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Transcriptomic regulations in oligodendroglial and microglial cells related to brain damage following fetal growth restriction Rideau Batista Novais, Aline; Pham, Hoa; Van De Looij, Yohan; Bernal, Miguel; ... Baud, Olivier 2016
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Systemic inflammation disrupts the developmental program of white matter Favrais, Géraldine; Van De Looij, Yohan; Fleiss, Bobbi; Ramanantsoa, Nelina; ... Gressens, Pierre 2011
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Oxytocin receptor agonist reduces perinatal brain damage by targeting microglia Mairesse, Jérôme; Zinni, Manuela; Pansiot, Julien; Hassan-Abdi, Rahma; ... Baud, Olivier 2019
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Nitric Oxide Pathway and Proliferation of Neural Progenitors in the Neonatal Rat Phan Duy, An; Pham, Hoa; Pansiot, Julien; Gressens, Pierre; ... Baud, Olivier 2015
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Melatonin Levels in Preterm and Term Infants and Their Mothers Biran, Valérie; Decobert, Fabrice; Bednarek, Nathalie; Boizeau, Priscilla; ... Baud, Olivier 2019
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Knowledge Gaps and Emerging Research Areas in Intrauterine Growth Restriction-Associated Brain Injury Fleiss, Bobbi; Wong, Flora; Brownfoot, Fiona; Shearer, Isabelle K; ... Tolcos, Mary 2019
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Growth factors and plasticity Sizonenko, Stéphane; Bednarek, Nathalie; Gressens, Pierre 2007
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Glial response to 17β-estradiol in neonatal rats with excitotoxic brain injury Pansiot, Julien; Pham, Hoa; Dalous, Jeremie; Chevenne, Didier; ... Baud, Olivier 2016
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Decreased microglial Wnt/β-catenin signalling drives microglial pro-inflammatory activation in the developing brain Van Steenwinckel, Juliette; Schang, Anne-Laure; Krishnan, Michelle L; Degos, Vincent; ... Gressens, Pierre 2019
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Are prenatal ultrasounds safe for the developing brain? Gressens, Pierre; Hüppi, Petra Susan 2007
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Abnormal spindle-like microcephaly-associated (ASPM) mutations strongly disrupt neocortical structure but spare the hippocampus and long-term memory Passemard, Sandrine; Verloes, Alain; Billette de Villemeur, Thierry; Boespflug-Tanguy, Odile; ... Schaer, Marie 2016