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Microbleeds in fronto-subcortical circuits are predictive of dementia conversion in patients with vascular cognitive impairment but no dementia Journal article
NEURAL REGENERATION RESEARCH, 2018,Volume: 13,Issue: 11,Page: 1913-1918
Authors:  Chen, Yang-Kun;  Xiao, Wei-Min;  Li, Wei;  Ni, Zhuo-Xin;  Liu, Yong-Lin;  Xu, Li;  Qu, Jian-Feng;  Ng, Chee H.;  Xiang, Yu-Tao
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cerebrovascular disease  stroke  cerebral microbleeds  cognitive impairment  fronto-subcortical circuits  small vessel disease  white matter hyperintensities  lacunar infarct  magnetic resonance imaging  subcortical ischemic vascular disease  
Microbleeds in the fronto-subcortical circuits are predictive of dementia conversion in patients with vascular cognitive impairment, no dementia Journal article
NEURAL REGENERATION RESEARCH, 2018,Volume: 13,Issue: 11,Page: 1913-1918
Authors:  Chen, YK;  Xiao, WM;  Li, W;  Ni, ZX;  Liu, YL;  Xu, L;  Qu, JF;  Ng, CH;  Xiang, YT
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging  Subcortical Ischemic Vascular Disease  Cerebrovascular Disease  Stroke  Cerebral Microbleeds  Cognitive Impairment  Fronto-subcortical Circuits  Small Vessel Disease  White Matter Hyperintensities  Lacunar Infarct  
No synergism between bis(propyl)-cognitin and rasagiline on protecting dopaminergic neurons in Parkinson's disease mice Journal article
NEURAL REGENERATION RESEARCH, 2016,Volume: 11,Issue: 8,Page: 1339-1346
Authors:  Cheng-you Zheng;  Bao-jian Guo;  Wei Cai;  Wei Cui;  Shing-hung Mak;  Yu-qiang Wang;  Simon Ming-yuen Lee;  Yi-fan Han;  Zai-jun Zhang
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Nerve Regeneration  Parkinson's Disease  Bis(Propyl)-cognitin  Rasagiline  Monoamine Oxidase b  Dopamine  Multitarget  Synergism  Neuroprotection  Neural Regeneration  
P75 and phosphorylated c-Jun are differentially regulated in spinal motoneurons following axotomy in rats Journal article
Neural Regeneration Research, 2012,Volume: 7,Issue: 26,Page: 2005-2011
Authors:  Yuan Q.;  Su H.;  Wu W.;  Lin Z.-X.
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Adult  Apoptosis  Axonal Regeneration  Axotomy  C-jun N-terminal Kinase  Motoneuron  Neonatal  Nerve Growth Factor Receptor  Spinal Cord  Transcription Factor