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Lorraine Iacovitti, PhD

Lorraine Iacovitti, PhD

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901 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-8118
(215) 955-2992 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. N-Acetyl cysteine may support dopamine neurons in Parkinson's disease: Preliminary clinical and cell line data
  2. Neuroprotection: Basic mechanisms and translational potential
  3. Classic and novel stem cell niches in brain homeostasis and repair
  4. Neurogenesis is enhanced by stroke in multiple new stem cell niches along the ventricular system at sites of high BBB permeability
  5. Stem cell therapy for glaucoma: Science or snake oil?
  6. A stem cell-derived platform for studying single synaptic vesicles in dopaminergic synapses
  7. The hTH-GFP reporter rat model for the study of Parkinson's disease
  8. Evolutionary conservation of an atypical glucocorticoid-responsive element in the human tyrosine hydroxylase gene
  9. BMP and TGF-Β pathway mediators are critical upstream regulators of Wnt signaling during midbrain dopamine differentiation in human pluripotent stem cells
  10. Tracking Transplanted Bone Marrow Stem Cells and Their Effects in the Rat MCAO Stroke Model
  11. Gremlin is a novel VTA derived neuroprotective factor for dopamine neurons
  12. Changes in host blood factors and brain glia accompanying the functional recovery after systemic administration of bone marrow stem cells in ischemic stroke rats
  13. Cell-autonomous alteration of dopaminergic transmission by wild type and mutant (ΔE) TorsinA in transgenic mice
  14. VTA neurons show a potentially protective transcriptional response to MPTP
  15. Dopaminergic neurons derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells survive and integrate into 6-OHDA-lesioned rats
  16. Heterotopically transplanted CVO neural stem cells generate neurons and migrate with SVZ cells in 072F the adult mouse brain
  17. Genetic ablation of caveolin-1 increases neural stem cell proliferation in the subventricular zone (SVZ) of the adult mouse brain
  18. Functional heterogeneity at dopamine release sites
  19. Human amniotic fluid stem cells do not differentiate into dopamine neurons in vitro or after transplantation in vivo
  20. Circumventricular organs: A novel site of neural stem cells in the adult brain
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