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    1. Waxman, SG
      Transcriptional channelopathies: An emerging class of disorders

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Sukumaran, M; Waxman, SG; Wood, JN; Pachnis, V
      Flanking regulatory sequences of the locus encoding the murine GDNF receptor, c-ret, directs Lac Z (beta-galactosidase) expression in developing somatosensory system

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    3. Everill, B; Cummins, TR; Waxman, SG; Kocsis, JD
      Sodium currents of large (A beta-type) adult cutaneous afferent dorsal root ganglion neurons display rapid recovery from inactivation before and after axotomy

      NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Kearney, JA; Plummer, NW; Smith, MR; Kapur, J; Cummins, TR; Waxman, SG; Goldin, AL; Meisler, MH
      A gain-of-function mutation in the sodium channel gene Scn2a results in seizures and behavioral abnormalities

      NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Cummins, TR; Aglieco, F; Renganathan, M; Herzog, RI; Dib-Hajj, SD; Waxman, SG
      Nav1.3 sodium channels: Rapid repriming and slow closed-state inactivationdisplay quantitative differences after expression in a mammalian cell lineand in spinal sensory neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Ghassemi, F; Dib-Hajj, SD; Waxman, SG
      beta 1 adducin gene expression in DRG is developmentally regulated and is upregulated by glial-derived neurotrophic factor and nerve growth factor

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    7. Waxman, SG
      Acquired channelopathies in nerve injury and MS

      NEUROLOGY
    8. Herzog, RI; Cummins, TR; Waxman, SG
      Persistent TTX-resistant Na+ current affects resting potential and response to depolarization in simulated spinal sensory neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    9. Renganathan, M; Cummins, TR; Waxman, SG
      Contribution of Na(v)1.8 sodium channels to action potential electrogenesis in DRG neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    10. Liu, CJ; Dib-Hajj, SD; Black, JA; Greenwood, J; Lian, Z; Waxman, SG
      Direct interaction with contactin targets voltage-gated sodium channel Na(v)1.9/NaN to the cell membrane.

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    11. Liu, CJ; Dib-Hajj, SD; Waxman, SG
      Fibroblast growth factor homologous factor 1B binds to the C terminus of the tetrodotoxin-resistant sodium channel rNa(v)1.9a (NaN)

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    12. Waxman, SG
      Plasticity of ion channel gene expression as a substrate for channelopathies

      CHANNELOPATHIES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
    13. Waxman, SG
      Do 'demyelinating' diseases involve more than myelin?

      NATURE MEDICINE
    14. Waxman, SG
      The neuron as a dynamic electrogenic machine: modulation of sodium-channelexpression as a basis for functional plasticity in neurons

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    15. Fjell, J; Hjelmstrom, P; Hormuzdiar, W; Milenkovic, M; Aglieco, F; Tyrrell, L; Dib-Hajj, S; Waxman, SG; Black, JA
      Localization of the tetrodotoxin-resistant sodium channel NaN in nociceptors

      NEUROREPORT
    16. Goldin, AL; Barchi, RL; Caldwell, JH; Hofmann, F; Howe, JR; Hunter, JC; Kallen, RG; Mandel, G; Meisler, MH; Netter, YB; Noda, M; Tamkun, MM; Waxman, SG; Wood, JN; Catterall, WA
      Nomenclature of voltage-gated sodium channels

      NEURON
    17. Waxman, SG; Cummins, TR; Dib-Hajj, SD; Black, JA
      Voltage-gated sodium channels and the molecular pathogenesis of pain: A review

      JOURNAL OF REHABILITATION RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
    18. Waxman, SG; Ptacek, LJ
      D-penicillamine in the neonatal period: possible beneficial effects on theAIDS associated infant mortality rate

      MEDICAL HYPOTHESES
    19. Cummins, TR; Black, JA; Dib-Hajj, SD; Waxman, SG
      Glial-derived neurotrophic factor upregulates expression of functional SNSand NaN sodium channels and their currents in axotomized dorsal root ganglion neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    20. Sleeper, AA; Cummins, TR; Dib-Hajj, SD; Hormuzdiar, W; Tyrrell, L; Waxman, SG; Black, JA
      Changes in expression of two tetrodotoxin-resistant sodium channels and their currents in dorsal root ganglion neurons after sciatic nerve injury butnot rhizotomy

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    21. Ritchie, JM; Black, JA; Waxman, SG; Angelides, KJ
      Sodium channels in the cytoplasm of Schwann cells (vol 87, pg 9290, 1990)

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    22. Black, JA; Dib-Hajj, S; Baker, D; Newcombe, J; Cuzner, ML; Waxman, SG
      Sensory neuron-specific sodium channel SNS is abnormally expressed in the brains of mice with experimental allergic encephalomyelitis and humans withmultiple sclerosis

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    23. Renganathan, M; Cummins, TR; Hormuzdiar, WN; Waxman, SG
      alpha-SNS produces the slow TTX-resistant sodium current in large cutaneous afferent DRG neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    24. Renganathan, M; Cummins, TR; Hormuzdiar, WN; Black, JA; Waxman, SG
      Nitric oxide is an autocrine regulator of Na+ currents in axotomized C-type DRG neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    25. Robert, A; Howe, JR; Waxman, SG
      Development of glutamatergic synaptic activity in cultured spinal neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    26. Bendahhou, S; Cummins, TR; Hahn, AF; Langlois, S; Waxman, SG; Ptacek, LJ
      A double mutation in families with periodic paralysis defines new aspects of sodium channel slow inactivation

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    27. Waxman, SG; Dib-Hajj, S; Cummins, TR; Black, JA
      Sodium channels and their genes: dynamic expression in the normal nervous system, dysregulation in disease states

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    28. Waxman, SG
      Multiple sclerosis as a neuronal disease

      ARCHIVES OF NEUROLOGY
    29. Waxman, SG; Kocsis, JD
      Experimental approaches to restoration of function of ascending and descending axons in spinal cord injury

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF SPINAL CORD INJURY
    30. Waxman, SG
      The molecular basis for electrogenic computation in the brain: you can't step in the same river twice

      MOLECULAR PSYCHIATRY
    31. Black, JA; Fjell, J; Dib-Hajj, S; Duncan, ID; O'Connor, LT; Fried, K; Gladwell, Z; Tate, S; Waxman, SG
      Abnormal expression of SNS/PN3 sodium channel in cerebellar Purkinje cellsfollowing loss of myelin in the taiep rat

      NEUROREPORT
    32. Black, JA; Waxman, SG; Friedman, B; Elmer, LW; Angelides, KJ
      Sodium channels in astrocytes of rat optic nerve in situ: immune-electron microscopic studies. (vol 2, pg 353, 1989)

      GLIA
    33. Dib-Hajj, SD; Tyrrell, L; Escayg, A; Wood, PM; Meisler, MH; Waxman, SG
      Coding sequence, genomic organization, and conserved chromosomal localization of the mouse gene Scn11a encoding the sodium channel NaN

      GENOMICS
    34. Waxman, SG; Wood, JN
      Sodium channels: From mechanisms to medicines?

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    35. Fjell, J; Cummins, TR; Davis, BM; Albers, KM; Fried, K; Waxman, SG; Black, JA
      Sodium channel expression in NGF-overexpressing transgenic mice

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    36. Longuemare, MC; Rose, CR; Farrell, K; Ransom, BR; Waxman, SG; Swanson, RA
      K+-induced reversal of astrocyte glutamate uptake is limited by compensatory changes in intracellular Na+

      NEUROSCIENCE
    37. Dib-Hajj, SD; Fjell, J; Cummins, TR; Zheng, Z; Fried, K; LaMotte, R; Black, JA; Waxman, SG
      Plasticity of sodium channel expression in DRG neurons in the chronic constriction injury model of neuropathic pain

      PAIN
    38. Waxman, SG
      The molecular pathophysiology of pain: abnormal expression of sodium channel genes and its contributions to hyperexcitability of primary sensory neurons

      PAIN
    39. Cummins, TR; Dib-Hajj, SD; Black, JA; Akopian, AN; Wood, JN; Waxman, SG
      A novel persistent tetrodotoxin-resistant sodium current in SNS-null and wild-type small primary sensory neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    40. Bendahhou, S; Cummins, TR; Tawil, R; Waxman, SG; Ptacek, LJ
      Activation and inactivation of the voltage-gated sodium channel: Role of segment S5 revealed by a novel hyperkalaemic periodic paralysis mutation

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    41. Fjell, J; Cummins, TR; Dib-Hajj, S; Fried, K; Black, JA; Waxman, SG
      Differential role of GDNF and NGF in the maintenance of two TTX-resistant sodium channels in adult DRG neurons

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    42. Waxman, SG; Cummins, TR; Dib-Hajj, S; Fjell, J; Black, JA
      Sodium channels, excitability of primary sensory neurons, and the molecular basis of pain

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    43. Ishikawa, K; Tanaka, M; Black, JA; Waxman, SG
      Changes in expression of voltage-gated potassium channels in dorsal root ganglion neurons following axotomy

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    44. Tanaka, M; Cummins, TR; Ishikawa, K; Black, JA; Ibata, Y; Waxman, SG
      Molecular and functional remodeling of electrogenic membrane of hypothalamic neurons in response to changes in their input

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    45. Waxman, SG; Dib-Hajj, S; Cummins, TR; Black, JA
      Sodium channels and pain

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    46. Bendahhou, S; Cummins, TR; Kwiecinski, H; Waxman, SG; Ptacek, LJ
      Characterization of a new sodium channel mutation at arginine 1448 associated with moderate paramyotonia, congenita in humans

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    47. Black, JA; Cummins, TR; Plumpton, C; Chen, YH; Hormuzdiar, W; Clare, JJ; Waxman, SG
      Upregulation of a silent sodium channel after peripheral, but not central,nerve injury in DRG neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    48. Fjell, J; Cummins, TR; Fried, K; Black, JA; Waxman, SG
      In vivo NGF deprivation reduces SNS expression and TTX-R sodium currents in IB4-negative DRG neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    49. Dib-Hajj, SD; Tyrrell, L; Cummins, TR; Black, JA; Wood, PM; Waxman, SG
      Two tetrodotoxin-resistant sodium channels in human dorsal root ganglion neurons

      FEBS LETTERS
    50. Imaizumi, T; Kocsis, JD; Waxman, SG
      The role of voltage-gated Ca2+ channels in anoxic injury of spinal cord white matter

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    51. OH Y; WAXMAN SG
      NOVEL SPLICE VARIANTS OF THE VOLTAGE-SENSITIVE SODIUM-CHANNEL ALPHA-SUBUNIT

      NeuroReport
    52. TANAKA M; CUMMINS TR; ISHIKAWA K; DIBHAJJ SD; BLACK JA; WAXMAN SG
      SNS NA-ROOT GANGLION NEURONS IN THE CARRAGEENAN INFLAMMATORY PAIN MODEL( CHANNEL EXPRESSION INCREASES IN DORSAL)

      NeuroReport
    53. ROSE CR; WAXMAN SG; RANSOM BR
      EFFECTS OF HYPOGLYCEMIA, HYPOXIA AND SIMULATED ISCHEMIA ON [NA-CORD ASTROCYTES(], OF SPINAL)

      European journal of neuroscience
    54. BLACK JA; DIBHAJJ S; COHEN S; HINSON AW; WAXMAN SG
      GLIAL-CELLS HAVE HEART - RH1 NA-RNA AND PROTEIN IN SPINAL-CORD ASTROCYTES( CHANNEL MESSENGER)

      Glia
    55. BUSCHMANN T; MARTINVILLALBA A; KOCSIS JD; WAXMAN SG; ZIMMERMANN M; HERDEGEN T
      EXPRESSION OF JUN, FOS AND ATF-2 PROTEINS IN AXOTOMIZED EXPLANTED ANDCULTURED ADULT-RAT DORSAL-ROOT GANGLIA

      Neuroscience
    56. CUMMINS TR; HOWE JR; WAXMAN SG
      SLOW CLOSED-STATE INACTIVATION - A NOVEL MECHANISM UNDERLYING RAMP CURRENTS IN CELLS EXPRESSING THE HNE PN1 SODIUM-CHANNEL/

      The Journal of neuroscience
    57. IMAIZUMI T; LANKFORD KL; WAXMAN SG; GREER CA; KOCSIS JD
      TRANSPLANTED OLFACTORY ENSHEATHING CELLS REMYELINATE AND ENHANCE AXONAL CONDUCTION IN THE DEMYELINATED DORSAL COLUMNS OF THE RAT SPINAL-CORD

      The Journal of neuroscience
    58. ROSE CR; WAXMAN SG; RANSOM BR
      EFFECTS OF GLUCOSE DEPRIVATION, CHEMICAL HYPOXIA, AND SIMULATED ISCHEMIA ON NA-CORD ASTROCYTES( HOMEOSTASIS IN RAT SPINAL)

      The Journal of neuroscience
    59. WAXMAN SG
      DEMYELINATING DISEASES - NEW PATHOLOGICAL INSIGHTS, NEW THERAPEUTIC TARGETS

      The New England journal of medicine
    60. DIBHAJJ SD; TYRRELL L; BLACK JA; WAXMAN SG
      NAN, A NOVEL VOLTAGE-GATED NA CHANNEL, IS EXPRESSED PREFERENTIALLY INPERIPHERAL SENSORY NEURONS AND DOWN-REGULATED AFTER AXOTOMY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    61. ROBERT A; BLACK JA; WAXMAN SG
      ENDOGENOUS NMDA-RECEPTOR ACTIVATION REGULATES GLUTAMATE RELEASE IN CULTURED SPINAL NEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    62. DIBHAJJ SD; BLACK JA; CUMMINS TR; KENNEY AM; KOCSIS JD; WAXMAN SG
      RESCUE OF ALPHA-SNS SODIUM-CHANNEL EXPRESSION IN SMALL DORSAL-ROOT GANGLION NEURONS AFTER AXOTOMY BY NERVE GROWTH-FACTOR IN-VIVO

      Journal of neurophysiology
    63. FERN R; DAVIS P; WAXMAN SG; RANSOM BR
      AXON CONDUCTION AND SURVIVAL IN CNS WHITE-MATTER DURING ENERGY DEPRIVATION - A DEVELOPMENTAL-STUDY

      Journal of neurophysiology
    64. LANKFORD KL; WAXMAN SG; KOCSIS JD
      MECHANISMS OF ENHANCEMENT OF NEURITE REGENERATION IN-VITRO FOLLOWING A CONDITIONING SCIATIC-NERVE LESION

      Journal of comparative neurology
    65. DISS JKJ; STEWART D; FRASER SP; BLACK JA; DIBHAJJ S; WAXMAN SG; ARCHER SN; DJAMGOZ MBA
      EXPRESSION OF SKELETAL MUSCLE-TYPE VOLTAGE-GATED NA-CANCER CELL-LINES( CHANNEL IN RAT AND HUMAN PROSTATE)

      FEBS letters
    66. CUMMINS TR; WAXMAN SG
      NERVE GROWTH-FACTOR ATTENUATES THF EFFECT OF AXOTOMY ON THE NA-TYPE SPINAL SENSORY NEURONS( CURRENTS OF RAT C)

      Experimental neurology
    67. IMAIZUMI T; KOCSIS JD; WAXMAN SG
      RESISTANCE TO ANOXIC INJURY IN THE DORSAL COLUMNS OF ADULT-RAT SPINAL-CORD FOLLOWING DEMYELINATION

      Brain research
    68. Guarnaccia, JB; Vollmer, TL; Waxman, SG
      Multiple sclerosis

      PHARMACOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT OF NEUROLOGICAL AND PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS
    69. WAXMAN SG
      DIFFERENT STROKES IN DIFFERENT FOLKS - UNIQUE MOLECULAR SIGNATURES OFCORTICAL AND DEEP BRAIN INFARCTS

      Cerebrovascular diseases
    70. WAXMAN SG
      AXON-GLIA INTERACTIONS - BUILDING A SMART NERVE-FIBER

      Current biology
    71. BLACK JA; LANGWORTHY K; HINSON AW; DIBHAJJ SD; WAXMAN SG
      NGF HAS OPPOSING EFFECTS ON NA-III AND SNS GENE-EXPRESSION IN SPINAL SENSORY NEURONS( CHANNEL)

      NeuroReport
    72. SASHIHARA S; WAXMAN SG; GREER CA
      DOWN-REGULATION OF NA-RNA IN OLFACTORY-BULB TUFTED CELLS FOLLOWING DEAFFERENTIATION( CHANNEL MESSENGER)

      NeuroReport
    73. IMAIZUMI T; KOCSIS JD; WAXMAN SG
      ANOXIC INJURY IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD - PHARMACOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR MULTIPLE STEPS IN CA2-DEPENDENT INJURY OF THE DORSAL COLUMNS()

      Journal of neurotrauma
    74. HINSON AW; GU XQ; DIBHAJJ S; BLACK JA; WAXMAN SG
      SCHWANN-CELLS MODULATE SODIUM-CHANNEL EXPRESSION IN SPINAL SENSORY NEURONS IN-VITRO

      Glia
    75. FELTS PA; BLACK JA; DIBHAJJ SD; WAXMAN SG
      NAG - A SODIUM CHANNEL-LIKE MESSENGER-RNA SHARED BY SCHWANN-CELLS ANDOTHER NEURAL CREST DERIVATIVES

      Glia
    76. OH Y; LEE YJ; WAXMAN SG
      REGULATION OF NA-1 AND BETA-2 SUBUNIT MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS IN CULTURED RAT ASTROCYTES( CHANNEL BETA)

      Neuroscience letters
    77. CUMMINS TR; WAXMAN SG
      DOWN-REGULATION OF TETRODOTOXIN-RESISTANT SODIUM CURRENTS AND UP-REGULATION OF A RAPIDLY REPRIMING TETRODOTOXIN-SENSITIVE SODIUM CURRENT INSMALL SPINAL SENSORY NEURONS AFTER NERVE INJURY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    78. FJELL J; DIBHAJJ S; FRIED K; BLACK JA; WAXMAN SG
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF SODIUM-CHANNEL GENES IN RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS

      Molecular brain research
    79. FELTS PA; YOKOYAMA S; DIBHAJJ S; BLACK JA; WAXMAN SG
      SODIUM-CHANNEL ALPHA-SUBUNIT MESSENGER-RNAS-I, MESSENGER-RNAS-II, MESSENGER-RNAS-III, NAG, NA6 AND HNE (PN1) - DIFFERENT EXPRESSION PATTERNS IN DEVELOPING RAT NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Molecular brain research
    80. ROSE CR; RANSOM BR; WAXMAN SG
      PHARMACOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF NA-GATED NA+ CHANNELS IN SPINAL-CORD ASTROCYTES( INFLUX VIA VOLTAGE)

      Journal of neurophysiology
    81. OYELESE AA; RIZZO MA; WAXMAN SG; KOCSIS JD
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF NGF AND BDNF ON AXOTOMY-INDUCED CHANGES IN GABA(A)-RECEPTOR-MEDIATED CONDUCTANCE AND SODIUM CURRENTS IN CUTANEOUS AFFERENT NEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    82. GU XQ; DIBHAJJ S; RIZZO MA; WAXMAN SG
      TTX-SENSITIVE AND TTX-RESISTANT NA-RNA FOR THE TTX-RESISTANT RH1 CHANNEL, ARE EXPRESSED IN B104 NEUROBLASTOMA-CELLS( CURRENTS, AND MESSENGER)

      Journal of neurophysiology
    83. DIBHAJJ SD; ISHIKAWA K; CUMMINS TR; WAXMAN SG
      INSERTION OF A SNS-SPECIFIC TETRAPEPTIDE IN S3-S4 LINKER OF D4 ACCELERATES RECOVERY FROM INACTIVATION OF SKELETAL-MUSCLE VOLTAGE-GATED NA CHANNEL MU-1 IN HEK293 CELLS

      FEBS letters
    84. STEFFENSEN I; WAXMAN SG; MILLS L; STYS PK
      IMMUNOLOCALIZATION OF THE NA-CA2+ EXCHANGER IN MAMMALIAN MYELINATED AXONS()

      Brain research
    85. BLACK JA; FELTS P; SMITH KJ; KOCSIS JD; WAXMAN SG
      DISTRIBUTION OF SODIUM-CHANNELS IN CHRONICALLY DEMYELINATED SPINAL-CORD AXONS - IMMUNOULTRASTRUCTURAL LOCALIZATION AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICALOBSERVATIONS

      Brain research
    86. ELMER LW; BLACK JA; WAXMAN SG; ANGELIDES KJ
      THE VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT SODIUM-CHANNEL IN MAMMALIAN CNS AND PNS ANTIBODY CHARACTERIZATION AND IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION (RETRACTION OF VOL 532, PG 222, 1990)

      Brain research
    87. RITCHIE JM; BLACK JA; WAXMAN SG; ANGELIDES KJ
      SODIUM-CHANNELS IN THE CYTOPLASM OF SCHWANN-CELLS (RETRACTION OF PROCNATL ACAD SCI, VOL 87, PG 9290, 1990)

      Brain research
    88. FERN R; RANSOM BR; WAXMAN SG
      AUTOPROTECTIVE MECHANISMS IN THE CNS - SOME NEW LESSONS FROM WHITE-MATTER

      Molecular and chemical neuropathology
    89. FERN R; RANSOM BR; WAXMAN SG
      WHITE-MATTER STROKE - AUTO PROTECTIVE MECHANISMS WITH THERAPEUTIC IMPLICATIONS

      Cerebrovascular diseases
    90. WAXMAN SG; RIZZO MA
      THE WHIPLASH (HYPEREXTENSION-FLEXION) SYNDROME - A DISORDER OF DORSAL-ROOT GANGLION NEURONS

      Journal of neurotrauma
    91. ROY ML; SAAL D; PERNEY T; SONTHEIMER H; WAXMAN SG; KACZMAREK LK
      MANIPULATION OF THE DELAYED RECTIFIER KV1.5 POTASSIUM CHANNEL IN GLIAL-CELLS BY ANTISENSE OLIGODEOXYNUCLEOTIDES

      Glia
    92. BLACK JA; WAXMAN SG
      SODIUM-CHANNEL EXPRESSION - A DYNAMIC PROCESS IN NEURONS AND NONNEURONAL CELLS

      Developmental neuroscience
    93. WAXMAN SG; BLACK JA
      EXPRESSION OF MESSENGER-RNA FOR A SODIUM-CHANNEL IN SUBFAMILY-2 IN SPINAL SENSORY NEURONS

      Neurochemical research
    94. SASHIHARA S; GREER CA; OH YS; WAXMAN SG
      CELL-SPECIFIC DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF NA-CHANNEL BETA-1-SUBUNIT MESSENGER-RNA IN THE OLFACTORY SYSTEM DURING POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT AND AFTER DENERVATION()

      The Journal of neuroscience
    95. HONMOU O; FELTS PA; WAXMAN SG; KOCSIS JD
      RESTORATION OF NORMAL CONDUCTION PROPERTIES IN DEMYELINATED SPINAL-CORD AXONS IN THE ADULT-RAT BY TRANSPLANTATION OF EXOGENOUS SCHWANN-CELLS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    96. BLACK JA; DIBHAJJ S; MCNABOLA K; JESTE S; RIZZO MA; KOCSIS JD; WAXMAN SG
      SPINAL SENSORY NEURONS EXPRESS MULTIPLE SODIUM-CHANNEL ALPHA-SUBUNIT MESSENGER-RNAS

      Molecular brain research
    97. SASHIHARA S; FELTS PA; WAXMAN SG; MATSUI T
      ORPHAN NUCLEAR RECEPTOR ROR-ALPHA GENE - ISOFORM-SPECIFIC SPATIOTEMPORAL EXPRESSION DURING POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT OF BRAIN

      Molecular brain research
    98. SONTHEIMER H; BLACK JA; WAXMAN SG
      VOLTAGE-GATED NA- PROPERTIES AND POSSIBLE FUNCTIONS( CHANNELS IN GLIA)

      Trends in neurosciences
    99. DIBHAJJ S; BLACK JA; FELTS P; WAXMAN SG
      DOWN-REGULATION OF TRANSCRIPTS FOR NA CHANNEL ALPHA-SNS IN SPINAL SENSORY NEURONS FOLLOWING AXOTOMY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    100. FERN R; BLACK JA; RANSOM BR; WAXMAN SG
      CD2+-INDUCED INJURY IN CNS WHITE-MATTER

      Journal of neurophysiology


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