Richard P. Kraig

Neurobiology University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
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Grinberg YY, Zitzow LA, Kraig RP. (2017) Intranasally Administered IGF-1 Inhibits Spreading Depression In Vivo. Brain Research
Pusic KM, Pusic AD, Kraig RP. (2016) Environmental Enrichment Stimulates Immune Cell Secretion of Exosomes that Promote CNS Myelination and May Regulate Inflammation. Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology
Quesenberry PJ, Aliotta J, Camussi G, et al. (2015) Potential functional applications of extracellular vesicles: a report by the NIH Common Fund Extracellular RNA Communication Consortium. Journal of Extracellular Vesicles. 4: 27575
Pusic AD, Kraig RP. (2015) Phasic Treatment with Interferon Gamma Stimulates Release of Exosomes that Protect Against Spreading Depression. Journal of Interferon & Cytokine Research : the Official Journal of the International Society For Interferon and Cytokine Research. 35: 795-807
Pusic AD, Mitchell HM, Kunkler PE, et al. (2015) Spreading depression transiently disrupts myelin via interferon-gamma signaling. Experimental Neurology. 264: 43-54
Pusic KM, Pusic AD, Kemme J, et al. (2014) Spreading depression requires microglia and is decreased by their M2a polarization from environmental enrichment. Glia. 62: 1176-94
Pusic AD, Pusic KM, Kraig RP. (2014) What are exosomes and how can they be used in multiple sclerosis therapy? Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics. 14: 353-5
Pusic AD, Kraig RP. (2014) Youth and environmental enrichment generate serum exosomes containing miR-219 that promote CNS myelination. Glia. 62: 284-99
Pusic AD, Pusic KM, Clayton BL, et al. (2014) IFNγ-stimulated dendritic cell exosomes as a potential therapeutic for remyelination. Journal of Neuroimmunology. 266: 12-23
Grinberg YY, Dibbern ME, Levasseur VA, et al. (2013) Insulin-like growth factor-1 abrogates microglial oxidative stress and TNF-α responses to spreading depression. Journal of Neurochemistry. 126: 662-72
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