Rose Fricker-Gates

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Keele University, Keele, England, United Kingdom 
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Orme RP, Gates MA, Fricker-Gates RA. (2010) A multiplexed quantitative proteomics approach for investigating protein expression in the developing central nervous system. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 191: 75-82
Fricker-Gates RA, Gates MA. (2010) Stem cell-derived dopamine neurons for brain repair in Parkinson's disease. Regenerative Medicine. 5: 267-78
Orme R, Fricker-Gates RA, Gates MA. (2009) Ontogeny of substantia nigra dopamine neurons. Journal of Neural Transmission. Supplementum. 3-18
Bagga V, Dunnett SB, Fricker-Gates RA. (2008) Ascorbic acid increases the number of dopamine neurons in vitro and in transplants to the 6-OHDA-lesioned rat brain. Cell Transplantation. 17: 763-73
Fricker-Gates RA. (2006) Radial glia: a changing role in the central nervous system. Neuroreport. 17: 1081-4
Gates MA, Torres EM, White A, et al. (2006) Re-examining the ontogeny of substantia nigra dopamine neurons. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 23: 1384-90
Hughes AC, Errington R, Fricker-Gates R, et al. (2004) Endophilin A3 forms filamentous structures that colocalise with microtubules but not with actin filaments. Brain Research. Molecular Brain Research. 128: 182-92
Fricker-Gates RA, Muir JA, Dunnett SB. (2004) Transplanted hNT cells ("LBS neurons") in a rat model of huntington's disease: good survival, incomplete differentiation, and limited functional recovery. Cell Transplantation. 13: 123-36
Gates MA, Coupe VM, Torres EM, et al. (2004) Spatially and temporally restricted chemoattractive and chemorepulsive cues direct the formation of the nigro-striatal circuit. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 19: 831-44
Fricker-Gates RA, White A, Gates MA, et al. (2004) Striatal neurons in striatal grafts are derived from both post-mitotic cells and dividing progenitors. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 19: 513-20
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