NEURAL REPAIR AND REHABILITATION

PROGRAM PUBLICATIONS


1. Perlson, E., et al., Vimentin binding to phosphorylated Erk sterically hinders enzymatic dephosphorylation of the kinase. J Mol Biol, 2006. 364(5): p. 938-44.

2. Benowitz, L.I. and Y. Yin, Combinatorial treatments for promoting axon regeneration in the CNS: strategies for overcoming inhibitory signals and activating neurons' intrinsic growth state. Dev Neurobiol, 2007. 67(9): p. 1148-65.

3. Bigbee, A.J., T.X. Hoang, and L.A. Havton, At-level neuropathic pain is induced by lumbosacral ventral root avulsion injury and ameliorated by root reimplantation into the spinal cord. Exp Neurol, 2007. 204(1): p. 273-82.

4. Blesch, A. and M.H. Tuszynski, Transient growth factor delivery sustains regenerated axons after spinal cord injury. J Neurosci, 2007. 27(39): p. 10535-45.

5. Chen, X.J., et al., Proprioceptive sensory neuropathy in mice with a mutation in the cytoplasmic Dynein heavy chain 1 gene. J Neurosci, 2007. 27(52): p. 14515-24.

6. Chen, Z.L., W.M. Yu, and S. Strickland, Peripheral regeneration. Annu Rev Neurosci, 2007. 30: p. 209-33.

7. Dobkin, B.H., Curiosity and cure: translational research strategies for neural repair-mediated rehabilitation. Dev Neurobiol, 2007. 67(9): p. 1133-47.

8. Duan, X., et al., Disrupted-In-Schizophrenia 1 regulates integration of newly generated neurons in the adult brain. Cell, 2007. 130(6): p. 1146-58.

9. Ebenezer, G.J., et al., Denervation of skin in neuropathies: the sequence of axonal and Schwann cell changes in skin biopsies. Brain, 2007. 130(Pt 10): p. 2703-14.

10. Goldman, S.A., Disease targets and strategies for the therapeutic modulation of endogenous neural stem and progenitor cells. Clin Pharmacol Ther, 2007. 82(4): p. 453-60.

11. Lovatt, D., et al., The transcriptome and metabolic gene signature of protoplasmic astrocytes in the adult murine cortex. J Neurosci, 2007. 27(45): p. 12255-66.

12. Matas, D., et al., Anandamide protects from low serum-induced apoptosis via its degradation to ethanolamine. J Biol Chem, 2007. 282(11): p. 7885-92.

13. Prakash, N., et al., Temporal profiles and 2-dimensional oxy-, deoxy-, and total-hemoglobin somatosensory maps in rat versus mouse cortex. Neuroimage, 2007. 37 Suppl 1: p. S27-36.

14. Roy, N.S., et al., Retrovirally mediated telomerase immortalization of neural progenitor cells. Nat Protoc, 2007. 2(11): p. 2815-25.

15. Savidge, T.C., M.V. Sofroniew, and M. Neunlist, Starring roles for astroglia in barrier pathologies of gut and brain. Lab Invest, 2007. 87(8): p. 731-6.

16. Saxe, J.P., et al., A phenotypic small-molecule screen identifies an orphan ligand-receptor pair that regulates neural stem cell differentiation. Chem Biol, 2007. 14(9): p. 1019-30.

17. Schaefer, A., et al., Cerebellar neurodegeneration in the absence of microRNAs. J Exp Med, 2007. 204(7): p. 1553-8.

18. Seijffers, R. and L. Benowitz, Intrinsic determinants of axon regeneration. 2007.

19. Spiegel, I., et al., A central role for Necl4 (SynCAM4) in Schwann cell-axon interaction and myelination. Nat Neurosci, 2007. 10(7): p. 861-9.

20. Tuszynski, M.H., Nerve growth factor gene delivery: animal models to clinical trials. Dev Neurobiol, 2007. 67(9): p. 1204-15.

21. van Niekerk, E.A., et al., Sumoylation in axons triggers retrograde transport of the RNA-binding protein La. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2007. 104(31): p. 12913-8.

22. Venkatesh, K., et al., Molecular dissection of the myelin-associated glycoprotein receptor complex reveals cell type-specific mechanisms for neurite outgrowth inhibition. J Cell Biol, 2007. 177(3): p. 393-9.

23. Willis, D.E., et al., Extracellular stimuli specifically regulate localized levels of individual neuronal mRNAs. J Cell Biol, 2007. 178(6): p. 965-80.

24. Barres, B.A., The mystery and magic of glia: a perspective on their roles in health and disease. Neuron, 2008. 60(3): p. 430-40.

25. Benowitz, L. and Y. Yin, Rewiring the injured CNS: lessons from the optic nerve. Exp Neurol, 2008. 209(2): p. 389-98.

26. Bigbee, A.J., T.X. Hoang, and L.A. Havton, Reimplantation of avulsed lumbosacral ventral roots in the rat ameliorates injury-induced degeneration of primary afferent axon collaterals in the spinal dorsal columns. Neuroscience, 2008. 152(2): p. 338-45.

27. Carmichael, S.T., Themes and strategies for studying the biology of stroke recovery in the poststroke epoch. Stroke, 2008. 39(4): p. 1380-8.

28. Carmichael, S.T., et al., Genomic profiles of damage and protection in human intracerebral hemorrhage. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab, 2008. 28(11): p. 1860-75.

29. Chang, H.Y. and L.A. Havton, Re-established micturition reflexes show differential activation patterns after lumbosacral ventral root avulsion injury and repair in rats. Exp Neurol, 2008. 212(2): p. 291-7.

30. Chang, H.Y. and L.A. Havton, Surgical implantation of avulsed lumbosacral ventral roots promotes restoration of bladder morphology in rats. Exp Neurol, 2008.

31. Chang, H.Y. and L.A. Havton, Differential effects of urethane and isoflurane on external urethral sphincter electromyography and cystometry in rats. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol, 2008. 295(4): p. F1248-53.

32. Chen, Z.L., et al., Proteolytic fragments of laminin promote excitotoxic neurodegeneration by up-regulation of the KA1 subunit of the kainate receptor. J Cell Biol, 2008. 183(7): p. 1299-1313.

33. Chernousov, M.A., et al., Regulation of Schwann cell function by the extracellular matrix. Glia, 2008. 56(14): p. 1498-507.

34. Courtine, G., et al., Recovery of supraspinal control of stepping via indirect propriospinal relay connections after spinal cord injury. Nat Med, 2008. 14(1): p. 69-74.

35. Doyle, J.P., et al., Application of a translational profiling approach for the comparative analysis of CNS cell types. Cell, 2008. 135(4): p. 749-62.

36. Duan, X., et al., Development of neural stem cell in the adult brain. Curr Opin Neurobiol, 2008. 18(1): p. 108-15.

37. Dugas, J.C., et al., A novel purification method for CNS projection neurons leads to the identification of brain vascular cells as a source of trophic support for corticospinal motor neurons. J Neurosci, 2008. 28(33): p. 8294-305.

38. Eisch, A.J., et al., Adult neurogenesis, mental health, and mental illness: hope or hype? J Neurosci, 2008. 28(46): p. 11785-91.

39. Faulkner, R.L., et al., Development of hippocampal mossy fiber synaptic outputs by new neurons in the adult brain. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2008. 105(37): p. 14157-62.

40. Ge, S., et al., Synaptic integration and plasticity of new neurons in the adult hippocampus. J Physiol, 2008. 586(16): p. 3759-65.

41. Goh, E.L., et al., beta1-integrin mediates myelin-associated glycoprotein signaling in neuronal growth cones. Mol Brain, 2008. 1(1): p. 10.

42. Golan, N., et al., Identification of Tmem10/Opalin as an oligodendrocyte enriched gene using expression profiling combined with genetic cell ablation. Glia, 2008. 56(11): p. 1176-86.

43. Goldman, S.A., S. Schanz, and M.S. Windrem, Stem cell-based strategies for treating pediatric disorders of myelin. Hum Mol Genet, 2008. 17(R1): p. R76-83.

44. Hedstrom, K.L., Y. Ogawa, and M.N. Rasband, AnkyrinG is required for maintenance of the axon initial segment and neuronal polarity. J Cell Biol, 2008. 183(4): p. 635-40.

45. Heiman, M., et al., A translational profiling approach for the molecular characterization of CNS cell types. Cell, 2008. 135(4): p. 738-48.

46. Herrmann, J.E., et al., STAT3 is a critical regulator of astrogliosis and scar formation after spinal cord injury. J Neurosci, 2008. 28(28): p. 7231-43.

47. Hoang, T.X., et al., Minocycline protects motor but not autonomic neurons after cauda equina injury. Exp Brain Res, 2008. 189(1): p. 71-7.

48. Hollis, E.R., 2nd, et al., Efficient retrograde neuronal transduction utilizing self-complementary AAV1. Mol Ther, 2008. 16(2): p. 296-301.

49. Horresh, I., et al., Multiple molecular interactions determine the clustering of Caspr2 and Kv1 channels in myelinated axons. J Neurosci, 2008. 28(52): p. 14213-22.

50. Jiang, Y., et al., Epigenetics in the nervous system. J Neurosci, 2008. 28(46): p. 11753-9.

51. Lange, P.S., et al., ATF4 is an oxidative stress-inducible, prodeath transcription factor in neurons in vitro and in vivo. J Exp Med, 2008. 205(5): p. 1227-42.

52. Lee, H., et al., Synaptic function for the Nogo-66 receptor NgR1: regulation of dendritic spine morphology and activity-dependent synaptic strength. J Neurosci, 2008. 28(11): p. 2753-65.

53. Lu, P. and M.H. Tuszynski, Growth factors and combinatorial therapies for CNS regeneration. Exp Neurol, 2008. 209(2): p. 313-20.

54. Ma, D.K., et al., G9a and Jhdm2a regulate embryonic stem cell fusion-induced reprogramming of adult neural stem cells. Stem Cells, 2008. 26(8): p. 2131-41.

55. Mahrus, S., et al., Global sequencing of proteolytic cleavage sites in apoptosis by specific labeling of protein N termini. Cell, 2008. 134(5): p. 866-76.

56. Newton, J.M., et al., Reliable assessment of lower limb motor representations with fMRI: use of a novel MR compatible device for real-time monitoring of ankle, knee and hip torques. Neuroimage, 2008. 43(1): p. 136-46.

57. Ogawa, Y. and M.N. Rasband, The functional organization and assembly of the axon initial segment. Curr Opin Neurobiol, 2008. 18(3): p. 307-13.

58. Ogawa, Y., et al., Postsynaptic density-93 clusters Kv1 channels at axon initial segments independently of Caspr2. J Neurosci, 2008. 28(22): p. 5731-9.

59. Park, K.K., et al., Promoting axon regeneration in the adult CNS by modulation of the PTEN/mTOR pathway. Science, 2008. 322(5903): p. 963-6.

60. Persson, S. and L.A. Havton, Differential synaptic inputs to the cell body and proximal dendrites of preganglionic parasympathetic neurons in the rat conus medullaris. Neuroscience, 2008. 157(3): p. 656-65.

61. Pomp, O., et al., PA6-induced human embryonic stem cell-derived neurospheres: a new source of human peripheral sensory neurons and neural crest cells. Brain Res, 2008. 1230: p. 50-60.

62. Ratan, R.R., et al., Small molecule activation of adaptive gene expression: tilorone or its analogs are novel potent activators of hypoxia inducible factor-1 that provide prophylaxis against stroke and spinal cord injury. Ann N Y Acad Sci, 2008. 1147: p. 383-94.

63. Salzer, J.L., P.J. Brophy, and E. Peles, Molecular domains of myelinated axons in the peripheral nervous system. Glia, 2008. 56(14): p. 1532-40.

64. Susuki, K. and M.N. Rasband, Molecular mechanisms of node of Ranvier formation. Curr Opin Cell Biol, 2008. 20(6): p. 616-23.

65. Susuki, K. and M.N. Rasband, Spectrin and ankyrin-based cytoskeletons at polarized domains in myelinated axons. Exp Biol Med (Maywood), 2008. 233(4): p. 394-400.

66. Thomas, E.A., et al., The HDAC inhibitor 4b ameliorates the disease phenotype and transcriptional abnormalities in Huntington's disease transgenic mice. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2008. 105(40): p. 15564-9.

67. Wang, J.C., et al., A microfluidics-based turning assay reveals complex growth cone responses to integrated gradients of substrate-bound ECM molecules and diffusible guidance cues. Lab Chip, 2008. 8(2): p. 227-37.

68. Windrem, M.S., et al., Neonatal chimerization with human glial progenitor cells can both remyelinate and rescue the otherwise lethally hypomyelinated shiverer mouse. Cell Stem Cell, 2008. 2(6): p. 553-65.

69. Yudin, D., et al., Localized regulation of axonal RanGTPase controls retrograde injury signaling in peripheral nerve. Neuron, 2008. 59(2): p. 241-52.

70. Zhang, J., et al., Magnetic resonance imaging of mouse skeletal muscle to measure denervation atrophy. Exp Neurol, 2008. 212(2): p. 448-57.

71. Alfa, R.W., M.H. Tuszynski, and A. Blesch, A novel inducible tyrosine kinase receptor to regulate signal transduction and neurite outgrowth. J Neurosci Res, 2009.

72. Alto, L.T., et al., Chemotropic guidance facilitates axonal regeneration and synapse formation after spinal cord injury. Nat Neurosci, 2009.

73. Ben-Yaakov, K. and M. Fainzilber, Retrograde Injury Signaling in Lesioned Axons. Results Probl Cell Differ, 2009.

74. Blesch, A. and M.H. Tuszynski, Spinal cord injury: plasticity, regeneration and the challenge of translational drug development. Trends Neurosci, 2009. 32(1): p. 41-7.

75. Chen, Z.L., et al., Cortical deficiency of laminin gamma1 impairs the AKT/GSK-3beta signaling pathway and leads to defects in neurite outgrowth and neuronal migration. Dev Biol, 2009. 327(1): p. 158-68.

76. Clarkson, A.N. and S.T. Carmichael, Cortical excitability and post-stroke recovery. Biochem Soc Trans, 2009. 37(Pt 6): p. 1412-4.

77. Coppola, G., et al., Functional genomic analysis of frataxin deficiency reveals tissue-specific alterations and identifies the PPAR{gamma} pathway as a therapeutic target in Friedreich's ataxia. Hum Mol Genet, 2009.

78. Cotrina, M.L. and M. Nedergaard, Physiological and pathological functions of P2X7 receptor in the spinal cord. Purinergic Signal, 2009.

79. Dobkin, B.H., Collaborative Models for Translational Neuroscience Research. Neurorehabil Neural Repair, 2009.

80. Douglas, D.S., et al., Concurrent Lpin1 and Nrcam mouse mutations result in severe peripheral neuropathy with transitory hindlimb paralysis. J Neurosci, 2009. 29(39): p. 12089-100.

81. Geschwind, D.H. and G. Konopka, Neuroscience in the era of functional genomics and systems biology. Nature, 2009. 461(7266): p. 908-15.

82. Gregorian, C., et al., Pten deletion in adult neural stem/progenitor cells enhances constitutive neurogenesis. J Neurosci, 2009. 29(6): p. 1874-86.

83. Gregorian, C., et al., PTEN dosage is essential for neurofibroma development and malignant transformation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2009. 106(46): p. 19479-84.

84. Harel, L., et al., CCM2 mediates death signaling by the TrkA receptor tyrosine kinase. Neuron, 2009. 63(5): p. 585-91.

85. Havton, L.A. and T. Carlstedt, Repair and rehabilitation of plexus and root avulsions in animal models and patients. Curr Opin Neurol, 2009.

86. Hollis, E.R., 2nd, et al., Induction of corticospinal regeneration by lentiviral trkB-induced Erk activation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2009. 106(17): p. 7215-20.

87. Hollis, E.R., 2nd, et al., IGF-I gene delivery promotes corticospinal neuronal survival but not regeneration after adult CNS injury. Exp Neurol, 2009. 215(1): p. 53-9.

88. Kadoya, K., et al., Combined intrinsic and extrinsic neuronal mechanisms facilitate bridging axonal regeneration one year after spinal cord injury. Neuron, 2009. 64(2): p. 165-72.

89. Kam, N., Y. Pilpel, and M. Fainzilber, Can molecular motors drive distance measurements in injured neurons? PLoS Comput Biol, 2009. 5(8): p. e1000477.

90. Karumbayaram, S., et al., Directed differentiation of human-induced pluripotent stem cells generates active motor neurons. Stem Cells, 2009. 27(4): p. 806-11.

91. Karumbayaram, S., et al., Human embryonic stem cell-derived motor neurons expressing SOD1 mutants exhibit typical signs of motor neuron degeneration linked to ALS. Dis Model Mech, 2009. 2(3-4): p. 189-95.

92. Kelly, T.K., et al., Cell lineage and regional identity of cultured spinal cord neural stem cells and comparison to brain-derived neural stem cells. PLoS ONE, 2009. 4(1): p. e4213.

93. Kozela, E., et al., The cannabinoids, {delta}9-tetrahydrocannabinol and cannabidiol, differentially inhibit the LPS activated NF-{kappa}/B and IFN{beta}/STAT proinflammatory pathways in BV-2 microglial cells. J Biol Chem, 2009.

94. Kudryashova, E., et al., Deficiency of the E3 ubiquitin ligase TRIM32 in mice leads to a myopathy with a neurogenic component. Hum Mol Genet, 2009. 18(7): p. 1353-67.

95. Laks, D.R., et al., Neurosphere formation is an independent predictor of clinical outcome in malignant glioma. Stem Cells, 2009. 27(4): p. 980-7.

96. Langley, B., C. Brochier, and M.A. Rivieccio, Targeting histone deacetylases as a multifaceted approach to treat the diverse outcomes of stroke. Stroke, 2009. 40(8): p. 2899-905.

97. Lorber, B., et al., Mst3b, an Ste20-like kinase, regulates axon regeneration in mature CNS and PNS pathways. Nat Neurosci, 2009. 12(11): p. 1407-14.

98. Ma, D.K., et al., Activity-dependent extrinsic regulation of adult olfactory bulb and hippocampal neurogenesis. Ann N Y Acad Sci, 2009. 1170: p. 664-73.

99. McConoughey, S.J., et al., A nonradioactive dot blot assay for transglutaminase activity. Anal Biochem, 2009. 390(1): p. 91-3.

100. Nagahara, A.H., et al., Neuroprotective effects of brain-derived neurotrophic factor in rodent and primate models of Alzheimer's disease. Nat Med, 2009. 15(3): p. 331-7.

101. Ogawa, Y. and M.N. Rasband, Proteomic analysis of optic nerve lipid rafts reveals new paranodal proteins. J Neurosci Res, 2009. 87(15): p. 3502-10.

102. Peng, W., et al., Systemic administration of an antagonist of the ATP-sensitive receptor P2X7 improves recovery after spinal cord injury. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2009. 106(30): p. 12489-93.

103. Persson, S. and L.A. Havton, Retrogradely transported fluorogold accumulates in lysosomes of neurons and is detectable ultrastructurally using post-embedding immuno-gold methods. J Neurosci Methods, 2009. 184(1): p. 42-7.

104. Pietr, M., et al., Differential changes in GPR55 during microglial cell activation. FEBS Lett, 2009. 583(12): p. 2071-6.

105. Ramanathan, D., M.H. Tuszynski, and J.M. Conner, The basal forebrain cholinergic system is required specifically for behaviorally mediated cortical map plasticity. J Neurosci, 2009. 29(18): p. 5992-6000.

106. Rivieccio, M.A., et al., HDAC6 is a target for protection and regeneration following injury in the nervous system. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2009.

107. Robak, L.A., et al., Molecular basis of the interactions of the Nogo-66 receptor and its homolog NgR2 with myelin-associated glycoprotein: development of NgROMNI-Fc, a novel antagonist of CNS myelin inhibition. J Neurosci, 2009. 29(18): p. 5768-83.

108. Schafer, D.P., et al., Disruption of the axon initial segment cytoskeleton is a new mechanism for neuronal injury. J Neurosci, 2009. 29(42): p. 13242-54.

109. Shim, S., et al., Peptidyl-prolyl isomerase FKBP52 controls chemotropic guidance of neuronal growth cones via regulation of TRPC1 channel opening. Neuron, 2009. 64(4): p. 471-83.

110. Siddiq, A., et al., Selective inhibition of hypoxia-inducible factor (HIF) prolyl-hydroxylase 1 mediates neuroprotection against normoxic oxidative death via HIF- and CREB-independent pathways. J Neurosci, 2009. 29(27): p. 8828-38.

111. Sim, F.J., M.S. Windrem, and S.A. Goldman, Fate determination of adult human glial progenitor cells. Neuron Glia Biol, 2009. 5(3-4): p. 45-55.

112. Sleiman, S.F., et al., Putting the 'HAT' back on survival signalling: the promises and challenges of HDAC inhibition in the treatment of neurological conditions. Expert Opin Investig Drugs, 2009. 18(5): p. 573-84.

113. Smith, P.D., et al., SOCS3 deletion promotes optic nerve regeneration in vivo. Neuron, 2009. 64(5): p. 617-23.

114. Sozmen, E.G., et al., A white matter stroke model in the mouse: Axonal damage, progenitor responses and MRI correlates. J Neurosci Methods, 2009.

115. Spiegel, I. and E. Peles, A novel method for isolating Schwann cells using the extracellular domain of Necl1. J Neurosci Res, 2009.

116. Takano, T., et al., Astrocytes and ischemic injury. Stroke, 2009. 40(3 Suppl): p. S8-12.

117. Twiss, J.L. and M. Fainzilber, Ribosomes in axons--scrounging from the neighbors? Trends Cell Biol, 2009. 19(5): p. 236-43.

118. Voskuhl, R.R., et al., Reactive astrocytes form scar-like perivascular barriers to leukocytes during adaptive immune inflammation of the CNS. J Neurosci, 2009. 29(37): p. 11511-22.

119. Winden, K.D., et al., The organization of the transcriptional network in specific neuronal classes. Mol Syst Biol, 2009. 5: p. 291.

120. Yang, C.Y., et al., Biocompatibility of amphiphilic diblock copolypeptide hydrogels in the central nervous system. Biomaterials, 2009. 30(15): p. 2881-98.

121. Yang, I.H., et al., Compartmentalized microfluidic culture platform to study mechanism of paclitaxel-induced axonal degeneration. Exp Neurol, 2009.

122. Yin, Y., et al., Oncomodulin links inflammation to optic nerve regeneration. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2009. 106(46): p. 19587-92.

123. Yu, W.M., et al., Laminin is required for Schwann cell morphogenesis. J Cell Sci, 2009. 122(Pt 7): p. 929-36.

124. Yu, W.M., et al., Disruption of laminin in the peripheral nervous system impedes nonmyelinating Schwann cell development and impairs nociceptive sensory function. Glia, 2009. 57(8): p. 850-9.

125. Yudin, D. and M. Fainzilber, Ran on tracks--cytoplasmic roles for a nuclear regulator. J Cell Sci, 2009. 122(Pt 5): p. 587-93.

126. Zai, L., et al., Inosine alters gene expression and axonal projections in neurons contralateral to a cortical infarct and improves skilled use of the impaired limb. J Neurosci, 2009. 29(25): p. 8187-97.

127. Benowitz, L.I. and S.T. Carmichael, Promoting axonal rewiring to improve outcome after stroke. Neurobiol Dis, 2010. 37(2): p. 259-66.

128. Brock, J.H., et al., Local and remote growth factor effects after primate spinal cord injury. J Neurosci, 2010. 30(29): p. 9728-37.

129. Chang, H.Y. and L.A. Havton, Anatomical tracer injections into the lower urinary tract may compromise cystometry and external urethral sphincter electromyography in female rats. Neuroscience, 2010. 166(1): p. 212-9.

130. Conner, J.M., M. Kulczycki, and M.H. Tuszynski, Unique Contributions of Distinct Cholinergic Projections to Motor Cortical Plasticity and Learning. Cereb Cortex, 2010.

131. Dougherty, J.D., et al., Analytical approaches to RNA profiling data for the identification of genes enriched in specific cells. Nucleic Acids Res, 2010. 38(13): p. 4218-30.

132. Feinberg, K., et al., A glial signal consisting of gliomedin and NrCAM clusters axonal Na+ channels during the formation of nodes of Ranvier. Neuron, 2010. 65(4): p. 490-502.

133. Griffin, J.W., et al., Measuring nerve regeneration in the mouse. Exp Neurol, 2010. 223(1): p. 60-71.

134. Gundersen, C.B., et al., Cysteine string protein beta is prominently associated with nerve terminals and secretory organelles in mouse brain. Brain Res, 2010. 1332: p. 1-11.

135. Horresh, I., et al., Organization of myelinated axons by Caspr and Caspr2 requires the cytoskeletal adapter protein 4.1B. J Neurosci, 2010. 30(7): p. 2480-9.

136. Li, Y., et al., MART-1--specific melanoma tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes maintaining CD28 expression have improved survival and expansion capability following antigenic restimulation in vitro. J Immunol, 2010. 184(1): p. 452-65.

137. Ma, T.C., et al., A large-scale chemical screen for regulators of the arginase 1 promoter identifies the soy isoflavone daidzeinas a clinically approved small molecule that can promote neuronal protection or regeneration via a cAMP-independent pathway. J Neurosci, 2010. 30(2): p. 739-48.

138. McConoughey, S.J., et al., Inhibition of transglutaminase 2 mitigates transcriptional dysregulation in models of Huntington disease. EMBO Mol Med, 2010.

139. Michaelevski, I., et al., Signaling to Transcription Networks in the Neuronal Retrograde Injury Response. Science Signaling, 2010. Vol 3(Issue 130 ra53).

140. Michaelevski, I., et al., Axonal transport proteomics reveals mobilization of translation machinery to the lesion site in injured sciatic nerve. Mol Cell Proteomics, 2010. 9(5): p. 976-87.

141. Ogawa, Y., et al., ADAM22, a Kv1 channel-interacting protein, recruits membrane-associated guanylate kinases to juxtaparanodes of myelinated axons. J Neurosci, 2010. 30(3): p. 1038-48.

142. Rishal, I., et al., Axoplasm isolation from peripheral nerve. Dev Neurobiol, 2010. 70(2): p. 126-33.

143. Rishal, I. and M. Fainzilber, Retrograde signaling in axonal regeneration. Exp Neurol, 2010. 223(1): p. 5-10.

144. Sarafian, T.A., et al., Disruption of astrocyte STAT3 signaling decreases mitochondrial function and increases oxidative stress in vitro. PLoS One, 2010. 5(3): p. e9532.

145. Sheikh, K.A., Non-invasive imaging of nerve regeneration. Exp Neurol, 2010. 223(1): p. 72-6.

146. Shim, S. and G.L. Ming, Roles of channels and receptors in the growth cone during PNS axonal regeneration. Exp Neurol, 2010. 223(1): p. 38-44.

147. Smirnova, N., et al., Utilization of an In Vivo Reporter for High Throughput Identification of Branched Small Molecule Regulators of Hypoxic Adaptation. Chemistry & Biology, 2010.

148. Vargas, M.E., et al., Endogenous antibodies promote rapid myelin clearance and effective axon regeneration after nerve injury. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2010. 107(26): p. 11993-8.

149. Yoo, S., et al., Dynamics of axonal mRNA transport and implications for peripheral nerve regeneration. Exp Neurol, 2010. 223(1): p. 19-27.

150. Ziegler, L., et al., A human neuron injury model for molecular studies of axonal regeneration. Exp Neurol, 2010. 223(1): p. 119-27.

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