Corticosterone administration alters white matter tract structure and reduces gliosis in the sub-acute phase of experimental stroke
- Nassir, Che Mohd Nasril Che Mohd, Ghazali, Mazira Mohamad, Feng, Linqing, Ong, Lin Kooi, Abdul Hamid, Hafizah, Ahamed, Haja Nazeer, Mustapha, Muzaimi, Hashim, Sabarisah, Idris, Nur Suhaila, Yuen, Lee Si, Hui, Wong Jia, Norman, Haziq Hazman, Gau, Chuang Huei, Jayabalan, Nanthini, Na, Yuri
Exploring how low oxygen post conditioning improves stroke-induced cognitive impairment: a consideration of amyloid-beta loading and other mechanisms
- Zhao, Zidan, Hood, Rebecca, Ong, Lin Kooi, Pietrogrande, Giovanni, Sanchez Bezanilla, Sonia, Warren, Kirby E., Ilicic, Marina, Kluge, Murielle G., TeBay, Clifford, Ottersen, Ole P., Johnson, Sarah J., Nilsson, Michael, Walker, Frederick R.
Exploring the relationship between fatigue and circulating levels of the pro-inflammatory biomarkers interleukin-6 and C-reactive protein in the chronic stage of stroke recovery: a cross-sectional study
Growth hormone promotes motor function after experimental stroke and enhances recovery-promoting mechanisms within the peri-infarct Area
Growth hormone treatment promotes remote hippocampal plasticity after experimental cortical stroke
Opposing associations of stress and resilience with functional outcomes in stroke survivors in the chronic phase of stroke: a cross-sectional study
Can we use 2,3,5-triphenyltetrazolium chloride-atained brain slices for other purposes? The application of western blotting
Low oxygen post conditioning prevents thalamic secondary neuronal loss caused by excitotoxicity after cortical stroke
Visual discrimination impairment after experimental stroke is associated with disturbances in the polarization of the astrocytic aquaporin-4 and increased accumulation of neurotoxic proteins
Growth hormone deficiency is frequent after recent stroke
Growth hormone improves cognitive function after experimental stroke
- Ong, Lin Kooi, Chow, Wei Zhen, Walker, Frederick R., Nilsson, Michael, Isgaard, Jörgen, Tebay, Clifford, Kluge, Murielle, Pietrogrande, Giovanni, Zalewska, Katarzyna, Crock, Patricia, Åberg, Daivd, Bivard, Andrew, Johnson, Sarah J.
Sustained administration of corticosterone at stress-like levels after stroke suppressed glial reactivity at sites of thalamic secondary neurodegeneration
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