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Zhao S, et al.
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Zhao S, DeFinis JH, Hou S
(2021) Alterations of Dopamine-Related Transcripts in A11 Diencephalospinal Pathways after Spinal Cord Injury. Neural Plast 2021:8838932
Korshunov KS, et al.
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Korshunov KS, Blakemore LJ, Bertram R, Trombley PQ
(2020) Spiking and Membrane Properties of Rat Olfactory Bulb Dopamine Neurons. Front Cell Neurosci 14:60
Beals N, et al.
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Beals N, Farhath MM, Kharel P, Croos B, Mahendran T, Johnson J, Basu S
(2022) Rationally designed DNA therapeutics can modulate human TH expression by controlling specific GQ formation in its promoter. Mol Ther 30(2):831-844
Gasior K, et al.
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Gasior K, Korshunov K, Trombley PQ, Bertram R
(2021) Fast-slow analysis as a technique for understanding the neuronal response to current ramps. J Comput Neurosci
Zhao S, et al.
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Zhao S, Hou S
(2020) Transgene expression within the spinal cord of hTH-eGFP rats. J. Chem. Neuroanat. 109:101853
Neuroscience
Castelli MP, et al.
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Castelli MP, Spiga S, Perra A, Madeddu C, Mulas G, Ennas MG, Gessa GL
(2016) α2A adrenergic receptors highly expressed in mesoprefrontal dopamine neurons. Neuroscience 332:130-9
Iacovitti L, et al.
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Iacovitti L, Wei X, Cai J, Kostuk EW, Lin R, Gorodinsky A, Roman P, Kusek G, Das SS, Dufour A, Martinez TN, Dave KD
(2014) The hTH-GFP reporter rat model for the study of Parkinson's disease. PLoS ONE 9(12):e113151
Parkinson's
Iacovitti L, et al.
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Iacovitti L, Wei X, Cai J, Kostuk EW, Lin R, Gorodinsky A, Roman P, Kusek G, Das SS, Dufour A, Dave KD
(2013) The hTH-GFP rat: a novel model for the study of Parkinson’s disease Poster
Parkinson's
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