Marcia G. Honig

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University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, United States 
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Guley NH, Rogers JT, Del Mar NA, et al. (2015) A Novel Closed-head Model of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury using Focal Primary Overpressure Blast to the Cranium in Mice. Journal of Neurotrauma
Del Mar N, von Buttlar X, Yu AS, et al. (2015) A novel closed-body model of spinal cord injury caused by high-pressure air blasts produces extensive axonal injury and motor impairments. Experimental Neurology. 271: 53-71
Reiner A, Heldt SA, Presley CS, et al. (2015) Motor, visual and emotional deficits in mice after closed-head mild traumatic brain injury are alleviated by the novel CB2 inverse agonist SMM-189. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 16: 758-87
Heldt SA, Elberger AJ, Deng Y, et al. (2014) A novel closed-head model of mild traumatic brain injury caused by primary overpressure blast to the cranium produces sustained emotional deficits in mice. Frontiers in Neurology. 5: 2
Cagle MC, Honig MG. (2014) Parcellation of cerebellins 1, 2, and 4 among different subpopulations of dorsal horn neurons in mouse spinal cord. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 522: 479-97
Reiner A, Yang M, Cagle MC, et al. (2011) Localization of cerebellin-2 in late embryonic chicken brain: implications for a role in synapse formation and for brain evolution. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 519: 2225-51
Yang M, Cagle MC, Honig MG. (2010) Identification of cerebellin2 in chick and its preferential expression by subsets of developing sensory neurons and their targets in the dorsal horn. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 518: 2818-40
Reiner A, Honig MG. (2006) Dextran amines: Versatile tools for anterograde and retrograde studies of nervous system connectivity Neuroanatomical Tract-Tracing 3: Molecules, Neurons, and Systems. 304-335
Honig MG, Camilli SJ, Surineni KM, et al. (2005) The contributions of BMP4, positive guidance cues, and repulsive molecules to cutaneous nerve formation in the chick hindlimb. Developmental Biology. 282: 257-73
Honig MG, Camilli SJ, Xue QS. (2004) Ectoderm removal prevents cutaneous nerve formation and perturbs sensory axon growth in the chick hindlimb. Developmental Biology. 266: 27-42
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