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    Neurotrauma - Posters by Keyword

    What follows is an excerpt of the list of abstract titles that will be presented at Neurotrauma this year, listed by keyword:

    [Exercise]
    Div. Neurosurgery, and Brain Injury Res. Ctr., UCLA, Los Angeles, United States テつ*テつ*
    329 - Exercise counteracts the growth inhibitory action of myelin in the adult cns

    UCLA, Los Angeles, United States テつ*テつ*
    336 - The effects of voluntary exercise on neuronal plasticity is dependent on injury severity
    [Recovery]
    Georgia Tech/Emory Department of Biomedical Engineering, Atlanta, United States テつ*テつ*
    014 - Withdrawal from post-tbi progesterone treatment results in selective deficits for long-term recovery

    Toronto Western Hospital Research Institute, Toronto, Canada テつ*テつ*
    092 - Novel strategies for functional recovery after complete spinal cord transection based on the implantation of synthetic hydrogel tubes

    University of California Davis, Davis, United States テつ*テつ*
    102 - Lipid-mediated delivery of the x-linked inhibitor of apoptosis gene improves functional recovery following spinal cord contusion injury

    Texas A&M University, College Station, United States テつ*テつ*
    107 - Brain dependent processes contribute to the adverse テつ* consequences of uncontrollable stimulation on the recovery of function

    Texas A&M University, Dept of Psychology, College Station, United States テつ*テつ*
    108 - Uncontrollable stimulation undermines recovery of function after spinal cord injury

    University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada テつ*テつ*
    113 - Stimulation of endogenous ependymal region stem/progenitor cells by neurotrophic factors to promote axonal regeneration and recovery after spinal cord injury

    UNiversity of Milano, Milano, Italy テつ*テつ*
    124 - Il-8 receptor antagonist promotes recovery and neuroregeneration after traumatic spinal cord injury

    University of Louisville, Louisville, United States テつ*テつ*
    135 - The effects of intensive locomotor training and cutaneous feedback on locomotor recovery after incomplete spinal cord injury in rats

    W. M. KECK CENTER FOR COLLABORATIVE NEUROSCIENCE, RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, PISCATAWAY, United States テつ*テつ*
    154 - Embryonic radial glia bridge spinal cord lesions, protect tissue architecture, and promote functional recovery following spinal cord injury

    University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, United States テつ*テつ*
    190 - Chronic risperidone treatment delays motor and cognitive recovery after experimental traumatic brain injury

    Georgetown University, District of Columbia, United States テつ*テつ*
    207 - Effect of spinal cord injury severity and locomotor recovery on h-reflex rate sensitivity

    Univ of New Mexico, Albuquerque, United States テつ*テつ*
    226 - Amphetamine and recovery in pediatric tbi: preliminary results

    Univ of New Mexico, Albuquerque, United States テつ*テつ*
    229 - A preliminary study of magnetic resonance spectroscopy & motor recovery in pediatric tbi: does amphetamine treatment affect outcome

    East Carolina University, Greenville, United States
    257 - Transplantation of gabaergic neurons but not astrocytes induce recovery of sensorimotor function in the traumatically injured brain

    The Toronto Western Research Institute, The Krembil Neuroscience Centre, Division of Neurosurgery, Toronto Western Hospital, University Health Network, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada テつ*テつ*
    269 - Inhibition of the p75 neutrophin receptor after テつ* compressive spinal cord injury in c57/bl6 mice does not attenuate caspase-3 activation or improve functional recovery

    FORP-USP, Ribeirテδ」o Preto, Brazil テつ*テつ*
    300 - Sciatic nerve lesion recovery in rats is not influenced by nitric oxide inhibition

    University of Texas, Austin, United States テつ*テつ*
    304 - Effects of cortical electrical stimulation after sensorimotor cortex lesion on behavioral recovery and cell proliferation in rats

    The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, University of Miami, Miami, FL, United States テつ*テつ*
    334 - Experimental graded cervical contusion in rats using spinal cord displacement: pathology and behavioral recovery
    [Functional]
    University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia テつ*テつ*
    030 - Both estrogen and progesterone improve functional outcome after diffuse tbi in female and male animals

    Acorda Therapeutics, Hawthorne, New York, United States テつ*テつ*
    054 - Evaluation of motor, sensory and autonomic functional outcome measures in the forceps compression model of spinal cord injury

    Department of Neuroscience, Georgetown University, Washington, DC 20057, United States テつ*テつ*
    086 - Inhibition of cyclin-dependent kinases by flavopiridol improves functional outcomes following traumatic brain injury in rats

    Toronto Western Hospital Research Institute, Toronto, Canada テつ*テつ*
    092 - Novel strategies for functional recovery after complete spinal cord transection based on the implantation of synthetic hydrogel tubes

    University of California Davis, Davis, United States テつ*テつ*
    102 - Lipid-mediated delivery of the x-linked inhibitor of apoptosis gene improves functional recovery following spinal cord contusion injury

    W. M. KECK CENTER FOR COLLABORATIVE NEUROSCIENCE, RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, PISCATAWAY, United States テつ*テつ*
    154 - Embryonic radial glia bridge spinal cord lesions, protect tissue architecture, and promote functional recovery following spinal cord injury

    McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada テつ*テつ*
    166 - Ait-082 and methylprednisolone singly, but not in combination, enhance functional and histological improvement after acute spinal injury in rats

    McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada テつ*テつ*
    168 - Guanosine induces remyelination and improves functional outcome after spinal cord injury

    Harrington Department of Bioengineering and Center for Rehabilitation Neuroscience and Rehabilitation Engineering at Arizona Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University, Tempe, United States テつ*テつ*
    225 - Functional neuromuscular stimulation in a paraplegic rodent model: electrode design, implantation and assessment

    University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, United States テつ*テつ*
    233 - Cerebrospinal fluid dopamine levels are associated with functional and neuropsychological outcome after severe tbi

    Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, United States テつ*テつ*
    241 - Unmyelinated axons of the corpus callosum show selective functional and structural changes after injury and fk506 treatment

    Dept. Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada テつ*テつ*
    244 - Glutamine treatment following spinal cord injury in rats increases functional outcome and tissue sparing

    The Toronto Western Research Institute, The Krembil Neuroscience Centre, Division of Neurosurgery, Toronto Western Hospital, University Health Network, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada テつ*テつ*
    269 - Inhibition of the p75 neutrophin receptor after テつ* compressive spinal cord injury in c57/bl6 mice does not attenuate caspase-3 activation or improve functional recovery

    University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, United States テつ*テつ*
    308 - Functional consequences of cd40/cd154 interactions in spinal cord injury

    University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, United States テつ*テつ*
    317 - Functional outcome scales in traumatic brain injury: comparison of the functional status examination and glasgow outcome scale-extended 6-months after injury

    University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, United States テつ*テつ*
    318 - Olfactory mucosa produces functional improvement in rats with severe, chronic spinal cord injuries
    [Stem]
    UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Dallas, United States テつ*テつ*
    097 - Traumatic brain injury activates adult hippocampal neural stem cells in gfp-expressing transgenic mice

    University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada テつ*テつ*
    113 - Stimulation of endogenous ependymal region stem/progenitor cells by neurotrophic factors to promote axonal regeneration and recovery after spinal cord injury

    University of Milano, Milano, Italy テつ*テつ*
    123 - Fate and action of neural stem cells transplanted into the spinal cord after acute traumatic injury

    University of Miami, Miami, United States テつ*テつ*
    182 - Transplantation of embryonic neuronal stem cells transfected by lentiviral vector to express novel multineurotrophin protein after traumatic brain injury injury in rats

    University of Toronto and Toronto Western Research Institute, Toronto, Canada テつ*テつ*
    184 - Characterization of a calibrated clip compression optic nerve injury model for neural stem/progenitor cell transplantation

    Toronto Western Research Institute, University of Toronto and Toronto Western Hospital, Toronto, Canada テつ*テつ*
    245 - Transplantation of ependymal region derived adult rat spinal cord stem/progenitor cells into intact or minimally injured rat spinal cord

    Krembil Neuroscience Center, Toronto Western Hospital & University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada テつ*テつ*
    251 - Transplantation of adult neural stem cells for the repair of adult dysmyelinated spinal cord: survival, migration and differentiation

    Department of Neurosurgery, University of Pennsylavania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, United States テつ*テつ*
    255 - Mechanism of stem cell graft rejection in tbi: the role of apoptotic pathway

    Krembil Neuroscience Center, Division of Cell and Molecular Biology, Toronto Western Research Institute, , Toronto, Canada テつ*テつ*
    278 - Transplantation of adult neural stem cells for the repair of compressive spinal cord injury in rat

    Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, United States テつ*テつ*
    307 - Survival and differentiation of adult mouse neural stem cells transplanted into spinal cord injured immunosupressed cats
    [Progenitor]
    University of Washington, Seattle, United States テつ*テつ*
    033 - Environmental enrichment increases neural progenitors in the hilus following lateral fluid percussion brain injury

    University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada テつ*テつ*
    113 - Stimulation of endogenous ependymal region stem/progenitor cells by neurotrophic factors to promote axonal regeneration and recovery after spinal cord injury

    University of Toronto and Toronto Western Research Institute, Toronto, Canada テつ*テつ*
    184 - Characterization of a calibrated clip compression optic nerve injury model for neural stem/progenitor cell transplantation

    Toronto Western Research Institute, University of Toronto and Toronto Western Hospital, Toronto, Canada テつ*テつ*
    245 - Transplantation of ependymal region derived adult rat spinal cord stem/progenitor cells into intact or minimally injured rat spinal cord
    [Schwann]
    Queen's University, Kingston, Canada テつ*テつ*
    050 - Characterization of the olfactory ensheathing cell (oec) proteome and its utility in distinguishing oecs from schwann cells in vitro and in vivo
    [Glia]
    Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Tohoku University School of Medicine, Sendai, Japan テつ*テつ*
    019 - Microglial response to unilateral spinal cord compression in rabbits

    Va College of Osteopathic Medicine/Va Tech, Blacksburg, United States テつ*テつ*
    031 - Atp and glutamate modulate interleukin 1-beta release from microglia

    The Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health, Columbus, OH, United States テつ*テつ*
    046 - Neuropathic pain after spinal cord injury and its relationship to glia and atp receptor upregulation

    Rutgers Univesity, Piscataway NJ, United States テつ*テつ*
    088 - Profiling neuronal degeneration and regeneration after spinal cord injury: comparing mrna patterns after hemisection or radial glial cell transplant into contused spinal cord

    University of California, Davis, Davis, United States テつ*テつ*
    119 - Blockade of n-type voltage-gated calcium channels is neuroprotective following stretch-injury of neuronal-glial cell cultures

    Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy, Drexel University College of Medicine , Philadelphia, United States テつ*テつ*
    152 - Combination therapy of neuronal and glial restricted precursors transplants with tamsulosin, an alpha 1a-adrenergic antagonist, improves bladder function in spinal cord injury rats

    W. M. KECK CENTER FOR COLLABORATIVE NEUROSCIENCE, RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, PISCATAWAY, United States テつ*テつ*
    154 - Embryonic radial glia bridge spinal cord lesions, protect tissue architecture, and promote functional recovery following spinal cord injury

    Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, United States テつ*テつ*
    171 - Transduced fibroblasts over-expressing matrix metalloproteinases degrade inhibitory chondroitin sulfate proteoglycans of the glial scar

    University of California, Davis , Davis , United States テつ*テつ*
    173 - Comparing tranplantation of olfactory ensheathing glia, bone marrow stromal cells or astrocytes into dorsal hemisection lesioned テつ* rat spinal cord

    UMCN Dept. Neurology, Nijmegen, Netherlands テつ*テつ*
    181 - Glial and neuronal protein serum concentrations reflect primary damage and secondary complications after severe traumatic brain injury

    University of Virginia, Charlottesville, United States テつ*テつ*
    198 - Confocal videomicrography of microglia in living brain slices from adult mice after focal brain injury: novel dynamic insights and erk-dependent migration

    University of Washington, Seattle, United States テつ*テつ*
    217 - Decreased membrane permeability to potassium in frontal-parietal neocortical glia following fluid percussion injury in the rat

    University of Kentucky , Lexington, United States テつ*テつ*
    252 - A novel technique for the formation of a brevican-producing glial scar in vitro

    Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel テつ*テつ*
    322 - Adaptive immunity instructs microglia to protect against aggregated beta-amyloid and glutamate toxicity
    [Olfactory]
    Queen's University, Kingston, Canada テつ*テつ*
    050 - Characterization of the olfactory ensheathing cell (oec) proteome and its utility in distinguishing oecs from schwann cells in vitro and in vivo

    University of California, Davis , Davis , United States テつ*テつ*
    173 - Comparing tranplantation of olfactory ensheathing glia, bone marrow stromal cells or astrocytes into dorsal hemisection lesioned テつ* rat spinal cord

    University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, United States テつ*テつ*
    318 - Olfactory mucosa produces functional improvement in rats with severe, chronic spinal cord injuries

    University of California, School of Medicine, San Diego, United States テつ*テつ*
    319 - Olfactory dysfunction: テつ* a sequelae of pediatric head injury
    [Bone Marrow]
    University of California, Davis , Davis , United States テつ*テつ*
    173 - Comparing tranplantation of olfactory ensheathing glia, bone marrow stromal cells or astrocytes into dorsal hemisection lesioned テつ* rat spinal cord
    [Embryonic]
    W. M. KECK CENTER FOR COLLABORATIVE NEUROSCIENCE, RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, PISCATAWAY, United States テつ*テつ*
    154 - Embryonic radial glia bridge spinal cord lesions, protect tissue architecture, and promote functional recovery following spinal cord injury

    University of Miami, Miami, United States テつ*テつ*
    182 - Transplantation of embryonic neuronal stem cells transfected by lentiviral vector to express novel multineurotrophin protein after traumatic brain injury injury in rats
    [Chronic]
    University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, United States テつ*テつ*
    148 - Modeling chronic central neuropathic pain using adjustments in force and dwell-time in contusive spinal cord injury (sci)

    University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, United States テつ*テつ*
    190 - Chronic risperidone treatment delays motor and cognitive recovery after experimental traumatic brain injury

    University of Texas-Health Science Center at Houston, Houston, United States テつ*テつ*
    279 - Chronic loss of ve-cadherin, an adherens-junction protein, in blood vessels following spinal contusion injury in rat

    University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, United States テつ*テつ*
    318 - Olfactory mucosa produces functional improvement in rats with severe, chronic spinal cord injuries

    Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, United States テつ*テつ*
    331 - The expression of glur2 ampa receptor after chronic treatment with aniracetam following moderate fluid percussion injury in rats
    [Acute]
    Proneuron Biotechnologies, Ness Ziona, Israel テつ*テつ*
    035 - Autologous skin-coincubated macrophages, a cell therapy for acute spinal cord injury: translation of preclinical development for the clinic

    Department of Neurosurgery, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States テつ*テつ*
    096 - Acute cognitive impairment after lateral fluid percussion brain injury recovers by one month: evaluation by conditioned fear

    UC Davis, Davis, United States テつ*テつ*
    101 - Naag peptidase inhibitor reduces acute neuronal degeneration and astrocyte damage following lateral fluid percussion tbi in rats

    UCLA Center for Health Sciences Division of Neurosurgery, Los Angeles, CA, United States テつ*テつ*
    120 - Acute secondary adrenal insufficiency after traumatic brain injury

    University of Milano, Milano, Italy テつ*テつ*
    123 - Fate and action of neural stem cells transplanted into the spinal cord after acute traumatic injury

    University of California, Davis, Davis, United States テつ*テつ*
    151 - Connexin 43 expression is increased acutely after moderate lateral fluid percussion traumatic brain injury in the rat

    McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada テつ*テつ*
    166 - Ait-082 and methylprednisolone singly, but not in combination, enhance functional and histological improvement after acute spinal injury in rats

    Department of Neurosurgery,Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Tokyo, Japan テつ*テつ*
    179 - Acute and transient behavioral changes associated with reversible app immunoreactivity after mild lateral fluid percussion injury in mongolian gerbils

    CHAIR OF NEUROSURGERY UNIVERSITY OF BARI, Bari, Italy テつ*テつ*
    203 - Cerebral displacement as an index to control post-traumatic brain swelling in patients with acute subdural haematomas

    KING'S COLLEGE LONDON, LONDON, United Kingdom テつ*テつ*
    206 - Dynamic and transient changes in electrophysiology and extracellular glucose and lactate in acute brain injury: a collaborative clinical study

    Krembil Neuroscience Centre, Toronto Western Hospital & University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada テつ*テつ*
    231 - Effects of age and gender on the axonal survival within spinal cord white matter after acute traumatic spinal cord injury

    Department of Pharmacology and Physiology, Drexel University , Philadelphia, United States テつ*テつ*
    288 - Effect of acute, post-traumatic mk-801 administration on delayed apoptotic cell death in the thalamus of brain-injured mice

    University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA , United States テつ*テつ*
    333 - Administration of monoclonal antibodies neutralizing the inflammatory mediators tumor necrosis factor alpha and interleukin -6 does not attenuate acute behavioral deficits following experimental traumatic brain injury in the rat
    [Pain]
    Dept. Neurology, Yale University, New Haven, CT, United States テつ*テつ*
    006 - Dysregulation of the nav1.3 voltage-gated sodium channel is necessary and sufficient for enabling neuropathic pain after sci

    University of Florida, Gainesville, United States テつ*テつ*
    042 - Simultaneous breakdown of Αii- and Βii-spectrin by calpain and caspase-3 in rat cerebrocortical culture under oncotic, apoptotic and excitotoxic challenges

    The Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health, Columbus, OH, United States テつ*テつ*
    046 - Neuropathic pain after spinal cord injury and its relationship to glia and atp receptor upregulation

    Traumatic Brain Injury Laboratory, Cara Phelan Center for Trauma Research, St. Michael's Hospital, University of Toronto , Toronto, Canada テつ*テつ*
    056 - Mechanism of neuroprotective effects of calpain inhibitor mdl-28170, on traumatic brain white matter injury

    University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, United States テつ*テつ*
    076 - Inhibition of astrocytic activation prevents induction and maintenance of central neuropathic pain following spinal cord injury in rat

    Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, United States テつ*テつ*
    109 - Traumatic neuronal plasmalemmal disruption can lead to cell death not necessarily associated with concomitant calpain activation

    University of Kentucky, Lexington, United States テつ*テつ*
    118 - Tat fusion proteins and adenoviral vectors as strategies for elevating cellular calpastatin levels and inhibiting calpain activity in neurons

    University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, United States テつ*テつ*
    148 - Modeling chronic central neuropathic pain using adjustments in force and dwell-time in contusive spinal cord injury (sci)

    Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, United States テつ*テつ*
    197 - In situ evidence for neuronal apoptosis with calpain overexpression and neuroprotection with calpain inhibitor following spinal cord injury in rats

    University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, United States テつ*テつ*
    200 - Ionotropic glutamate receptors in a model of central neuropathic pain after spinal cord injury
    -Steven
    ...taking it back, I'm taking it back, taking back my life

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    Steven;

    Thank you for doing this. It helps me to know what to look for when I arrive. I am interested in being there both days now. I hope to see you.

    John

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    You're welcome, John. Sadly, I'm not going to be able to make it to Neurotrauma this year, so I will just wait for the abstracts and comments from those who do attend.

    There may be some abstracts that interest people that aren't listed above. The full listings for session one and session two are available for those who want to take a look.

    -Steven
    ...taking it back, I'm taking it back, taking back my life

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