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    1. Singleton, RH; Stone, JR; Okonkwo, DO; Pellicane, AJ; Povlishock, JT
      The immunophilin ligand FK506 attenuates axonal injury in an impact-acceleration model of traumatic brain injury

      JOURNAL OF NEUROTRAUMA
    2. Dumont, RJ; Okonkwo, DO; Verma, RS; Hurlbert, RJ; Boulos, PT; Ellegala, DB; Dumont, AS
      Acute spinal cord injury, part I: Pathophysiologic mechanisms

      CLINICAL NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    3. Dumont, RJ; Verma, S; Okonkwo, DO; Hurlbert, J; Boulos, PT; Ellegala, DB; Dumont, AS
      Acute spinal cord injury, part II: Contemporary pharmacotherapy

      CLINICAL NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    4. Buki, A; Okonkwo, DO; Wang, KKW; Povlishock, JT
      Cytochrome c release and caspase activation in traumatic axonal injury

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Okonkwo, DO; Buki, A; Siman, R; Povlishock, JT
      Cyclosporin A limits calcium-induced axonal damage following traumatic brain injury

      NEUROREPORT
    6. Buki, A; Okonkwo, DO; Povlishock, JT
      Postinjury cyclosporin A administration limits axonal damage and disconnection in traumatic brain injury

      JOURNAL OF NEUROTRAUMA
    7. Okonkwo, DO; Povlishock, JT
      An intrathecal bolus of cyclosporin A before injury preserves mitochondrial integrity and attenuates axonal disruption in traumatic brain injury

      JOURNAL OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND METABOLISM
    8. Povlishock, JT; Buki, A; Koiziumi, H; Stone, J; Okonkwo, DO
      Initiating mechanisms involved in the pathobiology of traumatically induced axonal injury and interventions targeted at blunting their progression

      CURRENT PROGRESS IN THE UNDERSTANDING OF SECONDARY BRAIN DAMAGE FROM TRAUMA AND ISCHEMIA
    9. OKONKWO DO; PETTUS EH; MOROI J; POVLISHOCK JT
      ALTERATION OF THE NEUROFILAMENT SIDE ARM AND ITS RELATION TO NEUROFILAMENT COMPACTION OCCURRING WITH TRAUMATIC AXONAL INJURY

      Brain research


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