Ramesh Raghupathi

Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
"Ramesh Raghupathi"
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Lengel D, Sevilla C, Romm ZL, et al. (2020) Stem Cell Therapy for Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury. Frontiers in Neurology. 11: 601286
Lengel D, Huh JW, Barson JR, et al. (2020) Progesterone treatment following traumatic brain injury in the 11-day-old rat attenuates cognitive deficits and neuronal hyperexcitability in adolescence. Experimental Neurology. 113329
Hanlon LA, Raghupathi R, Huh JW. (2019) Depletion of microglia immediately following traumatic brain injury in the pediatric rat: Implications for cellular and behavioral pathology. Experimental Neurology
Huh JW, Raghupathi R. (2018) Therapeutic strategies to target acute and long-term sequelae of pediatric traumatic brain injury. Neuropharmacology
Raghupathi R, Huh JW. (2017) Age-at-injury effects of microglial activation following traumatic brain injury: implications for treatment strategies. Neural Regeneration Research. 12: 741-742
Hanlon LA, Raghupathi R, Huh JW. (2016) Differential effects of minocycline on microglial activation and neurodegeneration following closed head injury in the neonate rat. Experimental Neurology
Fischer I, Haas C, Raghupathi R, et al. (2016) Spinal cord concussion: studying the potential risks of repetitive injury. Neural Regeneration Research. 11: 58-60
Lamprecht MR, Elkin BS, Kesavabhotla K, et al. (2016) Strong correlation of genome-wide expression after traumatic brain injury in vitro and in vivo implicates a role for SORLA. Journal of Neurotrauma
Hanlon LA, Huh JW, Raghupathi R. (2016) Minocycline Transiently Reduces Microglia/Macrophage Activation but Exacerbates Cognitive Deficits Following Repetitive Traumatic Brain Injury in the Neonatal Rat. Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology
Wang H, Sang N, Zhang C, et al. (2015) Correction to Cathepsin L Mediates the Degradation of Novel APP C-Terminal Fragments. Biochemistry
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