John D. Elsworth

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Yale University, New Haven, CT 
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Dopamine Dysfunction
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Jamwal S, Blackburn JK, Elsworth JD. (2022) Expression of PON2 isoforms varies among brain regions in male and female African green monkeys. Free Radical Biology & Medicine. 178: 215-218
Blackburn JK, Jamwal S, Wang W, et al. (2021) Pioglitazone transiently stimulates paraoxonase-2 expression in male nonhuman primate brain: Implications for sex-specific therapeutics in neurodegenerative disorders. Neurochemistry International. 152: 105222
Jamwal S, Blackburn JK, Elsworth JD. (2021) Sex-based disparity in paraoxonase-2 expression in the brains of African green monkeys. Free Radical Biology & Medicine
Jamwal S, Blackburn J, Elsworth JD. (2020) PPARγ/PGC1α signaling as a potential therapeutic target for mitochondrial biogenesis in neurodegenerative disorders. Pharmacology & Therapeutics. 107705
Jamwal S, Elsworth JD, Rahi V, et al. (2020) Gene Therapy and immunotherapy as promising strategies to combat Huntington's Disease associated neurodegeneration: Emphasis on recent updates and future perspectives. Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics
Chung YG, Seay M, Elsworth J, et al. (2020) Generation of pluripotent stem cells using somatic cell nuclear transfer and induced pluripotent somatic cells from African Green Monkeys. Stem Cells and Development
Jamwal S, Gautam A, Elsworth J, et al. (2020) An updated insight into the molecular pathogenesis, secondary complications and potential therapeutics of COVID-19 pandemic. Life Sciences. 118105
Elsworth JD. (2020) Parkinson's disease treatment: past, present, and future. Journal of Neural Transmission (Vienna, Austria : 1996)
Blackburn JK, Curry DW, Thomsen AN, et al. (2020) Pioglitazone activates paraoxonase-2 in the brain: A novel neuroprotective mechanism. Experimental Neurology. 113234
Stutz B, Nasrallah C, Nigro M, et al. (2019) Dopamine neuronal protection in the mouse Substantia nigra by GHSR is independent of electric activity. Molecular Metabolism
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