Mia Emgård

1996-2001 Lund University, Lund, Skåne län, Sweden 
"Mia Emgård"
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Emgård M, Piao J, Aineskog H, et al. (2014) Neuroprotective effects of human spinal cord-derived neural precursor cells after transplantation to the injured spinal cord. Experimental Neurology. 253: 138-45
Buta C, David R, Dressel R, et al. (2013) Reconsidering pluripotency tests: do we still need teratoma assays? Stem Cell Research. 11: 552-62
Emgård M, Holmberg L, Samuelsson EB, et al. (2009) Human neural precursor cells continue to proliferate and exhibit low cell death after transplantation to the injured rat spinal cord. Brain Research. 1278: 15-26
Emgård M, Paradisi M, Pirondi S, et al. (2007) Prenatal glucocorticoid exposure affects learning and vulnerability of cholinergic neurons. Neurobiology of Aging. 28: 112-21
Daré E, Tofighi R, Nutt L, et al. (2004) Styrene 7,8-oxide induces mitochondrial damage and oxidative stress in neurons Toxicology. 201: 125-132
Tamm C, Robertson JD, Sleeper E, et al. (2004) Differential regulation of the mitochondrial and death receptor pathways in neural stem cells. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 19: 2613-21
Emgård M, Hallin U, Karlsson J, et al. (2003) Both apoptosis and necrosis occur early after intracerebral grafting of ventral mesencephalic tissue: a role for protease activation. Journal of Neurochemistry. 86: 1223-32
Ahn YH, Emgård M, Brundin P. (2003) Ultrastructural characterization of dissociated embryonic ventral mesencephalic tissue treated with neuroprotectants. Cell Transplantation. 12: 235-41
Emgård M, Blomgren K, Brundin P. (2002) Characterisation of cell damage and death in embryonic mesencephalic tissue: a study on ultrastructure, vital stains and protease activity. Neuroscience. 115: 1177-87
Karlsson J, Emgård M, Brundin P. (2002) Comparison between survival of lazaroid-treated embryonic nigral neurons in cell suspensions, cultures and transplants. Brain Research. 955: 268-80
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