Axonal Conduction & Degeneration In Multiple Sclerosis

  1. MR imaging intensity modeling of damage and repair in Multiple Sclerosis: relationship of short-term lesion recovery to progression and disability
    AJNR Am J NeuroRadiol 2007 Nov-Dec;28(10):1956-63

  2. Inflammatory DeMyelination and NeuroDegeneration in early Multiple Sclerosis
    J Neurol Sci 2007 Mar 28

  3. TriosePhosphate Isomerase- and Glyceraldehyde-3-Phosphate Dehydrogenase-reactive AutoAntiBodies in the CerebroSpinal Fluid of patients with Multiple Sclerosis
    J Immunol 2006 Oct 15;177(8):5652-8

  4. Insights into the molecular pathogenesis of progression in Multiple Sclerosis: potential implications for future therapies
    Arch Neurol 2006 Jan;63(1):25-33

  5. NMDA receptors mediate Calcium accumulation in Myelin during chemical Ischemia
    Nature 2005 Dec 21

  6. Mitochondrial dysfunction plays a key role in progressive Axonal loss in Multiple Sclerosis
    Med Hypotheses 2005;64(4):669-77

  7. Axonal injury and overall tissue loss are not related in Primary/Progressive Multiple Sclerosis
    Arch Neurol 2005 Jun;62(6):898-902

  8. General mechanisms of Axonal damage and its prevention
    J Neurol Sci 2005 May 14

  9. Neuritic beading induced by activated Microglia is an early feature of Neuronal dysfunction toward Neuronal death by inhibition of Mitochondrial respiration and Axonal transport
    J Biol Chem 2005 Jan 7

  10. The role of Edema and DeMyelination in chronic T1 Black Holes: A quantitative Magnetization Transfer study
    J Magn Reson Imaging 2005 Jan 21;21(2):103-110

  11. Changes in Cerebral perfusion precede plaque formation in Multiple Sclerosis: A longitudinal perfusion MRI study
    Brain 2004 Jan;127(Pt 1):111-9

  1. Noninactivating, TetrodoToxin-sensitive Na+ conductance in Peripheral Axons
    Muscle Nerve 2003 Aug;28(2):212-7

  2. Sequential loss of Myelin proteins during Wallerian degeneration in the rat Spinal Cord
    Glia 2003 Jun;42(4):424-32

  3. Diverse targets for intervention during Inflammatory and NeuroDegenerative phases of Multiple Sclerosis
    Neuron 2003 Jun 5;38(5):685-8

  4. Axonal injury in Multiple Sclerosis
    Curr Neurol NeuroSci Rep 2003 May;3(3):231-7

  5. Disruption of Cnp1 uncouples Oligodendroglial functions in Axonal support and Myelination
    Nat Genet 2003 Mar;33(3):366-74

  6. Post-acute alterations in the Axonal CytoSkeleton after Traumatic Axonal Injury
    J NeuroTrauma 2003 Feb;20(2):151-68

  7. Axonal loss in the pathology of MS: consequences for understanding the progressive phase of the disease
    J Neurol Sci 2003 Feb 15;206(2):165-71

  8. Anti-inflammatory strategies to prevent Axonal injury in Multiple Sclerosis
    Curr Opin Neurol 2002 Jun;15(3):361-70

  9. NeuroTrophins reduce degeneration of injured ascending Sensory and CorticoSpinal Motor Axons in adult rat Spinal Cord
    Exp Neurol 2002 May;175(1):282-96

  10. Patients lacking the major CNS Myelin Protein, Proteolipid Protein 1, develop length-dependent Axonal degeneration in the absence of DeMyelination and inflammation
    Brain 2002 Mar;125(Pt 3):551-61

  11. Watery and dark Axons in Wallerian Degeneration of the opossum's Optic Nerve: different patterns of CytoSkeletal breakdown?
    An Acad Bras Cienc 2001 Jun;73(2):231-43

  12. Pathogenesis of Axonal degeneration: parallels between Wallerian Degeneration and Vincristine Neuropathy
    J NeuroPathol Exp Neurol 2000 Jul;59(7):599-606