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Microembolism ischemia publications:

 

 

Microemboli alter the acute stress response and cause prolonged expression of MCP-1 in the hippocampus.
By.  Nemeth, Christina L.; Neigh, Gretchen N.

PSYCHONEUROENDOCRINOL; 2015 Feb 4.  doi:  10.1016/j.psyneuen.2015.01.023


Microglial activation occurs in the absence of anxiety-like behavior following microembolic stroke in female, but not male, rats.

By:  Nemeth, Christina L.; Reddy, Renuka; Bekhbat, Mandakh; Bailey, Jabari; Neigh, Gretchen N.
J NEUROINFLAMM; 2014 Nov 6. 11(1):174. 

 

Heartsick: psychiatric and inflammatory implications of cerebromicrovascular disease

By: Nemeth, Christina L.; Haroon, Ebrahim; Neigh, Gretchen N.

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY  Volume: 29   Issue: 6   Pages: 577-585  Published: JUN 2014

 

Microembolism induces anhedonia but no detectable changes in white matter integrity in aged rats

By: Nemeth, Christina L.; Gutman, David A.; Majeed, Waqas; et al.

PLOS ONE  Volume: 9   Issue: 5     Article Number:e96624   Published: MAY 8 2014

 

Microembolism infarcts lead to delayed changes in affective-like behaviors followed by spatial memory impairment

By: Nemeth, Christina L.; Shurte, Mallory S.; McTigue, Dana M.; et al.

BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH  Volume: 234   Issue: 2  Pages: 259-266   Published: OCT 1 2012

 

 

 

 

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