David Romeo-Guitart

Endogenous mechanisms of neuroprotection, autophagy
"David Romeo-Guitart"
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Marmolejo-Martínez-Artesero S, Casas C, Romeo-Guitart D. (2021) Endogenous Mechanisms of Neuroprotection: To Boost or Not to Boost. Cells. 10
Marmolejo-Martínez-Artesero S, Romeo-Guitart D, Venegas V, et al. (2020) NeuroHeal Improves Muscle Regeneration after Injury. Cells. 10
Romeo-Guitart D, Marmolejo-Martínez-Artesero S, Casas C. (2020) Is it the time of autophagy fine-tuners for neuroprotection? Autophagy. 1-2
Marmolejo-Martínez-Artesero S, Romeo-Guitart D, Mañas-García L, et al. (2020) NeuroHeal Reduces Muscle Atrophy and Modulates Associated Autophagy. Cells. 9
Romeo-Guitart D, Leiva-Rodríguez T, Casas C. (2020) SIRT2 Inhibition Improves Functional Motor Recovery After Peripheral Nerve Injury. Neurotherapeutics : the Journal of the American Society For Experimental Neurotherapeutics
Romeo-Guitart D, Marcos-DeJuana C, Marmolejo-Martínez-Artesero S, et al. (2020) Novel neuroprotective therapy with NeuroHeal by autophagy induction for damaged neonatal motoneurons. Theranostics. 10: 5154-5168
Romeo-Guitart D, Casas C. (2020) NeuroHeal Treatment Alleviates Neuropathic Pain and Enhances Sensory Axon Regeneration. Cells. 9
Romeo-Guitart D, Leiva-Rodriguez T, Forés J, et al. (2019) Improved Motor Nerve Regeneration by SIRT1/Hif1a-Mediated Autophagy. Cells. 8
Romeo-Guitart D, Casas C. (2019) Network-centric medicine for peripheral nerve injury: Treating the whole to boost endogenous mechanisms of neuroprotection and regeneration. Neural Regeneration Research. 14: 1122-1128
Leiva-Rodríguez T, Romeo-Guitart D, Marmolejo-Martínez-Artesero S, et al. (2018) ATG5 overexpression is neuroprotective and attenuates cytoskeletal and vesicle-trafficking alterations in axotomized motoneurons. Cell Death & Disease. 9: 626
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