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2020

C.W Gantner, I.R de Luzy, J.A Kauhausen, N. Moriarty, J.C Niclis, V. Penna, C.P. Hunt, C.R Bye, C.M Ermine, C.W Pouton, D. Kirik, L.H Thompson, C. L Parish. Viral delivery of GDNF improves the functional integration of human pluripotent stem cell-derived dopamine grafts in rodent models of Parkinson’s disease. Available at BioRxiv https://doi.org/10.1101/870725. Accepted Cell Stem Cell (4 Jan 2020), (IF: 22.0).

2019

I.R de Luzy*, J.C Niclis*, C.W Gantner, J.A Kauhausen, C. Pouton, C. Hunt, L.H Thompson, C.L Parish.  An LMX1a-GFP expressing human pluripotent stem cell line, but not PITX3-GFP, enables isolation and enrichment of dopaminergic progenitors targeted at improved cell replacement therapy for Parkinsonian Disease. The Journal of Neuroscience, (2019) Oct 21. pii: 1160-19. doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.1160-19.2019. (IF: 6.0). 

 

Cembran, A., Bruggeman K, Nisbet, D.R., Parish, C.L. Biomaterials and their utility in modeling the 3-dimensional neural environment. iScience. Accepted (26 Nov 2019). 

  

C.R. Bye*, V. Penna*, I.R. de Luzy, C.W. Gantner, C.P.J. Hunt, L.H. Thompson, C.L. Parish. Transcriptional profiling of xenogeneic transplants: examining human pluripotent stem cell-derived grafts in the rodent brain. Stem Cell Reports  (2019) 2019 Oct 22. pii: S2213-6711(19)30362-5. doi: 10.1016/j.stemcr.2019.10.001, (IF: 7.8). 

 

I. Javed, G. Peng, Y. Xing, T. Yu, M. Zhao, A. Kakinen, C.L. Parish, F. Ding, T.P. Davis, P.C. Ke, S. Lin. Inhibition of Alzheimer’s-like Pathogenesis in Zebrafish with A Chaperone-Gold Nanoparticle Dual Strategy. Nature Communications (2019) Aug 22;10(1):3780. doi: 10.1038/s41467-019-11762-0. (IF: 12.4). 

  

C.R Bye, V. Rytova, W.F Alsanie, C.L Parish*, L.H Thompson*. Modulation of Semaphorin Signalling and Axon Growth by the Cell Adhesion Molecule ALCAM through a Trans-Heterophilic Interaction in Midbrain Dopamine Neurons. The Journal of Neuroscience.  (2019) Aug 21;39(34):6656-6667. doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.0278-19.2019. *equal contribution. (IF: 6.0). 

  

Lee KM, Hawi ZH, Parkington HC, Parish CL, Vijayakumar P, Polo JM, Bellgrove MA, Tong J. The application of pluripotent stem cell-derived neural cell populations to model neurodevelopmental disorders. Molecular Psychiatry (2019) Aug 27. doi: 10.1038/s41380-019-0495-0. (IF: 13.2). 

  

Tonga J, Lee KM, Liu X, Nefzger CM, Vijayakumare P, Hawia Z, Pang KC, Parish CL, Polo JM, Bellgrove MA. Generation of four iPSC lines from peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) of an Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) individual and a healthy sibling in an Australia-Caucasian family. Stem Cell Res. (2019) Jan;34:101353. doi: 10.1016/j.scr.2018.11.014. (IF: 3.9) 

  

Bruggeman KF, Moriarty N, Dowd E, Nisbet DR, Parish CL. Harnessing stem cells and biomaterials to promote neural repair. Br J Pharmacol. (2019) Feb;176(3):355-368. doi: 10.1111/bph.14545. Review. (IF: 6.8). 

  

 Moriarty N, Parish CL, Dowd E. Primary tissue for cellular brain repair in Parkinson's disease: Promise, problems and the potential of biomaterials. Eur J Neurosci. (2019) Feb;49(4):472-486. doi: 10.1111/ejn.14051. (IF: 3.0). 

2018

C.M. Ermine, J.M. Wright, S. Frausin, J.A. Kauhausen, C.L. Parish, D. Stanic, L.H. Thompson. Modelling the dopamine and noradrenergic cell loss that occurs in Parkinson’s disease and the impact on hippocampal neurogenesis. Hippocampus (2018) May;28(5):327-337. (IF: 3.9) 

K. Bruggeman, N. Moriarty, E. Dowd, D.R. Nisbet, C.L Parish. Harnessing stem cells and biomaterials for neural repair. British Journal of Pharmacology Review, (2018), Nov 16, 355-368.

A.L. Rodriguez, K.F. Bruggeman, T.Y. Wang, R.J. Williams, C.L. Parish* and D.R. Nisbet*. Using minimalist self-assembling peptides as hierarchial scaffolds to stabilize growth factors and promote stem cell graft integration in the injured brain. Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (2018) Mar, 12(3), e1571-e1579. *equal contribution

K. Bruggeman, Y. Wang, F. Maclean, C.L Parish, R. Williams, D. Nisbet.  Temporally Controlled Growth Factor Delivery from a Self-Assembling Peptide Hydrogel and Electrospun Nanofibre Composite Scaffold. Nanoscale (2017), Sep 21, 9(36), 13661-13669.

Wright JL, Chu HX, Kagan BJ, Ermine CM, Kauhausen JA, Parish CL, Sobey CG, Thompson LH. Local Injection of Endothelin-1 in the Early Neonatal Rat Brain Models Ischemic Damage Associated with Motor Impairment and Diffuse Loss in Brain Volume. Neuroscience (2018) Nov 21;393:110-122. 

DR Nisbet, TY Wang, K. Bruggemann, F. Somma, JC Niclis, LH Thompson, CL Parish. Shear containment of BDNF within molecular hydrogels promote human stem cell engraftment and post-infarction remodeling in stroke.  Advanced Biosystems (2018), Jul; 2(9): 1-13. DOI: 10.1002/adbi.201800113. 

2017

W.F. Alsanie, V. Penna, M. Schachner, L.H. Thompson, C.L. Parish. Homophilic binding of the neural cell adhesion molecule CHL1 regulates development of ventral midbrain dopaminergic pathways. Scientific Reports (2017), Aug 24;7(1):9368

J.C. Niclis, C.W. Gantner,  J.A. Kauhausen, J. Durnall, C. Hunt, C.W. Pouton, J. Haynes, C.L Parish*, L.H Thompson* A human Pitx3-GFP embryonic stem cell line reveals the extent and pattern of growth for dopamine and non-dopamine neuronal subtypes following intra-striatal transplantation. Stem Cell Reports (2017), Sep 12; 9(3): 868–882 *equal contribution

Somaa, F.A., Wang, T.-Y., Niclis, J.C., Bruggeman, K.F., Kauhausen, J.A., Guo, H., McDougall, S., Williams, R.J., Nisbet, D.R., Thompson, L.H., and Parish, C.L. Peptide-based scaffolds support human pluripotent stem cell-derived neuronal graft integration, neuroprotection and long term functional recovery in a rodent model of stroke. Cell Reports (2017), Aug 22; 20(8), 1964-1977.

Y.M. Ramdzan, M.M. Trubetskov, E.A. Newcombe, A.R. Ormsby, X. Sui, M.Tobin, M. Bongiovanni, S.L. Gras, G. Dewson, J.M.L. Miller, S. Finkbeiner, N. Moily, J.C. Niclis, C.L. Parish, A.W. Purcell, M.J. Baker, J.A. Wilce, S. Waris, D. Stojanowski, T. Böcking, G. Reid, D.M. Hatters. Huntingtin inclusions trigger cellular quiescence, deactivate apoptosis and drive slow progression to necrosis. Cell Reports (2017), May 2;19(5):919-927

J.C. Niclis, C Turner, J.Durnall, S. McDougall, J.A. Kauhausen, B. Leaw, M. Dottori, C.L. Parish, L.H. Thompson. Long-distance axonal growth and protracted functional maturation of neurons derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells after intra-cerebral transplantation. Stem Cells Translational Medicine (2017), Jun 6; (6):1547-1556. 

JC. Niclis, CW. Gantner, WF. Alsanie, SJ. McDougall, CR. Bye, AG. Elefanty, EG. Stanley, JM. Haynes, CW. Pouton, LH. Thompson, CL. Parish. Efficiently Specified Ventral Midbrain Dopamine Neurons from Human Pluripotent Stem Cells Under Xeno‐Free Conditions Restore Motor Deficits in Parkinsonian Rodents. Stem Cells Translational Medicine (2017) Mar 6; (3):937-948.

2016

K.F. Bruggeman, A.L. Rodriguez, C.L. Parish, R.J. Williams, D.R. Nisbet. Temporally controlled release of multiple growth factors from a self-assembling peptide hydrogel. Nanotechnology (2016), Sep 23;27(38):385102.

T. Kao, T. Labonne, J.C. Niclis, R. Chaurasia, Z. Lokmic, E. Qian, F.F. Bruveris, S.E. Howden, A. Motazedian, J.V. Schiesser, M. Costa, K. Sourris, E. Ng, D. Anderson, A. Giudice, P. Farlie, M. Cheung, S.R Lamande, A.J. Penington, C.L. Parish, L.H. Thomson, A. Rafii, D.A Elliott, A.G Elefanty, E.G. Stanley.
GAPTrap: a Simple Expression System for Pluripotent Stem Cells and their Derivatives. Stem Cell Reports (2016), Sep 13;7(3):518-26.

J.M Wright, C.M. Ermine, J.R. Jorgensen, C.L. Parish, L.H. Thompson.
Meteorin drives gliogenesis following striatal injury. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience (2016), Jul 5;10:177

C.M Ermine, J.L Wright, C.L Parish, D. Stanic, L.H Thompson.
Combined immunohistochemical and retrograde tracing reveals little evidence for innervation of the rat dentate gyrus from midbrain dopamine neurons. Frontiers in Biology (Accepted 20.5.16)

E. Hedlund, L. Belnoue, S. Theofilopoulos, C. Salto, C. Bye, C.L. Parish, Qiaolin Deng, Banafsheh Kadkhodaei, Johan Ericson, Ernest Arenas, T, Perlmann, A. Simon.
Dopamine Receptor Antagonists Enhance Proliferation and Neurogenesis of Midbrain Lmx1a-expressing Progenitors. Scientific Reports. (2016) Jun 1;6:26448.

A.L Rodriguez, T.Y. Wang, K.F. Bruggeman, R. Li, R.J. Williams, C.L. Parish, D.R. Nisbet.
Tailoring minimalist self-assembling peptides for localized viral vector gene delivery. NanoResearch (2016) 9: 674.

T.Y. Wang, K.F. Bruggmann, J.A. Kauhausen, A.L. Rodriguez, D.R. Nisbet, C.L. Parish.
Functionalized composite scaffolds improve the integration of dopaminergic progenitors in a mouse model of Parkinson’s Disease. Biomaterials (2016) Jan;74:89-98.

2015

J. Kauhausen, L.H.Thompson, C.L.Parish. Degradation of chondrotin sulphate proteoglycans enhances axonal growth of transplanted dopamine progenitors to reconstruct the nigrostriatal pathway in Parkinsonian mice, (2015) Nov;69:22-9. Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience

K.Chen, J. Hu, D.L. Moore, R. Liu, K. Breslin, S.A. Kessans, I.S. Lucet, A. Keniry, H. San Leong, C.L. Parish, D.J. Hilton, R.J.L.F. Lemmers, S.M. van der Maarel, P.E Czabotar, R.C. Dobson, M.E. Ritchie, G.F. Kay, J.M. Murphy, M.E. Blewitt.
Genome-wide binding and mechanistic analyses of Smchd1 mediated epigenetic regulation. PNAS (2015) Jul 7;112(27):E3535-44.

X. Xu, E.J. Jaehne, Z. Greenberg, P. McCarthy, E. Saleh, C.L Parish, D. Camera, J. Heng, M. Haas, B.T. Baune, U. Ratnayake, M. van den Buuse, A.F. Lopez, H.S. Ramshaw, Q. Schwarz.
BALB/c mice lacking 14-3-3ζ display behavioural and anatomical defects associated with neurodevelopmental disorders. Scientific Reports (2015) Jul 24;5:12434.

F. Somaa, C.R. Bye, L.H. Thompson, C.L.Parish.
Meningeal cells influence midbrain development and the engraftment of dopamine progenitors in Parkinsonian mice. Experimental Neurology (2015) 20;267:30-41

C.R. Bye, M. Jonnsson, A. Bjorklund, C.L. Parish, L.H. Thompson.
Characterization and isolation of transplantable midbrain dopamine progenitors for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease. PNAS (2015) Apr 14;112(15):E1946-55

L. Jiang, C. O’Leary, H.A. Kim, C.L. Parish, J. Massalas, J.L. Waddington, M.E. Ehrlich, G. Schütz, I. Gantois, A.J. Lawrence, J. Drago.
The motor and behavioral phenotype of cortical D1-dopamine receptor expressing cell ablation mutant mice. Neurobiology of Disease. (2015) Feb 12;76:137-158

2014

A.L Rodriguez, T.Y Wang, K.F Bruggeman1, C. Horgan, R. Li, R.J Williams, C.L Parish, D.R Nisbet. In vivo assessment of grafted cortical neural progenitor cells and host response to functionalized self-assembling peptide hydrogels and implications for tissue repair. Journal of Materials Chemistry B.  (2014) 2, 7771-7778.

 

M. Bird, K. Needham, A. Frazier, J. van Rooijen, J. Leung, S. Hough, M. Denham, M.E Thornton, C.L. Parish, M. Pera, D. Thorburn, L.H Thompson, M. Dottori.  Functional characterization of Friedreich Ataxia iPS-derived neuronal progenitors and their integration in the adult brain. PLoS One (2014) Jul 7;9(7):e101718.

 

C.V. Fernando, J. Kele, C.R. Bye, B.D. Blakely, J. Niclis, W. Alsanie, J. Stenman, B.J. Turner, C.L. Parish. Wnt7a regulates ventral midbrain neurogenesis and dopaminergic axon morphogenesis in development and embryonic stem cells. Stem Cells and Dev (2014) Sep 1;23(17):1991-2003.

 

Wang TY, Bruggeman KA, Sheean RK, Turner BJ, Nisbet DR, Parish CL.  Characterisation of the stability and bio-functionality of tethered proteins on bioengineered scaffolds JBC (2014) May 23;289(21):15044-51.

 

C.L. Lau, M. Kovacevic, T. Tingleff, J.S. Forsythe, H.S. Cate, D. Merlo, C. Cederfur, F.L. Maclean, C.L. Parish, M.K. Horne, D.R. Nisbet, P.M. Beart. 3D Electrospun scaffolds promote a cytotrophic phenotype of cultured primary astrocytes J Neurochem. (2014) Jul;130(2):215-26.  

 

H.A. Kim, L. Jiang, H. Madsen, C.L. Parish, J.Massalas, A.Smardencas, C. O’Leary, I.Gantois, C. O’Tuathaigh, J.L. Waddington, M.E. Ehrlich, A.J. Lawrence, J. Drago. Loss of striatal D1 dopamine receptor neurons gives a Huntington disease Westphal variant-like model. Neurobiology of Disease (2014); 62:323-37.

 

A.L Rodriguez, R.J Williams, C.L Parish, D.R Nisbet. Self-assembling peptide hydrogels for support of neural stem cell transplants and implications for tissue repair. Tissue Engineering Part A, (2014) 20, p59-61.

2013

Ramshaw H, Xu X, Jaehne EJ, McCarthy P, Greenberg Z, Saleh E, McClure B, Woodcock J, Kabbara S, Wiszniak S, Wang TY, Parish C, van den Buuse M, Baune BT, Lopez A, Schwarz Q.  Dopamine transporter dysfunction underpins schizophrenia-like behavioural defects in 14-3-3ζ KO mice. Translational Psychiatry (2013) Dec 3;3:e327

 

B.D. Blakely, C.V. Fernando, C.R. Bye, A.A. Prasad, R.J. Pasterkamp, M.L. Macheda, S.A. Stacker, C.L.Parish. Ryk, a receptor regulating Wnt5a-mediated neurogenesis and axon morphogenesis of ventral midbrain dopaminergic neurons. Stem Cells and Dev (2013) Aug 1;22(15):2132-44.  

 

A.L. Rodriguez, C.L. Parish, D.R. Nisbet, R.J. Williams. Peptide self assembly: Tuning amino acid sequences to present biological signals. Soft Matter (2013), 9(15): 3915-3919. (IF: 4.4).

 

M.M.Halford, M.L.Macheda, C.L. Parish, D.Layton, E. Nice, S.A. Stacker. An Inhibitory Human Monoclonal Antibody to the Wnt Receptor RYK. PLoS One (2013) Sep 18;8(9):e75447.

 

J.Kauhausen, L.H.Thompson, C.L.Parish. Cell intrinsic and extrinsic factors contribute to enhance neural circuitry reconstruction following transplantation in Parkinsonian mice. J Physiol. (2013) Jan 1;591(Pt 1):77-91.

2012

T.Y. Wang, J.S. Forsythe, D.R. Nisbet, C.L. Parish. Promoting engraftment of transplanted neural stem cells/progenitors using biofunctionalised electrospun scaffolds. Biomaterials (2012) Dec;33(36):9188-97.  

 

D. Ribeiro, R.L. Goya, G. Ravindran, R. Vuono, C.L. Parish, C. Foldi, T. Piroth, S. Yang, M. Parmar, G. Nikkhah, J. Hjerling-Leffler, O. Lindvall, R.A Barker, E. Arenas. Efficient expansion and dopaminergic differentiation of human fetal ventral midbrain neural stem cells by midbrain morphogens. Neurobiol Dis (2012) Aug 24;49C:118-127.  

 

D.P. Czech, J. Lee, H. Sim, S. Bagheri-Fam, C.L. Parish, E.Vilain, and V.R. Harley. The human testis determining factor SRY regulates dopamine synthesis. J Neurochem (2012) May 8. doi: 10.1111/j.1471-4159.2012.07782.

 

C.R. Bye, L.H. Thompson, C.L. Parish. Birth dating of midbrain dopamine neurons identifies A9 enriched tissue for transplantation into Parkinsonian mice. Exp Neurol (2012) Jul;236(1):58-68. doi: 10.1016/j.expneurol.2012.04.002.

 

M. Denham, C.L. Parish, B. Leaw, J. Wright, C.A. Reid, S. Petrou, M. Dottori, L.H. Thompson. Neurons derived from human embryonic stem cells extend long–distance axonal projections through growth along host white matter tracts after intra-cerebral transplantation. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience (2012) 6:11. doi:  10.3389/fncel.2012.00011.

 

J.Kele. E.R. Andersson, , J. C. Villaescusa, L. Cajanek, C.L. Parish, S. Bonilla, V. Bryja, J.S. Rubin, A.Shimono, E. Arenas. SFRP1 and 2 dose-dependently regulate midbrain dopamine neuron development in vivo and in embryonic stem cells. Stem Cells (2012) May; 30(5):865-75.

2011

B.D. Blakely, C.R. Bye, C.V. Fernando, M.K. Horne, M. Macheda, S.A. Stacker, E. Arenas, C.L. Parish. Wnt5a regulates midbrain dopaminergic axonal morphogenesis PLoS One (2011) Mar 31;6(3):e18373.

 

Tønnesen J, Parish CL, Sørensen AT, Andersson A, Arenas E, Lundberg C, Deisseroth K, Lindvall O, Kokaia M. Functional integration of grafted stem cell-derived dopaminergic neurons monitored by optogenetics in an in vitro Parkinson model. PLoS One (2011) Mar 4;6(3):e17560.

 

C. Schieber, J. Howitt, U. Putz, J. White, C.L. Parish, P.S. Donnelly, S.S. Tan, The use of cobalt(III) complexes to deliver low levels of cobalt(II) for Ndfip1 upregulation. J Biol Chem. (2011) Mar 11;286(10):8555-64.  

 

S. Majd, A. Smardencas, C.L. Parish, J. Drago. Development of an in vitro model to evaluate the regenerative capacity of adult brain-derived tyrosine hydroxylase-expressing dopaminergic neurons. Neurochemical Research (2011) Jun;36(6):967-77. (IF: 2.2).

 

J-Y Lee, C.L. Parish, D. Tomas, M.K. Horne. Chronic cocaine administration reduces nigrostriatal dopamine terminal density and striatal dopamine release which leads to drug-seeking behaviour. Neuroscience (2011) 3;174:143-50.  

 

T.D. Aumann, K. Egan, J. Lim, W.C. Boon, C.R, Bye, H.K. Chua, N. Baban, C.L. Parish, L. Bobrovskaya, P. Dickson, M.K. Horne. Neuronal activity regulates expression of tyrosine hydroxylase in adult mouse substantia nigra pars compacta neurons. The Journal of Neurochemistry  (2011) Feb;116(4):646-58.

2010

M.K. Horne, D.R. Nisbet, J.S. Forsythe, C.L. Parish. Three dimensional nanofibrous scaffolds incorporating immobilized BDNF promote proliferation and differentiation of cortical neural stem cells. Stem Cells & Development.  (2010) 19(6):843-52, (2010).

 

C.L. Parish, E. Lonardo, S. Ponticelli, D. Marasco, D. Ribeiro, M. Ruvo, S. De Falco, E. Arenas, G. Minchiotti. A synthetic cripto blocking peptide improves embryonic stem cell replacement therapy in Parkinsonian rats. Stem Cells (2010) 28(8):1326-37.

 

C.V Fernando,  D. Moses., C.L. Parish, D. Tomas, J. Drago,  M.K. Horne. Creating a ventral midbrain stem cell niche in the Parkinsonian brain. Stem Cells and Development (2010) 19(12):1995-2007.

2009

L. Čajánek, D. Ribeiro, I. Liste, C.L. Parish, V. Bryja, E. Arenas. Wnt/β-catenin signaling blockade promotes neuronal induction and dopaminergic differentiation in embryonic stem cells. Stem Cells (2009) 27(12):2917-27.

 

P. Sacchetti, K.M. Sousa, A.C. Hall, I. Liste, K.R. Steffensen, S. Theofilopoulos, C.L. Parish, C. Hazenberg, L. Ährlund Richter, O. Hovatta, J. Gustafsson, and E. Arenas. Liver X Receptors and oxysterols promote ventral midbrain neurogenesis in vivo and in human embryonic stem cells. Cell Stem Cell  (2009) 5(4):409-19.

 

R. B. Tinsley, C. Bye, C.L. Parish, A. Tziotis-Vais, S. George, J.G. Culvenor, Q. Li, C.L. Masters, , D.I. Finkelstein, M. K. Horne.  Dopamine D2 receptor knockout mice develop nigral synucleinopathy. Annals of Neurology. (2009) 66(4):472-84.

2008

C.L. Parish, G. Castelo-Branco, N. Rawal, J. Tonnesen, A. Toft Sorensen, C. Salto, M. Kokaia, O. Lindvall and E. Arenas. Wnt5a-treated midbrain neural stem cells improved dopamine cell replacement therapy in Parkinsonian mice. The Journal of Clinical Investigation, (2008) 118, 149.

2007

C.L. Parish, A. Beljajeva, E. Arenas, A. Simon. Neurogenesis and functional recovery in a novel model of Parkinson’s disease. Development, (2007) 34(15):2881-7.

 

N. Rawal, C. Parish, G. Castelo-Branco, E. Arenas. Inhibition of JNK increases survival of transplanted dopamine neurons in Parkinsonian rats Cell Death and Differentiation (2007) Feb;14(2):381-3.

2006

V. Bryja, S. Bonilla, L. Čajánek, C.L. Parish, C. M. Schwartz, Y. Luo, M.S. Rao & Ernest Arenas. Efficient derivation of mouse embryonic stem cells using serum free media. Stem Cells (2006) 24(4):844-9.

2005

C.L. Parish, S. Parisi, M.G. Persico, E. Arenas and G. Minchiotti. Cripto as a target for improving embryonic stem cell-based therapy in Parkinson’s disease. Stem Cells (2005) 23(4): 471-476.

 

Parish CL, Nunan J, Finkelstein DI, McNamara FN, Wong JY, Waddington JL, Brown RM, Lawrence AJ, Horne MK, Drago J. Mice lacking the alpha4 nicotinic receptor subunit fail to modulate dopaminergic neuronal arbors and possess impaired dopamine transporter function. Molecular Pharmacology (2005) 68(5):1376-86.

 

C.L. Parish, J. Drago, D. Stanic, E. Borrelli, D.I. Finkelstein and M.K. Horne. Haloperidol treatment reverses the anatomical and behavioural changes in cocaine dependent mice. Neurobiology of disease, (2005) 19: 301-311.

 

A.J. Lawrence, C.L. Parish, F. Chen, D. J. Lodge, E.V. Krstew, K. Card, D.I. Finkelstein, M.K. Horne. Chronic corticotropin releasing factor type 1 receptor antagonism with antalarmin regulates the dopaminergic system of Fawn-Hooded rats. The Journal of Neurochemistry, (2005) 94(6):1523-34.

2004

Gertow K, Wolbank S, Rozell B, Sugars R, Andang M, Parish CL, Imreh MP, Wendel M, Ahrlund-Richter L. Organized development from human embryonic stem cells after injection into immunodeficient mice. Stem Cells & Development (2004) 13(4):421-35.

2003

D. Stanic, C.L. Parish, W.M. Zhu, E.V. Krstew, A.J. Lawrence, J. Drago, D.I. Finkelstein, M.K. Horne. Changes in function and ultrastructure of striatal dopaminergic terminals that regenerate following partial lesions of the SNpc. The Journal of Neurochemistry, (2003) 86, p329-343.

2002

C.L. Parish, D.I. Finkelstein, W. Tripanichkul, J. Drago and M.K. Horne. The role of cytokines IL-1, IL-6 and glia in regulating terminal arbour size in mice. The Journal of Neuroscience, (2002) 22 (18), p 8034-8041.

 

C.L. Parish, D. Stanic, D.I. Finkelstein , J. Drago, E. Borrelli and M.K. Horne. Effects of long-term treatment with dopamine receptor agonists and antagonists on terminal arbour size. European Journal of Neuroscience, (2002) 16 (5), p787-94,

 

Batchelor PE, Porritt MJ, Martinello P, Parish CL, Liberatore GT, Donnan GA, Howells DW. Macrophages and microglia produce local trophic gradients that stimulate axonal sprouting toward but not beyond the wound edge. Molecular Cellular Neurobiology, (2002) 21(3), p 436-53, (IF: 3.6).

2001

C.L. Parish, D.I. Finkelstein, J. Drago, E. Borrelli and M.K. Horne. The role of dopamine receptors in regulating the size of axonal arbors. The Journal of Neuroscience, (2001) 21(14), p5147-5157.

2000

D. I. Finkelstein, D. Stanic, C.L. Parish, D. Tomas, K. Dickson and M.K. Horne. Axonal sprouting following lesions of the rat substantia nigra. Neuroscience, (2000) 97 (1), p99-112.

 
Review Articles
 

F. McClean, A.L. Rodriguez, C.L. Parish, RJ Williams, D.R. Nisbet. Integrating Biomaterials and Stem Cells for Neural Regeneration. Stem Cells & Development (2016) Feb 1;25(3):214-26.

 

C.L. Parish, L.H. Thompson. Modulating Wnt signaling to improve cell replacement therapy for Parkinson’s disease. J Mol Cell Biol. (2014) Feb;6(1):54-63

 

C.L. Parish, L.H. Thompson. Developing stem cell based therapies for neural repair. Frontiers in Cellualr Neuroscience (2013). 2013 Nov 5;7:198. doi: 10.3389/fncel.2013.00198. Editorial

 

T.Y. Wang, C.L. Parish, J.S. Forsythe, D.R. Nisbet. Biofunctionalisation of polymeric scaffolds for neural tissue engineering. Journal of Biomaterials Application (2012).

 

J.T.S. Pettikiriarachchi, C.L. Parish, M.S. Shoichet, J.S. Forsythe,  D.R. Nisbet. Biomaterials for brain tissue engineering. Australian Journal of Chemistry, 63 (8), 1143-1154 (2010).

 

Parish C.L, Arenas E. Stem-cell-based strategies for the treatment of Parkinson's disease. Review article. Neurodegenerative Diseases 4(4):339-47, (2007).

Book Chapters
 

Thompson LH, Parish CL. Transplantation of fetal midbrain dopamine progenitors into a rodent model of Parkinson's disease. Methods Mol Biol. 2013;1059:169-80.

 

A.L. Rodrieguiz, D.R. Nisbet, C.L. Parish. “Stem cells and biomaterials for repair of the damaged central nervous system”. Stem cells and Cancer Stem Cells: Therapeutic Applications in Disease and Injury. Edited by: M. A. Hayat. Springer Company, p97-111 (2012).

 

J.T.S. Pettikiriarachchi, C.L. Parish, D.R. Nisbet and J.S. Forsythe Architectural and Surface Modification of Nanofibrous Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering. Nanomaterials for the Life Sciences Vol.10: Polymeric Nanomaterials. Edited by Challa S. S. R. Kumar, (2011).

 

J. Nunan, A. Tsiotis-Vais, S. George, C.L. Parish, D.K. Grandy, D.I. Finkelstein, J. Drago, M.K. Horne. Spontaneous formation of lewy bodies in rodents. In The Basal Ganglia VIII (Advances in Behavioral Biology), p321-329 (2005).

 

D.I. Finkelstein, C. L. Parish, D. Stanic, J. Drago and M.K. Horne. Stereological procedures for determination of neuronal arbour size. In Current Protocols in Neuroscience (eds. Gerfen, C. & Wray, S.). Wiley Press, New York, (2004).

 

D.I. Finkelstein, C. L. Parish, D. Stanic, E. Borrelli, J. Drago and M.K. Horne. IBAGS VII, Chapter title: The role of dopamine receptors in regulating the size of terminal arbours. Editor: L. F. B. Nicholson. Plenum Press, New York. (2002).

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