Itzhak Fischer, PhD

Neurobiology and Anatomy Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Neuroscience, Stem Cell Biology, Spinal cord injury
"Itzhak Fischer"
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Peter I. Lelkes collaborator (BME Tree)
Michel  A. Lemay collaborator
Anthony M. Lowman collaborator (Chemistry Tree)
Ramesh Raghupathi collaborator
Mahendra S. Rao collaborator
Jeffery L. Twiss collaborator
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Zholudeva LV, Iyer NR, Qiang L, et al. (2018) Transplantation of Neural Progenitors and V2a Interneurons after Spinal Cord Injury. Journal of Neurotrauma
Merianda TT, Jin Y, Kalinski AL, et al. (2017) Neural Progenitor Cells Promote Axonal Growth and Alter Axonal mRNA Localization in Adult Neurons. Eneuro. 4
Lane MA, Lepore AC, Fischer I. (2016) Improving the therapeutic efficacy of neural progenitor cell transplantation following spinal cord injury. Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics
Krupka AJ, Fischer I, Lemay MA. (2016) Transplants of neurotrophin-producing autologous fibroblasts promote recovery of treadmill stepping in the acute, sub-chronic, and chronic spinal cat. Journal of Neurotrauma
Yuan XB, Haas C, Fischer I. (2016) Guiding the migration of grafted cells to promote axon regeneration. Neural Regeneration Research. 11: 1224-5
Hayakawa K, Haas C, Fischer I. (2016) Examining the properties and therapeutic potential of glial restricted precursors in spinal cord injury. Neural Regeneration Research. 11: 529-33
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
Yuan XB, Jin Y, Haas C, et al. (2016) Guiding migration of transplanted glial progenitor cells in the injured spinal cord. Scientific Reports. 6: 22576
Jin Y, Bouyer J, Shumsky JS, et al. (2016) Transplantation of neural progenitor cells in chronic spinal cord injury. Neuroscience
Hayakawa K, Haas C, Jin Y, et al. (2015) Glial restricted precursors maintain their permissive properties after long-term expansion but not following exposure to pro-inflammatory factors. Brain Research
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