Eugenia Papalexi, Ph.D

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LaFave LM, Béguelin W, Koche R, et al. (2015) Loss of BAP1 function leads to EZH2-dependent transformation. Nature Medicine
Meyer SC, Keller MD, Chiu S, et al. (2015) CHZ868, a Type II JAK2 Inhibitor, Reverses Type I JAK Inhibitor Persistence and Demonstrates Efficacy in Myeloproliferative Neoplasms. Cancer Cell. 28: 15-28
Kleppe M, Kwak M, Koppikar P, et al. (2015) JAK-STAT pathway activation in malignant and nonmalignant cells contributes to MPN pathogenesis and therapeutic response. Cancer Discovery. 5: 316-31
Boukouvalas G, Antoniou K, Papalexi E, et al. (2008) Post weaning high fat feeding affects rats' behavior and hypothalamic pituitary adrenal axis at the onset of puberty in a sexually dimorphic manner. Neuroscience. 153: 373-82
Antoniou K, Papathanasiou G, Papalexi E, et al. (2008) Individual responses to novelty are associated with differences in behavioral and neurochemical profiles. Behavioural Brain Research. 187: 462-72
Soulis G, Papalexi E, Kittas C, et al. (2007) Early impact of a fat-enriched diet on behavioral responses of male and female rats. Behavioral Neuroscience. 121: 483-90
Koros C, Papalexi E, Anastasopoulos D, et al. (2007) Effects of AraC treatment on motor coordination and cerebellar cytoarchitecture in the adult rat. A possible protective role of NAC. Neurotoxicology. 28: 83-92
Papalexi E, Persson A, Björkqvist M, et al. (2005) Reduction of GnRH and infertility in the R6/2 mouse model of Huntington's disease. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 22: 1541-6
Papalexi E, Antoniou K, Kitraki E. (2005) Estrogens influence behavioral responses in a kainic acid model of neurotoxicity. Hormones and Behavior. 48: 291-302
Drossopoulou G, Antoniou K, Kitraki E, et al. (2004) Sex differences in behavioral, neurochemical and neuroendocrine effects induced by the forced swim test in rats. Neuroscience. 126: 849-57
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