Jacqueline Deans, PhD

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Chemistry University of Birmingham, Birmingham, England, United Kingdom 
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Jiruska P, Powell AD, Deans JK, et al. (2010) Effects of direct brain stimulation depend on seizure dynamics. Epilepsia. 51: 93-7
Deans JK, Powell AD, Jefferys JG. (2007) Sensitivity of coherent oscillations in rat hippocampus to AC electric fields. The Journal of Physiology. 583: 555-65
Roxburgh RH, Sawcer S, Maranian M, et al. (2006) No evidence of a significant role for CTLA-4 in multiple sclerosis. Journal of Neuroimmunology. 171: 193-7
Coles AJ, Cox A, Le Page E, et al. (2006) The window of therapeutic opportunity in multiple sclerosis: evidence from monoclonal antibody therapy. Journal of Neurology. 253: 98-108
Coles A, Deans J, Compston A. (2004) Campath-1H treatment of multiple sclerosis: lessons from the bedside for the bench. Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery. 106: 270-4
Bikson M, Inoue M, Akiyama H, et al. (2004) Effects of uniform extracellular DC electric fields on excitability in rat hippocampal slices in vitro. The Journal of Physiology. 557: 175-90
Jefferys JG, Deans J, Bikson M, et al. (2003) Effects of weak electric fields on the activity of neurons and neuronal networks. Radiation Protection Dosimetry. 106: 321-3
Pringle AK, Schmidt W, Deans JK, et al. (2003) 7-Hydroxylated epiandrosterone (7-OH-EPIA) reduces ischaemia-induced neuronal damage both in vivo and in vitro. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 18: 117-24
Sawcer S, Maranian M, Setakis E, et al. (2002) A whole genome screen for linkage disequilibrium in multiple sclerosis confirms disease associations with regions previously linked to susceptibility. Brain : a Journal of Neurology. 125: 1337-47
Hensiek AE, Sawcer SJ, Feakes R, et al. (2002) HLA-DR 15 is associated with female sex and younger age at diagnosis in multiple sclerosis. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry. 72: 184-7
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