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    1. Pakzaban, P; Westmark, K; Westmark, R
      Chiasmal apoplexy due to hemorrhage from a pituitary adenoma into the optic chiasm: Case report

      NEUROSURGERY
    2. Pakzaban, P
      Giant prolactinoma and hook effect

      NEUROLOGY
    3. DINSMORE J; RATLIFF J; DEACON T; PAKZABAN P; JACOBY D; GALPERN W; ISACSON O
      EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS DIFFERENTIATED IN-VITRO AS A NOVEL SOURCE OF CELLS FOR TRANSPLANTATION

      Cell transplantation
    4. DINSMORE JH; PAKZABAN P; DEACON TW; BURNS L; ISACSON O
      SURVIVAL OF TRANSPLANTED PORCINE NEURAL CELLS TREATED WITH F(AB')(2) ANTIBODY FRAGMENTS DIRECTED AGAINST DONOR MHC CLASS-I IN A RODENT MODEL

      Transplantation proceedings
    5. ISACSON O; DEACON TW; PAKZABAN P; GALPERN WR; DINSMORE J; BURNS LH
      TRANSPLANTED XENOGENEIC NEURAL CELLS IN NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASE-MODELS EXHIBIT REMARKABLE AXONAL TARGET SPECIFICITY AND DISTINCT GROWTH-PATTERNS OF GLIAL AND AXONAL FIBERS

      Nature medicine
    6. PAKZABAN P; DEACON TW; BURNS LH; DINSMORE J; ISACSON O
      A NOVEL MODE OF IMMUNOPROTECTION OF NEURAL XENOTRANSPLANTS - MASKING OF DONOR MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX CLASS-I ENHANCES TRANSPLANT SURVIVAL IN THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM (VOL 65, PG 983, 1995)

      Neuroscience
    7. PAKZABAN P; DEACON TW; BURNS LH; DINSMORE J; ISACSON O
      A NOVEL MODE OF IMMUNOPROTECTION OF NEURAL XENOTRANSPLANTS - MASKING OF DONOR MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX CLASS-I ENHANCES TRANSPLANT SURVIVAL IN THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Neuroscience
    8. BURNS LH; PAKZABAN P; DEACON TW; BROWNELL AL; TATTER SB; JENKINS BG; ISACSON O
      SELECTIVE PUTAMINAL EXCITOTOXIC LESIONS IN NONHUMAN-PRIMATES MODEL THE MOVEMENT DISORDER OF HUNTINGTON DISEASE

      Neuroscience
    9. PAKZABAN P
      CLINICAL PROBLEM-SOLVING - DIAGNOSING SPOUSAL ABUSE

      The New England journal of medicine
    10. PAKZABAN P
      CLINICAL PROBLEM-SOLVING - DIAGNOSING SPOUSAL ABUSE

      The New England journal of medicine
    11. DINSMORE JH; DEACON T; PAKZABAN P; RATLIFF J; ISACSON O
      NEURONS DIFFERENTIATED IN-VITRO FROM PLURIPOTENT EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLSFOR CNS TRANSPLANTATION - IN-VITRO CHARACTERIZATION AND TRANSPLANTATION INTO RODENTS

      Experimental neurology
    12. ISACSON O; DEACON TW; GALPERN WR; BURNS LH; DINSMORE J; PAKZABAN P
      NEUROTROPIC MECHANISMS IN TARGET SELECTION BY FETAL NEURAL TRANSPLANTS IN THE ADULT CNS

      Experimental neurology
    13. PAKZABAN P; GELLER AI; ISACSON O
      EFFECT OF EXOGENOUS NERVE GROWTH-FACTOR ON NEUROTOXICITY OF AND NEURONAL GENE DELIVERY BY A HERPES-SIMPLEX AMPLICON VECTOR IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      Human gene therapy
    14. PAKZABAN P; CHIOCCA EA
      NERVE GROWTH-FACTOR PROTECTS AGAINST HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-1 NEUROTOXICITY IN THE RAT STRIATUM

      NeuroReport
    15. PAKZABAN P; ISACSON O
      NEURAL XENOTRANSPLANTATION - RECONSTRUCTION OF NEURONAL CIRCUITRY ACROSS SPECIES BARRIERS

      Neuroscience
    16. UHLER TA; FRIM DM; PAKZABAN P; ISACSON O; SIESJO BK; YOUNG W
      THE EFFECTS OF MEGADOSE METHYLPREDNISOLONE AND U-78517F ON TOXICITY MEDIATED BY GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS IN THE RAT NEOSTRIATUM

      Neurosurgery
    17. DEACON TW; PAKZABAN P; BURNS LH; DINSMORE J; ISACSON O
      CYTOARCHITECTONIC DEVELOPMENT, AXON GLIA RELATIONSHIPS, AND LONG-DISTANCE AXON GROWTH OF PORCINE STRIATAL XENOGRAFTS IN RATS

      Experimental neurology
    18. WULLNER U; PAKZABAN P; BROWNELL AL; HANTRAYE P; BURNS L; SHOUP T; ELMALEH D; PETTO AJ; SPEALMAN RD; BROWNELL GL; ISACSON O
      DOPAMINE TERMINAL LOSS AND ONSET OF MOTOR SYMPTOMS IN MPTP-TREATED MONKEYS - A POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY STUDY WITH C-11 CFT

      Experimental neurology
    19. DEACON TW; PAKZABAN P; ISACSON O
      THE LATERAL GANGLIONIC EMINENCE IS THE ORIGIN OF CELLS COMMITTED TO STRIATAL PHENOTYPES - NEURAL TRANSPLANTATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL EVIDENCE

      Brain research
    20. BROWNELL AL; SHOUP T; WULLNER U; ELMALEH D; PAKZABAN P; FRIM DM; BROWNELL G; ISACSON O
      INVIVO VISUALIZATION OF STRIATAL TRANSPLANTS IN A PRIMATE MODEL OF HUNTINGTONS-DISEASE (HD)

      The Journal of nuclear medicine
    21. OGILVY CS; PAKZABAN P; LEE JM
      OCULOMOTOR NERVE CAVERNOUS ANGIOMA IN A PATIENT WITH ROBERTS-SYNDROME

      Surgical neurology
    22. PAKZABAN P; DEACON TW; BURNS LH; ISACSON O
      INCREASED PROPORTION OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE-RICH ZONES AND IMPROVED MORPHOLOGICAL INTEGRATION IN HOST STRIATUM OF FETAL GRAFTS DERIVED FROM THE LATERAL BUT NOT THE MEDIAL GANGLIONIC EMINENCE

      Experimental Brain Research


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