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Angelo Lepore, PhD

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900 Walnut Street
JHN 4th floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-5864
(215) 503-4358 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Corticothalamic network dysfunction and behavioral deficits in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease
  2. iPS cell transplantation for traumatic spinal cord injury
  3. GLT1 overexpression reverses established neuropathic pain-related behavior and attenuates chronic dorsal horn neuron activation following cervical spinal cord injury
  4. GLT1 overexpression in SOD1G93A mouse cervical spinal cord does not preserve diaphragm function or extend disease
  5. Functional and morphological assessment of diaphragm innervation by phrenic motor neurons
  6. Therapeutically targeting astrocytes with stem and progenitor cell transplantation following traumatic spinal cord injury
  7. Kv3.4 channel function and dysfunction in nociceptors
  8. Dysregulation of Kv3.4 channels in dorsal root ganglia following spinal cord injury
  9. Transplantation of glial progenitors that overexpress glutamate transporter GLT1 preserves diaphragm function following cervical SCI
  10. Human iPS cell-derived astrocyte transplants preserve respiratory function after spinal cord injury
  11. Persistent at-level thermal hyperalgesia and tactile allodynia accompany chronic neuronal and astrocyte activation in superficial dorsal horn following mouse cervical contusion spinal cord injury
  12. Chronic at-level thermal hyperalgesia following rat cervical contusion spinal cord inju 05B4 ry is accompanied by neuronal and astrocyte activation and loss of the astrocyte glutamate transporter, GLT1, in superficial dorsal horn
  13. Overexpression of the astrocyte glutamate transporter GLT1 exacerbates phrenic motor neuron degeneration, diaphragm compromise, and forelimb motor dysfunction following cervical contusion spinal cord injury
  14. Immunohistochemical toolkit for tracking and quantifying xenotransplanted human stem cells
  15. Early phrenic motor neuron loss and transient respiratory abnormalities after unilateral cervical spinal cord contusion
  16. Degeneration of phrenic motor neurons induces long-term diaphragm deficits following mid-cervical spinal contusion in mice
  17. Phrenic motor neuron degeneration compromises phrenic axonal circuitry and diaphragm activity in a unilateral cervical contusion model of spinal cord injury
  18. Intraspinal cell transplantation for targeting cervical ventral horn in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and traumatic spinal cord injury.
  19. Reduction in expression of the astrocyte glutamate transporter, GLT1, worsens functional and histological outcomes following traumatic spinal cord injury
  20. Astrocytes carrying the superoxide dismutase 1 (SOD1 G93A) mutation induce wild-type motor neuron degeneration in vivo
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