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Take a closer look at published research papers that cite MBF Bioscience products:

Most recent citations (articles published between 05/16/2022 and 05/20/2022)

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Ackermans, N. L., M. Varghese, et al. (2022). "Evidence of traumatic brain injury in headbutting bovids." Acta Neuropathologica. 

Empl, L., A. Chovsepian, et al. (2022). "Selective plasticity of callosal neurons in the adult contralesional cortex following murine traumatic brain injury." Nature Communications 13(1): 2659.

Tran, K. K. N., V. H. Y. Wong, et al. (2022). "Characterization of retinal function and structure in the MPTP murine model of Parkinson’s disease." Scientific Reports 12(1): 7610.


Guo, S., J. Xue, et al. (2022). "Smart imaging to empower brain-wide neuroscience at single-cell levels." Brain Informatics 9(1): 10.

Ichise, M., K. Sakoori, et al. (2022). "Leucine-Rich Repeats and Transmembrane Domain 2 Controls Protein Sorting in the Striatal Projection System and Its Deficiency Causes Disturbances in Motor Responses and Monoamine Dynamics." Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience 15.

Zhou, L., G. Kong, et al. "Reversible CD8 T cell–neuron cross-talk causes aging-dependent neuronal regenerative decline." Science 376(6594): eabd5926. DOI: 10.1126/science.abd5926

Huang, W., Q. Xu, et al. (2022). "Identification of TPBG-Expressing Amacrine Cells in DAT-tdTomato Mouse." Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 63(5): 13-13.

Ma, J., D. Nguyen, et al. (2022). "Spinal Afferent Innervation of the Rat Stomach: Anterograde Tracing." The FASEB Journal 36(S1).

Maloney, S. E., D. R. Tabachnick, et al. (2022). "Fluoxetine exposure throughout neurodevelopment differentially influences basilar dendritic morphology in the motor and prefrontal cortices." Scientific Reports 12(1): 7605.