Damien D. Pearse

University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL 
Neuroscience Biology
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Ghosh M, Lee J, Burke AN, et al. (2024) Sex Dependent Disparities in the Central Innate Immune Response after Moderate Spinal Cord Contusion in Rat. Cells. 13
Ghosh M, Pearse DD. (2023) Schwann Cell-Derived Exosomal Vesicles: A Promising Therapy for the Injured Spinal Cord. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 24
Khan A, Diaz A, Brooks AE, et al. (2021) Scalable culture techniques to generate large numbers of purified human Schwann cells for clinical trials in human spinal cord and peripheral nerve injuries. Journal of Neurosurgery. Spine. 1-10
Gant K, Guest J, Palermo A, et al. (2021) Phase 1 Safety Trial of Autologous Human Schwann Cell Transplantation in Chronic Spinal Cord Injury. Journal of Neurotrauma
Pearse DD, Rao SNR, Morales AA, et al. (2021) Engineering polysialic acid on Schwann cells using polysialyltransferase gene transfer or purified enzyme exposure for spinal cord injury transplantation. Neuroscience Letters. 135690
Chim H, Salgado CJ, Miller NL, et al. (2019) Analysis of Epineurial Lidocaine Injection for Nerve Transfers in a Rat Sciatic Nerve Model. The Journal of Hand Surgery
Burks JD, Gant KL, Guest JD, et al. (2019) Imaging characteristics of chronic spinal cord injury identified during screening for a cell transplantation clinical trial. Neurosurgical Focus. 46: E8
Pearse DD, Bastidas J, Izabel SS, et al. (2018) Schwann Cell Transplantation Subdues the Pro-Inflammatory Innate Immune Cell Response after Spinal Cord Injury. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 19
Bastidas J, Athauda G, De La Cruz G, et al. (2017) Human schwann cells exhibit long-term cell survival, are not tumorigenic and promote repair when transplanted into the contused spinal cord. Glia
Knott EP, Assi M, Rao SN, et al. (2017) Phosphodiesterase Inhibitors as a Therapeutic Approach to Neuroprotection and Repair. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 18
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