Dana M. Mctigue, Phd

Neuroscience Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
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Pukos N, Marion CM, Arnold WD, et al. (2023) Chronic demyelination and myelin repair after spinal cord injury in mice: A potential link for glutamatergic axon activity. Glia
Brennan FH, Li Y, Wang C, et al. (2022) Microglia coordinate cellular interactions during spinal cord repair in mice. Nature Communications. 13: 4096
Faw TD, Lakhani B, Schmalbrock P, et al. (2021) Eccentric rehabilitation induces white matter plasticity and sensorimotor recovery in chronic spinal cord injury. Experimental Neurology. 113853
Sauerbeck AD, Goldstein EZ, Alfredo AN, et al. (2021) Alpha-synuclein increases in rodent and human spinal cord injury and promotes inflammation and tissue loss. Scientific Reports. 11: 11720
Goodus MT, Carson KE, Sauerbeck AD, et al. (2021) Liver inflammation at the time of spinal cord injury enhances intraspinal pathology, liver injury, metabolic syndrome and locomotor deficits. Experimental Neurology. 342: 113725
Pukos N, McTigue DM. (2020) Delayed short-term tamoxifen treatment does not promote remyelination or neuron sparing after spinal cord injury. Plos One. 15: e0235232
Goodus MT, McTigue DM. (2019) Hepatic dysfunction after spinal cord injury: A vicious cycle of central and peripheral pathology? Experimental Neurology. 113160
Pukos N, Goodus MT, Sahinkaya FR, et al. (2019) Myelin status and oligodendrocyte lineage cells over time after spinal cord injury: What do we know and what still needs to be unwrapped? Glia
Goodus M, Sauerbeck AD, Popovich PG, et al. (2018) Dietary Green Tea Extract Prior to Spinal Cord Injury Prevents Hepatic Iron Overload but does not Improve Chronic Hepatic and Spinal Cord Pathology in Rats. Journal of Neurotrauma
Blissett AR, Deng B, Wei P, et al. (2018) Sub-cellular In-situ Characterization of Ferritin(iron) in a Rodent Model of Spinal Cord Injury. Scientific Reports. 8: 3567
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