.,
Selective anterograde tracing of the individual serotonergic and nonserotonergic components of the dorsal raphe nucleus projection to the vestibular nucleiLink2007Halberstadt, A.L., Balaban, C.D.
Somatosensory nuclei of the manatee brainstem and thalamusLink2007Sarko D.K., Johnson J.I.,
Regional neuropathology following kainic acid intoxication in adult and aged C57BL/6J miceLink2006Benkovic, S.A., O’Callaghan, J.P.,
Expression profiling reveals multiple myelin alterations in murine succinate semialdehyde dehydrogenase deficiencyLink2006Donarum E.A., Stephan D.A., et al.,
Natural occurrence of amyloid-Abeta deposits in the brain of young common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus): a morphological and immunohistochemical evaluationLink2006Palazzi X., Switzer R., et al.,
Role of complement component C5 in cerebral ischemia/
reperfusion injury
Link2006Costa, C., Zhao, L., et al.,
Mapping and reconstruction of domoic acid-induced neurodegeneration in the mouse brainLink2005Colman J.R., Nowocin K.J., et al.,
Absence of behavioral abnormalities and
neurodegeneration in vivo despite widespread neuronal huntingtin inclusions
Link2005Slow, E., Graham, R., et al.,
Brain of the African elephant (Loxodonta africana): neuroanatomy from magnetic resonance imagesLink2005Hakeem A.Y., Hof P.R., et al.,
Short-term, D2 receptor blockade induces synaptic degeneration, reduces levels of tyrosine hydroxylase and brain-derived neurotrophic factor, and enhances D2-mediated firing in the ventral pallidumLink2004Meredith G.E., Switzer R.C., et al.,
Severity of neurodegeneration correlates with compromise of iron metabolism in mice with iron regulatory protein deficienciesLink2004Smith S.R., Cooperman S., et al.,
Induction of gp130-related cytokines and activation of JAK2/STAT3 pathway in astrocytes precedes up-regulation of glial fibrillary acidic protein in the 1-Methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine model of neurodegeneration: Key signaling pathway for astrogliosis in vivo? Link2004Sriram, K., Benkovic, S.A., et al.,
Sensitive indicators of injury reveal hippocampal damage in C57BL/6J mice treated with kainic acid in the absence of tonic-clonic seizuresLink2004Benkovic, S.A., O’Callaghan, J.P.,
Binge ethanol exposure in adult rats causes necrotic cell deathLink2002Obernier, J. A., Bouldin, T. W., et al.,
Interaction of nutrition and binge ethanol treatment on brain damage and withdrawalLink2001Crews, F.T., Braun, C.J., et al.,
Targeted deletion of the gene encoding iron regulatory protein-2 causes misregulation of iron metabolism and neurodegenerative disease in miceLink2001LaVaute, T., Smith, S., et al.,
Neurodegeneration in Niemann-Pick type C disease miceLink2001Ong W.Y., Kumar U., et al.,
Amyloid-beta and perlecan in rat brain: glial activation, gradual clearance, and limited neurotoxicityLink2000Holcomb, L.A., Gordon, M.N.,
MK-801 neurotoxicity in cupric silver-stained sections: lesion reconstruction by 3-dimensional computer image analysisLink2000Fix A.S., Stitzel S.R., et al.,
Selective neurotoxic effects of nicotine on axons in fasciculus retroflexus further support evidence that this a weak link in brain across multiple drugs of abuseLink2000Carlson J., Armstrong B., et al.,
Binge ethanol consumption causes differential brain damage in young adoloescent rats compared with adult ratsLink2000Crews, F.T., Braun, C. J., et al.,
Application of silver degeneration stains for neurotoxicity testingLink2000Switzer, R. C., et al.,
Neuronal degeneration in canine narcolepsyLink1999Siegel, J.M., Nienhuis, R., et al.,
Region-specific astrogliosis in brains of mice heterozygous for mutations in the neurofibroatosis type 1 (Nf1) tumor suppressorLink1999Rizvi, T.A. Akunuru, S., et al.,
Induction of presenilins in the rat brain after middle cerebral artery occlusionLink1999Pennypacker, K.R., Hernandez, H., et al.,
Electroshock seizures protect against apoptotic hippocampal cell death induced by adrenalectomyLink1999Masco, D., Sahibzada, N., et al.,
Accelerated Alzheimer-type phenotype in transgenic mice carrying both mutant amyloid precursor protein and presenilin-1 transgenesLink1998Holcomb, L., Gordon, M.N., et al.,
Imaging of boron in tissue at the cellular level for boron neutron captureLink1997Arlinghaus, H.F., Spaar, M.T., et al.,
Integrated evaluation of central nervous system lesions: stains for neruons, astrocytes, and microglia reveal the spatial and temporal features of MK-801-induced neuronal necrosis in the rat cerebral cortexLink1996Fix, A.S., Ross, J.F., et al.,
Distribution of bismuth in the brain after intraperitoneal dosing of bismuth subnitrate in mice:  Implications for routes of entry of xenobiotic metals into the brainLink1996Ross, J.F., Switzer, R.C.,
Activation of astrocytes during epileptogenesis in the absence of neuronal degenerationLink1995Khurgel, M., Switzer III, R.C., et al.,
Neuroexcitatory and neurotoxic actions of the amnesic shellfish poison, domoic acidLink1994Peng, Y.G., Taylor, T.B., et al.,
Histologic effects of high energy electron and proton irradiation of rat brain detected with a silver- degeneration stainLink1994Switzer, R.C.,
Phylogeny through brain traits: more characters for the analysis of mammalian evolutionLink1994Johnson J.I., Kirsch J.A., et al.,
Silver staining methods:  Their role in detecting neurotoxicity.  Markers of neuronal injury and degeneration. Link1993Switzer, R.C.,
Dissimilar patterns of degeneration in brain following four different addictive stimulantsLink1993Ellison, G., and Switzer, R.C. III.,
Localization of Niemann–Pick C1 protein in astrocytes: Implications for neuronal degeneration in Niemann– Pick type C diseaseLink1991Patel, S.C., Suresh, S., et al.,
Strategies for assessing neurotoxicityLink1991Switzer, R.C.,
Localization of insulin-like growth factor in murine central nervous system during postnatal developmentLink1991Bartlett, W.P., Li, X.S., et al.,
Manatee cerebral cortex:  cytoarchitecture of the frontal region in Trichechus manatus latirostrisLink1989Reep, R.L., Johnson, J.I., et al.,
Alzheimer's disease:  Maze learning deficits and neuropathology resulting from chronic infusion of hemicholinium in the nucleus basalis magnocellularis of the ratLink1987Hurlbut, B.J., Lubar, J., et al.,
The regional distribution and cellular localization of iron in the rat brainLink1984Hill, J.M. and Switzer, R.C.,
Brain traits through phylogeny:  The evolution of neural charactersLink1984Johnson, J.I., Kirsch, J.A.W., et al.,
Auditory and vestibular pathology of seizure-prone chicksLink1983Beck, M., Keunzel, W., et al.,
Phylogeny through brain traits:  The mammalian family treeLink1983Kirsch, J.A.W., Johnson, J.I., et al.,
Phylogeny through brain traits:  Fifteen characters which adumbrate mammalian geneologyLink1982Johnson, J.I., Kirsch, J.A.W., et al.,
Phylogeny through brain traits:  The distribution of categorizing characters in contemporary mammalsLink1982Johnson, J.I., Switzer, R.C., et al.,
The globus pallidus:  A rostro-ventral extension into the olfactory tubercle of the rat:  A cyto- and chemoarchitectonic studyLink1982Switzer, R.C., Hill, J., et al.,
Phylogeny through brain traits:  The relation of the lateral olfactory tract fibers to the accessory olfactory formation as a palimpsest of mammalian descentLink1980Switzer, R.C., Johnson, J.I., et al.,
Trace polypeptides in cellular extracts and human body fluids detected by two-dimensional electrophoresis and a highly sensitive silver stainLink1979Merril, C.R., Switzer, R.C., et al.,
A highly sensitive silver stain for detecting proteins and peptides in polyacrylamide gelsLink1979Switzer, R.C., Merril, C., et al.,
Trigeminal projections to cerebellar tactile areas in the rat-Origin mainly from nucleus interpolaris and nucleus principalisLink1978Watson, C.R.R. and Switzer, R.C.,
Mitral cells in monolayer absent in monotremes:  Variations in vertebrate olfactory bulbsLink1977Switzer, R.C. and  Johnson, J.I.,
Neural argyrophilia induced by puromycin:  A directed golgi-like methodLink1976Switzer, R.C.
Simultaneous demonstration of horseradish peroxidase and acetylcholinesteraseLink1976Hardy, H., Heimer, L., et al.,
Quantitative evidence for protein denaturation as the cause of thermal death1971Rosenberg, B., Kemeny, G., et al.,
Effect of adsorption of gases on the semiconductive properties of all-trans ß-caroteneLink1968Misra, T.N., Rosenberg, B., et al.,
Mechanism of olfactory transduction1968Rosenberg, B., Misra, T.N., et al.,


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