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by Ghinda, Diana and Chen, Suzan and Bedaiwy, Mahmoud and Jabri, Hussam and Alshardan, Mohammad and Taccone, Michael S and Lai, Carolyn and Rabski, Jessica and Tsai, Eve and Dedek, Annemarie and Xu, Jian and Tsai, Eve and Lombroso, Paul and Hildebrand, Mike and Mothe, Andrea and Tator, Charles H and Siladi, Andrew and Nally, Jaqueline and Stirling, David and Keller, Anastasia and Buckley, Christian and Shum-Siu, Alice and Magnuson, David and Rosenbaum, Benjamin P and Kelly, Michael L and Ahuja, Christopher and Ahuja, Christopher and Nori, Satoshi and Khazaei, Mohamad and Ahlfors, Jan-Eric and Liu, Yang and Wang, Jian and Fuehrmann, Tobias and Pakulska, Malgosia and Hettiaratchi, Marian H and Poon, Peter and Shoichet, Molly S and Fehlings, Michael G and Fehlings, Michael G and Fehlings, Michael G and Hazrati, Lili-Naz and Cherian, Leela and Nilewski, Lizanne and Tour, James M and Kent, Thomas A and Robertson, Claudia S and Wilde, Elisabeth and Newsome, Mary and Scheibel, Randall and Troyanskaya, Maya and Velez, Carmen and Wade, Benjamin and Drennon, Ann Marie and York, Gerald and Bigler, Erin and Abildskov, Tracy and Taylor, Brian and Jaramillo, Carlos and Eapen, Blessen and Belanger, Heather and Morey, Rajendra and Haswell, Courtney and Levin, Harvey and Hinds, Sidney and Walker, William and Walker, William and Kochunov, Peter and Jahanshad, Neda and Thompson, Paul and Tate, David and Statz, Jonathan and Goodrich, Jessica and Goforth, Cdr Carl and Tschiffely, Anna E and Arena, John D and Smith, Douglas H and Wolf, John A and Johnson, Victoria E and Rhodes, James and Friess, Stuart and Lee, Taylor and Lycke, Roy J and Jang, Ikbeom and Vike, Nicole L and Nauman, Eric A and Talavage, Thomas M and Rispoli, Joseph V and Alonso-Escalante, Jose and Fulton, William and Sodhi, Chhinder and Hackam, David J and Nasr, Isam W and Hubbard, W B and Joseph, Binoy and Spry, Malinda L and Vekaria, Hemendra J and Saatman, Kathryn and Sullivan, Patrick G and Sullivan, Patrick G and Vascak, Michal and ...
Journal of Neurotrauma, ISSN 0897-7151, 08/2018, Volume 35, Issue 16, pp. A-1 - A-285
[...]the vast majority of basic science pain research ends at target identification and validation in rodent models of chronic pain without confirmation in... 
Abstracts | Neurosciences | Keywords | Traumatic brain injury | Cytokines | Central nervous system | Inflammation | Gene expression | Trauma | Studies | Brain research | Hospitals | Pain | Rodents | Stem cells | DNA methylation | Biomarkers | Spinal cord injuries | Growth factors | Research centers | Proteins
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by Khazaei, Mohamad and Baig, Sara and Merchant, Jainetri and Chan, Priscilla and Fehlings, Michael and Fehlings, Michael and Fehlings, Michael and Giudice, J. Sebastian and Forman, Jason and Panzer, Matthew B and Dalton, Jay and Mauria, Rohit and Chapple, Kristina and Cook, Alan and Turner, Jay and McCrea, Michael A and Nelson, Lindsay D and Tummala, Shanti and Meaney, David and Hawryluk, Gregory and Nielson, Jessica and Huie, J. Russell and Zimmermann, Lara and Saigal, Rajiv and Ding, Quan and Ferguson, Adam and Manley, Geoffrey and Lee, Stephanie and Gajavelli, Shyam and Gajavelli, Shyam and Gajavelli, Shyam and Spurlock, Markus and Spurlock, Markus and Rivera, Karla and Rivera, Karla and Rivera, Karla and Androni, Cody and de Rivero Vaccari, Juan Pablo and de Rivero Vaccari, Juan Pablo and Keane, Robert and Bulock, Ross and Dietrich, Dalton and Meeker, Kole and Bullock, Kristin and Banks, William and Cook, David and Main, Bevan and Villapol, Sonia and Barton, David and Sloley, Stephanie and Stefos, Kathryn and Burns, Mark and Swanson, Randel and Johnson, Victoria and Parker, Andrew and Elliott, Mark and Weber, Maura and Acharya, Nimish and Cognetti, John and Cullen, Kacy and Verma, Ragini and Smith, Douglas and Pat, Betty and Pat, Betty and McAllister, Sean and Floyd, Candace and Floyd, Candace and Harris, Neil G and Reynolds, Joshua and Turtle, Joel and Leal, Gizelle and Huang, Yung-Jen and Strain, Misty and Grau, James and Greco, Tiffany and Giza, Christopher and Prins, Mayumi and Folkerts, Michael and Russo, Robin and Koch, Paul and Koch, Paul and Adam, Christopher and Weber, Maura and Johnson, Victoria and Johnson, Victoria and Wolf, John and Wolf, John and Cai, Yan and Perigo, Shauna and Bhaduri, Srija and Rosenbaum, Philip and Harris, Neil G and Giza, Christopher C and Kumar, Raj and Kumar, Raj and Ranganathan, Prerna and Ranganathan, Prerna and Ranganathan, Prerna and Oh, Byung-Mo and Wagner, Amy and ...
Journal of Neurotrauma, ISSN 0897-7151, 07/2017, Volume 34, Issue 13, pp. A-1 - A-163
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Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, ISSN 0890-8567, 2012, Volume 51, Issue 2, pp. 181 - 191
Objective Preterm children are at risk for social–emotional difficulties, including autism and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. We assessed the... 
Pediatrics | Psychiatry | orbitofrontal cortex | social–emotional development | preterm infant | neurodevelopment | hippocampus | socialemotional development | PREMATURE-INFANT | RISK-FACTORS | AUTISM | LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT | HIPPOCAMPAL VOLUMES | PSYCHIATRY | PSYCHOLOGY, DEVELOPMENTAL | BRAIN-DEVELOPMENT | WHITE-MATTER INJURY | DIFFICULTIES QUESTIONNAIRE | PSYCHIATRIC-DISORDERS | PEDIATRICS | social-emotional development | OUTCOMES | Correlation | Body Weight | Diagnostic Tests | Scores | Emotional Problems | At Risk Persons | Social Development | Premature Infants | Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire | Pregnancy | Neurology | Peer Relationship | Gender Differences | Brain Hemisphere Functions | Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder | Measures (Individuals) | Questionnaires | Young Children | Emotional Development | Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity - physiopathology | Autistic Disorder - physiopathology | Follow-Up Studies | Infant, Very Low Birth Weight | Humans | Child, Preschool | Image Interpretation, Computer-Assisted | Peer Group | Infant | Male | Emotional Intelligence - physiology | Dominance, Cerebral - physiology | Social Behavior | Female | Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity - diagnosis | Autistic Disorder - diagnosis | Infant, Newborn | Infant, Premature, Diseases - physiopathology | Brain - physiopathology | Frontal Lobe - physiopathology | Infant, Premature, Diseases - diagnosis | Organ Size - physiology | Hippocampus - pathology | Anisotropy | Diffusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging | Sex Factors | Brain - pathology | Hippocampus - physiopathology | Frontal Lobe - pathology | Usage | Magnetic resonance imaging | Infants (Premature) | Analysis | Research | Hippocampus (Brain) | Social aspects | Frontal lobes | Neurogenesis | Risk factors | Methods | Emotional development | Brain | Child psychology | Mental disorders | Child development | Premature birth | Emotions | Neurodevelopment | Preterm infant | Hippocampus
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Journal of Pediatrics, The, ISSN 0022-3476, 2014, Volume 164, Issue 1, pp. 52 - 60.e2
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 02/2018, Volume 13, Issue 2, p. e0192441
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 02/2017, Volume 12, Issue 2, p. e0172353
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 06/2016, Volume 11, Issue 6, p. e0156852
Peripheral muscarinic acetylcholine receptors regulate insulin and glucagon release in rodents but their importance for similar roles in humans is unclear.... 
ENDOCRINE PANCREAS | SPLANCHNIC NEURAL REGULATION | GLUCOSE-HOMEOSTASIS | POLYPEPTIDE RELEASE | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | INSULIN-SECRETION | C-PEPTIDE | PERFUSED HUMAN-PANCREAS | XENIN | MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR | GIP | Islets of Langerhans - drug effects | C-Peptide - blood | Muscarinic Agonists - pharmacology | Humans | Middle Aged | Glucagon-Like Peptide 1 - blood | Male | Insulin - blood | Glucagon - blood | Glucose Intolerance - blood | Dose-Response Relationship, Drug | Bethanechol - pharmacology | Islets of Langerhans - metabolism | Non-Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic | Postprandial Period | Neurotensin - pharmacology | Adult | Female | Neurotensin - administration & dosage | Hormones - blood | Glucose Intolerance - physiopathology | Muscarinic Agonists - administration & dosage | Administration, Oral | Gastric Inhibitory Polypeptide - blood | Cross-Over Studies | Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2 - blood | Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2 - physiopathology | Pancreatic Polypeptide - blood | Bethanechol - administration & dosage | Gastric Emptying - drug effects | Blood Glucose - metabolism | Acetylcholine receptors (muscarinic) | Glucagon | Homeostasis | Lipids | Glucose | Infusion | Receptors | Mouse devices | Blood-brain barrier | Intestine | Rodents | Physiology | Pancreas | Diabetes mellitus (non-insulin dependent) | Glucagon-like peptide 1 | Polypeptides | Internal medicine | Secretion | Diabetes mellitus | Emptying | Gastric emptying | GIP protein | Metabolism | Insulin | Medicine | Studies | Glucose tolerance | Signaling | Acetaminophen | Diabetes | Endocrinology
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