Tessa Gordon

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University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 
Area:
Neuroscience Biology, Animal Physiology Biology
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Willand MP, Rosa E, Michalski B, et al. (2016) Electrical muscle stimulation elevates intramuscular BDNF and GDNF mRNA following peripheral nerve injury and repair in rats. Neuroscience
Gordon T. (2016) Nerve regeneration in the peripheral and central nervous systems. The Journal of Physiology. 594: 3517-20
Hendry JM, Alvarez-Veronesi MC, Placheta E, et al. (2016) ErbB2 blockade with Herceptin (trastuzumab) enhances peripheral nerve regeneration after repair of acute or chronic peripheral nerve injury. Annals of Neurology
Chan KM, Curran M, Gordon T. (2016) The use of brief post-surgical low frequency electrical stimulation to enhance nerve regeneration in clinical practice. The Journal of Physiology
Gordon T, Borschel GH. (2016) The use of the rat as a model for studying peripheral nerve regeneration and sprouting after complete and partial nerve injuries. Experimental Neurology
Gordon T. (2016) Nerve Regeneration. Understanding Biology and Its Influence on Return of Function After Nerve Transfers Hand Clinics
Grosheva M, Nohroudi K, Schwarz A, et al. (2016) Comparison of trophic factors' expression between paralyzed and recovering muscles after facial nerve injury. A quantitative analysis in time course Experimental Neurology. 279: 137-148
Gordon T. (2016) Electrical Stimulation to Enhance Axon Regeneration After Peripheral Nerve Injuries in Animal Models and Humans Neurotherapeutics. 1-16
Tajdaran K, Gordon T, Wood MD, et al. (2015) A glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor delivery system enhances nerve regeneration across acellular nerve allografts. Acta Biomaterialia
Tajdaran K, Gordon T, Wood MD, et al. (2015) An engineered biocompatible drug delivery system enhances nerve regeneration after delayed repair. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. Part A
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