Robert F. Halliwell

University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA, United States 
Pharmacology, Toxicology, Neuroscience Biology
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Salmanzadeh H, Ahmadi-Soleimani M, Azadi M, et al. (2021) Adolescent Substance Abuse, Transgenerational Consequences and Epigenetics. Current Neuropharmacology
Salmanzadeh H, Ahmadi-Soleimani SM, Pachenari N, et al. (2020) Adolescent drug exposure: A review of evidence for the development of persistent changes in brain function. Brain Research Bulletin. 156: 105-117
Khansari PS, Halliwell RF. (2019) Mechanisms Underlying Neuroprotection by the NSAID Mefenamic Acid in an Experimental Model of Stroke. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 13: 64
Haynes JM, Halliwell RF. (2017) The potential of stem cells for 21st century neuroscience, II. Neurochemistry International. 106: 1-2
Halliwell RF. (2016) Electrophysiological properties of neurons derived from human stem cells and iNeurons in vitro. Neurochemistry International
Cao WS, Livesey JC, Halliwell RF. (2015) An evaluation of a human stem cell line to identify risk of developmental neurotoxicity with antiepileptic drugs. Toxicology in Vitro : An International Journal Published in Association With Bibra. 29: 592-9
Coyne L, Shan M, Przyborski SA, et al. (2011) Neuropharmacological properties of neurons derived from human stem cells. Neurochemistry International. 59: 404-12
Khansari PS, Halliwell RF. (2009) Evidence for neuroprotection by the fenamate NSAID, mefenamic acid. Neurochemistry International. 55: 683-8
Harris D, Clayton T, Cook J, et al. (2008) Selective influence on contextual memory: physiochemical properties associated with selectivity of benzodiazepine ligands at GABAA receptors containing the alpha5 subunit. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. 51: 3788-803
López-Rodríguez A, Trejo AC, Coyne L, et al. (2007) The product of the gene GEF1 of Saccharomyces cerevisiae transports Cl- across the plasma membrane. Fems Yeast Research. 7: 1218-29
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