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    Neuroscience Letters 597:iii (2015)

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    Neuroscience Letters 597:OBC (2015)

  3. Erratum to “Chronic P7C3 treatment restores hippocampal neurogenesis in the Ts65Dn mouse model of Down syndrome” [Neurosci. Lett. 591 (2015) 86–92]

    Neuroscience Letters 597 (2015)

  4. Relation between symptoms and pathophysiology in inflammatory neuropathies: Controversies and hypotheses

    Neuroscience Letters 596:84 (2015) PMID 25483620

    This review attempts to explain the symptoms experienced by patients with inflammatory neuropathies by pathophysiological events. The emphasis is not on the primary events that may cause a particular illness but on downstream events taking place in peripheral nerves or muscles. Symptom...
  5. Corrigendum to “Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy: What do we know about mechanisms?” [Neuroscience Letters 596 (2015) 90–107]

    Neuroscience Letters 596:108 (2015)

  6. Diabetes and the plasticity of sensory neurons

    Neuroscience Letters 596:60 (2015) PMID 25445357

    Diabetes mellitus targets sensory neurons during the development of peripheral neuropathy. While polyneuropathy is often routinely considered as another ‘microvascular’ complication of diabetes mellitus, this concept may no longer address the complexities and unique qualities of direct...
  7. Painful peripheral neuropathy and sodium channel mutations

    Neuroscience Letters 596:51 (2015) PMID 25556685

    • Mutations in voltage-gated sodium channels are associated with several pain syndromes. • NaV1.7–NaV1.9 mutations can underlie painful peripheral neuropathy. ...
  8. Demyelinating CMT–what’s known, what’s new and what’s in store?

    Neuroscience Letters 596:14 (2015) PMID 25625223

    • Charcot–Marie–Tooth disease is common affecting 1 in 2500 people. • Demyelination is observed in two major groups – CMT1 and CMT4. ...
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    Neuroscience Letters 596:OBC (2015)

  10. Mechanisms of distal axonal degeneration in peripheral neuropathies

    Neuroscience Letters 596:33 (2015) PMID 25617478 PMCID PMC4428955

    Peripheral neuropathy is a common complication of a variety of diseases and treatments, including diabetes, cancer chemotherapy, and infectious causes (HIV, hepatitis C, and Campylobacter jejuni). Despite the fundamental difference between these insults, peripheral neuropathy develops ...