Check out the latest publications from our team members!

MicroRNA-124-loaded nanoparticles protect and increase differentiation of neural stem cells in vitro but do not contribute to stroke outcome. PLOS ONE. In press.

Microglia in Health and Disease: A Double-Edged Sword, published in  Mediators of Inflammation

Anti-inflammatory strategy for M2 microglial polarization using retinoic acid-loaded nanoparticles, published in Mediators of Inflammation

Synthetic microparticles conjugated with VEGF165 improve the survival and function of endothelial progenitor cells via microRNA-17 inhibition, published in Nature Communications

MicroRNA: basic concepts and implications for regeneration and repair of neurodegenerative diseases, published in Biochemical Pharmacology

Blue light potentiates neurogenesis induced by retinoic acid-loaded responsive nanoparticles, published in Acta Biomaterialia

Impact of Neuroinflammation on Hippocampal Neurogenesis: Relevance to Ageing and Alzheimer’s Disease, published in Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease

Lipocalin-2 regulates adult neurogenesis and contextual discriminative behaviours, published in Molecular Psychiatry


New Publications

More publications from 2017:

Determination of catecholamines and endogenous related compounds in rat brain tissue exploring their native fluorescence and liquid chromatography, published in Journal of Chromatography B

Challenging the Great Vascular Wall: can we envision a simple yet comprehensive therapy for stroke?, published in Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

Dual role of histamine on microglia-induced neurodegeneration, published in Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) – Molecular Basis of Disease

New Publications

Another trio of papers were recently published:

Heterocellular contacts with mouse brain endothelial cells via laminin and α6β1 integrin sustain subventricular zone (SVZ) stem/progenitor cells properties, published in Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience

Vascular inter-regulation of inflammation: molecular and cellular targets for CNS therapy, published in Journal of Neurochemistry

Traceable microRNA-124 loaded nanoparticles as a new promising therapeutic tool for Parkinson’s disease, published in Neurogenesis

New Publications

We have just released a trio of papers: