David S.K. Magnuson

Neurological Surgery University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, United States 
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Dionne A, Cavayas YA, Magnuson D, et al. (2023) Is it safe to initiate activity-based therapy within days following traumatic spinal cord injury? Preliminary results from the PROMPT-SCI trial. The Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine. 1-6
Shepard CT, Pocratsky AM, Brown BL, et al. (2021) Silencing long ascending propriospinal neurons after spinal cord injury improves hindlimb stepping in the adult rat. Elife. 10
Pocratsky AM, Shepard CT, Morehouse JR, et al. (2020) Long ascending propriospinal neurons provide flexible, context-specific control of interlimb coordination. Elife. 9
Chariker JH, Sharp M, Ohri SS, et al. (2020) RNA-seq data of soleus muscle tissue after spinal cord injury under conditions of inactivity and applied exercise. Data in Brief. 28: 105056
Fouad K, Bixby JL, Callahan A, et al. (2019) FAIR SCI Ahead: the evolution of the Open Data Commons for preclinical spinal cord injury research (ODC-SCI.org). Journal of Neurotrauma
Keller AV, Rees KM, Prince DC, et al. (2017) Dynamic "range of motion" hindlimb stretching disrupts locomotor function in rats with moderate subacute spinal cord injuries. Journal of Neurotrauma
DeVeau KM, Martin EK, King NT, et al. (2016) Challenging cardiac function post-spinal cord injury with dobutamine. Autonomic Neuroscience : Basic & Clinical
Keller AV, Wainwright GN, Shum-Siu A, et al. (2016) Disruption of locomotion in response to hindlimb muscle stretch at acute and chronic time points after a spinal cord injury in rats. Journal of Neurotrauma
May Z, Fouad K, Shum-Siu A, et al. (2015) Challenges of animal models in SCI research: Effects of pre-injury task-specific training in adult rats before lesion. Behavioural Brain Research. 291: 26-35
Kwon BK, Streijger F, Hill CE, et al. (2015) Large animal and primate models of spinal cord injury for the testing of novel therapies. Experimental Neurology. 269: 154-68
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