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- Inhibition of Notch signaling alters the phenotype of orthotopic tumors formed from glioblastoma multiforme neurosphere cells but does not hamper intracranial tumor growth regardless of endogene Notch pathway signature. Cancer Biol Ther. 15, 862-77. (2014 Jul 01).
- Assessment of nogo-66 receptor 1 function in vivo after spinal cord injury. Neurosurgery. 75, 51-60. (2014 Jul 01).