Steven A. Goldman

Affiliations: 
University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY, United States 
Area:
neurogenesis, gliogenesis, clinical neurology
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Windrem MS, Schanz SJ, Zou L, et al. (2020) Human Glial Progenitor Cells Effectively Remyelinate the Demyelinated Adult Brain. Cell Reports. 31: 107658
Dietz AG, Goldman SA, Nedergaard M. (2019) Glial cells in schizophrenia: a unified hypothesis. The Lancet. Psychiatry
Wang M, Qin C, Luo X, et al. (2019) Astrocytic connexin 43 potentiates myelin injury in ischemic white matter disease. Theranostics. 9: 4474-4493
Liu Z, Osipovitch M, Benraiss A, et al. (2019) Dysregulated Glial Differentiation in Schizophrenia May Be Relieved by Suppression of SMAD4- and REST-Dependent Signaling. Cell Reports. 27: 3832-3843.e6
Mariani JN, Zou L, Goldman SA. (2019) Human Glial Chimeric Mice to Define the Role of Glial Pathology in Human Disease. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1936: 311-331
Osipovitch M, Asenjo Martinez A, Mariani JN, et al. (2019) Human ESC-Derived Chimeric Mouse Models of Huntington's Disease Reveal Cell-Intrinsic Defects in Glial Progenitor Cell Differentiation. Cell Stem Cell. 24: 107-122.e7
Windrem MS, Osipovitch M, Liu Z, et al. (2017) Human iPSC Glial Mouse Chimeras Reveal Glial Contributions to Schizophrenia. Cell Stem Cell
Nevin ZS, Factor DC, Karl RT, et al. (2017) Modeling the Mutational and Phenotypic Landscapes of Pelizaeus-Merzbacher Disease with Human iPSC-Derived Oligodendrocytes. American Journal of Human Genetics
Sun W, Cornwell A, Li J, et al. (2017) SOX9 is an astrocyte-specific nuclear marker in the adult brain outside the neurogenic regions. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Osorio MJ, Rowitch DH, Tesar P, et al. (2016) Concise Review: Stem Cell-Based Treatment of Pelizaeus-Merzbacher Disease. Stem Cells (Dayton, Ohio)
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