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Publications

Publications

Faiz, M., Nagy, A. & Morshead, C. M. Response to: Where do you come from and what are you going to become, reactive astrocyte? Stem Cell Investig. 3, 32–32 (2016).

Faiz, M. et al. Adult Neural Stem Cells from the Subventricular Zone Give Rise to Reactive Astrocytes in the Cortex after Stroke. Cell Stem Cell 17, 624–634 (2015).

Pekny, T. et al. Synemin is expressed in reactive astrocytes and Rosenthal fibers in Alexander disease. Apmis 122, 76–80 (2014).

Faiz, M. & Nagy, A. Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells and Disorders of the Nervous System. Neurosci. 19, 567–577 (2013).

Vardjan, N. et al. IFN-γ-induced increase in the mobility of MHC class II compartments in astrocytes depends on intermediate filaments. J. Neuroinflammation 9, 657 (2012).

Wilhelmsson, U. et al. Astrocytes negatively regulate neurogenesis through the Jagged1-mediated notch pathway. Stem Cells 30, 2320–2329 (2012).

Ståhlberg, A. et al. Defining cell populations with single-cell gene expression profiling: Correlations and identification of astrocyte subpopulations. Nucleic Acids Res. 39, (2011).

Järlestedt, K. et al. Attenuation of reactive gliosis does not affect infarct volume in neonatal hypoxic-ischemic brain injury in mice. PLoS One 5, 1–7 (2010).

Faiz, M. et al. Substantial migration of SVZ cells to the cortex results in the generation of new neurons in the excitotoxically damaged immature rat brain. Mol. Cell. Neurosci. 38, 170–182 (2008).

Faiz, M. et al. Antioxidant Cu/Zn SOD: Expression in postnatal brain progenitor cells. Neurosci. Lett. 401, 71–76 (2006).

Peluffo, H., Acarin, L., Faiz, M., Castellano, B. & Gonzalez, B. Cu/Zn superoxide dismutase expression in the postnatal rat brain following an excitotoxic injury. J. Neuroinflammation 2, 12 (2005).

Faiz, M., Acarin, L., Castellano, B. & Gonzalez, B. Proliferation dynamics of germinative zone cells in the intact and excitotoxically lesioned postnatal rat brain. BMC Neurosci. 6, 26 (2005).