Kimberly A. Fernandes

Affiliations: 
University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
Area:
Neurodegeneration
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Fernandes KA, Bloomsburg SJ, Miller CJ, et al. (2015) Novel axon projection after stress and degeneration in the Dscam mutant retina. Molecular and Cellular Neurosciences. 71: 1-12
Hedberg-Buenz A, Christopher MA, Lewis CJ, et al. (2015) Quantitative measurement of retinal ganglion cell populations via histology-based random forest classification. Experimental Eye Research
Fernandes KA, Harder JM, Williams PA, et al. (2015) Using genetic mouse models to gain insight into glaucoma: Past results and future possibilities. Experimental Eye Research
Fernandes KA, Harder JM, John SW, et al. (2014) DLK-dependent signaling is important for somal but not axonal degeneration of retinal ganglion cells following axonal injury. Neurobiology of Disease. 69: 108-16
Huang L, Hu F, Xie X, et al. (2014) Pou4f1 and pou4f2 are dispensable for the long-term survival of adult retinal ganglion cells in mice. Plos One. 9: e94173
Fernandes KA, Harder JM, Kim J, et al. (2013) JUN regulates early transcriptional responses to axonal injury in retinal ganglion cells. Experimental Eye Research. 112: 106-17
Harder JM, Ding Q, Fernandes KA, et al. (2012) BCL2L1 (BCL-X) promotes survival of adult and developing retinal ganglion cells. Molecular and Cellular Neurosciences. 51: 53-9
Harder JM, Fernandes KA, Libby RT. (2012) The Bcl-2 family member BIM has multiple glaucoma-relevant functions in DBA/2J mice. Scientific Reports. 2: 530
Fernandes KA, Harder JM, Fornarola LB, et al. (2012) JNK2 and JNK3 are major regulators of axonal injury-induced retinal ganglion cell death. Neurobiology of Disease. 46: 393-401
Yanpallewar SU, Fernandes K, Marathe SV, et al. (2010) Alpha2-adrenoceptor blockade accelerates the neurogenic, neurotrophic, and behavioral effects of chronic antidepressant treatment. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 30: 1096-109
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