Vitaliy Marchenko

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Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
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Neuroscience Biology
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Shevtsova NA, Marchenko V, Bezdudnaya T. (2019) Modulation of Respiratory System by Limb Muscle Afferents in Intact and Injured Spinal Cord. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 13: 289
Zholudeva LV, Qiang L, Marchenko V, et al. (2018) The Neuroplastic and Therapeutic Potential of Spinal Interneurons in the Injured Spinal Cord. Trends in Neurosciences
Bezdudnaya T, Lane MA, Marchenko V. (2018) Paced breathing and phrenic nerve responses evoked by epidural stimulation following complete high cervical spinal cord injury in rats. Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985)
Bezdudnaya T, Hormigo KM, Marchenko V, et al. (2018) Spontaneous respiratory plasticity following unilateral high cervical spinal cord injury in behaving rats. Experimental Neurology
Spruance VM, Zholudeva LV, Hormigo KM, et al. (2018) Integration of Transplanted Neural Precursors with the Injured Spinal Cord. Journal of Neurotrauma
Bezdudnaya T, Marchenko V, Zholudeva LV, et al. (2017) Supraspinal respiratory plasticity following acute cervical spinal cord injury. Experimental Neurology. 293: 181-189
Hormigo KM, Zholudeva LV, Spruance VM, et al. (2016) Enhancing neural activity to drive respiratory plasticity following cervical spinal cord injury. Experimental Neurology
Ghali MG, Marchenko V. (2016) Effects of vagotomy on hypoglossal and phrenic responses to hypercapnia in the decerebrate rat. Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology
Ghali MG, Marchenko V. (2015) Patterns of Phrenic Nerve Discharge after Complete High Cervical Spinal Cord Injury in the Decerebrate Rat. Journal of Neurotrauma
Ghali MG, Marchenko V. (2015) Dynamic changes in phrenic motor output following high cervical hemisection in the decerebrate rat. Experimental Neurology. 271: 379-89
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