Yousef Tizabi

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Howard University 
Area:
Pharmacology, Neuroscience Biology
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Tizabi Y, Getachew B, Csoka AB, et al. (2019) Novel targets for parkinsonism-depression comorbidity. Progress in Molecular Biology and Translational Science. 167: 1-24
Getachew B, Tizabi Y. (2019) Antidepressant Effects of Moxidectin, an Antiparasitic Drug, in a Rat Model of Depression. Behavioural Brain Research. 112220
Parra I, Martínez I, Ramírez-García G, et al. (2019) Differential Effects of LPS and 6-OHDA on Microglia's Morphology in Rats: Implications for Inflammatory Model of Parkinson's Disease. Neurotoxicity Research
Getachew B, Reyes RE, Davies DL, et al. (2019) Moxidectin Effects on Gut Microbiota of Wistar-Kyoto Rats: Relevance to Depressive-Like Behavior. Clinical Pharmacology and Translational Medicine. 3: 134-142
Getachew B, Mendieta L, Csoka AB, et al. (2019) Antidepressant Effects of C-Terminal Domain of the Heavy Chain of Tetanus Toxin in a Rat Model of Depression. Behavioural Brain Research. 111968
Getachew B, Tizabi Y. (2019) Both Ketamine and NBQX Attenuate Alcohol-Withdrawal Induced Depression in Male Rats. Journal of Drug and Alcohol Research. 8
Reglodi D, Toth D, Vicena V, et al. (2019) Therapeutic potential of PACAP in alcohol toxicity. Neurochemistry International
Patricio F, Parra I, Martínez I, et al. (2019) Effectiveness of Fragment C Domain of Tetanus Toxin and Pramipexole in an Animal Model of Parkinson's Disease. Neurotoxicity Research
Getachew B, Aubee JI, Schottenfeld RS, et al. (2018) Ketamine interactions with gut-microbiota in rats: relevance to its antidepressant and anti-inflammatory properties. Bmc Microbiology. 18: 222
Getachew B, Csoka AB, Aschner M, et al. (2018) Nicotine protects against manganese and iron-induced toxicity in SH-SY5Y cells: Implication for Parkinson's disease. Neurochemistry International. 124: 19-24
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